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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897111901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SEMI-WEEKL- Y , INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19. 1897. MATRIMONIAL. CRAB ORCHARD. LANCASTER. NO. 75 VOL. XXVI. Liberty. Imiltllntr u now Mr. It. T. riorco upon tho hUu of his old feud stablo Is Pat Hose, aged .")2, and Mrs. Molllo Since our lint letter wo have had a Messrs. James L. Knglemun and .Ins. Hathaway, (m, wore married at Owen very welcome rain, enough to put out Dooros are preparing to move to Alton, ono. the forest llros and revive veneration, kansas. All tho rain we havo "had lately has Frank Avery, aired 21, ran oir with Hov. Gushwlldor. uustur of the Han-- ! Mr. Jumcs Itovstnn has nurelinsnri a That we have the hud butllttlo effect in raising Green and married Susie Moore, aged Kl, at tlst oht reh, will hold services there house and lot on Danville Avenue from Hloomllold, Mo. River. Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday Mr. George Austin for 81,000. Tho new church la ncarlng complc- - Col. Ely, tho female member of Gov. night. II. 15. Northcott & Co. have 1,400 tlon and will probably be dedicated bo- - Taylor's start, waa married to Hon. T. OFThe Christian Alliance Society will geeo In their pens, which furnish mu- Lulgh Thompson. fore Chrlhtmna. with MUs ITi'titc (Jar sic for our people. They will ship meet Kd S. Gibson, of Owenton, was grant- - ris. They dentin all thu inomb.-iHartlo & Son tiro preparing to erect to 1,S0U In ono car In a few days, -a plantng mill here shortly. Nothing od a divorce last Saturday and on Tues- - attend und other friends, if ihev like. My Item regarding Mr. James Pro- contributes to tho building up of a town day ho was married to Miss Hllle Mead 7he report that Mr. Alex IVazley vina' prospects of inheriting an estate more than cheap building material. ' W. Hardin Ucldon and Miss Nnunlo had rented the Holdam Hoiiso for In Now York was inaccurate. Thcro This Hartlo & Son propose to give to Nailer, of Rowland, drovo to Laneas- - next year prow untrue. It hu b.'en are U72 heirs and tho estuto Is worth At Lower Prices than ever known tor Tuesday afternoon and were united rented to ut.other pain, as leporteit to $203,000,000, giving him more than half the people of Liberty. Better goods and lower prices we Montgomery eontom heart and hand. Kliler J. O. us. a million or dollars. a nice house boon. .Miss liornu'o Hamilton, of Danville, give you and save your toll to plates building Mr. and Mrs. Napier, of Maywood, Tho boys over hero want the Since ho has been here ho has occu- and J. S. Hryant, of Memphis, were mve been visiting relatives here. Dr. JOUUNAL to connect them with Danville. pied a houc belonging to It. T. Pierce married at tho homo of E. M. Sparks, W. S. Ueazley. wife and pretty baby Frankfort by telephone when Senator : GKELOIQiEL of tho bride, by Rov. J. were with tho homcfolks. Mr. Will Farris begins his llrst speech, so that but Mr. l'lorco will movo Into his brother-in-lahouse after Christmas and owing to S. Ivondrlck. Ewing. of Illinois, is on an extended they can run It into tho court hoiue THU DELIGHTS OK TKNMS. J. L. Frohman & Co., Danville. Win. Trusty, aged 50 and twice a visit to relatives here. Messrs. Jen- - und get the bcnetlt of It. Some think Liberty's boom, no other house can be wldowor, and Miss Mattio Gooch, 2", nlngs, Arbuckle, Tevis, Wulker, West that we can hear it without a telc- found vacant. Wo hear this year of various kinds both of tho Klngsville section, obtain- and Reazley, of neighboring towns, Phono. The Interest is so great in the prc- of lM)oms. The prosperity boom, the ed license Wednesday and will bo mar- were in our little citv Sunday calling most In- ried Monday. politicians' boom, &e., but the on a charming little brown eyed widow traded meeting at Hubble that Elder Granulated Sngii r.stlll 20 pounds for SI. See this Dollar lot of goods. Frank Asgood, of Butter Township, und other .prettv buds. Miss Sue Hop- - George Gowen has concluded to con spiring boom, and withal tho most real .,.. c.,,1.. ,. ,.i. .1,, ""'"J Five pouiuK Gnuiuliited t...... "Is tho 1koui of the bird ()., uiuiiu into inn wife's closet uuu ,)cr ipft vosterila V for - O nation to SOenU tt.,n,i,m " one just now uiumaj '"(;'" Sugar and others tiro expect I'lvu Kuudrt Nice V Sugar gun. Tho bird killing season sul In drank some of her wine. Tho wife re- - ti,e winter there. She will stop over mvo onfes-'to jkiuiuI uu" to foHw' The good people are One Gallon Good Grci'ii Coffee ittdtC Tuesday and since then there has been tallated by pouring hot wator on him, j Stanford for a short visit. Onu of 1'aiicv Drip Motusso.... aOU a great mortality rato among tho "Bob scalding him so ho will likely die. Vacant houses are In demand hero at' anxous lo lluvu Mlm noltl II Protracted Two Itoxes Krunrh hall illncklng ,iC Thrco D.irsof Tollol Soup. In box OC t meeting in this city. A full blooded Chinaman will wed a ,.,..,,. of tho Green River Whlto" population i . mrtv lint.. vittiurmm' rni.t ,.. Ono Gallon of Good Co;vl Oil IffCf Tho ladies of the Presbyterian Twonty-Kobirds are said to be 1'hlladelphia belle, Miss Anna Hart, or live rooms could bo rented readily 9Jicci. of Good Writing p ipe r, C Load Pencil-bottoms. Tho boltlo good black Ink... 13c Hoxl' Good both plump and abundant and any man next week. Tho ceremony will take at fair prices. One of our neighbors church will glvo a show of chrysanthe- TwoTable Spoons Ciioim'I Tucks Six and one .Mmket ISa!. el who has olthor a heart for sMrt or a place in tho fashionable First Haptlst rented out her farm lately, expecting mums on the afternoons and evenings for 81.00 palate for a delloaey will make It a church and It will bo a swell atTair. to moye to town, but as yet she bus of next Friday and Saturday, 10th and At St. Joseph, Mo., Albert Knee-lau- found no house suitable for hccclf and 20th, In the Bradley store room on Lex- - Good everv day Saturday until further tiollce. Drlng mo 1.000 dozen Kegs at 17c. point to spend a few days In the fields mosl oi nome mauc Tho clock offered lo mywill liberal customer last Saturday was won by .Mr. A. I. Snuwl-cll- ii, the bigamist, who has 12 living ebarmlng daughters. Wo feel euro l,Kon venuewith a dog and double barreled shot of UuMonvlllf. continue lo wiH bu or sale. Ad-o- r wives, has been fontaneed to three that If she should apply at Ncwlund gun. Tho death or Mr. K. Royalty recent- years and six months in tho peniten"on only 10 cents, Jamestown she would find excellent The shooting of the cowardly scoun. To my patrons ly removed tho oldent cltiaon of Liber- tiary. This Is his third term for this homes. Come on. tome good and on-- ! ever? Saturday until iuriliur notice. Tho most liberal customer goto tho y ty, and possibly of Casey county, from ollonso. terprlPlng people, and start OUI. nul0 drel by Mrs. James Wllmot last Sun-citpi l.e. A shoriir's jury in Brooklyn gave proved tlio truth of my sUUti- tho walks of men. Ho was almost as on a biibstantlal bunin. Jtotl up, tlay mont w.aL every lauy biiuuiu oo luugm, old as the present century. Since he Mrs. Flnruneo Van Sehaaek a tumlilii mi. iinv wnvvfiii mi . ,..-...... . "I'l .... ...... inf. ftiUl .. i i ...!. became a man a puny and experiment'Ijnstsoyou bring your money up and to shoot. Buy guns for your household :. .., r.. jNlcKinney, Ky. i al Rupublle has expanded Into the drive hard times away. You will be and teach your wives and daughters .. " '. how to handle them. Let the boys greatest Mutton beneath the nun, and pmcu millionaire, tor alienating me welcome. an Indian vil- alTeulious of her husband. alone, for they learn too readily. Chicago had grown from .,. , . MM I.I I. :.. E. A. Pollard, brother of Madeline j. iiu ;iiii uauniiik' u.i.y ui nil i.iiuiiKsi-in- g lage Into one of the most powerful and II RELIGIOUS. I 'oil a nl, was married at Loudon to Miss should be observed iu tho inunner x.k' populous eltlosou earth. Railroads, 7 it teamhlp and telegraphy ho had seen Annie Jackson. Tho father of tho The Haptlst church at Corbin has Indicated by the name glveti It, or by giving thanks for the bountiful blessIntrfkliicml Into the world, Yet Mr.' bride objected to tho marriage and bent paid its debt and bought a bell. seen tho friends and j his daughter to Mexico some time ago Hev. Charles E. Powell has gone to ings which we are enjoying, and not by Royalty had also drinking aud riotous living, as the cuscustoms of his youth pass away and in his oHort to break oil tho match, but Ocala, Flu., to spend the winter Looking us in the face at present. Dr. William Shelton will preach at tom of some is. Let us attend church had probably outllvud his interest in sin- I ClIU HUU Ullll uu n nun,) Hiivu IIB consent. und express our thanks in a becoming 1:1 Prcachersvllle at 11 a. m. Sunday. tho atTairs of tho world, and his friends We have ordered 50 cars from about 40 mines and are Warren Ruckwlth, the young man longer. Rev. J. M. llruce will begin a meet manner. think ho had no desire to live who eloped with the daughter of Hon. ing getting only a few cars. Prices are advancing daily. Stock at South Fork church, LaRuccoun- - The next Legislature should do all in A Llko the old man In Holmes' quaint D. ...,... i. t t......i.. i., i t mi:uui its power to change certuin districts so A """"" your coal while you can get it. Both Lancaster and Hus-tonv.uiUssiuuu.)tVt Novo,j linos, iiiieu u.ui puciiei , iiimi iayeu unuei Ruv. J. M. Salleo had 27 additions at as to make them certainly democratic Tho mowy marbles rest are hauling from our yards and it looks now like Manager McCloskey In tho Texas his church In Henderson, where ho was and prepare for the elections of 1898. On tho lips that ho has pressed the supply will be exceedingly short. League last year. No wonder Robert In tholr bloom, assisted in a meeting by Rev. J. W. Tho republicans would do the same And the names he loved to hoar w is obdurate and declines to bo a party thing in their Interest If they could. .'J Porter. Have been carved for many u year to tho "condonation1' of tho olTetise. Tho Methodist church at Falrvlcw, Changes havo already been suggested W On tho tomb. 0 fVX was struck by lightning and burned to that will make the 5th Congressional 11 LET MERCHANTS HEWARE Co. the ground. Tho loss Is $1,500, with and other districts overwhelmingly gSSSvSSjItSSv Ld At tho present term of thu Lincoln no insurance. democratic. camu In Saturday. V. R. Coleman circuit court ono Ida Waddle, of near Elder Joseph Severance's meeting at On last Saturday night a number of Rev. W. E. Foster, of Louisville, Crab Orchard, was put uX)ti tho Suite Maretsburg, which closed Monday shots