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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897112501 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. fvSrW -- r" t V VWt'f'-ff'1''- ' TV" SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVL A INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 25, 1897. LANCASTER. A NO. 7T .MRTKlMONIHL' LOGAN SAUFLEY. I1INQ. p V w I. J l J. Mort Rothwell has returned from D. 1'. Bucko ami Mltw Jotlo Hull, each 21, wero innrrlud at Morolantl you Missouri, after an absence of two weeks. tottlay. Miss Salllo Elkin is visiting frliMida Chnrlio Hau;h and Miss Loim Ivlttn, both of tlio Snulluy section, were Uni- In Somerset. 1'rof. B. P. Evans Is circuit court at Hyden. ted heart nnd hand yeoterday. Tlio ladles of the I 'rcsby terian church Marlon Williams and MIhu Anglo Gooch, both of the Southern end, will realized about $.,0 on their show of bo married at Kov. M. A. Mlddlelon s chrysanthemums, which was continued to Monday. It was a novel and attractT. Allen McQuury ive exhibition. A youth named Gov. Bradley has written Mr. Jim has fttruek the Stato and tells an Improbable mory of being on hU way 'Crow" Dllhon that lie lias ordered around the world to win un Arkanean tho Hag which ho gavo him to unfurl in Central Bark and It will be hero In tjlrl on a wager. ongagomont of Miss Mary Walk- a few days. The Tho reason of Thanksgiving and er Rose, dnughtor of Hov. L. W. Nonet of UuiTodaburg, to CharlcH K. Dallum, feasting on turkey Is ut hand and I of Henderson, In announced. The mar- don't see why such a raid is made on the turkoy, when 1st Timothy 4:1 bays riage will occur Jan. IT. Snow and Miss Macule Rus- that every creature of God Is good If It N. P. sell, both of the West End, wore mar- be received with thanksgiving. e yesterday by it is said that there will bo about 20 ried at tho Judge Dawson. They wero accompa- applicants for tho position of turnpike superintendent after the roads have nied by Mr. W. C. Wo! ford. been purchased and that their bids will Col. George W. Kiivutmugh, of N. Y., will bo married Doe. 2, range from 100 to $1,000. Mr. W. B. to Miss Julia Hickman, of Louisville, Mibs, a line business man, tells mo that whom lie rescued from drowning at ho will offer to do the work acceptably Nautuskct Reach, Mass., while she for !ir0 per annum. Of course the court will employ a competent man at was bathing in iho urf last summer. In Now York Isaac Goldstein has the lowest salary. Tin: nomination of Hon. Robert.!. just been married to Katlo Sllversteln. ., Mr. and Mrs. Sllversteln have cele- Breckinridge by the I.NTKluoit wedding, and In for attorney general, meets tho brated their golden Boston Mr. and Mrs. Goldstein aro hearty approval of his many warm about to celebrate their silver wedding. friouds in this county. The judge Is well known here and his ability to till the position in an acceptable manner CRAB ORCHARD. will make Mm a formidable candidate. Misses Mamie and Laura Carter, of Ho is ccullarly tilted for the Kition tho Halls Gap ectlon, wore with and I move that his nomination undt frlondtuhuru Tuesday. election bo mado unanimous. Mr. J. Hdmltiton's school closed Circuit court convened Monday This makes his sec- Judge M. C. Saulley presiding, with ond term as a Hjdugoguc. Ho is one Commonwealth's Attorney J. S. Owsof Crab Orohurd's most intelligent ley, Clerk Ma.-oSheriff Robliibon and young men. their deputies and Jailer Bongo, each Mr. J. C. McWhortor had his father, ready to do his pari in the admlulstra. mother and other relatives as guests a lion of justice. The court delivered an few. days. Messrs. B. L. Banks and instructive and comprehensive charge Joe Brooks, two knights of the grip, to the grand jury, lu which ho dell nod wero In town recently. the different offenses and directed Mr. Joo MeCIure and wife were prethem how to proceed during their sented by Dr. Will J. Kdmlston Willi a He was especially elabnice baby girl Sunday. May her llfo orate on violations of the election laws. always bo as pure and bright as the Ho, truthfully, said that the Austraday she llr.it saw tho light. lian system presents moro opportuniMiss Ella Watson, of Cincinnati, arties for corruption than tho old system, rived Tuesday and Is being entertained slnco u lloatcr can sell to each party to by Mrs. D. B. Edmlston at her pretty vole, or lo stay at home, and if he goes home on Depot street. Mrs. Doe Bil behind tho curtain ho can do as he. lion has returned from Xicholasvllle pleases. He said that It is not bribery and Mrs. l'ettus from Louisville. in contemplation of law. to pay a man Rev. Gashwlldcr has been Invited to not to vote, or to stay from the polls, hold Thanksgiving services at the but that it is only bribery to pay a man Christian church Thursday morning. to voto contrary to his sentiments, the Before tho services begin tho ehlldrei offense being In inducing him to vote will give an entertainment. A more against his will and not in inllucncing extended notice will bo given In the him not to vote. Tho latter plan is next iNTKiuou Journal, generally adopted and Is more successMrs. Eliza Uunsford, of Manchester, ful, and I bee but little harm in paying came over to see her sick grandaugh- - a man to stay at home In place of going tcr, who has scarlet fever, the oldest to the jiolla nnd voting the republican child of Mr. and Mrs. l'ato King. Mrs. ticket. It Is only paying him to refrain Mallnda Ross and Mrs. Joo Rleasunts from evil. Ho asserted that tho giving are sick. Mrs. Leo Crudy, of Stanford, of liquor on election day Is a violation Is visiting her sister, Mi. McClurc, of law, oven If it is not passed from Georgo and new niece. Senator-elec- t hand to hand, but tho giver points to It T. Farrls and Mrs. Smith, of Lancas and says ho is not giving it, but that ter, wore guests of relatives here this any ono can lilmsolf. His instruction week. 1'retty Miss Miuuio Munday, of on tho bird law caused Mr. C. K. Stanford, camu over for Miss Myrtle ono of the grand jury, to reHughes, Tuesday afternoon. mark that ho believed that the other 1 jurors wore guilty of violating that, Col. Jack Chlnn, the "hero of hun law. There is but little business to be dred tales' the llerco and disposed of, really not enough to keep Jack Chlnn was telling, almost with tears In his eyes, tho olhor evening, of tho wheels of justice oiled and moving. lawyers will not realize enongh to tho death of tils favorite hound (I am Tlio buy coal for tho winter. Sam Owsley sorry to have forgotten his name; who says that another court like tills would was burned, together with several of the colonel's lUie race horses, only last almost Induce him to resign. This of affairs shows, however, that week in his bam near Harrodsburg. elate the county is in a peaceable and prosUo said: "I made Uncle Harry, my perous condition and that olllcials have trainer, go mid get the charred redone their duty in the past by disposmains of tho old dog and wo buried of tho work ih it appeared. Wilhim with iltting honors." Lexington ing liam Spencer, colored, was lined $."0 on Leader. tho charge of furnishing liquor lo a Tho end of harvoot time Is uiiIvoimiI-l- y minor, and Obe Garnett. $20 for belling set apart for thanksgiving. Wheth- liquor unlawfully, both parties failing er in the form of tho American Thanks- to answer. Tho bond of Mark Jengiving day, tho English hiirvpst home, nings, charged with malicious shoottho Scotch Halloween, the Hebrew ing, was forfeited, ho failing to appear. 1'Vuist of Tahoruaeles, the Roman festiMios Minnie Duttou, 'thoroughly expeval In honor of tho goddess Ceres or rienced In typewriting, was apiointcd tho Greek festival in honor of Demcter, as examiner for this county. Court will tho instinct prompting it is tho nunc. likely adjourn In a few days. Sincu men tlrst became tillers of the Thanksgiving is the home day. It is ground their two greatest annual events the day for Iho heart and its affections. havo been seedtime and liar vest.. Now It is a day for the dreams and tho ideals York Sun. of youth and maiden. It is a day for Consumptlcn Positively Cured. youtji uway from homo to freshon their Mr it II (iiwro nicriUniil. of Cliilliowle, Vn . hopes and kindlo anew tliclr aspiracertlllftllul liu liml euiiiiiiiiiiuii, was giion iii 10 tile, milieu all iiiihIk-irtMlmcnl (lint money roiitil tions. Chicago Tribune. I iwl ull imuIi aiiiolici liccouiil hvatut, Iirucurv, It would take u lino of cradles exnwiil many nlxlili xiliiux tip in noliulr, was iudiicol lo iry lr. Klntt' J"ew lHKr. tending around tho globe to accommorrv uiul wivtctilvtl liy use u( (o 'xmlr. 1't.r Haul ttirct ear liiu Iwi'ii attending u Inulnewniiil wis date the :i7,0O0,OO0 babies that ure born l)r Kins' Newr li llio grnmlct rtifittl.v world every year. cter made as it Ii.ij done m much fur liini mid nlM in this l)r K'liz'it Xew Din- fonUid lu Imcomunnilly. Ghent is arranging to celebrate hei cm ;ty Kir mwiiiieil (nil. Lmili!, CuUla Mini Cm- 100th anniversary. Those who havo It ilant liinl UnOea fivo al W miMiiiu II Mcltubcrts' Drug Skho. been there imagined that she was considerably older than that. How tT Loon Qo:d. Rio coffee is at a lower prlco than Uoo.1 lnolii) reully limits limn kkin uVeji (Mituvly on n liiwllliy OoixKiiuii of ull tlio over before, No. 7 spot being quoted n. Itu oimn. Ifllie Ihei Ih! Inactive, jou haw a lilliuii iixW; It your momacli ln Oiwinleiiil, you (! cents u pound. Future market has ou, kidney lie iiilectol. havo a tly;ifiiiclook, oulinrvii iiiiciietl limk. "KUvino HuterV'isa broken 15 points. Acn iliiirlly on tliv fcixxl Aluvndve ami Tonic Tho average woman couldn't bo u nlomncli. liter ami kidney. I'miUei tlio IjIihm). cuivi i uiiie, b'otClieian'f Uilli, nml Christian a in I nut e after she believed complexion lery oolilogiiaranlml. SblilatW, cr Ixiltlo. that tho Lord didn't love her husbuud. ), jlcltobcru' Drug Store, iMcvul ( to-da- y. UltlM.IANT cmtYSANTHEMUM WKD, iiiiiik TUB Illltll OF ALL IIIIIDS TO-I1A- RELIGIOUS Rev. Dr. Outrid, of Richmond, Vn.. has accepted tho pastorate of the Episcopal church of Richmond, Ky. court-hous- The meeting atLogansCreek church closed Tuesday night. Much Interest was manifested but there wero no ad- Wa-torfor- d, ditions. At Roekslllo church, In Webster county, Toy Allen, a young man, horsewhipped Rev. Jopliu, who had reproved him for bad behavior during the services. On Sunday