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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897111601 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. tyiyyy f i. -- g ; v ' n v SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVI. Y MATRIMONIAL. Mr. Cleveland has named his baby boy Kichanl Folsom, In honor of Mi. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY., TUESDAY. NOVEMBER l(i'e5iiaTSW4 10. 1897. , 1 NO. 74 Walter Forrester's Letter., FltANKrChT, Nov. 12. Tho McKln-Jo- y adtnlnlHtrntton U sllll in a trnnuo, It bOcniH. Ilanim I ruimtiiK' l,l ,im" chine, mill Ilannn thlnka that tho par ty that carried Kentucky In 1SJI.1 ana lblMJ waH composed of Hunter, Roberts, Todd, and tho Negro. And bo ilanna U having nlTalra in Kentucky run on tho lino of Hunter's policy. IUtfht In tho face of tho terrible rebuke administered to tho Hunter machine at the recent election, McKlnlcy appoints Hunter as Minister to Oautemala! Think of It ! Unites J. Ulay tot aside and Hunter ("elected as thu only appointee- from Kentucky to a foreign post. And not mitlstlcd with this criminal blunder, tho president consummates one of the most disreputable political tricks over wltnoPiod in thlH State, In tho mutter of tho Second District Collector lp. When during tho session of tho United States Senate, It became j3r-&-t LANCASTER. Cleveland's father. John N. linker and Miss Mary Lay, apparent that "llroncho's Franks could not bo confirmed, MoKln-lo- y appointed Yandcll and Kranks become chief deputy. Hut now comes tho president with a hhell gamo performance, removing Yundell and putting Franks In as a collector! A more and unworthy nppointmont that of Hunter and Sapp, could not have been made. Sapp tho president of tho A. l A. in Kentucky and Hun-to- r the repudiated trickster who plodg-oliU vui for free silver as a bribe for populist votes in the Legislature, and Franks whoso iiumu ho dared not bend t republicans to tho Senate The of Kentucky will not submit to this combination in local alTalrs with the A. tricksters and the I A., tho carpet-baIgnorance- of tho party. It is unfortunate for the State admin istration that the Louisville A. I. A gang Is demanding that Hoard of Control reverse the the Statu af-tor each IS, of tho Wnynosburir section, wore married at Highland Saturday. Hoy. James Kdward Ford, of tho Faculty of U'ilmore College, and Miss Etta Morris, of Lexington, will marry Thanksgiving day. Frank Turpi n and Miss Hosa Wolfo, aged 17 and l. respectively, were married with the consent of their paroilts at nioomlngton, III. Miss Jesslo Lincoln, of Chicago, daughter of L5ob, who Is a sou of Abo, eloped with a young man who was objectionable to her fathor, and became his wife. Miss Carrie Ho wor and Dr. II, M. Pillman, both of I'arksvlllo, were married last wool: the birthday of the bride. Tho groom Is a prominent physician. The bride Is a sister of Mr. J. Ghost" A. Howor, tho L. te Is, dispatcher at t W m a- - Miss Kate Walker Is visiting Mrs. W. G. Dunlap in Lexington. Mr. K. W. Harris has been appointed collector and treasurer for Garrard Graded School. My friend, Mr. D. C. Pullins, has a prospect to sell his patent on the match box for a good sum of money. As George T. Farrls once lived at Silver Creek, Mr. W. J. Price, of Danville, appropriately refers to him us the sliver statesman from Silver It's All Over Now That we have the Finest OF Line Men's, Boys & Children's Clothing At Lower Prices than ever known Better goods and lower prices we give you and save your toll to Danville. Paris. nr d ! do-on- g Know-nothin- g will of tho jwoplo of Louisville and Jetfersou county and unseal tho recently elected circuit Judges and Commonwealth's Attorney. Tho State Hoard is composed of the governor, attorney general, auditor, treasurer ami secretary of state, and if the A. I1 gang gels a favorable decision from tho Hoard, It will draw iiK)ii tho republican Suite olllclals tho storm of Indignation that they ought not to invite. Assuming that they will do what they believe to bo right, every Intelligent person In Louisville knows that tho citizens of tho metropolis will bitterly resent a revorsal of the popular will asoxprosnad at tho polls. There Is absolutely no public sentiment to support ttilt attempt to steal the judgeships. Tho light has not been against republicans so much as against g the vile A. 1. A. and crew that has taken full control of the republican organization In Louisville and brought it a deserved defeat. Tho State oillolals must try the contest If It should bo brought up to them; but It seams that some of the otllclals are not only willing to try tho case, but are urging the Todd gang to make a contest. It Is a dangerous thing for them to do, and a Legislature about to meet, with a three to one democratic majority, ready to bring to bar any olllelal who has done wrong. However, the Hunterltes are blind to everything but tholr own brief authority. Know-nothin- Formnl announcement is made of the breaking of the engagement of Mr. George M. Pullman and Miss Fellclto Oglesby. It Is given out that tho practical disinheritance of tho young man by his millionaire father had nothing to do with the matter, but that is too transparent to be bolleved. I lev. J. II. Weaver, who proaehod here Sunday, performed the marriage ceremony at Cumpbellsville thatunltcd Miss Kltabelh Turner, sister of Mrs. Charles 11. Long, of Louisvillo, to Prof. W. M. Jackson, of Hlchmnnd, principal of tho Cumpbellsville high school. The faculty of Boston University Theological School have asked for the resignation of I lev. Mr. Reticle r, who married a couple In a lion's cage at tho xoologlcal garden. The lions having failed in their manifest duty, Jhu professors are doing the best that could be expected under tho circumstances. James Conner, of St. Louis, and Helen Gri tilth have been married three times in nine days. They eloped on Wednesday of last week and were mar ried by a justice of tho peace. Her pa rent, who are Methodists, didn't like that and hail a Methodist minister to marry Ilium, and tho groom's parents who tiro Catholics, demanded that a priest retie the knot. WIM.OW GltOVK. Creek. The ladles of the Christian church will give a good supper at tho Mason Hotel Thursday night, 18th. Admis- slon '2.'m. Supper will be served as early as (5 o'clock. Mr. James Provlns, who drives WIl.Mi: HAMILTON', the mail wnBon from hc to Stanford, Who was elected circuit clerk of Gar- year and claims to be one of tho 1102 heirs who raid. Is In his twenty-seconIs tho youngest circuit clerk in the j wI11 60on comu ln possession of an Ho lias a good common school tlltu ln Ncw York "' Wall street worth Ho Is a worthy young education and by Ills excclleet deport-- , $(1,000,000. ment and polite, courteous treatment n,'' Ho you need glasses? Then huvo to all. has made a friend of everyone ho has met. He is not much larger than a J0"1' eyes tested and spectacles proper-Houn- d of soan after a hard dav's wash-- i b' Httud. Dr. Harry M. Barg, the op- lug, but what Is lucking in statue is tlclan, will be with Thompson, the Jeweler, Lancaster, on Friday and Sat made up in intellect and goes into otllco with urday, Nov. 10 and 20. No charges for "Willie" "Jt. the best wishes of everybody and The examination. To provo that this Is a healthful loHocord predict that no one will regret that he has been placed in so impor cality, I note the fact that four gentletaut and responsible an oillce as the man, whoso average age is S2 years, one to which he has just been elected. huppencd to meet In my otllce. They Lancaster Hocord, to whose editor, were Messrs. Cluybourne Lear, age 01; Mr. Louis Laiidram, we are indebted J. II. Yttutts, 00; T. II. West 80 and Ham Brown 71. for the picture. At tho sale of Henry Marshbank, near Paint Lick, last Saturday, the RELIGIOUS. house and four acres of luud sold for Other than the pastors preached at SIM . Kivn hntiflrnil tvuvnlj rf i.fiiii every one of the white churches bote jsoU ttt$li00 delivered, 300 barrels to Sunday. Q jull,icij to tj,0 j0j)0tl the balance to Hov. A. S. MofTett will deliver at be iul in lhu ct.,bj Lebanon, Dec. 2, a lecture on, "What Tno dockel fop ol,.cljlt court- whIch "' v TIESIIE : THK DKUbHTS OF TENNIS. G-LOB- E, d J. L. Frohman & Co., Danville. , A BomB Thrown in Minney ! clever-heart-edne- s. Jacob Hommelstein. Caused consternation among fellow merchants. Any body killed ? No, but high prices on "ptorc goods" was blown "all to Hinders." Just a few cents aw left hanging on to prices where the dollar used to be prominent. See u Ladies' and Gents- Neckwear at 5c to 25c. All Silk. My WINTER UNDERWEAR at loc to 45c, nnd Teamster's Gloves at 20c. Ladies' come buy your Spool Thread at ;)9c per dozen for Clark's Best Six Cord. Come next week and get 20 pounds Granulated Sugar for Jl. A Nice Clock Given Away to tlie.ctistomerbujing the biggest bill of goods Saturday, N'ov. 13th. Don't fail to contest for it. II M s Mantle JACOB HUMMBLSTEIN, jrdvinncy, Xy. j J - I I I Saw in Palatine." Hov. J. C Dixon, of Lexington, will iiiui iiiijj,' mm -,- .Tuuiiii,) preach at .he Christian church next! oniimry The Christian Fndeavor Societies here havo accepted an invitation from the Societies at Lancaster to meet with them there Sunday night, 21st. The German Hoformed Church In ho United States last month celebrated Its 150th anniversary. It now 1ms 1,000 churches, with 2..0,000 members. It organized with live ministers and 1(1 churches. Elder J. M. Hash, of Winchester, closed a very successful meeting here Sunday night with .'10 or 10 ndded to the church. The ordinance of baptism was.performed by Hov. Marcum; 22 were baptized on Sunday evening last. Clay City Chronicle. Pastor J. 1. Wills writes: "I closed a meeting with Freedom church, Garrard county, October 31. Labored 13 days with 12 additions. This church was constituted In 1S00 by Hov. Samuel Whiting. The same house that was tlrst built. It has eight corners built out of poplar logs sawed with whip saw Instead of hewn. They are still in good condition. Steps are being taken to build a new house." Tho recent Cumberland Presbyterian Synod reduced tho nine Presbyteries In the Suite to six, to bo known ns Louisville, Cumberland, Logan, Mayfield, Owensboro and Princeton. The Presbyteries of Anderson, Davis and Nolin go out of existence, their territory and membership being allotted to others. Kentucky Presbytery will be known hereafter as Louisville. The denomi- infill. ."j Shoottngata rab- bit In too much haste caused James Ballard to pour hot shot into the legs of Herbert Cook a few days, towards whom tho gamo was running, but the latter gentleman was not seriously hurt though he thought nt tlrst ho was as dead as a muckcrel. Thu rabbit went on. Will Phillips and Levi Kolley, named In honor of the late Mr. Levi Hubble, caught 8 in an hour or two the other night, all of which were as fat as hogs at killing llmo and they sold them all In Danville next day In about 10 minutes ntCOo und Too each, they say. Harry Giovunnoli was one of tho purchasers. Their hunt was us successful as the one I look about 1.1 years ago near Hales Well In company with Messrs. A. A. McKlnnoy, Sr., T. P. Hill, Jr.. and Thomas Metcalf, 'x).