were lired about the public proachod ut the Haptlst church Sun- of Kentucky as an idiot and a statu night, resulted in 13 additions to tho square and other mischief was done. day. charge. Said Ida Waddle is not eight church ut that place. A stone was thrown through a window Rev. J. M. P. Simer.fnot Llmer) tho yearn old and not a State charge and DO accessions to Dr. into the Citizen's National Bank, scatThere were the German preacher, held forth ut tho ample proof will bo forthcoming next Boyett's church ut Lexington as a re- tering glass over tho Iloor and desks. Baptist church live nights of last week. October court to prove tho said stateof the meeting held by Rev. S. J. It has been suggested that tho board o' daughter of ment. When her committee, onu Jas. sult Oracey, the council employ a night man for ouo of San Antonio, Texas. of Yosumito, died Dlshon, was asked by me: Is that Williams William Taylor, Tho Row Thomas Dixon, ut New month nnd not let the appointment bo Sunday night of burns received Satur- girl eight years old? Ho said no, she X rL"W York, it is said made some remarks in made public. This- method would likeday whllu playing with tiro. Is not eight, thinking that she must not ly bring tho outlaws to justice. They NgSAsrSX his pulpit about Cuba which his choir The Teachers' Association will hold be eight years old to got her on the did not like, and so they refused to seem to have no respect for themselves Saturday. The pro- State. Then I said you can't gut, her forth at this place or anyone else, not even the sick, who sing a hymn he gave out. gram Is good. Music will be furnished on the Suite. Then ho said yes shu is The ladles of the Presbyterian Aid are In hearing distance of tho shots. If by tho Gleo Club. A social is tho slo- eight, ani after I went home ho swore Society hero have received an invita- the law is enforced to the maximum gan for Saturday night. shu was eight years old. Now It is a tion to an entertainment by the ladles punishment such conduct will be heard w5. One of the swellest social events of duty thnt wo owe to tho of of a like society of tho 2d church ut of no more. vt m tho season took place Monday morning this Common wealth to seo that there Danville, which will bo given this eveThe management of the Kentucky Ki nt 0:30, when Mr. II. P. Allen and Miss Is i:o allowance made at the next Octo- ning. Stock Farm has again this year, with Sadlo Gann were made man and wife ber term of the Lincoln circuit court. Rev. W. H. Smith, of SoottsvIlle its usual enterprise, announced anoth 1 1 by Rev. W. E. Foster. Tho groom Is a Ample and abundant testimony will bo has just closed a. most successful scries er purso of $4,000 for trotfarmer, of near Somerset, was former- on hand to prove these facts at October of nfootlngs Our htock now complete at Lowest Cash Prices. at Salem Baptist church. ters and pacers (foals of 1897) to close ly a merchant at this place, Is ti broth- term, 150S, and perhaps also to indict There were 30 additions, 2(1 of them be- Jan. 1, 1S9S. Tho fact that tho Stock er of tho professor and can well bo tho perjurer. ing by experience and baptism. Glas- Farm management continues to open styled thu Sycamore of tho Pitman. FONTA1NK FOX BOIIMTT. gow News. these purses In the face of Its losses In nTho bride la a daughter of W. I. Gann Tho Rev. T. G. Bosley, who for sev- two previous ones emphasizes its stateon LlOYi.i: Pikks. Tho cotnmltteo apand Is very pretty. Tho couplo left eral years was presiding older of the ment that It was done to assist tho tho noon train Monday for their future pointed by tho Boyle county fiscal court S Every thins New and Latest Stylos In Writing ruper. Tablets and Cards. Bowling Green district of tho M. E. horse business, which it has claimed homo In old Pulaski. Prof. Allen and to recolvo propositions from the turnK Is dying at Louisville. He was for some time past was gradually on pike owners, finds, says tho Advocate, church, family accompanied tucni. for 50 years a member of tho M. E. tho Improve. Any of our readers who $ a total of 80 miles, and the prices askif. Do You Play Cahds? Tho Chesa-Dcak- ed aggregate $(!S,8j0. This Is an aver- church, aud became a member -of the would llko to make entries can obtain is r ;i uituutii&i. BiAflruuu, h.i. ifc Ohio Ry. has just Issued a age of $&"0.2i per mllo for all tho roads. Presbyterian congregation. IIo- is 80 entry blanks, conditions, etc., by adyears old, and was born at Springfield, dressing the Ky. Stock Farm Publish0 very handsomo playing card to advcr-- The prices run from about $100 to ing Co., Lexington, Ky. tlso Its famous F. F. V. trains. Tlieso per tuile, tho highest proposition Rev. Win. Shoesmlth, who preached cards are of the finest make and quali- coming from tho HustonvUlu road, An exchungo says: 4,A woman's ty. Hy special arrangements with tho which has boon paying splendid divi- here last Sunday night in the interest character Is likened unto a postage manufacturers, a smull charge of 15 dends for years. If these figures rep- of tho Children's Homo Society, of stamp. One black mark ruins it. Man's cents per deck or two decks for 25 eta. resent a fair valuation of tho turnpike which he is Stato superintendent, fur- Is like a treasury note; no matter how is made. Upon receipt of olthor of tho property in tho county, tho outlook for nishes us au Interesting sketch of tho work and tells bow charitably disposed many stains it has it will pass at par above amounts in money or postago, an early consummation of the wishes of When a woman falls from grace nor tho undersigned will forward as many thu voters is rather gloomy. A debt persons can uld In rescuing children character is generally ruined forever. decks aa desired to your address. Take of over $35,000 can not, It Is believed, from poverty and degradation and havo On tho other band a man may straightadvantage of this opportunity xo lay in bo legally incurred without the assent them placed in good homes. Writing from Rldffway, III., Rev. G. en up and be received into the best your winter supply of fine cards at a of more than of the voters society again. All of which is too true small coat. Geo. W. Harney, D.P. A., of tho couuty, and therefore a bond is- H. Turner says; Will you kindly an being true does not make It nounce in your paper that Mr. C. H, Ky. C. & O., RyM Lexington, sue for $GS;000 is out of tho quo&tlou. Rubber Coats, Mclntoehes, Trunks and Valises. Prices right." Tho county, however, has tho right to Ferrun, a student in the Theological Low. Terms Cash. Is Laurie Dlakely back on the Louis- lease the pikes, and It may bo that Seminary at Danville, will preach at A Toronto, Cauada, paper says if you V paragraph Indi- some method of procuring the ends de- Walnut Flat Sunday, tho 21st, Mr. have tho Klondiko fever, and wish to This ville Times cates It very decidedly: When such a sired can bo fouud If tho owners of tho Ferrun Is president of Christian En- got rid of it, pick out a morning when scholar aa tho Uopkluavlllo Kentuck-ia- n roads and tho court can reach u satis- deavor work in the district which com- tho mercury is bulow 'zero, shoulder a prises Stanford, Danville, etc. Ho will pick and go into tho woods before editor spoaka of tho "touch of factory agreement. preach both morning and evening. breakfast; dig a hole lb fcot deep; come Crocsua" ono Mldaa well cease trying MRS. J. E. Cuitu audllttlo daughter, Next Sunday is my regular day at the buok to tho house ai night and eat a to enlighten tho hcathon. A trco that grow from a walnut Mabel, returned homo from a two Flat, but as 1 um hero engmred in re- small piece of stowed buffalo robe and planted by Mr. und Mrs. Jarrott weeks' visit to friends and relatives at vival work, I havo gotten MY, Fcrran sleep In tho woodshed. Uaynca, pioneers of Paducah, haa been Maywood, accompanied by her, cousin, to fill my appolutiueut. I reached lie re A Georgiu muu, who was summoned into boards with Mrs. Stella B. Stephenson, of Pleasant Mouday evening iu tlmu to preach. cut down and sawed which colllns for the old couplo are to Point, who is attending tho protract Last night was my second ulght aud on a jury, was asked by the lawyer: " Would you hang a man ou uircum- IpJ Receiving his- cd meeting at tho Baptist church con' we had two conversions. be made. stantlal evidence V" Tho would-b- e ju Thu pension department haa raised ducted by uevs. Brown and II lbs, at ror looked thoughtful for a moment Sweety Stluo is tho suuuhurino the amount to $o0 a month for epilep- Somerset. of u bcautifm Louis illu debu- aud rcpucu: "vicu, sir, I bus hung u Boston woman shot her sick husA tics. Now look out for an lucreaso of uoods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give hiw a Call. good many of 'em ou a good deal less." band and thou herself. Both will die. tante. that dlaeusc. ' It's All Over Now Finest -- Line n I Men's, Boys & Chil dren's Clothing I i INTK-IUO- K , w TIHIZE I , ..'... - DID YOU EVER ? ..,,..,,,, ur 1 11 d I "I 3r-A- d, . -- 1 l,(-y -- , -- Give Away These Beautiful Clocks vn.-dii'- t ... c, 1 I . - ,.,' ! JACOB HUMMELSTEIN, .1 i I ' I I , 1 UUAL .". h AMINE - 1 -- ille i J. H. BA UGH MAN & CO. SS-:S3S3: MiddleburgCasey 1 ld - METAL ROOFING. FLOORING, ytBNv SIDING. r fv STANFORD, KT. A.C.S1NEJ VZ yU 9 CEILING, -'- FINISH. Farm and Yard FenceWINDOW GLASS. tax-paye- rs s two-year-o- ld I I I DRUGS, BOOKS $ AND STATIONERY. I I -. o H $2,-20- 6ents Furnishing Goods Shoes, Heavy Boots, 'srmi W. B. MoHOBIHTS. I Clothing, Hats, two-thir- --b- H. J. McROBERTS. H. C. RUPLEY, -- THEMERKHANT TAILOR -- cog-nom- FALL AND WINTER GOODS. ..jtL" 'i3y - - fe" ' , , .?m yVSj0 Zrftm - , l?frtnj,-riirTt-,-f-v-'- - 'y nr- - ? "C"W'tf ' - - "'ir-rirr- " w.qWf;-- i KTrynp fM "WJwFjflFX .iSTSHf' - ""?Wi Twjigy WU- - t K ; f jJ F i p M ; ! J i 1 I .! !f r e 1 iff l i i it : "; v IB I- - r I 11 I t ' ! Brock Conib-i- , a promising man of Official returns from Urt counties nnd returns from tho other Knott County, shot nnd killed himself. child of StoneTho three glvo Shackelford's total vote wall Laugford was burned to death In 1S7.4S2, and tho combined opposition Harlan county. lS8,n:5. His plurality Is 17.S01. A man, his wife and sister woro killdone In Congress Not much will be at tho coming session, but a good deal ed from ambush by unknown persons of tlmo will be required to make tho neur Fnlrburn, Ga Ilenry Turner, wife and sister, of speeches in tho Senate on Hawaii, Cu, Ga., were shot to death from bankruptcy and also ogled. Ho mado some com- ba, tho emigration bill, tho ambush while out driving. tho tariff. on n.,r r v f rtnli flrnwn. wo shout plimentary reference to her and then bill and incidentally Tho end of all Interference with railJohn B. Thompson tells tho Cincinand