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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897112301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. f t -- - SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVI. Y LANCASTER. 's Col. W. G. Wolch was hero day on professional business, Mr. Hugh M. Grunt la the lather of a line boy, born Frldny. As this (Monday) is county and cult court, a large crowd is gathering into town. Mr. John M. Furra, who Is now ted at Xicholnsvlllc, was hero with uttvos and friends Sunday. JIou. George T. Fan-i- Inn tnken tho road for u Louisville shoe house until tho Legislature convenes. Tho Thanksgiving sermon will be preached at tho Presbyterian church Thursday at li o'clock by Rev. V. L. Clark, of tho Methodist church. Tho Chrysanthemum show given by tho ladles of tho Presbyterlun church was well attended and being very attractive, yielded a handsome sum. Mr. Letcher Owsly has returned from Louisville, by the way of Fllxabeth-town- , which city hus a muguello lor- soiiagu who draws him from a direct line. The ladles of the Christian church realized about $15 from the supper given at the Mason House Thursday night. Thure-Hannaor INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 23. 1897. MT. VERNON, Harry Glazebrook, of Lonisvlllc, Is out enjoying the hunting season with W.J. Sparks. A largo Hook of wild turkeys was seen near town recently by E. W. Hansel neur his home. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Miller was buried here last Friday afternoon. It lui'l whooping cough. Conductor Gregory earoii out all right about cutting tho crossing, bui was ruther Incensed at tho harsh Ian- guugo used by olllcers here. Milton Newcomb, uu aged and re speclcd citizen of this place, was stricken with paralysis last &aiur(iuy morning. Ills recovery is doubtful. A. R. Scott received large orders for ballust while out In the mountains. Ills quurry is near the track und they furnish u line qualityof ballast. Rockcastle has wealth In her quarries of fine stone. The recital last Friday evening was attended by n largo and appreciative audience. Mrs. Klrby's readings were loudly encored. The able manner In wiiicn toe members oi her class acquitted themselves evinced her ability as a teacher. Her class has already Increased in numbers. Rev. J. S. Forrer preached two line sermons here. Sunday. The peoplo regret to learn that they have to give Hro. Forrer up us their pastor, his health requiring u change of cllmutc. He will go to California the tlrst of next year. Ho Is an eloquent and earnest worker In the vlnoyard. Dr. John Lawrence died at his home hero last Sunday night. He had been a constant siilTerer for some time, but grew rapidly worse until death ended his Bufferings. His brothers and mother were faithful attendants at his bed22 NO. 7G Walter Forrester's Letter. Nov. 1. Murk uffeotlon for Gov. llradley Is touching ami only equalled by the gov- crnor's regard for the Ohio boss. When ifanua last spring wired the Kentucky a rather Imperative message about calling uu extra session of the Legislature, ho got an answer that took his breath away und set the country to laughing at him; for Gov. IJradlev sent him word to mind his own business. And Hanna gels Hmd-ley'mad now whenever ho hears Gov. mentioned. nuiiio Not long ago Mr. W. R. Haldctnan, of Louisville, met Hnnna In tho Fust and they chatted n few minutes. As Mr. Haldoman was leaving he Inquired: "Senator, Is there any message you would like to send to your friend, Gov FllANKKOUT, Kv., s POLITICS Tho Richmond, Vu., State, founded years ago by James Hampden who died a dozen years since, has suspended. Albert Hertram, the democrat thought to bo elected to the Legislature In Wayne and Clinton, has been counted out und will contest. John C. Duffy, democrat, defeated for the Legislature in Christian county by Dr. Andrew Sourgent, rcpubll- can, has filed notice of contest, with a Cham-berlayn- o, It's All Over Now That we have the Finest -- Line loca-fair- ly OF- rel-who- le s dozen good grounds. llradley V" Tho little Scotchman began to swell up with wrath; he got purple In tho IJradlcy !" faco as ho roared: "God d Haldoman tays that tho unction Mr. with which Hanna sworo this prayer for the ruler of Kentucky left no doubt as to tho slucerlty, for once at lnt, of tho very Insincere Ohio politician. And Gov. Bradley enjoyed tho story Tho enterprise was liberally patronmore than anything that has come his ized nnd everybody fared sumptuously. Mr. T. J. Hatcher has a medal two way In u long time. now that inches lu diameter, one side Jtuviug a There is only one man just Hanna hates more cordially than Gov. picture of Gen. T. J. (Stonewall .lack-so- n and the other a list of tho 21 batllradley, and that is Senator Joseph Renson Forakur. And Foraker hates tles in which the general wm engaged, Tho Somerset Paragon accuses Commonwealth's Attorney Stout, of that district, of Indulging in habits that unlit him for the proper performance of the duties of his olllce. The Burksville Herald announces In Its last issue that It is out of politics. As Its editor was elected on the sumo ticket with a Negro, most peoplo think it got out of politics none too soon. Glasgow News. Men's, Boys & dren's Clothing Prices than ever known Better goods and lower prices we give you and save your toll to Danville. At Lower TIIK DEL1QUT8 OK TENNIS. THE : Frohman J. L. pounds for Si. G-LOB- E, & Co., Danville. McKinley and Hanna. I was with Fo- and in all of which he was victorious. raker lit the St. Nicholas Hotel in St. The owner values it beyond anj juice, Louis tho night before MoKlnloy's having served under him during the nomination, while Foraker was chair- war. Mr. Rudolph Tschanc, of Switzerman of tho committee on resolutions. Senator and Mrs. Foraker had arrang- land, got a license Friday to wufi Miss ed a little dinner for that night and Julia Anderson, of the east end of this they hud Invited Gov. Hastings, of county. On Saturday Chief of Police Pennsylvania. Fred Grant and a half H. M. Wulkcr received a telegram dozen others. Mrs. Foraker and the from Louisville, telling him to arrest guests had waited for homo time in him on the charge of obtaining money hoping that the Senator could join under false pretense. As he wu in them, und ho had just oomo out of tho tho country, Mr. Walker did not make thu arrest. committee In a sweat literally and Tho happening of ordinary events is to tell them that tho com- mlttco might be in session all night usually reckoned by tho time at which and they would have to dine without 'some Important event occurred in the o him. A crowd of us nowspapor fellows community. For instance, we bay touting about the hotel at tain events occurred before or after Iho were once nailed Foraker to know when he war, others about the time of tho Hill could glvo us an advance copy of his aiui Eviins feud, others when tho first speech putting McKinley in nomina- rope fair was held in Judge Kobitiron's Kentucky In tion. Ho declared that he hadn't woods. It, but wo prossed on they reckon from the year the elethought about him that all tho newspapers of tho phant passed through. Future happencountry were clamoring for the siecch ings In this county will bo reckoned hllVO it ill IVIK!. "You from tho year that Letcher Owsley u tt,..v iHiulil fellows must think I'm going to make i,t,ttt, ciell Johnston, Dave Ho s beat ah-lo- fn speech," snortcu tne sena- Rico Hengeaud other democrat were Wo all assured him that it was elected, breaking the backbone of the tor. expected to be tho speech Of the con- republican party. The turnpike owners met with tho vention, as It was the naming of tho next president. For a moment Forak- llscal court Friday and priced about TO er looked us over with a wicked light miles of the roads at prices ranging in his oyc, and then dryly remarked as from ?.'IOO to $1,1100 per mile, aggrega he turned away: "What do you su- ting about i02,000 and averuging near o ly $000 per mile. Somo few milen not pine I would do If I was going to A ritiBND ?" in good condition will be glrcn to tho When Hanna was trying to get Gov. county and some was priced low Uushtiell to appoint him Senator to enough, while it Is claimed tfent some succeed Sherman, It was understood of the roads aro priced too high, altho' that Foraker was opposing tho ap- they have been u good Investment at pointment. I talked with Hanna about tho prices asked. There are about 1)5 It and ho declared with great empha- miles In nil. A conunlttco was appointsis that Foyaker was a "d d fool." ed, two men by tho court and one by Then I talked with Foraker and ho the owners of the roads, to H.r a value quietly remarked that If anybody want- on tho pikes that will be satisfactory to ed u light ho was always ready. "In till parties. It is hoped that the comfact," continued tho Senator, "I would mittee will soon report and that tho always rather tight than compromise, vexatious question will be dually and for my experience has been that the amicably settled. fruits of victory won on tho field of n The illustrated lecture at tho battle aro nlwajs sweeter than the church, Ilu&tonville Friday products of barter." Hut Hanna preferred barter to bat- night, "A Day in New York." by Kd tle and ho did business with Forakei 's II. Kdwards, proxctl to bo quUe a treat. Sunlieutenant in Cincinnati, "Ross" Cox, It was given for the bencllt of the did not. ap- day School, and a snug sum was realiz"Coxey, old boy." Foraker prove of tho deal, but his friends want- ed. Tho lecture cannot be clasfcd produe ed Federal pie and they traded with with the average illustrated tions, for tho scenes aro realistic in the Raima. Last election Cox and his crowd bit the dust. Hereafter they extreme, and the pleasing and forceful manner in which Mr. Kdwardsdescrlb-c- d will take Foraker's advice and light. tho various views of tho metropolis, why Forakor hatoB Few peoplo know McKinley so. Ills own explanation is tho bay and tho naval vessels were a that when McKinley was first a candi- pleasant surprico to the nudicuoc. date for governor ho sent for him and A young woman of much local