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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897110901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVI. CRAB ORCHARD, Tho tlmo (or pnijer meeting lms boon chunked (rom Wudnusdiiy to Tliuixliiy n!j,'ht. Levi Killer, being o tho sick list, lil phico In bo n it Hllcd ua olork at W. K. 1'orkliiH' htoro by Geo. H. Hnrrls. News eotnus (rom Louisville tlmt Mrs. Campbell, formerly Miss Maud Pottus, of thin place, has a llttlo Btrutijrur jjlrl at hor home. The jouiij; ladles of tho Christian church are making preparations for an cntertalnmoiit to be given on Thankh-givin- g night. Save up your quarters all who expect to attend and help I Y POLITICS Thomas C. King was appointed at Carrol lton. V. J. Bryan says the election returns vindicate the Chicago platform. The republican party o( North Caro lina consists of l.'tO.OOO Negroea and ."I0,- 000 whltos. Lllburu Phelps, formerly editor of the Liberty Tribune, was elected county attorney of Bussoll. Mercer did It to the constitutional amendment, a plenty. There were against and only 110 for it. Tho National Democrats elected a police judgo of Jackson. Who said they didn't get a thing? Lexington Leader. It is estimated that f)f,000 people will draw pay directly or Indirectly under Vun Wyck ns mayor of greater New York. For tho first time in years, every olllcor in the county, except possibly one lone constable, Is n democrat. Glasgow News. In 1MM) William J. Bryan carried his State of Nebraska by 11,000 majority. This year it goes for Bryan, substantially by '20,000. A Missouri paper says there are now 2.1 candidates for governor of that State In the Held, and all counties have not yet been hoard from. Tho olllclal count elects John M. dem., to the Legislature in Louisville, when it was thought that his republican opiKMient had won. poat-mast- or Let-totie, INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD. KY., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9. 1897. E. v NO. 72 them. Tho drummers have been boiling our merchants lots of goods lately and our hustling ones on Main Street are anxious to have the good (urmers comu In and buy. Our nowly elected and worthy citizen, Mr. J. F. Holdam, us circuit clerk, and bis popular wife have rented their homo hero to Alex Heazloy for tho new year. Will K. nuclinnuii has rented Mrs. Martha Fish's (arm near town (or next year and bIic will move to town. Curtis Cover and little son, Wallace, went to Lebanon Junction Saturday. Mrs. Martha Arnold Is visiting Mrs. Jossle Stngg, near Stanford. Miss Mary Abrams accompanied her. Miss Myrtlo Hughes, who Is teaching tchool at tho Springs Hotel, spent Sunday with hor mother In Stanford. Pretty MUs Annie Urouaugh, who Is attending tho Stanford Femalu College, Sunday with her relatives here. Miss Kebecca Stuart, who has been a good and faithful clerk for Mr. Uastln (or (our or five years, has quit ihestore to housekeep for her futlic. en-Joy- RELIGIOUS. Uovs. Andrew Johnson and Matthews are conducting a mauling at Logan's Creek. Ther will be slmrlng at tho Haptlst church each night this wuok. Hov. J. H. Crouch will preach oach night next week and Hov. Dew will arrive Saturday, 'JOtli, to assist In a protracted meeting. Tho IlaptNt Argus hah made lw and Is so far as wo can judge a most uxcollonl paper. Hov. J. N. Pruslrldge, lalo of Wllllamsburir, Is Subscripeditor M. P. Hunt 32 a year, Si to ministers. tion Mrs. Dr. T. M. Lewis, who was visiting her sister, Mrs. W. 11. HIgglns, says that a Thanksgiving box is being gotten up by Mrs. Goodloo, of Danville, to gladden the hearts of tho young men who are preparing themselves for ce aclato. Tonn., and that the Stanford people who want to help in a good cause tire requested to do likewise. Mr. G. L. Carpenter, o( tho Turners- vllle Christian Kndeavor Society, has been corresponding with Kov. Sam Jones ils to when he can, under tho auspices of tho different Christian hold a meeting either at Hus-tonvlll- e, the ministry at Klmberlln Heights, Junction City or Stanford some tlmo in January and something detlnlto will be stated In this column a llttlo later, Mr. Carpenter says. O. B. ENTERTAIN'MKNT. Tho Turnersvllle Christian church, with a touting rapacity of .'tfO or 100, was crowded Sunday night with people from Hustunvllle, Stanford, McKlnney nnd other places, at the union Chris-tlo- n Kndeavor meeting, of which the following was tho program, with Mr. G. C. Johnston as chairman: Singing by congregation; prayer. Address o( welcome, Mr. Arthur Carter; rcsMnso by Mr. Jack Deazley; Scripture leading, Mr. G. C. Johnston; talk on lesson Mr. Barnes Wearou; vocal solo, Miss Clara Mcrshon; oration, "Don't Speak of Others' Faults until You huvo None of Your Own," Master Kobcrt Harding Waters; miscellaneous talk, Mr. Dexter Hallou; talk by Mr. G. L. Carpenter; song by congregation; declamation Master Bryan Brndshaw; solo, "Tho Handwriting on tho Wall," Mr. Joe F. Waters; talk, Prof. V.. L. Grubbs; select reading, Miss Lona Bruce: sentence prayer by congregation; talk on lesson topic, "Influence," Mr. John S. Hughes; vocal quartette, Mrs. J. W. Haydon, Miss Clara Mcrshon, Messrs. Joe F. Waters and J. L.Bay, with Miss Myrtlo Hughes as organist; address Elder W. T. Brooks; song, "God bo With You till Wo Meet Again," by tho congregation. Benediction. Eld. Brooks urged that thoso union meetings be held oftenor and said that the great good they aro accomplishing in getting the young people interested in religious mattors is Incalculable. J. F. W. removed to town Now Orango, N. J., and will the become tho largest educational Institution In tho world controlled by tho Up&ala College will bo Lu-thera- In u shooting sciapoon Mace's Creel: In Perry county, Ben Ingle killed Jus. Singleton. Mario lugle, who rushed y between tho men, was shot and aerioue-lwouuded. W. P. Keeney is still in a critical condition. Mrs, Grofn is recovering A 'vlj.' slowly. Democrats should withdraw their (rom tho Liberty Tribune now since It has hoisted the republican Hag. Friend Wall's house near Grove, with all Its contents, was burned. He is a very poor man and his j is very heavy. It was reported hero Thursday that B. B. King had taken his bod over his Ue(eat. Beckon it was somewhat surprising to the Hon. Bonnie B. Lillian, the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Delk, (ell out o( bed one day last week and broke one o( her Ul.OKUP. T. KWtltIP, which has caused her much Above Is a uool iiictui'i of the irid libs, since. ium demon ut who will oi'eupi tin seat The republicans thought they would In the Slate .Senate this winter, and for four years to come, which Fncle strengthen their ticket and captuie Ben King thought he hud nailed down the olllce of magistrate in this precinct by putting up their best man, E. E. Ho is a man of decided utiility and will Kelsey, but Mr. K. was neatly burled make his mark in the body that has under the log cabin by J. A. Wall. ( had many distinguished men In it from this district. His ninlorUi i 21) in the You can't beat your Uncle Jake. A few democrats here about are four oouiitiosof Boxle. Casey, Garrard Lincoln, but that is more than suf- somewhat grieved because we did not and ficient to make him read his title clear elect at least part of the county ticket: without fear of content or other dis but we think they have much to be proud of. The big majority of which turbance. the republicans boasted so much and which FRRM AND TRADE. crease, they confidently expected to in- s was cut down about and the lives o( the candidates J. M. Hill sold to C. M. Jones two and their (riends were scared out o( Tho result of the election In Ken- mule colts at $17.50. W. II. Murphy sold to Cart mill 11 them, while their pockets are void o( tucky blasts the hopes of two Senatoo( every spare nicklo and they rial aspirants, Dr. Hunter and Senator I.O.m x)und cattle at 4c. Isaac Hublmid sold to Lyon Jt Allen are in only by the skin o( tho teeth, Lindsay. Louisville Dispatch. t. 10. comparatively speaking. Not a single Tho Kentucky legislature which has eight ihXVpound cattle at J. B. Gentry bought of A. M. Pence oneofthe democratic ticket thought jiiol been elected will consist of about :i0 about 1,1 o( winning and was only surprised at miu ml cattle at lie. fcO democrats and '10 republicans, and good trotter. Senator L., chang- coming so ucar doing so. So there Is The 'Jd democrats in the Senate to 12 repubed hands for .2.,0il at Portland, I ml. much reason (or rejoicing over the relican. At Marshall, Mo.. J. K. King sold sult in Catey. Senator J. C. Lay, whom wo used to The lopublicans were the bluest set sang digger," was 10 Berkshire at an uvutigo of 122. IX call the William Simpson bought in tiie West hero on tho night o( tho election that elected school superintendent in Casey ovur Miss Fogle by 112. Ho seems to End a bunch of butcher stuff at 2 to wo huvo seen for many a day. When the returns came in (rom three prebo getting some of the hayseed out of 21e. Thirty-onsteers, yearling to cincts, Liberty, Big South and Dunn-villhis hair of late. for u!o. Apply to J. C. Hajs showing decreased majorities, Thank God Sautley, la elected, and Crab Orchard. they would collect in dark corners and Jim Evans has beat Uoduey Hnggard Charley Dawes told to J. E.Lynn talk in whispers, and even after Dr. in Clark county. The idea of Haggard, home heifers at 2c and a small bunch Lowder brought in the report from with whom he used to tight to win demsteers Jenkins, which is solidly republican, ocratic victories, gotting his name uu of Mis-- t ut Ue. Stella B. Stephenson sold her one rail was hoard to say: "I'll be d -- d cabin that of ItsoK was more dor the 2tlj acres near Maywood to Dr. If it is comfortable yet." Finally Cathan enough to defeat him. Somerset farm of J.T. Morris for ST.0. sey's Creek was reported, which was Hoportor. Twenty cars of cattle, .'110 head, were slightly favorable to them, and they Evans points with Commissioner shlped from Martlnsburg, Mo., to Chi- went home rejoicing that they had pride to tho (act that Til, 101 new pen5.10. pulled through at all. We are llrmly sioners wore added and :i,l71 namus re- cago that sold ut He to Geti. W. II. Jackson hub bought of tho opinion that hal any part of the rolls during the