good will, offered to bet W0 that ho could strike with hearty compliment by yellow fover restrictions up an acquaintance with tho girl and nati Enquirer that he Is thinking of road tralllc if Hon. It. W. Brown, nianajjlnp editor has practically been reached. kiss her. Tho knights of tho grip mado running for Congress again and that If of the LouUvillo Times, will permit Thomas HIgglns, of Elkton. Ind., up a purse of that amount and put up ho docs not run, ho will bo for Robert such familiarity, now that ho has been not think drank carbolic acid by mistake for Maythe money, and the follow began his Harding, of Boyle. Ho does appointed secretary to his honor, paragorle and died from tho effects. nomS1,00 n year work. He soon engaged In a conver- that McCreary could bo elected If or Weaver. The salary is H. D. Mead, of Alliance. O., aged and In a inated, becauso he failed to help BlackInsation with tho little beauty and the beauty of It is that It wont 7S, Is in jail charged with criminally few moments had her hand In his. Sho burn's election. Mnlimla Grlco. assaulting l.Vycar-olterfere at all with his present position, hung her head and smiled most There Is fun ahead for tho Stato which he has filled so long and so John Firestone, of Lelpslc, O., whllo women drummers' surof old Kentucky. Nino but ho can go right along coyly, and then to the delirious from typhoid fever, killed his ought to be, prise tho fellow kissed her. Tho stake and all women are beautiful In tho eyes drawing that salary, which daughter with a fiat Iron. money and then of the gallant colonels aro buttonhol holder paid over tho if it is not, 310,000 a year, and have an Tho gold reserve In tho treasury fellow nnd tho demure maiden got ing tho lawmakers as canilUlates lor assistant, Mr. .W. L. Allen, besides. tho a carriage and drove off. Investi- Stato Librarian. There Is no rest for Monday was 81fr.,lllS,21lUS, tho highinto Mr. Brown, wlio is a Hardin county gation proved that tho man was the those statesmen until a final choice Is est point by several millions In recent product, entered the newspaper busiwell known crook known as "Rcddy, made, and their chances for rest after years. ness as soon as he graduated at Bethel Driven to desperation by want Mrs. the Sport," and the woman was his that are exceedingly slim. Cincinnati College, Russcllvllle, and has climbed Frank McLaughlin, of Boston, shot her wife. They have worked tho gamo re- Commercial-Tribunright along to tho top ovor since, no peatedly betore, but not on a crowd of Anxious Inquirers over tho Stato as sick husband and then fatally wounded is a man of indefatigable energy and suckers that hated it as bad as tho to tho whereabouts of Tony Carroll herself. has lived longer in tho HA years of his smart Alecks who took tho bait so easi- and Bill Yost should compose themTho railroads arc preparing to mako existence, than most men do in 50. Mr. ly as that time. selves. Tho fragments of T. Carroll, a stubborn fight against tho Increase of Brown is one of tho most popular memEsq., have been Identified In the scrap, $:U,000,000 In their assessment in Tenbers of the Kentucky Press Associaof tho brightest editorials that yard of a brass foundry, whllo Judge nessee. SOME tion and tho boys all swear there is adorn tho Courier-Journare written Yost has found a congenial avocation An electric railway will bo built from nothing above or below tho stars too by that scholarly and retiring gentle- in furnishing tho wind supply of a Vinccnnes, Ind., to East St. Louis and good for him. In his appointment tho man, Mr. Harrison Robertson, whoso brass band. Tony nnd Billy aro all It will run parallel with tho B. fe O. mayor shows tho anagosity for which stylo is so muoh like Mr. Wattcrson'a right; thoy arc dead. Glasgow Times. railroad. ho is distinguished and here's hoping that often his contributions aro taken Tho Loulsvlllo Post makes this plea At Gushing, Iowa, T. D. Splcklcr, a that when his administration iB done, for those of tho great editor. Mr. for harmony: "Wo do not want to see farmer, shot and killed his wlfo and that the people will put Mr. Brown in Robertson is as modest as a woman and another republican elected governor. then blew out his own brains. They the scat that he relinquishes. as gentle, and is perfectly content to Wo wnnt a united party in 18!)'J, which had separated. The government has ordered an exa discor- hide his light under tho shadow of tho will point tho way to democratic victo The Danville Advocate sings of ry in lttOO. Wo ought to win. e can pedition, equipped with tKK) reindeer, man who stands at tho forofront dant note to our harmony appeal and American journalism. In Mr. Wattcr-son'- s to the Arctic, to rescue tho tn win. Why now inrow iimij ukh-u-i tho nomination of Gov. McCreary for whalers. absence Mr. Robertson Is respon- victory by continued personal assaults ' 2X Congress. If our esteemed contempoMerrltt Martin, a browery agent, sible for the editorial page. tno state ucukjuh " on men whom rary has a man that can better fill tho honor, even when It refuses to accept and J. J. 'Ryan, a saloon keeper, fought and more certainly be elected than bill Politicians, great and small, vie their political vjows ? Let us havo over a settlement at Lexington nnd the Madison county statesman, all it with each other In their efforts to catch peace. Let us havo harmony. Let us Ryan was shot to death. conhas to do is to trot him out and Inte-nio- the soldier vote, apparently believing Dr. Payne, a prominent physician of lt havo union. United wo stand; divided vince people of the fact. The that such a voto Is purchasable one wc fall. The time to begin to unlto is St. Louis, who had for years been a In its JOURNAL is not way or another. The republican Ohio morphine fiend, died In terrible agony advocacy of Gov. McCreary. All It Legislature, acting under this spirit, now." Roberts, who went from sudden abstlnnnce. Collector Sam J. wants is to sec harmony prevail and the passed a law a few years ago, requiring Tho Investigations of a special attorto Washington to -- co what ho could do of election nomibest and surest man that all honorably discharged soldiers about turning democrats out, has re ney prove that Georgia owns the nar nated. Tho district must be redeemed shall be given olllccs, but it litis been of VZ miles along iNorinern turned with tho opinion that civil ser row s and given a representative In Congress-Th- declared unconstitutional by tho suvice rules as applied to revenue service Tennessee, Including Chattanooga ambiwoods arc full of "democrats premo court of the State, after it had aro surrounded and hedged about by Doe Davis, of Jessamine, was pot- tious to represent tho district," but served its purposo for an election or an Impassable barrier and that tho haps fatally wounded by tho accidental thoy are not to bo taken Into consider- two. g gun chances of clvlnir republicans places discharge of Ills ation, unless they can unite the facdemocrats on political grounds whllo ho was loading tho other barrel. over tions and bring us victory. Who does POLITICS At St. Louis. Mrs. Ruth Krebt puraro reduced to a minimum. He says think is better able to do the Advocate do any- chased a baby for 37. SO and palmed It The opposition to Hanna claims 20 there Is absolutely no chanco to this than Gov. McCreary? thing for party friends except through off on her husband as her own. Mr. votes In tho Ohio Legislature. Krcbs discovered the deceit and has left people, who passBushnell's plurality for governor in tho civil service regulations. The Barren county Senator Ohio is officially announced as 2S,1(1. homo. denouncing ed resolutions John M. Langston, Llndsey Nolghbort, tho gardener Hon. South Trimble, of Franklin from Virginia and tho first Negro over Lindsay and demanding his resignaho no longer represents county, will bo a candidate for speaker elected to ojfico by popular vote, died who shot Mrs. Henry, of Clifton. O., tion, because to tho party which elected him, wasted of the Houso of Representatives. at Washington, aged 86. He was born two weeks ago, leajwd of death froit a hospital. Tho Senthird story window department costs a slave, but was emancipated at tho age tho Tho its efforts on tho desert air. his health and about f G.000.000 more than the revenue of six. A graduato both of theology He was dashed to pieces. ator is not in politics for Tho State railroad commission luw and law, he was in 1SG9 given the pro. will only relinquish tho perquisites of derived from it, which is about ' shall bring his term of law at Howard Unlvornl-ty- , finished its aesment of the railway fessorship office, whon time remaining with It for seven years mileage in Kentucky. The total asTho Western division of tho appelto an end. Tho Barrcnltes may get action, late court Wednesday broke all records From 1877 to 18S.1 he was United States sessment amounts to dn,.V0,87l, as some satisfaction out of their 1MM. but further than that it will amount to , by handing down 1U decisions. Klght Minister to Haytl. Upon his return to against ?S,2rt,S7rt In IVeaident of An unicnown man who leaped from woro by Judge Guffy. nothing. this country ho became Dr. Phil Roberts, whom McCreary tho Virginia Normal and Collegiate In- a train near Huntington. W. Va., and A U. S. court has decided that the beat 1,:150 for Congress two years ago, stitute at Petersburg. Va.. where ho was probably fatally injured, Is believboycott is not a legal weapon. The Is tho fifth to shy his castor In the ring remained for three years, when he was ed to bo Ilenry Halbert. the alleged asemployees in a barrel factory objected f jr the Richmond sailant of Cnpt. Hoobler at Vanceburg. Congress. elected to the Fifty-firs- t to the owners putting in a patent mabeen appointed Win. Hobson has Slgmond Friedman, who was serving A Chicago paper, which knows It all, chine and whon they die so, struck and postmaster at Campbellsvlllo and II. says that Col. W. C. P. Breckinridge a term in juil at Macon, Ga., for obattempted to break up tho business of F. TroutmanatShepherdsvillo. Both of may become an evangelist: Mayor taining 'uoney by false pretenses, fell their late employers. They were en- their predecessors were removed. Weaver, ot Louisville, will soon an- heir to SlO.OtK) loft by an uncle In Gerjoined for such proceedings and the Dole, of Hawaii, says the nounce his candidacy for the governor many. Fi I ultimo, was pardoned by tho President court in making the injunction perpet- United States must soon annex the is- ship to succeed Gov. Bradley; Col. governor. law that boycotts ual, laid down the Albui-- t J. Thomas Is In jail at Lebalands or rapidly Increasing Aslatlo Ycrkcs, of Danville, a former cantli. aro illegal and therefore punishable, population