-siuns nun i,i(uiij, ii IIIIKMiranL.0- - ; 10 old Common wealth and lo new Commonwealth cus-eThere tiro only .'I felony und no murder cases. j Mr. Letcher Owsley gave a delicious o'clock dinner Friday to his friend, Mr. Charles Frisble, who left Sunday, for Los Angeles, Cal., where ho will locate. Six couples were present and the occasion was highly enjoyable, Charley declared his intention to re- -' turn here In 1!K)0 to vote for Win. J. j Hryan. Now that the democrats have gained largely all over tho country, let them keep in mind the election of lS'JS. It is best to begin fixing tho fences at once. As for the 8th district, it must bo redeemed. It is democratic and tho election of a republican in 1300 was a mere Blip, brought about by a combination of circumstances, which do not exlstnow, the use of money nnd tho importation of votes, all of which will be watched in the future. With Hon. James B. McCrcary at the holm, the democratic ship can be safely ans. j 1 ,., ,....... ... I ' - .... ,..,, i,1LV. ,- I ni.t.1.. -. in, of ... ,, tl I COAL FAMINE I! Looking us in the face at present. 7i I l' 1 i We have ordered 50 cars from about 40 mines and are getting only a few cars. Prices are advancing daily. Stock your coal while you can get it. Both Lancaster and are hauling from our yards and it looks now like the supply will be exceedingly short. Hus-tonv- ille 'Sh J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. m 4 VI A.G.Sml CEILING, !. METAL ROOFING. FLOORING, xffiv SIDING. V f ( I'f STANFORD, KT. o chored. question whether or not the turnpike bonds carried hero aud in several other counties. If the uet of 1S00, which provides thut of thoso voting on thnt proposi- VfcN It seems to bo a W&S& FINISH. - two-thir- by. old Uncle Major Hays with two extra coon dogs and what wo did for the 'possums that night was a chacroncd plenty. James Gastlneau will shortly Contractor Martin Is having things move to the farm recently purchased pretty much his own way in tho farci- by him near Morel a ml. SltKTAW. cal Investigation of tho rotten chair contract. The Sinking Fund Commis- WON AFFECTION AND GOT CASH sion refused to allow Gov. Bradley to To Hit; IMIIurol tliu Istukiok Joruxu. grant tho request of tho Hoard of Trade CilAli OitCHAUD. Nov. 15. I am reof Louisville, when they asked permit quested by an educated colored woman slon to scud a chair export to usstst In of as good a colored family of people lnvcstlga the Investigation. And tho as there Is In Lincoln, to write you a tlon will bo Investigated when the Leg few lines to Inform the public how badIslaturo .iicets. Tho cyclone Is forming ly she has been treated by a vile scounbut tho fated victims do not faeo It. drel by the name of Gwlnn, who paid With malice toward none and chari- his devoirs to her, won her heart, obwill ty to all, the disinterested observer tained her haud In secret marriage, bo edllled if not instructed when tho and representing that he was in some whirlwind begins to toy with tho card uurevocablo trouble, procured all her houses and straw bonds that tho acci- money und left her a blighted and rudental republican bosses are so solemn- ined tlowor, to be buffeted by tho rudo ly interested In. There will bo a "look blasts of adversity and tho cold and unat tho books" and by experts too, but feeling censure of an uncharitable not ns It should have been under repub- world. This colored woman Is u noted lican direction. A democratic "Lexow teacher of tho Pennington family and Committee" will not bo us considerate her name Is Ida B. Pennington. She as a friendly and unblu&od committee desires you to publish this brief note of business men would havo been, had in your paper to let the world know they not boon rudely excluded from tho what a scoundrel has done to ruin tho iir,k. Willi tho trame must bo played young, the Innocont and unsuspecting out. Thoroare those who know tho victim of his artful wiles. vuhm of .1 roval straight Hush und an Fontain'K Fox BonniTT. and there are those who do not, but porslst In moving In tholr Postmaster E. T. Page, of Redwater, stack on a pair of deuces and a cold Texas, will be retained by this adminWaltkk Fokkkstkh. blurt. istration, and all because of tho birth of quadruplets and twins In his family, Editor Wulton, of tho IntkuiOU tho president saying that no man who JOL'HNAL, bomoana tho fact that tho has done and Is doing so much for his iwpulutlon of Stanford Is decreasing country, shall go unrecognised by him notwithstanding the fact that tho WalAt tho meeting In Louisville John II. ton family has increased from two to Ho thluks tho Sovereign was relieved of his position throo during tho year. master workman of the assessor has surely made a mlstake.and as general ot Labor. Henry A. Hicks, will doubtless make an effort to havo Knights of New York, succeeds him as head of tho census retaken. Glasgow News. G.Toinplo, tho order. At Rnasnil. this State, O. were killed by a boiler ox- after a hot light, defeated hla father J Five uion plosion In Evratt county, Texas. for police judge. o, nation has 100 preachers In these presbyteries, 217 churches and l(J,0"i(l members. Wo are Indebted to Miss Anne II. Shanks for a Into Memphis paper, which tells of tho resignation of Hov. W. K. Kills of his charge there to accept a call to the Vino Street Christian church, Nashville, recently held by Hov. II. Liu Cave, who became presi- dent of tho Kentucky Hiblo College. Tho paper says that this church Is the largest, strongest, richest, most Influ ential and cultured ones in the South of tho denomination to which it be longs, and tho call of so young a man as Mr. Fills to be Its spiritual guide is a signitlcaut tribute to the mental aud spiritual strength of the young pastor. During Mr. Kills' pastorate at Memphis ho has won the admiration and lovo of every member of his congregation, besides making hosts of friends among peoplo not of his religious faith nnd his church gave him up with unfeigned reluctance. Ills salary at Nashville will bo UU.OOO. tutional, then It is lost and tho only m remedy will bo to levy 2o cents on each m S100 worth of property annually and im r buy tho roads gradually. If It requires s of the voters voting at tho a election about 1,S00 would havo been jA necessary to carry It In this county, whllo only 1,400 were cast for It m Ki It was overlooked or forgotten by u tho voters.. Tho question of validity mT will be submitted during the approachT.T is ing term of our court. A telegram on Saturday morning announced tho death of Miss Minnie West, of this place, at Bristol, Tonn., whero she was attending school. Her fathor, Mr. W. T. West, was with her and brought tho remains home on Sunday morning. The" Christian church was crowded on Sunday afternoon by weeping relatives and friends who had gono thither to hear the funeral serrtwo-third' bo-cau- se tion is suillcient proves to be unconsti- gWft WINDOW Our Mock now complete T-- Farm and Yard FenceGLASS. at Lowest Cash Trices. .a isa -- TV iri & ffl :- - il TZTa i DRUGS, BOOKS AND STATIONERY a1.I.. klUW .. ...1 liVLTV UllIILr V.... UIIU E3 .' lsT t Sf. i" ..A, ELTA...1.1.. ill ltttiiui; iii-Ijlllt."t CISlfl I.. A'.ll.. s l,.iint. T 'I'.i l.l...i muiti-- iitwl uw ' j I .j vaiua. ij KJ fsi WA : "V I 1 W k W. B. MoBOBSETB. DKUGGIST. STANFORD. KY. JS fM r" Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Heavy Boots, Although It Is three weeks since the election, nine counties have failed to mako returns to tho secretary of State, Hickman, Fayette, Kenton, Caldwell, Henderson, Grayson, Mercer, Garrard and Perry. Tho returns of 2.'J other counties are incomplete. Of these the following are correct In other particulars, but havo reported no vote on tho constitutional ainundaieut: Livingstuu, Larue, Grceu, Wolfe, Estill, Floyd, Kuott, Laurel, Clay and Cu&oy. Thoro ought to bo a heavy penalty ngaiust such carelessness. mon, which was ably and appropriately delivered by Elder George Gowen. Many bitter tears were 6hed and lovely llowers dropped upon her grave by thoso who know and loved tho pure and noble young woman. Her death was one of tho saddest in the history of our people. She was 10 years of ago and had lived a devoted, consecrated Christian life since she was 11 years old. Sho was not only tho idol of the household, but of tho community, being kind, gentle and cheerful In every condition of life. Her mother preceded her to the spiritual abode about three years ago. Gents Furnishing Goods Prices 1 . liubbcr Coats, Mclntoshes, Trunks and Yaliscs. Low. Terms Cash. H. -- J. McROBERTS. H. C. RUPLEY, Three of the eight surviving soldiers the war of 1S12, now on the pension rolls of the government, are over 100 years of ago. Thoy aro Iloeoa Brown, of Grant's Pass, Ore., lOo years of age; Elijah Glenn, of Newark, N. Y., aud Eleuzar Smith, of Danbury, N. II., of 1 THE MER6HANT TAILOR -- IsJ Receiving his- - each 101 yoars old. GOODS, FALL AND WINTER Give him a'Calli Guaranteed. iioods Warranted and a Perfect Fit ,fe, AaAMLj . - . " -- V''T. , St-- - ' l"i 'Hi-f- - II I General Gary, In his annual report, Tho administration hns mado a poll in this issue will bo THE LOUISVILLE STORE'S STRONGEST AND MOST found a tablo of the vote in this, tho of tho United States, and Is satisfied proposes a plan for postal savings doTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL Eighth Congressional district, which thnt tho Hawaiian annexation treaty positorics. -At Ashland, Miss., W. II. Harrison, while a big improvement for democra- will bo ratified. M. P. Iletherlngton has Bold tho Leb- pdltorof tho Register, was stabbed to f fJUft 04AAMF cy on the result of last year, is still Nov 16. 