fiscal stored to the in Belle democratic ticket been elected that year ending June .'10, 1&U7. It likewise Blchard Croker's interest Meade stock (arm (or 100,000. somo of the rails would have gone Into anpears that tho total number of penFou Sali:. ,'M) mule colts and 25 hysterics and bechme raving maniacs. sioners on tho rolls, on that day, was yearlings, mostly mares and all good Possibly it is better as it Is. 1)70.01 and the total amount disbursed ones. C. T. Bohon, llustoiivllle. was i:U),9lO,717. To the IMiturot lliu Intkkiok Joi'it.vw.. Holman & Fox bought In I'ocastle a Following aro tho majorities in In regard to tho unfortunate tragedy car load ol butcher stuff at 2 to 4c and Wayne: McConnaghy, county judge, shipped them to Cincinnati Saturday. which occurred at Junction City on the 2.V1; Walker, circuit clerk, 2.S; Preston, 2:111, holds tho record for 2d Inst., between Joseph S. Wright county clerk, 227; Cress, county geldings. The record and Jason Blackcrty, it is the desire to attorney, 2G0; Henningher, sheriff, 201; was formerly held by Fred S. Moody, give tho true facts which led up to the Lair, jailer, 203: Shearer, county supt. 2:11. unfortunate killing o( the two men. schools, 2.'10: Denncy, assessor, 248; The wool clip Is said to be fully Several years ago Wright was sumShearer, surveyor, 2 Kl; Detrain, reprepound? short in Australia, moned by the marshal o( Junction,City sentative, 211. which will make the price here go to assist him to arrest Blackcrty, who J. S. Chiisman has forwarded to Maj. away up. resisted, and was shot and wounded by P. P.Johnson his resignation as chairJ. E. Carson sold to G. W. Sisson Jr. tho marshal. From that time Blackman o( tho Boyle County Democratic o( Poltsdam, N. Y., Ocows and tl calves, crty had sworn vengeance ngainst Committee. Mr. Chiisman, especially t.vo yearling helfors and ouo bull calf Wright and when he would get drunk o( Tuesday, (or 1,000. when judged by the results y would at once 6eok to bring on a has made a most capable chairman, Cartmell.ofWaynesvlllc, 111., bought with Wright, who tried to avoid and his resignation will be heard of of Goorgo Woods 07 yeartrouble und would leave the street and with regret by the party in Boyle. lings at :i.(15 and of James B. Gentry 211 go home and frequently would leave Advocate. cattle at We. town for several days at a time. W. M. Catron's majority (or county Ventura county, Cul., is to have a On the day of tho election Wright judge in Pulaski is KOI, G. W. Shadoau mammoth r factory. It will was perfectly sober and so far as we for county attorney, 021, A. M. Monce, handle 1,000 tons of beets per day and can learn, had not taken a single drink for assessor, "07, and A. M. Freeman, employ over 2.000 people. that day, while Blaekeity was drinkfor representative, 1,1111. All aro reD. N. Prewitt bought 25 sheep from ing qnlto freely all day and was seekpublicans, tho other candidates had no William Porter at :U; 50 from John ing a dlilieulty with Wright, who opposition. In Somerset, Dr. J. W. F. Baughman at 2e, and 27 (rom Sidney avoided him as much as possible, with Barker was elected mayor by 10, John Dunbar at 2Jc Ad vocate. out leaving tho street entirely. BlackII. Waddle, dem , police judge by Ilj, Monlio Fox shipped from hero yes- crty, however, watched his opportuniII. O. Hughes, dem., over Jim Wicker-sha- terday eight cars of export cattle ty and when ho thought Wright was chief of police, by 14. bnoght (rom J. S. Owsley, Sr., A. E. off his guard and while talking to some Hundley, the Logans and others. Negroes near tho East side of Tuttlo's HUbble, F. P. Bishop bought In the West store house, Blackcrty emerged from a 1 small house or shed close by und with Dr. Herring presented Frank Todd End a ear load of butcher cattle at .'Jo aud 120 to :!c; a car load of hogs at girl a (ew days ago. some remark about tho election, fired with a fc tho llrot shot at Wright at close range, Dr. O'Neal reports T. C. Rankin's owes o( Coulter Spears at 62.85. saddlp stallion, Rex Den- which missed his victim and lodged in Tho noted llttlo daughter very HI o( scrodilous mark SI0, sire of Bex McDonald, 833, tho side of tho house. Wright, altho' throat trouble. somewhat surprised by tho suddon atTho recent rains has caused lots was recently sold ut public sale at Mo., to Kobcrt Biggs, for $1,3S0. tack (his back being in tho direction more ground to bo broko for wheat, ne is 13 years old. from which Blackcrty came) drew his even though it is late. At a sale of Shorthorn cattle at Chi- pistol and shot Blackcrty, who fell, Elder Goorgo Goweu's meeting at Kellogg while Wright advanced upon him and tho Christian church hore Is drawing cago, by John Clay, Jr., and Farm Co,, 43 animals averaged 801. received his death wound from Blaek-ertj'- s largo crowds and will continue through The highest price was $200 paid for the pistol, after ho had falleu or was this week and perhaps next. in the act of falling. No braver man delivering tho foot pow- bull, Scotty, 120403. Mr. Kemp is Lyon &. Allen bought of A. W. Car- ever lived than Joo Wright, who was u er churns he told here some mouths yearlings at 3Jc kind aud indulgent ausbuud and fathpenter 55 buck. It is estimuled that ut least $o00 and of Isaac Hubbard 21 of eauio at er aud a gentleman under any and all will go out of this commuuity for churns, and it, will icquito u great deal 3,00." They bought in Adair u car load clicuinstauces and miidttioiis. of butcher stuff at 2 to 2c; of Emmett A FltlKXD. of butter to rcplaco tho money. George Wood bought some shouts at McCormack 50 stock ewes ut?l and of of yearIlrSTONNiLix. Miss Dollio Doni-va2Io. Tllford Alexander sold soma tim- Jerry Briscoe a small bunch a very handsome blonde of Humothy hay to G. A. Swinebroad (or f0c. lings tit 3c. ( ouitr Day. There wero about 125 boldt, Tenn., Is visiting tho Misses CaEubauks Bros. sold some cattle to a of ble. Owen Logo Williams has gone to party from Illinois (or U.00. G. A. cattle nu the market yesterday, most changing hands. Tho best price Cincinnati to complete his dental edu Swlnobroad sold somo cattle weighing them rou li7ed was for a bunch of cation. about 1,000 to John Embry at ,'Jie. old steers which J. E. Lynn paid 3.05 A reliable man to sell our Tiger A series of (utalitics accompanied a for. Butcher stuff sold at U to 2e. o( oxen went at 3.15. E BrnndH LnbV Oils and Greases, belt A(ter killing a yowl yoke "Cotton Belt" train. man who ln asleep on tho truck, It T. tVi.oo sold to Bird Matheny 12 oil and roofing paint. Liberal terms run over and killed three children. e oh at 312 and Isaac nubbard bought and commission. Heforences required. nnd lnrernlonc on the road a nassoncer ' n . ( G. W. Jones at $1 1. Plug hors- Address, Tho Howard Oil & Greiiso Co., Cleveland, O. es aud mules wero dull at any price. committed suicide. 'Sri.'' .llrarJM , MiddlebUrg, Casey Co. .& ' i. cni.'ut",. fvLW.M-"'iy,rfi- j-i v. r it's All " .1 Over Now That we have the Finest OF- - Line 1o--- Men's, Boys & dren's Clothing At Lower Prices than ever known Better goods and lower prices we give you and save your toll to Danville. su(-forl- TZEHIIEJ : THE JJKLiailTS OF TENNIS. OKTLOIQIE.. J. L. Fkohman & Co., Danville. SHOT DOWN! In McKinney Wns tho price of First-Clns- s CLOTHING by three-fourth- Jacob Hornmelstein. Genuine Scotch Plaid Suits going like free drinks at 14.25 daily, selected by CSTNew goods arriving 2 Experienced Buyers, In Cincinnati and Louisville, who are my special agents for this work. Infants Cloaks at 65c and Ladies' Capes at 11.75 to2.25. See my 1100-- 1 "rod-heade- d JACOB irc'Kinncy, Jvy. HUMMELSTEIN, e foui-yeur-ol- us e, ! UUAL. COAL! Falls Branch, Birds-Eye- 1 CJi , Cannel, Nut and Lump Coals. pj; JI rhi ijjj iK We have enlarred our Coal Yards and will now carry in stock 50 cars of Coal of fill descriptions and kinds. All the miners are mining and we will be able to sell you anv- thing you want at any time. Buy from us and save money. 1 m Ha Elk J. H. BAUGHMAN , CO, Fair-chil- d, three-year-o- ld FLOORING METAL ROOFING. ( A. CSIKK, CEILING, ( wk VT.V SJ NgsTsfrSX STANFORD, -1 7- ? SIDING, KY: FINISH. difli-cult- Farm and Yard Fence. iK "S3 700-pou- 1,000-poun- d Iw beet-suga- WINDOW GLASS. 1 1 li', Our stock now complete K m IkV at Lowest Cash Price-.- . 1 s: H Kl ffi KM DRUGS, BOOKS AND STATIONERY Every thing New and Latest Stjlos In Writing Paper, Tablets and Curds. ! W. B. MoB.032SS.TS. DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. m c'il m JV"-- 1 $3 Aux-vass- o, "Where to Send My Girl to School 7" Send Her to Stanford College It lias full Courses of Study In all departments. It has trained and experienced teachers. H has nil needful facilities for the thorough training of Klrti In all grades. It wan Let all the of Stanford and Lincoln countj established for tho wolfuro and leoplo of Stanford and vlclnltv. Instead of dissipating their Inlluonco by patronizing othand hearty support. er schools, r.illyaround tho College and glo It their united Ne.t Session opens Sept. Oth. Tor f "11 information call on Sirs. Saullcv at tho collcgo or I 1 M. S1IELTON, Piiesidknt. wrlto for catalogue 800-poun- d CiothSng, Heats, n, Gents Furnishing 6oods Shoes, Heavy Boots, Rubber CouU, Mclntobhcs, Trunks and Valises. Low. Terms Cash. two-yea- r, Pricjs v H. J. Mc ROBERTS. .-- - A.C. ! !? I tv Two children were run over nnd killCOMMENTS ON THE ELECTION. whlch ho stood, and it can choose berepublicanism. ed by a street car in Chicago. tween democracy and THE INTERIOR JOURNAL uy the state democratic press. Parker's race ends tho faction for The Spanish government ha? defi Tho rain and democratic success will Gen. It must llkowisc nitely decided to bring prosperity to Kentucky. Prank-for- t which he stood, and chooso. Of course there is no law to Weyler unless ho can disprove tho ac Argus. Nov 9. 