will seize tho reins of gova pro non, Term., charged with attempting to date for tho senate, Is to accept which is eminently right. fessorship in Centre College; Congress kill his two ehildron. Ho has a great ernment. urges tho Whitney thinks that man Berry, of Newport, Is likely to gash In his neck Inflicted by himself The postmaster general banks, new Issues will force tho attention of give way to a brother of Former Sec- with a razor when'hu saw ho could not s establishment of therefor are not good. of voters by 1900 and that democracy retary of tho Treasury John G. Car- avoid nrrest. but his reasons daughter Because Hawaii has them oughtn't to will win the presidency and everything lisle and nermlt him to go to Congress . Miss Lucinda U. Helm, a Helm, of Kentucky, died at nor docs else in sight. of a fusion tick- of next year on somewhat bo taken Into consideration, R. K. Harhis suggestion that it will be of great Hal Lewis, who mado the speech et between tho silver aud gold demo" the residence of Bishop class count for nominating Bryan at Chicago, which erats and Jack Chinn is going to grove in Nashville. She was the first benefit to tho poorer Pdr- very much. There are plenty of ways created so much comment, after a hot run against Evan Settle for Congress- general secretary of the Woman's bociety 01 money canvass, was appointed to the supreme now for that class to have their Tho Springfield Republican says: sonairc and Home Mission kept for them, besides it is no part of bench of Georgia. "Tho L'old democrats as a separate par tho M. E. Church, South. banking Beck- ty has practically been effaced, and If Frankfort friends of Crlpps Dr. Thomus W. Evans, the famous tho government to go Into the ham, tho Nelson county representative, the recent elections prove anything, it American dentist, who facilitated tho business. Eugenie from claim his race for speaker of the House Is that the strength which might have lllght of The Loulsvlllo Times, with a reck- is already won; that ho has more votes come to tho party is drifting, not into. Paris In 1VT0, died suddenly In that less disregard for tho truth, speaks of pledged than both his opponents. the republican, but back Into tho dem city. He was on terms of great Intiho editor of this paper as a sinner, and Charles Husser- gnvo his life for a ocratic ranks. Newspaper changes macy with the rnlltitr powers in France an old sinner at that. Both allegations vote for Weaver for mayor of Louis- show the popular drift In the respec during tho closing days of the Empire aro as false as the alligator Is too fer- ville, no was ill of pneumonia and his tive sections, and It Is not helpful to and made many millions In fees and tile or imagination, and If ho escape a doctors told him it would kill him to tho republican notion that tho demo gifts in tho practice of his profession. shot in the neck tho next time wo see go to the polls. Ho went and has since crats who followed that party last fall him, It will be becauso wc can't ''git died. can bo Insolently and indifferently club(OOwvvvWVwwwvvvv Mm to Gatto's" to get tho drop on him. There has been another 6hako up in bed without resentment by every ex office at Cin- treme of republican policy that may the Commercial-Tribun- e The fiscal court of Mercer appropri- cinnati. Tho Tribune men now con- mwont. Itself. The fatultv of rcnubll- ated 61,812 to pay for guards at. tho toll trol the consolidated concern and It is can leadership was never more threat gates. This is a good deal of money to said that Murat Halstcad will again bo eningly presented than it Is because of editor. come out of the Successor cf th "Unabridged?' Five bright and brainy newspaper tho anarchistic acts of a few midnight We go to political annihilation with The One Great Standard Authority, of the next Kenwill be members flo writ lion. 1). J. llrwr, raiders, who do not even pay a poll tax. perfect composure without a single men Houso of Representatives. They Jiutlos U. U. Huiircina Court. tucky are never toll gate raiders. resentment or regret having fought etandara are John M. Mcloan, of tho Murray Of the V. 8. OoVt frtnUnu out to the bitter end a profound con- Ledger; Robert C. Walker, of tho CritUmct. IDA U. n. nillirrim Coail, ail uie nuu nu The Washington Post gets gay and viction in perfect fairness and good fy aU tlio HctMMUwoki. tenden Press; Emmet Orr, of tho Owen soys: "Gov. Bradley's telegram of faith. Henry Watterson. News; R. E. Richardson, of tho Hart congratulatlou to W. Godfrey Hunter Hon. John Ilenry Wilson told a Cin- county News, and W. Bennett Henderf Commended by Plata HuDcrlntcrtl'nU appears to have struck a ground wire." cinnati Enquirer reporter that Hon. of AcriooU, ColUire VmU They of tho Princeton Banner. Nay, verily. Kentucky's governor is a Brutus J. Cluy, of Madison, would like- son, almost without mini wr. representative workers in journal- gentleman and has no communication ly bo the republican nominee for Con- .am Ynvalnablc Is ever to bo an effort In the TiouMlinM, ntxl to with thoso who aro not, If ho can help gress in this district next year and that Ism and If there IICI advertising ww.if ' mado to secure a better jeuionai xuuii. nu wu it. he thought tho democrats would nomi- luw for Kentucky, now la the time. J THE BEST FOR PRACTICAL USE. Louisville is now in charge of dem- nate Gov. McCreary. President Gaines, of tho K. P. A., wanna. The Loxington Herald thinks it won- Let It li y to lino ine wora pronunciation. comocratic olllclals from mayor down, and the at once appoint these gentlemen a It I Miy to ascertain growth of a word. and continue drous strange that any man should mittee on'legal advertising with power to trace the It Uisy if sho will bohavo herself It to eaay to leera what a word mean. to bo governor of Kentucky, e bo, all will bo forgiven, even if the blot want to act in a double capacity. Hopkins-vlllThe Raleigh Hewa Oe uiuMrver Maya : power Is by no means equal to that Todd's administration put on her whose Kcntucklan. (the Intcrnutlooal) that of tho auditor; ho Is always tram. .v-M tuo can never be forgotten. v v" rs Wfbatir iiivsw mhj rfffira moiled by the sinking fund board; bis aa far aa any one It aa trm Told sound money candidate patronage is practically nothing; his The B n nn lnnlkatlon to ni Seven horses woro burned to death or governor of Ohio got 1,000 votes. veto amounts to but little and ho tires Pabllahera, O. 'C. JtmnKIAM-CO.- , a chance to crow fearfully of hearing applications for in Stato Senator Jones' stable near This gives Hlndman apriaMfoiu, jiut.i V.0.A. pardons and appointing notaries. Glasgow. over somebody. - Drummers are pretty slick but thoy aro not always as INTERIOR JOURNAL warm as thoy might bo. For Instance, THE down in Louisville tho other day a crowd of them was at their favorlto Nov. 19. 1897 pastime of ogling a pretty little woStanford. Ky.. man who wa9 seated demurely in tho 10th street depot. Shortly a well dressW. P. WALTON. ed stranger mingled wfth tho crowd thorn-selve- s, THE LOUISVILLE STORE'S STRONGEST AND MOST semi-offici- al three-year-o- ld - CoiHiDeiog Fall-burn- flrguments Arc presented in the Styles, Qualities and Prices of goods ofTcred. We can not begin to tell you in this small space but cordially invite you to call and examine the merchandise advertised. They represent great values lor little money. Last week's business was good and new goods arc arriving daily to fill up stock. You arc sure at all times Read our prices below and come to sec ol getting something new. the goods. M A good all wool suit of clothes for men for only $$. A good, all wool Heaver Overcoat A good, all wool Ulster Overcoat for the small sum of $5. Mcintosh Overcoats at $2.50; a $5 value. $2.50. Hoys' Long Pants Suits, age n to 19, Hoys' Knee Pants Suits 75c. Men's Jeans Pants, 50c pair. Men's Overall Pants, double front, and Jackets 0 90c. Men's Full Stock Hoots $1.50. $2 50. Men's Fine French Kip Hoots Hoys' Knee Pants 0 25c. So-lo- ns d ld e. al 100-ple- ce CAPES AND JACKETS. Wc have a lew Jackets yet on hand to close out at less than actual COST. Come and get your fit before your size is sold. All wool Beaver Jackets (; 3.50, 54 and $$. All wool Hlack, Hluc and Green d Capes, finished with beading and braid, for $2. Ladies' Hlack Skirts Qt $1.25. Ladies' Plaid and Figured Skirts in all colors Feather Boas, 25c, each. Eiderdown Cloaking for Sacks fo $1.25. Wraps at 35c, yd. Broadcloth and Waterproof, 54 inches wide, and 50c and 75c. Dress Goods, Silks, Ribbons, Blankets, Comforts, Buggy Robes, &c, are sold proportionately LOW. Hro-cade- -- nrru-fio1 d Ice-boun- d hide-boun- d o 11 THE LOUISVILLE STORE. A .ZUK HANS KY A CO, Phohuctoiw Emi- muzzio-ioauin- T. D. HANKY, Manacikh. Pnris, Our lisle, Mt. Sterling, Hnnlntown, LawrcnccbiUK, Pyntlilana, Versatile, nence, Georgetown, Klirnbcthtown. Frankfort, niul Mnuckport, Ind. ! Expert Glass Cutters. Window Lights Furnished In All Sizes at the Lowest Prices. CRAIG & pott-olfic- o $85,-000,00- 0. . HOOKER. post-oilic- e. akijdg A UnDGRCMIDG KY ry I J. C. M CLARY, 4,1 postal-saving- Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Square, Stanford, Ky Room OppoMtc Court-Hou- se ruiiciaiuuouiui. l ex-Go- Li !3!5S53! W' BUT'' ftt7r7amKnaT3 a7. rtvvy r vJVFijvy;HLWr 'I vM - 5 Wfl S "E!7 HV Withers shows the brightest, cleanest line of Furniture, 1 1 11 J I UNTTTTR !? Vm Carpets, Matting, Wall Paper, Window Shades, Rugs. Portieres and Lace Curtains, I keep the stock to select from. Price is an object. Look and you will be convinced. to-lay- tax-payer- s, Webster's International: Dictionary W. IrV. Brunch Store at Ilustonvillc, II. - WITHERS. STANFORD. li. Cumnitz, Manager. ..--- - Tax-paye- rs Higfi Locust Herd Reg. Poland Chinas. Pon of KWver's Model, No. 29,710. the. greatest breeding hog living, and HUNDLEY'S OIjAUDB, No. 12,091, son of tho World'H Columbian Champion, Claude, No. 11,007. Kino, toppy voiiB boars ready for hervlco. A few show gllUt old enough to breed, and bred nowh In every renpoct, with n specially, for sale, This Mock U strictly flntt-cla- st pedigree. Trices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Write your wmitH or coruo and bee my Uutftf. r A few fresh Jersey Cows ror sale. Thoy nro good ones. Also Mammoth Pekln Duck A. E. HUNDLEY, Ilox 103, Danvtllo, Ky. Eggs, 31 for 13. Headed toy U. S. MOOEL, HO. 38,353. irO HTdll 1 "Where to Send My Girl to School Send Her to Stanford College. .......,., ?" Q9ltal!J&VttSZEJSh -.- cd News Briefly SaWr iKun.ii 11 wlm .