1897 not as gratifying and as decided as It anon Enterprise plant to Prof. Thomas death by J. L. McDonald. Stanford. Ky., TV TW Andrew Sutton was shot to death might be. It will bo seen that Shack- W. Mattlngly, and tho latter has asfrom ambush near Ewlng, W. Va., elford boat Bailey, republican, only sumed control of the paper. W. P. WALTON. There will bo no more appointments eiglit miles from Middlesboro. S0 and when tho voto for the other A highwayman robbed a mall carrier sub- to places whero bonds are required, so candidates for appellato clerk arc of tho democratic tho president told every republican of registered letters containing about Responding to our suggestion that tracted from that $1,000 In cash at Warren, Idaho. tho Harrodsburg Democrat's post elec- candidate it will show that ho lost the who called at tho Whlto House Satur J. C. Collins, a prominent and tion pun" of Judge Sautley, for whom it district by 045. We repeat that, view- day. Ben W. Hall was appointed postmas- wealthy citizen of Warren county, was had no good word during the campaign, ed In this light, tho situation is not as Jami- thrown from his buggy and killed. seemed to bo an elTort to keep In with rosy as we could wish, especially In a ter at Mt. Sterling, and John M. rein-tlv- o Jesse Klrkland, who shot and killed used to be sure for a dem- son, Jr., at Mlllcrsburg. Hall Is a tho victors, that paper calls attention district that Jack Johnson for abducting of the Owsloys of this county. JOURNAL ocratic majority of anywhere from 1,- to the fact that tho Intkuiok Judge Warner E. Settle will npiolnt Miss Kirklaud, was acquitted at used to bo an advocate of tho gold SOOtotf.OOO. Although nearly a year John B. standard, and adds that it deserted the before the election, It Is not too soon to his young brother-in-law- , Theodore Durrant. the condemned Arc presented in the Styles, Qualities and Prices of goods offered. cause in a night, after the Lexington begin to discuss tho question of who Rodes, master commissioner of Warren murderer, who was to havo been exe- Wc can not begin to tell you in this small space but cordially invite convention, IS months ago. We plead can more certainly and more complete- county. Tho office pays near iJo.OOO a cuted Friday, was granted another re- you to call and examine the merchandise advertised. They represent guilty to the first assertion of our es- ly redeem tho district and glvo It a rep- year. William Goodpastcr Ramsey, judge-ele- spite. teemed contemporary, but tho latter resentative in Congress of whom It will for little money. Last week's business was good and A preacher in South Carolina was great values of Bath county, Is only 27 years charge is fiction. Our files will show bJ proud. It Is no time for a scramblo new goods are arriving daily to fill up stock. You arc sure at all times shot and killed by a detective, who that we maintained our position on the for the olfiee, no time for short horses old, and will have tho distinction of be- mistook his victim for a dispensary law ol getting something new. Read our prices below and come to sec and none but those possessing ing tho youngest county judge In tho currency question up to tho Chicago to enter violator. the goods. convention and then submitted to the capacity, Integrity and undoubted de- State. A former member of the Ohio Legis of the majority of tho party's mocracy should bo considered. Tho Gov. Bradley appointed Hon. John decision A good all wool suit of clothes for men 4. was sent to prison at Victoria, constituted authorities, believing with very best and strongest man should bo W. Yerkes, of Danville, a commission- lature for forging A good, all wool Beaver Overcoat for only $$ , B. C, a check and stealing er of tho Deaf and Dumb Institute, to President Cleveland, that "tho ac- made our standard bearer, ono A good, all vool Ulster Overcoat for the small sum of $$. over tho district and In whom succeed Judge Joseph H. Thomas, re- a typewriter. ceptance of the arbitrament of tho NaDamage 6tiits aggregating ?:tlK),000, Mcintosh Overcoats at $2.50; a $$ value. is the underlying the people have confidence, and who Is signed. tional convention disCharges havo been preferred against growing out of the Cahaba bridge of party organization," as he able to cope with tho best speakers that principle Hoys Long Pants Suits, age 11 to iq, 52.50. aster in Alabama, havo been settled wrote the editor of the Atlanta Consti the republicans can produce. There United States Deputy Marshal Thomas for $75,000. Boys' Knee Pants Suits (ft 75c. tution after his second nomination, will be no other office to be filled next Salvor. Sr.. of Louisa. It Is claimed In Leslie county John Sebrcc shot Men's Jeans Pants, 50c pair. which paper had opposed him very vig- November xind the man who wins will that ho Intimidated voters at the re and killed Henry Davis, and wns In Men's Overall Pants, double front, and Jackets (5 90c. convention and ac- have to do so without the aid of other cent election. orously before the turn shot and mortally wounded by Dacepted him afterwards. We did no candidates. Therefore it will require Tho next session of the Kentucky Men's Full Stock Boots $1.50. vis' sister. more, no less than accept tho arbitra- ono able to bear tho burdens and re- legislature will probably change the Men's Fine French Kip Boots $2 50 Railroads arc resuming their train ment of the Chicago convention and in sponsibilities of iho campaign, a good election laws. Tho most important Boys' Knee Pants (, 25c. man who can meet tho change that now seems probable Is the service in nearly all parts of tho South, our issue of July 14, immediately suc organizer and a the yellow fever having received its ceeding Bryan's nomination, wo wrote opposition in every proper way. abolition of tho party device on the of- death blow. We believe that all of theso qualifi- ficial ballot. after expressing regret over tho free Carl Haclzen, a German baker, comdeclaration and others, and the cations are mora fully combined in Friends of I. H. Goodnight, who mitted suicide silver at Torre Haute. lie failure to nominate Bland or some oth- Hon. James B. McCreary, of Madison, made such a brilliant race for circuit first cut his throat and then jumped in wc nave n icw jacKcis yet on nana to close out at less than actuIn tho district. judge and was elected by such a large er older and longer tried democrat, as than In any other man , follows: al COST. Come and get your fit before your size is sold. All wool 8th district, which ho majority, are already urging him to be- to a cistern. Everybody in tho California millionIt Is not our purpose now, however, represented so faithfully and with such come a candidate to succeed Appellato John Bradbury, a a aire, was caught by storm at sea In a Beaver Jackets & $3 50, 54 and $$. All wool Black, Blue and 'Green either to criticise tho platform or find distinguished ability, knows him and Judge GufTy. fault with the nominee. Our readers small boat and remained out five days Capes, finished with beading and braid, for $2. Ladies' Black The democrats swept the platter in without food. know that we did all In our humble no one doubts his capacity or his integSkirts ($1.25. Ladies' Plaid and Figured Skirts in all colors power to stem the free silver tide und rity. To our mind, he is the one man Graves county. Every officer elected, Henry Phillips, colored, a self-co- n fought for the gold standard till the last who can. redeem tho district and restore even down to magistrate and constablo, S1.25. Feather Boas, 25c, each. Eiderdown Cloaking for Sacks day In the evening. But that Is not; position to which it Is entitled was a wool fessed murderer and moonshiner, was and Wraps at 35c, yd. Broadcloth and Waterproof, 5. inches" wide, do not arrogate to it to tho here nor there. Wo lynched at Osceola. Ark., Saturday at oursolves inoro wisdom than is possess-- ! and to which he contributed so much. freo silver democrat. No other kind midnight. 50c and 75c. Dress Goods, Silks, Ribbons, Blankets. Comforts, ed by tho majority of the constituted His democracy is beyond question and had a ghost of a show. Monitor. Charles Klefer, aged ID, shot his fa- Buggy Robes, &c, arc sold proportionately LOW. of the party, and believing authorities 0j,i m,pg aml suVcritcs alike have conIt is said that Gov. Bradley Is con- ther, Smith Klefer, to death at Sclplo, sidering the propriety of recommend- Ind,, because the latter objected to his the one adopted at Chicago, and while aside to glvo others a chance, and the ing tho abolition of tho feeblo minded going bird hunting. surrendering no conviction previously result was the district was lost to de Institute and suggesting that the new In tho circuit court at Owensboro expressed, nor at the same time profes-- . mocracv by 2,4S0. We do not know building, nearly complete, be turned nino persons were found crazy and orsing any Infallibility, weshall endeavor! , A.UHHA.SKV A CO, IWhikmrh McCreary wants the nomina- oyer to the trustees of tho reform ders were made continuing annual alwo do T. D. KANEY, Mamaukii. the nominees our hearty support. So tion for the office again, but schools. lowances for 11 others. hurrah for Bryan and Sewall and may, know that the people want him as their of tho Kentucky LegisAll this talk A Chicago broker has a pet wild ett Par, Carlislo, Mt. Sterling, H.irdstown, I.awrenceburg, fynthlmin, Vermillion, Etui- the devil take McKinley and his run-- standard bearer and that If he is noml- lature's calling for Senator Lindsay's which Is as largo as a full grown bull nence, Georgetown, KUzabcthtown, Frankfort, and Mnucknort, Ind. ning mate. nated, he will know no such word as That's tho kind of a democrat we aro fall and that Jackson and Rockcastle resignation Is pure rot. No ono should dog. It stays In his office with him and always will bo world without end. will not roll up republican majorities think of lending a color of truth to Mr. and follows like a canine. John C. BulliUyJr., a son of Judge We make no effort to keep in with the of 1,072 and GSO respectively, as they Watterson's claim that tho dominant ,,, faction of tho democratic party In Ken- Joshua F. Bullitt, of Jellerbon county, out we oo imiKu curnuai, iiur, dW thjj othur d victors, bul help l(J sweU tucky Is composed of organized fools. Ky., committed suicide at the Central to help make the victors. We bavonmjor, DenU)Crats aro asked to , Cynthiana News. changed our opinions on the cur-Railroad Hotel, In Now York. tion8 und act for tll0 Mer lhQSQ m An exchange says 20,000 more mortrency question, as all who know us or bost ,nterusta of lho The court of appeals decides with t gages were recorded in Ohio up to No- the auditor that old circuit clerks are . can testify and the Uem- read our paper ocrat falsifies the record when It says The democrats of Kenton had a rous-th- vember 1st than were recorded last not entitled to the 5 fee In folony caswe 'splattered" our former co-- j jng celebration of their victory Satur- - year. It Is not charged, however, that es and they will havo to refund. George Isaacs, aged 71, an alleged bollevers after we soaked up Bryan QUy night. Judge Tarvln and other this evidence of prosjierity had anytheories. If we ever "splattered" j successful candidates rode at the head thing to do with the reduced Mark bigamist, eloped with Mnrgaret Mar-cuin Floyd county, and then gave them it was not because of that belief, 0f the procession and were cheered Hanna vote In that State last week. but because they saw fit to play second very lustily. Many transparencies bore It Is given out that Jack Chlnn will her tho slip without marrying her. fiddle to Hanna and formed a McKinley the legend, "Win, Goebel for. Cover-Ai- be a candidate for Congress In tho 8th A. G. Gilliam, manager of a St. Society, thus helping to foist upon nor," and ono club of about 100 men district, says a boltocrat paper, after Lou in printing establishment and demSt the country a reckless republican ad" ; carried paper lanterns on each of another boltocrat paper had origina- ocratic candidate for State Senator with its thieving tariff which was printed, "For Governor, ted the story, to try to complicate mat- killed himself without apparant cause. ministration and other devilish inventions to rob jsy.9, Goebel." Miss Maggie Brandon, of Owunsboro, ters in this district. Chlnn says he has no idea or even desire to run for any cowhldcd Charles Leo severely for listhe people. The Interior Journal j office In the gift of the people. tening to conversations of hers over stands for as sound money as can bo j The trrand jury at Covington has a combination claim the telephone and then rotating for local self government and fori dieted J. W. Pomfrey, the editor of a The A freo