1S97 factions as may bo curacy of certain remarks accredited Stanford. Kv., Oh, It was a corker, nod spread con- provent as many formed, but the beauty of It Is that de- him just before his departure from sternation in tho camp of tho enemy. , Yc Bargain Seekers and see what a business revival. mocracy is stronger than all factions Cuba. . Winchester Sun. W. P. WALTON. republican party combined. Arthur C. Bonnett, elected circuit progressive people recognize and appreciate Low i'riccs and standard Tho Log Cabin oilers poor sholtor to nnd tho Louisville Dlspitch. clerk of Trigg county, Is only '22 years quality and fully realize the fact that they get both when they make any it an who has ever been a demo., . . ... ... Tho democrats redeemed tho State. om, the youngest In tho btale. The Lexington Herald, managed by crat. Georgetown Times. tneir purcnascs at the J.ouisvillc blorc. It is impossible to Head us squarely mot The issue was fairly and Moss' majority over Hall in the 20th MV, Dehhn Breckinridge, and edited The election In Kentucky is dis in valu (jiving power and a more convincing proof than ever will principally by his father, Col. W. C. tinctly an endorsement of tho Chicago nnd the victory is ours. A more com- judicial district Bell, Harlan, Perry, plete rout could scarcely be imagined. nnd Letcher counties is 3.'13. Ho has be give this week. news- platform. Examine these few P., denounces the Ellzabcthtown News. of appeals defeated a mighty good man aud much papers, as it calls them, for giving up Tho fight Is over and the democrats From clerk of tho court the cause for which they nominated are tho victors. Kentucky Is redeem- down to the smallest constable at tho will be expected of him. smallest cross roads, the democrats Hindman because they were so signal- ed and "we" tho democrats did it. Johu C. Duffy, democratic candidate captured every olllce In sight. County for representative lu Christian couti y, ly and 60 severely beaten last Tuesday. Mt. Sterling Sentinel. had gone astray lti will contest the election of Dr. Andrew He, the colonel, says ho is in the light Our democratic rooster that has been after county that each other in Seargont, republican, who won by 100. is willing to tight at any in retirement for some time Is out y former elections fell over to stay anJ their euthuslastlc return. City after The grounds will bo that ihe oil leers in Jacket and Cape Department brim full of bargains, $5. One lot of sacrifice and any risk for the cause he crowing for Kentucky, Cook, CrenTho noble old many precincts were not divided as re- all woo! Beaver Cloth espoused and which ho is proud that he shaw and Hopklnsvlllc. Kentucklan. city was reclaimed. Jackets in black and dark colors, $8 value. saved. Cynthlana quired by law and frauds of various did espouse. As tho coIodcI has nothLocally tho republicans swiped tho Commonwealth was $1 25 for a handsome black Cape trimmed with braid and buttons. kinds are charged. ing to lose and all to gain he can keep earth up with ua puny democrats, but Democrat. $1 for our all wool beaver cloth Capes, double or single Cape, trimWo may regret tho verdict against up his racket, if it does him any good. what we did to them away from homo W. G. t Rout sold to Woods & Lynn med with fur and buttons Misses' and children's cloaks in great vaHaving once roosted under the log cab. was a plenty. Cloverport Democrat us, but we accept it. wo snau maKO riety. iaand since then fought with all his Judge Rodney Haggard, of Clark, af- no further effort to direct tho party 25 fat hogs at 3c. Carroll B. Held has taken his string might tho organization which gave him ter 20 years, feeding at tho democratic course or counsels, or to share In any of the responsibilities of party leader- of runners to Nashville. Just beforo fad many years, support and succor for crib, goes to de'eat under tho log cab-I- ship, having dono our best, according leaving he bought of Senator U. L. thero is nothing left for the colonel Peace to his ashes. Carlisle Mer to our conscience and bollof, to divert Martin, tho good colt, Frank Thomp keep himself before the public cury. to Si. 25 for a brocaded skirt, worth double. Si. 75, new and very by agitating tho prolongation of a The rain enrao In amplo time to our political associates from n policy son. and procedure, the end of which no elaborate designs, made with the finest linings and bindings, actual truggle In which he can appear as a raise tho streams so that our republican-f' brethren would have easy man fan now foresee, the results of leader and a grand mogul. Politically usion value S3. Royal taakca the food pure, Si. 50 each for fancy box plaid skirts in all colors. annihilated, dead and not awaro of it, traveling up Salt Rlvor. Winchester which wo very much fear, both as to wholesome and deliclou. tho welfare of tho country and tho par Col. Breckinridge will continue to bite Democrat. himself' and do the party that made "Old Kalntuck" did the hand-som- o ty. Courier Journal. Proud A united democracy has shown its thing on Tuesday and placed her him, the little hurt he can, instead of power, licpuollcanism nas neon era being willing to do penance for past stamp of disapproval on republican 12 pieces of all wool ladies' flannels, etc., 25c yard. One lot fancy phatically rebuked. The republican slos till his undoubted abilities are misrule. Midway Clipper. Suiting 34 inches wide at 15c per yard- - 36 inch all wool mix plaid again recognized, as they will be, if he If we had a thousand roosters and party has proven Itself a time server. Suiting Fancy flannelette for wrappers at 10c per 50c per yard oil Tho democratic party comes out of tho will cease to fight tho democratic par- - one of them refused to crow yard. Ladies' and Gents' ty' would go his head and the soup pot contest harmonious, united and nggres" slve, In excellent temper and splendidThe Interiou Journal has no de- would be his destiny. Glasgow Times. ly organized. Reason reigns and not UNDERWEAR Ladies' union suits at 45c. Ladies' ribbed vests Tho lesson taught by Tuesday's elecsire to crow over its gold bug friends, at 15c. Ladies' Egyptian ribbed vests and pants, silk trimmed, at 25 prejudice, and conservatism has been oven if It ten times more reason for tion Is, that thero is no place In Kencents each. Gentlemen's all wool shirts and pants at Si suit. Gents alleged "'Nation substituted for radicalism. The future it than it has. They helped us win our tucky politics for tho al democratic party." Owensboro is big with promise and bright with white and gray Merino shirts at 25c. Gents' fleece lined shirts and signal victory for tho full county and hope. To that future which opens up drawers at Si suit. district tickets, and while the result Messenger. Wonder if Bailey has to read the so gloriously let us go forth as friends shows that we could have won without Absolutely Pur OVERCOATS. Examine our line of Overcoats. You are sure of and neighbors and democrats under tho them, we nevertheless appreciate their Louisville Dispatch now to find out old Hag. holding to tho old faith, lovbargain out of them. ja assistance and reassure them of that ap that he had an opponent for clerk of ing our country nnd working always HOOTS. We have the largest line and most varied assortment of ,: We think nit. the court of appeals preciation. royu. aAKiNaroACtuco., m vomc for her welfare, her prosperity and her boots in this section of the country. Look at our line before you buy. Knox County News. What all democrats shoujd do now is The people of Kentucky have great glory. Richmond Register. to get together. We are united on nearly every Issue and the division in causo to rejoice and be thankful. Not Told d our ranks is both unseemly and use- only have they been blest with a T A party rain, but the democratic Tho birthday of Jefferson Davis has less. There uro common grounds upA.IUKIUNSKY A CO , I'norimrroiw. is again on top. Owcnton News. been made a legal holldny by tho Geor. on which we can all stand and stand toT. D. HANKY, Makaokii. Democracy has won In splto of the gia Legislature. gether, shoulder to shoulder hereafter. In order to effect Immediate sale. I will Paris, Carlitilc, Mt. Sterling, Hanlstown, Lawrenceburg, Cynthlana, Vursalllo, Morton Clark.killed Robert Butler at To this end tho Interior Journal most vigorous opposition ever known Mile until the Nth lift., ut ii offer Georgetown, KHznbethtown. Frankfort, nnd Mnuckport, Iml. will bend its every energy. Let there and has entrenched herself in Ken Owensboro because the former plnyed Great ni irlnti nnd .Sacrifice, tin? Mordant! ltargalu homesteuil, iiIhhiI 10 acre-.- , on tin' oast side bo no crimination and recrimination tueky in a way that will make her hold a practical joke on him. near Yellow fever Is fast dying out. Only ofthoC'.S.K. It, drouth Morelund station. and brotherly love will bo restored on to tho State for another 30 years, at During tin1 recent this Parm utrrl-t't- l least. Glasgow Times. were reiortcd twenty-seve- n "new cases an nhuudaucu of good water, there living naturally and without formality. We live never falling springs. Alsiut "0 arris Tho election last Tuesday puts the In the entire South Sunday. ara all of the same family, and blood In grass, hulf ut which lin not fen broken Although Banker McKnight's bond for over ID ,eurs. being thicker than water, we are look- National election of 1000 exactly upon btislueos, I wll' jirlris To ing forward to a glad reunion of all the same issues as in 1S90, not only In was reduced to SIO.OOO ho was unablo tliln persons meaningnow nnd arm, the '.Mtli lnt., all over the to give It and Is now in the Louisville at a tlguru hutweon tho members, with no bitter word for Kentucky and Ohio, but that should mU It. Tor Mile loTitle union, and the result will be different jail. any of them. calise my Interests call In 1900. Bowling Green Democrat. Martin, widow clear. Mrs. Addle Oldham : to ult purTi:iiit Joe Noe, of Owensboro, a quandam Hindman ran third in a field of five, of Capt. James B. Martin, of Glasgow, chaser. 52,000 cash balanceKDWAItlCJ. i:i). 