repuasked his aid. Foraker agreed but McKinley should not tation us an artist, Miss Clara stipulated that of Cincinnati, has just died, her interfere In tho Senatorial struggle Foraker and Sherman. Fora- physicians declare, from tho bhock ocbetween kor saya that ho went to Columbus with casioned by her sweetheart, with whom a majority of tho republican mcmbeis she was boatriding, suddenly disrobing of tho Legislature pledged to him. and plunging Into the water for a bath. Within 21 hours, ho says, he found his Tho reprehensible action preyed on strength molting away as tho result of tho girl's mind and transformed her g Gov. McKlnley's work against him. admiration and love for him Intojpath-inand she slowly succumbo4 to a McKinley Then he says he wont to und served notice on him that ho would brain disease. got oven with him. Up to this writRulllanlsm can prevail here only at ing Forakor has had to swallow a great the peril of all the legal authority, and deal, but such swallow or many suoh, the rulllaus arc evidently in full condo not infuso a spring time of halcyon trol In Jessamine county. They should harmony In tho breast of Joseph Hen-so- n bo subjugated at any cost nnd punished Foraker. And President McKin- to the furthest extent provided bylaw. ley and Marcus Aurqllus Ilunna know-tha-t Louisvillo Commercial. tho Senior Senator still "owes A. A. Edwards' buildlngatPInovillo, them one." That is why Hanna and was kept, was tho president are so niixidus to keep In which the tho Ohio Machine In good working or- burned, together with Henry Harris' WALTKH FOItUKSTKK. restaurant and Leonard Slusher's under. completed building. Loss $0,000. Tho supremo court of Indiana baa de floury Clay Johnson was hanged at cided that money won by gambling can St. Louis for murderiug a newsboy. by the loser's wife. bo secured 11 J cer-wh; Speaking of their resolutions de nouncing Senator Lindsay and asking him to resign, the Harrodsburg Saying says: Our Barren county friends havo succeeded admirably in making themselves ridiculous. Cecil Pence, of CovCity Judge-elec- t ington, may have a contest on his hands because his resignation a9 Legislator did not reach the governor until after his election as judge, the two ollices being Incompatible. ' Mr. Bryan tells this story: Last week I was on a train out West, when a man remarked that he could tell tho politics of every passenger by his looks, "For Instance that man," pointing to one, 'is u domocrut." "Correct," replied tho man. "And that one is a republican." "Yes, that's my politics," wus the answer. "That man over there side. He had made many friends dur- U a populist." "Right" was the re ing his sojourn here. sponse. "The one near the door is a Dr. J. F. Peyton was n town Satur gold standard man," continued, tho day. Prof. Reppert tiud wife weie fellow who knew It all. "You arc mis- up from Orlando last week. Miss Rach- - taken," responded the sad eyed man, el Scott, of Danville, is the guest of "I'm sick. That's what makes me look her brother, A. R. Scott. Jas. Ilouk, 'so badly." And the laugh wentaround. The iNTKltioit Jocun'al suggests tho dr., Is quite 111. Master Eugono won the medal at college Wed- name of lion. Robert J. Breckinridge, Mul-11ns DID YOU EVER ? Granulated Sugar Mill 20 See tills Dollur lot of goods. FUe pounds GranuUtcd F rive jKiundi NIco O Sugar. One pound Good Green Ctoffcp One Giillon of bancv Drip Molacs Two Iloxcs French Hall lllacklng Three Han of Toilet Soap. In box One Gallon of Good Coal Oil Twuiity-- 1 our Sheets of Good Writing paper, T.?,J,??ecGoo,CaT'tT,,l.cks.---;"Spoons ono Market Husket T"A11 .5c .oc 17c -- .. ". C . Lead Pencil. 1 bottle good black Ink... - ,. rc V.V.V.V.V.'.' 5c ijc 13c 3c for Good ovory day oxcept Saturday until further notice tlrlllf mn l.ftftn The clock offered to my mot llboral customer last Saturday was won by I will continue to of llustonvllle. 81.00 rVfra nt .Mr. flu-rn.- A. t. ir fvnwl-dl- n, Give Away These Beautiful Clocks To my patrons every Saturday until further notice. lirlze. Tho niot liberal customer ge .tho JACOB HUMMELSTEIN, Mclvinney, Ivy. : I COAL FAMINE ffi . . , "?N??fi7S3w;I.is?i.'r:rc-.s.rI.,ft'c- ? ?!. 'Mi ittl I South-easter- n nesday evening. Miss loin Hansel la liilto ill. Miss Bessie McCluro ha" re turned from Purksvlllo.. Dr. Davis has been Improving his residence. Miss Fannie Mulling won the silver medal In tho V. C. T. U. contest. of Danville, for tho position of attor- ney general in the race to be run year 9i Looking us in the face at present. We have ordered 50 cara from about 40 mines and are 2eKing only a few cars. Prices are advancing daily. Stock your coal while you can get it. Both Lancaster and Hus-tonvare hauling from our yards and it looks now like the supply will be exceedingly short. ille after next. Tho Signal und our people . 0 . MATRIMONIAL. A young couple were married In Wisconsin by tho mother of tho bride, who is a magistrate. t tii iigj ,u lt ini'ir uiritri iia inn .... sic Yost, 14, eloped to Washington, Ind., and were married. Chancellor Sneed, at Memphis, holds .,,.......;,...,.. 11 . that marriage extinguishes all debts one 01 mo contracting panics owes an- - nom-nat- other William Moody, a jiopular young nal. man of Augusta, Ga., committed suicide shortly after a ouarrol with his tttatflrt iuuiivuo ui UUUI taiTi mnnlht generally, most heartily endorse tho Till nomination. Judge Breckinridge was IJJI for somo time judge of the court of 'JiS common pleas in this district and we M can bear witness of his eminent lltness , and quail llcatlons for not only the at-- 1 M tornoy general's olllce, but for any po-- ! Jj sltion within the triftof the people. A ttV lawyer of tho highest ability, a debat- - j . nr. a writer, fitunin sneuKer and cam puluncr who ha3 novoP been d0wncd by opponent. Rockcastle remembers the jud,p,8 unBolflgh 80Pvlces In more than ono campaign In tho mountains and wUl niHy to hts 8Upport wIth en. thuslasm and vigor.' Mt. Verdon Slg- . I .? ,h'i..!..g:...ACCii v J.H. BAUGHMAN StCO. y FLOORING, METAL ROOFING SIDING, -- l'res-byterla- IIolT-ma- u, post-olllc- o Dr. Carrodlne's meeting at Glasgow II. D. Cambron and Mrs. Teresa Car resulted in 15 sanctlficationd. Tho rico were married at Raywlck. Rev. W. S. Grinstead will preach at groom is (13 years of age and the brido McKlnney at 2:30 next Sunday afterG2. Lebanon Falcon. school girl who mar- noon, 23th. A 2T) years S5KEI ried D. S. Wllllums at Noblesville, j Rev. George II. Illekox, for chaplain of the Michigan State prison, ii', Ind., on a public road two weeks ago, 2 I5 Is dead, aged 7.". ay E3 Is asking for a divorce. j Tho Methodist church which had Miss Bettle Dowling, of Seymour, Sam Jones to lecture at Harrodsburg, rP' Ind., has just celebrated her lOlbt birthday. She has tho unique distinc- lost $o0 on tho venture. Rev. S. M. Rankin, of Jackson, tion of being tho oldest old maid in preached two good sermons nt tho 1 America. Presbyterian church Sunday. Bob Lincoln needn't cut up so fantas1 Kid. E. L. Powell, of Louisville, has tically because his daughter ran off just dosed a revival at tho Christian and married a base ball player. lie forIn Paris, which resulted In 18 Books And Bibles. gets that his old daddy used to be a church 1 additions. rail splitter. W'o aro receiving uory thing now at prlro-- . to suit, You aro conll.ilh In- Tho last meeting of tho year of the John J. Overton, aged 100 yeurs and vltwl to cull and soo Y. P. S. C. E. of Mt. Xcnia, will bo one month, was married to Mrs. Mary & place Sunday afternoon 1 Henderson, aged 77 years, in St. Joe. held at that next. A full attendanco is requested. m This Is bolievcd to be tho record for DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. m Rev. Dew will arrive y and thero marrlago of old peoplo. Both bride will bo services morning and night at pja and groom aro In excellent health. the Baptist church. Thanksgiving There are l),!llll more divorced men Km In which all the doilomlna-tlon- s than dlcvorced women in tho country. services, unite, will be held Thursday will Tills indicated that men are more morning. teachable than women. Tho men profit Rev. J. B. Crouch said in his sermon by experience, but tho women hurry Sunday night that according to authen right oh" to get In the bailie scrape tie statistics only ft per cent of tho again. Now York Press. young men of America aro members of at Wil- - churches and ho plead with Stanford Tho Grant county fiscal court llamsburg has stirred up tho plo caters mothers to look after their boys, The meeting of Eld. George Gowcn by reducing the yearly salaries of coun- ty olllcials, us follows: County judge, resulted lu 22 confessions and closed Priejs from $700 to ftlOO; county uttornoy, Sunday night ut tho Hubble Christian Rubber Coats, Mclntoshcs, Trunks unci Valises. from 8300 to $450 and county school su- church. Somo 25 or 110 Stanford peoLow. Terms Cash. plo went out thero Sunday afternoon at perintendent, from 8!00 to $730. It o'clock to hear him preach, in which Mrs. Mary Shaunon, a beautiful und that ho was laboring robust young woman, is a section boss sermon ho stated build up no particular in that section to on tho road at Hartford City, Ind. Her to bring sin ners to tho cars and 11,. denomination, but husband was killed jni.jst company gave her his position, which Tho Baptist Recorder contains a no she tills with satisfaction to it. tice of tho death of Rev. J. M. Colo For the 13th consecutive year wo are man, which occurred at Springfield, X In receipt of an attractive Columbia Mo. Ho was born In Mercer county, pad calender, which Is a very useful Ivy., In 1S4U and after ho was set apart memorandum block, filled with bright, for tho ministry, moved to Lincoln readable thoughts, and attractlvo piet- - county and served tho churches at Mc- IsJ Recti ving his- Klnuey, Uuttonville and Mlddleburg. ures. At a conforonco held by Mormons Ho married Miss Suleeta Jones, of Mt. In Indianapolis, It was decided to put Salem, nnd she with six children sur- Joods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call: vlvc him. moro missionaries into Kentucky, rt REL1GIOUS. A.C.SINE CEILING, stanforpTkJT FINISH. l , t3Cg,a Farm and Yard Fence. MEW ! I Drugs i I Toilet Vrticles u-- J Ml 1 . W. B. MoBOESETS. to-da- is gppp Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Heavy Boots, Gents Furnishing Goods H. i. J. McROBERTS. H. G. RUPiEY, rr THE MERCHANT TAILOR FALL AND WINTER GOODS. !t.tt t 'w ' " ti. l lWl I"' I- Ul THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 3CE Stanford. Ky., - Nov 23. 