morning and ovenlng Row W. S. Grlnstead will talk about What Belongs to Ctusar and What Belongs to God. He will alo have something to say about elections and tho JOL'H-NAI- like. n, Boln-dexte- r, 1 blood-thirst- y - m ji I'ix-mei- I - 1 sUi-in- yl Hov. h. If. Mahouy has accepted a call to the Mt. Tabor church at Old I'altit Lick, and will preach there the second and fourth Sundays, The rest of his time will be spent with the IVonchcrsvllle church. Tlio Louisvillu Presbytery Is pre- paring an indictment against Rev Dr. W. W. Houston, charging him with holding and teaching views contrary lo the standard of ho Bresbytcrian church. He bcllcvcn in sanetillcation. Laurence Dennis, a precocious child of three years, of Atlanta, Ga , is attracting largo crowds at tho home of his parents by preaching with the vim IVom hearand gravity of manhood. ing his parents read scripture texts ho has a good fund of quotations. In ills meeting at I'leasuroville, tho Row Jacob Dluler said boforo an mense congregation, lie strongly held and defended tho position of Whttsltt, ard said there was no material difference between Dr. Whitsltt and tho Methodists. He said that, ho also hoped that the Baptists of the country would boon lay asldo a relie of the dark ages, and teach that pouring is tho proper mode of baptism. Large congregations aro attending tho services each morulug at 10 and overling nt about 0 o'clock at tho Baptist church. Rev. Dew is an eloquent and forcible speaker, whoso heart is full of love for God and his fellowman, and his sermons will benetit every attentive listener. In his llrst sermon Tuesday night he said that tho world is dying for tho need of kind words, which are mi easily given and so often withheld. Tho singing is excellent departing. and qulto an cnjoyuble feature. Tho loveliness of tho bride wns tho At the Lancaster Christian church subject of general remnrk. She Is noSunday night tho union meeting of the ted for nor beauty and modesty und all Stanford Christian Endeavors and tho her charms seemed heightened on the Societies there will be held and fol supremo occusion of her llfo. She is lowing Is tho program: Welcome ad- the youngest und last single daughter dress. RcsiHitiso by Mr. Jack Beazlcy. of Judge and Mrs. M. C. Saulley and Song by the choir. Prayer. Singing. her natural gifts have been highly culScriptural reading. Solo, Miss Clara tivated. Sho Is in every bonso n lovu-h- l Mershou. Oration, "I May Have Faults e and charming woman, possessed of lint There Aro Others," Master Robert every trait which makes her sex tho Harding Waters. Song by choir. Gen ndoratlon of tho other, and in choosing oral discussion of the lesson topict her for his life's companion, Mr. Lo"Temperance," led by Messrs. Logan gan has done so, wiselv and well. Sho R. Hughes and Lueten M. Lewis. Song will make an ideal preacher's wife, by choir. Sentence prayer. Anthem "with pticta far above rubies" und "do by the Kentucky Quartette, Mr. J. W, him good and not evil ull the days of Haydcn, Miss Clara Mershon, Mosrs her life." We congratulate him heartJoo F. Waters and Carl A. Moore, ily, lor ho is as worthy as man can be with Miss Ellon Ballou, as organist. of a good wife. He Is poscssed to a Recitation, MibS Maggie Bright. Song remarkablo degree of the liner feelby tho choir. Benediction. Services ings, noble by nature and having cultibegin at (5J o'clock. vated his talents Is rapidly rising in his profession. During his ministry Thasksoivino Day. No other gala here ho mado friends of every ono he season of the year, not even Chrlstuuif , met and there is" not u por&on, who sots in motion so many forces, sees curs does not join in gratulations over his nnd boats so packed with children and grandchildren going back to the old good fortune und his prospect of u life time of huppiness with the woman home, sees old peoplu so forgetting of his choice. The writer, who holds their age, aud young people bo honor them both in friendship and admira. lug tho old, and altogether witnesses tiou, simply expresses tho feelings of such beautiful reunions us wo llnd at J Thanksgiving. Men immersed in bust the community, when he tenders them good wishes that they may ness cares take time now to run up to heartfelt Rubber in Massachusetts, or realize all tho joys, of present life aud thoiocky farm live together forever in that the pralrlo homo In Wisconsin, or the then is to como. which wheatliold of Dakota, to bo boys again The number und costliness of tlio beside their parents. "I'm growing to presents attested tho popularity bo an old gentleman," said my friend, bridal of the brido. They included nearly SS years aro his crown of glory, whoso everything for house keeping, either "but I toll you when Thanksgiving necessary or ornamental, besides a sSlUO comes J'm a boy again, for my children forvico presented by tho and their families all como back to silver writer members of tlio Sum ford bar. keep tho day with me." Christian Herald. Roports of tho compa, Lexington running nies show that in many ctises tho uoat Postpoued dates, races, Nov. 10 to U0. Half rates from of producing silver in now less than 25 ull Kentucky points aud from Clnelna-t- l eoutb per ounce, nnd that tho silver via tho Queen & Crescent Route used m the rnatnifueturo of a dollar ooods would now probably cost about 20 cents. I Ask agents for particulars. arrow-piercco, As if to smile his bcnlson on the heaven-mndunion, the sun shone in fullest November splendor all tho duy Tuesday and as the trail of his bright ness was fading out in the West, the It's on THE GLOBE words wero said that linked the hearts of Rev. Sanford M. Locan nnd Mks Adele Saulley in sweetest love for aye. The Presbyterian ehureh hud been decorated in nink and white bv the fair friends of tho beautiful brido und If you will but give us a chance to show you that we can save you It presented a scene of regal loveliness. The colors were whito and red enough money to have one of you own our stock of and chrysanthemums of those shades, Interspersed with palms and lighted here nnd there with candleabru, also burning those colors, filled tho pulpit and ehuncel. Behind thin bank of beauty stood tho organ und chorus, which made melody for tho brilliant occasion. It was under tho supervisIS GOLD compared with others. ion of Mrs. Bailey and the performers and program wero us follows: Organist, Mrs. Steele Bailey: violinist, B. II. Banks: cornetist, Geo. W. DeBord; vocalists, Miss Mary Cowen, Mrs. L. And then come in and Look at our Goods. B. Cook, Mrs. J. W. Huyden und Messrs. Carl A. Moore, E. D. Patterson and Joe F. Waters. Intermez.lo rue, violin, cornet and organ; bridal chorus from Bridul Rose, full chorus; wedding march,-violin- , cornet and or- Good Wool Suit S 7 50 A good one $ 5 00 gan; Bridul March from Lohengrin, 8 00 Fine Worsted 10 00 Better full chorus. Tho houso was packed when the bri10 00 13 50 Fine Brown dal party, a little after (1, entered the Better Grade church. The ushers, Messrs. James Imported .. 13 50 15 00 Imported Melton M. Saulley und Mike Chrleman, proFine English Coverts ceeded down opposite aisles, followed 15 00 by Miss Jennie Warren nnd on one side Mr. II. Rowan Saulley, und on the othEnglish Walking Coats that can not be excelled anywhere. er by Hon. J. N. Suunders und Miss Mary Logan, of Richmond, the brido and her maid of honor, Miss Bello Denny, following the latter and the groom and his best man, Rev. R. A. White, the former couple. At the altar the gentlemen und ladles crossed to oppo-bit- o sides aud the bride und groom met We have the best assortment in the State and Lowest Prices. It d under a largo tloral design of will be a treat for you to see them. hearts, within u large one. In this position und facing Dr. J. V. Logan, the father of tho groom, the vows were tuken in a ceremony that was as beautiful as it was Impressive. Tho 50 party then loft the ohureh from oppo- Natural Wool Fine Fur 75 site aisles, by which they entered, und Wool Fleeced 50 Good Fedora 1 co repaired to Judge Saulley's, whero 50 with a few visiting friends they enjoy- Derby ribbed Fine Stiff r 50 ed u delightful lunch, exquisitely servco Imported !) o'clock tho newly wedded ed. At Good A 1 2 00 pair left in u close carriage for Junc- Extra fine 50 Stetson's full line. tion City, accompanied that far by Miss Don't overlook these no one Denny and Mr. White, where they took the train for Atlanta und other can 'beat us. Southern points They will spend nearly a month in tho Land of Flowers and be ut home to their friends ut Middles-borDec. 24. Tho brido was charmingly attired lu Well, you M U5T see them. white organdie over white 6llk, Valenciennes trimmings, whito veil and curDon't be talked out of seeing our goods before making your purchasried brido roses. Miss Denny wore Qne low prjce to All. es. It's money in your pocket. whito over pink and tlio other ladles white over white and each carried Tho bride changed her dress to a brown cloth truvcling suit before o Free to Klondike. We Can Send You There. llo-r- al Clothings Hats, Shoes & Underwear Just Look at These Prices Men's Suits. Overcoats. Special Sale on Children's Clothing. Underwear. Hats. 1 1 Manhattan Shirts, Neckwear, s. The Globe, J. L. FROHMAN & CO., vfl U Danville, - Kentucky, METAL ROOFING. SSfes y SIDING. ( . n (tr A. C.SmU, ( FLOORING. CEILING, L STANFORD, tor. V2 Al ric FINISH. NXiKX "lOwv - Farm aind Yard FenceClothing, Hats, Gents Furnishing Goods Shoes, Heavy Boots, Coats, Mclntoshes, Trunks and Valises. Low. Terms Cash. i 41 Prices H. J. McROBERTS. H. G. BUPLEY, Is Receiving Perfc-- t his- $ THEMER6H ANT TAILOR- -- bllvar-mlnlii- g FALL AND WINTER GOODS. 1 Warranted and a it Guaranteed. Give him a Call. ijfrgvwJC"-A'te'- ' '' yi 4 ff r ! 'yw'j WHHiuyi mi' lm HHMII l "ffl I: The unicyelo sulky has been patto 3 tho city council ented and with it all records aro promNov 25. 