11 Morelund, Kv., Nov, . ls07. democrat for revenue only, has now but all the same ho Is an "also ran." Is an announced candidate for Stuto announced both his conversion to re- The National democratic, the populist librarian. publican heresies and his candidacy for and tho prohibition parties are hencesale; Mrs. Laura Haddox of JclTcrson-villCongress, and expects to raise his cam- forth "d d barren idealities" in the Ind., while in New York City, paign fund from a suit for damages grand old Commonwealth. Louisville placed a gas tube in her mouth and was IIOVI.E l KIT IT I'Ot UT. against the Owensboro Messenger, f Times. Plalntlir, ngnlnst J. W. Tlioi. McHoln-rts- , beyond aid when found. , etc.. Defendant. Tho repudiation of the republican St his chances for going to Washington The court of appeals reverses on a u Uy irtue ara as slim as his prospects of winning party by the people of this State Tues technicality, the sentonco of 21 years cuit Court Inofthe Judgment of the ltojle Ciruboe styled case, renderhis. suit, which they doubtless are and day, was sweeping and final. That par- given Walter Leslie, a nephew of the ed at the January term. ls(7, thereof, I will moe, he had just as' well mako his ar- ty has been given one trial by the peofor murder. d&lJj4-J&JFir215, rangements to llee to the Mountains of ple of Kentucky, and found wanting, Two farmers near Iudianaioll8 have H0j)bidam aud mourn the rest of his and it will probably never have anoth- spent over 300 in trials over the ownat 14 o'clock r. m . or thereiilout, the days with the Whangdoedle. er. Woodford Sun. ership of four ducks, und still tho case the the first day ofCourt, November tortn of hell to the highest ltojlu (Viimtj Hereafter when a fellow is seeking has not been finally settled. and best bidder at public outcr lMfore tho KY The Louisville Dispatch, whicli was olllce at the hands of the people of Ken the town of Danville. house door The largest telegraph station In the court tho following Indeserllod propertj, li' nhig factor in the glorious democratic tucky he will fight fehy of fusion tickKy MaKln's-le-GranLonvictory, can atlord now to bo generous ets. Every ticket of that character world Is at St. LAND don. There aro about 3,000 operators, He is which was on the ballots in last Tuesand let upon Mr. Watterson. 1,000 of whom arc women. Pd not an issue any more and although ho day's election was everlastingly de- Pltuate In Kolo eounU. Ky. ... An examining trial in the ease of tho I'lrst Tract deserlbod at follow h: Situate ha grieveously sinned let us forgive feated. Danville Advocate. Frankfort men concerned in tho elec nlMiut two miles from the town of Damllle him and let his splendid efforts for The platform adopted in June by the tion day tragedy was waived, und the and on the turnpike road tending from Dan democracy in the past, overshadow his ville to Stanford anil iKiunded on the .North Frankfort convention, was a serious poby tin) turnpike road luadnlg from Danville fight against tho party in recent bat- litical blunder. Fortunately It was ig- prisoners released on ball. Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Uridlcs, lands of William Martin DIsraukes, son of the ex to Lancaster und the the turnpike road leadtled. At any rate, let him alone and nored by 70,000 democrats, who, havon the South by Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. t speaker of the Tennessee Senate, as- ing from Danville to Stanford, on tho oa.t M ha'll come home and like Little ing "saved the conntry" in 18'JO, devot- sassinated John Rodes at Gallatin be- by tho lands of Wm. Veager and Kouberi sheep, bring all his paraphernal- ed the year 1897 to the salvation of the Room Opposite Court- -I louse Square, Stanford, Ky (Jeutry'H estate, and on the west by tho cause he assaulted his father. descrlled and contract herein ia, with him. democratic party. Louisville Post. miles, and Willie Shlpman, a Woodford county taining "01 acres, --' roods and Emkj' sm lm nfn r t fill. .. - .. . (iuest same land on which J. wcuuuu boy of 10 years, was shot and mortally lUBTOUHUl uui, lurauu, TimSR whn ivnrn Hatntiinrr .vl.nn and wife ronlded on January Slid. 1M'.'. Mart Hanna was talking to tho presl- - ln Kentucky fills the heart with pride wounded by his brother Allen, because Second tract described ns follows: Situate about V'i miles from the town of Danapple. deot over tho result in Ohio say that und tbe mlnd with brlsht ?0,H? f,r ho wonldnot give him-aville and adjoins the tract nlxivc ilecsrl'x-do A disabled schooner reached San tboy caught that this pointed and ,)r0. the future. Democracy, grand and ided rious, Is once more at the helm, victory Francisco after a voyago of 1,100 miles road leading from D.tuvllle to Lancaster, on sentence: "It Is too d- -d ci080 by the turnpike hero. Bill, for comfort'' Thfi Locrslft. perenmg npon ner suumurus uvury without a compass. 'I no feat Is con- tho south to Stanford, on road leading from tho east by tho Danville Withers shows the brightest, cleanest line of Furniture, where throughout tho State.-Sobe republican by a narrow land iibovu described, und on the west by tho sidered marvelous by seafaring men. 8et Reporter. who killed a little property of Doram, and contains ID acrts msrgln and it is said that It will take , John F. Morgau, and roods. dod loads of boodle to keep it in line What better could we ask than to girl, was arrested and sentenced to be Each of t.ald two tracts will Iks hold In ono in our first Issue of hung within 43 hours after the com- iKdynsu whole; tho tract flit desorllx-for Hanna in any event. Shrewd poll- - have tho privilege abovu will bu llrst sold aud If It does not mission of his crime, near Parker9burg, realize a sum hulllclent to pay the debts and tictans say that Bushnell V chances to announcing a great democratic costs In this suit, amounting to 8'.'5,71fl SO, Wall Paper, Window Shades, Rugs, Hanna aro better than his own. ' li'- - Kentucky democratic by a major- - W. Va. Portieres and Lace Curtains. I tract wll) be sold. Aud If ity approximating 30,000; Louisville Is The steamer Idaho sunk in Lako then the socond both said tracts, wild huiii from tliu sale keep the stock to select from. Price is an object. Look and you Bradley's thanksgiving mes- - redeemed, and Adair county wheeled Erie, Friday night Co miles from Buf- of SJ5.74C50 Isof realized, then the underGov. not sage, naming Nov. 25th is short and to Into tho democratic column. Colum- - falo, and 11 of her crew, Including tho signed Commissioner will, will be convinced. ON MONDAY, DECEMI1EK l.'lth, 1807, the point. In it "tho people are Two were captain, were drowned. quoated to abstain from labor und in Mr. Shackelford claims it as a free rescued almost frozen from exposure at o'clock, V. M., or thereabouts, being tho LinUrst ovary way obsorve the day as one on silver victory. Tho Herald Is glad of Capt. William H. Brlggs, a well coln day of tho December term of tho aud Brunch Store at Ilustonville, Count)' Court, sell to the highest K. Camnitz, Manager. ' which grateful thanks should be ren this: It trusts that every sound money known citizen of Emporln, Va., put the best bidder at public outcry, lu front of the unto the Most High." He could. democrat who aided in these victories muzzle of a shot gun to his right cyo court house lu the town of Stanford, Ky., de?ed tho following described tracts of laud, or nofc have said more had he used a col will have It thrust upon hlra on all ocand pulled the trigger. Business re. so much thereof as may Iks necessary to pay umu Instead of only a few lines. casions that the triumphs he helped to verses caused him to do the rash deed. aud raise tho balance due upon said sum auovo mentioned after the s:ale of the two won by the principles ho op- The Hotel San Marco, ono of the lin- - tracts of land In Hojle county, Judge Saufley will hardly appre-- J win were j)0se3..Lexlngton Herald. described as ast In Jacksonville, Flu., was burned to l'lrst tractcounty, Ivy., follows: Situate ciato tho post election "puff" of the In Lincoln aud containing i Victory will continue in the air and .t. Krounu, uuuiiu.iK a iiu ui uvur (lbout Headed by U. S. MODEL, no, 38,353. yyUy cat or near tho ftcri;iff Htirrodsburg Democrat, which had no in 1900 a true democrat will bo placed ino Son of Kl .mouoi, no. HUNDLEY'S 9Zo),wu, witn oniy aooui uu,uuu ineu town of Crab Orchard, and situ ated on both CLAUDE loversi.,uui, son oiiiviiu. mo greatest nrceuing hog living, and II nn- , ;no. wdrd to say for him during the canvass, In tho White House at Washington. inu vtronu s I'oiumuiau ciiamnion, Claude. N'n road, tho Wilderness 1I1U, "' l'i... A f.l ranee. The lire was the work of Incen sides of the lands of Mrs.turnpike It. II. and .l.nv .III. M ... Karris, adjoins not even flying his namo at its mast-hoa- Ono who will bo true to Jeffcrsonion diaries. Charlie Adams and Oeorgo James' though he was the regular dempodlgreo. I'riccs reasouablo aud satisfaction guaranteed. Write your wants or come md Heirs, und Four persons were killed and 17 In J. W. On estIncludes the lands Inhuriled by see my hogs. ocratic nominee. It looks very much principles. Two years hence gallant from his father, Jacob Guest. Jorsoy Cows Tor sale. They aro good ones. Also Mammoth A few like an effort to keep in with tho vic- old Jo Blackburn will turn down Wm. jured In a wreck on tho Chesapeake & Second tract described ns follows: Situa- Eggs, 81 fresh13. Durk A. E. HUNDLEY, llox 105, Danville! Ky. for Lindsay; u democrat will take charge Ohio at Chadwell, Va. Among: the In- te in Lincoln county, Ky., and containing tors. IS arces, and lielng same land conveyed to and tho are C. It. tho Muster Comno J. W. trouble In 'There'll be not more Bob Frank- at Frankfort MIddlesboroday of jublleo juredof tho cars O'Brien, of Louisville defundautof tho Guest by Circuit Court on Herald. will come. Into the HI missioner Lincoln plunged One for the Ian'," at least W. Karris' Holrs. behalf of II. and "We've got 'era lin. He beats the turncoat Violett ovvanna River. TERMS. Sale will he made on a credit of er 2,000 for Commonwealth's Attorney We've got 'em in the east and Eight, whaling vessels are said to bo six und twelve months, eo.ua! payments, and in the Frankfort district. The majori- wo'vo got 'em in the west. Wo'vo got held fast In the Arctic regions. Four the purchaser will bo required to execute ty against Henry Martin for Senator is 'em from Alpha to Omega. Wo'vo got of them aro 1100 miles from a provision bonds with approved surety, payable to tho undersigned, having force and effect of a nearly as large. 'em from Capo Cod to Kalamazoo. 