1897 W. P. WALTON. IT is the easiest thlnp in tho world for electricity to kill a man when it is no intended and tho hardest apparently when it is. Nearly every day wo real of people being killed by coming irt ontact with llvo wires, but when thoy are placed in contact with them it I a fllllcrcnt thing. In tho Ohio penitentiary Friday, Albert Frantz was seated in tho electrocution chair and doctors and experts proceeded to kill hlol. After strapping him securely and applying tho electrode to his dampened head, 1, TOO volts were turned on, enough to kill half a dozen men. But it didn't kill him, nor did ho die till tho samo number of volts had been turned on flvo separate times. Falluro to get the electrode in the right place is given as tho reason for the bungling job. Frantz prolonged deserved the miserably doUh that he died, however. IIo killed B trusting girl, after ruining her, and threw hor body into a river. He died with a lie on his lips too, his last words being: "I am prepared to die. Thove made my peace with God.'' As it such a fiend could make peace with Him, Who said no murderer can inher. It the Kingdom of Heaven. a great deal of difference gored. If wo remember correctly, the Loudon Echo thought it was a mighty good joko when another paper was set up hero and grew hilarious over tho prospect of seeing It run us from tho field. Now u democratic paper is to be started in ltd town and it doesn't think it is so funny. On tho contrary It says what wo said all tho time, that It was an impossibility to run two papers in a one pajnir town. If tho old ono is any account at all, it willsurvivo andsce tho now comer tuck its little toes under the daisies. Another paper hero had no elTect whatevor on our business, which has increased right opposition. along in face of All you havo to do Brer Dyche, is to keep in the middle of tho road, looking neither to the right nor tho left, and you may bo sure if your paper proves to bo tho fittest, it will survive. whoso ox is It makes Fire at Melbourne, Australia, deANOTHER MARKING DOAN AT stroyed property worth $5,000,000. Hunand enjoy a dreds of persons wcro thrown out of Go to tho show good performance. employment. Miss Mattio Foushco, daughter of Farmers, read Hlgglhs & MeKinCity Assessor Fousheo, of Loxlngton, ney's ud. was fatally burned, her dres9 catching Money to loan on farms, Apply to firo nt a grate. box 11)8, Stanford. Three mon wcro killed and several others seriously or fatally wounded by All the grocery stores will be closed Bargains such as this city has never known before positively obtained on Thanksgiving, wo aro asked to say. tho explosion of a sawmill boiler at at the prices we advertise for this week. Now the prices arc going Louisville, Miss. Misses Cicero Reynolds, G. S. The Georgia Senate passed the nouse to do the talking and it is left with you to do the rest. McKlnney, W. B. Hill, and Ex Rey- anti-foball bill 31 to 4. Tho governnolds aro going on a big bird hunt to or Is opposed to it, but his veto, if ho J. T. Jones plumber and tinner. to-nig- ht - Louisville Store 10c BARGAINS. m ot I- - i Leading democrats from all parts of tho State met Hon. V. J. Bryan and Senntor J. K. Jones, chairman of the National committee, at Louisville, Saturday, and had a regular love feast. Both gentlemen mado speeches congratulating Kentucky over her recent victory, which they claim was for bimetallism. The Louisville Dispatch was highly eulogized for its part iutho victory and a committee appointed for each Congressional district to help build up its circulation and secure subscriptions to its capital stock. Gov. McCreary was present and took an active part in tho proceedings. u ' of i is h I. nil The returns have at last been rethoy have all ceived at Frankfort and a compilation majority in Jessamine or receivtho best men cowed. Nearly every of them shows that Shackelford Hind-man ed votes, Bailey 163,758: gate in the county has been destroyed 9,563; Parker 7,274 and Wallace thrco nights engagement at Walton's and no effort was made till Saturday to Opera Houso last night with that nonstay tho hand of the midnight maraud. 1,732. This gives Shackelford 17.70S sensical absurdity, 'The Professor." crs. Tho officers and people may wink j plurality and nearly as many votes as opposition combined. It is es Tho company consists of Misses Annie at this lawlessness now, but they will all the L. Bates, Trlxle Lewis, Edith Mariethvo to regret that they permitted it. timated that each Hlndman vote cost and Little Velma and Messrs. W. They are sowing tho wind now to reap the gold standard men at least $'. That ta U. Fremont, W. C. Miner, David the whirlwind. If ono kind of proper- is to say the expenses of the campaign II. Vcdder, Walter Stanty can be destroyed at will or rendered made them cost that much. They hope, W. Harry F. Saunders, Lou Prof. auy votes straightout. valueless all others can, and it wont be didn't buy Silver and W. II. Woodslde. loog till it is attempted, if n short stop Standard time was inaugurated 10 "Jane or tho Bachelor's Dllemna.' is not put to tho violence of the mis- years or more ago and since then every Wednesday night "Gllhooley's Troub- -' creants who have sot aside all law. town in the country had adopted It les" will keep the audience in a roar for There is no excuse nor justification long since but Winchester, which tried three hours. Admission 10, 20 and 30c. for their acts. It is pure and unadul- to run a little private time of her own. terated lawlessness and meanness, At last, however, she has had to sucCircuit Court began at Lancaster which the shot gun in the hands of de- cumb and last week set her clocks back yesterday with tho following juries: termined men can very soon check. to standard tlmo. Having lagged su- Grand, Henry Patterson, W. II. Miller, Lot the officers of Jessamine do their perfluously In the rear so long, It will Ollle Terrlll, Mike L. Noe, Baylor duty and wipe out the foul blot that Is be much harder now for the fossil to Jennings. A. B. Brown, Jr., R. R. Denbeing put on her name. Turnpike raid- keep up with the procession. ton, James Herring, Henry Walter, C ing and all other lawlessness must bo K. Polndcxter, W. D. Marksbury and made odious, even if those who engage Joe Bryant. Petit, J. D. Current. Geo. The New York World scents the in it have to bo bhot down like dogs. democratic victory of 1900 and oaystho H. Lane, Henry Miller, S. D. Cochran, Tho turnpikes can be freed by lawful democrats do not need to gain another Bright Herring. M. D. Hughes, Jerry means and no other means should bo State. They have only to retain New Bland, Henry Toralinson, Philip Dal-topermitted. Cyrus Doty, Leandcr Davison, York, New Jersey and Kentucky, reAlex Glbbs, Isaac Cornett, G. II. RuThe jurieB at Newport.which return- deemed at the last election, to elect the W. N. Grow, Jony ed verdicts for 20 years each against next president, and that they are going ble, Win. Sugars. Hlggins, A. R. Denny, T. A. Royce, ! tho first two of the dozen assailants of to do. Amen Jesse Doty, W. G. Gooch, W. N. CarMrs. Gleason, have put a promium on No les than a dozen republican pa ter, Robert Austin and Win. Lear. such otFenses and made lynch law al- pcrs have cone up the spout in Ken most indispensable. These men tucky since the election. It is well. New;s Briefly Told tho foulest of crimes and op the They never will be missed. proof of guilt, three jurors hung out A Negro murderer near Bryan, Tex., against the death penalty. The woman was lynched by a mob of colored men. Additional Local. was taken from her husband by tho Four men were killed in an attempt mon and treated so brutally that she OUR store will be closed next Thurs- to settle an old fued at Bayou Lacombe, has slnco been unable to walk. And day. Leave orders Wednesday. Ilig- - La. now two of tho brutes are permitted to gins it MoKfnnoy. Gold fields beside which Klondike is escape the penalty he to richly poor, ire said to have been discovered It is a complete travesty of Coal is advancing rapidly, so take In Siberia. o justice and a breeder of mob violence. advantage of the low prieos offered you Avondale is the name of a now now. J. II. Baughman & Co. Win. Lee in Harlan county and The Pulaski jury, that lent a willing TURICEYS. J. K. Christian & Bro. will be in charge. ear to tho story of James Hollars, who Tho governor has offered a reward of swore his dead father did the murdor shipped about 10,000 pounds of turkeys $200 for Jack Lovltt, who killed Lincoln ho was on trial for, Is responsible for to Boston by express Thursday, Friday Wilson in Whitley. another murder. Hollars went home and Saturday. They are now killing At Welch, W. Va., a tramp killed and killed Robert Erp, making his es- 500 daily. Brakcman Allen Minter, who tried to cape as before. If he Is ever captured, Only two more days till Thanksgiv- put bin: off the train. he ought to try to get the same fool ing and no one ha? scut us a turkey Alfred Ordway, one of the world's jury to try his case. It Is doubtless the yet. Is it possblc that wo are going greatest portrait artists, is dead at only ono that could be found, who to'loseout-anhave to cat Cincinnati Melrose, Mas. aged 78. would have believed his gauzy story'. chicken as usual ? Landy, the world famous photograNearly all of the district papers The weather has been like early pher and Inventor, died suddenly of have commented our article with ref- October for several days, Sunday cap- heart disease at Cincinnati. When a Glasgow jury gave Walter erence to the Congressional race in ping the climax of beauty. Tho signotably the nal service said there would be show- Pedigo three years for arson, ho drank this district and several, Spencer