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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897111201 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. f SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVI. MATRIMONIAL. hia wlfu persists in whistling. Jolin White, ft widower of 03, wns married nt Clinton, Ind., to SulliuJiuncH. U John Brown, aged 1", and Miss Daisy Dukcr, II, eloped from Columbus, O., to Cleveland and were made one. J. W. Chandler, aged 78, and Miss Nancy Helehor, 74, lover for f yearn, obtained marriago license nt KuBsell-vlll- e hint, week. Tho wedding of Charles A. Hardin, of Hurrodahurg, and Misit Mary Potter was (solemnized at Shelby vllle in u brilA Now Y Walter Forrester's Letter INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12. 1897. NO. 73 ley, Blackburn, Wlllson, Goebel, Evans, Beckham, Bii.'kucr, Brouston, Hays, Holt ,uid the like, respect each other rou'unllo of political dllToi eiicos, but Hunter, DiOmkj and Todd and tholr Bortdo not belong on tho same earth with the representative men that havo been accustomed to look to for leadership In their respective Ken-tucklans LANCASTER. FltAN'icroitT, Nov. 0th. -- Tho result tho election just had in Kentucky, settles a good many more tilings than the appellato clerkship race; it settles tho future of politics in this State for many years barring a miracle of course. Tho overwhelming victory of Shackelford means that there will be butono democratic party in Kentucky; that the picture of Thomas JeHerson and his llg leaves will never again appear on a ballot hi this State: that William Goebel, P. P. Johnson or P. Wat Har din will bo tho next governor; and that liant manner. Jo Blackburn will succeed Senator Itecent statistics show that there are Lindsay. in the United Suites 7D.S0O divorced Tho miracle that might change this ixirsons, of whom U,r82 are men and program is tho reoganization of the rewomen. publican pjrty upon tho lines of lb!).), Mrs. Mary Kennel, who a week ago for tho gold standard against the free jumped from ft second story In Lexing- solnngo of silver, with such u complete ton because sho was mad at her change of leaders us would satisfy tho died of her Injuries. "sound money" men that tho republiWlllard Davis and Miss Lula can party in Kentucky stands for a Charles Clubbo and Miss Viola principle and not merely for pie. And Davis, of Nlcholiwvllle, were' tho prin- then to furnish an oportunlty for such cipals hi n double wedding at tho l'hii'-nl- x a miracle to operate In Kentucky, tho Hotel, Lexington. MeKluley administration must give up Miss Susie Shropshire and Koddle tho policy of lying und deceit In party V. Hroaddus, deaf mutes of Fajotte, M)lllics that Mark Hanna has madothe were married. Huv. J. A. Cheek, guiding principle no far; the criminal formerly of the D. and I). Institute at alliance with the itifamous A. P. A. orDanville, tied the knot In the sign lan- ganization in Kentucky, Kansas and guage. success- Michigan, must be repudiated: und Hon. Samuel McKlnloy must reverse his policy Kentucky ful candidate for clerk of the of teniK)rlzlng on thu currency quesmarried at court of appeals, win tion as ho did by sending that ridicuMinn., to Miss Mariamnor lous, roving commission to work a poSenator Win. Goebel, of litical stage illusion with a proposition was lost man. to tho Kuropean for Invitations are out to the marriage of tho reopening of mouotnry owerscointhe mint! to the Smiley, of Louisville, Mr. John Field age of silver, well knowing that thoy ton of Mrs. Kale Duddornr, of this would emphatically refuse to consider place, to Miss Ida Evii, daughter of ceremony it. Mrs. T. C. II. Vance. The In Kentucky, with Bradley, Wilson, will bo at tho First Christian Church, Wood and tholr kind, set aside for such 21, at 12 M. Louisville, Nov. o adventurers as Hunter, Todd and Tho marriage of Miss Florence Jenund the whole organization in the kins was holemnUwl Tuesday night at Statu turned over to piu and the home of Mr. I). W. Dunn and is A. P. A. M'oundrels; with hunters tho Franka beautidescribed by the Advocate as Miss fort penltuntlary reeking with the ful chrysanthemum wedding. buaudal of the chair contract job; with Jenkins has frequently vlsltod here the decent element of old line republiwhere she has many friends. In cans driven out of thu organization to Judge Thompson, of Ioulsvlllo. mako room for thu worst scoundrels parsing on a family row. took a tilt at Said that have sloughed olT from thu demo mothur-ln-law- . tho oft maligned "I think more families aro broken cratic party, and with tho republican "loadem" ostentatiously parading the up by the Interference of tho wife's Negro question and associating on mother than anything else. When peo- terms of social equality with Negroes ple enter Into the matrimonial state in M)lico uniforms: What chance Is they make their own bed." iii Mary Inn i, Miss Alice Thomason there to get gold standard democrats to vote with them again, soon ? And what and C. L. Laughlln were opposing canchance has the republican party withdidates for school superintendent. The aid of a large part of the demoman was victorious, whoroupon he Im- out the lady Blinro cratic party ? mediately proosed that the Tho big democratic majority in the the iwrqulsltes of tho olllco with him. assented and they will bo married next Legislature will begin to InvestiShe gate the prison scandal and the rottenIn duo season. hus- ness of tho last Senatorial contest, and A I'adiicah girt idvertlsod for a band. Among tho many who bid for thu incompetent olll(cians who have her hand, sho accepted Lu Sanchez, a been playing ut olitIe for a few young hoapogmco from out West. Ho mouths are still buzzing und bumping Insured her life and Sunday sho was their heads about thu dickering candlefound at their homo in Denver with her light of tholr acclJental tenure of ofbrains blown out. Her husband Is un- fice. L, Hunter and Deboe tried to make a der arrest for tho killing. Doollti and Miss Nellie fusion of republicans and policy-sho- n Mr. Thomas Kay, of Huckeye, Garrard county, wore democrats in Covington to beat Senator united In the bonds of matrimony by William Goebel; and'Goebel will have Kev. J. II. Crouch hero yesterday. his inning in January. What a mer They were accompanied by Mr. Leslie ciless Investigation It will be, with Tcatcr and Miss Marlon Hay and Mr. Goebel and Dronston to conduct it ! F. O. Kay and wife. Mr. John L. Hay' How much bettor it would havo been of tho Louisville Store, piloted tho for thu republicans who wanted to continue in olllcc to havo devoted themcouple through In safety. girl who selves to tho faithful discharge of their Maria Harborl, tho Italian murdered her lover, Domenlco Coltol-do- , duties, rather than to have spend their and was sentenced to death after two years of supremacy in a wild olTort tho first trial, has been married under to follow tho Hunter spectacular circumstances to FrancUi'o Faola Hruno. Tho marriago was ar through all tho devious and disreputaranged by tho Now York Journal, after ble windings of his sneaking political It had succeeded In getting the girl ac- course. quitted. Tho result of the election shows that At KIrksville Wednesday, Kov. II. tho people of Kentucky prefer u Kensaid tho words that uniN. Faul-'ontucky gentleman like Jo. Hlackburn to ted tho lives of K. P. Fox, Jr., of Rich- an unidentified carpet-baggliko mond, and Miss Alllo, tho handsome Hunter; and the rule of tho Negro, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Davo Walk- A. P. A. and tho knownothing will not er, of Madison. Tho attendants were bo tolerated. Mark Hanna will not Misses Minnie Dunn, Hessio and Pearl send another "Sam Taylor," to run a Burnsldo and Messrs. J. P. and Charles session of tho Kentucky Legislature. Chcnault and Davo Walker. Tho par- Kentucky has formally indorsed Gov. ty camo nt once to Stanford and regis- Bradley's famous message to Hanna to tered at tho Myers House, tho nowly mind his own business. It is out of wedded leaving that night for Knox-vill- place to say to the Huutcritcs, ''I told Tenn., and Ashcvllle, N. C. The you so," because nobody with any pogroom Is a good business man and tho litical senso over doubted tho disasbrido a very lovablo young lady. On trous results that would follow tho their return from tholr tour, they will trickery, bribery und goneral usslnln-it- y make Richmond tholr home. und rasculity of the last Legislaof :tV-21Haro York mini wiiiUh u divorce iu bus-ban- d, Hoi-ma- n, . Du-mil- l, Ma-golll- n. u, De-bo- h: small-heade- d or er e, Better goods and lower prices we Tuesday. The weather was never finer in NoMr. T. C. Gulley has opened n good give you and save your toll to vember than It Is at present. stock trade with Philip Saner & Pat-toDanville. W. J. Sparks, democratlo chuirmnn of Northern Ohio. Thoy have of this county, did valiant service for shipped 2.') : loads of cattle and 10 loads tho cause. of sheep, from this and Madison coun TI1K DELIGHTS OF TEKiflS. J. L. From man & Co., Danville. Mr. and Mrs. luce have gono to ties within tho last two months. house keeping, having rented rooms Do you need glasses? Then have In the brick hotel. your eyes tested and spectacles proper Tho Mt. Vernon Republican has sus- ly fitted. Dr. Harry M. Barg, the op J pended. The last copy was Issued tho tlcian, will I be with Thompson, the week before the election. Jeweler, Lancaster, on Friday and Sat Mrs. Clco Brown entertained n iiuin-b- urday, Nov. 10 and 20. No charges fcr By of friends Wednesday evening In examination. 2t. her usual charming manner. The fiscal court convened on Wed Mr. George McCoy has sold his resi- nesday to take some steps regarding dence to Mr. L. King. Tho former the purchuso of tho turnpikes, as the Caused consternation expects to move to Winchester. bjnd issue carried. It adjourned to prices on "store goods 'among fellow merchants Any body killed ? No, but high was blown "all to Hinders." Just a few cents aro left hangTho protracted meeting at Muret-bur- g meet again on Friday, Nov, 19th, tho ing on lo prices where the dollar used to be prominent. See my Ladies' and Gents, continues with unabated interest. olllccrs and stockholders of tho roads It is conducted by FJder Joo Sovoi-utic- being notified to have representatives present. It is reported that the couit Mrs. J. L. Joplin is sulTorlng from a will submit the question of the validi- My WINTER UNDERWEAR alloc to 45c, and Teamster's Gloves at 20c. painful accident to her right eye. ty of the bonds, nnd have tho matter Ladles' como buy your Spool Thread at Site per dozen for ( laik's Best Six Cord. While pounding on a box of potash a settled at once. Come next week and get 20 pounds Granulated Sugar for $1. A Nico Mantle piece struck her iu tho eye, causing In order to avoid repeating at the Clock Given Away to the customer hiding the biggest bill of goods SatursutTering. polls, or voting twice or more, to pre- day, Nov. 18th. Don't fail to contest for it. Prof. Edgar Albright will give an vent disputes as to who aro legal voelegant gold mednl at the close of his ters and to llx tho lloater so that he can school to the best speaker lu a class of only sell once, I will request Senator IIcKiiHKy, Ivy. young ladies. MIm, Kiln Joplin, his as- Farris to introduce a bill favoring a sistant teachor, will olfor