1S97 of Bloomlngton, III., defeated a resolu- ised to bo smashed. Stanford. Ky., V. J. Goodwin shipped more than tion to prohibit football within the city POLITICS 82,000 worth of dried apples this week. limits. W. P. WALTON. James X. Kehoo, democrat, 0 Mays-vlllSomerset Paragon. Kentucky coal mines aro working has announced for Congress In night and day, but owing to tho numerThomas Hill bought of various parBargains such as this city lias never known before positively obtained the Oth district. ties The Danville, Advocato has not John P. riaswell, Jr., of Breckin ous strikes tho output will bo below the and in tho East End some sheep at 2!c at the prices we advertise for this week. Now the prices arc going butcher cattlo at 2e. given tho matter sulliclent thought' ridge county, hns shied his castor in average. Frank Thompson bought of Joseph to do the talking and it is left with you to do the rest. Surgeon General Wyman's report of to name tho man, at this period, for the ring for Speaker of tho House. Congress, "but until we are convinced j Tho auditor will refuse to pay any the latu yellow fever epidemic bhows Coffey some butcher stuff at 2jc and 3c. that his name Is James B. McCrcary t money to circuit clerks until they pay 4,289 caes and 440 deaths, a fatality of a bunch of fat hogs at Texas, Monday, 10 per cent. At San Antonio, vc aro not willing tocspouse hi eandi- -' back felony fees wrongfully paid them. In Rome, N. Y., tho'other day a wo- sales of cattle wero made aggregating dation to the exclusion of any one else. The. Barren county grand jury re- - man arrested for shoplifting was wear- 10,000 head aud bringing SllHI.UOO. weprercrio 00 in a piuitiun w up. ftn iniHt.tlllont unlll8t Reilre W. 1. Heriin bold at Lancaster Mon- Seven papers ol pins for port tho democrat who in our judg- - BelUntIvo John B DepP) charging false ing eight pairs of trousers fastened to 10c. Three spools thread, guaranteed as day a lot of yearling cattle the inside of her dress. ment will make tho best race, and If in 9WearjncT good as O. N. T. 10c. 3 dozen hooks aud eyes for ioc. 1 pair Dr. Ten Mexico City police otllccrs and at 3c. He also sold some butcher stuff time it is demonstrated that the uoml-- 1 j. R. Collier, ,)0dtinaster at Frank-natio- n patrolmen have been sentenced to at 2ic. Warner's patent corset clasps at ioc. 2 dozen pearl buttons for ioc. McCrcary of ,ms fopwardcd hlg resignation to At Lexington Monday, R. II. 2 boxes French swans down face powder for ioc. death for assassination of tho would-b- o I pair of 20c wire win 00 mo oust ior uiu uuiuuuruui; Washington. He will be succeeded by won with Kitty B. and James B. buckle suspenders for assassin of President Diaz. party, wo will give him our cordial Thorns Sympson. ioc. 4 dozen white bone collar buttons ioc. John Borsmau was seriously wound Gentry got second money with Annie Best support." All of which is very nice, Roman stripe and plaid percales at ioc pfr yard. Children's A reported decision by the president ed and his wife and child wero Instant- Taylor. Tn flint, thn .... . -' Aflvn,rni,i, ntnn Irwlnnrl VitJ IHWU ...I...... .. .1 that the reduction of an employe in the ly killed by a train running into their President Schutte and Secretary ribbed undershirts and pants at ioc each. Boy's crusher hats at ioc. !... caio is n miguty smuuwi iiuri. !.. ,Pvl,, l vlrt.mllv u re Price, of the Louisville Running As- Boy's jockey caps at ioc. Men's scarfs, 50c quality, at ioc. carrlago near Warsaw, Ind. McCrearv has shown what he can A j bw' moval and therefore can not be made. Grief and chagrin over the disgrace sociation, aro trying to secure the and by his works we know him. If, Theronre times when there is noth- of his father, who embezzled $00,000 Nashville track. however, a.bottcr man and a surer run- ing In a name. Georgo White, of Charn-loHenry Jarrott, 2:10. owned by J. It. ner can be named, wo are for him over North Carolina, Is tho only colored intrusted to him, drove James 20-Ce- nt Rogers, of Bourbon, died from the efto suicldo at Chicago. Jr., tho governor or anybody else. member of Congress. Georgetown W. Jay Kocner, tho newspaper ar- fects of Injuries received while in a Times. Praise yo the Lord. O give thanks tist, who was sontenccd to death In race at Terra Haute. Ladies' ribbed vests and pants, the 35c quality, for 20c. Patent The auditor is making out bills Sol Sharp, the famous bookmaker unto the Lord; for he Is good: for His against tho Kentucky circuit clerks to New York for murdering his sweet mercy endureth forever. and turfman, died In Cincinnati of window shades with fancy border, worth 40c, at 20c. Curtain poles was granted a new trial. recover about $.10,000 collected by them heart, thing In trusts Is a com pneumonia. Ho was worth several with fixtuses complete at 20c, Extra quality floor oil cloth at 20c a The latest Editor Bos ley. of tho Paris Re--. in fees to which the appellate court bine of the manufacturers 01 wood- hundred thousand dollars. yard. Ladits' Taffeta fleece lined gloves for 20c. Klcineits dress entitled, porter, wants the Negroes to boycott, says they aro not Tho organization James Thompson sold 132 export eat Henry S. Boutelle, republican, was working machinery. $8,500,000. 1 those of their race who allowed them-tie, average weight about 1,400 pounds, shields for 20c. All wool dress goods 34 inches wide, all shades, for has a capital stock of n Belvestobe guarded in barns on elec-- . elected to Congress in tho Sixth traveling to W. B. Kidd, of Winchester, for 20c yard. Baby shoes sold for 50c before go this week at 20c. Boys William Cherriugton, a day and calls on all tho clubs and nois district at a special election, but salesman of Galllpolls, O., stepped off 4.40 per ewt. Bourlon News. shiits rt 20c. Boys' wxists that cost us 17 nt wholesale do at 20. societies to deny them membership and the republican plurality is reduced of a street car at Catlcttsburg, this 'At Montreal tho stables of Cyiille 900. turn them out if already In. Brer. . from 0,5.'JU a year ago to less than Lnurin wcro burned, together with was run over and killed. The secretary of State has refused State, and Gago alfirmod tho decision several valuable horses. Antidote, recBosley shouldjnot bo too hard on those Secretary 35-Ce- nt who have given tho repuplicans nil articles of Incorporation to the "Whole- - allowing the rebate of over a million ord 2:10, valued at 820,000, was among thoy ever had this State. They aro sale and Retail Coal Dealers' Associa- on the whisky destroyed In the the number. tired of living on promises from his tlon of Kentucky," a concern organiz-o- f dollars Ridge Park distillery fire. James Walker Glvens started to LexLex- - Pleasure Men's neglige shirts for 35c each formerly sold at 50c. Men's Meparty and hereafter are going to put ed by about 50 business men John Smith, a farmer, living near ington, Miss.. Tuesday with a car load their votes whero they will do the most Ington. rino pants and shirts at 35c each. Men's and Boy's corduroy golf and committed suicide' by of horses, including a 84l0 trotter ho Attorney General McKenna, of Cali- LaGrango, Ind., his body was found recently bought of Shelby T. Harbigood, or withhold them entirely for yacht caps at 35c. Men's working gloves we bought to sell at 50c hanging. When their own interest. Whllo ho Is at it, fornia, will resign from the cabinet rats had gnawed his face almost com- son, of Lexington. for 35c. 5 and remnants of red damask table linen sold at man might put in a few noxt month to succeed Justice Field on the The Democrat says there wore SCO pletely off. words against his own color selling the supreme court bench. It has not Eiderson for wraps and saccules at 50c in this sale at 35c per yard. A Federal grand jury has indicted cattlo on the Winchester market Montheir votes. Three of them sell to ono been decided who will fill tho cabinet Luke Usher, president of the defunct day. Tho highest juice realized was 35c per yard. Men's all leather Yankee suspenders for 35c, sold at of the poor black man, who is no long- - vacancy which 50c everywhere. National Bank of Potsdam, N. Y., on for a lot of er loved by the rads since he has Sam J. Shackelford, the newly elect 11 counts, alleging tho misappropri- brought 3.K5. Fat hogs sold at 3c. ed clerk of the court of appeals, does shown a llttlo will of his own. Farris .V Whitley sold to Wolhl, to of 8700,000. not take charge of the olllco until the ation aro down South rob- go this week, 105 export cattlo at 4 Shrewd Yankees Let us come beforo His presence first Monday in September, 1898, but !K) feeders at :l. The above firm with thanksgiving and make a joyful he will hold until 190.'1, or a little more bing the Negroes under the pretence and has bought 1,000 barrels of corn of va of gotting Congress to enact a law A.UIUIANSKY A CO , I'ltoniirroita noise unto Him with psalms. than five years. rious parties at 81.75 delivered. Advoand deserve the We do not know Gov. McCreary's inT. D. RAXEY. Manaokh. cate. The other papers are having a great tentions with regard to making tho condemnation. Mr. R. N. Bealey, Madlson'tt king Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, llardstown, Lnwrenccburg, Cynthlsnn, Versailles, Emideal of fun over f.he democratic meet-- i Gold was first discovered in ColoraCongress but wo do know ing at Louisville last Saturday, which race for nence, (icorfc'Otown, Kliznbethtown, Frankfort, nnd Mnuckport, Ind. do in 1858 and since then the Stato has tobacco buyer of Paint Llek, bought urgent so receiving they say was for nothing else except to that he is throughout much produced 8530.000,000 in gold and sil- bought from different parties in that the districtto be average boom the Dispatch. The Lexington licitation of 50 counties in tho State 2d 75,000 pounds of tobacco on an come a candidate. As appropriate to ver. Out of 80.25 per hundred. Richmond CliTTnnli1 la ttm mnjt. i In rlnnu nf t.hi Inf.. max. subject ttao Climax reprints on its are gold producers. and absolutely grows funny in discuss-- 1 ho At Tuscuinbia, Ala., a white man A Kansas farmer, John Graham, of tak first ,Bo tho very strong Ing tho question of the duties of tho was sentenced to Ablleue, has grown a sweet potato tor Walton, of the Stanford named Will Clark, committee appointed to get subscript bf life imprisonment for criminally as- which he Is the largest In tic SemLWcokly INTERIOR JOURNAL, tlons to tho eapUal stock and increase saulting a colored girl, aged 14, when world. Itj.ays Inches in olreumfer-enc- o is 25 Louisville Post pnnts a picture the patronage of the Dispatch. We f The R Breckinridge with this he should have been hanged. and nine Inches In length. It JdS observe that the editor of this paper Is J. C. Dunham, who murdered six weighs 91 pounds. comment: "Editor Walton, of the named as the committeeman for the 8th wife, in Sanhas nom-th- e persons, among them his