Courier, Mt. Vernon Signal ers last night and probably cold and Kison but failed to kill himself. The L. & N. renewed its entire train and Richmond Register copied it in fair service yesterday, the yellow fever full. The editors seem a little shy yet We will soon have telephonic con- quarantine being a thing of the past. of expressing themselves, but even Gov. Bradley has ordered tho millta nection with Louisville via Huston-villGov. McCreary's opponents admit that Bradfordsville and Lebanon. Tho ry company at Carlisle mustered out If ho is nominated he will be elected. contract has been let for the putting up for insubordination and other reasons. Ono person was killed and 22 Injured The Secretary of tho Interior says of a lino between Powers, Casey counthe pension rolls will be increased to ty, and Bradfordsville, where it will in a wreck on the Kansas City, Fort 8156,030,030 next year, but after that it connect with tho lino to Lebanon. Mr. Scott & Memphis, near WUlford, Ark. will rapidly decrease. We have been J. T. Sutton, of this place, put in a bid Mrs. John Ferguson, who claims to hearing of that decrease 60 long we to build tho lino, but Thomas Murphy, live In Jackson county, this State, was years of Casey, had a lower bid. have crown weary. Thirty-thre- e deserted by her husband at Chillicothc, O. Highatyjr tho war and $150,000,000 Elmer Penrod, of Trimway robbery Isn't a circumstance to it. At the election of officers for the enble, O., was burned to death by one of suing term, the Young Ladles' Mission John B. Thompson says that the re- ary Society of the Presbyterian church his long curls catching from the firepublicans will never run Davison for selected Miss Mattio Hopper, presi- place. Congress again, because the democrats dent; Miss Annio McKlnney, vice presThe Kentucky Equal Rights Associawould have too much fun with him. It ident, and Miss Mary Cowen, secretary tion announces that a vigorous camwill be remembered that Mr. Thomp- and treasurer. Thoy will signalize paign will bo started for tho purposo of son had some fun with him last year, their administration soon by giving an conferring on women the right of sufbut found to his sorrow that Davison entertainment at Walton's Opera frage. had tho last laugh on him. J. C. Barbour, tho Detroit man electHouso, of which wo will tell more ed superintendent of tho prison chair A REPORT has been going the rounds when the details arc arranged. factory at Frankfort, has declined to to the effect that Jack Chlnn would bo 22 Years Ago. In looking over an accept. a candidate for Congress in this dis- Issue of the Interior Journal pubFour persons were killed outright trict. This takes tho entire bakery. lished on this dato in 1875, wo find that and eight were fatally injured by tho "Congressman Chlnn." Just think of hogs were selling at 0 to 7, cattle at 4 explosion of an artillery wagon at Mexit. Lancaster Record. Bad, we admit, to wheat at $1.10 and mules at $S5. ico City. but what could be worse than Congress- In 5, samo paper notice is made of the During a panic which followed tho the man Davison? Think of that purchase by Elder Jos. Ballou of his killing of a Hon tamer by wild beasts Green R. Keller, editor of tho homo on the Danvillo piko from Mrs. In Poland, eight persons were trampled Carlisle Mercury, is a candidate for as- Parmella Hughes for $5,::00; the death to death. Nearly 1,200 men had to be examined sistant clerk of the Houso, without op- of Greenup Jones is announced and the marriage of J. C. Florence to Miss before a jury could be obtained in tho position. This sterling democrat has tilled the position admirably before and Emma Davison, which occurred on the famous Whaley murder case at Sevier-villwe aro glad to know will do so again. 16th. Tenn. Turnpike raiders seem to be in tho 180,-JG- make one will not veto. Mrs. Arthur Fortln, of Pawtuckot, Lancaster Court. A R. I., was crushed to death by a train crowd attended court yesterday but whilo trying to save her llttlo daugh- Seven papers ol pins for business in all lines was dull. Of tho ioc. Three spools thread, guaranteed as ter, who was also killed. 75 to 1U0 cattle on tho market only pair Dr. 3 dozen hooks and eyes for 10c. By a wreck on tho Illinois Central good as O. N. T. ioc. about half sold. A bunch of long year- near Brazil, Ind., which was caused by Warner's patent corset clasps at 2 dozen pearl buttons for ioc. ioc. ling steers brought 3.10 ; somo extra running over a horse, 23 people wcro 2 boxes French swans down face powder for ioc. I pair of 20c wire while butcher good steers sold at3Jc of them fatally. buckle suspenders for ioc. 4 dozen white bone collar buttons 10c. to 2c. Plug horses hurt, three stuff was slow at H Mrs. Polly Cox was held over under brought $10 to $25, aged mules $10 to $1,000 bond at Tompklnsvllle, to an- Best Roman stripe and plaid percales at ioc per yard. Children's $05. charge of being an accesso- ribbed undershirts and pants at ioc each. Boy's crusher hats at ioc. swer to tho ry to tho shooting of her husband. The music for tho Logan-SaullBoy's jockey caps at ioc. Men's scarfs, 50c quality, at ioc. nuptials at the Presbyterian church toAt Chicago, Fred R. Kutcham was night will bo as follows with tho fol- awarded a verdict of $21,(i(iti.33 in his lowing performers: Organist, Mrs. suit against the Northwestern railroad 20-Ce- nt Steele Bailey; violinist, B. II. Danks: for $25,000 damages for blacklisting. cornetist, George DeUord; vocalists: Brutes bound and gagged and burnMiss Mary Cowen, Mrs. L. B. Cook, ed the feet of Ell Balllngcr, of Park- Ladies' ribbed vests and pants, the 35c quality, for 20c Patent Mrs. J. W. Haydcn and Messrs. Carl orsburg, W. Va., because ho would not Moore, Charley Patterson and J. F. tell them where ho kept his money. window shades with fancy border, worth .joe, at 20c. Curtain poles A. Waters: Intermczzlo russe, violin, Charles M. Aluortl, back tax asses- with fixtuscs complete at 20c. Extra quality floor oil cloth at 20c a cornet and organ; bridal chorus from sor of Lexington, is dead. He became Bridal Rose, full chorus; wedding qulto notorious a few years ago by rea- yard. Ladies' Taffeta fleece lined gloves for 20c. Klcincrts dress shields for 20c. All wool dress goods 34 inches wide, all shades, for march, violin, cornet and organ; "O, son of numerous scrapes he got into. violin and organ; bridal Promlso Me:" At Wllliamstown, Mich.. Geo. Hart 20c yard. Baby shoes sold for 50c before go this week at 20c. Boys march from Lohengrin, full chorus. disguised himself as a tramp and tried shirts rt 20c. Boys' wrists that cost us 37j4c nt wholesale goat 20. to scare his friend, John Burges. Ho The Fremont Comedy Co., which succeeded, but tho latter fired five bulcomes highly lecommended, began a lets Into Hart's body, killing him Infair-size- d 1 ey Casey tomorrow. Bargains. m Bal-drlg- e, To-nig- ht n, stantly. While tho train was running at 40 miles per hour Engineer Bishop and Fireman Croight fought on an L. fc N. engine near Birmingham, Ala. The latter was killed and tho former Injured badly. Secretary of War Alger, In his usual reort asks an appropriation of about $9(5,000,000. as against $112,000,000 for this year. Ho asks, among other things two more regiments of nrtlllery and an additional military force for Alaska. William II. Smlther, probably tho oldest tailor In tne U. S., died at Versailles, aged SO. He worked at his trade 70 vcars. Ho mado clothes for John J. Crittenden, Thomas F. Marshall and the other big men of his day. Jacob Lauerman, a maniac, who was being taken to tho Indiana Asylum, broke loose from tho guards near New Albany nnd jumped from the train. Ho ran ahead of the engine and placed his head on the rail. It was mashed into a jelly by the wheels. Ono of the worst fires in tho history of London Friday destroyed property worth $25,000,000. It was started by an explosion, and when it was pronounced under control had swept away 150 warehouses and badly damaged a number of 35-Ce- nt Bargains. Men's neglige shirts for 35c each formerly sold at 50c. Men's Me rino pants and shirts at 35c each. Men's and Boy's corduroy golf and yacht caps at 35c. Men's working gloves wc bought to sell at 50c for 35c. 5 and remnants of red damask table linen sold at 50c in this sale at 35c per yard. Eidcrson for wraps and sacqucs at 35c per yard. Men's all leather Yankee suspenders for 35c, sold at 50c everywhere. 6-yard THE LOUISVILLE STORE. A.EUUHANSKY A CO , Phoi-iuktoi- T. D. KANKY. Manaokii. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Itardstnwn, Lawrenceburg, rynlhinnn, Vertmllle, Georgetown, Klitabethtown, Frankfort, nnd Mauck'Kirt, Ind. Kini-nence, Expert Glass Cutter's. "Window Lights Furnished In All Sizes at the Lowest Prices. com-niftt- ed jwst-olllc- historic structures. Tho Queen Regent of Spain has pardoned tho Competitor crew, convicted by a court martial and sentenced to death, and tho men havo been liberated. This action is construed as a complete reversal of the Weyler policy. "Devil" George Winston was hanged at Paducah Friday for tho murdor of his mistress, a half wltted Negress, whom ho hacked to death with a knife. In his sjMjech just before tho trap was sprung ho said he was going straight to heaven and could almost sec Jesus lifting him up. The University of Pennsylvania has tho champion foot ball team of the vcar. Tho red and blue defeated Har 0 vard by the score of 15 to l before people. Yale surprised tho football world by shutting Princeton out to tho tune of t to 0 in tho presence of an 25,-00- CRAIG 3 J & HOOKER. y&rjra F&M'AXfJ&tt'Jxii4 J' !J&Vi'SAL'i'J&U&Ii aaaiaaiHauHBUBaiaHUHBkaiBriiukauwHad UDDGRCAKinG I1Y i l7. C. M' CLARY. Court-Hou- se $ Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Hridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Room Opposite Square, Stanford, Ky enormous crowd. In a street duel at Waco, Tex., d, J. W. Harris, editor of the Times-Heralwas fatally wounded and W. A. Harris, a brother, was killed outright by Judgo G. B. Gerald, who was seriously wounded by shots from W. A. Harris' pistol. Tho shooting grow out of tho recent mobbing of W. C. Bra tin at Waco. IeSjB3 EijryfiyKgi iwrmvnwiwTid Tl'ST'l'T'LtJTl 3 to-da- y. m m e, A turkey stood in a cranborry swamp And sang till his throat was sore; For nil day long ho sang this song; "Wo shall meot on that beautiful FTTH JLV JL JL W. W. 