- It has full Courses of Study In nil departments. It has trained and experienced teachers. It has all needful facilities for tho thorough training of girls In all grades. It was of cfctahllshcd for tho welfuro and convenience i. Stanford and Lincoln countv.. nil tlm . . V . : . ... i .,i... i viutunv. people ill nianioru iwiu ..ii..i... unicim ui uiiiuuiik muir inuuonco uy patronizing otu rally nround tho Collego and glvo It their united and hearty support. tr Next Session opens Sept. 6th. For fill Information call on Mrs. Baulky- - at tho collego o M. BHELTON, Piibbidwit. wrlto for catalogue. .!..... Lt i ! l oWm mM, . ii .mmi-- Yfei yt. . ..m,1),m1;V, THE INTERIOR JOURNAL i t annual exhibition is proving an unlucky one. Sor.lI) stiver tableware at Danks. J. T. JONKS, tinning and plumbing. j Bob Isom, tho well known jockey, WKDWNCi presents. Suit your Idea. died In San Francisco of consumption. J. T. Jonks plumber and tinner. --cTrez$zJi?zs The body Is on tho way to Lexington Stanford, Ky., Nov. 19, 1807 MONBY to lonn on fariiiH. Apply to Dunks. I ntn now prepared to make nil kinds of Picture Frames to order from the Cheapest lo tho Mot Expensive. All work done Prornptlv and Satisfaction Guaranteed. Also enrry SEE tho "Professor'" at the opera for Interment. box IDS, Stanford. Tho Ml. Sterling Democrat reports the- Largest mid Most Complule lino of house Monday evening. E. C. Walton, Uusimss Manaobb. 3,B00 cattle on tho court day market. on huIo at Mcltoberts' drug Scats Oils, Var cottage on Lo- Feeders brought from 3 to cents and Desikaiilk storo (or the "Professor." PllBSCBll'TlONSaro lllled rljjht and gan nvenuo for rent. Just vacated by cows and heifers from 2 up. X WINDOW glass In all sizes, Bottom B. N. Holler. J. P. Peyton. at right prices ut Penny's Drug Store. Senator W. H. Jonea' fine barn near Central Kentucky. Ilnndome line of Fine PlCTl'HES for tho Holidays. Call nnd sue. prices at Penny's Drug Store. Glasgow, win burned with some valua- In Coal Famine.- Wo aro selling Dan- ble stock and considerable machinery PERSONHLS. Pou fancy evaporated fruits, orange ville, 'Lancaster and Htistonvillc; buy and liny: loss $2,000; no Insurance. MB. M. P. Hl.KIN left Wednesday and lemon peel, &c., see Higglns it qnick. J. II. Baughmnn fc Co. No. .108 Main Street, Danville, Ky. O. P. Huffman bought of Gus McKlnney. for Port Huron. Mich. some butcher stuff at 2Je and THE Danville council has advertised MOUUIS Pm:i), the clovor miller, has STOCIC must be reduced. Special in- tho telephone franchise to be sold Dec. of Woods it Lynn some at 3c. He has , a new jjlrl at his house. n- I.. ducements to cash buyers. Come and 10 and to run 20 years, under very iron- - Ituouguuouvunii liuihim t iiis l. M it. Silas Mi:ssbb lms moved his sco. Mark Hardin. The quarantine In Kansas on cattle xiYz Roman Striped Percale for clad provisions. 8c family to Knox county. 0 from tho South has been lifted and Curling Tongs for Wil.i. Si'.vkbanck was iii the cities Sale. I will dispose of my entire lot A muck houso is a curiosity at Cor4c from Texas and as many from ArGilt Edge Shoe Polish lor of furniture at auction at my rcstdenco bln. The News says that the Chris- kansas and Mississippi 20c this week buying goods. arc on their HoitN, to the wife of A. L. Spoonu-mor- In Stanford, Nov. 20. H. Williams. 50 Overalls for 45c tian church being built thero is tho way there. Outing Cloth for of the Hubble oction, a girl. only brick structure in town save the 4c At Lexington Monday, It. II. DON'T forget tho Fremont Co. in Laundered Percale Shirts for 25c Miss Mabik Habiikb, of Itlehmond, "Tho Professor" Monday night. Good round-housKitty B. and W. P. Givens' Good Flannelettes 8c arrived Tuusduy to visit Mrs. r. JI. singing and dancing; 10, 20 and 30c. county, which failed to carry Three Bars each won'a race, while the Best Quality, Latest P. tterns Flannelettes Scott Shanks. ioc former's Tho Navy ran fifth and J. B. My placo for sale or rent privately. the bond issue, sold her bonds under Gentry's Annie Taylor fourth In other Good Cotton Hose Miss Sai.uk Gbkb.v went to Dan 4c same firm villo yesterday to spend a month with Possession to suit purchaser. Horses, the same conditions, to the Good Whisk Broom races. 9c same price that tho Lincoln friends. mules and cuttlo for sale. J. S. Hund- and at the 20c Jonas Well shipped Saturday 500 cat- Men's Heavy Undershirts fiscal court did. Momtra Pakims, son of J. E. Parrls, ley, Stanford. tle to the scacoast. Among tho num- Canton Flannel 5c slight attack of is recovering from a The Stanford fox hunters actually ber were 300 1,100 lb. cattle purchased Good Jeans 15c. I did not steal these goods. The reason I can Dead. Jesso Thompson, who condiphtheria. fox Tuesday. They have been of J. E. Clay, one of the best and larg- sell them so low is I bought them for CASH and I am selling them a several caught a John V. Wallack returns hearty ducted died barber shop ahero days ago after him for five years and now that est feeders in this section. Prico paid for Spot Cash. in Lexington few thanks to those who helped save his years, he Is caught, what are they going to 4 to He, or $20,000. Paris Kentuck- of consumption. proiwrty from burning Mondny. do ? Harvo Helm will please stand up Kn ' Miss Isahi:lla Hailp.y, who Is atand tell. Robert II. Nutter has sold 700 or 800 Gifts to the Charity bed at tho school at Mexico, Mo., returntending Price Infirmary for Thanksgiving barrels of corn at 31.2.) in tho field. A. E. Guidons, of Danville, who Is ed homo Tuesday night, quite ill. are respectfully solicited. Please send an fait In everything In wall paper, There were 200 cattle on the market H. H. Donalson, of Howling Green, in Wednesday, 24th. H.83 picture frames, paints, Ac, tells our Monday; feeders sold at ISO to 4.07 Is here selling a patent corn crusher sheep at and yearlings at 3 to 3Jc; Pkemont Comedy Cumpany at op- readers elsewhere In this Issue what ho S3 to i'd.iiO each and work mules at 825 and fodder shredder to our farmers. Monday, Tuesday and Wed- can do for them. Head his ad. and to $&"). Georgetown Times. Lkwis Cooic, the May wood painter, era house nesday evening "It is to laugh.'' A putronl'o him. Monte Fox, of Danville, bought of lind line boy to arrive a few days ago, Metro)Hlttan show tit cheap prices; THANKS. I am under lasting obli- M. J. Farris, of Boyle, 200 which ho has named Jostle for the don't fall to attend 10, 20 and 30c. gations to those who fought so nobly cattle at lie; of B. C. Berry 30, u little youngster's uncle. lire lighter, at lie; of C. T. Armstrong 32 Mil. V. A. CaKHKN, of Stanford, House Stolen. Jacob Hummel-atol- to savo my property during tho brother-in-laMonday, and I shall not soon forget of same at to 4Jc; of It. L. Hubble 20 of H. N. Holler, has tho McKlnney merchant, was !No come to Corbln to take n position In here with bis handsome son, Summy, the people who helped me In time of averaging 1,110 at 4c and of John P. Good Goods nt the Lowest Possible Cash Prices. 31 Cash at He. It. It. Noel. Corbln News. the Goods sold on time but one Wednesday, to advertise a horse that need. Farris it Whitley aro shipping their J. A. CAltl':NTr.u, postmaster at Per- hud been stolen from him. See ad. While driving down KnulTman's hill mules and horses, of which they have ry vllle, paid his subscription to this paInto Hustouvlllc a few days ago, Mr. ' lo0, to the South, and after they disper to Oct. IB, 1S1K). the other day, Dan Cl'itBY, who murdered John W. unfl Mrs. E. II. Edwards' horse ran Corluy at Corbln ovor an Imaginary away, throwing tho occupants out of pose of them will go out of tho mule whloh is ahead of anybody else. trado. J. M. Salleo it Co. sold 39 cattle, V. H. COLKMAN, of Mld'llobure, took wrong, has worked tho crazy business the buggy. Neither was hurt much, ' 1,115 iounds, ut lc. lo Sam McDowell, tho train hero yestorduy for Somerset, so well that he has been taken to the but the horse and buggy were both bad- asylum at Ioxiugton. It was that or ly used up and the horso will likely die. who bought an extra lot of feeders also where ho goes to resume his old at 3Jc. Advocate. hang and Curry has been playing his as local editor of the Hoportor. Opeka Hocse, Monday, Tuesday The General Assembly of the Knights TilK ladles at the College have fixed game tine. and Wednesday evening, with jmpular the rot and third Saturdays from 2 to To the. Pen. Deputy It. M. Nw-lan- prices. Matinee Wednesday afternoon, of Labor, adjourned 10 meet In ChicaIs a feature of our Prescription Department upon which wo pride ourB l go In 1S93. Resolutions wero adopted M. as reception days, when they selves. Wo do not slight such prescriptions simply because the mediwith Georgo Farris as guurd, will Tho Fremont Comedy Co. In nn elegant euloglzlog tho late Henry George, eswill be glad to see all who wish to call. luavo this morning for Frankfort with cines are to be given to domestic animals. Drugs and chemicals of repertoire of new comedies. Tho openwho runs on tho James Humbcr and John Jones, who ing bill will bo tho bright comedy pousing the cause of the Cuban patriots, Mlt. J.E. Hoct, doubtful quality aro not "good enough" at our store. This is why you Main Lino of tho L. & N Is on a visit got three yours each this court, tho "Tho Professor," with specialities of a condemning tho action of the deputy should bring us your prescriptions for Condition Powders, Linito his parent, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.Hout. former for housebreaking and the lat- refined nature freely Interpolated. sheritTs in the alTair at Haclton, Pcnn., ments, Poultry Medicines, Hog Cholera Remedies, Dog Medicines, Ac. and denouncing the national banking This Is tho first time ho has lost In sev- ter for shooting and wounding. Wo also have n largo number of formulas for for preparing all kinds of Prices of admission 10, 20 and 30c. system. en months. remedies for all diseases of domestic animals. Seats on salo at Mcltoberts' Drug Store In spite of the fact that a Milwaukee Singleton. Mr. Garland Singleton Saturday morning. Mkssiis. J. L..ENOLKMAN, Cloll and clergyman asserts that the nudo fig Given Terrlll and Dr. H. Hamsey and writes us from Wnyncsburg that Mr. The circuit court has nearly played ures on a $5 bill aro positively inde son, Bert, of Garrard, took the train Pleasant Singleton, aged 73, died there hero Wednesday for Arkansas, to hunt a few days ago. He had been a mem- out. Tho juries were discharged till cent, thero are many persons who wish ber of tho Baptist church for 3T yours the special term, Dec. 10, and only to expand the indecency of the counand prospect. rtSKfSfc S3& subscription to tho and just before ho passed away called equity cases aro now being heard. Tho try both in volume and per capita. IN renewing his i7'"LT.Z:.1 iNTKIttOH JoCUNAL, Mr. W. I. Moore, his friends to his bedside and biulo two suits of I toy Beazloy against H. J. Commercial Appeal. A Missouri man has gone to the Klonto meet in a better Darst, for accusing