Tom Small, once a fainniH jockey, district, but he at least can not accept tnf"1 Interior Journal, Cal., was arrested at was ed Judge R. J. Breckinridge of ta Clara county, tried In the police, court at St. unsought honor. He wishes the Mulberry, Ark. A reward of 811,000 Louis on the charge of bugging, and legitimate un- -' Danville, for the democratic nom Dispatch well In all Its had been offered for his arrest. was given four hours to leave town. Ho but his own paper takes tion for attorne Bonenl, and other A woman who brought suit in the was throughout the 8th district are the oldost jockey on tho turf, and every bit of 14 hours a day six days of , P!lPe (seconding the motion. Judge Breck- - Federal court of Indianapolis, Ind., some years ago was worth 810,000, and every week In the year. inridge is a younger brother of the for 8100,000 for alleged infringements was a familiar figure at Latonhi, & orator of Fayette, of patents and trade marks for cosmet Sheepshcad Bay and Gravusond. He Giving thanks always for all things famed ics has compromised for 8o0 cash. is 09 years old. unto God and the Father in the name and has for years been a prominent Georgo A. Taylor, cashier of the deA hogshead of now tobacco grown in moitber of the bar of Danville." of the Lord Jesus Christ. : "The prodigality of the pension roll is funct Argentine Bank at Kansas Bourbon county was sold on the markJ Tn The Interior Journal is unfelgn-edl- y responsible for enormous taxation and City, Kan., was sent to tho penitentia- et yesterday at 820 a hundred pounds. thankful for all tho blessings for much of our present financial trou- ry for four years for receiving deposits A crop of six hogsheads, of which this vouchsafed to It, the county and the na bles, says tho Courier-JournaThat when he knew the bank was insolvent. was one. realized an average of $13.00. BY tion, but for several days Its editor has the ranks of pensioners are full of The maddest man lives in Indianapo- Very little now tobacco is coming in, 01 a mi-- , trawds admits of no doubt, and tho pros-iou- s been undergoing tne tortures lis. He sued for and recovered 83,000 but it is averaging about three times attack and la therefore incompe-- J pCCt 0f tho speedy addition of at least which he lost in a faro bank and after tho price received at this time last tent to tho task of expressing himself j ioo.OOO more is an alarming suggestion, his case was won ho found that under year. Courier-Journain fitting terras. Our readers will Tho expenses of the government are the Indiana law tho money went to his Wagers it Cohou, bought during the please take it all for granted, ns many ni,.earty far out running its revenues, wife. past week SO cattlo of S. A. Deather-age- . . of them know that when ono has such an( tuo support of a greater army of 39 of C. T. Wells. 30 of J. B. Elli Tho interior department estimates an attack he feels more like expressing jencndentd than tho musters of the war the total Indian population of tho Uni- son, 31 of Brcck Maupin. 20 of W. S. Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Uridles, himself, in words with many dashes in ever showed must soon call for addi- - ted States exclusive of tho New York Jones and 8S of J. S. Collins. All wero them Instead of in those on thankgiv-in- g tional taxation. feeders, ranging in weight from 800 to Buggy Robes, Horse Ulankets, Whips, &c. Indians and tho five civilized tribes, at occasions made and provided. on 177 reservations, 1,000 pounds. The price was from 3 to 117,17S, located Room Opposite Court- -I louse Square, Stanford, Ky 3 cents. They also bought 500 fat hogs Told embracing 33,401,837 acres. V rei'UULUJAN club at Louisville is of St. Louis $100,- - of various parties at from 2! to 3 cents. J. K. Megibbeu, a distiller and turf- 000It will cost the city all its schools ' Ilichmond Registor. going to send delegates to Columbus to this year to supply help prevent the election of Hannu, man of Cynthiana, has failed. The world's shipments of wheat last and being reluctJohn E. Liggett, tho millionaire to- with free text books, money who sent a man to Frankfort to preonce, week were 9,805,000 bushels, but while at ant to expend as much vent the election of anybody but Hun- bacco man of St. Louis, is dead. tho city will only mako a beginning of this was large, for thoy compare to During the year ending August .11, ter. If the Louisville crowd succeed bushels last neck, and to 9,fc07,-00- 0 mako the supply comwlj e ! 5'Pft iw 9) tu as well as Hanna didn't succeed, the the fire loss in Louisville was $79,012.- - it, intending to bushels for tho corresponding week plete in time. 111 tne senate win soon ue 70. boss' seat Withers shows the brightest, cleanest line of Furniture, The president has pardoned another last year, an unusually large part of this John Ryan, Sr., one of tho richest warmed by a better man. Hanna has was from tho United States, whllo Rusthis time a been on the down grade ever since and most widely known men in the embezzling bank cashier, man who had stolen 850,000 and had re- sia, the only real computltor of tho South, died at Atlanta. Bradloy warned him to attend to his mnos r. j!,no nas surpriseu jncw ceived a live years' penitentiary sen- United States, was furnishing less than own business and when a man starts embezzler uro her quotn. down hill, every thing seems greased York by sending his checks to credi tence. Tho forger and moro dangerous to society than tho 110 years ago. tors for debts contracted Wall Paper, Window Shades, Rugs, Portieres and Lace Curtains. I for an easy descent, John Avinger and family, living burglar, and their crimes, if on a large keep the stock to select from. Price is an object. Look and you Already, it is said, John B. Thomp- near Greenville, Ind., wcro poisoned scale, cause more misery man assassi will be convinced. nations. son, of Harrodsburg. is preparing to by eating poke root for horso radish. Into the ring again for shy his castor Clara Tuck, a colored woman, aged IrV. FARM AND TRADE. Congress. If he does, It is to be hoped Go years, dropped dead while attending . ho has better running qualities than a baptl.lng at Peedee, Christian coun ' Unabridged?' Successor of the Cnmnitz, Manager. Brunch Store at Ilustonville, II. Samuel Duddcrar sold to Pony Beaz-lc- y before. Jessamine Journal. Don't you ty. Tho Oue Great Standard Authority, J). J. llrewer. 39 hogs at 3c. 80 wrlU- Hon. Citizens of Nashville, Tenn., prebother about John B. He can't run. Justice U. S.ftuprfuio Court. Foil Sale. Some nice, fat hogs, year ago. sented a silver service to tho gunboat Standard That was demonstrated a Nashville at tho Portsmouth Navy great and small. Jos. Ballou. J. G. Burnslde, of Garrard, sold to THE Mt. Sterling papers are engagYard. UueBdwolboofcs. A portion of the celling of Represen- Pony Beazley 11 feeders at 4Jc. ed In a wordy war over the question Headed toy U. S. MODEL, DO. 38,353. 4 "Warmly whether foot ball shall bo allowed tatives' Hall at Frankfort foil, aud tho J. M. Roberta sold 14 yearling heifi commended Son of Mover's Modol, No. 29.710, tho Rrentost breeding hog living, and HUNDLEY'S chamber'may not be ready for occupan- ers at Lancaster Monday at $10.50. by SUta SuperinteDk'nM , there. It scums to bo u waste of enerOLAUDE, No. 12,001, son of tho World'H Columblnn Champion, Claude, No. 11,007. 1'lno, of ftcnooM, Collciru I'rvtl-dnU,aiulothcriiiicaton J. S. Campbell sold to George W. gy. Let tho game go on. Those who cy till January 1. toppy young boars ready for norvlco. A fow show gilts old enough to brood, nnd brodsowq u nlinoit wltbout Dumber. In every rcspoct, with specialty, for sale, This stock Is strictly aro tho only sufferers and If ono A stove In an Ohio Valley passenger DoBord a lot of corn at 82 delivered. play it Invaluableami tn pedigrees. Prlcea rcnsonablo and satisfaction guaranteed. Wrltoyour wanU or como and Him-za- r In thit houftehoM. gets killed or severely hurt, It will fur- coach exploded while the train was At tho Lexington horso sales, sco my hogs. I lie teacher, Kiimnr, pro- A fow fresh Jersey Cows for sale. Thoy aro good ones. Also Mammoth Pokln Duck brought 82,500 and Imp. Masseto, IfMinnai man, nnu nish a live item for once for the papers near Dckovcn. The car was wrecked A. E. HUNDLEY, Hox 105, Danvlllo, Ky. Eggs, 81 for 13. and several persons were badly Injured. 8.J.000. of that city. ! THE BEST FOR PRACTICAL USE. The C. & O. has opened threo miles Squire N. B. Coy, of Madison, is buy- It U easy to find the word wanted. The Glasgow News offers to bet that more of double track In tho vicinity of all tho corn ho wants at 81.50, says the the pronunciation. If It U easy to ascertain growth of a word. It la easy to trace the when tho nomination for Congress is Maysville. This makes 20 miles of Register. la easy to learn what a word means. It made in this district, Gov. McCrcary double track on the Cincinnati division t G. A. Swinebroad has sold 30 GOO to Tho Raleigh Now as Observer mays r of it. There of this road. Our IndlTldual preferenof were formerly to will bo found astraddle cattlo during tho last few another dictionary, but better acquaintance with WeUU (the International! will bo no takers to that bet. Gov. It has full Courses of Study In ul departments. It has trained nnd experienced tench- The condition of the Spanish regard It as the most Taluablc. ami bu fed us toIt as the standard as far usaujumi nra. it has nil neeurui facilities ror 1110 inorouim iruininir or jirl McCrcary la as dead sure to bo .nomi- in Cuba is said to bo pitiable. soldiers days at 3Jc. ; . . . toconitder r v.. w.. Many dictionary should be so accepted. Carroll B. Raid was In luck at Nash- established for tho welfaro ana convenience or atanrora nnu Lincoln county. Let all the nated as tho day arrives. obt Trie sew. and vicinity, lnstend of dissipating their Influenco by patronizing oth aro dying by tho roadside and the forts villo Monday, winning two races, ono people of Stanford tVSpdiaen psges sent on application to umwu uiiu nearly support. er scnoois, rauj urounu mo iuuiku hu '" " Thanksgiving day dawned with in tho interior are nothing more than with his Sister Stella and tho other J G.Jk'C. MEXRIAM CO., Ppbllaher; Noxt Session opens Sept. 6th. ui iuii iiiiuiiuutiuu tun uij ura. oilllliuy Hi mu COIlOlTOOr gprimgneia, mmmm., u.