trade and sailor's rights, and is scurrilous sheet, for criminally that 20 republican members of the Gen- them. all conditions and circumstances log. Senator Goebel. Pomfrey's own eral Assembly of Ohio can be relied on HV A huge anaconda escaped from his n .lomnni-n- t Pnn nil., ro.ti.nmf.il con-- 1 Statement 01 UIO trOUOlC OCIWCOIJ mm to vote against Mr. nantui. The antis cane in a Philadelphia mucoum, broke temporary say as much oven though It, and tho Senator stamps him as a char- will first try to embarrass Mr. nanria, a man's ribs and crushed a trick pony acterless coward, who seeks notoriety and secondly thoy hope to secure abso- to death before he was lassoed and rewears the name? But this is no timo for opening old by barking after decent people who arc lutely tho control of tho General As turned to confinement. sores. Let us all forget the past and sometimes compelled to notice him. Willis B. Campbell sembly by reason of being In a position was Bhot and killed Instantly by Officer strive hereafter ior the success of the Courier-Journhas a most to dictato. The party, which alone can give tho people amusing editorial on the arrest of HenTho Knox County News is kind Oscar Duncan, at Shelbyvillo. Camp relief from burdensome taxation and ry May, a gentleman of color, for shoot enough to say: Brother Walton, of tho bell had been drinking heavily and Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Hridles, insure an economical government. Stanford JOURNAL, Is receiving car tried to shoot the officer. Huggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. ing at the oyster given by Green street loads of congratulations from the press The Brotherhood of Locomotive En. The Interior Journal docs not saloons with each drink of beer, which of Kentucky on tho result of tho elecRoom Opposite Court-Hou- se flno farm Square, Stanford, Ky" w" wager was written by Mr. .las. tion in Lincoln county. A good, Influ- gineers purchased awill become near wish to appear officious or dictato-Mattoon, 111., which tho W. Hopper, whose dry humor and fund rial. Its suggestions are not made ential newspaper like tho Journal site of a home for dependent engineers, in either spirit, but for the good of the of general information, Is the life of makes a great difference in tho result their widows and orphans. "UIi' l" maRV party as It sees it. and are simply . uvu,y I,iiri Tho profits of Monto Carlos gambof a political battle. thrown out for the people to discuss Little Tom Pettit's attempt to OFFICIAL RETURNS OF THE 8TH CON- ling tables for tho year ending Oct. .'II, and accept or reject, as they may deem were a million dollars below those of counteract Gov. Bradley's caustic GRESSIONAL DISTRICT. m- proper. Without consulting the genywkww wm nar rar. 1 Is the lamest effort we have the previous year. Tho suicides durj? 5 tleman or knowing his wishes In the ever read. The knock-ou- t blows of E. ing tho year numbered 3o. a. 2. Withers shows the brightest, cleanest line of Furniture, . W n matter, we beg leave to suggest Hon. n S 2 s Banker Weathers, of English, protho governor seem to have addled T. 3 5 7 countms. Robert J. Breckinridge, of Boyle, for : i a j 5 poses that if tho authorities will proPettit's little brain and ho floundered i ' 2. attorney general In the race to be run tect him from violenco ho will return in a column or two without say"" "8S9 year after next. Ho is admirably equip- around Andenon '! and assign all his property for the bening anything. a ,CI K' Hoyle i:3 ?! ped for the ollice, being5 the peer of WW flamni:.. -- . 5 His efit of the creditors of his bank. W .laikvm any lawyer in the State, and possessed i mi JJ Wa'l Paper, Window Shades, Rugs. Portieres and Lace Curtains. I proposition has been accepted. POLITICS Jewaiulue !! I"'8 6 82 CO in a remarkable degree ofMhe faculty 1W1 Lincoln.- keep the stock to select from. Price is an object. Look and you Tho expert who has been working on e 121 vm of expressing himself orally or with Carlisle will move to Mercer :..: 8 61 V 1IM 1IM books of defaulting State Treasurer will be convinced. ' 3 tho m lj! M 1IW pen in a decidedly clear and eloquent New York City from Washington, Dec. Itockcaitle Hartley, of Nobraska, announces that Shelby 1S 19U ' manner. He is besides, a democrat of 1. Jw it jenccr tho shortage reached $870,000. Bart-le- y In Marion county only 45 persons vodemocrats and has spent and been 2ftf 10C7 199 14031 14017 Is now serving a sentence. ted for and 711 against tho constltution- - TotaU ' Bpent for tho cause of the people, who ' Branch Store sit Ilustonvillc, 11. Cumnita, Manager. M?' President J. C. Darragh. on trial at riiiraYiiiw owo him a debt of gratitude that they al amendment. Independence, Mo., charged with R. S. Collier, of Franklin, has sue- -' could In part repay with the nominawrecking the Kansas City Safe Deposit ceeded Congressman Rhea's brother as tion for attorney general. He is well Told and Savings Bunk, was found guilty known all over the State and popular Rhea's private secretary. imprison-mbn- t. Bud Beard, accused of criminal as- and sentenced to two years' Tho president appointed Charles everywhere. Ho would make an ideal uttorneyto represent tho State and wo, PaS Bryan, of Illinois, to be United sault, was hanged by a mob at Eutaw, At Marshall, Mo., a lot of Poland Headed by U. S. MODEL, rjo. 38,353. Ala. trust his friends will hwin nt nnnn tn States minister to China. Samuel McKee, of Washington, Ind., China hogs sold at an average of $40. Son of Klovcr's Model, No. 29,719, tho greatcM. breeding hog living, and HUNDLEY'S M. Scott, of.New York, says Francis make him our standard bearer. uuAuur,, no. iz.uui, son oi wio wonuw Uhiunplou, Claude, No. 11.007. it cost him S'J,9a5.20 to bo elected jus- was killed In a baso ball game at PlttB-bur- Tho highest prico was $600, paid for a toppy young hours ready for service. A uoiuraUlimgilts old enough to breed, und bred Kino. hnw ........ few show In every respect, with " ...Inl.a rmaunln '.l.l. pig by Missouri Chief, out of boar lur suin, iiiinkuhjk is sincuy Pa. The republican commlttco of Louis- tice of the supreme court. pedigrees, deA. Dana shows White Face 2nd. At Higginsvllle, see my hogs. rrices reasonable und satisfaction guaranteed. Write your wants or coino and ville and JclTerson county has fired Tho will of Charles The entire independent ticket Judge Charles G. Kitchle, Coroner J. feated In Bell county by tho republi- that ho left property valued at over same State, 05, all spring pigs except A few fresh Jersey Cows for sale Thoy nrogoodones. Also Mammoth I'ckln Duck A. E. HUNDLEY, JU,x 105, Danville, Ky. two sows, averaged $21 and 7fi aged Eggs, 91 for 13. C. Hood, Richard J. Watts and Wm. cans will contest tho election. 81,000,000. J. Allen from the party and committee A railroad fireman committed Buloldo Chinos at Oakland brought $41.10 avJudge W. H. Phillips, of Jessamine, county judge, has in North Dakota by jumping into tho erage. "because of their infidelity, treachery who was There aro just 70 now comers, to the of his engine. and conspiracy against the republican already served 20 years in that capac. burglars were tracked to a 2:10 list in 189710 trotters and 51 Two party." The notable distinction of ity. Of these, three trotters and 11 being denounced by such a disreputable The official returns show that Hind-ma- n church in Logan county by blood.. . pacers sommonced tho season without It has full Courses of Study in all departments. It has t ml noil nnH got 73 votes In his homo county of hounds and captured. crowd as is at the head of republican It has all needful facilities for tho thorough training of f in nil ulrls . ma i.n '" . went down to records. .. . "" " Gov. Hastings, who affairs at the metropolis is one that tho Adair, which was exactly 1,400 less iui i.uu -- tu.iu uuu Luuvuuiuncu oi Dianiora ana Lincoln rntmiv !., ..n .1... J. A. Justice's stable near Provi- cinuinucu popl of lumfoia aaa vicinity. Instead of dissipating their Influence by patronlilng otb-- r gentlemen should prize m a mark of than Shackelford got and 1,389 less Chattanooga to assist in dedicating tho aakooU, rally aroaaa tbs CoIUm and giro It their wilted and hearty support. honor. It will to be regarded at least than Bailey. He beat Parker and Wal- Pennsylvania monuments on tho battle dence, burned, and with it 33 fine mulei Masioa opaas Ispt. Ita or full Information call on Mrs. Sauflev at tho vllmrniand a big lot of provender. fields near there, is ill at that city. &. writ for catalog". lace, however. M. by all boaorable Prmidimt. Elsewhere I - : - GODtfiMDG Arguments s May-Hel- d. ct well-know- n CAPES AND JACKETS. Bro-cade- d rock-rlbbo- d, dycd-lu-th- o ) THE LOUISVILLE STORE. r , con-nev- er Expert Glass Cutters. at J Window Lights Furnished In All Sizes at the Lowest Prices. CRAIC HOOKER. d e, jssEasgiarg bj''ji-j- antl-Hann- libel-und- er UnDGRCAKIOG I J. C. M'CLARY. Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. an al J ir-ixy-wvr'i'- on I lnmRTMrTnTTTWR Mfe,,.kiM "" Carpets, Matting, II. 2- J jj H ' ry -- J; '- -- 20-ye- ar W. IV. WITHERS. STANFORD. News Briefly flign Locust Hem Reg. Poland Dfiinas. i . g, !. first-cla- ss II fire-bo- x Where to Send My Girl to School Send Her to Stanford College.' M . pa-cor- s. ?" .,,..i,..,i ,.i. .va, , M Nt - BUBL-fON- if ggiJSEgg" - - . - V Mjf A i . WiTTf ,i"i ; 1 'iirr'"iT,,i"Mi;""""''"T""'"""r"M""t""":!" "f "f Llfl" T -- ft-" jfjlj,? .y"j"- - - '"'1''lr " F r.T.?-'"- I " B t. l')'.JF'T,Jfjgr - Clioici: wedding presents at Dunks'. DKSlliAliLft cottage on LoMil. J. T. Jonbs, who has just gono THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Coai, Famini: ! Seo our ad. J. II. gan avenuo for rent. Just vacated by into the plumbing business, did an exD. N. Holler. J. 9. Peyton. cellent job In that lino for tho writer, 2z Roman Striped Percale for 8c. naughmun fc Co. who hereby glvo3 him cordial recom- Curling Tongs for 4c TUB sale of James W. Guest's propStani'oku, Ky., Nov. 6, 1807 Hlacic caki: Ingicdlonts of all klndH erty was postponed at Danvlllo yester- mendation. Gilt Edge Shoe Polish lor 20c at Warren A; Shanks'. day, In order to give him more time. 45c Tub liscal court of Mercer allowed 50 Ovtralls for 15. C. Wai.to.v, IU'ai.sis.4 M.vjuonit. 4c J. S. Owaley, Jr., 8125 and all the oth- Outing Cloth for Window glnss In all sizes, Bottom Salb. I will dispose of my entire lot er counties of tho district have dono Laundered Percale Shirts for .' 25c prices at Penny's Drug Store. of furniture ut auction at my residence . ., mmOC likewise, except Garrard, which will uOoq x itinncjcttcs Pltnscilll'TlONSuro filled right and Fiusn oysters at 35o per quart, re- In Stanford, Nov. 20. It. Williams. Best Quality, 'Latest P. tterns Flannelettes also come to time. 10c prices at 1'enny's Driij Store. ut rllit. ceived dally. John II. Meter. Good Cotton Hose MY plaeo for salo or rent privately. 4c Anothbu boy arrived ut Mr. W. R. Good Whisk Broom gc Possession to suit purchaser. Horses, DUlion's PERSONALS. Klixiant Onyx Tables and H.inquol Sunday morning and Mr. and Men's Heavy Undershirts 20c Lamps. Dunks, the jeweler, Seo win- - mules and cattle for sale. J. S. Hund- Mra. W. It. Dilllon. Jr., are to be conEU). .I.T. SilAKHAUD went to CinCanton Flannel ley, Stanford. 