6tatlon. A government relief expedi- judginout, und bearing Interest from day of Is urged. sale until paid at 0 per cunt per annum, und The Adair County News has made We've got 'em from whero the ico tion IsJ Receiving his- James Allen, a teacher at Wheat-- . with uen retained on mo property as atidl- and 1b a creditable sheet in breezes blow to whore the orange blosita debut , . thereof. i..... iu uo u iiuh- - tlonal securely for tho payment the sale, In- uuv i Kept, Buuiu every way. It will preach democratic bo raise by Tho grow. Praiso Cod from whom all lanu, Aio., On his way homo tho boys Ishment. ciu,unc cbsta. Is 825,78 50. doctrine and keep tho old county in soms flow." Louis vilte D Lb patch. attacked him with stones ana ciuoa and' CHA8. o. FOX. lino for next year. Charles S. Harris blessings Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give him a Call. Muater Com'r Boylo Clr. Court. 'e race ends the faction for ' beat him to death. All aro in jail, Hindman is editor. court-martial - GOME ON 1 ... Wide-awake- ..... ... . . tlme-bcrvin- g to-dr- Low Prices ! : n. ex-co- pt DRESS it SKIRTS! Dress Goods. to-da- , I POWDER I much-neede- News Briefly 140 - ACRE FARM -- THE LOUISVILLE STORE. CRSAT BARGAIN. 1 Kuil-lK-nc- e, I Expert Glass Cutters. 1 tnevl-ewher- o. e, :wmmi I Clue-it- muc Window Lights Furnished, In All Sizes at the Lowest Prices. CRAIG ' HOOKER. n On Monday, Nov. &4ZiV'j&JteWJ& Ik.-l- og UODGKCAKinG , d, TWO TRACTS OF I J. C. M'CLARY. Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. Vea-ge- r. Bo-peep- 's hec-o- nd K-lo- 111 1a, & 1 ! fcl I KIBeHsG2 i4r4&Xiwu&wsrKn , glo-fau- twlll FTTRTITX7RS. Carpets, Matting, II. mer- 'A vlcto-suifre- ed i 1 W. W. WITHERS. STANFORD. 1! fligfi Locust Hem Reg. Poland rjfijnas. I . .nt ,, d, Ilro-nau- gb, ...;"". H. C. RUPLEY, ) THEMERGHANT TAILOR -- FALL AND WINTER sw ' GOODS- s .,.. .Ji -- ,.. Uf . ,.. .j- - f rj ft, J lift)ii H ili.fl, jIT . "k' ft THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., 4 C. McClary. Beautiful Gu.vs, fc lino of ruga cheap. J New sterling silver novelties. Danks, tho Jeweler. See A Card. Wo desire to thank those 3 Gboiee for $1 Of a. - Nov. 9, 1897 Craig new stock, Hooker. great variety. R at C. Walto.v, Business Manaoek. Fiti:sil oysters Mt .Tie per quart, dally. John II. Meter. BEAUTIFUL lino of Prescriptions rlht prices at nro tilled right nml received Penny's Drug Store. (low. at Warren & Jardlniors just Shanks. win- - Elegant Onyx Tables and Banquet it PERSONALS. MRS. W. A. Lamp. Danks, tho jeweler. See Tlttiim.l! has been qulto .Mid-dlesboio sick or a week. Mlts. T. A. Kick returned to NkV trimmed and uutrimmed goods nt Mm. Kate Duddorar'd Wednesday, 10th. Saturday. SANroitD Allen, of was hero again Sunday. Mlllcrsburg, of Somerset, Is In UMiss Alma John M. G.VNN, Special induccmentd to cash buyers, come and see. Mark Hardin. Stocic must be reduced, visiting tho Mtsos Beck. 1 E. F. Bailey is opening a general merchandise stock in John Murphy's his store-rooat May wood. Mrs. B. I'. Mautin In back from a old vlblj. to relatives at Mt. Vernon. It rained at Intervals yesterday and Miss Helen Taylor, of lluston-vlll- more was promised last night, l'roba. id with tho Misses Menefcc. bly clearing Tuesday; colder. Mlts. J. 0. Sams, of Central City, Hoiiert Smith's whisky warehouse wad the guest of Mrs. .famed Lee. Mlts. J. L. Yantis had returned near Mt. Salem was entered by thieves from a visit to her sinter at Somerset. nml relieved of about 25 gallons SunMlts. Prissie Dim: Is spending a day night. " " fow weeks with her sisters at Huston-vlllBurned Death. A Hale, of Somorbot, mother, Mr. Wood 0 Bale. with e, m m e. Mlts. J. C. Hays, of Crab Orchard, spent several day with her parents ul Rowland. Miss Oi.uk Hunt, of Danville, spent doveral days with her sister, Mrs. E. L. Huitihart. child of James Hamm, a railroader, was burned to death at Brodhead Sunday. Its clothes caught from tho cook stove. m to BOY. Mr. and Mrs. I. Mack Bruco aro happy over tho arrival of an boy at their house. Ho made his Mrs. Bkathick IIloaiNS, of Dayadvent Friday night and ho and his ton, C, In visiting her sister, Mrs. J. mamma, and esKcially his papa, are II. Nunnolloy. Is assisting C. S. doing tincly. John Buiuiit, Jit., iS'iuld in the management of tho North Mil. J. T. Sutton, who had the conJul II co Coal Co. nt Grays. tract, has just completed tho telephone Mlt. AND Mlts. A. T. Trayloe wont lino between Hustonvillo and Pownrs' up to Corbln Saturday to visit their Store, Casey county. Ho telld ud that son, Joeso Traylor, and wife. a Hue will likely be run from HustonMn. J. L. Tanner, of MeKlnney, has villo to Kidds Store. returned from Cincinnati with a big lot of goods for Tanner Bros store. Free Turnpikes. Judge Dawson Mlt. H. N. Ware, of Washington has called the tlscal court to meet next county, wad lioro yesterday rojolclng Saturday, Kl, to take action on tho with tho democrat over their success. turnpike question, and asks all the MltH. It. W. Hot'Killlnud Miss Helen turnpike presldontd and others InterMay Black, of Kansas City, Mo., will ested to be on hand. to visit Mrs. J. S. Hookarrive to-da- V r - Friday, ll)th; Waynesburg every SatStanford seems to bo growing urday. This is our last year and wo small by degrees and beautifully less, are compelled to finish our business by That is the way our orders to wholesalers read and that's why your like a tlvo cent loaf of bread since the 1st of January. You will please whent climbed up In the 00s. That is call on above dates; ft per cent penalty prescriptions are always properly filled here. 0 unless Mr. George D. Wearen has made added Deo. 1. T. D. Newlnnd, S. L. C. some mistake In the enumeration which Bad Marksman. Will Bogle shot he has just completed. He finds that people in the town at Joe Palmer, another Negro, yestei-llmltthere aro but l,l"('i against 1,."1I last year, a fall- - day, aud although Joe Is as large as a Ing olT of 1(1 Jn the white population, good sized ox, he didn't get a scratch, Have to Haul. Straub it Carter which is SSO, and of 12 in tho colored, Cato Crenshaw tells us that they had er. have been hauling water for tho en- which is now given at GOtl. Tho value been "" 'sputin' " about something, MH. AND MitS. T. L. Lll.LARD, of KM Boyle, aro rejoicing over tho advunt of gine at their mill for tho last six weeks of property hns increased about $10,- - when Bill went Into Phillips' rcstau-000- , a lxy, which arrived yesterday morn- and as It requires alnait 2." barrols a howover, notwithstanding tho hard rant and came out with a huge pistol, "2 ing. day, It Is pretty expensive buslncs. times, and is put by Mr. "Wearen at which ho held in both hands and Mil. AND Mus. W. W. LYON, of the They get water from tho pond near tho 'ntf a'mi fired, thd ball going several " TT,, 'feet abovo Palmer's head. Bogle was Vut End, and niece, Miss Katie "7! water works. . FORA GOOD I'OINT. lion. r. F. Bobbltt mssed up to Klrksvllle Saturarrested by Marshal Newiand and tako OUR business manager acknowledges makes a good jwlnt In tho day. en before Judge Carson, who sent him Mus. Maky J. Murphy wont to with thanks some of Straubs & Carter's lotting matter. Ho says that tho re-- 1 lo jail to lot tlto grand jury investigate Book Castle Springs yestorday to see Ladies' Enterprise Hour, presented by publicans resorted to a trick to keep his case. her daughter, Mrd. F. J. Campbell, who Mr. I). V. Kennedy, who is both a mill Mr. Chadwiek In. They first let the It develops that this is a ease of poe -j Is ill. for two years, so that they litical persecution. Boglo didn't voto builder and Hour maker. It id A I in We have now on sale the most Mlt. Kl) H. Edwards, of Now York, every particular, of beautiful color and would have another chance to let it be- with tho republicans tho last time and 1 is at homo for a short time, and wants the bread it makes is tit for the gods. fore their time was out and then they the Negroes have been after him over gave it to the highest and poorest bid-d- since, oven taking the shoes from his to sell his Hue farm. See notice in this T. D. New-lan- d Not KNOWN.--Sheriissue for four years. Tho Institution had voreceived a telegram Saturday from never been lot for that length of time feet that they claim he got for not Charles PitlSMlE, of Lancaster, was ting. ask9 hero Friday In company with J. Mort SherllT Phillips, of Denver, Col., before and It is a clear caso of ultra is no THE Stanford Commercial Bolhwoll, who took the train for St. ing if Ed Bluilt was wanted in this vires and theroforo void. Tho mattor Louis. county for murder. As nolwdy with ought to bo looked Into and that f(i00, more. Failure to collect what is due Mlts. B. I. Jacohs was called homo whom Mr. Newiand talkod over heard thrown away by tho tlscal court, saved him and his wife's desire to return to Of Ladies' Capes and Jackets and Men's and Hoys' Overcoats over ex- Ohio uro given as tho reason for its from Louisville by tho illnoxs of Mr. of such a man, ho answered in the neg- to tho people If possible. hibltcd in Stanford. We aro offering them at suspension by its late proprietor, Mr. Jacobs. Ho is now very much bettor. ative. Si TllEolIleial vote of Lincoln county E. W. Spldell. This third futile effort m Advocate. I'ERRIN. Mr. S. H. Shanks Is in reC. D. Witun, who used to lw a type ceipt of a telegram from Camden varies but little from that given in our to run another paper hore ought to You Will posllngor in this olllce, was Point, Mo., telling of tho death of his last issue. Tho changes mako Shack- conviuce men of business capacity that is too lice Judge of Paris by W) majority. Hur- brother-in-law- , Mr. A. L. Porrin. at elford's plurality 122; a mistake was it can not be done. The town That we don't buy goods to keep. of Sam Owsley's small, in tho first placo, and thero is rah for Charley! the advanced ago of Sfl. Ho was rais- made in tho addition 'fit CIRCUIT CLERK'EI.ECTJaS. F. HOL-da- ed in Lincoln county and was largely column of fit), his vote being 1,7(11; Far-rl- not a sufficient number of republicans id hero catching on to the dulled instrumental in building tho old Chrismajority over King was reduced I, who can read to mako tho business of tho ollloo, with that best of clerks, tian church on Depot street. Ho wiwu making It K10; G. W. DoBortl has 24ti profitable. If Mr. Spldell, who is a printer, aud did much ot his James I'. Bailey. fine old gentleman as many of tho old- instead of 211 majority for jailer, and practical Dry Goods, Clothing- and Shoos. SUE BOUT had a number of er residents of Stanford remember him. Cook's voto is reduced ."0 in tho Hus- work himself, having only one other Miss m her friends with her at a candy pulling A wife and tlvo children survive him. tonvillo No. 1, by a clerical error of the man, could not mako both ends meet at her home Friday evening and every election clerk, making Granville Ba- hore, no one else need try. He tells us TltE Ladles' Aid Society of tho Pres- ker's majority 2.V2 Instead of only 202. that he came hero in March, 1S90, with body had a good time. B. B. Kendall, secretary of tho byterian church entertained tho socie- Tho voto for free pikes is 2,0(17, against $fi00 and a half Interest in his olllce. Kentucky Growcrd Insurance Co., of ties of all tho other churches Friday KI2, majority for 1,1).'