&.a. M. SHELTON, I'jikidmt. prospect of rain. hospitals. clouded skies and with James B. Gentry's Oral. write for catalogue ' Anderson, of Garrard, sold to D. M. John Young Brown Is said to bo Sam Jones was fined $20 for disorder- ly conduct at Lexington Tuesday. You Anderson, of this county, 14 yearling f I U wutinff wistful eyes at tho KovernorUNA TU I? I JUllJ HUIllllUll dUUlUUllJ'sl again. But one term of that thank- - can guess whethor It was tho preacher steers at 824.84. M' ' k1 U vn.-r-v-r I I .. ... - ANOTHER MARKING DOvVN AT less olllco Bradley? ouht to do a man, Eh Gov. or not. By a vote of 11 Louisville Store 10e BARGAINS. e, I 700-poun- d , Bro-naug- h I M -- "'...,. I " y, Bargains. tc I11I-tlo- , ( J Bargains. 6-y- ard lu ( 1,100-poundcr- s, THE LOUISVILLE STORE. pen-stoni- ex-slav- sin-cerc- st I I J Expert Glass Cutters. 1 . f Window Lights Furnished In All Sizes at the Lowest Prices. CRAIG silver-tongue- d HOCK BR. sfcd-lii- 111 WSkjafjjBiateieBBfciaKkMaWMBMaVsmatBagtalBm l. UODGRCAKinG l. J. C. M'CLARY, i ) j Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funfirnl Director. fl M ; News Briefly EmzmME&gmE8EEm ( W TTTEI WTffTTfaTG" w Jbi f Carpets, Matting, li. r J Webster's International; Dictionary - W. WITHERS. STANFORD. jiign Locust Herd Reg. Poland Cfiinas. first-cla- ss to , 11 I Where to Send My Girl to School Send Her to Stanford College. -- ?" 800-poun- d - ku --- - r'fl rii.n jfe-,- ' - & fr 'm " rn tfjnjwrr "- - tswjfw. 'i Lirr Dunks repair your wntcli. J. T. JONKS tinner and plumber. - THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., -- Tho assistant postmaster general has Nov. 25, 1897 E. C. Walton, Business Makauki:. -. - I'ltlscimi'lONH nro r- at right prlcoH at Penny's Drug Store. ll Hod right and PERSONALS. 1 Mlts. Mauv Penny went to Lexington yesterday. Miaa Iti'iiv Huston, of Hustonvlllo, Is vlttltlug ruhitivo here. Miss MakV Cooic. of Goshen, Is with Mrs. K. C. Walton. Pmni Haumann went up to RichCottaoi:. Miss Mary Morgnn is mond yeatorduy to vtult his bon. having a pretty cottage built on bur lot Miss MAltY liLK'lN returned from in the west end of town. Hamilton College Wednesday. Don't fall to pay your taxes beforo Miss Maky llitiuirr spent several Doc. 1st, when (J per cent will bo adddays with friends In Lancaster. D. Newland, sheriff. MlSSKS MAKCIAItKT AND GKItTIlUDIJ ed. T. m Issued nn order prohibiting the writing Pailmkils, read Hlgglns & McKtn- of J. T. Joni-- 4, tinning unci plumbing. directions for delivery on third or ney's ad. fourth-clas- s mall matter or tho writing Mon'HY to loan on farms. Apply to ! iCtftJ Dots your old truss hurt ? Wo or printing of samu on second-clas- s box 108, Stanford. I am now prepared to mako all kinds of Plcturo Frames to order from tho Cheapest to guarantee a perfect lit. Penny's Drug matter. GUNS, loaded shells andamunitiouat the Most Expensive. All work done Promptly and Satisfaction Guaranteed. Also carry Store. tho Largest aud .Most Complete lino of Craig fc Hooker's. inStock must bo reduced. Special We still have a supply of conl on ducements to cash buyers. Come and Oils, Varly To buy Fmnll farm of SO or 75 acres. bund. .1. II. Huughman C. to .1. T. SIIADOAN. Somerset, Ky. see. Mark Hardin. Z TuusSES at hulf )rlce. Perfect lit In Central Kentucky. Handsome line of Pine PICTURES for tho Holidays. Call and sec. ALL tho towns around us are short on guaranteed. Craig fc llockcr. coul. Buy your supply while you can Iluy and 'll fnnns. or exchango for city WiNDOW glass inallslzcs. Bottom get It. J. II. Baughinan & Co.. proiHTtv. Ht"t Hit of l'lirins to stulcct from, No. .100 Main Street. Danville, ICv. prices at Penny's Drug Store. nil klnifs and sizes. l'AY your taxes now. There are onADAMS A: HOWn. Real Hstnto Agent1), It. N.w.i.. Tin: most stylish and complete lino ly a few more days till Dec. 1st, when I. Malinger Cor. fith and JulTer-oof stationery to be found in Stanford at tho penalty of six per cent will bo add- Farm Department. Louisville, Ky. ed. T. D. Newland, sheriff. ' Craig & Hooker's. FICTW1E FMJHE 3 WANTED. t Aj-p- Farm Exchange. Wall Paper, Window Shades, Paints, nishes, Brushes Window Glass ''-2m A. E. GIBBONS, n. THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS. d The Rowland public school, Logan R. Hughes, principal, and X. W. Hughes, assistant, closed a successful term Tuesday afternoon, when a pleasing program was rendered. A largo number of the patrons of the school woro present. We have, in addition to our Clones and Capes, A circular from a largR city firm showing cuts and prices, and ifwc can not suit you we will order anything they have at their price and when two or more order at one time we will pay express on same. NOKLare visiting In Garrard. Miss Annip.Taylou, of McKlnney, is visiting Miss Salllo Dudderar. Is Miss Nkllii: Dillon, the guest of Mrs. Mattle Noius. Mils. ANN!!. McClauy Is attending a missionary meeting at Junction City. of KLDKK Lancaster, J. Q. MONTUOMl'.ltY and G. K. Wilkinson, of Liberty, were bore Tuesday. Mlt. G. A. SwiNP.UKOAn left Tuesday morning for Tennessee to huymoro cattle. MISS SAKAH HinOINIIOTHAM. of d. Garrard, is the guest of Miss Jonnlo-Nowlan- Missks Flouii: Hkatii and Annik Uhli.i; ILMiiiKlt are guest of Mrs. T. J. Potter. Mlts. ltoiiKUT L. WlilTK left jester Moreland for $2,U.'0. day for Mt. Pleasant, W. Va., to visit IK you havn't anything else to bo IlAYDEN Hurt. This from yestergive thanks bethankful for day's Lexington Herald, will bo sad cause things nro no worse. news to the young man's many friends A. C. Sink Is filling nn order for a hero: "Mr. C. II. Haydon, poital clerk handbomo residence which will bo on the C. fc O. between Lexington and built .by Hid. J. Q. Montgomery in Lib- Ashland, had all of tho lingers on his erty. right hand broken nnd badly mashed , Wi: have lost money in our ship- In an accident near Morehcad Tuesments of turkeys by giving a too liber- day. In manipulating the lover to grab al price. From now on wo will pay 7c. a mail pouch ut one of tho smullcr staat our slaughter house. J. K. Chris- tions, his hand was caught between the face of tho door and the lever. No tian Ax Bro. phjsiclan being on tho train, ho was Sales. Judge W. E. Varnon sold forced to leave tho mangled hand to Mrs. D. W. Vandcvuor Ills rosidonoo until ho reached this city. pike for $i,f00 and The injury will prevent his return to on tho Cut-of- f bought of S. P. Stagg tho cottage on duty for several months. Iogan Avenue occupied by William to-da- y, Green Ticket Lonsdale Cotton for 36 inch Good Brown Cotton for Pair lo-- 4 Blankets for Home iMade Quilts Wide Roman-stripePercale, good quality Three CakcsToilct Soap for Mason's Blacking Penholder and pen Large, thick Paper Tablet 25 Envelopes Bottle Good Ink Bottle Best Ink (5c- - 4c 49c ii 49 8c 5c 3c 3c 4c 3c 3c 4c Tanner Bros., McKinney W. Ho SHAMS. MARK HARDIN, Cash Dealer In Groceries, Dry Goods, Notions, &c. Good Goods at the Lowest Possible Cash Goods sold on time but one ed Public Sale. I tives In Garrard. Louis Disttlinoi'.r was lined 8"i for Mil W. II. IIinoiNS and little (laughters, Mary and Klivuibolh, went to lllch cor.tumpt of court by Judge Millurat Louisville for saying "abor nit." Thus mond yesterday. Mkskiis. W. G. MeKlNNKY and A does history repeat Itcolf. Judge Sattf-le- y lined a man tho tamo amount once A. MeKInney, Jr., returned to .Monfor addressing him famllllarly while tgomery, Ala., Tuesday. HOUN, to the wife of W. A. Kolil, of on tho bench as "Brother." this city, another "Hux," an Since removing tho pnslghtly buildSomerset 1'nrugon. ing from the cornor of Main and Mill SlMT. W. S. Mautin, of the L. A: N, Street, Mr. J. C. Hays Is greatly Imwas hero Tuesday and yesterday with proving his lot by grading the yard and Chief Dispatcher W. F. Sheridan. enclosing it in a neat fence, the front CinMil Thomas W. Paxton, of to be of stone two feet high, with an cinnati, came over Tuesday to see iron one on that of IS Inches. Messrs W. H. and A. T. Traylor. e keeper doA 8INOLE nervy Miss Hkssik 1M:nninoton, who is came over lled a lot of raiders In Nclon county In business at Lexington, yesterday to visit Miss Annie Alcorn. and the cowards lucked their tails and keepers In Thomas II. Shanks came home departed. Let the eat this county emulate his example if they from College at Lexington to Thanksgiving turkey with his home are troubled in a similar manner, which by tho way wo believe will notbedone. folks. Postmaster John W. Kout spent The Fremont Company, which is several days at Livingston helping composed of good actors, played hero Judge J. W. Alcorn with ills star throe nights this week to losing busirouting business. ness. They really deserve a good GKOIKli: H. WEAKEN, of the llrm of but our people have gotten H. K. Wenren & Son, has gonu on the used to f0 and Too shows and could not road for the buggy llrm of Slimier A; be made to bullovo that they could see Co., of Cincinnati. a good one for 10, 20 aud IIOo. toll-gattoll-gat- e m o, No Thanksgiving turkey hnd been her mother. sent us up to tho hour of going to press, Mlts. Thank Hahuis and son, Al- but Mr. Cicero Reynolds wat clever bert, of Lebanon, are guests of Mrs. W. enough to present tho editor and busiH. MeHoborts. ness manager with some birds which Mahsiiall N'OKL, of Lebanon Junc- will havu to tako the place of the fes' tion, Is sending a few days with rela- tlvo turkey. 'I'lui f1wvil ..niipt. Mint ON ' r'ldeneo near Paint Llrk. hy., I will TiwimIiiv niul nmile rotiHltlornhln proj, At mi' U() (Il.Ht WlKll.rf 0I10 No i harnos ress towurds tho Until freeing of nil tho mare. 5 vear old. can trot a mile In --'::10. and Is .perfect Iv gentile for women and ..ibn.. lfin.c. lil1fl..t.i .i " n A vitur nhi TTUiri. 1. ....".... trot flpli'.t nUnZI.'U. J 'IM... r t. ..!. (I II1IIO j.iivv;, CUI1 i.mwiiu ..!!. iiiuviiiuuitimiua 11.. ....III.. accept1 thatNo. one oiultlnvdIII gelding. 4 good mares l through Its olllcers, agreed to nil bred a.,, n mile for Its 1(1 miles, the conn- - yar,i, to good lacks, It extra good one- mnreiiiiiUw. "extra good ty's Interest of about $1,000 to bo de- - old horse mules. 2 otia good mare mule ducted, and to tako the county bonds, if tho Chicago llrm did not. This was tho celebrated. HubbloJoo IitncUiurn. 2 No. ' ...i mil' vniiiir' liii'ks. 2 and :i venrs old. both bv . Joe hhicklmr... Jr.. II good jennetts, all bred .,,.. x,,.