5c dow. gratulated, writes a friend. Grandpa, cinnati Friday. Good Jeans 15c. I did not steal these goods. The reason I c?n "OLD Grandma Wells," us alio was Tucker says his grandsons will help the Mil. T. M. WlUTK, of Corbln. was J. II. HaUOHMaN &, Co., are putting known by everybody, died at Sholby naxl generation to fully redeem Itock-Clt- y sell them so low is I bought them for CASH and I am selling them here Saturday. a high fencu around tholr coal yard at Saturday night, at an advanced castle county, as ho will bee that they for Spot Cash. MliS. 13. N. ROM.i:it went to Now tho mill. age. Shu was the mother of Mrs. Ran-nl- e always put the cross under the rooster. Haven yontyrduy. Burks, who used to live here, and Stock must be reduced. Special inMlt. S. V. ROWLAND and wife were Tin: Fremont Comedy Co., which is r of Mrs. I. W. Fish, of ducements to cash buyers. Come and guests of Mrs. M. J. Mlllor en route to playing this week in Danville, and Stanford. bcc. Mark Hardin. Richmond. which has received nlco notices from b Cummins la with her Mits. Jamks Rembdy. It is said that If tho papers In tho towns It has showed, Good show, at cheap prices, next Ciibai parenla at Crab Orchard. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday you will take the broken carbons to be will be hero three nights next week, Ri: It. U. MAllONY preached at nights, at Walton's Opera House. found under any arc light and keep beginning Monday, 22d. It is a reperFalmouth, hla old home, Sunday. them in your pocket, they will cure the toire company and gives a bright and A Nkouo, named Cornelius Stoker, worse case of Miss Auci: Hudson, a Lancaster rheumatism over known. sparkling new play each night, besides beauty, Ih visiting Miaa Mary Uoazley. who was arrested for disorderly conduct A Cincinnati paper relates that W. T. filling in tho time between acts with s specialities. The company John Witiiuow, of McKlnnoy, wont by Marshal Nuwlaud, got 95 and trim Woodard, the Lexington horseman, up to Corbln Saturday to lake a job of mings. who was on crutches during a recent Is composed of real artists and they good entertaiment tiring. Is your property Insured? If not bcc stay at the Grand Hotel, was so bene- give un Good Goods at the Lowest Possible Cash Prices. Xo Mlt. D. U. KDMISTON ia now Harry C. Baughman, agent for tho Ky. fited by them that he discarded his The admission has been placed at 10, 20 and HO cents, which ought to fill the at Mr W H. Traylor'a Growers Insurance Co. Best insur-anc- crutches In one day. Goods sold on time but one house each night. distillery. cheapest rates. Tub decision of the Lincoln circuit Miss HirrriK McFam., of Crab OrSunday night Undertaker J. C. McClary court In tho cases of tho Robinson-Norto- n PLUClCY Woman. Dbatil chard, apent several daya with the and other Louisville firms vs. while James I. Wllmot, of the Hubble furnished a casket Sunday for tho Mlstos Dcllord. old child of Mr. and Mra. Geo. Stephens & Knox, late Rowland mer- section, was at church, some one went Mil. AND Mits. T. J. Fostkii wont to Jcaaumlnc Friday to vlblt tho family of W. Taylor, of near May wood, which chants, was reversed by tho court of to his house and tried to gain entrance uppcnN. The firm made an assign by pushing the door in. Mrs. Wilmot died of consumption. Thomas Mctcalf. ment, which sought to cut out theso ' and four children were there alone, Mits. J. M. Lkaii and daughter, Lu Mlt. J. E. BliUCB has bought of Mrs. men units, who had attached, and on but equal to the ocaasion, she placed cy, of Mound Valley, Kansas, aro guests Fannie Dunn liur rorldencu and 10 acrca account of numerous frauds shown, the muzzle of u double barreled shot of Mrs. A. L. Spoonamoro. of land on the Danvlllo pike, just be- Judge Saullcy under a previous decis-- j gun in a small holo that had been Is a fcaturo of our Prescription Department upon which we prido ourJaici: YOUNG and Miss Nannie Eliza yond tho toll gate, for $2,250 and will Ion of the uppellatc court, made them made by tho removal of a lock and selves. We do not slight such prescriptions simply because the mediYoung, of the Highland Bection, are move his family to It In a few days. preferred creditors. The decision re- - ( pulled the trigger. The brute was a cines are to be given to domestic animals. Drugs and chemicals of both down with typhoid fever. verses this and makes all the creditors long time getting off the porch and doubtful quality are not "good enough" at our store. This is why you Mil. It. It. Gi:nthy has moved hia IIkih winds hnvo prevailed for sev- equal. when Mr. W. returned he found tho should bring us your prescriptions for Condition Powders, Linifamily from Mcllrayor, Anderhon coun- eral days and the prediction of rain It ments, Poultry Medicines, Hog Cholera Remedies, Dog Medicines, &c. To TUB PliBSiDBNT. A large letter lloor of ...in covered with blood. Mr. ty, to hlaold home on Hawkina' branch. last night seemed bitre of fulfillment. . ... .. itm We aho have a large number of formulas for for prepailng all kinds of "V . ",? " " "' addressed as follows was dropped in the , Decidedly colder, fair, Tuesday, is tho Mil. J. H. Caiitisk and wife, of remedies for all diseases of domestic animals. a few days and woe be unto him If he succeeds. letter box at the Garrard county, were here further promise of tho weather bureau. ago: "President MeKinley, United aavural hours returning from Louis-villTub fire alarm yesterday morning Tin: L. it N. has compromised with States of America." The handwriting from the paper in a Hue J. It. OrmlorlT for the killing or hia was good, but the writer not only full- II. Moiet 's sleeping apartment in John over his Lfrri.K Huoil. son of Mr. and Mr. son, John, who was u fireman, by pay- ed to put the complete address but did store catching fire and communicating F. F. Sandldgo, of the West EnJ, ia re- ing him 83,500. There were no condi- not stick on enough stamps. Postmas- it to a picture and the curtain, which covering from a alight attack of cnrlet tions accepted aa to certain runs for ter Bout Is not a respecter of persons, were burned. The fire company re23 5 fever. a bucket or sponded with alacrity, him. however, nnd ho put on a sufficient two of water had done but work by the of the W. SCOTT McGUHIK, chairman BlO Dbal. J. H. Sowdcr, of Stan- amount and marked "due 2c" as boldly tlmo it got there. tho democratic county committee, of If to some comYesterday was a day of alarms. AnJukbon, was here lust week looking ford, cloied a deal hero by which lie as the letter was goingWhen McKin-le- y other alarm sounded at.'1:.'I0 P. M. and mon, every dny person. transfers to the A. Moody Lumber for a farm. companv was soon at the scene. tho sees It ho'll lire Mr. Itout forthwith Tho fire stable on Mrs. S. C. Truehcart's l)it. l.S. Wi;si.itY, of Mlddleburg, Company of Chicago, 2,".ll acres of property occupied by Rev. B. R. Noel brought MIi Mottle Godboy, of that coal and limber land in Katlll county. and Immediately for tho insult. was enveloped In llamcs and could not Inllrmnry, for Tho consideration was ?i:t,202. LouisDon't overlook our splendid line We oiler very fine gauze, fast place, to Joseph l'rlco Bonds Sold Conditionally. not ho saved, but after some slow work, of fine Blankets. The saving of 25 black fUeccd Hose at 2oe and 45c. ville Commercial. Saturday. treatment When the fiscal was called to meet the roof of another small house on the cents toil to you. Home - made Look at our 10c, loc and 25 cent same lot and the roof of John W. WalMils. A. V. Sl.KMOlti:, boh Virgil 12. A. Wuitb, who took the contract Saturday It was thought the bond isoiie Comforts, large size and good cot- Wool Hose. lace's stable, which had also caught and Mlaa Octnvla Slzemore, of New- U) Improve tho ford near G. A. ton filled. hud carried aud that a settlement of fire, were extinguished. Mr. Noel lost A fine ribbed fast black Hose, Misses, 5 to 8 at 25 cents. Splendid port, are guesta of Mrs. H. K. Wearen for which tho county appropri- the vexed turnpike question was near some hay und harness and the buildvalue. and othur frienda hero. fences burned were worth ated 9100, tells us that he not only did at hand, but It was afterwards found ings and$200 or $:i00and there was no Hit. L. H. GiM.vrrTi: and win, perhaps Mits. of all the the work well, but shortened the ford that it required Leslie, of Marion, Kansas, arrived Fri- 2tl5 feet, as formerly It waa necessary voters at tho election, and not simply insurance. The origin of the fire is a mytery. day to vlblt her sisters, Mesdamus It. to go up tho Hanging Fork that dis- of tho-- c voting on the question, to carS. Lytlo and W. U. Penny. ry tho bonds. The full court mot and tance. FARM AND TRADE, Mil. W. G. McKlNNKY, of Montgommany turnpike ownurs were pre.-en-t, CllAHLKY McItOHBHTS, late of Stan- but nothing could be dono In the prom-UeBtuok bo nobly to hla ery, Ala., who died Malvolio, the great poat during the yellow fever siege, ar- ford, played in bad luck at LaGrange. save the conditional sale of the at Nashville. In tho election for town marshal ho bond to n Chicago linn, N. W. Harris Good work horse for sale. W. B. rived Sunday to visit hia homufolks. Just opened a line of Fascinators of Ml. Ver- and E. K. Brown tied, each receiving t Co., which agreed, if their attorney Mcltoberts. won l.'i races with the HamDoes this pinching weather re Judok It. G. Williams, Kd Guors 0 mind you that your Underwear Hoods and Saqucs. Knit Shirts at was here yetrday and waa con- 15 votes. They drew slips of paer approved of the purchase, to take non, lin stable this year. supply needs replenishing 1 We 35 to 50 conts. is the name of a five per cent, at a or loss, gratulated on all handa for hia famous from a hat, until one drew the slip with can furnish you for a very small tho word "Marshal" written thereon, premium of $10 u $1,000. They are to Canadian trotter. victory over the Hothurum gang In outlay of casii. Anoconda. 