'Ykftr' Hr wrwrv HrP 1U) XV JC rm) IfT'n Withers shows the brightest, cleanest line of Furniture, shore." Farm Exchange. nil Kinds and alios. 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. and sell farms, or exchange for city proR.'rty. Host list of I'urms to select from, Huy ! Six-year-o- ld Ileal Estate Agents, Cor. 5th and ,letrerson, Manager Louisville, Ky. Farm Department. ADAMS & HOWE, I. II. Nai.U Sale. PublicNov. 27, 1897 On Saturday, m Branch Store at Hustonvillo, II. It. Camnitz, Manager. WITHERS. STANFORD. m sell tho following described property: Four good milk Cows, 1 with young Calf, Hvo .1 giving milk, 7 Steers, 2 2- -j ear-old2 3 heifers, I 4 years old, work any2 gray mares wagon, miring wagwhere, a hugs, 1 on, buggy, log wagon, ox wagon, new elder mill, cutting box, Com, Oats, Wheat, Hay, Potatoes, borghum molnsses, elder, 2 cooking stoves, 4,1)00 feet fencing lumber, barrel each saur kraut and cucumber pickles, double and slnglo shovel plows, wagon and plow gear, chairs, dishes. 00 chickens, shot gun, pistol, 2 cradles, grindstone and other things too numerous to mention. Tchms. Sums under 810 cash In hand; ovI will s, Hiofi Locust Herd Reg. Poland etiinas. hog living, and HUNDLEY'S CLAUDE, No. 12,001, son of tho World'n Columbian Champion, Claude, No. 11,007. Flno, toppy young boars ready for service. A few show gilts old enough to breed, nnd bred sows In every respect, with a siwcfalty, for sale, This stock Is strictly flrst-clu- ss pedigrees. Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Write your wants or come and see my hogs. A few fresh Jersey Cows for sale. Thoy are good ones. Also Mammoth l'okln Duck A, E. HUNDLEY, Hot 105, Danville, Ky. Eggs, 31 for 13. Son of to Klever's Model, No. 20,710, tho Headed toy U. S. MOOEL, IJO. greatest breeding 38,353. 1 e, er that amount a credit until July 1, 'OS. Purchaser required to glvo noto with good security, bearing 0 per cent. Interest from dato of sale, before property (s removed from premises. Sale to commence at 10 a. It has full Courses of Study in all departments. It has trained and experienced teach- u. Ladles are Invited to attond. ers, It has all needful facilities for the thorough training of clrls In ull crudes. It una PAUL HOFFMANN. established for tho welfare and convenience of Stanford and Lincoln Let all tho Ottenhelm, Ky. people of Utanforu ana vicinity, instcau or dissipating their Influence county. J. P. Chandler, Auc'r. by patronizing oth- Stoeckler is not wanted er schools, rally around tho College and give It their united and hearty support. Notice. Xavor at this sulo and he must not come on my Next Session opens Sept. 6th. For full Information call ou Mrs. Saufloy at tho college or M. 8HELTON, PBBaiDiiri. I'aul Hoffmann. place. write lor cuiuiugue II Where to Send My Girl to School Send Her to Stanford College. ?" , . y-,- - A'jg. fcdi. mwmii'mmm&in'fPV0Wtwnit " .ifpWUPWff'l m u$f ' Vm ' ' V THEINTERIOR JOURNAL to the wife of Mr. and Mrs. J. Eldi:i: J. T. Shakkakd left for Nkw gold spectacles at Danks'. W. Lunsford, a girl. Bourbon yesterday to marry a couple. J. T. Jonks tinner and plumber. MlSS MAKY Aix'OHN Ib visiting her Rkv. Milks Saundkus, of Spring-Hol. . 1b with his eon, Hon. J. X. Saunat Somerset. J. T. JONia, tinning and plumbing. . Stanford, Kv., Nov. 23, 1897 It. G. DlJNNY attended the fox hunt-or'- ders. Wkduimo prohents. Suit your Idea. meet at Cynthlana lust week. Du J. M. Williams, of Louisville, ' Hi: Mils. U. G. Hail and son. Woarcn, was on Sunday's train bound for Mt. Danks. E. C. Waltok, Uuhixkss Maxaoi-.k- . of Somerset, aro ill Mr. Geo. D. Wear-en'- Vernon. GUN'S, loaded shells and amunltlon at IJOKN, d, graud-parenl- - piCTiraE m&MEi 'i?1 ?tiV I,r(,l;"-'- 3 y H s. b Miss Maooik Buchanan, of Crab Craig A Hocker's. Uar-nishe- s, am flllod right uiid Mil. E. IJ. Cai,dvi:ll, Jit., of the Orchard, was the guest of Mrs. Mary nt right prices at I'ouny'H Drug Store. Waynesburg bectlon, is down with I. Burch. Window glass In all sizes. Bottom Mu. K.vacy L. Tannkk, Jil, of prices at Penny's Drug Store. ehllld. In Central Kentucky. Hnmlsoinu line of l'lno I'lCTt'ItHS for the Holiday. Call nnd see. PERSONHLS. is In South Dakota, prospectMits. V. L. Evans and Allen Hay NkV ladles' capes and misses and ing with a view to locate. Dlt. T. J. l'ltici;, of Lovol Grcun, tire spending the week with relatives children's jackets. Severance & Sons. John II. Buchanan, of the Louisnt Iltistonvillo. 75'"m No. 306 Main Street. ILmrllle, Ky. wuh hero Friday. E. V. Sl'lDKM. wont up to Lon- ville Times, spent several days with M. Dons your old tnins hurt ? Wo MKS. CAW, A. Mooiti: id back from don yesterday to set up the press ho his mother at Crab Orchard. guauantec a perfect lit. Penny's Drug visit to Howling Green. sold to Mr. C. W. Kellogg. Mas. Ellen Lktchhu Owsley and Store. Miss Hkssii: Hiciiakds, or Danville, Mil. A. E. GliniONS, wife and Mis Mrs. W. It. Cook, of Lancaster, wcro In with the MUdodWr.iy. Uakkkl of the finest New Orleans Danville-Sundaycalling on friends here yesterday. Mita. J. II. Yi:akii, of Stanford, Id Leo IJobbltt wore up from Molasses just received at Warren & Green Ticket Lonsdale Cotton for 6c the guests of Mr. and Mrs. V. visiting Mrs. It. G. lltt.tl. Somemut Miss Claha MnusilON lost a valua Shanks'. 36 inch Good Hrown Cotton for T. Smith. 4c ble breast pin between her homo and . Paraxon. Pair 10- -4 Blankets for E. O. SiNULirro.v spent inoit of Inst Hubble church Sunday afternoon. c l'ltiSTO.v llr.CK, who littb Won down Foil fancy evaporated fruits, orange Home Made Quilts $1.49 with malarlul fever for live weeks, Id week In Cincinnati buying goods, where ItKVS. S. M. LocsAN.of Mlddlesboro, and lemon peel, &c, see lllgglna fc Wide Roman-btripePercale, good quality ho says ho bought enough to Inttau or8c McKlnney. convalescent. and his best man, It. A. White, of Three Cakes Toilet Soap for dinary store a year. 5c Mils. V. , Dn.MON, of Livingston, W. Va., arrived yesterday TilUKi:. Jailer DoDord has only Mason's Blacking Misits. V. C. Elliott and John enmo down Saturday to visit her moth-o3c Miss Lizzik Mknkkkh will leave to- three boarders now, tho smallest num- Penholder and pen Maekic, of Cincinnati, senl several gc Mrd. Helllo llrouddua. morrow morning for Sherman, Texas, ber for two years. days with the family of John I'. Jones, Large, thick Paper Tablet V. Lll.hAltt) id baek nt Mil. H. 4c to spend tho winter with tho family of I'rlco I nllrmary, where hold trad-unll- and killed some birds while here. 3c Stock must be reduced. Special In- 25 Envelopes L. Smith. Mr. It. '. Bottle Good Ink Miss Mauy Logan, of ltlchmonii, regaining hid health. T. B. Tnur.LKKLD, superintendent ducements to cash buyers. Como and Bottle Best Ink .V. Jc Mil. C. T. HltYANTaml bride, of Val- who will be one of the nttoudnuls at of agencies of the Southern Mutual In- see. Mark Hardin. y evemarriage this ley View, Hent several days with Mr. tho Is here to Co., at Lexington, DKSlltAliLH cottago on Loning, came down Saturday afternoon vestment plan, which Is to pay while and Mrs. William Fields. present the gan avenue for rent. Just vacated by MKS. W. H. DIM.ON, of Crab Orch-- , and id al Judge M. C. Saullev's. you live and not when you die. B. N. Roller. J. F. Peyton. anl, id visiting her daughter, Miss Ota HON. J. C. W. UlX'KUAM, of Hards-towJ. II. Hilton has moved his family "Wllmore. Jessamine Journal. candidate for Speaker of the next renting his farm of All tho towns around us are short on AxoTllKlt babe, a girl, has been born House, was hero Sunday with his to Brodhend, after 112 acres to John Smith for $1"0 and coal. Buy your supply while you can to Mrs. J. N. Lake at Terre Haute, friend, Hon. J. N. Saunders, who drove crop. Mr. Hilton has made get It. J. II. Baughman & Co.. Ind. The mother wan Miss M utile with him up to see KcpresenUitlvo-elec- t half of tho 9 0 a good cltlen and one we dislike to hero. Tin: Knights of Pythias lodge here M. F. North. I'earl Hrown, Is on a boom. Four petitions for memTaliapauko lose. Miss Eli.aiicth Till: Kllzabothtown News says ot bership were presented last meeting Owsley, who was on a visit to Hi:ckni:k has arrived at the homo of Lotehor HOME NEWS, night. a protty girl there, thai there Is a sus- Mr. and Mrs. Lueien Beekner. of Winpicion heru thai ho Intends to follow chester. Advocate. Tho mother, who Danks. JCSTln. Fine China. WllK.v you come to town shopping . Sam Shaokolford's advice, llrst got used to be Miss Mario Warren, is a call at A. J. Earp's and have him take Good Goods at the Lowest Possible Cash Prices. ."No coulsin of tho Misses Warren here. Solid silver tableware at Danks'. eleoted and then got married. your picture by tho latest and best Pur-scuu-noNMe-Klnn- 0n.nl.l. Also Wall Paper, WinoW Shades, Paints, Oils, Brushes Z Window Glass olJ.1ta.ofU"Pt,y nml auWhelton SStt t mnkii nil klmlf of Picture Frames to orik-- r from tlu Cheapest to m m A. E. GIBBONS,: THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS. d n, r, Jo-boj- ih y Logan-Saullo- six-roo- m n, W, M, 8BAHMB. MARK HARDIN, m well-know- n ... Cash Dealer In Groceries, Dry Goods, Notions, &c. Goods sold on time but one methods. A &$& wo will cli-pl- I AM agent for the Troy Steam Laundry of Dayton, Ohio, and will bo thankful for a share of your patronage. Harry Bonnie. .7 a mks Tuuou will have to take his medicine. The court of appeals denies him a new hearing on his sentence of 121 years for killing Marion Sebastian Low Cash Price To ALL. Preparing Veterinary Remedies Is a feature of our Prescription Department upon which we pride We do not slight such prescriptions pimply because the medi- cines arc to be given to domestic animals. Drugs and chemicals of doubtful quality aro not "good enough" at our store. This is why you should bring us your prescriptions for Condition Powders, Liniments, Poultry Medicines. Hog Cholera Remedies, Dog Medicines, &c. We also