-- . ,. mm - to good j. hi; i uriiui s inu, .iiuiiiuiiuj iv CofJacks and one Jennett colt. IS good cuttle, and IS good calves, B3 fey's Mill Turnpike pike, 0 liles, was ' . ,,, gioiI sheep, about 50 of them owes all bred bought for the individual stock to good bucks, II sows and pigs, and 75 good 000, the county ulreudy owning the bal wheats. 75 to 100 bushels of nice heed wheat. ' 50 bushels nice clean seed rye. 25 bushels auco. good turnip. 400 barrels of corn and 300 farm. The Stanford fc Lancaster pike, 0 shocks of fodder on tho It. to miles, aud including tho new iron with good place sellfeed twelve mouths time, on Will Tkiims. bridge over DIx River, was taken for with per CLiit Interest. Sale to commence, 1MI.M-- l.'iii't'H STOCK, CROP, &C. FRIDAY, DEC. 3, 1897, Prices. "No -- 1 oiu-yo- ar- i; Low Cash Price To ALL. Preparing Veterinary Remedies Is a feature of our Prescription Department upon which wo pride ourselves. Wo do not slight such prescriptions because the medicines are to be given to domestic animals. Drugs and chemicals of doubtful quality aro not "good enough" at our store. This is why you fchould bring us your prescriptions for Condition Powders, Liniments, Poultry Medicines, Hog Cholera Kemedies, Dog Medicines, Ac. Wo also have a large number of formulas for for preparing all kinds of remedies for all diseases of domestic animals. I I Clell-Terr- lll (1 $:i,fi00. at 10 a. m.. sharp. A h ' r his ThnnkegiVing drunk Wednesday afternoon nnd was venting his wrath on those Negroes who failed U vote, when Marshal Nuwland ran across him. Ho was taken before Judge Car-sowho lined him $". A few moments LETCHElt OWSLEY, of Lancaster, later he was found guilty of another seems to have boon struck on the Fre- charge, when another lino of 85 was While at Lancaster Monday nn I. J. added. reporter had tho pluusuro of attending mont show. Ho has been over hero The next entertainment at Walton's tho chrysanthemum show given by the two nights this week. Mauoakkt Dunn and Oporu House will be one of unusual ex- ladles of tho Presbyterian church of Ednii Hurdetto and Miss Margaret Ma cellence. Tho Boston Stars, a compa- that placo. 13 very species of the beauson, of Lancaster, took the train hco ny of much musical note, will give a tiful winter (lower wus on exhibition concert on the evening of Dec. 11, nnd the urrangomont was exceedingly for Hendorson yesterday. W. T. Ml'.lMMEE, who bus boon op- which ought to draw all the music lov- artistic. The ladies were obliging nnd erator at Livingston, has been trnns-- f ers in this section. The Anderson, kindly gave tho namos of tho various rrcd to Lebanon, and at Livingston I ml., Herald, says of them: A more varieties and In a fow moments tho reRobert llorton, of that place has taken delighted audience never crossed tho porter learned more about flowers than charge. threshold of an auditorium In Ander ho ever dreamed of knowing. Tho IN remitting for h's paper, Mr. II. son than that which turned from the amount realized for tho splendid cause N. Ware, of Fenwlek, Washington Christian church at 10 o'clock last was largo and tho good ladies ure to bo county, says' "I want your good, dem- night. Four hundred people had been congratulated on tho success of their enterprise. ocratic paper again. Every white man charmed for moro than two hours. should tako it." Lucky Find. Somo 18 months ago Do You Love Music? If so, sccuro s ono of tho latest andprettlcst Thomas If. Shanks, whllo out ut HOME NEWS. of tho day, by mailing Ten cents G. Lynn's, took a bath In a pond on his farm. He was wearing his moth- (silver or stamps) to cover mailing and JUST In. Fine China. Dunks. er's engagement ring and it slipped lostnge, to tho undersigned for a copy (Mark enJ.- T. JONUS plumber and tinner. from his linger whllo In tho water. uf tho Big Four Two-Ste- ) Wo are giving .Mrs. Shanks was naturally worried velope DANKS Is opening Xinns goods. over the loss, but had long since given this music, which is regular Call and see Hamilton's now stock It up us gone forever. A fow days ago, sheet music, at this exceedingly low for the purpose of advertising, of Xiuu8 goods. whllo tho pond was bomg cleaned out, nnd testing the valuo of tho different ix Negro boy found and returned It to You will find everything good to cat Mrs. Shanks, who is by far prouder of papers ns advertising mediums. 13, O. at W. II. Ilrady's. MeCormick, Pass. Tralllc Manager, It than tho duy it waa presented. "Big Four Route," Cincinnati, O. LOADED shells, hunting coats and Wreck.- - An ugly wreck thrco miles Mention this paper when you write. lcgglns. W. B. McRoborts. South of Hazel Patch was caused WedA Kansas editor thus tells of his A MULE belonging to Charlie Arm- nesday morning by tho first section of colored, had threo legs cut off freight No. 112 running Into tho second joys and borrows: "Our road tax this strong, section of No. 30. Eleven cars of coul year was $1. Wo could not pay it and by a train yesterday. aud four others, also loaded, were ditch- have been sentenced to work tho road Lard cans, meat cutters, sausaso ed and tho englno of 32, which left tho for 15 days. Thcro will bo no Usuo of stutters, lard prcssers, butcher knives truck, wus buried under tho debris. this paper for tho next two weeks. But at IHpglna & McKlnney 's. Tho engineer and fireman both saved tho county will havo to board us, so wo rapidly, so tako their lives by jumping, but tho latter will como out SG ahead." Coal Is advancing advantage of tho low prices offered you had ono of his arras severely hurt. No. t. n. n 30 had stopped on Crooked Hill to mako The biggest job of work done In tho nOW. J. a. uuuguiimu w v,u. somo repairs and when her flagman Hardin circuit court was accomplished Rev. DEW saya that It takes no edu went buck to set his signal No. 32 camo Thursday, when ono jury In toless than eight Negroes tho tho cation, no religion and no capital to thundering downTho track causing tho an hour sentterms extending from flvo morning passenfor business of fault finding, above trouble act up In tho 10 tinnra frm hnrrrlnrv and prand lar- 3:15 did not arrive unhero and that consequently thcro are more ger duo 8 at ceny. Nows. nearly o'clock. til people engaged In It than any other. u, Mr-siMMBs Mils. Kate Di'DDKUAU went to Louisville Tuesday to attend the marriage of her son, John P. Smiley, to Mlts Ida Vance, of that city. Lac y aNI II AltltY Mokhktt, or Central Pnlverslty, ciimu down yosturday to spend Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Gaines. Arch Jones. coloroJ, started In on Those thoo roads were freed yesterday and tho jniles on them nroso to go down no moro forever. Knob Lick and Stanford pike, "i tulles, wus offered by President C. Fowler at Sl.'l'i a mile, provided the Chicago llrm tukes the bonds. The offer was accepted but the poles will not be taken down till the Chicago people are heard from. The company says its road Is for sale and it is going to sell it on other terms if this fails. The following roads made oilers: Danville it Lancaster, -- I miles at'$2(i0; Lancaster & Crab Orchard, o miles, jJSOO per mile; Cut on" pike at Stanford, two miles for $."00, and Sum ford As 10 miles, at ihOQ. Court offered last named $."00, but it was declined. Squires John Halley and John woro appointed a committee to examine tho Lancaster nnd Crab Orchard pike and report. The court will meet again noxt Tuesday, .'10th, when they will hear bids for tho other roads and take what action may bo necessary against those who do not come to time. litis-tonvtlle, Kd-mist- DR. H. RAMSF.V. W. P. Prewltt. Auc'r. Klrksvllle. Ky. Paint Lick, Ky. PUBLIC SALE. In order to settle the estate of tho late Amanda T. Crow, I will on Saturday, Dec. i8tli, 1897, undhlded Interest of the holrs of Mrs. Maggie McAfee In tho dower of tho aforesaid Amanda T. Crow, which contains StU the PENNY'S DRUG STORE. wtmmM&mmmmmmmmmmmm .THAT. Twenty Fivo Acres of Land At the same With all the Improvements. time and plnce I will sell the remulnder of the farm, alt of which contains Tia.x-lx.- y While you are giving thanks for your turkey, we want to thank you for favors past and ask a share of your patronage in the future. 103 ACUSiS VINE LAND. county. Farm lies :IS miles V est of Stanford. Ky.. on the Knob Lick pike and on tho East side of the Hanging Pork. It adjoins the lauds of the Lite .lames A. Harris and Isaac Jones. The alxivo placo Is In a high state of cultivation. Has a slv room dwelling and necessary outbuildings, fronts 011 pike and is In ono of the best of neighborhoods. The Mile will bo made on the farm at 10 o'clock, A. M on tho As good as any In Lincoln I iitxivo Tiatsis. Made known on dav of sa 0. For furthtr particulars call on oruddressi C1IAS L. CROW, E.x'or, date. McKlnnev Kv. Aim Has been to merit your patronage by Fair Dealing, Low Prices, Good Goods. You can save the price of a turkey by buying your YOUR KIDNEYS filter the Uric Acid and poisons out of the by.stem through the urine if they nro acting right. If not, the results are Ilaclcnche, llright's Disease, RheumalUndder Trouble, tism, Neuralgia, Dropsy, Diubetes, Nervousness, Disorders, etc. All these diseases can be Dlood ($ Overcoat, Cloaks, Blankets, Shoes and Underwear of us. Two-Step- Mr-Joh- n - "The action of Dr. ltobbs Sparatrus Kidney Pills In my case was almost miraculous. A jcar ago I came here from Paducah to die at ray daughter's home. I passed nearly a year of My legs measured buffering without liojw. luetics around tliecales. My urine tweiity-hl- x cent, albumen with other imcontained 40 parities. The Iint box of the pills removed nearly all the swelling. Now, after taking four boxes, I can walk a mile without stopping and nit-- irmicral health Is better than it has been for I six jears." John P. Zklnbh, Crab Orchard, Ky. ! Mr. Zelner wlieu at Paducah, served as Sheriff and County Commissioner 01 xucL.raCKcn CURED tr SEVERANCE ifTiK?3fc, & a XSZ ricjss'c.vj;yi?j:' Ttr.l.'iTj' WVi .. SONS iS 'JK 'JV1 -- WE ARE NoW- - .A-GKESIDTTS Co., Ky. p. "Two-Step."