him of horse stealof Eureka, Cal., writes that ho would them good-bydike because his wife insisted upon ing and having him arrested for that not bo without the paper for six times world. olTonso, were dismissed .it defendant's handling the reins. Before tho season the price of It. THE Advocate says that Tho Fre- costs. It Is understood that they wero Is over he will bo willing to return and good Q. H. Jokiss, who mndo Mich mont Comedy Company opened a weok's compromised at W0 apiece, although let her also hold the whip. race for county judge of Casey, but engagement at tho opera house Monday they called for t.'j.OOO each. A new county may bo made out of who succumbed to tho big republican aunight to a largo and Including tho two heretofore men- portions of Hancock. Breckinridge, majority, was bore yesterday with his dience. Tho company Intersperses its tioned, the court has granted tivo di- Ohio nnd Daviess counties rolutlve, Dr. ICd M. Kstos. but it is to performances with now and popular vorces this term, those since our hist iroHi The Cities With New be hoped not. Two young buslnoHS men Of songs. Popular prices 10, 20 and 150 report being Joseph Melvln from his Messrs. II. W. Schrlvnor and II. seven Archer Brothers The histof tho cents. At Walton's Opera House, 22, wife, Susie; Loo Jasper from Susan was killed by u train nt North BaltiW. McKlnney, wore bore yesterday 23 and 21. Jasper, and Mrs. Alice Sword from more, O., all of them died violent looking for a location for a dry goods open storo, which they will probably BuitULAiiY. Elder Joseph Sever- Thomas Sword. Abandonment was tho deaths. up here. Albert Frantz, for the murder of his ance, who has been holding a protract- cause in each case; the hitter's petition MlSS SUK Hoi'l'Elt Is bore In tho In- ed meeting at Maretsburg, tells us that stating that her husband, who was In- sweetheart will die. In the chair at terest of tho Christian Guide. She Is Mr. Hartz's storo at thafplaco was en- sanely jealous of her because she Is tho Ohio penitentiary a sister of Mr. James W. Hopper, of tered and robbed of about $2.1 worth of pretty, had finally left her and refused At Xenia, O., a half day was spent in editorial force and goods and that a few nights afterwards to contrlbuto to her Biipport. the Courier-Journkilling rats when over 5,000 were exThe court expires by limitation to- terminated. tho walking encyclopedia for that es- another attempt was made to burglarmorrow. tablishment. ize It, but Dr. E. J. Brown, of this Mlts. T. S. Wkiiii, Jit., of Knox villo, place, happened to ride by and ho put will arrive this morning to assist in the M'.unps to (light. FARM AND TRADE, tho preparation of tho wedding of her London is to have a democratic paWheat is selling at 85e in Louisville. sister, Miss Adelo Snulluy, lo Hov. S. Stolon from my stiiblo Monday night. No&c Buck Hiatt sold to Woods it Lynn M. Logan, which occurs at the Presby- per. Mr. Charles W. Kellogg has purliori, 15 liiuuls vember loth, a of the Commercial, some fat hogs at 3c. (1 chased the outfit and fret, high, l.irW clay color, dark terian church hero next Tuesday at recently suspended here, and will open Foil Sale.- - Some nice, fat hogs, shod all 'round, very fat and heavy. A libSpecial Sample of Hoods, Fascinators, Bonties and other Knit Goods at l M. eral reward will lo paid for his iccovery or up tor democracy In that great and small. Jos. Ballou. CoupoitAL J. Lkk Shannon, of the for information lending thereto. Half Price. republican section and wo hope conJACOB IIUMMF.LSTEIN, William Carson bought at Danville Oth U. S. Infantry, formerly of More-lan.McKlnney, Ky. who was accidentally shot at Port vert many to the eausu of honesty and Monday 17 yearling cattle at $13.05. goon government. Mr. Kellogg is said Thomas, two months ago, is still 111 tho The Lexington Itunnlng Association hospital and expects to have an- to have paid $."00 for the outfit, which has cut most of its purses to $150 from lost consists of a job press and enough type, $200. other operation jKJrformed, all tho iv&s being broken. Ills ito., to run his paper. on one hand Quail are In demand In Louisville at lu order to settle the estate of tho lulu Is shortly to go to tho Mexico 81.H0 a dozen. Kirns are ouoted at 15 Amanda T. Crow, 1 will on regiment MY deputy, It. M. Newland, will be border In Texas. at tho following places on tho dates to 10 cents, Dec. 18U1, 1897, jockey, Bob Isom, tho Col. W. II. Phbmont, proprietor of horelti named for tho purKso of rethe Comedy Company, which is to ceiving your '1)7 taxes: Mt. Saleiu, who used to ride for Jack Chlnn, died Sell tho undivided Interest of tho heirs of Mrs. Mngglo McAfeo In the dower of tho show hero threo nlglits, beginning on Wednesday, November tho 21th; at San Francisco. aforesaid Amanda T. Crow, which contains Monday. 22d next, came over from Dan Mllledgovlllo, Monday, 22d; Huston-villM. S. it J. W. Baughman have purFIvo Acres Land ville yesterday to havo tho town billed. Saturday, 27th, and Tuesday, chased sovoral small lots of corn ut Tho colonol Is a Keutueklan, a native 30th. M. G. Reynolds will bo at High- $1.50 to 81.75 delivered. At the same With all tho lmnrovemonts. ""fcfWWfrr- J. W. Bales shipped last week 305 time and place 1 will sell tho remainder of of Maysvlllo, and therefore a clever land, Thursday. Nov. ISth; KlngsTlUe, tho farm, all of which contains gentleman. Ho guarantees satisfaction Friday, 10th; Wayncsburg every Sat- export cattlo bought In Madison at to all who patronize his excellent show, urday. This is our last year and we to 4Je. Richmond Climax. 103 Acres of Fine Land, Five hundred horses havo died from compelled to finish our business by are nnv In Lincoln county. Farm (jood Gal- As :i of miles West of Stanford, Ky., on tho lies HOME NEWS, the 1st of January. You will please anthrax In the counties Harris, Knob Lick plko and on tho. East side of the call on above dates; 0 per cent penalty veston and Brazoria, Texas. Hanging Pork. It adjoins tho lauds of tho ' J. T. Jones tinner and plumber. Mrs. S. M. Owens sent 30 turkeys to Into James A. Harris and Isaac Jones. Tho To 73 Cents, Free. Xo advertisement on the face of tho paintings. Given with added Dee. 1. T. D. Nowlnnd, S. L. C. each 23 Cents worth of J. W. Christian it Bro. yesterday and iiIkivo placo is lit a hl'li stilt 0 of cultivation. GUNS, loaded shells and amunltlon at Has a six room dwelling and necessary outgot $1.10 around, hens and all. In Fronts on plko False Akkest. Tuesday afternoon, B. C. Sandldg'e, of tho West End, has buildings. neighborhoods. ami Issalo ono of Craig & Hooker's. will bo Tho tho best of Georgo Austin, tho Lancaster street s old niado on tho farm at 10 o'clock. A. M., on tho ! ad. J II. butcher, saw Lat Clark, one of his as- just sold for $35 a Coal Famine Sco our above date. weighed 700 pounds. Tkums. Mado known on day of salo. Daughmau fc Co. sistants, cake tho mountain train and calf, which call on or Fob Sale. 30 mule colts and 25 For further particulars L. OBOW, address fearing that thero was something OHAS. Ex'or. Which Now Goes at NKW ladles' capos and misses and yearlings, mostly mares and all good McKlnnoy Ky. wrong he rushed down to his placo of children's jackets. Severance it Sons. business to Investigate and found that ones. C. T. Bohon, Hustonvllle. ' IT" Corn Is selling on the Glasgow marI We very llttlo money was In his Does your old truss hurt Imagining that Clark had ket at $1.5.0 to 81.75'deUvorod. A beef guarantee a perfect lit. Penny's Drug Tho strikers aro going to work and coal robbed him, ho swore out a writ and ho e.ow brought $51.47 here Saturday. will soon bo coming, Placo your orders so It is tho oldest iu the market. Store. that wo can work early and lato. Wo thank and Marshal Nowlnud begun to tele- News. It is the king of all makes. ask tho confavors NEW Christmas stock of jewelry, sil- graph for him. They had him arrestJames Thompson bought In Casey you for past same. uiul kindly no solicitors Wo havo It has the highest merits. tinuance of verware and wedding presents ut Ham- -' ed at London and Fred Farris, of that and Adair a bunch of heifers and steers walking tho streets, but await your orders, Therefore bo wise and use the best. will bo neatly and promptly filled. Ilton's. placo, brought him down Wednesday at 2c for the former and 3Jc for tho which nsk credit for wo havo no capital to It pays and pays wtil. Don't back us. Wo would havo a telephone In our New Orleans morning and guarded him till his trial latter. Bakkel of tho finest Tho Now York Horso Show Is being office but wo can't hear. Como and seo us. & Judge Dawson that afternoon, Molasses just received at Warren & beforo NOEL & SON.D(Seo "ad.") acquitted In short order. attended by very small crowds and tho when ho was I Just In. Fine- China. Danks. NkV jfoltl spectacles nt Dnnka'. 3. 13th 1 FUMES - ' - six-roo- m 1 Wall Paper, Window Shades, Paints, nishes, Brushes Window Glass 75-2- m - A. E. GIBBONS, I hi-i- FOR SPOT CASH ONLY. m 30,-00- e, Bro-naugh- 'b e. m Jo-so- m W. HI. SHANKS. MARK HARDIN, 11 1,480-poun- d Cash Dealer In Groceries, Goods, Notions, &c. Dry n, w 1 round-hous- e. 1,400-pounde- rs i Low Cash Price To ALL. Preparing Veterinary Remedies jiosl-lio- n 11 d, PENNY'S DRUG STORE. 3&8$im I e 11 woll-plcasc- Jast Hetarned Cloaks, d Kloh-inoti- d, to-da- Underwear, al Hosiery, m HORSE STOLEN. Gloves, Blankets, Outing Flannels, Overcoats, rock-ribbe- d d, lln-go- ra PUBLIC SALE. SEVERANCE St SONS. ? light-weig- ht Saturday, Twenty o, of 1 FREE j""i-- ! 11 Oil Fainted Ficture Worth 25 Cts. seven-month- B. T. Babbitt's Best Soap 1 cuk-drawe- r. H3BXj1jO Six Big Cakes For 25 Cts. HIGGINS 01-- U WKINNEY. Shanks'. LtofcaA-- n - " jj ., ' . i y I . iw 7 il .1 - 'r2f tit nt tl?s " ' 4 ::! 1D WM ::! '' I Advocate. City, Ky. UKOOKLYN. In Knox county John Snow was shot Turnout, prompt nttentlon. Terr nnd killed by Fred Unndman while reaoiullp rule. A inirtluii of jour miimnase ft a IS miTCtiullj tollrltoJ. they wero quarreling. : Mis Pills John Smith nnd Fred Ilarkler shot each other to death near Barbourvlllo Co., in a quarrel over an account. ROWLAND. ICV., KOUN1312D 1HOG. DRUG o raiders destroyod eight Has Gone Back into tho Coal gates in Jessamine county and warned Business. KN0XV1LLE DIVISION. ized in Chicago. It now has uuxllliar-ie- s tho keepers to collect no more toll. And All Roport a Chanffo for tho co, will koop coiistiintlv on hand the Julll- - 6 KTANKOIll), KY. 12 37 p in The case of small pox at Middlesbo-roha- s nils iirauch and other iM'tt LouU nnd in 2.'5 States nnd Territories. De Ko. 21 Train going North Sottc? and Will Forsovoro. 3 13 a M " ask thu patronage of thu public. .Stanford " " No. 26 made Pinevllle, Barbourvlllo No! 25 " '2 (H p m cember 20, 189."), the Kentucky society " South frlouds who want Coal can Iciivo orders with ! 