!.). Last year it All that is gone and more, though ho Lexington, was hero last week assist- afternoon from 1 to I o'clock. A short was 2,0i;t for and filfi against, majority says that he has $(!00 or 8700 owing to The Biggest and Cheapest Line of ing local agent, Harry C. Baughman. praj or and song service was first held for 1, 11)3. The vote on the bond isuo him. Newspaper men can guess how Al.ONO with a remittance for his sub- In their house of worship, after which is 1,115)7 for and li:i against, majority much of this ho will collect. The proscription, Mr. A. B. MeKlnney, lato of refreshments were served in tho base- for 1,SS4. For constltutipnal amend- prietor of this paper lost a year or two's thid county, comes a request to chango ment of tho building, which were ment G17, against 121, majority for 41)3. time nnd 2,500 in money before he abundant and greatly enjoyed by a Thero has been a great political revul- got tho Interior Journal on a payMr address to Seneca, South Dakota. Miss Maktiia Elkin left for George- largo crowd of ladies. This movement sion here In vear. Last November ing basis and it Is no gold mine oven town yesterday whero she will act as was inaugurated by tho ladies of the Davison had 2!)2 majority. This year after these 23 years. at tho marriage Christian church, followed next by tho Judge Bailey, democrat, has 2.V.I, a bridesmaid MATRIMONIAL. Ilalloy to Mr. Charles Baptists, aud is having tho ctToot of change of fill votes for democracy. The of Miss Julia In Stanford. Invite your inspection. Marvin. binding tho churcheo closer together in total voto then was.t,470; this year it is Charles Tate and Miss Bettio Gibson, of Mr. J. Iho bonds of christian love. J. B. Mount, about 3, 100. two.popular young people of Somerset, M. MeRoberth, of this place, wad electis not doing very Clarence Hall, wero married Thursday evening, says Circuit court Fatal Siiootino. ed to tho Legislature In tho Oldham district by 000 over a fusion candidate. much because there Is not very much who shot Joe Davis near Dripping the Reporter. Miss Florence, daughter of Mr. and to do. Green Gill, for stealing $1 from Springs some weeks ago, and who was Ho Id a red hot democrat. BOWMAN, Misses Vir Morris Fred, was gfven aO days in Jail. out on bond for his trial this court, got Mrs. D. W. Dunn, of Danville, will be Mus. MARY Cenginia Bowman, Lettlo and Bettlo Win. Thurman, Negro, was acquitted into n4moro serious trouble Friday married this evening to Mr. W. S. of bodomy becauso his olTenso was bug night when ho shot Charley Adams on ter, of Kingston, Tenn. Craig and Sue McRoberts will leave St. Paul was the scene of a notable for Now York City gery. Gcorgo Carter, for breach of the Crab Orchard plko near L. II. Pry. Danville tho pcaco and Walter Carter for carry- or's. Hall, armed with a bottle of whis wedding. Eleanor Kalkllaml Graham, to bo absent sovoral weeks. wero acquitted. ky and a pistol, mot some boys on tho daughter of a former Hawaiian king, Mr. John L. Boslky, of the Paris ing concealed yesterday, condol G. M. Trusty for trespass, was llued plko and after shooting to scare them, was married to Joseph Hubert Vos, a Ronortor. was here ing with the republicans over tho $10 each In two cases. Henry Logan, rmnarkod: "I am eolnir to kill sotno celebrated European and crown painter $.). man beforo midnight." A few of tho Dutch royal family. d defeat everywhere. Ills wife camo assault, was lined Tho caso of J. W. Brh'ht, who minutes later ho mot Adams, who Tho bodies of Dr. and Mrs. Elijah with him and is at Col. Jack Bosloy'a. near tho Mcndenhall wore buried in the satno Miss Myrtle Drank, ono of the sought to break tho will of his grand- makes his homo at B. Miller's, girls, left yester- father, Greenberry Bright, was dis- scene of tho shooting, and bantered collin at Indianapolis. Dr. Mcndenmost fascinating of missed. him for a liorso trade, when Adams hall was 82 years old and his wife 81. day for her homo at Clarksvillo.Tonn., E. B. Rltchlo passed a good exami- agreed to givo him an old maro for his They wore married just fill years ago. ufter a pleusaut visit to tho Misses nation nnd was licensed to practice law. pistol. Tho latter started home wltli Tho husband died Wednesday and his Owsley, and several hearts aro bleedIIo got a case at once aud lost it, but tho weapon, when Hall ordered him to demise broko tho heart of tho wife, ing. doubt- stop and jerking the pistol from turn, who died just 45 hours later than her Mr. Vh.i.iam Conn and family and ho is not superstitious, aa it was less a bad one. fired, tho ball entering Adams' abdo- husband. Thoy had always prayed to Woodson Tudor, of Gar Gcargo Crnddock, of England, was men and indicting a probably fatal dlo together and sleep in tho same v-night in M k iHSf lHfi H HHUHillflMfllBTHaKuflif H rard, passed through Saturday wagons on their way to Sprlngllold, 111., naturalyzed. Now look out for tho ed- wound. Tho wounded boy crawled to grave. are In receipt of an Invitation to We whero they will reside. It will tako itor of tho Paris Kcntuckian to claim Mr. Pryor's whero ho remained duriug tho marriage of Miss Jennie PInkncy, weeks to mako tho trip. them three kin with him. tho night. After tho shooting Hall In daughter of Col. and Mrs. J. C. SumHon. Harvey Helm received Inforup m iifcj'Jinl .Jmf'JixF . Two divorces havo been granted. quired at Miller's for Adams and being F Georgo Thompson Mitch-oi- l, his siator, Mrs. mers, to Mr. mation yesterday that rid of ClemJ. Frank Walton, of Crescent Springs, Mrs. Susan Lancaster getsSusie Melvln informed that ho was not thero left In a which will be solemnized at tho had presented her husband with a liuo ent Lancaster, and Mrs. hurry. Adams served a short term in Presbyterian church, Abingdon, Va. son, who will likely bo called in honor of Joseph Molvln. Una Ken Disc tho penitentiary for stealing some hogs 17, at 7:30 r. M. Tho prospective Tho Rest Is always Imitated. Tho Superior Is the Genuinearo an Drill. of his unclo, tho now county attorney experiment grand jury has returned 15 in- from W. P. Grimes, but has sinco been Nov. attended collego hero and is reTho tested und elves satisfaction. All other Disc Drills S. Court ugulnst and ancom bride ono elect. on tho Superior. Suit has been entered In tho U. dictments, six of which aroagainst ono a better boy and has redeomed himself membered as a beautiful and lovely Farmers, Investigate boforo buying. pany for Infringement man for soiling liquor unlawfully and to a great extent. HOME NEWS, girl. May her cup of happiness be alTho wounded man la still alive and two against another for carrying con-- j HIGGINS Si ways overllowlng. Hall has not been captured. Choice wedding presents at Danks'. cealeu weapons. 1,18(1. I klnJly assisted us by word and deed in our lato bereavement and shall New raisins, currants, figs, citron, remembor them as long as llfo lasts. C. nuts, &e. Biggins it MeKlnney. V. Gentry and wife. Dried Peaches, Apricots, Pruned In tho county court yesterday Crit nnd Applod at Warren & Shanks'. Smith was granted license to sell branTllEolIleial returns Increase Judge dy by tho quart at his distillery. II. Saulley's majority to G01. Where arc II. Wade's application for tho same privilege was continued till next Friyou at Brer Horndon 'i day. cottage on Lo Desieahle Paying Losses. Agent R. B. y gan avoinio for rent. Just vacated by had paid lwo losses in the last B. N. Roller. J. F. Peyton. few days. One to Col. W. II. Dudder-u- r for damage to his house and another ONE of R. L. Davla' Richmond constituents sent fiOe to a Yankee, who ad- to J. H. Bishop, of Bockeastlc, who vertised a way to mako pants last. In lost his house and contents. Both due course of mail the answer entne, losses were paid inside of ten days. "Make tho coat and vest tlrst." Brief. Hon. Fontaine Fox Bobbltt, who made a good speech on the elecThe Bill Latin's Bullet. Democrat says that the ball tion and county atlatrs yesterday, has that Brownfleld shot into the mouth of had his brief in the C. O. D. whisky Billy Latin, formerly of this county, case of J. W. James printed at this ofdropped out of his mouth a few days fice and is disposing of them at2fie. Bis ago. Tho surgeons had never been argument is qulto an ingenius one. able to locato tho bullet, which was a Before you insure your country IIS. It had been imbedded two years in property of any description you should his tongue, but it had never occasioned get tho Kentucky Growers Insurance him nny annoyance, nnd in fact, Latin Co.'s rates, which arc much lower than did not know that tho heavy obstrucold line companies. As to the solvency tion In his tonguo until tho day It came of the company write or ask those who out. are Insured in It. Harry C. BaughAMONO those who aro jubilant over man, Stanford; also agent for Central tho success of democracy there are Firo Insurance Co. and for city propernone more so than Mr. Andrew S. Wal- ty. lace, who makes his home with Mr. M. MY deputy, R. M. Ncwland, will be F. Ellclti, his nephew. IIo has been ticket 00 years at the following placed on the dates voting tho democratic herein named for the purpose of re. s and grows deeper in the faith as cching your 1897 taxes: Moreland, o by. "I cast my first vote for r . . . . mi it .in.. Martin VanBuren," said he to an I. J. oaiuruay, aov. i.un; Aicivinncy, inurs-- I report, "and was proud when heard day, 18th; Mt. Salem, Wednesday, 24th; Huston-vlllhe was elected, but I didn't feel half as MilicdgevUle, Monday, 22d; Saturday, 27th, and Tuesday, good as did Tuesday night when I ISOth. M. G. Reynolds will be at High- was Informed that Lincoln had been land, Thursday, Nov. ISth; Klngsvllle, redeemed." who so six-room Ma-honBar-rodsbuthe-yeari c, Line of Zeigler Which I Shoes, Come Tfl r am closing out out and which cost mc Si. 50 and $2. in and look at them. X3k r lc SHANKS !N"o MARK HARDIN, Cash Dealer In Groceries, Dry ' Goods, Notions, &c. Good Goods at the Lowest Possible Cash Prices. Goods sold on time but one Low Cash Price To ALL. N. 13. Where you have more than one quality of, any drug dered, and when we do not specify the maker, or- 1 JIIwaYS Send $he Best s, PENNY'S UG STORE. y mM$m!tmmm!tgm$mrmm ' tak-$S2,S.