- 50-ce- ht PARAGUS Kidney rOlt AI.K AT - I'OU - rn-to- Penny's Drug Store, THE OLIVER CHILLED FLOWS, 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE m m jyTTnjra Anyone tending a sketch and description msy whether an quickly ascertain our opinion free Oommumcji. Invention Is probably patentable, tuVMStrtctljionfldentUU. Handbook on Patent! rlnirpatenu. sent free, oldest ap encyj fo' A Patents taken through Mann toe Co. receive cianre, in periat notict, without A handsomely Ulastrated weekly. Copyrights Ac. Trade Marks Designs Dick's Feed Cutters, Hocking Valley Corn Shelters, Brown's Cultivators. Studebaker Wagons, &c. Come and bee uh when you 1 penl-tontlo- ry Sckufflic HNKrkM. want anything In the Implement lino. or any seftBttaa Journal. Terms, 13 a by allMWWlealers. yiaFt four rnonttu, L HIGGINS & m'KINNEY. ,. . j mjjfaA . fc -- !k!Jv. "Tf- - " ?r at- I' I Er i; ' ' K If A Word To Vou. ried. aged 73. liucklin't Arnica Sahv, d Oot you rSlmvci ntul Haircut lit Larkin Phillips, who has been llurlier Shop. Ho U ntul The for as a counterfeiter for 20 years, wjrvs, ocit salrn In the world sore, cuts,, bruises best Imrlier In Crnti Orelmrd,iho slickest 61) Ky. riicinii, lerer letter, chap was urrested in Somerset. A great deal of valuable timber is ROBERT FISH, being destroyed by forest fires in tho Mcltoborts, Druggist. The crnck burlier, U now buck nt lit old Htanri In .Mr. Kgliert'it ready to TINNING & PLUMBING, which M. E. Prewitt announced that vicinity of Barbourvlllo. jOiiivo niul haircut. All glvo you n TIME needing work nliotilri call on lilm. Ho It STANFORD, Sanford Finch was given 10 years in ample entertainment had been provid suru to plenno you. Urnli Orchard, Kv. 03 ed for all present by the ladies of More-lau- d the penitentiary by a Pulaski county- Is now prepared to do nil kinds of Plumbing KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. nnd Tinning. Solo proprietor of Dean's ricinlty, as far as eatables wero jury for attempting to assault Mrs. Susan lllack Diamond Itoof l'nlnt. Telephonu Trains leave Stinford at 7.10 a. m. and I p. iu concerned. After a most delightful Allen, of Somerset. Finch is about 17 SHELBY & SHELBY, 20, residence Shop on .Mill St.. oppslte No. OF returning at 4: 23 p. m and U:03 p. m. J. 11. Itaughninii .tCu.'H Mill. -- ..Proprietors dinner of cvorything nice which heart years of ago. KNOXVILli DIVISION. W. W. Pigg has sued Madison coun-l- y could wish, the association met again A Book for Young and Old. LIVERY.FEED& SALE.STABLE 12 37 p m .. No. 21 Train going North 1:30 to find that Prof. W. C. Gr infor $8,250 for tho purchase prlco of at 3 13 a ui ' " No 'i " 12 04 pni stead and Misses Lula and Jennie Ox- - a turnpike, tho bond issue on which " South No. 23 " Junction City, Ky. OUR 27 p ui " " WE CURE No. ? " ley, of Boylo couuty, had adjourned tho fiscal court rolled to pay for tho ursl'Uans mrnouu, prompt attention, very 305 For allll'olnts. A portion or your patronage Is reasonable rate RECORD NERVOUS their meeting at Junction City and had road, falling to carry at tho Into elec Motlly In wnll fenced, ull 18 rcsectiull7 solicited, THRO'lOIt TICKKTS SOLD. astion. Esrd I87S und hat nil tho necessary Impravo-menl- t. BAGOAUE CHECKED TIWOUGH. como over to help Lincoln enjoy her BLOOD We will well prlvntelv nnd on eawy In Mercer tho owners of 77 miles of sociation. For anj Information enquire ot OKNTltV llUOd. Uirms. T. L. 250,000 SKIN Mr. Grinstcad was called upon to plko which do not pay a dividend ofStanford, Ky. JOE S. RICE, Agent, KOWLAM). KV., DISEASED Stanford, K. open tho discussion on "Systematic fered to turn them over to tho county PRIVATE Has Gone Back into the Coal Teachlnu," which ho did in his usual free of charge. Tho remaining 90 MEN QUEEN & CRESCENT. DISEASES miles wero offered at 81 to 81,500 a milo interesting and forcible manner. Business, CURED Trains pass Junction City as follows: Mr. Prewitt then delivered his fa and it will cost 850,000 to buy them. And will keepconntuntlvoii hand the Jelll4 02 p in 11 S7 a m No. 2 North No. l.South co, l'nlls itrnncli and otfier lot Coalt nnd 346am mous "Proctor Knott's Duluth Speech." 1121pm " 4 " No 3 " Tho Boyle county fiscal court, after a nnk thu uitronngo of the public Htuiuonl " 1123am " 0 " ......130 pm The ladies too did their part, for Miss No.S protracted session Friday afternoon, 6 00 n m " 10 " 8 20 p m friendho wutit Coal run le.'ivu onlerA with No. 9 " J. II. lllggliiK, which will receive prompt atNolo Vim. B and do not run Sundays. 9 and 10 Florence Bibb read a very creditable mado a counter proposition to the turnCURED T. Ii. SIIKI.TON. South than Junction City, netlher essay on "Lltertry Training" and Misd tention s:ono further pike owners, offering In tho aggregate, o they run Sundays. lUUnb ITI AN nenlnst nature of Lexington, favored tho $12,100 for tho eighty miles of road Clara Goodc, STANTOUD. KV. when Iwuornnt tl tho terrible crime, you FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI RY. wero committing. Did you only cmwfder audience with nn able paper on "De- which had been priced to tho county nt tlw fnsetnatlnr nllurrtnents of this oil VIA OEUUULTOWN. Blue velopment In Nature," which betrayed $78,850, a reduction of $30,750. AdvomQiJ tho ioo uiiiu ,;ncnwere inioio cyrs opened to A. M P. M. your A. M. result, .M. a thorough knowledge of geology and cate. OF HHOOKLYN. Ar 125.1 200 LTe. Somerset, 33 juut itiui win tou inter on in d " 1131 820 evolution. Mrs. T. M. " Jet. City, contract nnv lMti VATI!nr lirmin 315 Goodknight FALL, 1897. Gen. Casslus M. Clay's girl wife says 630 4 50 Arr Georgetown, Lt 9 35 05 dtcaT Ueroyouenred? Doyounow " Frank lort, 300 gave two very excellent talks during sho has not left him and savs sho ex " 30 20 and then tcoromo. nlartninir symptoms? 1155 Ku stockt of 1'rult nndUrntuneutnl Tree : eon. i.a.ro J(".mn."T In evening on, "Habit in School" and pects to return to Whito Hall shortly. Ornpo Vines. Small IYuiU, Asparagus und Caledonian 5 30 the 8 40 Arr Paris S.'IO J.'l,.ai ATHISIt. ovury thing for Orchard, Uiwn and Unrtlen, Dally except Sunday lillvl. hO." If nrn vnu mn. on "Tho Woman's Question." Every Tho incident has given tho general a C.I.HErtCAW,U.P.A. stantly llUnr In Ureadr Is marrUBo n to thu Wo baru no agents but nell dln-c- t Co., Scotland. one enjoyed the meeting and wo must chance, which he embraced with avidfailure with rououncetmntotnny weakplanter, wiving enormous commlstdon. ness caused by early abuse or later More-lan- d appTlc.iuo'i to on hero thank the good ladles of KOUNDltD 1HOO. ity, to tell about how badly his chll llaro you been druirecl with II 1'. HIM.KN.MKVinu mercury? 1 his honklit will n i and vicinity for tho excellent din. dren have treated htm. Royal makes the food pure, l.(lnrtoii. Ky. 63 you tho renlts of thew primes mid joint wholesome and delicious. ner and kind hospitality given to all Ab tho result of a conference between Y, MKN I will iH)jitlvely euro you. It the teachers present. road owners and magistrates-elec- t showj how thousands hnve been n el br 6 STANTOni), KV. at pur iNKW TKKATMKNT. It prme. Miss Kate Blaln was present and Nicholasvllle, all the turnpikes in Jes"IV.."" nn "l All.VNTKK TO C'l'HK gave material aid throughout tho samine county arc now free. Tho road ANY fl'KAIILK CAK Oil NO OKSTAN!t)ltl, KV. ! a treat and eur AMISSIONS. meeting. E. L. Grubbs made a short owners simply throw open all gates and Paid up Capital, $200,000 00 All persons desiring Posts for plank fence, m talk on "School Discipline" and L. M. tako their chances of leasing the propsiiiicrnii:. i.m e urr diiai.vs. i mitk.vcy. DisI 17,603 80 post and ratling or wire fence ran find what they Surplus, . V II A K( KS. Kill X K V Lewis in a few appropriate remarks erty to the fiscal court, which will orwant at my store near Cedar Creek, or! the pike Hi if i, trading from dlscnses. I also ro s keep on hand Crab Orchard to Stanford Ujr prorhlons of Its rlnrtrr, thanked the people for their hospitali- ganize Jan. 1. a supply of plauk for fctitlmt, All full- - 1'nrtMtol In itlniul llauks. kinds of ty, after which the association adjournluiulr for building purposes; allosrds CURES GUARANTEED held Imlltiilusll- - IIsMp to and shliiKles. All srsous Its sharehuMrrs Ed Huston, of Anderson county, atarticle of thovxtrnt of the aiimuntuf Ihclrstuik llirrciu at this kind rau raltun lue at dcslfliig any near Cedar ed to meet Dec. 11th, tho 2d Saturday, tended a my slore "Tho Wacci of Sin" sent frr br party In the country at night, ttiorIuTalue thrrvuf, Inaildltlou to tho amount S2 . W. Hl.SfJI.intlN. Creek. VP,7?'nS .ftiamis. at Stanford, with Miss Annie McKln- - and after Its close started for homo such sliarra. lt luajr act as etxutor. :AL ' A.lf,lI,m,JJ0 " "ll. wrlto for fully as lruiti, Ac , as tli4j who an Imlithlua ney, vice president. All are cordially across a y.V.RT.MLi UliAA'K lor homi: thaiiVsto harrvnlrustfarm lot to shorten tho disi iu,.i.nr..ii. el tbclr Iiuliirs to us, wr trut thejr will invited to attend and help make tho tance, but walked over an as a ujiantrrfur promiit at"unused well totluso, and wiollrr DKN. 4th and last association of 185)7 tho In bank tention to same our SO years' MRS. U. 1) SI.Ml'SON, l'ror. that was covered with rotten boards, lni(auil as literal acroininoUtluiis asarn cuiisUtrnt most successful of all. The program which gave way VI g. POWDER with sou ti J ban under his weight and : Kentucky. will bo printed in the INTEUIOK JOUR122 W. FOURTH STREET, niKKCTOHS. Absolutely Pure Jet him drop 30 feot into its darkened J. J. Wllllsms, Mt Vrniou, E. L. G. NAL, Dec. 7th. CINCINNATI, O. Newly furnlfdicd; clean bcdH; nplciulsd depths. Ho stood in four feot of water W. II. Cumiulus, rrrarhrrsrlll; II1 iM1 J. II. Owsl.y, J. S Owslry.Sr., tabic Kvetythlng i'urters H all night before ho was rescued. S. II. Shanks. II William (.