127pm was organized, since which time it has nnd other towns adopt n shot gun quar" " No. 23 " J. II. niacin, which will rocolvn prompt atForalllPolnts. tention, T. L. SUKLTON. effected local organization in about 00 antine against her. All persons desiring Iocust I'oits for plank fence, post and raltlnit or wire fence run ml w bat they TlJRO'JriH TICKETS fcOLD. Tho Montgomery county fiscal court counties in the State, has found homes want at my store near Cedar Creek, on the plka & UAtiGAUR CHECKED THROUGH. leading from Crab Orchard to Stanford I also for and placed 115. It is becoming has purchased four of the turnpikes For any Information enquire of keep on hand a supply of plank for frtielns. All n and wherever leading into Mt. Sterling, an aggre thoroughly kinds of lumber for bnlldluK pnrpoMw; alsolioards IN JOE S. MCE, Agent, and shliiKlea. All porno in dulrlng any article of principles arc understood it gains gate of 2.". miles, for 811,01)3. Stanford, Ky. its this klud can call on at my store near Cedar Corn and liny. Crwk. 3J At Pinovlllc, 83,000 worth of lumber U. W. bUM.Il.inuX. heat ticst support. By means of n local Order Office and Kwd Kxchxnpe, near the Railroad QUEEN & CRESCENT. advisory board in each county scat, and belonging to tho Thompson Lumber Crossing, Dcot Street, Trains pass Junction City as follows: - an associate member In each magiste- Co. nnd 81,000 worth of staves owned No. l.South .... 11 57 a m No. 2 North......43 02 p m rial Tho crack liarlKtr. Is r.ow back at his old Coal Yard, Mill Street, lately J II. Jilfttlni'. 40 am district In the county, tho society by Clark & Co., went up in flames. " 4 " " 1124 pm No.S stand lu Mrs. KgliertV ready to Satlnfaitlon gtiarantct-d130pm is kept apprised of tho whereabouts of Tho partially decomposed body of 1125am ' 6 " No. 5 " gUu you a hhnvti anil haircut All 6 00 a m " 10 " 8 20 p m No. 9 " ueedlng work idiould cull 011 him. lie In children and of childless Lincoln Wilson was found under a pllo 5 and C do not run Sundays, 9 and 10 homeless o. sure to plenoe joti. Crab Orchard, Ky. CJ ono further South than Junction City, nctlhcr homes. When a child is placed in a of underbrush In Whitley county. John o they run Sundays. homo in the jurisdiction of an advisory Lovltt, Is charged with tho murder. FRANKFORT AMD CINCINNATI RY. board, a quiet oversight is kept, and J. Frank Walton, who used to bo as STANrOUD, KY. VIA GEORGETOWN. neglect or abuse of the child Is abso- sistant principal of the preparatory de .MIS. U. I). SIMPSON, I'ror. M m. A. r. A. M, M. All kinds of repilrlng doen at roisouahle rates lutely impossible. partment of Centre Colloge, recently 2(00 : Arl2 55 Somerset, Lre. Upholstering asoclsliy. buisucilon'gusraceed, 85 ' 11 31 820 jcu my. 315 In face of the orphanages, denomina-a- l passed tho civil service examination 9 35 C30 4 50 Arr Georgetown. Lt 05 Newly (urulsliuil; cleuii betlH; Kplctu)(l and fraternal, there are thousands Of for a position in the Cincinnati ' Frankfort, 6 30 300 1155 20 table. JCvetytliing I'ortcrs He stood second In u class of 5 30 destitute children, who if not cared 8 40 Arr I'arls 6110 M) meet trains. 10 and has been given n place. Dally except Sunday, for, homed nud trained, will grow up about JULIUS H0DB3.M . D. C. D.HERCAW.O.P.A. In pauperism und crime, and the State Advocate. A WORD TO At Penny's Drug. toro they did not exthrough Its criminal courts must reckon A strange faUiltty seems to have fol Royal makes the food pure, OWNERS. with them. Theso children cared for, lowed John Klrby, Sr., and John Kir-b- pect m soon to get favorable reports from wholesome and delicious. applicants who SSS.H SSPI will become rcputublo citizens in the Jr., undo and nophew. At Berea, wunplui of Dr. procured from them free HoblisSparapiiH Kldnev PUN. Aro aoii Insureil 7 If not, why not? great majority of cases. Tho State in John Kirby, Jr., who was lately mnr-ricof dwelling nud barns gml as jours Tho tests mnde to fur by tho users of tho was stabbed, it is charged, four free aamploo. idiovr classes its treatment of its unfortunate that the.se retnnrkiiblo has attempted the euro rather than the or five times by Paul Kogar. John pills produce favorable, results with degree prevention of crime. It has failed most Kirby, Sr.. aged 5o, while working on of iulckiiess heretofore unknown In tho disastrously. Tho Ky. C. II. S. pro- a scaffold, became dizzy and fell, break- treatment of ICIduey, Bladder und blood diEvery j oar. Involving the loxs of mllllouti of poses its prevention and is contributing ing several ribs and injuring himself seases, und allloil ailments. miliars. vnjr niioul you expect to ecnpo Thoe who Imve them have enits limit of ubility to the prevention. internally and fatally. from ear to 3 ear ? couraged to persovero with thu treatment, Contrasts between former and present knowing that they could not evHvt the live Your Property May Burn condition of its wards are in testimony dus treatment eoutiilned In thuMimple Imiv, Hubble, lHUwlthtiiudtiig the remarkable rvMilts obto its success. Within a ear. within a month, within 31 Turkeys nro bringing 7c per pound tained so fur, would elTeota complete cun. Vlij nhould v(m eHi-hours. the accuA few days since a homeless child was Kidney dl.euo Is of ltniurcuptlbUi nud Inmulation if" jean, of huutfet toll to loss by hero now on foot. sidious growth; It. takes months to Ieulop taken and placed in u home of wealth ahliipletlrr.whl.Ii enn dentroy It In nn even the srmptoiis. I!eaou nnd Dr. Drown presented Mr. Andy suggest that It takes more than a oxH'rlence hour J Solli'Itluc tdmre of our tiatrunniru and refinement, another was almost few das ltWKS.tfUllj, need of everything, Is now Spoonutnorc with a flno girl a few days to cure, rortuuatelv. Dr. lloblw Sparagiis starved, in Kldnev Tills lxgln the gixwl work of euro Absolutely Pure In an excellent home, with every want ago. JESSE D. "WEAKEN, with the first iIom;. The results aro evident R. L. Hubble sold ."W export eattlo to fnim the Ih'kIiiuIiii; Tho dellirhtful etfeeU supplied, still two others taken by a Ouneral Agent, Stanford, Ivy to humane society from worthless parents, Monte Fox for 4Je. Etibanks Bro. of these Pills Induce the mtlentare continue oa their use until cured. Jaiia II. ('jftrLKsux. bought (iu small cattle In Way no coun- take, ny to buy. easy toThev and bounti-to ,( Iuxium. are homed in midst of comfort nnd purget, ROVAl DAKIhO POWOtR CO., N(W YODK. ful lu good result. ty last week for 'Mc. ity; another from n county Kentucky to a good home, in which an opportuni Elder Gowen's meeting here at the Hit. Hoiiiis Si'AiiAufS Kitcr 11 LLd, Hustonvillo, - . ty in life is lurgely supplied. Others Christian church is still going on, with HOG-SrOlt SALE AT Uflcrs his services to the voda of West Lincoln have been and nre being lifted from 10 additions up to date, seven of them and Caey count Irs. full sl'K-- o( CorUnsaud Cask Uegisterptt INSURANCE COMPANY ets alwayson liaiitl. 95 D. h. Caricnter. Manager. Splendid abjoctness to everything that is desir- by confession and three by letter. individuals Both able. This quietly, unobtrusively, Nothing has yet been heard of tho STAM'OltD, KY. OK LIVERPOOL. ' ."Th- iasi i'niis anu economically. Tho method Is Biblical, man Mrs. James Willmot shot last Sunj'?".m. .. Co TmtM&tmidB&E&lhh Spring's far- humane, statesmanlike, nnd consider- day night. It is to be hojied that some Tho Campbell county grand jury, row. Prices reiihonable. No charge for ing the effectiveness of the work, is a body will turn up with a soro hand or Nowport, mado up a purse for a boy crating. BSBBEE UK STAXKOKD, K.Y. marvel of economy. Experience has head, as whoever it was, was fooling who had been driven to a crime by hunJ. M. & E. J. McEOBEBTS, Stanford. Mx.t(i:its demonstrated that tho average annual with the lock when she shot through ger, instead of returning an indict- Paid up Capital, 5200,000 00 cost for caring for a child is $100, the door at him, leaving blood on the ment. 17,603 80 Surplas, A. S. Oommcrco ;Bullding, Louisville. whether in orphanage or a porch us ho went away. The United States circuit court of apIly proTlstons of Its charter, dellors are a Surgeon AgrnU Throughout the auth. or approximately 3100 per child. peals holda that the boycott is not a le- fully protected as are debitors In atlonal lUuki, Dentist, Us shareholders Ixlm; held IndiTldually liable to Queen & Crescent Route. Ilandsomo gal weapon. The method of this society Involves thseitent oflhe amountof their sUsk thcrviu at value an entire average cost of $50 for plac- lithograph, colored blrds-cyview of Wilton now has 71 2:.'!0 performers, the parlu suibthereof, Inadilltion to the amount J. Ky, way act as executor. shares. IS of which were placed to his credit uilulstiator, truiU'e, Ac Il as fully as an Individual IkjI , ing a child in a homo and all subse- Chattanooga, Missionary Ridge, , Office orer Mcltoberts' Drug Store In thcl Owsley Tendering our thanks to th(MO who haro entrustthis year. Ridge and portions of tho Chipk quent supervision until it is of age. Hulldlng. - ed their busliums to us, we trust they will continue Stanhoko, Kentucky. Twenty-thre- e denow Tho work is supported by benevolence. amauga field as scon from the summit scendants of George 2:10 pacers are of to do so, and we oir.r'JOas a (uarautee for prompt at '7l Wilkes and 22 years' exprrieocn In bankteutlon to same our A system of memberships constitute of Lookout Mountain. Highest style Alexander's Abdullah. ing and a liberal accummodatious asarv coniisteal JDH.. V7. Mascott, 2:04. is being driven on tho with sound banking. its sourco of revenue. In no other di- of lithographer's art. On Hue paper; OIIBCTORS. rection will money accomplish so much plate 10 x 24. Mailed for 10 cunts in streets of Buffalo by Oliver Cabauna. J. J. Williams, Mt. Veruon; W. M. Cumulus, PreachrrsTllle; good. By paying a benefactor's mem- stamps. W. C. Rinearoon, gen'l pass'r J. II. Owsley, J. S Owsley, Sr., DEALEH IN bership fee of 3100 in a slnglo payment, agt., Q. & C. Route, Cincinnati, O. S. II. Miauls, William (looch, J. K. Cash, 8.J. Kuibry, or 820 annually for live years, any ono K. Lynn, A. W. Carp.nler; J. Postponed dates, Lexington running may have two children received In his J. X. Mcnefee. Pleas" OITIC. l." to .'10. naif rates from Tor Sale Furniture and lease of tho best name. The name and address of the races, Nov. S. II. Shanks. President; s Ky. ? Hotel at Jelllco, Tenu. Twenty-llv- o J. II. Uwsley, Cashier: children will be given such donor if ho all Kentucky points und from Cinclna-t- i paying thoroughly cpilpied. Location, dirooms, Otlice on Lancaster