2:0s, holds tho record for which fell to tho lot of Brown, tho let the court know by Tuesday, 2Md, Itookcabtlu. gildings. when it will again meet to consider the Mits. J. T. Johnson, whoso husbitiul present marshal. Pence & Dawes bought of Lucius Garrard, 75 sheep at 2!c. dlod of yellow fever in Now Orleana TUHKBYS. J. W. Christian .t Bro turnpike question. Two propositions .Perkins, of A Nelson county man sold 10 dehorn- daya ago, arrived Saturduy have only killed about 500 turkeys to wore made Saturday. Tho Crab Orchauveral e) cattle of 1,000 pounds average atHJc. with her children to make hor homo at date and havo them stored away In a ard and Danville pike otlored to take W. II. Johnson bought of Jones it her father, J. II. Horn's. refrigerator car at Rowland. They $1,000 a mile for its 1G miles In the Baugh, of Pulaski, 12 yearling cattle at county and tho Stanford. Dix River, Miss Vihoinia Lkb Caki'KNtt.k, of tell us that their capacity is about Dry Goods, Clothing unci Shoes. $.'1.0 a mile for about llv miles. B. G. Fox shipped to Joo Jordan, SaSt. Loula, a very handaomo young jwr day, but the disinclination of iVc, lady, who has been on a vlatt to Dr. J. tho people to bell, thinking they will Others were, ready with propositions, vannah, 10 horses bought at his stablo at $G0 to $125. Advocate. itfJSTtf: G. Carpenter and other relative, left get higher prices, makes their business which will be presented at the next The Harrodsburg Democrat reports cattle at H! for hor homo .u'atorday. not as good as thoy had hoped. They meeting. If tho bonds are thought to the sales of 28 at to .'1.20. Woodson and children are paying (ije per jiound on foot deliv- be valid the purcluwo will go right on, and 1,500 hogs 200 barrels of corn. 000 Mlis. Matt Foil Salb. camu down from Middlesboro yester-da- y ered for turkeys, or will go after thorn otherwise steps will be taken to lease shocks of fodder and three of The Biggest and Cheapest Line of the turnpikes till another vole on the hay. James Messer, Stanford. and went to Mr. O. J. Crow's being for Co. question can be had. V. P. Ulsliop oougnt in mo west run from homo by a woll developed case d of hogs at :te and sold End a Row's Tins? Mrs. Jesse Iliibton, Negro. of tiimiU pox brought there by a IN the circuit court Mat Powers, Jas. them In Cincinnati at 10 to :t,(10. e who lives at tho on tho aaka to M. K. PliBWlTT, Foil Salb. J10 mulo colls and 25 pike, near Hustonvillu, spout u Bunch and Link Walls wore acquitted again call tho teachera' attention to day from home lu&t week for tho of trespass. J. F. Cummins reported yearlings, mostly mares and all good llrst Bohon, Ilustonvillo. the meeting of Huatonvillo maglHtcrl-a- l time lu 2;i years. During that long pe- SU'J.i)!! not collected from licences, &c, ones. P.C. T. Nunnelley bought In the Fast P. diatriet at tho Union church, More-lan- riod blio has been lu Ilustonvillo only and James P. Bailey $!tS.0.j tax on suits, Knd and Bee Lick section 1,000 turkeys next Saturday, from l) A. M to J twice, notwithstanding tho fact she is &c. The grand jury finally adjourned for J. W. Christian & Bro. at 5 to 0 g cents on foot. M. P. In Stanford. Invite your inspection. in good health and has not lived more after finding one more lndietmcnt,muk-InFrank B. Blaekerty, of Woodford during tho seven days they were county, had :t0 acres of corn that averLirrciinii Owslby, Esq., county at- than two miles from town. Mra. Hustorney elect of Garrard, took tho train ton la not eccentric in tho least, but Is in cession. No indictment against It. aged 70 bushels to the acre, part of It hero yesterday for Elizabeth town. Ho fond of homo and enjoys nothing more II. Givens was found and tho prosecu- yielding 75 and SO bushels. 6k A farmer near Moorcflold. W. Vu.. waa warmly congratulated over hla re- than remaining there and attending to tion against him was ordered dismiss-od- . was thrown against a fence by a cow cent success In reclaiming Garrard her household duties. and a splinter penetrated tho artery in T. J. Benedict was given a judgment his neck, causing him to bleed to death. county. Tho large training stable of Col. ItEUNlON.Tho graduating class of nguinst the L. & N. for $12, claimed Tub ladlea at tho College havo decidfarm ut Jack Chinn's Leouatus-stoced to havo two reception daya In each ISlCi of Stanford Female College, com- by him under contract for arresting Tho los was burned will bo glad posed of Misses Adelo Saulley, Myrtlo pilferers from the company's property Harrodsburg month, upon which they will be between $1,000 und $5,000. No to see any one who wishes to call. They Hughes, Lllllo Peyton, Mattic Hopper, und tramps and others stealing rides. stock was burned. Judge Saulley has called a special will bo at homo from 2 to .' P. M. on the Minnie Munday, Cooper Poland and F. K. Tribble has rented the Horace Florence Bibb, hud n reunion Saturday term of the c"ourt for Dec. 1(1 to try Withers farm of Forcstus Reid for next, llrst and third Saturdays. year. John Engleman, who lives on Mits. J. S. Owslby, Jn., ha9 return- afternoon at tho residence of Mr. and certain named civil cases. the placo now, will have ehargo of T. brother-in-law- , Tho bond forfeiture of Bon Kennedy M. Goodknight's farm on the Danvlllo Mra. George A. Peyton, when a sumpted from Franklin. Her Mr. Lewis Phillips, whoso bedside alio uous dinner was spread and a delight- for malicious shooting was set aside, on pike. wont to nttond, died a few days ago, of ful evening spent. Ono of tho number the statements of his physician, who Danvillb Couht. There were He married her sister, will bo married on tho 23d and tho oth- said ho could not have appeared in about 200 cattle on the market yesterconsumption. for good cattlo. Miss Guaaio, about two years ago and er six Bay they would havo It gener- court, nnd his cases were continued till day with some demand was for a bunch Tho highest price paid face of ally understood that propositions per- next term. she and a Uttlo girl baby survive. d cattlo, good To 75 Cents, Free. No advertisement on theworth of the paintings. Givon with of two nnd each 25 Cents In tho case of R. C. Warren, as- ones, a.87i. Feeders brought ?i to 3o taining to matrimony will bo given signee for Col. Welch against Ford, and butcher stutf 2 to 2Jc. Tho crowd careful and prayorful consideration. HOME NEWS, Cabbell and, others, who declined to was unusually small. J. W. Bales shipped this week .'105 Guns, joaded Bholls and amunltion at My deputy, it. M. Nowland, will bo pay for property bought In Middlesbo- export cattle, bought of various parCraig it Hooker's. at tho following places on tho dates ro from the assignee becauso they ties In this county at from 4i to 41c. the assignor's wlfo lield Tho shipment made up a special train purjwso of reWhich Now Goes ut Buy your coal while you can get It. herein named'97for thoMcKinnoy.Thurs claimedInthat Judgo Saulley held that of 10 cars, which went East ovor tho It, dowor your taxes: ceiving L. & N. Drs. Middleton and Fry, of J. H. Baughman & Co. day, 18th; Mt. Salem, Wednesday, 24th; tho tltlo was never in tho colonel at Klrksvllle, bought tho Dan Walker WBDDINQ presents In Glass and Mlllcdgovllle, Monday, 22d; Iluston- all, but in his partner, J. A. Craft, farm of 104 acres, for $5,200.Rlch-mon- d Register. villo, Saturday, 27th, and Tuesday, Esq., and ordered execution to issue. China at Warren & Shanks'. At Ambrose Wilson's salo In Wood"of Middlesboro, Judgo J. R. Sampson, UOth. M. G. Reynolds will bo at Highcattlo brought It is the oldest in the market. ford, 20 Does your old truss hurt? Wo land, Thursday, Nov. 18th; Kingsvlllo, represented tho purchasers. W5.45 each; 18 heifers 827.75 each; 50 It is tho king of all makes. guarantee a perfect fit. Penny's Drug Friday, 10th; Wayncsburg every SatTho bond of Shannon McKlnnoy of sheep $3 08 each, and 42 $2.05 each, 23 It has the highest merits. Store. urday. This Is our last year and wo 8700, with G. S. McKlnnoy as security, 6tock hogs 3c; 12 work mules from 835 Therefore be wise and use the best. mules at an 875; six aro compelled to finish our business by was declared forfeited. Some of tho to It pays and pays well. Moitms Fiied, who has made money 800; 15 yearling mulca from $25 tho let of January. You will pltaae papers in the cae were lost, but At to 40; corn 11.10 to 11.25 por barrel in running Duddorar'a Mill, has rented it up and got hock; 1,000 bushels of wheat at SO J cts; HIGGINS & for another five years of J. A. Dudder-a- r call on above datci: 6 per cnt penalty 4 torney Owiley prored them lot of rye at 39 cents. L. C. judgment. added Dee. 1. T. D. NtwlMdS. 1300 por year. at six-room JFOR SPOT CASH ONLY. 2 m - m m ii - grand-mothe- m m . W. Mo SMANIKSo MARK HARDIN, first-clas- Cash Dealer In Groceries, Dry Goods, Notions, &c. all-roun- d, or o; Low Cash Price To ALL. Preparing Veterinary Remedies m m . itik f Tl i J I m m Car-turxvlll- e, poH-otllc- o I "" 1 1 s o. m m ed PENNY'S DRUG STORE. iVJ 4 Hosiery Blankets and Comforts. To Suit All. Si I Swlno-broad'- s, two-thir- ds 3 s, race-hors- e, Underwear. Knit Goods. ?."0,-00- .'t0-ye- ar Go-To-B- two-year-o- 1 ' three-year-ol- d SEVERANCE & SONS. 1,-2- I V r.frr 000-pou- W X car-loa- y m car-loa- toll-gat- W Hiib-tonvll- lo vlce-proao- nt d, Buggy Rugs! B. K. WEAREN WW SON. FREE I Oil Fainted Picture Worth 11 Cts. three-year-ol- B. T. Babbitt's Best Soap n m Six Big Cakes For 25 Cts. M'KINNEY. two-year-o- ld two-year-o- ld of ., ji ju- -1 - k "T "T tig't'" lfc ' WJ 1 , l SI S1 (1 M At Fayottcville, W. Va., Albert! During tho bull lighting season of A Word To You. Voircs was hanged Friday in tho pres - 1S9K, thoro were 478 fights In Spain and t.ot you rShaves tuul Haircuts nl THE INTERIORJOURNAL Harbor Shop. lie Is thu Mlekest mill Mrs. Tobias Ii. Hnckott died in Mad- onco of over 10,000 people. Ho was tho 1.21S bulls, valued at 8300,000 and CD horses valued at 8200,000, wero kill- tiest barber In Crnii Orchard, Ky. last of tho Luwls gaug of murderers ison. Charles Brown, of Nlcholnsville, is and thieves and died for tho murder of ed. ii"blioiioi.'r''U.oodo.3raU3.n.A. X"xido.vn A Boston paper, which is u stickler SHELBY & SHELBY, orpatiizlnR a party to ro to Klondike. Charles Gibson, at Montgomery, April AT Kmclick Royalty, who was postmas- 22, 1890. Tho murder of Gibson was for correctness of expression, calls a ..l'roirleton. JJ PKUYKAK IT ADVANCE ter ut Liberty for 40 years, Ib dead, aged for robbery as well as on account of Chicago paper to tank for saying "Mr. e charged. jealousy. He made his escape a few Cleveland's last child Is a hoy" and UVERY,FEED&33ALE;STABLE 3- - When not sopMdSS.SO will So. who used to drum Stan- days before tho first day set for his adds that It should say "Mr. Clovo Josch Blum, Junotlon Olty, Ky. OP BROOKLYN. land's latest Is a boy." See? ford for his dry goods house at Louis- hanging but was captured. Turnouts, prompt attention, very and Paul Philadelphia 27 steamships are reasonable rates. A Krtloii ot your aironago is Alex Condot, a At ville, is dead. 18 loading grain for Kuropcan ports. They resHs.tiuuy solicited Caledonian : Ishura G. Fox, a prominent farmor of Holytrack and Philip Ireland, Indians, were takeu from jail will carry an aggregate of 3,100,01)0 TIME CIBB. Madison, is dead, need (SO. He was a T. L. Co., at Willlamsport, N. D., and lynched by bushels of corn and wheat. So far this Scotland. gallant Confederate soldier. DIVISION. mob. They had beon sentenced to year the shipments of corn havo aggreKENTUCKY CENTRAL ltOWLAND. KY., John Shelton was held over at Pine-vill- o a KOUNDKO lHOn. gated nearly 22,000,000 btlshels, against lias Gone Hack into the Coal to answer for the murder of Beth death but got n now trial. Trains leave Stanford at 7 10 a. m. and 4 p. J. Waldier Kirk, "King of tho less than 7,000,000 in 1890, and of wheat returning at 1 !3 m. and SOJ p. m. Overton, who was bushwhacked. Business, Y, B. Dudes," appeared in ti Now York po- 3,993,889 bushels, compared with 3,840,-01(- 1 KNOXVILLE DIVISION. The court of appeals has afllrmcd tho And Mill keep constantly on hand tho Jelll-cC STANKOHI), KY. In a costume of mauy last year. I'alls llrniicli ami other test Coals and sentence of Pleas Moody, of lice court arrayed .12 S7 p m .. No. 21 Train going North N. B. Freeman, who hits been a jus- ask tlio patronage, of tho public. Stanford ,. 