have a large number of formulas for for preparing all kinds of remedies for all diseases of domestic animals. our-fcelv- at Lancaster. Dugan must serve 21 years in the penitentiary for killing John C. Colson, at Mlddlesboro. The court of nppeals alHrmcd the sentences of the Knox circuit court tlint tried him. JOHN . SPECIAL SALE FINE : MESS '.GOODS the Special Sale is to get a tucky. Our idea in this room for Holiday Goods. We have divided the I)rev Good, and if tonight now would cost us 2.' On Wukck. A freight train on tho C S., broke in two near MeKinney and wrecked several ears of granulated sit gar, which the citizens wero not slow In getting up and carrying oil In bags. TUESDAY, DEC. 7, largest and lwfrt selection of ChrMnin Novel tie? in Central Kenmonth Dre Goods Imsincsj in 10 days and in that way make offering into three lots and they are all tho very latent idea. in fine ro per rent. more. Come nt once x) as to get advantage of the en-ti- offering. s Tin: advertisement of A. B. Robertson it Bro., which takes up a good portion of this page, was received too late for us to ifsue an extra sheet, but you will find a good deal of reading matter in the paper all the same. mm PENNY'S DRUG STORE. $mzMMWm!Bmm masmffl HIDJ UU) In lhi lot are 15 inch Novelties in Navy, Wine, Green, Brown and Purple. rial Serge., 10 inch sill wool Scotch Novelties in newest colors. Extra fine quality HO Dark Oating Glottis lit 5e. force may devote a portion of tho day to prayor and thanksgiving. Our cor18 inch Scoth Novrespondents will please note and send Forty-fiv- e inch Kcal Camel's Hairs in dark, rich color; Brown, Royal Blue and Garnett. inch Diagonal Suitings in Black and color. 4" In their favors a day earlier. 45 18 inch colored Mohair Jaequard. elty Check Suiting. . . fiO inch Black Jacquard. inch Bourette Stripe., nil worth 1.2."). and night. Fun and frolic at Walton's Opera House. Good comedies by capable actors. Singing, dancing and specialties. Curtain never falls till closo of performance. 50 inch See it all for 10, 20 and ."iOe, latter for inch Moleskins, mixtures for tailor Miits. 52 inch Satin Elbeuf in Wino, Navy and Brown. Fifty-twunder SI. 50 yd. Besides tluc items we have a num- reserved seats, now on salo at W. B. None of these can be tonight Covert Whipcords. McRoberts' drug store. ber of short pieces and Dress Patterns which will be sold CHEAP. Satukuay was a bad day for Uncle Sam's mall handlers hereabout. Jas. L. Hendry had a boll on his hand and Postmaster John W. Rout had to go with him on tho Iv. C. run to do his work, while J. G. Martin, who carries tho mail to Klngsvillo, was too ill to make the trip and had to press his pretty daughter, Miss Lilllc, Into serTo-nig- 79c Per Yard. PER Y11B eke-wher- Foit Thanksgiving Dressed Turkeys, Cranberries, Pudding, Pumpkins. Maple Cream, Kraut, Oysters, Crackers, inch Impe- Pickles, Sauces, Pork and Beans, Cream Cheeso and lots of other good things at Warren & Shanks'. Just i C& Retwd From The Cities With Xete Notick. This next issue of this paper will bo printed Thursday morning Instead of that night, in order that tho Cloaks, Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves, Rlanlrp-fe? 98C o k t1 J3 Otiinn Plannplc OvprrnaQ Xr at Haif Price. yJ rill Special Smiipks of JFomh, Fascinators, Bontiet and other Knit Gotxtx fe Vm 3.000 YARDS OF I SEVERANCE "aNai WE AKE NoW- -- & SONS. .tfiMTC-- tig ' 9'9'iTmM9i vice. m MY deputy, R. M. Ncwland, will be GrEJXTTS -A-- These come in Fancy Plaid., Checks, Stripes and Figure, all fast dye. 1ms all gone in 10 day fo don't expect to find them here any time. ceiving your '07 taxes: Mt. Salem, Outing over eold hero at 70 per yd. Thwo will on Wednesday, November tho 2lth; Hustonvlllc, Saturday, 27th, Tuesday, 30th. M. G. Reynolds will bo at Highland, Thursday, Nov. ISth; Klngsvllle, Friday, 10th; Waynesburg every Saturday. This is our last year and wo aro compelled to finish our business by place cUe in Cloaks and will save you from $2 tho 1st of January. You will please A visit will convince you that we can please you better than any call on above dates; 0 per cent penalty Cloaks. Fur Collarettes and Feather Boas for less added Dec. 1. T. D. Ncwland, S. L. C. to 85 on each one. Special values in Misses' anil Children's .1, money than you can buy them anywhere. Will Buy oh Lease. The Chicago llrm, which bought tho Lincoln county bonds conditionally, acknowledge receipt of tho record covering tho matter to Attornoy J. B. Paxton, but It Is so voluminous that they will not be able to report tholr decision in the premises. Tho fiscal court is doing all It can under tho circumstances to buy tho pikes and it will cither do so or leaso them, consequently thero is no shadow of excuso for lawlessness hero. It takes time to arrange the preliminaries and any overt act will delay it. The toll gate will soon bo a thing of tho past, but it must be gotten rid of In a lawful manner. at tho following places on tho dates Both cloth and designs equal to any herein named for tho purose of re- - ron - CLOAKS. CftPES. The Oliver Ghilled PLOWS, Dick's Feed Cutters, Hocking Valley Corn Shellers, Brown's Cultivators. Studebaker "Wagons, Como anil tee us when you wunt to-da- y :p.n.viJJ.e, - jy- fcc. - anything In tho implement line. HIGGINS & M'KINNEY. V " r T5" E1"1 " im-r- 1. "VTT "TPPrT" vn-- 1 -' ..i..,. .jg n, ...... ". - ."''TT.y' 'Jf?"T" i'".,3"'Tj-rn"- 1 "nv;yw y"i ;" r.fyy."1 w llffff ;'.!'. v THE , Ellorco, 2:09J, won eight out of 10 races this season. John L. Cook sold to lloono Bros. MbllBliod.'rMooa.o.3r'0Ll:i4:E'rla,T'0 eight yearlings at 2.40. Joe Patchon was shipped over 12,000 $2 Plfilt YlCVTl IN" ADVANCE miles during tho past 6eason. charged. Foit Sale. Some nice, fat hogs, T When not sopald:B2.EO will c creat and small. Jos. Ballou. Tho stallion, Frank Smith, served 122 Canadian mares this year. Electioneer has 157 standard per- formers, of which one is a pacer. TIME F. Reld bouerht of T. A. Coulter 150 .SMS barrels of corn at $1.75 dellvorcd. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. J. K. Baughraau sold to Price Hudp. ru Trains leave Stanford at 7' 10 a. ni. and i son. 2S sujrar mules, srood ones, nt $91. 25 j. in. and 3:05 i. iu. returning t 4. J. L. Yantls delivered last week to KNOXVIUE DIVISION. M. S. & J. W. Baughman a lot of corn INTERI0RJ0UR1L FRRM AND TRADE, HUSTONVILLe. ' CRAB ORCHARD. Timely Warning ! RTIWH f3Pwtsrr J oi 24 James Dovcrs was In town last week looking much Improved. A movement Is on foot hero to Bccuro the next annual meeting of National Fox Hunters' Association. Tho Btcrcoptlcal exhibition at tho Presbyterian church on Friday night was well attended and the patrons wero delighted with the entertainment. Mrs. Salllo Goodc, aged 75, tho venerable mother of J. P. and J. S. Coode. went to Texas last week to visit her daughter, Mrs. Rufus Adams, of McHudson & Page, of Columbia, arrived here Saturday with n couple of cars of good feeding cattle. They report very fow loft In their section. They havo brought over 500 to this market tho past season. Lee Thomas, tho noted horseman of Lotflngton, was down Inspecting the handsome string of fancy roadsters of Allen & Drye. Ho expressed hlmsolf as being very much pleased with them and wanted a 30 days option on them. Tho senior class of Central Christian College will give a music and elocutionary recital at tho Christian church on Thanksgiving evening. Tho exercises will begin promptly at 7:30. Tho patrons and friends of the school are cordially Invited. Our supply of tho festive rodent is all that their fondest hopes could Imag-in- o and no ono can gain say that tho West Endors, although geographically small, arc not by any means diminutive as entertainers, and tho students of "Sports Royal" would never regret their sojurn with us. Allen & Lyon shipped two cars of cattlo and hogs to Cincinnati last week. James Harper passed through hero en route to your city with a drove of 215 Ml, Kinney. . No, jt-- Train going Xorth II More than 300 horses have made records of 2:15 or hotter during tho seaFor allirolnU. son just closed. THKO'IOU TICKETS SOLD. G. A. Swinebroad 6old last wcok to BAGGAGE CHECKED TlinOUOII. any Information enquire of various parties 75 900 to For RICE, Agent, cattle at 3.12 to 3c. JOE S. No.t " 23 " No. " II ' Suth " 1 P a 13 a 111 "! I' m 27 at $1.75. p ni week ? Mr. and Mrs. Dud Wallln aro tho proud parents of u wco Miss Wallln, who arrived a fow days ago to timko them an indefinite visit. Tho cuterlalnmetit tho young ladles of tho Christian church expected to give Thanksgiving night has been postponed on account of sickness. Old Aunt Mary Carson, colored, who has been totally blind and un Invalid for somo time, died at tho homo of her son, Charles Carson, a few days ugo. "Thoy say" Beazloy & Son have sold their stock of drugs to Mr. Frank Wallln, of Ohio, who expects to bo u citizen of our town and occupy tho property of Mr. Chadwlck tho tlrst of tho new V. E. Perkins, our wldo awake mor cute each, any and every person caught i... u.t..l.'M..iitiirn mid lease of tho best trespassing In nnv way on my premises. chant, was In Somerset last week. paying Hotel at Jelllco, Tenn. Twunty-f- l vo C. LYON, llustonvllle. 0. rooms, thoroughly equipped. Location, What became of tho shower of stars opposite Southern and L. A N. It. It. spoken of much In tho papers of last depot,' HIcknoHs cause for belling. Address My farm U postod mid I Intend to prose- HOTEL- - A Word To You. for easy terms, Oct you rShavc aud llnlrcut.s at lllako-tnoro- 's ltarber Shop. He is the slickest and OU bo.t barber In Crab Orchard. K v. piioi'imn'oit hotkij dks.mond. .. Jelllco, Tenn. The crack barlwr. U now back at liU old & PLUMBING, ready to stand In Mr. Kgbcrt'tt store-roos give you a havu and haircut. All KV., needing work Miould call on hlui. lie Is sure to plt'!o you. Crab Orchard, Ky. 05 Is now prepared to do all kinds ot Plumbing aud Tinning, Sole proprietors of Dean's lilnck Diamond Hoof Paint. Tolepkono No. & '20, residence Shop on Mill St.. oppslto J. 31-- tt 11. llaughtiMiu A Co.'n Mill. -- ..1'rojirletors m ROBERT FISH, llrst-claw- TINNING J. T.Jones, STANFORD, SHELBY SHELBY, LIVERY.FEED&SSALE.STABLE junction City, Ky. T. L. SHELTON, KOWLAXI), KV., 1,100-poun- d Stanford, Ky. QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains pass Junction City as follows: 4 02 P m No. 2 North 11 57 a in Ho. l.South 846am " 4 " and 6 do not run Sunday, 9 and 10 m no further South than Junction City, neither d they run Sundays. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI RY. Note-N- 5? 2 Na9 . .1124pm " !.'.".. 8 20 iiMim " 6 " pia "10 " 130pm 6 00am ii's VIA OEOKGtTOWN. . H. S3 A. M, 200 3 15 4 50 :2a 1153 Lve. Somerset, Arl2 55 " 11 SI Jet. City, Arr Georgetown, Ly C 30 " ' Frankfort, o P. M. A. H 630 300 5 30 83) Clark W. Garnctt, of Hlllsboro, bought in Bath county, this week 1,920 turkeys at 80.05 per 100 lbs. Tho rain has brought out tho grass Burprlslngly and many farmers arc able to keep their cattle on it without other feed. Pence &, Dawes bought recently a lot of sheep at 21 to 3ii, somo cows for butcher stuff at H to lie and a yoke of d cattle at 2.S0. Black Squirrel, the famous old sad die sire, has been retired from tho stud by his owners, tho Messrs. Garuett, of 1,000-poun- It Is reported nt this writing that Jlramlo Wolch, ns he is fnmllllarly called, Is vory ill and not expected to recover. The latest roiort from the bedside of Miss Lizzie Jones Is that she It but llttlo if any better. Thursday Is Thanksgiving and wo havo many things to bo grateful for. year. Flrst'Cbsa. Turnouts, prompt attention, Terr trunago Is Mostly lu reasonable rates. A portion of your s, well fenced, well wa18 rwprctfully solicited. tered and lias all thu necessary ltnprovu-menWo will dell privately and ou easy UKNTUY IIUOS. terms. Hluu-OrnAu. 305 FOR SALE. Acres Fin Land Stanford, Ky. liars Gonu Buck into the Coal Business, constantly on hand the Jclll-eFalls Itrnucli nnd other liest CiaU aud nsk the patronagu of the public. St mi ford friends who want dial can leave orders with J. II. Illgrlns, nhleh will receive prompt atT. Ii.SllKI,TON. tention And will keep o. FIRE INSURHNCE 8 40 Arr Paris 6;io Bally except Sunday. p BER0AWi G. r .A. Woodford. He is 20 year3 old. E. C. Morrow & Co., of Clark&villc, Royal saakes the food pare, wboUtome and delicious. ROYAL AkB POWDER Absolutely Pure POCtR CO., NCW ROYAL BAKJNO YORK. awfi-A-Xj- E HOOS. ' Registered Splendid individuals Both Du-roc- s. row. Prices reasonable. crating. J. 11. & H. J. McHOBEHTS, Stanford. IHTitnE'nrTs gKSSS!SllilB Spring's lnct TT(i11u niis-- l far No charge for A. S. PRICE, burgeon Dentist, Stanford, Ky. Building. QWffi the.Owley Ofllca OTer Mcllooerts' Drug Store In sa w. b. piiTirrr Veutlst, Stauford, street Residence. : : Ky. Office on Lancaster at SON. DEKLERS IN COHL, NOEL & Order Office and Feed Exchange, near the ltallroad Crotslug, Deiot Street, HCoal Yard, Corn nnd Htvy, J. - Stanford; Street, latelyKentucky. Higglns'. Mill 11. Satisfaction guaranteed. -- WF. II. WE- - MOVED - I Tin- Millinery Shop to tho front end of our dde room 4 niil Iiavo takou tho old Millinery Shop for Hats, Shirts, Clothing In this department we offer choice of any Hat no have for 75c. Wo have a big lino of uml flno Percale white mid funy ho-oShirt-- , we are offering at 50c: nearly allot oy thum uiu worth from 75c to 61. See our pants i't 1.50 and Si they aio duls-cOn men's Suit-- , wo can have yon from m Cor-duin. 1 ent it way Saturday waited on wo want to nay, please We proinNo more help In the come again Tji Tlioo who wlth-out,boli- ig to 1. future, Tanner Bros., McKinney H. D. PHILLIPS. Gun and Look Smith. STANFORD, KV. All kinds of repilrlng done at reifriuahle rates Upholstering a sjiecUHy. Siusiactlni guinnetd. T. utr T. STXTTOKT, Undertaker, - Kustonville, IiIm - - Kentucky m m nw in thfl rwvmlft of Weat Lincoln Full nock of Coflluiau J Cask cuii'wajson band. 95 l u pirn,iit.ii f,ntrrt J l'WV .Mav" enrvft ttUd t zxsy counties. Tenn., have contracted to furnish the Italian government over 10,000 hogs heads of dark tobacco next year. Secretary Price has announced tho is quite a nominations for tho Derby, the Clark Thanksgiving birds. There number who aro holding for higher Stakes and Kentucky Oaks for 1S99. In say will surely come these three events 3G0 horse3 are enter prices, which they ns the season advances, for they claim ed. Sheep raisers are well pleased with the crop Is short. Tho Weathcrford Hotel proprietors prices of sheep $1 to $1.50 higher Mian encouraged by the result of tho last a year ago in the markets A great dehaving an abiding faith mand for feeders still exists at good election aud that tho death knell to mock prosprices. clearly The largest Individual loss on a horse perity, Hannalsm, &c, was sounded In no uncertain tones on Nov. race is said to bo that of tho Duke of ' 2d, and that In order to be fully prepar0 Westminster, who bet S900.000 to and change to against Hermit In tho 1S07 Derby. ed for the great boom occur In 1900, they have just received Hermit won and tho Duke was mlnns a und placed In position a beautiful set fortune. of cafe fixtures that cost $1,200. I There are moro cattle being fed in J. G. Weathcrford, of Mllldale, and Hardin county this year than ever be Port Peacock, of Cincinnati, aro visitfore. Our farmers get 10 cents more of their boyhood days per bushol for their corn than tho Lou- ing the haunts and we are always glad to see them, isville price and 4 cents less for their but tho fish und birds will bo scarcer wheat. News. when they leave. James W. GIvens Monte Fox bought of R. L. Hubble for Lexington. Miss., with leaves 30 export cattle at 4Jc. B. G. Fox & a car load of fine, well broken KenRico sold to Maury Beard, of LexingWo are glad to report a ton, six sugar mules for 8015 and two tucky horses. Improvement In Dr. Brown's minors for 8120. They also sold to J. decided condition. His legion of friends with C. Caldwell a pair of sugar mules for elevated chapeau feol grateful to Dr. 8210. Advocate. and sister for their Tho Palmyra, Mo., Spectator says: Bertie Carpenter ctlicient management of his very com"Col. Simms, of Kentucky, shipped May they live long and Owsley Bros, a car load of jacks and plicated case. prosper. jennets the first of the week to sell for him. They camo In at night and whilo VICINITY NEWS. being driven down street, tendered our citizens a melodious serenade." Jefferson Renfrow, of Madison, died Woods & Lynn, who have bought last week, aged 88. and shipped thousands of cattle and John M. Mulllnlx has been appointed hogs, will dissolve partnership this at Rlffe, Cusoy county. week. Mr. Woods will continue to Allen Hicks, an aged and trade some, while Mr. Lynn will recu- citizen of Hazel Patch, died last week perate a little before taking his posi- of heart disease. tion as deputy sheriff under S. M. Ow Disappointment In love caused Rose ens, Jan. 1. Anderson, of Plneville, to shoot herGeorge P. Bright delivered yester- self through the heart. day 100 cattle that ho had been feeding James Delany, a C. S. conductor, for Harris & Fox at 4Jc per pound for committed suicide at Hot Springs. His what he put on them. They averaged home was at LaGrange. 1.500 and wero sold somo time ago for The Centre College foot ball team Christmas export cattle at 5c. to Wclhl, defeated the Miami University eleven who also bought 00 of S. T. Harris, 1, 18 to 0 at Danville Saturday. 017 lbs., and of Henry Cash a lot of I, J. L. Neal's largo tobacco barn in 535 lbs. making 11 cars In all. Mercer burned, which was full of toOne of the biggest cattle deals over bacco. Loss 83,000. half Insured. transacted in tho West was closed in Mrs. Julia, wife of G. C. Thompson, East St. Louis last week. Two com- who was a daughter of Rev. V. B. mission operators and a Texas ranch- Land rum, died at East Bertistadt. man tlgured in the deal, and their comGov. Bradley has pardoned C'upt. J. bined protlts on the transaction aggre- C. Bryaiit, late of Crab Orchard, for gated tho enormous sura of $S0,417. carrying concealed weapons at Lexing The number of cattlo consigned amount- ton. ed to 0,245 and they brought 8223,000. child of M. C. A D. C. Terhune shipped 05 yearling Miller, this place, died yesterday of mule colts and live extra road horses to whooping cough. Ml. Vernon Signal, Edlnburg, Ind. ' parties Wednesday lUlh. night. Tho mules wero bought at nn Miss Sue McIIurgue, a popular average of 833 and the horses from 8100 bchool teacher at London wa thrown to $150. Walter A; Coleman lost 8100 out of a buggy and hud her log broken, on six cars of hogs bought at 3 to 3.20 buys the Echo. and sold In Cincinnati at 3 to 3.00. Mr. and Mrs. Brutus J. Clay, of Harrodsburg Democrat. Richmond, entertained brilliantly a few evenings ugo In honor of Col. and Benjamin Blackburn, whose newspa- Mrs. John W. Ycrkes. per, thu Atlanta Commercial, has adLawyer James W Jones, formerly vocated lynch law as the best means of of this place, and well known to many stopping violence, announces himself of our readers, died in Washington for the democratic nomination for Con- county recently. London Echo. gress on a lyncn-laplatform. John Stone, a Mercer county farmer, A new cure for consumption Is re- while killing hogs, shot aud crippled u ported from San Francisco. This Is porker, which ran at him, throwing oxytubercnline discovered by Dr. Jo- him to the ground and breaking both seph O. Hicruhfelder and Is endorsed bones of his right leg. by the medical faculty of Cooper The governor has refused to pardon Picas Moody for the murder of young A very disastrous freight wreck oc Powoll in Madison county. The court curred at noroo Cavo on the L. & N., of appeula hud affirmed his sencaused by tho engine jumping the track tence and ho must servo It out. and pulling the whole train off with it. Morris Vuuursdall, of Harrodsburg, One brukeman alono was hurt. waived un examining trial at Danville Bob Fruzier shot and killed his ou u charge of forgery und went to jail. e brother, John Frazler, with a 50 needlo He took from the-a letter adrlile, at tho homo of the former on Big dressed to his cousin, E. M. Vunars-dul- l, Branch in Breathitt county. and forging un indorsement to a H. C. Trigg was elected president of check which it contained. He passed the International Fox Hunters' Asso-- ' it on J. L. Frohman iz Co., of Dan- elation at the Cvtithiana meeting. villc. I $30,-00- i to-d- ay Many blessings havo been showered uion us during tho year by an all wise loving and merciful God, and instead of spending our time feasting and rioting, lot us not forget to honor him In In order to oettlo the estato of tho late somo kindly way. Aniaudit T. Urow, I will ou Mrs. Low Pettus and llttlo son, of : Livingston, are visiting relatives and 1897, Dec. Salllo Green and friends here. Missos Sell lln nndlvlded Interest of tho helm of Co., Lizzie Beazloy are visiting Mrs. Eliza .Mrs. Mugglo McAfeo In tho dower of the aforesaid Amanda T. Crow, which contains Proctor, of Danville. Miss Jennie KOUNDUD 1U05. has returned to Richmond. Mr. Twonty-Fiv- o Land Acros II. Huffman has taken possession of his With At the fame nil the Improvements, farm and moved his family into the tltno und place will hell tho remainder of hTANFOUD, KV. house known formerly as the Donnally the farm, all of which contains home. ! 