(NX U, TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. THE INTERIORJOURNAL Tho tenchcra of magisterial district No. 3 mot at Moroland Saturday nt 10:30 A. M. in tho Union church buildu."bliolieS.'"rvi.OB Aa.yo',o.rs.d. Xri4a.vo ing Vico President M. E. Prewitt. delivered tho welcome address and E. jVDV.,Yrc:rc L. Grubb3 responded. L. R. Uuphes an ijr.u YMvit and was appointed y When not no paid SS.CO will c charged. ColTey presided Becretayorgan.Miss Josio at tho T. M. Goodknight gavo an instruc. tivo and lengthy talk on tho subject of IT? Habit as Related to School," after A woman will always got up mad with her husband after ho has slept all H. M. Scars has been appointed post- through a hot night when sho couldn't. master at Scars, Pulaski county. Tho sorpont probably introduced Frank Todd, ono of tho best known himself to Evo by saying ho was nn old characters in Madison county, Is dead, friend of Adam's before they wero mar suspl-clone- VICINITY NEWS. Timely Warning ! My farm M potted and I Intend to prosecute" cncli, tiny nnd every jxirson caught In nnv way on my ptinUe. G. U. I.YON. llustonvlllo. HOTEL- Tor Snlo Furniture hint leiwo of the beat paying Hotel nt Jelllco. Tenn. Twouty-Hr- o room, thoroughly eiul)nid. Location, til. Southern .mil L. & N. It. )t. roctly oppo-dtloH)t, rjlckness cuttie for celling. Address for easy term, I'KOl'UWTOU IIUTHfi DESMOND. Jelllco, Tumi. in Illttkn-tiiorc'- H iMM (5).1 I J. T.Jon es, Mi. Mote-roo- m MmI-cIii- m WAGES S1I '.'I-- tf FOR SALET Hluo-Ora- 1 Aores Fine Land wa-tor- ed SHELTON, FIRE INSURflNCE C 250,000 - FHENIX of tcr-nol- o Grass. Nurseries. Insurance Company, Insurance Agt.. man-hno- (5 11 Oal-alog- cr J R. B. MAHON lxK-m- Farmers Bank&TrastCo Pff AKlH0 BAKINO NOTICE t 1 -- I 1 1 nr Tenilt-rliiirou- r - Kennedys Kergan ! Mason Hotel SS 11 lincnNtcr, trains. !) first-cla- Hubble, ROYAL POwBCK CO., NEW YORK. rtvCXuiEj xh:o(3-s- - Registered Du- Splendid roca. individuals Both rlast Fall's and (this Sprint's far row. Prices reasonable. No charge for crating. J. U. is H. J. McSOBEBTS, Stanford. esSSg Surgeon Dentist, A. S. PRICE, Joe Rico 'is at homo from Tenn., for awhile. George Wood and G. A. Swinebroad are in Tennessee trading now. S. M. Spoonamore is having a new verandah built to his dwelling, which will improve its appearance very much. Ellen Ross has bought a lot of S. M. Spoona. more on Cherry street, and is arrang ing to build her a new house on it soon. Bro. May will preach at the Christian church hero Sunday morning and night. Tho Spencer Hubble farm near hero is to be sold tho 2d Monday in De cember. It is a good farm of 220 acres and rented this year for 31,450. Har-riraa- n, Waoi Loads of People aid Dead Loads Have, Wen coming to nnd going from mv More, for tho last six week, but last Saturday 1 was taken by storm and completely surrendered to tho rmli of custom. My utore, room was Inadequate and tho crowd surged about the place like U'es after ic honey pot. (foods went "like hot cakes" and customers all rejoiced nt tho low prices. J. T. Sims, of Kings vllle, got the gift Clock Suturday itlid went homo with n big load of goods to please Ids wifo and children. J. J. H. J. orriCKks. S. ll.Shstils. rrmltlent: J. II. Owsley, Cashier, K. I.yuu. N. Meucfcc. Kmbry, . J. F. CaU. A. Vf. Can- - iiUt, meet SU -- A WOKI) TO- - V. M. of merchandise: llrlght T.llti PROPERTY OWNERS. 11 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANKOHU, KV. anndi of duellluga nnd barns Aro ou Insurts) si r If not. nt) r hv not ? Thon- - jjotHl nn yours CapiUl Stock $100,000. Surplus, S15.750 Are Destroyed by Fire or Lightning Kvery year, In vol vine tho loss of tullllona of dollnm. Why abould you exited to escnc from year to jear 7 1 To tho most liberal customer again next Saturday. are daises. Another Olock Goes Don't full to soo those gifts. Thiy P it H, tw jh vcJt "Before the steward takes up the collection," bald a Kansas preacher the Office orcr McRoherts' Drug Store In thef, Owsley liulldlng. other night, " wish to make a few remarks. There are over 2:20 persona In . this house, counting sinners and saints, wD3rw big and little, male and femalo, not Including: the crying babies. If each person present thinks my sermon worth the prlco of a beer or a nickel cigar, Ave red cents or a dime, let them pay that umount. If each pay a nickle it ttenUst. : Stanford, : Ky. will mako a total of $10. This repeat- y Oxfice on Lancaster street at Residence. ed every week in tho year would pay my salary. A sermon that isn't worth a nickel isn't worth coming to hear, and the person that will beat tho Lord, & SON, NOEL the preacher or tho printer is a goat 61 the most odoriferous kind." Ex. IN Cqrn and Tiny, Do You Play Cards ? Tho ChesaOrder Olllre and Feed Exchange, near tho Itallroad peake it Ohio Ry. has just issued a Crossing, Deut Street, Stanford; .Street, - Kentucky. very handsome playing card to adverCoal Yard, Mill lately J. H. Hlgglns'. tise its famoub F. F. V. trains. Tho?o Satiif.tctiou guaranteed. cards are of the finest make und quality. By special arrangements with the manufacturers, a 6mall charge of 15 cents per deck or two decks for 25 cts. 1 t ib tj? $ j tj; ?j? t it i? is made. Upon receipt of either of the above amounts in monov or imstnce. Vi THE POPULAR ff the undersigned will forward as many 10 fit r!t 1 tit J decks us desired to your address. Tako S U(lvaula" of l'1'd oppoi'timlty to lay in 'HtHtTuim T.VLrrr tTt:nttr fitrif ?i? tifT JUUI ..AtJLIrf. auf.j UI 1IIIU 14..1IO tv 4. small cost. Geo. W. Barney, D. P. A.. C. & O., Ry., Lexington, Ky. - s Stanford. Ky. w HUMMELSTEINA JACOBMcKinney, Ivy. W. b. pasanrz-mrzz? Attention of the public Is ratted to the bet that this Is the only National Hank In htsiifnrd. Under the (irorlilons ot the National Hank Aet detosltors are ms umI uulonly by thecsplul stork but Itr the stockholders' llahilltr for an amount that cualtn tbestiickby so fund deiaMliorsof this luitltu. of i XO.wi, Ho sworn a tlou are srcurt.1 statements ot tbo condition ol the Hank are made rach year to the United States (torerniutntand Its assets are examined at slated t lines by icos eriinieiit Cents, thus securing additional and saieta to deiusltors. This Institution orbilually rstabllihisl as the IV iolt lUnk ol Stanford In 1HM, theu rromanlied as tha National Hank of Stanford In ItxVl audacalo rvorpsnlrcl as the First National Hank of Stanford In 1W.', has had practically an uninterrupted exist-to- o for Xi years. It Is better supplied now wltL tscllltlra for transacting buslnees promptly and liberally thau rer befora In Its long and honorable carevr. Accounts o( lmllTiduals, fiduciaries, Crms ar.d Individuals sollcltol. niRKCTONS. K. Held, Lincoln Co.: J W. Ilayden, Stanford S II. Itstixhuisii, S. T Harris, " Tour Proporty Itay Bum Within a year, wltliln n inontb, WIlV should you exmso mulntlon of vears of 'liourtil toll a ulngle lire, which can destroy uour 1 coiiciiui ff a Mian: of jour HesjH'Ctfully, notirss. within 24 tho uccu-t- o Una by It In nn patronage, j, JESSE D. WEAKEN, General Agent, Jolt Stanford. Ky , .... II. CaSTLKMAK. (1. IatviUM, f 1. ". 1 COAL FAMINE I ,: B s 1 Looking us in the face at present. We have ordered 50 cars from about 40 mines and are getting only a few cars. Prices are advancing daily. Stock your coal while you can get it. Both Lancaster and are hauling from our yards and it looks now like the supply will be exceedingly short. Hus-tonville T I. Hill, " K. L. Tanner, McKlnncv. W. A. Trfbble, J.lI.Colller.Crab UrcliM; M. J. Miller, MLVernon. M. li.Kluore, Mauford, I. S, Hocker, President; J.J Mrlloberts Caihler A. A. McKinney, AMlitantCashler. J S. Hocker, " I0YM4 OF LIVERPOOL. A I INSURANCE COMPANY orricaas. :? 1 DEALERS COHL, 1 ii s& I BIG 4: The Most l.ine toand Krom BBRBEE 5 CaSTLBMSS. MANAUKItS, iiotrh. TOLEDO AND D1STROIT All Polnu In Michigan. Oommcrco .Building, Louisville. J. H. tsSsSV4 Agerts Throughout the outh. BA UGH MAN & CO. 'fTTTS..' . -J- ..--. CHICAGO. .mmbmS "W. A. TKIBBliK, IK-a-l :::.. J"5J fi "WhIluCllySieclal." S. 44S ST. LOUIS. Avoiding tho Tunnel liest Terminal fetation. Agent, Stanford, - 3Tr - Kentucky. i The JJiygest and Cheapest Line of BOSTON. Wagner beepln;ICars. fjftjf Buggy Rugs In Stanford. Invite your ins ection. f 83 HutJrtl Parlor Cars, In); Cars Oiiiipjrtmut Cars. Klvgant ini2v;york. Vanrr s J. B. HIGGINS, DKAI.r.K IN Sleeiilng Cars, Prlsa ami lilu i: o mucohmick, Ha sure your tickets rend Ma "111(1 KOUll Mgr., Am. Pa9!gVrTMtlic 'aui:i;nj lynch den. Pass. OHIO A " Tkt. Agt Farm Wagons, Pleasure Vehicles, l37i&kU&9. -"4-T1T iiiiiimmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii- 4 CINCINNATI itjrtiip wV m m m 13 11 I 11 i I Queon oc Crescent Route. TIandsoino Wul-denChlck-amaug- wl birds-ey- e view of 's Missionary Ridge, Chattanooga, a Ridge and portions of tho field as seep from the summit of Lookout Mountuin. Highest style ' of lithographer's art. On line paper; plate 10x21. Mailed for 10 cents in stamps. W. C. Rlnearson, gen'J pas'r agt., Q. & C. Route, Cincinnati, O. hthogra)h, colored B. K. VJBAREN tjss ft --- St - SO IV. tt .MMkWmmmmrMWMkkmmm, j. - . - - -a rTjjy Miss Boston How dull and unexcit- Zt&WWF: " . f. -- : t uamj J. um:n, . I A. . II. A. jVouUtUIo.? 4. .f. tiiiftiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiii, nn, P .f.'i t lilciuro. IIACO.V, E i3 11 m rtr; ing tho Pilgrim Fathers must, have found Thanksgiving without football. Tnero was no kicking the pigskin then. Wagley That's true, but they got their excitement licking the redskin. L'irst Cannibal What mado your' wifo scold you to Thanksgiving day ? Second Cannibal I was luto to din- -' dor und the missionary g( t cold. J IE If eo Drugs Wo f" t tl'.X 11 11 i-- Vsf ri ! !K IL'A :rAi i & afford. Fast vestibuled trains to Lex are but one of the many modern appliances for the safe, rapid and comfortable of the tr.iveler winch the limited trains of the QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE tr.-in.s- BLBCTRIC HEADLIGHTS Agricultural Implements, High-Grad- e Fertilizers and Coal. Slnnforil, Kentucky. Ooods Warruntctl as HeprenontcU. Olllco on Main Street, opposite; Klinuru'si Store, J. h. TOTTEN. Salesman. $v Toilet Vrticlcs You aro cordially I11- Books And Bibles. nte receiving ovory thing nen nt prli'e. to httlt vlted to call mid sec us. - X 5W $ iV' , I iiwm i ii''. trfr; I I I V VA ington, Haruman, Chattanooga, Atlanta, Knoxville, Ashville, Co A lumbia, Savannah, Jacksonville, Meridian, ltinmnghain, New Or31 leans, daily from Cincinnati are provided with safety vestibules heated by steam, lighted witn ga-- , and have all modern improvements. W'rilo for Information to V. C. Itlnearson, Uctieral Passenger Agent, Cincinnati, O. Send 10 cent for lino Art coloicd l.ftliographs o s : THE BCUC.QftASS.HERQ Thoroughbred Duroc Jorsej BED HOES John D.iwson, a farmer near Clarks-vlllTenn., was thrown from his horsu und killed, e, zmMimsmtmt&jMMWMm .intiiLs-- DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. uiiuisMiiiuiiajintxi olswliiein I'iviiuiu ioi oi pigs nl (I I Me rent ponUenceiolliltod, Address II y hreeilers wern sclecteil from the lwst herds ol A se.rcrulStat.Mi nt-i- s (ciriulo Ilrnd kiws a sreclaltv. aatiarartion guaranteed Corrr ,i ffl Xaf L Loolout Mountain and Chlckaniaiia R. H. BRONATJQH, Crah OrclmrJ, Ky. VsssassssssisssaMat(lstsi't'Oti Km iMosion i i !,.. i AiiiJmm WWlBsWisa tr "t'ty