a second general registration law. Thu beneprize. fits to be derived from such a law arc The trial of SherllT Mullins and the apparent. Much corruption would bo men summoned by him to keep the averted and none but legal votes would peace at Crooked Creek precinct tho bo east. Any one who would oppose day of the election Is bolng held to- that system does not J lavor a fair elecday (Thursday) baforo Mr. Hiram Mo- tion. s?:? There is much talk of irregularities 'Mj Falls ld nney. !Mi Branch, Birds-Eye- , Cannel, Nut and Lump Coals. Mrs. Kirby will glvo a recital at tlo atdltrerent polls during tho election o next Friday evening. und of tho probability of contests, ljl We have enlarged our Coal Yards and will now carry Misses Mamio Jones, Margio MoClnry, where the majorities are small, but itjjj RIsso Williams and Muster McKenzio such proceeding has fulled to material- fif instock 5 cars of Coal of all descriptions and kinds. All M Brown and others will take part. All ize. Some claim that a contest would tj the miners are mininc and we will be able to sell vm. lit are cordially Invited to attend. Admis make A. D. Ford county judge nnd, of fo thing you want at any time. X course, others claim tho contrary. It sion free. pjl Buy from us and mvc money. is claimed that voters crowded around XjJj Wo had the pleasure Wednesday of dining with Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Wil- the )olls at one place and that tho vote liams, who entertained tho following was virtually takun by open ballot at friends In honor of their talented son, another, some parties seeing tho bal- mi Judge R. G. Williams: Mr. and Mrs. lots, and keeping a tally of the vote i James Marct, Mrs. H. J. McKlnney, during tho day. The returns from anMisses Carrio Lair. loin Housel, Risslo other poll aro said to bo Incomplete, as n record was made of contested ballots, Williams and Mr. Tom Stewart, Jr. L Mrs. Nannlo Albright has bought which could not bo found with tho retho residence belonging to Dr. E. J. turns. Other ballots did not clearly Brown, on Main street, to which she reveal the intention of the voter. The will move soon, when Mr. James I. time for filing notice of contest will exWhite will move to town, having rent- pire on Saturday, when wo shall see tho ( ed tho houso which she will vacate. result of the&c comments. , Mj. White's new position of commisFROM A GOOD DEMOCRAT. sioner keeps him very busy and necesMr. V. G. Lackey, of tho Law Desitates his living nearer his olllco. partment of tho M. K. & T. R. R writes: Muskooi:k, I. T. Enclosed please Mrs. James Carter and children arc find cheek for $2 in payment of my sub the guests of Curtis Gover. bcription to tho I. J., which has beRev. Farrer will preach at tho Chris- come, to me, one of the indispensnblcs : m tian church Sunday morning and eve- of life away from home. ning! 'A I was glad to learn from it this a. m. Mr. and Mrs. Riddle, of near Beo of the splendid victory of democracy in m Lick, are visiting her father, Mr. Iko the county, having already heard tho & llorron, on Mt. Vernon street. Our htock now complete at Lowest Cash Prices. good nows of triumph throughout tho m 1 Miss Mattlo Beazley, who has been State. Hero's congratulations to the m quite sick, is about well again. Mr. L. party, to tho victors, and to those IS? Elder continues on tho sick list. through whom this condition was m K Tho Christian AUIauco Society held brought about. m W2 their prayer meeting with Mrs. Cul-to- n Ono of tho chief objections to life .in i:i TS. last Saturday. Thoy will meet the Territory is that we are precluded tii Every thing Now and Latest Styles In Writing Paper, Tablets and Cards. fc there again Saturday. tho privilege of lending our votes to 5tf It Is reported here that Mrs. Laura thu cause, but tho time is not far disMooro will not be removed as matron tant, wo think, when such will not be if. of tho Lexington Asylum. Sho is well tho case. It Booms to us, .and the InDRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. tilted for the place and her friends dians reluctantly recognize it, that the m ?'4I hope sho will be retained. time for opculng up tho Territory and Wo greatly enjoy reading theobright for Statehood is near at hand. Then pieces written by Miss Lillian Bell, of thoro should bo no reason why these tho Ladles' Home Journal. Sho Is now fertile lands and this fine cllmato should not mako this one of tho best of all tho on u visit abroad und sho tolls of her States, gave old Kentucky. experiences in breezy terms. Tho With best wishes, I um, very truly, W. G. Lackey. writings of Kvaugclist Moody und Mrs. Bottom King's Daughters aro worth Mi'hueus and Shooting Sckaies. tho price of tho Magazine desired that u compilation of It Mrs. Smith, of Jcllleo, Tenn., form- everyi murder and serious shooting aferly Miss Myrtle Wilds, was with fray that over occurred In Lincoln county be hud, and I will bo glad if friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Henry n, Mr. John K. Roberts, aged t0, nnd Miss Lulu Wylle, aged 3S, were married on Wednesday. Dr. Elijah Evans bought of J. E. Stormes tho C. C. Stormes residence on Richmond Avenuo for $.'1,000. Elder George Gowen is conducting a successful meeting at Hubble, which parties. On tho whole, the ivsiilt of the elec- will continue until Sunday night. Constable-elec- t tion wasn't half in bad if you look at it T. G. Nunnolley. of from an honest Kentucky Mandnint, McKlnney, was iu our city Wednesday. beouii-'lcreaftcr flunterism will not J. Mort Rothwell has gono to Mobcrly, bo po.rlblc. WAt.TK.it P i:tU.STKI(. Mo., to attend the wedding of a relative. C. D. Powell Is on the sick list. MT. VERNON. Capl. T. A. Elkin went to Cincinnati It's All Over Now That we have the Finest -- OI'- Line Men's, Boys & Children's Clothing At Lower Prices than ever known TXZEJ G-LOB- E, A Bomb Thrown in McKinneu or Jacob Hommeistein. c. Neckwear at 5c to 25c. All Silk. JAOOB HUMMELSTEIN, I Til court-hou&- .v J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. II - HfSSStSSvSS:-SS:sM Ell" A ROO FING. FLOORING, yraK SIDING. w A. C.Sm& CEILING, crab" orchard. STANFORD, KT. FINISH. S&sy Farm and Yard Fence. fflmm&mmmims&mffim WINDOW GLASS. DRUGS, BOOKS AND STATIONERY. W. B. MoKOBSJUTS. i Gents Furnishing Goods Shoes, Heavy Boots, Pri HiilSM Clothing, Hats, H. -- Mc-Clur- o, Hubble, Dr. Herring reports Hon Wilmot's child' very low of membranous croup. J. A. Hammonds will pay Go per lb. for all the geeso and (He por lb. for all the turkoyB delivered nt Hubblo.George Gentry Hids. sold 23 cattle to Wood at :W0. G. A. Swlnobroad sold to Cook & Koblnson soma 800 pound cattle at :H. Mr. Joe Swoiw and family are making tholr friends glad in this community by paying them a visit on tholrwav homo from Indianapolis to KnoxOur telephono lino from here to Stanford is ti settled thing, us tho stock is made up und work will begin soon. Tlio neighbors are ull rejoiced over tho prospect of speaking direct to Stun ford people. mx A' ,X ture. With honest Lieutenant Governor Worthington presiding over ttho Senate, und clean, fearless CrippsBoukham In tho speaker's ehulr in tho House, and Bill Lyons away waiting on Bill Deboe, tho only drawback to a really enjoyable session of tho Goneral Assembly will bo the continued presence of tho Into William Henry Jones, of Barron, in tho Senate. But tho Lord knoweth best, and it may bo for tho best that wo will have to endure Wil liara Ilonry for u littlo while longer. However, tho miserable crow that disgraced tho Stato In two sessions of tho Leglslaluro will never bo seen again. Decent Keutuckians liko Brad Judgo John Hrooks, of Crab to see his mother. Miss Suo Hopper, Adam M. Carpenter, Mllledgo-vlllof Louisville, a sister of big, brainy und J. G. Lynn, Halls Gap, Ware &, handsome Juracs W. Hopper, of tho Singleton, Turnersvllle, V. L. McCar-tvot Klngsville. V. K. Williams or Courier-JournstalT, was a guest of Dr. Tom Uohon, of Hiibtonville, U. W. Mrs. Martha Harris' family the post Glvens, of Hubble, Ed Tanner, of Messrs. Jennings und days. few or some oilier good men In Hughes, two of Lancaster's beaux, each of those pluces will bend mo tho camo over Sunday to beo two of our names of those that havo been killed sweetest and prettiest girls. Miss Mar- or wounded In their respective secgaret Buchanan, accompanied by Mr. tions. A bloody chapter can bo writArch McKlnney, Jr., ot btaniord, ar ten, which will not be devoid of good. J ok P. Watkiis. rived from Loulsvillo Wednesday. Information comes from tho South, Mr. J. W. Harris la adding to tho ox- where James Slaughter is lu business, of his recovery from tho yellow fover. Mrs. Sophia Carson Is visiting tho fam- .several entertaining und instructive ily of W. A. Carson this week. columns. Sam Morgan, of Scottsvillo, was killball bill passed the The anti-foo- t Lower FJouso of tho Georgia Legisla- ed by a falling tree which ho was cut-- ! ting. ture Ul to 8. Or-chur- d, o, al y, of MoKlnnoy, were horo Sunday Mr. 10. B. Caldwell, Jr., of Wayues-bur- g, "Rubber Coats, Mclutoshes, Trunks and Valises. Low. Terms Cash. J. McROBERTS. H, C. KUPLEY, TME MERCHANT TAILOR -- IsJ Receiving his- - FALL AND f WINTER J uoods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call: GOODS. vS , ., , -- 4h- - 4f. . - '& tu ' fcil J- i'"S1Mf.' J,-- T - A MUKDER case Is on trial at Now atten- THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Ky., - Nov 12. 1897 W. P. WALTON. ilf I tho National democrats nro willing to good toss up the sponge, can not WE rUo to call IT the pack of hounds convinco little Jo Parker that friend that are yelping iter Mr. Wntterson. his measly 1,000 votes give him no war Ho Is big game, wo admit, but enough rant for being "full of light V" Jo has of a thing is enough, we used to heap cut a big figure for three or four years ago. Mr. Wattereon has in the long now on a basis of puro nerve, and vory candidly said he Is done, and pardon for tho mixed metaphor while ho makes no confession of grief ho should know or bo mado to know over his course and seeks no aid or that "the plpo's gono out." Louisville comfort from any one, we know that he Times. and will continue to light is a democrat Tho glass men have raised tho prico for the principles of the party as he of glass; the cotton manufacturers at sees them. He is a valiant soldier who Fall River have cut tho wages of their has mado few mistakes, and the domy A MAN Is soon judged by tho operatives; the miners and smelters of alTord to inant wing of the party can he keeps. Timo was when Colorado have met at Denver and debo magnanimous to a man whose heart Justlco Pryor's democracy wa9 termined that lead shall hereafter be Is in tho right placo and to whom reundoubted and unquestioned. But in quoted at S4.2.J Instead of $3.7."). And publicanism is a9 repulsive as it is to an evil hour he became counsel for thus McKinley rules and Dlnglcylsm any of us. Mr. Wattcrson Is not in Hunter in the bribery cases against reigns at Washington and overy whero issue now and tho "reptile press" him and since then tho impression has a consumer and Fatherless, motherless, born without can bo should turn its attention to mntters of gono forth among oftlco seekers that he plundered. Louisville Times. sin, it came into tho world and went moro Import than tho abuso of the big is a republican and possessed of such $i 25 for a brocaded skirt, worth double. $1.75, new and very Tho democrats of Kentucky hnvo won right out again, did tho Stanford Comgest hearted and most brilliant writer a strong Hunter "pull," that he is in a notable victory because they Ignored mercial, republican. Tho result of tho elaborate designs, made with the finest linings and bindings, actual of tho day. dally receipt of requests for letters of their differences and mado common election in Lincoln county as well as Si. 50 each for fancy box plaid skirts in all colors. A FRIEND of Hunter told us before indorsement to Hunter by would-b- e re- causo against a common enemy. Ken- tho evident usolessncss of two (.Minors value S3. Thus is a long tucky needs onco moro In control of Its at Stanford, doubtless decided its Ohio the election that if it went republi- publican can he would not go to Guatemala, and honorable life clouded at its close, affairs tho broad, tolerant spirit of proprietor to discontinue. Meanwhile but stay in Kentucky and run for gov- and nil for the sake of a little fee. democracy. It needs an intelligent the Interior Journal, like Tenny ernor. The next day after tho result policy to reform our finances, to reor- son's Brook, goes on forovcr. So bo it The Owensboro Messenger has be12 pieces of all wool ladies' flannels, etc., 25c yard. One lot fancy wa9 known old gum shoo was In WashreSclnh !! Richmond Climax. gun to boom Hon. W. T. EIHh for gov- ganize our public institutions, to Suiting 34 inches wide at 15c per yard- - 36 inch all wool mix plaid ington begging for tho mission and duce taxation, to improve our schools ready to go at once. McKinley kindly ernor. He served thrco terms in nnd to restore order by the punishment Suiting t 50c per yard Fancy flannelette for wrappers at ice per Timely Warning! very crcultnbiy and is nn accommodated him and within a month Concress of crime. Louisville Post. In ptwted nnd Ladies' and Gents' Intend to prose- yard. My farm original freo stiver man. By marriage every he will bo sailing tho seas over if he Shouts Dr. Woods in tho Bowling cute ouch nuy wnv on poron caught many peoplo in is In any mv premise. UNDERWEAR Ladies' union suits at .ice. Ladies' rihhrii vsr does imitato McGlnty and go to the bot- ho connected with I M. WARE, MrKlnnov. this county, Casey, Adair, Russell and Green Courier: Did Kentucky is re tom thereof, which would not be a bad at 15c. Ladies' Egyptian ribbed vests and pants, silk trimmed, at 25 deemed and the rightful authorities idea. It is a happy thought that in Wayne, his first wife being a daughter aro reinstated. Shackelford, reprecents each Gentlemen's all wool shirts and pants at $1 suit. Gents of the late C. R. Coffey, of Casey, who getting rid of republicans generally, D. W. senting the true democracy, has carhas many relatives. white and gray Merino shirts at 25c. Gents' fleece lined shirts and wo will be spared tho presence of this of Stanford, Is his brother-in-la- ried the State byn sweeping majority Tor Salt rurnltnro nnd lease of tlio lOft drawers at Si suit. man, who Is not only a disgrace to his Vandeveer, enpaying Hotel at Jclllco. Twin. Twe ntyflvo and John W. Whipp, of Casey, and tho democrats aro full of joyous party, but the State which has had to OVERCOATS. Examine our line of Overcoats. You are sure of couragement. From overy quarter rooms, thoroughly enulpped. Locution, marA. N. R. R. claim him. Let him soon depart and another. His brother, Dr. Ellis, has lifted its victorious depot, oiipoMto Southern .ind I. Address a bargain out of them. democracy Sickness cause for selling. a daughter of Mr. Whipp. Mr. then may we never look upon his like ried adfor easy terms, BOOTS. Wc have the largest line and most varied assortment c f Ellis married a Miss Miller, of Louis shout. This Is tho party which has again. PROPRIETOR HOTEL DESMOND. as a vocated a restoration of ville, the last time and she is still llv money standard of value, silver whose boots in this section of the country. Look at our line before you buy. Jclllco, Tumi. and IN an interview published yesterday, ing. hope of restoration has been declarC(i Gov. Bradley brands as cowardly and In Bath county where the only suc- as dead as African slavery. 140 comtemptlble, Tom Pcttit's charges cessful resistance was mado against the AT A- News Briefly Told e that there is a "Damonian link between raiders, the proposition to him and tho democratic leaders," be- make the pikes free was doteated and Daniel Adams, a Letcher county cause ho did not send the inspector to Judge Gudgell, who made manly efforts AUltlIAKSKY CO, I'nonurronfl. was killed while resisting arIn order to niTivt Immediate sale. I will Daviess county to prostitute tho power to put down the raiders, was also defeat rest. T. I). HANKY. Manaokh. offer ut prlvatu sale until thu 21th Inst., at n of tho government to make nn attack ed. A certain class of peoplo over there A family of four persons was acci- Gtvat Hargaln mill Sacrllleo, tho Morelaml Paris CnrllBlo, Mt. Sterling, Hnrdstown, gov- seem to want free pikes, but desire to Lawrenceburg, ryntlilmia, Versailles homestead, on a political adversary. Tho dentally asphyxiated by gas at San of tho C. S. alxiut HO acres, on tho east side R. R., near Morelaud station. Georgetown, EHinbothtowti, Frankfort, nnd Maiickport, Ind. are hot stuff and make confiscate, instead of buy them. Judge Francisco. ernor's remarks During tho recent drouth this Turin u HordTom Tit look even smaller than he Is Gudgell's position on the turnpike Clarence New hull, a Louisville ed u ti abundance of good water, thorn Nlng physically or politically. No man in question may not have had the effect of youth, has beon made insane by the use flvo timer falling springs. About .sO ucros In gra, half of which has not been broken tho State has a sharper tongue or a defeating him, as he is a republican of cignrettes. tor over 10 jears. meaning business I wll' price To more caustic pen than Gov. Bradley and everything went against that party Albert Rlggcn, of Uartrauft, Tenn., this I arm, lotweou now and the 21th Inst , effectively when this time. and ho can uso both died at Mlddlesboro from excessive Ubo at a llguru thai should sell It. Tor sale beunjustly assailed as in this case. cause my Interest call nieeNowherc. Tltlo more for the causo of of cigarettes. No man did clear. A sovero storm destroyed 12 or 15 Teioh 83,000 cash; balance to suit purIN the agreed case to settle the ques- democracy in Rockcastlo or suffered KI). II. EDWARDS more for it than James Maret. He was dwellings and barns in Graves county. chaser. tion whether Weaver should be inaugMoroland, Ky., Nov. , ISiiT. urated mayor of Louisville Tuesday last abused, maligned and threatened by No lives were lost. Tho wholsale millinery store of Bare-for- d or next Tuesday, Judge Shackelford tho cowardly crow, but his satisfaction FUBLIC fc Lawson, in Louisville, was damlay-owill Miller, democrat, decided that Todd over having downed the could hold on auother week. Tho de- compensate him for all his trials and aged $30,000 by lire. 1IOYLK CIRCUIT COll'T. Tho sale of seats at tho cision, which Is doubtless tho proper tribulations. He showed his exulta Thos. McKobcrt. rialutliT, against J. w, foot ball traine at New York Guest, etc., Defendants. one, gave Todd and his minions a tion by printing the pictures of the Ily virtue of u Judgment of the Itojlo Cirimmediately em successful candidates in colors in the amounted to &1 1,000. chance, which they A tramp shot at Mrs. Mary Jones, of cuit Court In tho almve styled case, rondor-e- d braced, to elect two or three of their Signal of tho oth. at tho January term. iVltT, thureof, I will Elkton, Ind., when she refused to give favorites to pretty fat oHIces, which is of North Carolina, him something to eat. Gov. Rcssei.l, 15, the most regretable feature of the bus- is a bird. Caught up with riding on a Marie Ingles died in Leslie county iness. Among the places which will he free pass which is prohibited, by the from a wound Inflicted by a bullet 1M7, at l o'clock V. M.. or thereabout, of filled by republicans is that of wharf-mast- law, first day of tho Novumlier term he said that the prohibition was from her father's gun. the Itojlo County Court, sell to the highest with 82,500 a year and two oth- against the railroads issuing passes, the Wm. Taylor shot and killed Robert and le'st bidder at public outcry ers Sl.oOO each. thu town of Dantlllc, not against an olllcer accepting them. Ferguson in Clinton county becausu court lioiiso door Indescribed vli:; Ky., tho following prop'rtj, ifY The county of Kenton did a wise Tho governor is a hair splitter and can tho latter corrected one of the former's TWO TRACTS OF LAND thing at tho recent election by choos- split one with nccuraey East by South- sons. An unknown burglar shot Policemen ing threo commissioners to act In place west. Situate In Itnylu county. Ky, ! where was that flacld-iou- s Tom Ponder to death in an Atlanta saof the fiscal court, which tho law gives Plrst Tract dcsVrlbod ns follow : Sltuato Where, oh loon, which had been closed by the about two miles from tho town of Danville all the counties the right to do. If the individual, Judge Bill Yost, when sheriff. and on tho turnpike, road leading from Dancommissioners are chosen for their bus- the lights went out ? But come to on ville to Stanford and The insnno asylum at Milledgovlllo, by tho turnpike road txunded fromtho North lc.idnlg D.oivlllo iness qualifications and knowledge of think of it, nobody knows and no- Ga., caught fire, but Its 700 inmates r. ami tho lands of William improve- body cares. rescued. Only the Negro section to Lancaster were finance, they will be a great on tho South by the turnpike road leadwas burned. ing from Danville to Stanford, on tho cast ment over the averago magistrate, who Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Ham Shehan, of Maud, Washington by tho lands of Win. Yen rut and RcuIh-i- i POLITICS is usually an unworthy seeker of the county. Is a new applicant for fame, to Gentry's estate, anil on tho west by tho sec- -i Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c, olllco and incompetent to direct his own O. A. Reynolds was appointed post- which he will bo helped a good denl by ond tract herein below MvcriiKMi ami containing 2(11 acres. 2 roods and 10 poles, and his patronymic. fiscal affairs much less that of a coun- master at Covington. Room Opposite Court-Hou- se Square, Stanford, Ky on which J. V. thu same H. T. Halbert, the alleged murderer beingwife residedlaud January 2nd. lM)'--'. Guest ty. on Weaver's ollielal plurality for mayor of Capt. Thomas F. Hoobler, at Vance-bur- and Second tract described as follows: Situof Louisville is 2,747. Is said to have been captured at ate, about i miles from tho town of In the rush of matter and tho crush Charles M. Embry, of Madison, is a Brownstown, W. Va. and adjoins tho tract aboe decsrlbed, of worlds, Poor Tony Carroll, secreCapt. Felix Biirgerstaff, for 10 years ami Is bouudod on tho north by thu turnpike of tho next candidate for road leading from D.uivlllo to tary of tho gold bug organization, House. chief of police at Hopkinsville, and a thu south by tho turuplko road Lancaster, on prominent republican, is dead of D.invlllu to Stanford, on tho leading from seems to have been entirely lost sight east by tho Senator Callery, of Louisiana, says Bright's dlsen&o, aged (50. J above described, mid on tho west by tho of. We miss his cheerful dally predic" J Wm Stephen McMonlgle, of Corydon, laud war between the United States and Doram, and contain!) 40 acres property of of a largo vote for Hlndman and tions Ind., shot und killed his father when and 3 roods. Spain is inevitable. Withers shows the brightest, cleanest line of Furniture, to whip tho boys' mothfeel sad to think that wo shall hear no ho Each of mild two tracts will bo sold In one A change of '19 votes would have giv- er. threatened was drinking. as a whole; tho tract lirxt described lcdy Tho father moro from him. Sic transit gloria en Gorman nine more supporters in tho Toll "ato ralda havo begun again in abovu will bo first Hold and If It does not and gono mundi. Wo aro here y nwiroasum sumcieiino pay Maryland Legislature and tho control Bath county. Threo gated wore do- - cosu, in uus nun, iiiiiuunuiig inuoeutsana wi and there Is no help in us. Btrovcatjiinuay nignoanu ino Keepers t,1U(1 tll0 heC()lll tract wiujxisoid.c..,nuou. of that body. And if moro toll. to collect no mM 8Um frotn tll0 Our old friend and fellow worker in warned Yukon Company will build a of S2S.740 50 0 of mtU sa,,i ,rftetS) thounder-rallroa- d Tho N not renllred, then Wall Paper, Window Shades, Rugs. Portieres and Lace Curtains. I Two democratic editors was trium- the journalistic world, Judge W. M. in the gold Holds and has lot signed Commissioner will, phantly elected last week, John H, Flnley, was elected clerk of the board a the building of boats to keep the stock to select from. Price is an object. Loo' and you os M0SDA y decemiier nth, isw, c?'iV Westover, of the Wllllatnstown Cour-e- of councilmcn of Louisville. cost 81,000,000 in tho aggregate. will be convinced. NO- ' ciock, i. .u.,nr wiureaoouis, oeing mo to be county judgo of Grant and Uallattn, Tenn., In Hunter's homo precinct in Cum- ITro in tho country,lias ttlC tallCSt Ho is "l day of tho December term of tho Linfirst Bud Ilogan. Emmett Orr, of the Owenton News, to berland county, Finis Baker, Negro, CoUntV Court. HClt to eight feet tall and weighs only 150 coln lilriflor ut ntihlli mitsntho highest,t nnil I W- lHwt. ....v. .... .. n.v.(Tf In fr.wi IM tU i,. ... wild v .. bo representative from Sweet Owen. was R. M. pounds. His feet arc 18 inches long. elected magistrate over court hoUhO In tho town of Stanford, Ky., Editors have to cross so many people's Phillips, a white man, by 11. Branch Store at Ilustonville, II. It. Camnitz, Manager. While leading a danco with Miss tho 2 following described tracts of land, or as may ho Cora Meade, his alllanced brido, John wo much paths that generally they aro not popupay Judge W. F. Hall, who was defeated Hildobrand, of Delphos, O., broke a and ralsothereofhalanco duonecessary to hum upon thu lar enough to win offices, hut these two for circuit judge in tho Pineville dis- blood vessel and died in a few minutes. ahovu muntloned after the salu of siitd two thu In lloylo 6ecm to be of a different material. A. E. Itosenborger, convicted at tracts of land described county. trict, it is believed, will contest tho as Zancbvillc, O., for horse, stealing, ad- lu l'lrst tractcounty, Ky., follows: Sltuato Moss' majority is 2.'10. Lincoln und mits that ho has stolen DO odd horses about 273 acres, and lying at orcontaining The Richmond Climax demonstra- election. The Legislature wljl stand: Senate, and nearly 100 bicycles In tho last 8 town of Ural Orchard, iiiui situatednear tho on both ted during tho recent campaign that It 77 flnmnnrjits. nnd 11 republicans. sides of tho Wilderness turnpike mail, mid I years. Headed toy U. S. MODEL, 1)0. 38,353. is a power in the land. It did not wait r Henry Sommers, aged 22, fell from a adjoins thu lands of Mrs. I'arrls, It. 11. llro-- Son of Klever' Model, No. 21,719. tho Greatest breedlnif hoi? llvlnif. umi nnvmcvm Senators equalare 10 would jump, but There to beo how the cat Charllu Adams ly divided, and tho democrats elected passenger train at Sonora, Hardin uaugh,anil Includes tho and Georgo .Fames OLAUDH, No. 12.HUI, son of tho World'H Columbian Champion, Ulauile. No. ll.nnr. uua .. t Heirs, lauds Inherited by toppy young bonrtt ready for service. A iuw snow gms oiu enough to thought waded in from tho first and put in herbreed, and bred howh House, 75 dem- county, and it is caused byho can not re- J. W. uuest from his father. Jacob 19 of tho now Senators: a specialty, for halo, This stock Is strictly In ovcrv resnect. with the amputacover tho shook culean licks for democracy and its tickSecond tract described as follows : Sttua- - ' pedigrees. I'rlcea reasonable und satlsfaut 2.) republicans. guaranteed. Wrllojour wants or como nnd ocrats and tion of both his legs. iu hi i.iucom county, ivy., and iitninlng et. J. C. Chenault. A. D. Miller and 00 ,v hofVi, The court of appeals overruled tho 45 ftrrnH. nnfl iMMnrr uilrni, Iritwl Tho resignation of Collector T. J. voed to . a few fresh Jersey Cows for sale. Thoy aro good ones. A No Clarence E.Woods mako up a team Yandell, of tho Owensboro district, has mammoth petition for a rehearing of defendant J. W. Guest by tho .Master t'om- - ' Duck A. E. HU.vm.EY. ox 103, Danville! Ky. tho that is hard to head, no matter which been handed in and E. T. Franks was the building and loan associations, and inlsslouerof W. Lincoln Circuit Court on the decision is regarded as a final and behalf of II. Sale Karri" Heirs. way they are going. TERMS. will bo muclu on a credit of appointed. Mr. Yandell declines to ac- death blow to all such institutions. II months, equal pavmenU. and if cept the chief deputyship nnd says the Covington the other day, tho dlv und twelve will ho required to At THE constitutional amendment, which whole arrangement is a disgraceful e.xecuto who died 31 the purchaser body of Joseph Webber, bonds with approved Kiiruty, payable to tho was to give cities the right to levy tax- dicker. years ago, was found on being exhumed undersigned, having forco anil effect of a to Stanford College. Send es In any jvay they choose, was defeatHero in Kentucky tho returns leavo to bo In a perfect state of preservation. Judgment, and bearing Intereot from day of sale until paid at C per cent per annum, und otfioaat 10,000. Tho people wore no room for doubt. has full Courses of Study In all department. It has trained nnd experienced teach-urwill It was in an air tight metalic cotlln. Tho voters ed by It Jt has all needful facilities for tho thorough training of girls In nil crudes It was The steam whaler William Baylies with lieu retained on tho property us nddl- mado so sick of the now constitution, not huvo republicans ut any price. iiouai securely lor mo puymoni thereof. established for tho welfare and convenience of Stanford and Lincoln county. Let nil th Thoy will not have fnsion at any price. has arrived at San Francisco from Pox that thoy aro willing to let bail enough Thoy will not have a. third party, or Island with 17,000 pounds of bone, 100 Tho amount to lm raised by thu sale. In- - peoplo of Stanford and vicinity. Instead of dissipating their Inlluenco by iiutroiilzlni.' othau. costs, is 9.3,1-ier schools, rallj arouud tho Collego and give It their united anil hearty supiwrt alone, rather than fly to Ills, they know tako a middle courso at any price. barrels of oil, 30 packages of Ivory and ciuuing OIIAB. O. rox, Next Session ojmjih Sept. eth. l'or fell Information cull on Mrs. Saulloy it tho collecoor 11 whales. bIx hear skins. Her catch was Master Com'r Uoyle CIr. Court. Courier Journal. not of. wrlto for catalogue. M. SIIEI.TON, beg-gin- ir York that is attracting groat tion, that of Martin Thorno and Mrs. Augusta Nack for tho murdop of Win. Guidonsuppc. for a long time the murder was a mystery, but tho New York Journal, as usual, ferreted it out and on tho witness stand Wednesday tho woman confessed that she and Thorno decoyed the victim to n vacant house, on the pretense of renting It, and that there he was murdered while sho wait ed out in the yard for tho deed to bo done, and then hclncd to wrap the body in cloths and hido it at various points. Thorno Is suro to sit in the death chair and tho woman will too if sho gets her deserts. The only reason for the murder was tho persistence of Guidensuppe In his attentions to the woman, after sho had tried to give hlra the shake for Thorno. com-pancx-Chl- ef Senator Chandler, of Now Hampshire, has written n Jotter to tho Washington Post in which ho predicts: a democratic Congress In 1803, and a frco silver bill signed by W. J. Bryan as president, shortly after 1000 If tho re publican party abandons tho cause of bimetallism for tho gold standard. If, with 10,000 votes for Hlndman, C. B. Buckley, of Springfield, O., will try to ent two quail n day for .10 days on a wager of $10 nnd frco onso-rlwork for a year. If ho falls ho must keep his face covered with n mask for a month. Tho United States supromo court af Wideawake, firmed tho lower court of California In Ye Bargain Seekers ! anJ sec what a business revival. refusing to grant a writ of habeas cor- progressive people recognize and appreciate Low Prices and standard pus to Theodore Durrant, under sen- quality and fully realize the fact that they get both when they make tence of death for tho murder of Blanch their purchases at the Louisville Store. It is impossible to head us Lamont. Durrant will hnvo to hang. John Philips, a Bnrdstown saloon-- , in value rjiving power and a more convincing proof than over will keeper, was opening up his placo when be given this week. Examine these 'cw a man npproached and alined an umbrella at him. Philips thought it was an enemy with whom ho had recently had a dilllculty. Ho fired and George Bradley, a friend, dropped severely wounded. A freight train jumped tho track In Jacket and Cape Department brim full of bironins. J5. One lot of tho Seventh Street depot at Louisville all wool Heaver Cloth Jackets in black and dark colors, 58 value. and struck tho supports of the eastern end of tho steel shed, causing It to fall Si 25 for a handsome black Cape trimmed with braid and buttons. in ruins. Fortunately tho other end remained secure, nnd the sleepers es- $ for our all wool beaver cloth Capes, double or single Cape, trimcaped. In one sleeper vafc Gov. Brad med with fur and buttons Misses' and children's cloaks in great valey and a party of btatc olllclnls, bound riety. The for tho hdilyvillu penitentiary, loss will aggregato $17,000. al COME ON Low Prices ! : wage-work- er DRESS SKRTS pie-eater- s. Dress Goods. 1 trot-passl- Ex-May- or HOTEL. w ACRE FARM -- toll-gat- THE LOUISVILLE STORE. des-perad- o. GEEAT BARGAIN. Ktui-nenc- e, pel-soil- s Expert Glass Cutters. ut IMUWm uui Yale-Princeto- n Window Lights Furnished In All Sizes at the Lowest Prices. CRAIG S HOOKER. On Monday, Nov. e er !'i3S& UnDGKCAKIOG C. M'CLARY, I Yen-ge- Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. g, Dan-vll- lo door-keep- er u jaaixxi: ttcit) HJ to-da- Carpets, Matting, r, I . W. WITHERS. STANFORD. fliflU Locust Herd Reg. Poland CHinas. 'i . Hrst-cIii... hold-ove- ) I 4 Where to Send My Girl to School ? Ilcr s. I'iiesidknt. H.T i wx , j. -- . t-H uL. ' i jtiy 4 ,. A " i-t separate rooms, which Is not now done. Dilini) Peached, Apricots, Prunes A number of repairs are also suggested r Ittcsil oysters at .Joe per quart, re- for the jail as well as the greater use of and Apples at Warren Sc Shanks'. colved dally. John II. Meier. I disinfectants. Tho two clerk's olllces Stanford, Kv., -- Nov. 12, 1897 Hkautifl'I. lino of .Tiirdlnioi's just j Dksikahm: coitngo on Lo- - wore found to bo In good shape, The jury commissioners, Dr. J. T. jian avenuo for rent. Just vacated by received at Warren & Shanks. 13. N. Holler. J. Bohon, Hon. G. A. Lackey and' J. F. Peyton. ' E. C. Wai.tox, Uusixr-s- s Manaui:u. ITfllri.'im. nrii In nnxiilnn nrnrvirlnir thn Onyx Tables and Banquet , Salk. I will dispose of my entire lot for Lump. Dunks, the jeweler, Sco win- .Of a. of furniture ut auction at my residence and dow. I'UKSCltll'TioNS aro lllled rljjht Court was in session a short time yesIn Stanford, Nov. 20. H. Williams at right prices at Penny's Drug Store. terday but tho juries had been disSTOCK must he reduced. Special InASTKOMEits say that on tho night of missed till ducements to cash buyers. Come and PERSONALS. the Mth of this month, which is next sco. Mark Hardin. Which I am closing out out and which cost mc S1.50 and $2. Come RELIGIOUS. Sunday night, there will bo a fall of Is visiting friends In Mlts. Wm. Hick MY place for sale or rent privately. stars equal to if not exceeding tho in and look at them. Llchmoud. Dr. J. L. McKee's meeting at Pewco Possession to suit purchaser. Horses, shower away buck In 18.'l.'l. " ' Valley had 1(1 additions. Advocate. MissSadikLillahd went to Dun- - mules and cattle for sale. J. S. Hundvlllo Tuesday. Tho Rev. Ellas Culp committed sui. THE I.NTEItlOU JOUILNAL for OI10 r LCI LI ) , ; Mlt. I. W. Fish Iiiu been qulto sick ley, Stanford. cide near Goshen, Ind., by hnnglng. year and Smith's History of Kentucky for a few days, Hustonvilli:. Dr. W. R. Penny for 8.1.60. or $1.60 los than tho prlcoof HI health was the eaufc. AUNT UirrsY Nkvius Is visiting her will bo In Huston vllle, Nov. 15, prepar- the history. Now is your chance. Old Rev. J. II. Weaver, of Campbells- daughter at Lancaster. ed to practice dentistry In all its as well as new subscribers can Nike ad-- 1 vlUei wtn preach at tho Presbyterian Mlt. William Ooocii and wife went branches. Call and mako your engage- vantage of it. Delivery il'ie extra. church next Sunday morning. ?to Lexington yesterday. The Baptist church and live other ment early us Ills stay will bo limited. THE appellate court atllrms the de- buildings at Gatesvlllo, this State, Mits.J.S. Rick spent several dayB u'. cision of tho Lincoln circuit court In were blown down Tuesday night. In Louisville this week. THE teachers meeting for tho Mahy Davikss Duihikuau Miss magisterial district will bo tho case of J. S. Hundley vs the L. it Rev. D. D. Forward, Baptist minister gave him $1,500 for stopping at bhelybville, has received a call to went to Danvillo Wednesday. held at tho Union church at Moreland N., which hlspassway by making an embank-- 1 tako char),0 07thc Baptist church at . Mlt. J. II. SOWDKIl Is back and has on Saturday, Nov. IK), when Superinresumed tho real esUito business. tendent Miss Kate I31aln hopes to see a ment where the trestle stood near town. Williamsburg. The court of appeals only says that! Rcv. W.ti. Shoesmlth, of Louisville, of Richmond, full attendance. Miss Fann ii: Watts, 'rices. .ISTo where Hufllclont evidence governed by wU preach at the Methodist church Good Goods at tho Lowest Possible Cash Is tho guest of Mrs. W. H. Shanks. Rooming. Dr. E. J. Brown tells us proper Instruction supports the find of Sunday night and at Halls Gap Sunday Goods sold on time but one Miss Oimiklia Lackky went 19 ' Loulsvlllu yesterday to visit tho Mlsios that ho sold to Miss Nannie Albright a a jury that court will not disturb the aftCrnoon at 3 o'clock. cottage In Mt. Vernon for 8750. which Judgment of tho lower court. J. W. Thompson. Kev. j. B. Crouch will preach at of Huston-vlll- Is a third more than ho could have got- Alcorn for appellant, W. G. Welch for London Sunday tnorning-anMiss Mattik Alcoiin, night and was tho guest of her aunt, Mrs. ten prior to Dick Williams' election for al'lclIco- Dr. William Shelton will fill his pulpit county judge. Real estate, ho says, is Dottle MeKlnnoy. Mom: Telephones. President B. here. Rev. Crouch will preach ut his Mltfl. J. M. WlllTK went over to Lex- on a boom in Rockcastle now. T. Conway, of tho Southern Telephone church here ench night next week, be- ington Tuesday to see her daughter, Co., was horc this week and had a con- - ginning Monday night, i MAuisTiiATuanu a countable in a saltation with Dr. J. B. Kinnaird, of; NIlss Pearl Murphy, of Fayette, Mrs. Pearl Rood, who Is sick. Mil. AND MltB. G. 13. UOOI'KK have hopelessly republican district and tho Lune.ister, who owns the the exchange thought to be dying of typhoid fever, named their new boy Clarence Tate surveyor, which otlico pays nothing, thei". and also owns n lino to Hubble. ' WIW immersed In a box of water Impro-I- t and for which the democrats made no for the gentleman of that name. was agreed that the lino shall bo ox- - vised for tho occasion. She was lifted Is a feature of our Prescription Department upon which wo pride ourMlts. Jamks A. PicKirrr, of Finch-vlll- nomination, nro nil that the republicans tended to Stunford, the Southern Com- - tvom tno 9ick ue(1 ' means of a sheet ' selves. Wo do not slight such prescriptions simply because the medi- - ' to visit her can claim In Lincoln now. "Glory I" pany building tho other half of the dls- - und wns then let down into tho water. will arrive cines aro to bo given to domestic animals. Drugs and chemicals of as the sancttflcatlonistri aro wont to Umce to Lancaster via daughter, Mrs. William Severance. Hubble. Tho ' There are now 101 students enrolled doubtful quality are not "good enough" at our store. This is why you Mlt. AND MILS. J. A. MCROIIKUTS, of ejaculate. work will bo let at once and by the ,n tnc College of tho Bible at Lexlng-ilrsto- f should bring us your prescriptions for Condition Powders, LiniCorblu, wore with Mr. W. II. Hlgglim' December wo can talk with our ton and new students are constantly Tin: court of appeals ntllrmcd Judge ments, Poultry Medicines, Hog Cholera Remedies, Dog Medicines, Ac. family on their return from Cnmpbells-vlll- Saulley's decision In the Boyle court In friends along tho lino and also at Lan- - arriving. Four new men have entered Wo nho have a largo number of formulas for for preparing all kinds of the case of Burk vs. Shannon. It re- caster, from whence connection will from Australia, two from New Zealand, remedies for all diseases of domestic animals. Miss Hussm Hchnsidi:, of Garrard, lated to tho sale of hay which burned soon be mudo to Richmond. Mr. Con- one from Armenia and two from Jnpan, Is with Miss Pearl Hurnsldo. Miss Minnftcr its purclwo and IWore Us remov- way also tolls us that arrangements are nie Dunn, of MadUou, spent a few dnys FARM AND TRADE. al, tho judge holding that tho title hud being Hindu to connect Pownrs Store with her also. passed and that the purchaser must pay with Bradfordsvlllc, which when done, W. A. ColTey sold Tuesday 35 shoats Kdoak Nkvius went to Louisville will give us a lino to Lebanon, Cam), iSS yai; v& a. 2!c. yesterday to take a jKipItlon with tho for the hay. iM ii-- i bellsville, Columbia, Springfield and bo .TC Alcantara has put nine new ones in City Stroot Railway Co. Ills wlfo went C. Hays let the moving of the Into on. The Southern is also figuring on a J. down last week. Commercial olllco to A. C. Sine yester- connection to Somerset. So wo will the '2:U0 list this year. i sold to R. L. Salter a J. F. Mlt. J. S. I3LKDROK and Mrs. James day and almost before you could say o soon bo very much In it from a mare mule for $S0. for a protracted "Jack Robinson" he had It on the way. P. Halloy leave staudoInt. E. P. Woods sold to John B. Embry visit to tho hitter's dnughtor, Mrs. H. The rear will be utilised as a cook I). Gregory, at Grayson. cattle atr 4 Je. Bonds Didn't Caimiy. County At- - AS 1, t ho residence and tho front room lo Miss Daisy Mills, of Winchester, will likely do duty as a stable on tho tornoy J. 13. Puxton tells us that tin ex-- 1 S. M. Owens sold to Woods & Lynn a hops ut lie. and Miss Mary Ilullock Shelby, of Lex- other ond of the lot. aminntion of tho poll books shows that bunch of Don't overlook our splendid line Wo offer very fine cauze. fast ington, aro visiting tho Misses Shelby, proposition to Issue bonds for the Several sales of fat hogs aro the of fine Blankets. Tho saving of 25 black fit eccd Hose nt 25c nnd 45c. of "Arcadia."--Advocatof turnpikes failed to carry. d In the Danvillo Advocate at 2$c. At the second trial of tho suit for cents to $1 to you. Home - made Look at our 10c, 15c and 25 cent Carroll Reld took James B. Gentry's Mlt. and Mies. Humi: Looan and $.'10,000 agaltibt the Southern road for The court of appeals decided 011 tho Comforts, large size and good cot Wool Hose. ton filled. children, of Louisville, arrived Wed-- " killing Owsley Evans, at Versailles, l.'ith of June, 1SJ0, that it requires tho good Oracle to Nashville with him A fine ribbed fast black Hose. 13. T. Lunsford sold to Hon. J. S. Misses, 5 to 8 at 25 cents. Splendid s nasday to visit tho families of Motors. the jury also failed to agree, standing assent of of tho voters vot vaiue. Kd Carter and J. H. Hnughmnn. 8 to 4 in favor of damages, exactly as lng at tho election to carry such a Owsley, Sr., 100 barrels of corn at 4 Mits. Osik Huffman and MUs Hon- - the first stood. It will bo remumbered proK)sltlon and not of those 81.75. A. J. Burton sold to F. P. Bishop 14 uywood, of Iincnstor, spent several that Mr. Evans and W. II. G ruddy were merely voting on that projositlon. The days with Mr. and Mrs. II. J. MeRob-''- J run over by a Southern train Feb. fl total number ol votes cast at tho elec- - shoats'for Dec. 13 delivery at 3Jc and n . tlriti It'll.- ..,...., ll.ltt.kti t.il.ll.l i..m.lt... , - mule colt at 4je. erts prior to moving to Louisville. lfelW. ...jinn il:iuiiu nut. ...- t r.'l'l .1111 : , steers, yearling to ClLMtLKY H. HAYDF.N loftyustertlay .'." to voto for tho bond issue in order Thirty-on- e for sale. Apply to J. C. Hays Killed. A dispatch from Williams- to carry it, while the number was only tako a postal run bolwoon Lexlng-to Ion and Ashland. James L. Hendry, burg states that Brent Curd was run 1,097, leaving a deficit of ll$ votes. Crab Orchard. Dogs killed eight or 10 sheep for I. .''jlof Louisville, lias taken his plueo on over and killed while trying to got on Tho numbor voting against tho Issue Just opened a line of Fascinators a freight train at Watts' Creek, near was 113. Does this pinching weather re Shelby Tevis a few nights ago and he thoK. C. j.Jhj mind you that your Underwear Hoods and Saques. Knit ShirlH at JlmkjkC. R. McDowki.l, who was Williamsburg Wednesday morning, llo The only thing left now Is for tho fis- retaliated by killing several dogs. '''$ supply needs replenishing ? We 35 to CO cants. WFoil Sale. 30 mule colts and 2." city recordur of Danville, was about lrt years old and tho young- cal court to buy or lease the pikes with can furnish you for a very small "J. wus huro yesterday. His salary was est son of the late A. J. Curd, of Wil- tho 'S cents on tho $100 permitted by yearlings, mostly mares and all good outlay of cash. He was also a brother of the statutes for tho purchase and main- ones. C. T. Bohon, Ilustonville. fixed at WOO. Tho judge is red hot for liamsburg. i.; Mrs. John Bell Gibson, formerly of tenance of free roads. It Is therefore Neither hogs nor cattle are higher free silver. f.l this place. Mlt. GKOKOK D. WKAltKN Das routed hoped that tho turnplko owners will now than a year ago, notwithstanding the Reuben Williams property now with tho return of prosperity, The matrimonial bonds heretofore meet tho fiscal court James Jones sold to J. C. Johnson, of ownud by Joxoph ColTey for next year. liberal proosit!ons and let tho matter existing between Rev. Lucien M. Las- Boyle, a bunch of fat heifers and steers Mrs. Mollio Wray will occupy the prop- Icy, thesanctlllcation preacher, and his be settled ut once. 1g 1 at 2!c for the former and 3c for tho Drv Goods, Clothing and Shoes. erty he will vacate. wife, Mrs. Annie Seurgont Lasley, IN tho circuit court Tuoeduy, James latter. J. T. Johnson, engineer, were yesterday dissolved, on tho peti- Humber and John A. Jones, both NeCharles D. Fair, son of the late Senaof Joo H. Rout, of this place, who died tion of tho husband, who alleged abanut Now Orleans of yellow fever, had donment. Mrs. Lasley made no re- groes, wore given three years each in tor James G. Fair, will sell his horses tho penitentiary. Tho former broke and quit the turf becauso of continued 1,000 insurance in tho Urotherhood of sponse, thereby showing that she was open Sugar Grove sehool-hous- o and ap- hard luck. Locomotive Engineers. as anxious to bo rid of tho ties as her propriated books and lamps, tho latter 13. Caldwkll R. II. Bronaugh's Kathlo May, sellMil and Mils. E. The Biggest and Cheapest Line of husband. They havn't lived together shot Isaac McKltrlck several years ago ing 8 to 1, won at Lexington Monday. Commercial Hohave moved into the ISICj. since June, and has slnco been a fugltlvo from jus- 'V. P. Glvens' Three Bars won his raco tel building. Mr. and Mrs. I von W. tice. Tho graud jury found no Indict- tho same day. Fish will move Into tho Hlgglns propSome anonymous scoundrel left nt against Wm. Bogle for shooting O. P. IIulTman bought of Georgo D. erty on Danvillo street they vacated. the Rowland toll gate a note to Miss ment at Joo Palmer and he was discharged. Hopper somo fat hogs at 3c and of J. T. A ltKl'OKT gained currency hero Mary McAfee saying that unless tho Clarence Hall, against whom two In- llackloy and Owen Vandeveer some Wednesday that George Miller Glvens, gato was thrown open Friday, dictments for malicious shooting were butcher stun" at 3c. Wo suppose who Is at Darlington, S. C, with stock, It would bu destroyed. Tristan, holder of tho record of ono had died of yellow fever, and every- this is for effect on tho fiscal court, but pending, was arrested Tuesday morn mile and a furlong, 1:51!, has been sent body was glad when It proved untrue. raiders hud better beware. Tho State ing in tho Boston Saloon by Deputy R. from Now York to Lexington, where will bo in tho In Stanford. Invite your inspection. Mil D. R. Tottkn, of Rockcastle, owns a good part of the Crab Orchard M. Newland, but he claimed that ho heWoods & Lynnstud. in Cincinnati sold Wednesday. and Danvillo plko and if necessary tho had como to town to give himself up. Wednesday 22 "export cattlo at 3!o and passed through to Casey Though a republican, he Is very happy governor will send mulitia to seo that Ho was put on trial at once for shoot- ISO hogs at 3 to 3.00; just about what ovor tho election of Dick Williams, and tolls aro collected, until tho road is ing Joe Davis some ttmo ago, nenr they paid for them hero. Dripping Springs. The proof showed The inrgest cargo of wheat overloadsays ho will bo more so if Judge made free by purehaso or othorwlse. that ho had shot at Alfred Davis, a ed In a vessel was taken from Tacoma, 0 atwins his contest for county Wash., last week. It consisted of THE doctors had a good meeting at brother of tho man who caught the torney which ho thinks he will certainbushels, valued at 8140.000. ball. Ho was defended by Hon. R. C. ly do. J. B. Embry shipped eight cars of Klugsvillo Tuesday, whero thoro was a Miss Hlttik Hakims, of Crab Or- fair attendance of tho Lincoln County Warren and E. B. Ritchloand tho trial export cattlo from here Tuesday bought of E. P. Woods, Adam M. Penco and chard, Is agent for tho Ladles' Homo Medical Society. Dr. C. M. Thomp- lasted till Wednesday. McAHstcr somo time ago at 4ic. n J. II. Hon. F. F. Bobbltt assisted tho and would bo glad to tako sub- son's paper on 'Chronic Gastritis" was Journal Thomas P. Reed sold to Capt. Jacob and all hands made speeches, Cozatt 100 barrels of corn at $2 deliverscriptions. She Is a most deserving an excellent production and wus liberyoung lady and tho small commission ally discussed. Dr. J. T. Wesley read Mr. Ritchie making his maiden elTort, ed. Georgo Tarklngton bought 105 sheep $2.75 a head that tho publishers pay will give her a an Interesting paper on "Multlplo Neu- which he is sure kept his client out of pound. ut Advocate. and 71 at 2c a , Subscriptions left ut ritis." There were sovcralellnicul pa- tho pen. Eight of tho jury wcro nt Soven thoroughbred yearlings by llttln nln monov. this olllco will ho forwarded to her. tients before tho society for examina- first for a term in that Institution, but Spokane, tho fnmous Derby winner, u com- sold for 8120 at Lexington. Tho lowtion. Tho next meeting will bo at four men wcro for acquittal and promise verdict ki'S'O lino was finally est brought only 82.50. They were NEWS, HOME Stanford on tho second Tuesday in Janverv poor and In had condition. uary, at which time there will bo an made. Uall will have to answer for John B. Foster sold 41, B. F. McKln-ne- y on the face of tho paintings. Given with HEAVY frosts aro predicted for this election of officers for tho ensuing another caso of malicious shooting, 10 and Alfred Simpson 10 light To 7o Cents, Free. No advertisement each 23 Cents worth of morning. but as his victim, Charley Adams, is shipping hogs at 3e. Tho market Is year. ; still in a precarious condition, his trial away ofT and fnrmers say thoy can not GUNS, loaded shells and amunitlon at R. M. Newland, will bo for that olFonso will await tho result of atlord to feed 82 corn to $3 hogs. MY deputy, Dan Stuart Is organizlnga racing cirCraig & Hooker's. nt tho following places on tho dates tho wounds. Adams says ho Is not go- cuit in Texus to include Dallas, Fort Candy Kitchen Candy, always fresh, herein named for tho purpose of re- ing to dlo though, and declined to Worth, Waco, San Antonio and Dickceiving your 1807 taxes: Moreland, mako a "dying" statement when tho inson. Tho first meeting will be at at Hlgglns & McKinney's. Which Now Goes at Dallas when 825,000 will bo hung up. iiSaturday, Nov. lUtb; MeKlnnoy, Thurs- olllcers went to him for that purpose. Tho farm of tho lato Capt. Phil Kldd, In all sizes, Bottom Window glass Tho grand jury has returned 32 In- situated near Yarnallton,3J miles from day, 18th: Mt. Salom, Wednesday, 21th; prices at Penny's - Drug Store. Milledgevlllo, Monday, 22d; Huston-vill- dictments and will meet another day Loxlngton, was sold at public auction. Saturday, 27th, and Tuesday, before adjourning, Judge Saulley hav- It contained 158 acres and was bought LOOK at bridal, birthday and Christ13. Dnikoat 874.05. Several years 30th. M. G. Royuolds will bo at High- ing extended tho term to soven days. by E. . mas presents at W. W. Withers'. ago Capt. Kldd bought It for 800 per It is tho oldest in tho market. land, Thursday, Nov. 18th; Klngsvlllo, Tho jury mado a personal inspection of acre. It is the king of all makes. o Does your old truss hurt ? Wo Friday, 10th; Wayncsburg every Sat the nnd report tho paupers T. C. Galley, who is buying sheep for It has the highest merits. guarantee a perfect fit. Penny's Drug urday. This Is our last year and wo well taken care of, though thoro arc D. A. Patton. of Stark county, O., was Thcrcforo be wise and use tho best. Wednesday looking for a Store. nro comnolled to finish our business by some In charge who should not bo herofailed to get any. Thosecar load, It pays nnd pays well. r having but tho 1st of January. You will pleasu there. Many changes nnd repairs aro sheep for salo will do well to address The noon train that runs from (1 d & Mr. Gulley at MeCreary, Ky. Ho to Junction City has been call on above dates; per cent penalty suggested as well ns tho further gcstlon that the races bo provided w.Ith bought a car load In Garrard at 3c. Dec. 1. T. D. Newland, S. L. C. Sundays. discontinued on WnnuiNO presents tit Hamilton's. .I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Ciioick weddinp presents at Danks'. 3 , six-roo- I Ghoiee for $1 l-- Em-xian- t ,,, ,.. to-da- Line of Zeigler Tflir P Shoes, t'lfy 11E1 s MARK HARDIN, I: - Hus-tonvll- lu , I Cash Dealer In Groceries, Dry Goods, Notions, &c. . I e, d Low Cash Price To ALL. Preparing Veterinary Remedies -- e, to-da- y e. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. ! Cu-d- tole-phon- to-da- y I 400-pou- Hosiery Blankets and Comforts. To Suit All. llo-poun- d J report-purcha- se e. two-third- two-thir- four-year-ol- ds T Underwear. Knit Goods. - d. SEVERANCE & SONS. i son-in-la- w m m m Buggy Rugs! B. K. WEAREN St SON. Mc-Clu- ro 170,-43- pros-eoutlo- FREE I Cil Fainted RthreM'25 Cts. WW m m B. T. Babbitt's Best Soap - o, Six Big Cakes For 25 Cts. HIGGINS poor-hous- ? sug-adde- WKINNEYi ,ti.i-- . - Jl - 1 - ' M . t; r'i 1 jP (let you rSlmvc) mid Haircuts tit Frco silver Is dend nnd democracy is Harbor Shop. He Is tliu ullokctt nnd i.on the decline (?). We aro Informed flint tho 1808 alma 00 liost barlior In Oral) Orchard, Ky. nac of Prof. Irl R. Hicks Is now ready, V. R. Colonmn has returned from 3TxL.cwa U."bllolioirrvxosia.3ro'O.rii Somerset. lion. George K. Stone, and and judging from its past history, it SHELBY & SHELBY, Judjro Tllford, of Liberty, were hero will not be many weeks in iinOing its -- ..l'roprlcton way into homes and ollices all over Sunday. The Public Aroused Du LIVERY,FEED&3ALE;3TABLE W. P. Kcency remains no bettor. America. It is much larger and finer $nr When not so pat J S2.SO will c charged, ring Week. Jesse Cloyd has typhoid fever. John than any previous issue. It contains 110 pages, is splendidly printed and ilJunction City, Ky. OP BROOKLYN. Wheat is recovering' from a second atlustrated on lino book paper, having I Turnouts, prompt attention, Terr mi ,. tack of malaria. reasonable rata, portion oi your airunago u tho finest portrait ever given of Prof. IS respectfully solicited, Somo miscreant entered the ware Crowds of Pooplo Called Caledonian : ' HE CMI). house of Robert Smith near Mt. Salem Hicks. It cau uo Ionizer bo denied that Ponnv's Drug Storo to the publications of Prof. Hicks havo Cot Froo Samples of and stole two barrels of liquor, besides T. L. Co., Scotland. become a necessity to tho family nnd KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. pouring out another. HOWLANI). KY., commercial life of this country. His KOUNDUD 1KOO. Uncle Gi ccn Russell was to have Trains leave Stanford at 7:10 a. m. nnd 4 p Has Gone Back into the Coal journal, "Word and Works," nsldo returning at 4: 23 p. in and "J:05 p. m. been tried for lunacy Monday in Squiro Kidfrom its storm, weather and astronom- Dr. Business, us Walls' court, but the old gentleman ical KNOXVILLE DIVISION. features, has taken rank with tho And will keep constantly on hum! tho JollI-c0 on hand. STAN TOM), KY. failed to have a lawyer ....12 37 p lu Pull llruuch nnd other Con In nnd No. 21 Train going North best literary, scientific and family ney Pills. .... 3 13 a m Wc noticed tho picture and write-u- p " 26 " " nsk tliu patroungo of tlio public. Stanford N. 25 " " South magazines of the age. Do not believe ,...12 04 pm No. friend who want (Ami can leave order with of Bud Rogan, tho I ... 1 27 p m In Sunday's C.-" " No. 23 " hearsay and reports. See tho Hicks J. It. Hlgglus, which will receive prompt the human monstrosity. I saw tho Almanae and paper for yourself. You KorallU'olnU. T. L. MlKITON. t All Istwiii ileslrlnc INittt for plank fence, gentleman in his wagon drawn by goats MMt ami ralllnit or win, feiieo can tliul what TnitO'JOH TICKETS SOLD. ther will then know why they are so popu Hundreds Now want at my alure near Cedar Crtvk, on the i.lka UAGttAOB CHECKED THKOUail. as we went through Gallatin. NOEL 8c leaJlng from Crab Orchard to Stanford I alio lar. They aro educators of the milany Information enquire of For tlie Remedy in This keep on hand aaupplror plank for fWiolnir. All Mr. E. E. Kelsey, of Yo3cmttc, is ex kludi of lumber fur Imlldlm tiurixnmi lanlmania JOE S. RICE, Agent, Vicinity. IN periencing a hard tlmo, having been lions, and unrivaled safeguards to propand ahlticlt-All ront dealrliik' any article of erty and human llfo. It is a matter of Stanford, Ky, thli kind can call on mo at inr torn iimrCnlar knocked out of two certainties. Iio simple Creek. Corn mul 3ly, Si u. v.r, .IN(Jl.rrrON. record that Prof. Hicks has Order Office anil Feed Kichanirc, near tbo ltallroaj was defeated by Jacob Wall for justice QUEEN & CRESCENT. foretold for many years all the groat Depot Street, Crossing, of tho peace and for postmaster by Miss Trains pais Junction City as follows: ROBERT NOW FOR RESULTS. storms, Hoods, drouths and tornadoes, Stanford; - - Kontuolty. Tho crack burlier, la now FISH, his old 4 02 p ra Holen Sharp. 2 North Wo hereby extend con11 57 a m No. Ko. 1 South bnck it Coal Yard, Mill Street, lately J II. Jll'lns'. even tho recent terriblo drouth ovor " 4 " ..... S4am dolences. 3 " ......1124 pm No. stand In Mra. KgtH rlV rondy to Satisfaction guaranttssl. " fi " 130pm No. 5 " ....l 123am glvo you it all tho county. Tho almanac alone is hIiiivo and haircut. All 8 20pm 600am "10 " No. a " Row J. M. P. Llraor, of Somerset, 23 niedliiir work ahould cull on him. lie, U cents n copy. The paper Is 81 a year An Intense Interest win created In till Note No. 5 and 6 do not run Sundays, 9 and 10 auro to please you. Crab Orchard. IC'. 05 German preacher, is holding a D. o no further South than Junction City, netlher tho with the almanae as a premium. Send vicinity liy thotinnouucoinont In Inst t weok'n o they run Sunday?. protracted meeting at Now Mt. Salem h Knuc that'a froo jiaekajro of Dr. Ilobh-to Word and Works Pub. Co., 2201 LoKidney I'llU would bo el von nway church. Rev. Foster, of Louisville, FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI RY. any jiorson who would call ami nsk for It at Mo. KTANKOHD, KY. preached at tho Baptist church Sun cust St., St. Louis, I'oiinr's Drug Storo. VIA GEOUOhTOWN. MIIS. U. I). SIMPSON, l'ror.. Thft Interest day morning and ovenlng. Rev. J. Q. years ago tho whole world edly numerous w.is tiown by tho unexpectThirty A. M r. m. . M. A.M. All Vlmliof rrpdrtng done at reihtutblo rate calls intulb nt t Iio above Lve. Somerset, Arl253 2.00 t Kentucky, 35 Montgomery preached at the Christian ranjj with tho praises of Paulino Mark-ham- store. Many of the callers, who are Milfer- - upnomertai; a tecuiiy. Mii.i.cuoa Rii.rj.MM l.nncaHtcr, " 11 31 8 20 " Jet. City. 315 .. M, 630 church Sunday. 4 50 beauty, and it was said of her ors from kidney complaints, oxiiro.Md their 05 Arr'tcoreetown, Lt 9 3.5 Newly furnlnhud; clean hods; plondd 3 00 ' Frankfort, no churj;" " 6 30 20 1155 Tho next flscal court of Casey will that sho had tho "lost arms of the Ve- nstonlshmcnt itt the offer to make practice of table. Everything JorterB for the .ample. Heretofore the Arr'Parls" 8 40 530 be a tie republican with the judge. nus do Milo and logs that were perpen- modlclho proprietors win to rosiulro pay In 5'10 meet trains. si) .. . 1 'Dally except Sunday advance Tho democrats elected four magistrates dicular perfection." Now sho is fat of cure. and let. tnouiiiicieu kikomiocii lance C. D.IiERCAW.G.P.A. A WOKD TO and tho rads four. This is a demo- and faded and content to do a little The proprietors of Dr. Hoblw Snnmeus Yard Wide Henvy Hrown Cotton, Ic, no p Kiel ue v I'ilM uro roversliiK this pra etlce. Canton Flannels, 10c Children' Cnps. cratic gain of two and is enough to nightly 'turn" of 10 minutes at Tony Royal make the food pure. PROPERTY OWNERS! pohlen rule of to oxereNu wholesome and delicious. cheer and keep up the courage of Ca Pastor's variety theatre in New York. preferringothers as they the Ins done by." Hlg lino Men's Gloves nt 10c, up. While would 'doing to M,i , ; wo-t7Cc sey democrats. Tho amendment was Years ago when she was in the y Tliov believe, lecauo It has bevn demon nnd Colored Ilosom Shirls, WX-Aro ou Insure-- ! ? If not, vsliv not J afIn of dwullliig aud barns) good n jouw almost lost sight of, county politics be of her beauty, llowers and gifts were strctcilwithevery Instance, that If thtM these tojl. IH)k nt this: kidney troubles once try fected ing at such fever heat. Tho vote was livished upon her in profusion that has pills, thev will bo'coiivlnccd of their great ui'ul get well by H2 to 10. Men's deans never been equaled before or sinco In merit, this reason they their iw, made arrangement lor Uncle Bonny Martin, an old and tho career of a stage favorite. Sho is with Mr. Penny, to freely distribute, as 75c. highly respected citizen, died Monday said to have made half a million on tho tiiaiiv .sample boes; as nhotild Ikj called for, Every year. Involving tho los of million of during the lust oven days. Kverv mui who of apoplexy. lie was In his 7oth year stage and not saved a cent. asked for a Ikjx was given It freo of charge. Blank Still Huts, Good Styles, Too We've doll am. Why Minulif ou exjMvt to eonpo from year to yoa ? calling for packages, have Some of tho-.and was a member of the Baptist a good llnu of CLOTHING, mini of Queen fc Crescent iCoutc. Handsome I'.xprvsM-- themselves as follows: church. He was married to his second. Your Proporty Hay 3urn "The fClonco of medicine has certainly which h marked at loss thnii regular birds-ey- e view of wife about four years ago, whom ho lithograph, colored advanced when tbo proprietor of a roinedy wholesale price. They uro nice, clean Within n yonr, within n mouth, within SI 's Chattanooga, Missionary Ridge, can stake so much uhhi a free and univerleaves, besides two sons and two daughhours. Why iihiiubl vou expxtso tho goods hut were- bought forStol lush Ridge and portions of the Chick- - sal test of Its merits." ters. W. P. Martin, a son, is a phoof yiwrs of 'huut.t toll to los by "The lioniNt nnd Mrnlghtforward timnner under their real vnlue. i rdnglo flrp. which can ibsstrov It In nil tographer at Lexington and Mrs. Wm. amauga field as seen from tho summit In which the medicine Is offered for trial, I Iiojki It will hour 7 Soliciting n uliareof uiurpiitroimgo Highest style gives mo conlldence to use lu of Lookout Mountain. Edwards resides In Texas. POWDER sin.vnuiiy, of lithographer's art. On line paper; prove helpful. unnouncemeiii. inoi uu mis Tam,BrBros.,McKinney Rev. J. B. Lister, formerly of Port"Jir. llouos Absolutely Pure 10 x 24. Mailed for 10 cents in made a great dNcuvry which will euro and JESSE D. "WEARE1T, land, Oregon, but now of Campbclls-vill- plate build up the kidneys, and his offer to prove delivered a lecture nt the Chris stamps. W. C. Rlnearson, gen'l pass'r It free of charge Is'a novel proposition, and Ooneral Agent, Hlnnfonl, Ky gives me great liope or reiiet. tlan church Monday night to a good agt., Q. it C. Route, Cincinnati, O. a fair proiKiMiiou. I Joux P. VAITtKitXS. , O. Lamum, "This is certainly YORK. BOrAl bakinq rODCR CO., Undortukor, sized audience. Ills subject was ''Ten Do you play whist, euchre or other biivo uwry thing to win and nothing to Hustonvillo, - - - Kentucky NighU in a Bar Room." He illustra- games? Tho F. P. V. playing card is ioo. .Muny will bv curious to know vrlint uro ted same with a stcrcopticon. Ho is a better than an' card on tliu tho results of tho toi.1 of tbi'so plll.s now OOert hlsMrvtccsi to the ssple of West Unroln S3IOC3-SSalvationist and was a drunkard and market. Send lo cente for one deck or on In tliu ntdglilKirbtxHl. It Is n llltlo Km nd Ciuey counties. Full lock of Cuthnund Cuk. to look for jrood txsults, probably gambler, living in hell 14 years, but 2o cents for two decks, (stamps or cur- wHiii week will make tboni known. If tlioso eualwivton hand.Maiui;er. Registered D 8. Caruter. 93 INSURANCE COMPANY Splendid was picked up out of the slums 6even rency) to C. 13. Ryan, ass't gen'l pass'r K'ttln tliooaniplvs havo faithfully followed tho dlriwtlons, they will bo encouraged to individuals Both years ago. lie has been doing the ngi., C. & O. Ry.. Cincinnati, Ohio OF LIVERPOOL. lu their use. ,a!1 "iio sfums mostly since his conversion and W.'(S.v U Is cnitlfyltii; to lourn Hint wbciever Farmers Ban k&Tf nstCo CaWrm7SWi?RGSthl8 Sprinc's far- similar distributions Imvu taken place, Household Gcds. row l'nces reasonable. No charge for had been tho cause of many coming to there has followed a Inrjro calo of tbo roinecrating. Christ. Greek Ixdleted that the I'enalcJ were dy nnd many letters of j;ratltudo have Ihoii The ancient OK STANFOKIV KY. GaSTLEH&H. lllttku-moro'- ft THE INTERIORJOURNAL Middleburg, Casey Co. THE HICKS 1803 r ALMANAC AND A Word To You. Town Talk. the Past FIRE INSURANCE FHE3NIX of Insurance Company, Insurance Isfcjiroi men Irat-Cla- at K SHELTON, rs ii HobbsSparag o. R.B.MAHONY.Agt, jfcTOTIOIE Ux-uv. bo-- it J. i 4. Testing i IN DEALERS SON, COHL, -- lI fllI S I store-roo- m flrst-cln- Spar-iicu- PHILLIPS, Gun and Look Smith. H. i1 fr Mason Hotel -- I f. 's -.. ii . -- . . - See Our 4c Calicoes, li first-clas- s. Ui r hey-do- Thou-snn- V i IS l -- to Pants, 50c Are Destroyed by Fire or Lightning o Wal-den- - con-sidorn- aecu-mulntl- -- e, J. T. SUTTON, .... MEW 50-ce- nt jE mi-otl- till j2jrfffffff J. H. & Du-roc- s. iii H. J. UcHOBEBTS, Stanford. A. S. PRICK, ,cJurtfeon VICINITY NEWS. Mrs. Mary Stewart Moore and Carter T. Walker aro recent Boylo county people to die. Andy Vaughn, of Bell, shot his wife and then himself. Both are in a precarious condition. Mrs. P. W. Voollum, wife of the Dentist, 'Siaufotd, Ky OtSceorer McItolwrK' Drus; Store In th el Owsley lliillJiug. D,. W. B PBNTirr, sioti.iHt. : I ttffl&? itanford, : 1 Oltico on jnc.ister street at Residence. Ky. Blue - Grass Nurseries. FAIX 1897. "d county superintendent, died at Plne- vllle of typhoid fever. D. T. Chesnut was elected police judge of Corbin and blind ti gers will catch it a plenty. Bc'th Overton, an old Union soldier, was shot and killed near Pinovlllo by John Shelton, a prominent farmer. An election on the whisky question has been ordered by tho county judge of Whitley to be held at Jelllco, Dec. Ex-Edit- or Every person who knows or nuspeots that his kidneys or urinary passages are infectwho bus any of the follow-lii- f; ed j over pel-totried frra quarter ol a century and Is cuaronltssl hyiiiptouis, hbould mnko n torit of tlnssc to cure, or money returned. N'o household ahould pills without doluy. vlzt 1'alus lu tho Hack he without this pxkI anjel It Is pleasant to take or fides, lleadrtcbo. Nervousness, Frequent ami a sain ami sure remedy mr oiu ana youu-FreHreiitb, Piilllnoss of the trial ltottlcs at W It. Mcliobem' Dru Store. Thirst. Eyelids, Svsolllnp; of tho Feet and ankles, Iteular siz.i Ale. and 21 W. Dark Colored or rViiniy L'rlne, with albuminous or other deposits in tho urine, or too Something to Scow. frepient urination. It may lo worth aomcthiuK to know that the For tho boneilt of lntorexted persons, livvery Ust medicine for restoring the tired out ing out of town who, from any reason, failnervous system to a healthy s Igor U Klectric Hitters This medicine Is purely vetMalile, acta by ed to Kt a Huniplo Dr. IIoIiIm uuthorlns us eivluz.tone to tlio nervo teolres In the stiimtch. to sav, If you will out out the couoii below o. Keully stimulates tho I.icrand Kldneis, and aids nnd mnli It to the lloblw Ueinedy Co., 111., with your tintiiu nnil nUdnss, a IhcscorKUis In throwing ott Impurities In the Mood. Klectric Hitlers ImproriM tho appetite, aid diges- Miuiplu Imix of tb'e.so pills will Imi ent you by tion, and Is pronounced by thooe who have tried It as the liest blood purifier aud nervo tonic. Try mall, postiald and free of expense. lu hold for .We or i OJ nr botllo at ". H. Mc ltolerts' Drinr Store HAI.C AT to-U- y e Cbl-cnR- the cods who attended to the welfare and irleri- lyot Iho family. They were vr.rhlipol a household gods In every home. The household ipl of Is l)r Klntt'ii New Discovery I'or consumption coucl'. colds and for all allectlon of Throat, Chest and I.tinp, it In Invaluable. It has Ixt'ii health. written by those who have regalin'd lost Pli up Capital, Surplus, $200,000 00 17,603 80 MM d u Ak-en- MAN Ad KllS, Oominorco JBoildiDg, roil Ily provisions of Its charter, depositors are a fully protected as are depositors In National lUnks, Its shareholders twin- - held individually liable to the extent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereof, lu addition to the amount In such share, lliuayaclai executor, truites-.Ac- , asfully as au Individual. Tendering our thanks to thoso who have entrust ed lUclr liuilness to us, we trust they will continue to do so, aud we oiler as a Kuarantesi for prompt at tendon to same our !W years' exrlnni lu bank-lu- g and as liberal nrcumiuudatloui as aro consilient wiin sou ml uiuking. nisRCTom, J. J. Williams. Mt. Vernon; W, II. Cutuuilnt, rreachersvllle: J. S Owsley, Sr., J. II. Owsley, WlllUiu Ooocb, S. II. Suslik., 8. J. Kuibry, J. K. Cash, A. W. CsriKHilcr; J. K. Lynn, J. N. aieuefw. S. II. Shanks. President: J. U. Owsley, Cashier; W. .M. LouisvilJo. Thioujhout tho outh. lucal Agrnt,- - Stanford, - - - Kentucky. J. B. HIGGINS, DEALKK I.N Penny's Drug Store. STANFORD, ICY. orricias. Ilright, Teller Farm Wagons, Pleasure Vehicles, 39. Full stocks of fruit Ornamental Trees Grape Vines. Small Krults, Asparagus and ovory thing for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. We have no agents but hell direct to tho planter, saving enormous commissions. Catalogue on application to II. V. HILr.KNMEYnil. u'! l.o.xlnrtoii, Ky. Irprfprj 522 Iif w W1 THE POPULAR fatt lllM t lV ) : : fcH?tHo kirwvwo WtPo Tftfittrfts,,,,,,',,l,,,,l,",H",,,u,"stf0 John Stout killed Burt Jones and seriously wounded James Helton in Leslie county. During a shooting beo between Stout and Helton Jones tried to play tho role of peacemaker. It is telegraphed from Mlddlcsboro that Birmingham capitalists have bought an interest in tho Watta Steel Plant and that it will start up Dec. 1, giving employment to 1,000 men. The immenso plant of tho Middleabo-r- o Foundry and Machine works caught firo Wednesday and before aid could arrive the plant was ruined. Loss $200,000. Over 100 men are thrown out work. James Ilollara, on trial at Somerset for the murder of Sam Shadoan, makes the remarkable defense that the crime was committed by his aged father, who is now dead, and that ho iled tho country to shiold his parent. Ed Conant has in his possession a polished piece of stono that waa plowed up on his farm, and has tho initials D. B., 1777, plainly cut upon it. It is of the Hint variety, and evidently belonged to Daniel Boone. Middlcsboro Her ald. The Corbin News understands that on recommendation of tho attending physician, Dan Curry lias been granted bail in the sura of $3,000 and that ho will be taken to Lexington for treatment. Dan's condition is reported to be very serious indeed. In digging tho cellar for Mr. Sara Hardin's new dwelling tho workmen uncovered the skeleton of a man who was buried during the war. Tho skeleton was complete Portions of his bolt and a number of military buttons were also found. It is probable that it was a Confederato sold lor who wus wounded at tho Mill Springs battlo and died here. Muntieello News. WAGES OF SIN A Book OUR RECORD FIRSTiNATIONALBANK Attention of the public Is railed to tho fact thai this is the only National llsnk in Stanford. Un let the provisions ol the National Hank Act ion Kiuney uiseases. di posllort are securtsl not only by tliu capital stock, Address IIOII11S UEMEDV CO.. out uy ine iiocKiioiuers iianuiiy inr an nmouul Chicago, III. espial tn the stock so llul dci.ihirsof this I Ire. sworn u fund ot HLO.vm). statements ol tho condition ol the Hank are made each year to the t'nltnl Mutt (tot trninrnt aud Its Hucklin't Arnica Salve. assets are examined nt ntattsl times byKovcruinenl The oet salve In the world for cut,, bruise agents, thus securing additional and perlect satct, rheuiu, fover soret, lettur, chip to (leposltors. sorei, ulrera.talt This limitation originally established as the I'e pud hands, rliilhlnini, corns and all BKin eruptions. posit Hank of Stanford In IMs, then rtorKnnlisI as It positively cures piles or nojiajr rvpilred. to give erfect satlifactlou or inoi er the National Hank ofStanlont lu IKG5 anduirain l'rlci cents jer Ixjx. For sale by w. U. reoiyanlceil as the First National Hank of Stanford In Is.', has had practically an uninterrupted exist Mcltobcrti, Hnvrslsi. once for MA years. It is letter supplletl now will, tacllit livt for traiisactlni: and lih Leon Taylor, n Harrison county erallytliaiibvi'r lforoliibusliu'ss nromntlvhonorable Its luinr uud youtifj man cruelly deserted a jjirl on career. Accounts of Individuals, fiduciaries, firms aLd Individuals solicited. iho eve of their inarrlugo and sho com- for Young and Old. WE CURE NERVOUS receiptor THIS COUPON, to-getber with your ntimo nnd nddress.l . nltbliiouo week from a date of thlsl'paper, wo will forwnrd hi mall ui I'lKin Agricultural Implements, High-Grad- o OF STANFOItP, . m KY. Feitilizors and Goal. on Capital Steele $100,000. Surplus, $15,750 OoodH '. 'UEE SAMPLE ItOX of Dr. Ilobbsl; .sparagus ICIdnej I'lllsi also lil3lxKkl Mule Warranted ns ltopnented. Ofllco Street, opKHilo Elmore's Storo, Stunford, Kentucky. Este is 78 BLOOD J. I.. TOTTE.N. S.u.rsAM. 250,000 DISEASED SKlNQs PRIVATE DISEASES KW the BLue-anAS3'Ke- no iTSSKV.rSSSBl MEN CURED Its 250,000 YOUNG MAN rtroM KtV.9 CURED 1 9 t tls ! ! fr sJ S4"i?i e.i.i. 7WWtrHs v jf. WW m iMri xC when iffnorant of tho terriblo crime you woro committing. Did you only consider tho fiHClnatlm; allurements of this ovll habit? When too Into to nvold tho terriblo result, rrcro your eyes opened to your ioril? Did vou Inter on in man hood contract any Pit I VAT1J or 11 LOOD discn!? Wcroyoucurcdr Do you now and then scoiomo ulanulmr symptoms? Daro you innrrj' in your present condition? Von know. "MICK l'ATMEIt, MICK SON." If married, aro you constantly living in dread? It marriaco a fai luro with jou on account of any weakness caused by early abuco or Inter IIao you been dnijrccd with morcury? This booklet will iioint out to Tun tho result of thufo crimes nnd noint out how our N'KW MKTIIUD TREAT. .MKNT will iM)sitively euro you. It (how.s hovr thousands havo been eared by our HKVi THLATJIKKJ. lt proves how wo can (1UAHANTKK TO CUUK ANV CUKAllMJ CASK Oil NO PAY. Wo treat nnd cure KailKMlUNB, VAItrCOfKIiE. SYI'IIIMS. ObEKT. Sl'llICTl'ItK. I Jl POTENCY, Sl t'HKT DltAlNS. I'NNATiMlAI. D1S- t'UAKUliH, KIDALi nnd UhAUVlAl (liSCitCJ. '!Sfr SfltJ done nomo tlmo beforu. Tueiduy the younj; F. Held, Lincoln Co.; mitted Bulcido. J. W. Ilayden, Stanford S. II. Hamilimau, " S. T. Harris, mun hauled iiimsolf ns he should havo J.S. Ilocker, "' ' T. P. Hill, K. L. " McKlnuey. UIMECTORS. Thoroughlrsd Burse Jersey RED HOBS, TINNING & PLUMBING, J. X.Jones, STANFORD, KY., W. A. Trlbble, Tanner, J.H. Collier.Crab Orch'dj M. J. Miller, Mt.Verntn. M, V. Kliuore, Stanford. OKPICBKS. Mybrmlcnwcro selected from the best hcidsof of this famous breed of swine in nvernl Slatta A splendid lot of pigs or dlllercnt afct forwle, Ilrcd sowsaicclaltv Satisfaction guaranteed Corres. Iondence solicited. Address I. S. Ilocker, President; J. J. Mcllohcrta Cashier A. A. McKluuuy, AMlstautCashler. R. H. BRONAUGH. Crab Orchard. Ky. ft Is now prepared to do nil kinds of Plumbing nnd Tinning. Solo proprietors of Dean'b Illaclv Diamond ltoof Paint. Telephone No. J0, residence. Shop on Mill St.. oppslto J, II. Ilaughniau k Co.'t, Mill. BIG HOUTK. The Ileal blue loand From 4: Winter TOLEDO AND DETROIT All I'olnts In Michigan. 305 ments. FOR Illuu-Gtas- sale:. Acres Fine Land well fenced, well has till tbo necevsary ImproveWo will hell privately and on easy UKXTllY IIIUW. s, CHICAGO. "Wblto City Special." Mostly In ST. LOUIS. Avoiding tho Tunnel . Host Terminal Station. .r 2 T --T . 2 urin S 4 CURES GUARANTEED "Tho Wocei of Sin" sent froo by enoloiinir l'o stninp. CONSPLTATION lt unauio in cau. write lor QUESTION HLANK for HOME TUCAT.MLST. 9iifh tlttlf f T. 7 T T 'ffbifififfiff r.i. flf ff Ifltllllllltlllllliiatliifia-'.LC; tfrrjriii Irttrtfr j 4r . - ..E.H.MACOV, tonus. H tan ford, Ky. BOSTON. Wagncrjiileepl nfCar. rj k Estray Wotice. s NEW YORK. nutlet Parlor yCars, Waaner Sloejiliijr ( an, I'rlva Compartment Cars, Klejiiit Coaches and lilu ing Carr, : l Kennedys Kergan 122 W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, O. A ltcd Cow, weight about bt)0 lbs., about 7 years old uuJ without horns, came to in Vestibulcd trains make fast schedules, with through sleepers to principal Southern Cities. Wrlla for Information to colored Lithographs o Lookout Mountain and Chlctauiauga. low round trip rates are now in effect to Florida and other winter resorts for the season of '97 'oS via the QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE from all points North. The troin service of the Queen & Crescent from the North via . Cincinnati is the finest in Tourist 3lMiBsaaaVtaaVBVBV4lBBk.iK..i&ai&BVBVak.i&&.LkBV.ibi IC liBif liWtf liBif ' bouse Oct. Ut. Uvuier cuu gut saino by He sure your tickets read via "IHO FOUIt" W. C Hlncarson, General proving property, pitying for her keep auU E. O. MCCORMICK, WAUIIEN J. LYNCH Cincinnati, 0. ,. . this notice. , it I'assengcr TralHo Mgr,, Asa. Gen. Pjii. A Tkt. A gl Send lOceiiti for fine Art SIICKMAN liltUOH, Mllludgovlllo, Ky. CINCINNATI OHIO. J .. the-South- si-is.-- -.