102 Aores of Fino Land, Mr. James Doores camo over from Asgooitrmnny In Lincoln county. All Lancaster to see his brother, Dr. W. lies 3U miles West of Stanford. K onFarm pout ersons desiring Locust Povts for plank fence, flud they the fence railing good-bybefore Knob Lick plko and on tho F.ul tdilc of thu wantsnd my store or wireCVdr tan , onwhat rlks tiis-kM. Doores, and say the near at - Stanford I also tho the It leaving for Arkantns. Mr. Tom Aus- llangluf 1'ork.l(nrrlndJolu Isaac lauds of Tho leading from Crab Orchard Lrvpou hamt a snpplyof plank fur fencing. All and latoJawesA kluds of lumber for building purM, made his pretty above pl.ice Is In a high wtato of Jones. tin, of Lancaster, cultivation. andshlnglo. All srous ilnlriug anyalso boards article of daughter, Miss Annie, n flying vUit Has a six room dwelling and necessary out- this klniran rail on me at my store near Cedar (I. W. MNOLKTON. buildings. Fronts ou pike anil Is In ono of Creek. JO here last week. Mrs. Grecnleaf. of tho best of uolghborhoods. Tho n1u will 1m Illinois, is being entertained by Mrs. madoou the farm at 10 o'clock, a. m . on the Sally Ann Higglns und other relatives above ilsto. Tkiim!. M.'i'lu kuonn on dav of hale. hero. Mr. Gray, of Blue Field, Va., For further particulars enll on or uddrrnsi MKS. U. I. SIMPSON, l'ror.. OHAS U ritOW. IVor. was a guest of Mr. Sim Mlddloton's McKlnuev Ky. l.niicAMtvr, t fumily a few days. He came for his I.I. wife and pretty children. Newly (uruinhed, clean beds; Hplciu!d Porters table. Everything eo, secure Do You Love Music?-- If 89 traliiH. meet one of tho latest and prettiest Two- Stons of tho dav. bv malllnL' len cents A WOIU) TO (silver or stamps) to cover mailing and OWNERS. iwstuge, to the undersigned for a copy (Mark enof tho Big Four Two-SteAre you Insured If uot. why not I We ure giving H velope CD of dwellings and barns good ns yours which is regular n this music, sheet music, at this exceedingly low rate, for the purpose of advertising, n n and testing tho value of the different (i rr Every year. Involving the li.s of millions of E. O. papers as advertising mediums. p dollars. Why should jou expect to cacapu Manager, McCormick, Pass. Traffic 3 from j eat to year ? PUBLIC SALE. Insurance Company, OP BROOKLYN. iStli. Saturday. Caledonian Insurance H of Scotland. Ma-to- n of R. B. MAHONY, Agt., 1 3sroa?iOE3 '- o Mason Hotel firat-clahs. Kentucky. 00 p. "Two-Step.- ") 50-ce- nt CQ CO PROPERTY T Thou-kiiu- ds n Are Destroyed by Fire or Lightning Toui Property May Bum within Mention this paper when you write. . i Postjioned date, Loxlugtou running races, Nov. 15 to 30. Half rates from all Kentucky points and from Clnclna- - ' tl via the Queen & Crescent Route. Ai.lr inrnntj .w. nnrLlctllars. fnc Aba t ..fcw. I I Frco Pills. J ,.-- "Big Four Route," Cincinnati, O. C O D o tJ in 3D w a Within a jenr, within a month, hours. Why should you oxKo mulation of years of honest toll a single tiro, which can destroy hour 7 Soliciting a share of your llcsH.-ctfully- SI , tho accuto lews by It In an patrouago . I 3 O o JESSE D. WEABIN, General Agent, Stnnford, Ky post-mast- er well-know- n m - Uucklea A Co., ew .vMidyour sddresstoll and get a free simple !ix of Ir. I nu of their merLife Pills. A trial will conTln larUcii-its. The pills are esy Id action and areanil .Mel:1 of Constipation larlv etUillve In the euro For Malaria and IJver tiouhlm they hae Iks.ii proved luvaluahlc. 1 her are Kusranteed to I perfectly free from eery delcterloiusulrttance vegetable. They do not weiken and to by their action, hut by kUIiw tone In nUmiach and system bowels ureatly invigorate the McltoU-rls- ' llegularProsHold by W. II V- Chi-cj- i CQ Jons I). Castlkmam. ,U, Labium, Ilea-lach- j 0 (0 ii . INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. " Tho Sarpriso of All. Mr. James Jones, of tho Irug llnu of Junes A Son, Oiw.len, 111., In upeikliiK ol Dr. Kings .Sew lfe was atUlMsiTery. says that lat wlnkr his I Farmers Bank&TrastCo OF STANFOHD, KV, BMBEE 3200,000 00 17,603 80 1 & CaSTLEMS. liilppo. and her caso grew so sjiJ-ou- s tacked with that physicians at Cuwden and I'sna csnild do nothing for her. It seemed to develop Into lusty Consumption. Having Dr. King's New Dlwoicry In store and Klllng lots of it, ho look n bottle lintiiu and to the surprise of all she l".y.in to get Utter from flrl do-- e, and half docn dollar lltles cured King's New Disoinery for her sound a id well CiiusiiiuptlQii, foiubsand Colds Is guaranteed tod;, this good work Try It. Free trial Uittles at V. Ii. Mclluberts' Drug .More. Pall tip Capital, Surplus, I MANAOKRS, Commerce Buildiug, Louisville. Agents Throughout the outh. Ir . . I IiucHln'a Arnica Half. The oest salve In the world for cuts,, bruisesaorwi, Hirers, aH iheuiu, fever ww, tetter, chappod hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions. It positively cures piles or no pay required. Us funded. M( Hy provisions of Its charter, drwltors are a fully itfotected us are deosltors In National tanks, lis shareholder being held Individually liable to at the extent of the amouutof their stink therein Inthe pat valuo thereof, lu addition to the amount advested In inch share. It may act as exisutor, ministrator, trustee, Ac., as fully as an Individual. Tendrrlligour thauksto thure who have entrusted their business to us, e trust they will continue to do so, and, we oiler as a guarantee for prompt attention to same our 'M years' oxs'rlence In hanking and as accommodations as are consistent with sound banking. llli-jr- W. A. TEIBBLK, lK-a- ngfllt, 37" Stanford, - - Kentucky. iwiktis, unvKisi 1'rlrt . cents per box. I oraalo Ii tt.II. IIIRCCTOKS. J. J. Williams, Ml. Vernon; W. It. Cuminlus, I'reachersville; J. II. Owsley, J H Owsley, Sr., WHJIam (looch, H J. B. HIGGINS, DHALF.K IN RHEUMATISM Is caused by Uric Acid and other impurities lingering in tho blood, which have not been filtered out lv tho Kid- neys through tho urine. Tho heat of tho trouble is not In tho skin or It's sick Kidneys. Electricity, imw-cle- s. I i, H. ftlcjief.e. J. II. J. J. Kiuhry, K. l.nn, A. J, F. S. II. Shanks, Cash, . Cornterj orricmts. Owsley, Cashier; W. M. Ilrlght ti. IJ.Shauks. President: Teller Farm Wagons, Pleasure Vehicles, FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFOHD, KV. Agricultural Implements, High-Grad- e liniments or plasters will not reach the cube. But the dhcu.su can bu Fertilizers and Coal. w "I have been troubled with rheumatism and tried a haehave notbox of your Sparairun Kidney Pllla, been troubled with rheumatism and blnce. I owemy relief to jour pills." CURED Capital Ctoclc $100,000. Col-leg- o. ar Wm. M. Holkv, 120 Front ht., Memphis Tcnn. "IhavaplvcnyourDr. Hobbs SparacuH Kidney Fills a fair and Impartial trial lu a case of acute nephritis and rheumatism. My tiatlcut was greatly relieved, and I am Inclined to be. lleve that in keeping up the treatment, they will make a final cure. They have acted like a charm, aud think they are all jou claim them to be n A. C. Vokies, M. D., Boaz, Ky. PARAGUS Kidney t'Olt SAI.K AT Attention nt the public la called to the fact that this Is the only National Hank lu Stanford. Under the provisions ul the National ll.iuk Art jeiMsltora aro secured not only by thu capital stock, amount but by the stockholders' liability lor 411 Institucuiialtn the stock so that dcissdtorsof this hy u fund ul JAO.UOO. Fle sworn tion aro secured statements of tho condition ot the ll.iuk are made each year to the United States (loternmentnnd it assets are examined at stated times by government agents, thus securing additional and tried salct. to dcliosltors. This institution originally established as tho Do. posit Hank of Stanfunl in ltvJS, then reorganized as theNatlonalllJiik ofStautord la 1305 andugaln reorganized as the First National Hank of Stanford In lea'.', lias had practically an uninterrupted existence for a.1 years. It I letter supplied now will. I.iclllth's for transacting business promptly aud liberally Uiau ever before in Its long and houorablo career. Account of individuals, fiduciaries, Hrms acd Individuals solicited. CJKKCTORS, Surplus, 515.750 Goods Warranted as Kcprescuted. Olllco on Malr Street, opposite Klmoro'h Storo, Stanford, Kentucky. J. h. TOTTF.N. Salesman. M fw t i2QsVssssHs9HsK x' iUiiMHsK?ynr??-?!:wW?1J-tPjsBj- arit te T L i7"" y 1 THE Thcroughcrcd Eur:; Jersey post-offic- ' Penny's Drug Store, STANFOKI), KY. K. II. Haughman, ' My breeder wero selected from the herds ol T F. Hill, J.S.Hocker, ' ofthls famous breed of swine lu several States A " Tanner, McKinney, W. A. 'Fribble, K. U splendid lot of pigs of dtllereut ages for suie 1 red J.H.Colllcr.Crab Orch'd; M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. sows a specialty. SatlsfactU.. guaranteed CorresM, D.Klmore, Stauford. F. Itcld, Lincoln Co.; S, T. Harris, " J. W. Hayden, Stanford W bt EJB2, orrtcKRs. I. S.UocUr, President; J. J. Mcltoberts Cashier A. A, McKluuey, AnlsuutCuuler. pondence solicited. Address R. H. BRONATJGH, Crab Orchard, Ky. '! V 4 'ii , W, j .kc, iu.. lUfcSrii