street at Residence. V. M. llrlght Teller via tho Queen & Crescent Route. rectly opiwslto butliern and L. .V N. It. It. desire iu depot, sickness cause for Milling. Address By paying u patron membership fee Ask agents for particulars. for easy terms, of $o0 in a single payment, or 810 anI'KOPKIETOIl IIOTHL DHSMOND! NATIONAL BANK C. M. Spencer sent a bullet through nually for five years, you nre credited Jelllco, Term. In a church nt LaPorte, Ind., OK STAXKOUD, KY. High-Grad- c as aboVe with suvlng one child. By his brain Fertilizers and Coal. FAUL, 1897. while the congregation was singing the paying a life membership fee of 825 in Surplas, $15,760 Goods Warranted ns Kejir jw'nted. Olllco on Capital Stock $100,000. opening hymn. anMalr Street, opjioslto Pull stocks of Fruit and Ornamental Trees a single payment, or by paying 80 Store, Attention of tho public Is called lo the fact that Vines. Smull Fruits, Asparagus nnd nually for five years, you become one of Grapi) this Is the only National Dank in Stanford. UnStanford, ICentucky. AT A- Free Fills. der the protlilous ul the National Hank Act ovory thing for Orchard. Lawn and Garden, two who save a child. These three depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, Send your aildrew to II D. IliirUon Co , ChiWo have no agents but sell direct to thu J. h, TOTTEN. Salcsuam. but by the stoikholders' liability lor an amount memberships are accompanied by a cago, and get a free simple liox of Dr. King's New planter, paving enormous commissions. the stock so that deu!tors of this InstituA trial will convincu ou of their mel.lle I'llls. eiualtu on application to a fund of i JCO.Uuu. Five sworn beautifully engraved certificate. rit. 1 hex) pills are eisy In action and are partial In order to effect Immediate sale. I will tion are secured br condition ot the Hank are made II. F. HILIiCNMEVEIt. of tho larly ellevtDelu the euro of Coiiitipatlou aud Pick By paying an unnual membership feo Headache, KorMiUrlt and I.lver trouhh they offer at private sale until the IMlli lust., ata statements lo tho Uulled States Government and Its (i'i Le.xInrton. Ky. each year (rent liargnlti and Hncrlllce, the Moreland assets are examined at stated times by iroremiiieut 01 81 you become one of oU who save u have been proved Invaluable They are guaranteed acres, on thu east side agents, thus securing additional and iwrlcct salet to lx perfectly free from every deleterious substance homestead, about child. The society is but 14 years old, and to l purely vegetable. They do not wuil.cn of thu O. S. (. K., 10 depositors. tA4AA44AAAAAAAA4AAAAAAAAA near Moreland htatlon. lo Ibis institution originally established as the Do by their action, but by giving tone to stomach ami During tho recent drouth this I'urni atroril-e- d reorganized as Rink ol Stanford In 4f yet has placed upward of 10,000 chil lMjwels greatly InvigorateW.tho .Meltoberts'Regular an abundance of good water, theio lielng positNational Hank ofStanlonl then IVCS andairaln system In Drugthe II. I dren. Last yenr 2,3Q0 were homed nnd size 23c ler box. Sold by live never falling springs. About so acres reorganized as tho First National Dank of Stanford gist. r In gtacs, half of which has not been broken 1SS'.', has had practically an uninterrupted an average daily placement of more for 33 years. It Is better supplied now will for over 10 years. thun six children is the testimony to. facilities for Iniusaitlni; buslnes promptly and libTo persons meaning business, I will price THE POPULAR :: and honorable M?tTtrTr tho need for, and effectiveness of the this I arm, between now and the 2Uh fust., erally than vcr Udoreln Its lon fiduciaries, Unus THE 8LUCaRASSlKinQ :j at a tlguru that nhould bell It. I'or sale be- career. Accounts of Individuals, rlttlMlttif , r Children's Homo Society. Funds aro acd Individuals solicited. f. cause my liitercntrt cull me elsewhere. Title DIKECTORS. Thoroughbred Duroc Jersey SEO BODS, needed and wo bespeak an investigat!fclear. i r V K. Iteld, Lincoln Co.; J. W. Hayden, Stanford Tkiuis 52,000 cash! balunco to suit tion of our methods by those who have " S. 11. Ilaughmau, " ilttlf 4f 4r S. T. Harris, Ell. II. EDWA1MH. My breeders were selected from the best herds of T P. Hill, J. S. Docker, means to uid in benevolent work. The Moreland, Ky., Nov. s, 1S97. : of this famous breed of swine In several KUts A ' K. L. Tanner, McKinney. W. A. Trlhble, Urch'd; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. splendid lot of pigs of dillerent aifta for sale, Urcd oflicerd of tho State Board are: Presi J. II. Colller.Crah wt.tKi.;,"'1mwwifittw'Hiw sowiasiocialty. Satlslsctlonijuaranteed M, D. Elmore, Stanford. Corresdent, Judge R. H. Thompson; vice pondence solicited. Address orriciRS. president, Gov. W. O. Bradley; secro a R. H. BRONATJGH, I. S. Docker, President; J. J. Moltoberts Cashier A. A. McKlnuey, AsslstantCasbler. Crnh Orclisrd. Kr. 4VJ SHf try, Mrs. F. C. Duncan; treasurer, Dr. i n u TINNING & PLUMBING, S. P. Walker; State Supt., Rev. Wm. 3 Shocsmith. Tho latter will gladly give era' KY., any information desired on application I? Is t prepared to do all kinds of Plumbing 030 Gth UOUTE. in person or letter. and Tinning. Sole proprietors of Deuu's sfrtfc street, Louisville, Ky.Address, The Heat I.I no toand From Illack Diamond Koof I'uftit Telcphuno No. m m I l 3 L'0, residence. 3 Shop on Mill St.. oppslto J. O. 4 1 TOLEDO AND Obi m II. Ilaughmau & Co.'s Mill. Th Swprlss cf All. O AH Points In Michigan. CHILDREN'S HOME. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL The Kentucky Children's Homo So cicty. liov. vm. bliocsmltli, btato su perintendent, oflice, 0H0 0th street, u.'blloli ATTMaa Att3ra'.oi3a.d. JTrlAavo Louisville, Ky., whllo perhaps the youngest of organized benevolences in 12 3? JCU Y1C.A.1 IN" ADVANCE the State, is certainly not the least in effort and result. Its mission is to seek 44- - When not so paid 052. CO will c charged. out homeless and dcstltuto children and to And homes for them with tho least possible delay. Tho work Ib undenominational. It stands in relation to tho children. If a child is homeless TIME nnd is sound in body and mind und of good disposition it is entitled to and KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. will receive tho caro of tho society. In Trains Icsto Stanford at 7 10 a. in. and 4 p. in organization, tho society is National, 4. 23 p. in. nnd J:05 p. m. returning at State and local. In 18S4 it was organ- VICINITY NEWS. W. D. Cozatt has been appointed postmaster nt Rollings, Casey county. Gov. Bradley refused' to pardon Til- ford Mlzc, of Rockcastle, for detaining a woman. Miss Sophia Flshback died Saturday of HOBBS HEflRSGOODNEWS From the Growds of People who Obtained free Sample of A Word To You. Oct you rSlinvcM and Hull-cutnt Harbor Shop. Ho tho n!lclt-Nhost liarlxir In Crali Orchard, Ky. s lllnko-mnru'- M FIRE INSURANCE t mid 00 SHELBY & SHELBY, Proprietors. FHBNIX Insurance Company, OF rhuemattsm, after a protracted ill- LIVERY,FEED&3ALE;STABLE ness. Junction Klrat-Cln- 1M1 Hi, at Caledonian Insurance T. L. SHELTON, of Scotland. Toll-gat- PENNY'S STORE R.B.MAHONY.Agt., 1 NOTICE 11 well-know- SON, COHL, DEALERS NOEL 1110 Stanford; Kontuolcy. . ROBERT FISH, More-room llrst-ela- . Noto-N- H. D. PHILLIPS. Gun and Look Smith. Mason Hotel lirHt-cIttH- -- I.nucnstcr. Kentucky. post-offic- e. I y, We Are Still In - PROPERTY SJ I d, mi Ak8.0 POWDER 11 Business Thou-min- ud At the Same old Are Destroyed by Fire or Lightning Stand. J. 11 Tanner Bros., McKinney T. STXTTOIir, Undertaker, .... poor-hous- e, ZMT-A-X-i- E Du-roc- s. Penny's Drug Store, Farmers Ban k&Trnst S CBSTLEUm PRICE, poor-hous- e, Stauforcf, IHfffi! e "W. A. TB,IBBIU, Agi-nt- Wal-den- 's B. PENTTS", J. B. HIGGINS, Farm Wagons, ure Vehicles, HOTEL. iirtS. Stanford, Blue Grass Nurseries. Agricultural FIRST ImiDlements, m 140 - ACRE -- FARM .V Cut-ulog- GREAT BABGAIN. trtrj??b'i: twMisiiv'yv -- 111 exist-ene- - XtjttjtHtit4rtitTit; A. mmEmCm r4titw4? V Vtilf4fSf4f TT- , "W 00 J pur-chiifc- I CVi:t 11 :N , t"J?'rl V AJ cr Or li' r r 1 5- ft CD CO J. "T.Jones, STANFORD, a no-i- "BIG 4: Winter 1 v I tf ? TTXTP'Tf 11 Xla 1. A V I n; frit!! m aw ' k W TW ITs i '' tfftlsi 'T' ,ir fKAMC - J. MKKU. ar- Mr;: "m M-- oisvuic 54- - i : Mr. Janice Jones, of the Prnz Ann of Jones A , Sou, HI , In spelling ot Dr. Klug'a New Discovery. that last winter his wife was attacked with ta (Jilppo, and her caro grew so 1 that physician at Cowdeii and 1'jna could do uothitu for her. It seemed to develop Into Hasty Cmtuuiptlon. Having Or. King's New Discovery iu store and wiling lot of it, he took a bottle home and to the virprlw of all ht Ixvan to get better from first dose, and half dozen dollar bottles cured her Kiund a d well. Or Klng'n New Discovery for lougns anu uonn is guaranteed 10 Uo 11W mm.! work Tiyit IriM trial bottles at W. U Icltobvru' Drug htore Con-den- n 21-- tf DETROIT as O crl-011- c 3 n n 5' 3 30 a n Cn c 305 Acres llluu-Orus- FOR SALE. Estray Notice. CHICAGO. Whli City .Special." Hest Terminal htatlon. Fine Land .! 3 n s. Mostly lu well feuceU, well watered and has all thu necessary Improvements. We will sell privately and "mi easy GENTltV UHOS. terms. Stun ford, Ky. ST. LOUIS. Avoiding tho Tunnel BOSTON. Wagner Sltepln(Cars. NEW YORK. un, '' '' '' '' '' '' . fT.TT" ,,A .i.ftl.i.. WTS7TF''37'37TI7 P"' W VW VW Tirirtl'tTtr'Tti'i Mw. ' !' '4-- t ' !. 'V V ! ' rv-v""- r , Hurklin't Aniicn Salvr. -1 .Mir Til In ib world for cut.. Iirul. tores, ul.kii aU rlic..!, fvv,,r lores, letter, clup. iiel hnwli rhlllilalii. firn. all j,icln eriiptluus. ly cures piles or no nay required. It s " ' cr money .'it riroi f --: ' i'.rvtifi icir'in. Tor salo by V. U. 11111 I n re-ri- c lTU(TglSU Duitel Parlor Cars, Wagner Sleeping Cars, Prlva an I Utn i;iegaiil uoc.uu ujiuiuriiuni ing Cars. A Ucd Cow, weight alxjut 800 lbs., alwut 7 Wrilc for Information to old and Mllhout horns, cumu to m yeuis V. ( rtlnenrson, Ocncral IVeeuger Agent, Be sure your tickets rend via "IIIO FOUr. " house Pet. 1st. Owner can get same Improving property, pa,) lug for her keep unit E.O. vIcCOItUlUK, WAKHi:X.I. l.VNCH Cincinnati,!). this notice. ss. Ocn. Pass, .k Tkt. Am lUtteugcr TrAlBo Ijr siihIIO tenia fur flue Art colored U.hogrjpU o S1IEHMAN IIUUCE, Mllledijuvillo, Ky. JyOokout Moiiuulu and I blckauiauga , JCIXCINNATI OHIO. , via the QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE from all points North, The train service of the Queen & Crrscent from the North via Cincinnati is the finest in the South. Vestibulcd trains make fast schedules, with through sleeper:, to principal Southern Cities. low round trip rates are now in effect to Florida and other winter resorts for the season of 'o7--,- o8 Tourist t ? . .1Justrtrti m