- 0. TOP COATS, -- I IUch-ardso- n, jKJor-houfr- , Liadies and Senfelemer. poor-hous- or ff m EXTENSIVE LINE i Prices that Convince m m s' i SEVERANCE & SONS. - 11 Buggy Rugs! B. K. WEAREN & SOV. Bon-ln-la- m 11 son-in-la- St1S!BbMM5BMvbKwb I Jtf flTKINNEY. ) "t- V The merchandise we oiler and the prices avc ask will bear favorable comparison with any store in LANCASTER or elsewhere. dealers. The idea that overshadows all others is to give yon I f READ. COMPARE. INVESTIGATE., We have no desire to be known as "cheap' f . Than any one else. "We do it there's no doubt about that. These principles are the basis on which we ask your patronage. HFWe have a 'aw all wool Suit0 left at $0.o( We are showing a great line of Suits at J?7.50 and $10. "We have a few Xovclties left in Suits at $12 and $15. Overcoats to Suit you with prices that will please you. Jliio Bootees in abundance all sizes and all widths at 51 and $5. Satisfaction at Less Cost 1. Don'tFailtoSeeUsonBOOTSandSHOES. Best Underwear in the United States for $1 per Suit. See our Colored Shirks at 50c and all shapes and styles. Give us a call and let us convince you that we can save you money. "We are sole agents for the Celebrated John B. Stetson Hats. "We have them in Our Prices arc the Lowest, our Styles the Best, our Store the Busiest. LANCASTER, KY. To You. V THE IMTEMORJOURNAL AT LANCASTER. A game of foot VICINITY NEWS. BOUQUETS. A KBW - 2 I? iK YKAR IN" ADVANCE charged. MT When not so paid S2. CO will e 9 $ &r m TIME HE 4 KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. p. Trains leave Stanford at 7:10 a. m. and returning at 4: 23 p. m and 9.05 p. in. KNOXVILLE DIVISION. ,..12 37 tu No. 24 Train going North ... .1 13 m " " No. 2C " ,..12 04 m South " No. 25 " .. 1 27 ni " " No. 23 " For allll'olnts. THRO'IOII TICKETS SOLD. UAGUAUK CHECKED TIlltOUGH. For any Information enquire of. p a p p 'It gi It P JOE S. KICK, Agent, Stanford, Ky. QUEEN & CRESCENT. ' 6 00ani run Sundays, 9 and 10 go no further South than Junction City, netlher Trains pass Junction City as follows: 4 02 p m No. 2 North 11 57 a ni No. HSouth " 4 ' Kn q " ll 21 nin " 0 " .....3 46 am .. 130pm 1125am 55 nS9 " :.'.".. 8 20 pin "10 Noto-- No. 5 and C do not do they run Sundays. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI RY. VIA GEOUUhTOWN. .SI. S5 A. M. M- - A. It 05 20 2i00 3 15 4 50 1155 " " Jet. City. OO Arr Georgetown, liT 630 Frankfort, ,.o.., C. Lvc. Somerset, Ar 12 55 11 31 8 40 Arr Paris 5;io Dally except Sunday, fc so D.BEHCAW.G.F.A. ROBERT FISH, ready to shavo and haircut. All "lvo you a ncedlus work Miould call on liltn. Ho Is sure to please you. Crab Orchard, Ky. Cj Tho crack barber, Id stand In Mr. Egbert's now back store-room at his old 305 Acres Fine Land well fenced, well watered and has all tho necessary Improvej mcuta. Wo will bell iirivuiuiy mm " terms. Stanford, Ky. Mostly In Blue-Gran- FOR SALE. s, Mason Hotel MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. a.aucaster, ; Kentucky. s. Newly furnished; clean beds; splendsd Porters tablo. Everythi 89 trains. meet first-clasHVdZ-A-X-jIE :ESlOGH3- Registered Du-roc- s. Splendid individuals Both last Fall's and this Spring's far row. Trices reasouauiu. nu cnargu iur crating. J. M. It H. J. McBOBEETS, Stanford. A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, Stanford, Ky. Iliilldfug. JottHK Otlico over McRobertV Drug Store In thel.Owaley Bu W. B. FX2T2Tx Dentist, : OiHce on Lancaster Stanford, : Ky. street at Residence. Blue - Grass Nurseries. the crown of a King and overcoming a republican majority of 1,C.)0. Mr. Watterson's Hag of truce is not sulticiently clear and prominent. It is not a pure white. It has black stripes in it. Lot him toll us distinctly what ho proposes to do in the future and, if his promises are fair, wo will take him back into tho fold. It is not customary after a great victory to recognize the enemy without an unconditional surrender. We shall not object, to his opinions, but ho must not attempt to destroy tho party of so many vital by favoring a single issue. The Canvassing Board met on Friday and tho results were us stated in my last letter, except that Judge Burnside's majority over A. D. Ford, for county judge, was reduced There were seven contested ballots which, some claim, would make a tie if the race should be contested; but others claim dlirereutly, and I am unable to say whether or not it will bo contested. The constitutional amendment was defeated by four votes in tho county, 140 being cast for it and 133 votes against It. Tho turnpike bonds carried 1,401 being cast for and 218 votes against them. This is considerably over tho s of tho votes cast on that proposition, as required by law, and the troublesome question is settled, if there Is no question of validity raised, and even then the courts may rule that they aro valid. It is bald that enough good democratic farmers to have overcome the small majorities against the party remained at home. This should bo a lebson to them. A close analysis of the vote hero reveals tho fact that considerable scratching was done, and it is claimed that personal matters und diverse views on the money question entered into one race. It Is hoped that tho victory will bring all factions closer together and that better feeling will prevail hereafter. The nind man got only 70 votes in this county and his vote in tho State shows that that cun never uofcul the democratic party. As the rcpubllca:.3 claim tho credit of udvaucing tho price of wheat, there is just as much reason for the democrats claiming credit for tho refreshing rain, which wo have just had, and for tho better condition of the yellow fever bUlTurcrs I11 tho ouuth. it-su- es that was for necessary expenses. It is bv J. W. of Minneapolis. rather a small amount to use in getting Tho wounded man's wife was so seri- Springfield votctf 95) to fS for water ball waa played hero Lincoln revolts from "Boss" DaviLancasworks. on Saturday afternoon by the son and, following tho leadership of ter and tho Richmond teams. It was Tho Advocate is still talking about Walton, that intrepid knight of democvery interesting and resulted in tho Black Diamond Boone's railroad. racy, swings in line for Shackelford of the Richmond boys by .'JO to 0. Mark Wilson was appointed postmas-tnrn- t and elects entire county ticket by 200. Letcher Owsley, David lioss, Allss Tlollcv Hill: C. B. Statillll at Richmond Register. Eliza Lusk, J. L. McCarley and J. W. Pino Knot, both In Whitley, and Holon Mr. W. P. Walton, of tho I.NTKitioi: Hamilton deserve great credit for tho Sharp at Joi'ltXAL, is the happiest man In Lin splendid races they made, so do those Miss Lavlnia Bush, of Harrodsburg, coln county Ills county hns who were defeated by binall majorities, died of pneumonia, at the residence of been redeemed. His paper Is a owur as they all started in with great odds Dr. M. L. Forsythc, at 0::10 o'clock In :ho land. Hero's looking nt you against them. Wodnesduv evening. Miss Bush was Bro. W. Wo feel pretty well ourselves Mr. W. T. West received a telegram SO years old last June, having been over Rockcastle's vote. Alt. Vornon on Thursday announcing the Illness of born in 1817, says tho Democrat. Signal. his daughter, Miss Minnie, at Bristol, Gov. Bradldy pardoned Robert Two prisoners manacled togother Tcnn., where she has been attending of Somerset, who has served school. He went thither and repot ts three years of a term for kill- mapo a dash for liberty from a New that she has typhoid fever. Dr. H. C. ing a man named Brlnkloy. The par- York fast train. They wero on the Herring and G. S. Gainos sent word to don was asked by two trial judges and way to tho penitentiary. A f tor a roll down an embankment they wero captheir daughters, who are at tho sumo tho Commonwealth's attorney. school, to return homo, which they did Hradlov has named Hon. It. P. tured. Hnw Heavy snow storms aro reported in on Saturday. Jacobs, of Danville, and J. W. Among tho many letters of congratuof Richmond, delegates from South Davota. lation received by Hon. George T. Far-ri.- tho State at large to the National Fishtho one sent by Hon. 13. B. King is ery Conirross at Tampa, Fla., Jan. 10 Hnw Aro Yniir KirinoucO most excellent. Ho said that ho was and John E. Storms, of Lancaster, from not aware that tho groat "Fair-istheSthand Charles M. Randall, of DR. HOBBS Wheel, of Lincoln Park, Chicago, was London, from tho 11th district. s, after him, but that he has been rolled At Hot J. C. Powell, a SPARA6US KIDNEY over. Mr. Farris only spent ?7.o0 dur- prominent citizen of Middlesboro, was ing his canvass for Stato Senator, and accidentally shot and fatally wounded PILLS do-fe- at Yos-cmitto-da- y. THKOWN AT THK I. J. KUITOR. A "Word H. D. PHILLIPS. Get you rPlmvrii and Haircut nt lllnlui-moroHurler Shop. Ho Is tho hllcUi-rt- t and CD best burlier In Crab Orchard, Ky. Gun and Look Smith. STANmiH), KY. AH SHELBY & SHELBY, .... LIVERY.FEED&'SALE STABLE Proprietors. UlihoUtwinir klinliof retiring cjty doc rlf hnuurtlon cumoml. at rramuilila FIRE INSURANCE Insurance Company, OF I1RUUKLVN. Junction City, l.y. urst-uia reasonable, rates. mmouu, A respcctluliy solicited prompt attention, Terr portion of Tour iwlritiiai-- l e IS T. L. SHELTON, KY., ROWLAND. Has Gone "Back into the Coal Biibinesrf, And will keen rotistuntlv on bund tho Jolll- co. Palls llrnnrh and other Ini Coal and link tho titriuugu (if tho public, Miinford friends Mho uuiit t'oftl can leave order with J. II. lllg(,'liiH, wblcb will receive prmniit nl- T. I.. MII.I.TU.N tl'lltltlll live-ye- ar Caledonian Co., : Insurance 1HCJC. of Scotland. KOU.N'IJICU n, s, I """"'" MniS ""' '!' SON, R.B.MAHONY.Agt., hTANrOltp, KV. DEHLERS IN COKL. NOEL Cruwltii!, & 6 Order Uffirr and l"eel l.xiluner, t Corn nml liny. nf-a- r Sp-Ing- Stanford; - - IContuolcy. Vard, II Cud Mill Mrtvt, Utfly J Hlflslun. SatUfactlon Kuarantrrd. WK IIAVK htnt't, tho lUUroi.1 3STOTICE ! n, to-4- . two-third- I machinery has gone to tho Willis Gkifpin, Mt. Vernon, Ky. predicted four months ago. Xot n glittering band wa8j)oko of that onco Look Out for Some Iiitvrttlni; I'rki In gon he daddied is left. And on the of election his friends proposed to day ! soil the running gear. And now his : Kidney Pills. friends say, ''My God, Boss Davison, where are you at?" You have led 11s to the altar, but oh my God you forgot Bros., McKinney STAN TO HI), KV to pray and tho hhlp Is sinking and by tho time yon declare yourself for Congress, your ship will bo landed salcly in the bottom of tho boa from a bomb LIndortalcor, from J. B. McCreary's great big gun. Kentucky Dick is county judge und the Hustonvillo, Little independent ticket will be count entire hUservlcea to the ople of West Lincoln t). R. TOTTI2C, and Casey counties. Full ttock of Cothuiaud Cask. cd in. . euaiwaraou liatut. low round trip 'rates are now in Marotsburg, Ky. I). S. Ciarivnter Manager. 03 effect to Florida and other winter At Logansport, Ind., John Mcintosh Co resorts for the season of '97 '98 was throw.) out of a saloon because he Farmers via the QUEEN & CRESCENT became boisterous. Die returned a few ROUTE from all points Noith. OK STANFOllli, KV. minutes later and killed the saloon The train service of the Queen two Paid up Capital, keeper and seriously wounded his $200,000 00 & Crescent from the North via brothers and sister. Surplus, 17,603 80 Cincinnati is the finest in the Mrs. Cannon, mother of Von Cannon, Hy prorUlum of are who lost his life in a foot ball game in fully protecUtl as aro ll charter,In deu!lor llanki,a South. Vestibulcd trains make depositors Natbiual liareholden liable to Atlanta, has written u letter to Kepre. Its extent of the bvlni; held lndhidually therein at fast schedules, with through sleepniimuntof their stock the ers to principal Southern Cities. sentatlvo Nevin, in which sho says: the par value thereof, In addition to thoauiount In null shares. ad request that my mlnlstiator, trustee, Ac.,ltinayat!u an Individual. Wrlle for Information to 'Grant mo the right to as fully as W. C. itlnearion, General Passenger Agent, lo thixu who boys' death should not bo used to de- edTendering our thanks we trust they haru entrust- Cincinnati, O. to their will continue object of his to do so, buslnesH oilerHi, u Kuaruntco for prompt atfeat the most cherished as and we I'lIU am entirely recovered. I think your Hura:u Kidney 1'lllUone of the Krcalet kidney remcdlen of the ace, and It gives me treat pteanurr to recommend it." Joi usal Will, II. Hknnktt, Prospect, Ky. you be so kind as Dkau Silt. Will "Tlic pills you refer to were for Mr. Mar. to tell the people what has become of caret C.rlfflu, mynlfa. They havo cured her, ha Homo the pills left. We cannot tho Gray Gelding? I see tho whole and shetoo highly ofof your Sparagua Kidney siicak devil, as AND PCLLUU IT IN To the Keillor of the Interior HIM. ously atTcctcd by the shot that sho is JlXlt'J ItORM. a. t. KMnfri and not expected to recover, btromoerg tho lllootl rroni trio Acid atu) other 1'urir.im Im puruir. crazed with iify iure Kneuinutliitn. Ili..k..k.. was arrested nnd Is almost Rii.Ji,i'SVir.,i:nJ.r.?,;u': 1,,tt""cr gi ief over the accident. "I hare been nulTerlnir with kidney trouble, pains In my back and loin (or Mvera! rar r and after taking one box of your Siarairus INTO HIS HOLE can say I Ti-"-'- W UITI CTRtD IHOrSlXDS Of Wflik Baclrc. " Cr,k All iwrwnv deslrlne 1mU for piaHk fentc, raUlus or wire finroraii nnd what they wantat iuy t.i,Fhear CUr Creek, on the plk lr.Uiiir from Crab Orchard to Slaufrd I ki keej.on han.l ...ippljof pUtik for fmtii. All kind of lumber f.ir ImlMliu puri-ivultrtlmardt and ililiiitlr. All irvim ,Ulrlt.k' nr Ihli kind can oall 011 wo at mr n.irv ttmrCnUr pot ami anllof 3 u. W. MNtJI.inuN. v..i JUST RETURNED 1'roin. Kid-nc- TINNING N now SO. J. "T.Jones, & PLUMBING, K1Y., I'ltimldtir-nn- The Markets With 11 STANFORD, irtmnfl to A. blcj I.lno of Tliiulne;. N)li proiirlutor of Demi lllni'k Dliimoiul ICtNif I ni nt. IVlKiihoiie Ko. SIioii on Mill do nil kinds of H. lIuuRbmnii Coa Mill. St.. opp-tlt- 2.tf J. fi&W QOODS. A WOIII) TO PROPERTY OWNERS. Aro you Injured ? If not, wbv not? Thou-kiiiuof dwelling und bariii j;ool ns jours PARAGUS NEXT ISSUE Are Destroyed by dollar. Hver.v Penny's Drug Store, Tanner Fire or Lightning within 21 tbo to lovs bv J h in nu iKitrouncu J. T. SUTTON, OBc-r- i Winter Tourist year. Involvliic tho loss of millions of Why nhuulil ym uxiivct toutcniio from yeur to your r Your Proporty May Bum Within u yeiir, within n motitb, Why bbotild you iSKhi of yours of IioiimI toll ti wliK.ln flf.. ulil.il. ...... .1.. .. .........,...,.,,.,,..,, t,,,, i,mlrv hour 7 Sjllcltlup ii hliurc of your bourn. U0SlK.'Ctfllll, ... ucou-tutilatl- JESSE General Agmit. Join 11. Bank&Trnst .... m D. WEARE2T, Stanford, Ky , CAsrmiux. (I, IaiiAif, INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. BH&BBE S. CnSTLEME. MANAdKItS, fec-tio- u Who cool woman the baby, as well ai tho good at tliiiei who InoVi after her home, will Uitlitroubled with They will run down In health loworsplttllts. liwdsiehM, utefpleiMiCM , fainting orill7ZVpell5. Tho w.it woiiilerfulrciiiedy Ibr of llltter-the, nuiiin IU Klectrlc and Weak TlioiMnUt rUe knluey from Jiue Hark far wo ... 1. i.i.wl It U t he med clue iinalo 1 oiuplalnt and Ni-- oui troubles of men. roIk'Tod by Iheiuoof l.lectrl -- M Irln.l urnwion Delicate woiucu kiiouiu kbcii uu. ivuicuj lllttera bot-lon hand to build up the systtm. Only 30c 1 or sale bv W. U. McItolrts. . eullc-rer- s 1 Tho Coming Woman. to tho club while hvr liutluud teiuU tention to i.iiue our "(Mean' uxivrlumii In l,.i nlr. llK and ns lilioral aicoiuiiiiKlatloui as are conslstcul Willi wiuud iiankin,,'. DIKBCTOH5. I cents for flue Art colored Lithographs o hend Lookout Mountain nnd Chlckatiiaua. 10 J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; it. 11. uuiuiiiiiis. rrcaciiersville: J. S Owsley, Kr., J. II. Uwslvy. William Oooch, S. II. Shanks. H. J. Lmbry, J. F. Cash. J, K. Lynn, A. W. CnrrientiTT ' J. . Menefee. oKricrKS. S. II. Shanks. President; J. II. Owsley, Cadiler; FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFOUI), KY. Oommcrco IBuilding, Louisville, Agents Throughout tho oulh. Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus, 515.750 Un-de- W. A. 'I-oei- TELXBBtiS, Agent, ir e. every tiling for Orchard, Lawn nnd Gnrden. VTo nave no nguuts but Bell dlroct to tho ,,! uiUi, saving enormous commissions. Cat-uloit- ue The University of Cincinnati Eleven defeated tho Centre College team 10 to FALL, 1897. 0 at Danville Saturday afternoon. b'tby, apparently healAn Tree-- . Full btocks of Fruit and Oruumuutul OrniMi Vine-.- . Small I'rults, Asparagus und thy and perfectly formed, id a ourloaity nl v wonderful r.riiii n 1. nfcoinidlslied by the reu'ar This is no experiment, and would be ,ow lo the pioprUtars, did they not k phsl-clan- t s of the would Invariably cure. Many practice best with aro now using It In their results, and are relying on It .11 .nustatfcevereH.cajels THC W . It is guarauliv.1. trial butllu liec llolwris' Drug Store. lbguUrslze W cents and SI '". Thoroughbred irreat merit ?... .... 1 Freo of Charge to Sufferers. Cut this out and tako It to your driifKt and get KIuk' New IHscojerv awmi.lelxjttlorrteofDr ...... '..t not i..n rniitrhn anil Colil. 1 hey iuh.u.iih.....i"----Ii.i- i I.., iii.i,:.. .v.. ...- . ...a n... Iwloro trIH! you to buy remedy, aud i...t !i.1iiii. Bn-a- WslHHHMslw&stss Bt,UC-QtA.S3 Duroc Jersey W& Attention of tho public Is called to the f ict that r this Is the ouly National Hank In Stanford. tho provisions ol tho National Hank Act diiusiuiraarocccurcd not only by tho capital stock, W. M. Urlglit, Teller but by the stockholders' liability lor an amount equal tu the stock so that depositors of this Instltu. Ion re. secured by a fund ol gJCO.ooo. Klvo sworn statements of the condition ol the Hank are mail each year to tho United States (lovernincntand Its asMts are examined at staled times by government agents, thus securing additional und perfect sulci to i1eioltors. This Institution orlclually established as Hie Deposit llank of Stanford In l&M, then reorganized at Ihe National Hank ufhlautord In 1HUS andaKaln reoranUed us the First National Hank of Stanford lu ls'., Ins hid praetlcilly an uninterrupted exist-eiic- e for 85 years. It Is better supplied now will l.tcillltes for transacting buidnes proinjitly uud liberally than ever before in its long and houorable HERO career. Aifoimts of Individuals, fiduciaries, llnus ar.d Individuals solicited. HODS, DIKECTORS. Stanfohd, - . J7tf . Kentucky. J. B. HIGGIN DEALKIt KN sf Farm Wagons, Plea ure Vehicles, at Auderaou, Ind. detachment of militia has been culled out at Eutaw, AIu , to protect a Negro who had outruged a little girl. A on application H R UILLEJiMEYEB. to 63 Lexlnrton, Ky. UUCUM -- lru'tu f y breeders were electcl from the liet.1 hcrdj of The ixot salvo In the world lor cuts,, bruUos of this of swine In several Suites A sorts, ubers.salt rheum, lever sons, tetter, chap- splendid lot of pls of dlllerent agts for de llrrd ped hands, rniluluUis, corns aud all bklii eruptions, sonsasiieflaliv Satisfaction guamritei-it positively tures piles or no pny Address cuaraJtecd toglve perfect iutisuiiion uriuoiiey R. H. BRONAUGH, l'rict 25 edits per box. rorsale by S.U. Mcilobcrts, UrUirgUt. trab Orchard, Ky. oait. faiuou-.brrx- Its F. Held, Llncfiln Co.; S. T. Harris, " " J.S. Hncker, JIcKlnuey. K. Tanner, J.II.Colller.Crab Orcb'd; M, D.Klmore. Stanford. 1 J. W. Harden, Stanford 8. II. llaughuiau, T F. Hill, W. A. Trlbble, M. J. Miller, lit. Vernon Agricultural implements, High-Grud- o Fcrtiliaertj uud Coal. Street, opposite KlmoroV Smro, StanfoM, Kentucky. Oflico on Goods Warranted ns Konresoiitcd. Miil orriciKS. J. S, Hockcr, Trcsldent; A. A. . ... ... Mi'Klnnnr. ,4 J.J. Au'iimiP..!.!.. MdtoberU Cashier ! J.L.TOTTEN. Saliman. -