3 13 a m Madison county, for manslaughter. He colors to answer for shooting Richard .. " " No. 26 " .12 Oi p m . " South ! No. 25 " Mandlebaum In Hotel Glrard, and was tice of the peace ut Wlulmae, Intl.. for friends who want Coal can lea vo order with . 1 2" p m killed a man named Powell. " " J. It. IIIciMus which will receive prompt atNo. 23 " held under 82,500 bond and was locked 50 years, has married 2.S07 couples, tention T. L. rWKIroN. rorallll'olnts. It took tho Pulaski grand jury three up. All persons dcslrlne Ih nit 1'otta for plank fence, post and railing or wlro ferns: can llnd wbal they weeks to find .'10 indictments. The old THUO'KSII TICKETS SOLD. Intl., Bank, with none of whom has ever separated or English, want at my store near Cclsr Creek, uu tho plko Tho NOEL & SON, HAGO.UJE CHECKKU TUKOUOII. county is evidently on the improve as applied for a I also leadlnit from Crab Orchard to Stanford branches at Mareugoand Leavenworth, shows 8,770 divorce. His civil docket keep on hand a supply of plank for f.nclna. All For any Information enquire of cases, and no cases have far as morals nro concerned. for bulldlnz purito?; alsoiiosrds kind, of lumber closed Saturday. The liabilities will IN andshliiirles. All persons ilnlrlUK any aitlcleof JOE S. lUCn, Agent, A man named 'Angel was tried at llkoly reach 8300,000, with asscta about ever been reversed by a highor court. this kind can rail ou me at tur store nearCetlar Ky. Stanford, (i. W. SlOI.irrON. Hi Creek. Corn mid liny, Somerset on a charge of rape and had half that amount. Tho principal own- Mr. Freeman, although 91 years old, Office and 1'cvJ Kxchatue, near the llallroad challenges any man of his age in tho Order such a ers have skipped. CRESCENT. a huncr iurv. A bclnir with QUEEN & Crossing, lKwt Slnvt, d ROBERT name ought to bo hung for being Trains pass Junction City as follows: In the irreat came of two hours be world to n wrestling or jumping match Stanford; - - Kiontualcy. Tho crack barlivr, Is now FISH, his buck nt old 4 02 p m or a race. 11 57 a in No. 2 North of such a crime. Yard, Mill Street, lately J. II HUclnV. No. l.South Oul tween Yale and Harvard, neither side, 3 40 am ruaily tn " stand In Mrs. Kj;lM'rt'H 1121pm " Satisfaction guarsntetsl. No. 3 " The jury at Somerset acquitted Jas. was ablo to score and it was a draw. " 6 " .130 pm hluivn nnd haircut. All vou a Ivo 1123 am No. 5 " 600am Hollars of tho charge of murder, evi8 20pm "10 " lli'ctlliiK work nhoultl call on blin. I Id Is No. 9 Over 25.000 ncoplc saw tho most re 6 do not run Sundays, 9 and 10 5 and aurti to ph'iiho you. I'rali OrChartl. Ky. OS Note N story that tho markable contest in the history of tho go no further South than Junction City, nctlhcr dently believing his Jo they run Suudays. crime was committed by his aged fa- gridiron. Ziools CIHCINMATI RY. ther, who is now dead, and thnt he ran The base ball magnates have conFRANKFORT AMD 8T.NTOllt), KY. oil to shield the old man. MILS. U. I).SI.MlSON, 1'ror.. cluded their labors. Two umpires will VIAOEOKUiTOWN. The Leading Specialists of America Tho salary of the county judgo was ottlciate at each game next season. Any All kinds of rrpilrlng dona at reasonable rates A. M r. m. A. t .M. t Kentucky. rpholtterlat; a specialty, Milstiitlon itiisMDe.il. I.auca.stcr, 2,00 I.vc. Somerset, Arl255 85 county attorney 8735 player found guilty of using obscene 20 YEARS IN OHIO. 820 fixed at 8995; tho " 11 31 315 Jet llty. f.30 and tho school commissioner at $733. nrzel 4 50 Newly furiiinlied; clean bctls; BplomlMl language on the field will be expelled 250,000 Cured. 300 C30 Krankfort, 20 1155 I'orletH table. Kvetytblng Sheriff James filed his delinquent lists forever. o ........ Will bU 5 30 meet trains. 8 40 6110 Arr Paris for 1S90, of 1.3C0 polls at 81.50 each and WECURESTRICTURE Col. SV. W. Baldwin sold to tl.c Dully except buuday c. D.unncAW.o.p.A. it was accepted. Harrodsburg Demo- Nicholas fiscal court 11 miles of tho Thousands of vounr And tntililln.airn,! WOltl) TO 5 cents 5 papers of Pins crat. menaro trouhled with this disease many Maysville and Lexington turnpike for unconsciously. They nuy haru n smart fine Comb 10c 5 cents Newton Vilbuni, a private In Co. B., PH0PERTY OWNERS. Royal makes the food pure, ing sensation, small, twlttlnir stream. 824.500. He also sold eight miles of I hank 10c Saxony yarn.... 5 cents tlinri) cuttlnc rutins ht tlniu, slight dls- - M 6th Infantry, stationed at Netfport, is wholesome and dellclouj. charge, dllllculty In commencing, weak tri 1 the same road to the Fayette fiscal pair Ladies or children's hose 5c Are joti Insured J If not, why not missing and his wife has returned to oriraus. rmlf.inni. nnd nil Ihn inii,.ni. lis court for 8ir,5.M. of dwellings ami barns kmh us yours if nenous debility they 1i.ao hUtlt' 1 box of , 2 cents her father's at London. A strungo wo500 matches Tl UK. Don't let doctors Jos. K. Kelley, one of the Great Falls-you, br cuttiiifc. Mrtlclilne, or tc.tritiK 1 set of Tea Spoons man from Louisville, recently appeared cents 3 and N. II., bank you. This will nntcuroviui.nl It will at the fort and fainted when she was j murderer of robbers Stlckney, wassen-teuce- d pkge Levering's Coffee.. 10 cents Our NKW MKTIIOI) TltlJAT Cashier .Mil NT nbsorbs tho strlMnrn Ilium W informed that he was married. 1 ' ' gallon bucket 10 cents llAll.A H,M, a.llin.l !....... .. A...I.. II to 30 years' imprisonment. contains a It can never return. No i,nln nn mifFvr. sal Tho Danville Advocate gallon fineSrup 10 cents Even ear, Involvlnir the loss of millions of Tom Tolbot and a man named Huni lutr. no detention from hu'lncrs by our iri .. bnillil picture, which look svery much like tho natliA.1 'I lidS.kilnl . lt 20c dollars.earWh y ear t uu cxiKct to 5 yds. heavy brown cotton ter, desperadoes, in Floyd county, shot from y to cnfrK Tho ticrtci nro iinijccrntctl, anU lato Rev. J. A. Bogle, and write up of and killed a 2 ladles' vests tho hts of mauhoosl rcturni. boy without 25 cents Capt. A. S. McGrorty, who has just re- Your Proporty Iilay Burn provocation. tired from the drug business after u $1 00 Within a Mar. Mlthln a month, within 21 Statement of tho condition of tho Thou.anilsof ynunir and l career of 57 years. Ho is "S and ho and men nro hatinc their sextinl ilrr nnd Will have new line of Shoes and hours. Win should you exne the treasury shows: Available vitality continually rapped by this of yKir--i of 'honest toll to lo- by his wife have lived together for fiu Natioual j cash balance, 8207,721,952; gold reserve, They aro frequently uucoiiK-kuDry Goods in this week. a kinie nro. wnirn ran iiiwtmy it in mi years. of thncauioofthero symptoms, (icneral let ting u kliare of our patronage hour Weakness. I nimturnl llischnrires. I nil. Tho Signal thus notices the dotniso 8155,421,222. Ibstpe. tftlllj. lag Manhnivl, .Ncnousnc'. l'uor MemPOWDER destroyed another Tollgate raiders of its hated contemporary: The Mt. Bros., McKinncy ory. Irritnlillity. at times SenAbsolutely Pure sation, Sunken Kyes. with dark circles. gate in Bath county. Larry Kerns, the JESSE D. WEAItEN, Vernon Republican has died Weak Hack. (Icneral llcnrcjflnn. l.acW gate keeper, narrowly escaped being of Ambition, Varicocele, Shrunken for the lack of an editor and the want Oeneral Agent, Stanford, ICy JT. l'artj, etc. tlLKEr and KTHIlTl'ItK of subscribers. After 12 months of un- killed. may bo tlio cause. Don't consult family " J01IX II. CUarLKUA!!. . ti. UtNUAK. doctors, n they havo no cxiierlcuco In It has finally been agreed that the told hardships it has turned its toes to rovai BAKisa rocca co., Ktw von. Undortalcor, mesc- - recial disrates ilunt allow B No(Quacks to ciirimctit on )ou. Contult H Hu3tonvillo, - - the daisies and given up tho ghost. second trial of Luetgert will begin Kentucky leclnllsts. who havo mado a lifo study of fm vember 22. Peace bo to its ashes. .,.. witlHIltl ...'l.llll. UUI M ll II laV ',r,nr, MfnilUI) TllKATMK.Vr will posi UL Offers his srrvlcra to the .iplr of West Lincoln Sheriff Y. C. Mullins and his posso HOG-S-. tivcly euro yon. Ono thousand dollaro F and Casey counties. Kull stouk of CXitnosaud Queen .t Crescent Route. Handsome caso we neccpt for treatment and IJJ for a band. were held by consent to eircult court iiiMugrnph, colored birds-eyview of INSURANCE COMPANY cannot cure. Terms moderate forn cure. WK 01 Kcgistered D. H. Carpenter. Manser. at Mt. Vernon in sums of 82,000 nnd Chattanooga, Missionary Ridge, . I'A IPB Splendid 4l bUAKAN I ELD individuals Both 81,000 each respectively, as all of the Ridge and portlotisof tho OF LIVERPOOL. T?f 'o treat and eure KMISIOS'S. runs uuu county olliccrs are related to some of field as seen from the summit VAUICOCKIiK. SYPHILIS ni.Rtrr Farmers Bank&TfHStCo Spring's far-- tho accused. It will bo remembered STHUTLHK, IMI'OTKXCV. SEdtKT Highest style' of Lookout Mountain. row. Prices reasonable. No charge for DK.VINS. l'NNATl HAI. DISCHAlttl-ES- . that they killed some election disturb of lithographer's art. On tine paper; BBRBEE S. CaSTLBMES. KID.N'KYnnd lILADDKUDbeas.s, crating, or sTAsnmi, ky. CONSl'l.TATION 1100KH FIIKK. ers at Crooked Creek. plate 10 x 24. Mailed for 10 cents in J. M. !i H. J. KcSOBESTS, Stanford. FKKK If unable lo call. writ, for MAN.Uil.ltS, Paid up Capital, A man named Hamilton, who lives stamps. W. C. Rlnenrson, gen'l pass'r ' S200.0CO 00 ."kANK tur ritEATilHN'T. Surplus, 17,603 SO Oomnierco near Yosemite, was tried for being too ngt., Q. & C. Route, Cincinnati, O. A. S. PRICE, Building-- Louisville. ntimate with another man's wife, and lly proviilous of Its charter, depositors arw a JSurgeon Agents Throughout tho outh, Do you play whist, eucbro or other fully protectcl a. arr debitors In National lUnks, fined 850 and costs. The trial was a Its slurhotdrri Iwln held ImllTldually llabla to Dentist, games? The F. F. V. playing card is very spicy one. Liberty Tribune. This the extent of the aniouutof their stock tbrrclu at 122 W. FOURTH STREET, lliopar talue thvnvf, in addition to the amount In card on the Is a new tack in such cases made and better than any Stanford, Ky. CINCINNATI, O. Testes! In sutb share It may act as executor, adlocal Agent, ministrator, trustis-- , Ac , as fully a an ludlsldual. provided. The shot gun usually acts market. Send 15 cents for one deck or Tendering our thanks to tlnnw who hate cut rust-rOBicoover Mclloherta' Dm? Store In tbel Owsley as arbiter, instead of tho courts. 25 cents for two decks, (stamps or cur. Kentucky. - their business to us, we trust they will continue Stanfokd, lltilldluz. to do so, and we otter as a guarantee for prompt at rency) to C. B. Ryau, ass't gen'l pass'r J7l tcutlon lo saiuu our 20 years' cirlcnce la bank Timely Wnriiinjj ! agt., C. & O. Ry., Cincinnati, Ohio CRAB ORCHARD. lugatid as liberal accuiuuiodatlolis as are cvnsUteot u 2 VICINITY NEWS. lllnke-moro'- N FIHE INSURANCE 5,-7- 30 FH15NIX or Insurance Company, Insurance Klrst-Cla- u half-bree- d, full-blood- ed SHELTON, . R. MAHON Agt., o, 14-ye- ar 1TOTICZI DEHLERS COHL, 8U9pi-clonc- storu-rtMi- m llntt-vlas- H DEK.&K. H.D.PHILLIPS. Gun and Smith. What SI Buy. Mason Hotel iirnt-class. V Thou-sniu- ls tm I self-confess- 1 Are Destroyed by Fire or Lightning ts-a- -- .l.-u-- 1 I i ! mfi WECURE GLEET inlddlc-ng-tss invu-mulutl- dls-ca- e. -ol Tanner T. SXJTTONT. .... 3.:r.:E2 " Du-roc- s. e Wal-deu- 's Chick-amuu- ga 1 ! 1 tUKtb f ... UO-M- iSmSSS&tbla il rrjia. Kennedys Kergan , 27 50-ce- ut W. A. THIBBHJ, d jd:r. w. B. FElTOrz, TJjeittlKi, Office on : Stanford, : Ky. street at Itesldence. Blue - Grass Nurseries. FALL, 1897. I I'ull stock? of I'rult and Ornnmental Trees Grfcjie Vino-.- , Small Krtilta, Asparagus and every tiling for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. Wo havo no agents but sell direct to tlio planter, saving enormous commission-)- . Catalogue 011 application to 11. I. IIILLENMEYEU. 11 Le.xlnrton. Ivy. :iit?it??t?.t TTTT TT TTT f TT:: WWrTTTprpirriTTiyijrTiT ! I yWWWTFjtjftfjfijjf THE POPULAR 4.fL to r fi il 'yillIWJ.TtfmMTtfjll It ? If Pottus. of Loiiisvlllo. . guest of tho homcfolks recently, .f-- .f Mrs. McMuhun, of Indiunapolis, is vis. TiT iting her daughter, Mi's. Gus Hofmanm at tho Springs Hotel. Mrs. John S. Kdmiston is on the sick list this week. Sae has tho deepest (sympathy of all her friends in her grief over the death MjrlrtlTTM of her devoted father. Dr. W. J. wife has been quite sick the past few days. Miss Arnold, of Lancaster, is visiting tho Misses Fish. A. M. Feland writes as follows to the Wo have seen Louisville Dispatch: our old county of Lincoln and tho district return again to the true Jcfferson-ii- n c m I klV nnd Juckson doctrine under the of that noblest of papers, the WWfMtms iiLVNK j. Jtrr.n, n Louisville Dispatch. Long life and a. v. a., ci.iea. E Wi abundance of prosperity to it. k. ii. 11 a cox. Ms i.4 r .1 11. ..1 ... vir at... r niitniiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiimiiiiiir V'4a,U "' V"U" UJUU Ut .1 LUO re"' Tt unti-! X7 O iiniinit tf hi cuu 1 iu n, n.lfiti ! f ! ! w A. L iMMf If. Jl AAA WtmWVRWWWWWWWtyi llaldoman, in Louisville The proposition to establish postal savings uauKs win prouaoty 00 pusneu LSrtJftTfnlfffttifTitTf?Hmitf "'"o"t curing tlio approaching iff4f4ftlf4f4f4ff4Tlrtlftlftlf:! dnH."lnH!:"ii: TWWWlk rif4ffifr!f" .. ,,,..l Cntimliiv. Rlin la nnu? n l?l7(SlSi lw.. ,1..,I,.1,1.. t.. fl,l II I ff 4-- Gashwllder, bought part White's farm, but not the Mrs. Suo Holmes has rented on the Somerset pike to Mr. Rogers, as reported to us. George Patton, P. M., has purchased of Billy White his property on Ceme tery street. Mrs. Harriet Abrams is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Henry, at Knoxvllle, Tenn., and to see her new Miss Bettie McFull who has been visiting relatives here for several months, leaves for Florida next Thursday. One or two sad hearts are left to mourn her departure. Madam Rumor has it that one of our nicest looking old widowers Is going to leave single cusscdness and enter double cuss blessedness in the early future. He has a pretty homo a few miles In the country. Mr. and Mrs. Bovd, of ma, Atlant". and cut ll"lu left for their homo last Friduy, after spending several months ut Mrs. J. F. Holdum's plcasantj boarding house. Mrs. Lauru Moore, of Lexington, argrand-daughte- r. Herbert Huffman, son-in-la- w . m My farm Is jxwtcd anil I Intend to cutt' each nii cvorv tM'rsou ciiUL'lit Household Gods. of Rev. tiasslng In nnv wa on tnv premises. of Billy The ancient Greeks lelleved that the IViutes were . M. WAKK. M civ In ncv. ami properl; tho tlfarn the residence. ty olRhU who attenJeU towere wcrshlppetl a hoine-hol- d the tanilly. They K'xlx in every home. The hoiisoIuM i;o1 if her farm consumpIs I)r King's New Discovery 11 with souud banking. UIKECTORS, f y tion rouuhs. colds ami for all allectlonsof Throat, Chest aiiilLiings it U Inraluahle. It has Un trlt.1 for n'oViartrr ol a reiiturr and Is ifuarante.il .. Tor Sale ruriilttirc uml leuso of tho Iwst : .' o nouwiioiti Mioiiiu to cure, or money returned It is pleasint to lake. jaj ln; Hotel at Jclllco, Tenn. Twenty-f- l vo lw without this cood aucel location. and a ran- - and ?ure remedy lor old and joun?, rrxwus, thoroughly (sjuIjk.i1. lreo trial tottles at w 11. jlcl(olert llrUK Store. (leivo't, o)Ksltu oiitlurn mil I.. A: N. It. It. r Slckiu,s cauo for M'lllug. Address slz .V)c. ami J1.U0. 1- -. 1 HOTEL- - ML Vernon; J.J. Williams, II. Cuuiuilm. freachersvllle: W. nr., j. s uwsiey, j. ii. i;wsje S. II. ShauLs. William (loovb, J. B, HIGGINS, DEALER IN J. J. S. J. K. .N. Kmbry, I.jrnu, Meucfec. J V. A. W. Cash, Carsnter; S. It. Shanks. I'resldent: orriccas. W. M. J. II. Osrsley, C.nMer, llrlht Teller Farm Wagons, Pleasure Vehicles, Scnethlng to It may 1 worth vmiclhlng Is Csov7. to know- - that tin.-ire-d for easy terms. rilOl'KIETOK IIOTHIi DIAMOND. Jelllco, Ten ii. .''"i"SJ FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANKOHI), KV. Agricultural Implements, High-Grado purely vegetable, acts by ters. This iiiolkine Klvln,tono to tho ucrro tentrcs in the utomacli, gently stlmulatis) tho l.lrer and Kldnes, and aids theee organs liuthrow Injc oll'liujiurilles In thehloud. Kleetrlc Hitters buproes the apjictlte, aids tllges-tloand Is pronounced hy those who have tried it the liest Iduixl purifier and nerve touie. Try Uittlo at W. It. it. Sold forSOe orSl.W Drug Store nerTOiis system to a healthy rigor Is Klcctrlc Hit' out Fertilizers Coal. 140 - ACRE -- FARM Capital Stcci Siooioooi AT A- - amer, irnnat nf Clrw.1,. v k&&bbkb&&iki?ii .1.4 tin. Dr.. Honi-- w y vas u In order to effect Immediate sale. I will offer at private sale until tho -- Itb lust., at u Uroat HurL'aln and Sacrifice, the Moreland The oest salve In the world for cuts,, bruises hoiuesteau, alxmt 110 acres, on the east hlilo sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, (.hap-iks- I hands, chllhlalns, corns and all skin eruptions, of the C. h". It. It., near Mnrelaml station. ltiiosltlvcly cures piles or no pay reulred. It s During the recent drouth this 1'arni air.ird-e- d an abundance of good water, there being euara.itivd to give (lerfect satlsuctlon ct muuev refunded. 1'rlce 'ii cents jer box. For sale by Yv. Ii. II vo never falling hrlup. Aliout M acres Mcltolrts, IiniUt. In grass, half of which lias not lx'on broken for over 10 year. To i)eions nieaiiliig biiilnoss, I wll jirlco this I arm, lietwcen now and the Slth Inst., at u tlgiiro that should hull It. 1'or al my Interests call tne elsewhere. Title UIKKCTORS, makes the young feel old, and the old feel K, Held, Lincoln Co.: that life is not worth the living. It's a dan- clear. J. W. Hayden, Stanford r. Ti:iijis 5U',O0Ocum1ij balance to suit " S. II. Haiihman, " S.T. Harris, " ger signal of Kidney Disease the unerring i:U. II. EDWAltDS. r. llocker, J.S. Tanner. McKluncv. W. .A.inn evidence of weak, inactive and sore Kidneys. " 'fribble. K. I.. Moreland, Kv., Nov. 8, 16!T. Any person cured of Kidney weakness will J.II.Colller.Urub Urch'd; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. M, I). Klmore, Stanford. tell you that when the back ceased to ache, OFFICERS. all troubles ended. Neither liniments, nor I. S. llocker, President; J. J. MeltoWrts Casblor plasters, nor electricity can cure it. The . A. A. .McKlnuey, AMistantcasliler. seat of the trouble is not in the skin, flesh or & PLUMBING, muscles. It's in the Kldnajs. rt It can be Ir GR33AT BAECIAIN. . Ilucklin't Arnica Snhe. BACKACHE der the proTlilons ol the National Hank Art depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, hut by tho stockholders' liability for an amount (siualtn the stock so that deixcltorsof this institution sro secured by a fund ol j.XO.ois) Kho anom statements of tlio condition el tlio It ink are made each year to tho United States tiorernment and Its are examined at stated time by i;ueriimeut agents, thus secuiiot; additional and s;rlcct satct. to depositors. This Institution originally established as the He posit fUnk of Stanford in lsV--( then roirxanlml as the National Hank ofStaulord in b05 andoicaln reorganized as the I'lrst National Hank ot Stanford In lb'i, has had practically an unlnterrupte.1 exist-eiK- for 3A years. It is tetter iiillt.l now will, tarilltles fur trausat tin buslnem prwniMly and lib erally than bfer befro In Its lnnj ami honorable car (st. Arroiints of ImlUlduuls, fiduciaries, Urms at.a imiiTiuuaissoiiciieu. Oooln Warranted ns Itepresefted. Ofllco on Main Street, opposite Llmoro's Store, Atteatlon of thu public Is railed to the (jet that Stanford, Kentucky this Is the only National Haul, lu Stanford. Un- Surplus, S15.750 J, L. TOTTEN. Salkduan il'?iI?iPBS5BHrli TttC aLUK.QBA33lHCr0 Thoroughbred Duroc Jersoy W HODS, tuir-Chitse- TINNING J. "T.Jones, STANFORD, K.V., My breeders were selechsl from the U-- l hcnls ol or this famous brisM of swine In sererul State A ipklidld lot of pigs of dlilereiit agra for sale, llred naiisiactiou guaranteed Corrca- poudenev sol Iteil. Address wmiraaur R H. BRONAUQH, Crab Orchard, Ky. Nvvr J&M 1 44rir4r f- m'M 1 lK m -. w" .. eo rammw: AA A . Is now prujtared to do all klmli of I'lumblug "For folly two years I have been afflicted with and Tinning. Solo proprietors of Duan'o Illuck Diamond ltoof I'alnt. Telephone No. kidney trouble and pain In back. I tried many 20, residence Shop on Mill St.. oppslte J. remedies and had given up hope that anything II. Uaughman A Co. 'a Mill. 21-- tf could help., me. I was Induced to try your Ilobbs Sparatjus Kidney Pills, and am pleased to say, that two boxes bare entirely cured me. . .i m I am entirely restored to health by the pills, In fact they have mailo mc a new man. It la surely a wonderful remedy, and I advise all similarly afflicted to if he these pills a fair trial." Mostly In s, wull fenced, well Ciias. Glovkk, and has all tho ncccsiury Improve214 W. Green St., Louisville, Ky. ments. We will sell privately and on easy GKNT1CV IIKOS. terms. Stanford, Ky. CURED BIG I'.OUTh. The licit I.Ino toaud From 4: Winter & TOLBDOAND IDISI'ROIT All I'oluts In Michigan. 305 FOR SALE. Hluu-Gras- Acres Fine Land wu-ter- cil ST. LOUIS. Avoiding tho Tunnel " While City Special." Ilest terminal btatlon, CHICAGO. BOSTON. WaanerJleeplnpJCars. il WWtTWtr;; A ..Wt..Jttlt.t.ll...t..J ""' - PARAGUS Kidney lOlt SALE AT , Estray Notice. A Penny's Drug Store, SrANFOKD, icy. . j 16 ) i Bt 'd3'on uf Congress. lied Cow, weight iiUiut M)0 IIh., alxjut 7 Wrllo for Information lo vcars old and without horns, came to m W. C. Ulncarson, (Icneral Passenger Agent, iiou.su Oct. 1st. Owner can get satiio by Be sure your tickets read via "UK! FOlJIt" proving property, paying for bur keep iinii E.O. McCUItMIOK, WAI1KKNJ. LYNCH Cincinnati, (). this notice, Passenger Traltlc Mgr., Ass. Gen. Va. ATkt. Agt Send 10 cent for (Inu Art colored Lithographs SIIEltMAN IJUL'CE, MHIedguvllle, ICy. CINCINNATI OHIO. Lookout Mountain and Chlckaniauga. Uutlet l'arlor iCars, Wasnrr .Slwjiliii Cars, I'rlra Compartment Cars, t osoIib. and IMn lag Can. l.lt-0M-iit INEW.YOkK. The train service of the Queen Crr'scent from the North via Cincinnati is the finest in the South. Vestibuled trains make fast schedules, with through sleep- cr 10 principal aoutnem uues. o low round tiip rates are now in effect to Florida and other winter resorts for the season of '97 '98 via the QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE from all points North. Tourist ii B3 u.-l- A nnnaBBcjjj :i-- s -- " r Li: