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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898093001 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 1898 $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. vs t " J v" SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVII. DANVILLE. Y MIDDLEBURG. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 30. 1898. CHURCH CHATTER, I NO. 60 MATRIMONIAL MATTERS, Tbo CIiiihso dcs Pees mot Monday and organized for the winter. Tho romnins of J. C. Hill, of Lincoln county, wero burled in Danville Thurs day. Tho address of Gov. J. Proctor Knott to tho law ela9 Tuesday afternoon was Mrs. Pred Dclk and Mm. McD. .lonos The LouUvillo Conference will meet H. E. Brooks, of Rockcastle, and have been wrestling with the chills, next year in' Glasgow. Miss Mattlo Turner, of this couutv. but aro better at thlo writing. Tho Itev. J. H. Dew closed hlsrcvlv were married at Henrv Turners Tues- -' t Sorghum making is the order of the al at Elk Creek, with 31 baptism-- . day. day hore just now and old Casey Is There were22additlous to the BroadLillian Russell, who has already sent keeping up her rcputntlon for 'lasses. way Christian church In Lexington, inree iiiisoanus to grass, Is preparing Swopo and Haxter havo rented about last week during Kid. Tyler's meeting. to wed another, Jesse Lewisshon, a 70 acres of wheat land of Mr. Alex much enjoyed. apThe Tate's Crook copper merchant. Tho Ladles' Guild of tho Episcopal Hicks. They havo tho land all broken pointed Joe P. Wntors to write a hisDr. Isaac Glppert hus just married church will sell cakes and other good and have bought a new drill and have tory of the association and report at his 7th wife at Wabash, Ind. As bis begun putting It In. This will be tho the next meeting. thing to cat every Saturday. other six are dead, it looks like ho has Miss Lillian Bohon entertains the largest crop of wheat over gown in this Rev. William S. Griggs, a noted a way of putting them out of the way. Baptist preacher and Sunday school Junior Social Club Prlday evening. Miction. ii rumors arc iruo mere win no a Mr. Dr. Bogle entertained Thursduy A protracted meeting is In progress organizer, was drowned while attempt- dozen or more marriages In and around uftcrnoon in honor of ber lady friends. ut Grove conducted by Itev. Mlddlcton. ing to cross Grea-- y Creek, lit Bell town within tho next month or so, and Tho Imperial Insurance Company has Ruv. Nathan Price, u minister of the county. some of Stanford's prettiest girls will fcottlod satisfactorily with Yongcf .c Campbolllte persuasion, will preach at In 01 years the American Bible So- be the brides. ,H.w, keeping Turkey Knob on tho 2nd Sunday at 11 ciety has Uncd Biblos, Illce. They received The marriage of Prof. K. P. Postal, nil damaged articles, foed and every- o'clock. The Baptist church is without Testaments and portions of Scriptures, and Miss Annie Robinson, will take thing. A soon ad the building is roady u pastor and a good preacher of that which is equivalent to one copy for placo at the home of tho bride Octoevery five people. they will continue business utthe same faith might got n job by applying. ber 0. She Is the daughter of the place. Hoy Spears and wife came down SatAmong the appointments made by late vV. R. Robinson. Esq., Is one of Tho funeral crvIcos of MUs Adah urday to sec their parents. Kd and the Louisville Conference arc, Wayne, tho society leaders of Garrard, and is Hnwllngs, only daughter of l'rof. J. W. Kobt. Keeney, Clarence Coleman, M. M. Hunter: Montlccllo, T. G. Har- quite handsome. Prof. Postal is from ltwllngs, wero held In the Christian Ilobt. Hall und Zuch Thomas are at rison; Jamestown, II. W. King; Rus- Columbus, O., and has been assistant ohureh Thur.day morning, after wlilcli home enjoying u ,10 days furlough. All set Mission, G. B. Sloan. principal in Garrard College for two tho remains were taken to rnrkavillo except Kd Keeney belong to the 2nd There uro 0,1190 saloons and 383 years. Nice Line of for burial. Sho wan IT years of ago and Kentucky and they aro cherishing the churches in Chicago. This makes one Miss Sarah Lee Vlvion and Mr mo-- t lovable character. hope that they will bo mustered out on saloon to every 21 of the population Thomas Clarence Wilson will be marThere was quite nn electrical storm their return to the regiment. and one church to every 3,037. These ried at Ilurrodsburg, Oct. 12, and go to nduy night. "Lightning crosscu J. C. Coulter has about recovered saloons cost Chicago over 823,000,000, Indianapolis to live. The groom is a f.VHteJ llirhtnlmr. thunder answered from injuries bUstuincd in u runaway the churches les9 than three million.. stepson of C. L. Holmes, the drummer. thiuder, muttering bounds of Milieu last week. It was u close call for him The Baptist Orphans' Home at Lou and Miss fciftUi." During tbo night the light- - and it is a great wonder that he was isville bus cared for 1,033 children in Edna Belcher, a Warren county girl, K. Hundley. il ur killed four cows for A. not killed. His buggy was completely lu existence of 29 years and have found rode behind her lover, Charles Cbaflln, D( strbyed several tons of hay for V. demolished and three panncls of fenco homes for all but 10 of them at the age eloping to Tennessee, where they were P. JDolong, and n line steer for M. J. knocked Into a cocked hat, besides to which they are cared for. Of the married. The brldo is only 14 years old. FirrU. minor damages done to property In the number 10 only have died, a very small The engagement is announced of U (TV Tho home mlsslonury society of tho Immediate vicinity. Mr. Coulter has percentage. Miss Emily Hazelrigg, the daughter i Presbyterian church met with Jan. repaired Mr. Nathnn 1st A centennial sermon will bo preach- of Judge J. H. Huzelrlgg, of the Ken- "! Hicks' fence and Lane Allen Monday afternoon. Horace there Is not likely to bo a suit for dam- ed at the M. E. Church, South, tucky court of appeals, to Mr. Thos. i Ttl Bowman and Charles Woods are suffer- ages. Sunday morning, October 2, Clark Bradley, of Lexington. The T. S. B. of a ruuu-wa4f Shoes with Heavy Soles and Broad Toes are Very Stylish for Women. yx: ing from bralo, tho result The attendance at Junle Wash Insti- by tho Itev. E. H. Peuree, D. D., presi- ceremony will occur at the bride's They were driving In a spring r dent of Kentucky Weslcyan College, home In Frankfort, December Cth. i, wagon and when turning tho corner at tute Is 110. There aro no male teachsetting forth tho pioneer work of Charles'V. Cohn, son of Col. Cohn, Main and Maple Streets, tho hon-- had ers this term. George It. Jeter, tho undertaker, has Methodism In NlcholasvlUe and Jessa- of Louisville, was married at JelTerson-vill- e a collision with a Iwy on horseback, mine county. to MI-- s Delphlne Love, of St. v v amp Shorter than for some years. We can please you. Call lu lull overturning tho wagon. Both had a recently recovered and otherwise ImIn order to help Rev. Geo. O. Barnes, Louis, but claims that he was so drunk and see us. narrow escape. Bowman was dragged proved tho looks of his undertaking who was cut off from his usual evange- he does not remember the ceremony. IV. for some distance and U suffering from establishment. . listic tour this Summer by the war, He also says the girl was "In her cups" Moses Hell, un old Federal toldier n sprained wrist. Raw-su- n of (13 winters, und Miss Josle Ashbury, Mrs. James Schley Hook, of 231 ut the time, and that he does not intend I lev. Henry Miller and Dr. L. H. Street, Atlanta, bus started a to live with her as his wife, but will of 17 summers, wero united In the holy The Leading Shoo and Furnishing House, DANVILLE, EY. Blanton wero guosts of Dr. K. M. 2" chain for his benefit and it is going procure a divorce. bonds of matrimony Sunday. Grcon Tuesday. Dr. and Mrs. Green Miss Love, or rather .Mrs. Cohn, has 1BZJ Juson Wesley rosumed teachiug at nobly forward. Only 10 cents is a9ked, z e uttonded the Presbytery In Pcrryvllle person is requested to muko returned to St. Louis and in an interHoward Itlce and the Turkey Knob school Monday after and each Wednesday. Mrs. four copies of the letter and send them view shows that she is hottuff. She Mrs. Louis Liindram, of Lancaster, having beon laid up for several weeks g with sprains caused by u a fall. Wal- to ns many persons. admits that she acted the fool In were In Danville ohopplnc. Mrs. J, Cohn, but she was anxious to go ter Gann, of Co. II., 2nd Kentucky, is Of the 23 churches In the Tate's Sell Goods Cheap ? Well, if you W. Alcorn and daughter, MIh Annie, visiting his sister und other relatives Creek Association, GUead In Madison on the stage and he said he could help of Stanford, wore In Dunvlllu Tuesday. has the largest membership, 294, and her In her ambition. "I do not intend In Wayne county. Dr. Georgo Green Is visiting his brothhad tho greatest increase by baptism to live with him." Said she "Indeed I Ca-c- y is full of soldiers at present. er, Dr. Kd Green, of Loulsllle. Mrs. Experience you wi'l know that last year, 21. The Stanford church wouldn't wipe my feet on him, and if I In Lex- Among them are Prank Barger, of Co. A. S. Drake is visiting friends " has 221 members, had an increase by ington. Mrs. Mary Bowman, Misses P., 12th l S. Infantry, who was in tho baptism of seven during the year and hear any more of his claim that I was drunk at the time, I shall send my battlo of El Caney nnit the charge on Virginia Bowman, Sue Meltoborts and Cause of Our Success Lies in the tho block house, aleo Mltchel Perkins, 13 by letter, while tho decrease by let-t- father to interview him. Mr, K. S. Rowland and Charley Cald- of tho regular army, who was 20. Tho total number of bapSkwell-Penc- e. was in the Wednesday at 10 well and Master Logan Caldwell arc In tisms reported from all the churchos A. M. at tho homo of her parents, Mr. Louisville this week. Hart Goodloe thickest of thu fray from start to finUh, was 113. .v,' wi)" and Mrs". E. T. Pence, Miss Mary Of Our Goods, Making People Travel has entered tho Medical Colloge at but came out without u scratch. PerThe Louisville Conference of the Louisville and John Hoskinstho school kins hai been In the urmy 12 yoar. Ho M. E. Church, South, condemned Sun- Eliza Pence was united in marriage to Mild at one time at Santiago he could Mr. Joseph Sewell, of near Indepenor pharmacy. MUs Bowie Grundy, of have walked u quarter of a mile step- day trains, Sunday newspapers, Sunday dence, Mo., Rev. W. S. Grinstcad ofLebanon, stopied over with Miss Ashy To patronize us; especially to see such Hues as Stetson Hats. .Stney Adanis Shoes, base ball and all other Sabbath amuseLlslo on her way to National Park ping on the dead, wouuded and dying ments or enterprises. The report on ficiating. The attendants were Miss Manhattan Shirts, Sweot Orr Pants. Best Clothing Made. All Goods Guaranteed. Annie Pence and Joe Chancellor, and Seminary, near Washington City. Americans. Politics at present in Casey is very salaries showed that tho average Miss Lucy Chancellor and Forest this week for New Hereford Smith loft I have beon back home now u amount during the past year was $453, After the ceremony, which York to enter Bellevue Medical Col- dull. DANVILLE, KY. No. 136. week und a little better and I havo for which is higher than it has been for was a beautiful one, the guests, nbout lege. He Is a hard student and we m, .rT-the llrst time to hear a man speak or years. The committee on temperance 73 In number, were invited to a demim. 5'jhSbS k,v L.1. s.k. ' predict for him a bright future. Prof. a say a word about political matters. commended tho W. C. T. V. and the lightful breakfast, which was greatly Wood has returned to Atlanta, where Interdenominational Temperance Un- enjoyed and then the happy pair drove Hut thcro promises to bo "some hot ho has n lucrative position in the school VauWlnklo old times" In tho "bloody 11th" nnd ion nnd condemned the use of tobacco to the depot accompanied by many of Arthur of Technology. in any form by ministers. their friends, and took the train for lias returned from Louisville. Mrs. with tho Goebel election law, a fair The Ashland. Vu., Herald, says that their Western home. Tho bride was count, three condidntcs in the Held, the Charles Cecil Is expected homo this Mrs. Emma Lee Vaughan, of that week from Michigan. James McKenzie, democrats can lind one consolation in place, has donntcd 33,000 to the Ran- clad In u gray traveling suit nnd lookof tho class of '0s has entered tho law tho division of votes, anu that is, that dolph Macon College to be known as ed a picture of loveliness. She Is a very excellent young lady nnd lovable in department of Centre College. Mrs. there will be a Tye (tie.) Mrs. J. M. Durham is visiting friends the "I. N. Vaughan Memorial Fund," every way. The groom is a well to do Is with Mrs. Mary Bull B. P. I'hllllns ?23,000of which Is left In tho hnnds of InLoulsvllb. Mrs. Gashwller enter- and relatives at her old homo In Tay- the executive committee of tho board farmer aud is said to be a man of line business qualifications and good habits, lor county. Mr. James ColTey and Hjjj Is a thing nover attained, hut we can by years of. efiort nnd experience tained at 0 o'clock dinner In honor of daughter, Miss Nora, havo returned of the trustees and the president, to be and ho has shown his good seuse by 111. ! approach it. Any one cau take a measure and Mrs. Williams, of Kvnnston, from a business, trip to LouUvlllc. G. invested and tho proceeds expended choosing a Kentucky bride. Good cheer HUBBLE, Preston Pogle has returned to Ann upon Indigent young men seeking and good luck to them. Harbor, Mich., whoro he Is studying higher christian education, such young Dr. nerrlng presented Mr. and Mi. law. E. GltTord wont to 'Liberty Mon- men of Hanover county being preferWAR ECHOES, H. D. Cox with n lino girl last Tuesday. day on business. JeiT Short, red. The sum of $10,000 is to be set Jr., left The peace commissioners arrived in Elder Georgo Gowen's meeting ai the Monday morning forllooaler, but when aside to estnbllsh a Chair of nistory. In a pair pants, but few men can take a measure for a coat so ns to tMj Purls Monday night. Sunday . Christian church hero closed perfectly fit aud at the same time build up and ho got to McKInnoy he took the notion The request of Spanish residents of HUSTONYILLE. night with 17 additions. that "Olo Kalmuck" is tho best State Porto Rico to be repatriated free of Will Walker Is at home from tho war on earth and returned home. J. B. Rout sold to L. E. Farlss, of cost, will be 'granted by the Spanish and all aro glad to see him department, mare for Government. Clahknci: Colkman. Lexington, a again. Geo. Wood and J. C. Eubnnks Tbo 0th U. S. Volunteers is to bo Tho President not only appointed have gono to Lnwrcncoburg on u busivja Of the form. Years of experience makes me able to fit any man, no W. C. Greening has sold to John included In the array of occupation o ness trip. Alger, Secretary of War, despite his Carsou his (arm for $3,000 or $53 per W matter about imperfect or irregular shape. Cuba to go not later than Oct. 20. Capt. Mrs. Newel McQueary died Tuesday tainted army record, but ho mado W. B. Penny's company Is in this regmorning of typhoid fever and heart Hunry C. Corbln, Adjutant General, acre. Squire L. B. Adams has rented his iment. troublu after a short Illness. Her and induced Congress to raise his aud will move to Admiral Dowoy is said to beliove, wero interred in tho Blackerly rank to major general. Corbln's re- farm to John Badgett Peacock property In town. with the President, that tho United Wednesday evonlng. She cord has been unearthed. He was tho grave yard Kendrlck Smiley, son of G. G. SmiAt 9 to 35. Pants ?i to f 10 left a loving husband and one little twico during the civil ley, died Wednesday of typhoid fever, States should hold the Island of Luzon with revlsionary rights to the remainchild to mourn her departure, who wur, once for "cowardice in face of (ill aged 20. He was assistant teamster in der of the islands. have our deopest sympathy. . tho enemy." company, and Capt. W. B. Penny's Frank Picks, a private In tho Pvankln Bros., of Wayne county, m A Cincinnati weathor prophet says came home sick. Monday Seventh Infantry, died at Denver of bought some inulo colts hero .rrj-- i TtfH Walter Q. Greening lost a $9S0 check neglect during tho Santiago campaign, $20. G. A Swtuebroud that October will bo one of rain, donse at an average of Wednesduy. It was drawn on the First and lu bitterness at the treatment acsold thorn some yearling mules at $4u. fogs, heavy frosts, cold and cyclonic National Bank of Stanford and signed corded him requested that he should Luco Bros, bought some yearling steers winds. Tho rains ut times will bo very heavy. Tho winter will be an early by James Carson. It was payable to not bo burled in his uniform. at lie. D. N. Prowltt bought some John Carson, who had endorsed it to Chaplain J. P. Mclutyre, of the OreBhoata of It. L. Hubblo at He. S. Dun- one a long severe winter, with good gon, Is being tried by court martial for ewes of ico crops. Tho month of January, 1S99, Mr. Greening. bar bought 20 lino Southdown gone to CovMrs. Jesso P. Rlffo-ha- a will bo tho coldest Jauuary known In saying that when the Oregon went inD. N. Prewltt at 85 per ho.ad ington to wait on Mrs. Dr. Itlffe, who Is to tho fight it met tbo Iowa, commandthis section of tho country for many very 111 ol appendicitis. Miss Lucy ed by "Fighting Bob'1 Evans, going to Miss Lola Small, daughter of Itov. years. Buy your Winter's Supply of Coal Alcorn Is in Louisville fitting herself Small, the evangelist, has joined Sam Inspired by a desire to honor tho for a kindergarten school teacher. Doo the rear, where he stayed until tho battlo was over. the Delia Pox company, and says sho memory of her father, who was ono Drye Is in Adair county buying saddle la willing to don tights If her rolo calls of the Bonanza Kings of Gov. Bradiey does not think it absotho Golden horses. for them. Sho 19 a handsome brunette State, Miss Cora Jane Flood has lutely certain that the Second KenMiss Sydney Carter, aged 23, daugh- tucky will be mustered out. Tho regi of 22, and has had two husbands. Tho her property, worth $3,000,000, Pord, whom Bhe re- to tbo causo of education. Included In ter of Mr. Thomas Carter, died Tuesday mont was given 30 days' furlough, and last one Is Stuart fugee to dlvorco because she expects tho gift to the University of California of typhoid fever and was buried in the ho and other military authorities think Remember we take All Kinds of Products in Exchange for Coal. aro her palatial homo and grounds at cemetery hero Wednesday, after serto share tho property ho will heir that tho question of mustering out Menlo Park. vices by Rev. B. J. Pinkerton. Sho depends on the situation ut the end of from his mother. That Is, If tho old Tho State Grand Lodgo of Odd Fel- was a splendid young woman aud her that time. woman ever dies, which Miss Small lows will meet In Winchester, Oct. 11. death Is tho subject of much regret. thinks now la not probable. The Charles Wheeler Emporium, J HUSTONVILLE, KY. Our Fall StocK Has flrriYeti And Is Open For Your inspeGtioiu Millinery Opening On October 5th And 6th. 4 Yl Bare-foote- d bare-heade- d, Jackets, Capc$t Callareites m I Shoes For Women Get Them Heavy. i Nlcho-lasvlll- c, y. l I CALDflELL & LAN1ER, I 1 1 t mar-myln- DEWEY HAVANA THE MAINE MERRITT or t: MILES "J Mc-Clar- y. The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., Telephone v.. ,, - 1 -- u ( w PERFECTION I ". Half Way Fit You HIDE four-year-- old ?-- DEFECTS ! M o. .. na court-martiale- d suits Ana uvercoais n. j. lvicreuwtitc i I I i .i j lit w . do-vot- ed BEFORE. PRICES ADVANCE, V J. H. B A UGH MAN A CO. . v "! VV. " .' - FT ITS v K, i',r l ft M v i. is Secretary of and December at 01$ In Chicago. Delaware, D.mvlllo I State under Cleveland during his hrst Ponco & Slier sold to a Garrard coun- pllvo,will null iirlvntelv niv homo on Contain mile from Stanford '2 dur- ty party 17 yearling steers at 4o. nertN, Is well Improved mul one of the term and Ambassador to England George F. Brown sold threo good nloe- -t plii.'e about town. Urcenbcrry Stanford, Ky., Sept. 30, 1S9S ing his second, passed away at Karls-tcl1 llrlptit. stnufortl. Kv. Mass., Wednesday, aged 70 years. mule colli nt Lancaster Monday for TO lie had been 111 a long time and the 8(5.1. W. P. WALTON. Kautman, the St. Louis plunger, end had been expected for a month. am- - made S7o0,000 in wheat deals In Chi Ho came of a most distinguished g Wo nro In the t rutin vrllli 1'nlls itrauehimtl cago. lly, four generations in succession Democratic Nominee For Compress. Corn, D:iM. other good Co.il. C. T. Bohon, of Hustonville, bought SMpMuiT, Hour. &C.Also lluv. liandlo Uriel; U. S. Sonators from Delaware. Wo alio I G. G. HON. Mr. Bayard was a scholar and a states- In Gurrard a bunch of mule colts at?17 and Snnd. Itememlwr wo tnko rami In evhange. Prompt delivery and man, whose record furnishes a bright to 880. Of Shelby County. nttuntlon to nil order. Ofllco and scales Orion Lester, of Adair county, raised ,nonr L. & N. dviiot. Toloclione No. 44. as his page on his country's as woll ralKIN A. 1'K.WB. eight watermelons that aggregated Senator Mason, of Chicago, id one parry's history. P. ?. We nlo entry sowing Mfiehlne. A0'2i pounds. of the administration's wurmest friends Parts and Aitai'liuienU and do nil kind of POLITICAL POINTS, to Bfngcn trotted tho fastest mile of tho repnlrlng. anil yet ho says that the blundering of Wash- - year at Louisville In 2:001. Ho won tho the war department was 'Shameful, Col. W. J. Bryan is sick at Frank Four Stake. disgraceful, infernal, damnable there ' ington with a fever. Searchlight won tho Commercial is no word or term too strong to use. of factional party dlf- On account 0? PZBS027AL ?30?ZS77. ' hvory day wo are hammering price loner and lower nnd people for 50 miles - Club Stake nt Louisville, 2:00 pace, In This is the crime of the century, the ferences State Agricultural Cdmmisaround have been In ami gotten wngon lo.ids of our good and left with broad ciniles tae fa?t time of 2:0. tragedy of the nation. Our soldiers sloner Moore has forced his assistant, on Having rented rn furm, 1 will on their fnecs nntl vowing they would tell their neighbors about tho William Cooper, of Pulaski, sold to have not poured out their heart's blood J. M. Faulkner, to resign. Of on the altar of their country, but have The New York democratic conven- several parties In this county lots xsS 1898, Ac. been crucified by blundering and plun- tion after effecting an organization, yearling cattle at mile from J. G. Burnslde, of Garrard, bold to At mv residence 4lliMonvllln Stanford, on dering officialdom. The world is stricken adiourned till Yesterday. Who the pike, oll to nnd the ! John Hurst 20 yearling 9teers at 318 the Stanford bidder tho following property with horror. Christianity is aghast. I nominee will be or whether the Chililghetl do not criticise the army itself. Oillccr cago platform will be Indorsed are and bought a bunch nt Sl. Now wo propose to continue ihis IS iteer. I will be In town Saturday, Oct. 1, and men have bohaved and fought as open questions. 2T teer. old 100 one, two and three-ye- ar 10 Durham milk cows nnd mlve. Americans. Their gallantry is the one W. T. Fowler, republican nominee with o vwrllnp heifer, theme we caja go back to with pleasure. 4for congress, has received a formal cattle. G. W. Jones, Somerset. rocUtcrcd Durham bull. m .. A4l ....Li--.- . al.. noru. n .mi. i nn4 iikii au.j Red Jersey cow, with broken horn But I do condemn the commissary de- proposition from Col. Geo. W. Jolly, I .X). intniiv I. Ab liore. liorse. leather strap around neck came to my partments and the medical departments who also claims the nomination, offermure. 1 ninro. - 4nnd0. S and ray strength nndpower."As Sen- ing to run the race over again before place week ago. John Sherron, Stan- vetir-olwith all vugr mnrn inule. 2 Until our slock is sufficiently reduce il, so tnke ndvaninge- - of this great apporti.nl iniuc nuuo, 5 mure mole. ator Mason is a leading republican the the poeple, Judge James Breathitt to ford. o my ty to buy goo.1 sensoiinhle good, below coU beforb lho Mock Ih plokwl over year-old man1 unite. If wo Johnson A. Young, aged 0), and once f.i'riMtng Impletnonts conltltic nil of charge can not be made that his words bo the chairman of the next convenof everyknew exactly what you needed we Would cnd it to you, but n we don't know o vott farming. of Shorthorn cattle, thing neeeurv to flrt-rlu- v a noted breeder are for political effect. They are the tion. must come yourself nnd bring xmr basket. nnd Kitchen rurnlturo. mv New Jersey democrats nominat- was found dead In bed In Montgomery The truth every word of them and spoken Tchvs. All .mu'.of 510 nnd under Cumi by a man who knows that his party will ed Elvin W. Crane for irovcrnor, but county. In hnndi ovor tliul amount neuotlnble note Yttnl.wide UnbleaclitHl Cotton, 3jc pc'r .Ven's While Lnundrivtl Shirln, Lieber Karl surprised tho sports at on no diiy' time without lnteret with be held responsible for the almost declined to make specific indorsement yard. quality, for 4Sc. 11. MUKP1IY, Stanford. W. He has 0- -1 willful murder of our soldiers, who fell of the Chicago platform, owing to Brooklyn by winning a race. Unbleached Shueling, worth 15c, MenV While Shirt?, wlrii Colorwl Bosincom- - done no trood since he met Plaudit at at the hands of Ignorant and vicious local Issues. The miserable marked down to lie. oms mid one pair cull, reduced from 75o mismanagement and not at the hands petoncy of the war department Is de Louisville. to S5c A Good Canton Flannel, 4c. Horses and mules that" cost the Govof the foe. McKlnley has sent out a nounced and ExGov. Grigg scored for StifT lints nt 10c long a they lusa. While nuil Gray Flannel, 8Jand lc. ernment three times ns much are bewhitewashing commission to saddle the defending Algerism. Men's Fine Shoes In stylo reduced from ltod Twill Flannel, only 15c! ing sold at an avorago of S30 at rAKli'SS SB05., M:SINNZY. 31 W to OSc. responsibility on scapegoats, but conComforts, 4Sc, 73c to i'J. Chattanooga. BRIEF NEWS NOTATION, gress will be, called on to make a thorMeiiV Fine Calf Shoo, worth !3..0,now A big lint! of Mcintosh coats for men Futurity, valued at $10,000, ough and impartial investigation of the Tennessee, i The rich and boy?, itnngc In ptlrc from $1.03 to sell for 2.4S. Gov. Bob Taylor, of will bs trotted at Lexington, tho first whole 'miserable business. A demo- very 111. Men'. Working Shirts for 'JJJo you ucd 17. day of the big meeting, which begins cratic congress would bo sure to have Ladies' Fleecod Lined VcM, 15c, two tp pay 40c for. cabinet has decided on Tuesday, tho 4th. The French the work well done. Let us help to a revision of the Dreyfus case. $1. Men's 10c sock now foroc. for 25c. SIman Magus, imported by Pierre change the political complexion of that Men's Plow Shoos down lo rue. A Suit of Underwear for men, worth A tower Is to be erected at Chicago Lorillard, but recently bought by Ai- body by electing Gilbert and the other 1,1.")2 feet high or 152 feet higher than Oil Grain Creole- now at OSc. 75c, marked down to 48c. plegate & McMeekin, of Fayette, was democratic nominees In Kentucky. Ladles' Fur Trimmed Cape, OSc. worth Ladies' Grsln ami Glove Grain Shue the famous Elfel tower. killed by lightning. nt OSc. $100. Young Griffo, the pugilist, ran Fanny Davenport, (Mrs. MelArthur Caton has sold to a Vienna, Few Tan Shoos, worth 32. io oloe out LadieV Drew Skirt, OSc, worth 31 50. a trail of bourne McDowell!, died Monday night amuck in Chicago, 'leaving Austria, party, the stallion Cald, which LndluV Flannel Skirt, worth "oc, at Oso. and bloody faces. at her Summer home at Duxbury,.Mass., bruised got second money In the Frank Fehr Tan Socke, regular loo qualltw at .c l-3- c. uutrkwl down to ISc. The Chameleon Springs Co., of Ed- stake at Louisville, for $7,500. of enlargement of the heart caused by per pair, incorporated MISN'SWKAH. her continued attempts of the last 20 monson county, has been Mon' Dlnck String Tie, worth 25c, The HopkIns"ille Kentucklan says Nice'ot f all Wool, Olay Worstetl with a capital of $25,000. years to reduce her tlesh, which had only huld ool till now at 15c. tbatatStegar & Thompson's s.alo 30 Ilvtnombcr thee Suits worth 10, reduoetl to i0.03. Oot. I. Later estimates are that six lives mules sold at an average of ?100; J20 1 Yard destroyed the symmetry of her form. W.ide, ruok Percale, only V. A few Men's Drawn and Dlnck Alpine which swept the She was born in London in 1S49 and were lost by tho storm Flannelettes, 124o quality, now Jc. fat hogs at .'It cents: stock hogs 4 cents Huts, reduced f.om J1.25 to4Sc. .N'.O come to this country in 1S34, when she Niagara peninsula Monday night. A big line of Cnlioom at 3c per yard. I7 and cattle 4 cents. Bank burirlars eot 512,000 in a raid ViPiTnn n ili'ftmntln Pfiriiof w?r!rh rtln nn1 REPORT OF THE CONDITION Conrad Hlatt, of Rockcastle, sold In ' her among the distinguished of the at Flora' Ind" 5H00tltl Jhe cafhIer Garrard 111 steer calves at SKI and a ' profession. Those who have seen her, "uu aurJr'si:u luu'" bunch of yearling heifers nt SM. J. L. THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE, Alex Daudson, of Plko county, killed Hutchlns, of Preachorsvllle, sold 2d AT HUSTONVILLE. Cleopatra can never forget it. She was twice married, first to E. H. Price, himself because he feared he would be yearling steers the same day at 120. Id the State ff Kentucky, at thccltMC S;it. 20, iM from whom she obtained a divorce and arrested for selling whisky Illegally. T. D. KAXKY, MnnnKer John M. Goocb, of tho Goshen secMrs. Belle Loftln, of Paris, who tion, tells us that he has an ear of corn then to her leading man, Mr. McDowRESOUltCES ell, with whom she lived most happily. was arrested at Indianapolis on sus which has 40 rows of grains on It. It Loam and diKOuuU I3,W IX Ilranch Mores at Pari, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling KardHtown, Lawrcncehurir. fvnthl. 3 A4 SI picion of being Mrs. Luetgert, was re- would make enough meal to feed an Overdrafts, iccureJ and tiDtecured ina.ViTsaillo, hminence, GeorKctown, KlitHbcthtown. Frankfort. Mnuck tiort In, f It.MfJ W Ttondt to tecurc circulation Teddy Roosevelt, the Rough leased. U.S. ordinary family, he says. ) ( Banking lloutt, turalture and fixture. lynch Monk Rider, rode rough shod into the repubA mob attempted to Hudson & Page, of Adair, sold to B. Due Irom Natiotial Banki, est Ke-Shingles. lican convention at Saratoga, N. Y., Hatmaker at Huntsvllle, Tenn., but Iron Fence. 1,490 2R F. Robinson at Lancaster Monday 20 lervft Afcnts v and was nominated for governor on the the prisonerlwas secretly taken away M averaging W0 pounds, at .1.70 Duelro.ii State IUqVi and ilaniteri. ... steers, 3,3& SI first ballot, receiving 753 votes to 21S in time. Pu from approver rcr agents and to Price Bros. 20 of same a shade Check and ather eaih Herat Is U for Gov. Black, present encumbent. The distribution af aOO.000 rations to better at 4c. They also sold a bunch Note ot other Nations! ( llaok.......... ! fO ' In- Then a full State ticket was nominated, civilian and soldier Cubans in the , Fractional paper curreoci-- nickel aad of calves at 819 55. the whole thing showing the fine Ital- - terlor of the province of Santiago de 5 21 cnt Klatawn made a new world's record Ian hand of Senator Piatt, who is In Cuba, was begun yesterday by Lieut. pacers,, at lho LouU. Lawful Money Rcterve in Dank, vttthree.year.old !Mctnl Ivoofing-- . Specie M! Work. uh wuiumuu. inu pmworra ts very uooney. bretiklng his own of 2:00r, Redemption fund with U. S. TrtoiHrcr vUle trotS uui.ui.urj ui .uviwuicji, ueuiures lur nave no puuenco wiih a wiiu made at Peoria. He is owned by John "i Mt M 5 per cent, of circulation- territorial expansion and condemns beater,'' is what Gov. Bradley wrote Boyd, of San Francisco. The time, SIS.V7I M Total. everything democratic, especially the ' on Joo Embry's application for pardon 2:0.J7, LIA1UMTIES. Is the best made on any track WO.Oftu mi declaration for free silver and free for that offense. Capital tok paid in this year In harness In a race. '&,.') wt Surplm fund. trade. old At Jasper, Ind., an says that Undivided profit, lcit cxpentri ana The Winchester Democrat S fell inI ' Emmett Logan, who looks from child of Mr. Theodore Eckert. while there was quite a demand for taxei paid and drowned In three cattle Monday, the sellers had to make NatMHtAl Dank notes Miataudfarf !,: iv nature up to nature's God, is moved to to a bucket National l.nm si concessions and many of the 2,000 on Due to other Hanks andHanks.... . remark in the Louisville Times: "If inches of water. WW baukeri. Full Conre of Stu-lin Lileniiure, Scienre, MihIc, At t and Klociition. under c t. Pearl Moody, a young Negro woman, tho market were left unsold. The high- Due to Mate you don't believe that dictum about 47! Liabilities other than thsxe tiWe ai,l .u.vi. ...nt ,Aii.-- inn imi ieu iiers was shot and killed Sunday night in est price 1.3-- was obtained for somo God's making the country and man's Special attention j,'tven to Primary and Prepu.Uory Olnvses, IS.STO Individual depotits subject to check making the town, just turn out somo Shelby county by John Clark, a worth-las- s plain cattle, weight 1,300 pounds; .i:.?.n.n', 8cl a l,v of "r ow fHtalostue, or write for ono to MIN', vtA'i.'S JITi." Total.. Negro tough. soon day and make a critical comparisteers, 700 to S00 oOunds, 31 to 3Jc: 1. J. W. llbektr, esMhir of the above named NA.NML, S. SAl UA: , I.ady Principal, Stnnfoitl, Kv. By the death of Miss Winnie Davis, lighter ones 3 to 3Jc; a fat bull sold for L'ank. do !esinlv swear tint the above ttatemeiil son of the two pieces of handiwork. hvliet Miss Lucy Lee Hill, daughter of the 3ic. There was a strong demand for is true to the kvst of mvJ.trvewitdge and ashler Not even In the merry month of May V. HikKMI, I tamtj fmfintvts.'Mcs's late Gen. A. P. Hill, becomes "Daugh- mule colts and many were told. ComSubscribed and sworn to belore me this "h, or the rosy month of June did the day (4 Sept, V. Ct. II. riiCTTT, N. P. L country ever look greener, sweeter or ter of the Confederacy." mon mules brought from 31S to $30. A UDWAnt) Auetue, I'oW.iUL. Directors j IlROUf.V. more Inviting than In this last week ' A shipload of Klondlkers returned private sale of 70 cattle, 1.300 pounds, II. with little gold and a bunch of hurd-luc- k at 4i is also noted. of September. stories, reporting 15,000 cases of j7W. A Kansas City stockman tells ibis McKlXLEY is catching hades all typhoid fever at Daweon. REPOHT OF THE CONDITION BLUG-GRA$around for appointing Huldekoper toj William Moore, of Franklin, Ind., story about the communding general or look after the health of 30,000 soldiers, dreamed tho house was on fire and of the army: "When Gen. Miles was jciitdr uiiixv, h simply because that eterinary cured a jumped from a third story window, sus fighting the Indians he always held a AT STANFORD ' pet dog of Mrs. McKlnley. To such talnlng injuries from which he died, short period of prayer before entering In the State of Kentucky, at the clute of business 20, tSjb Srjit into an engagement. On one occasion cattle as Huldekoper is largely due the The latest estimate places the number of deaths among the tlve population of Cuba at 745,000, of he had followed the Indian trail for RESOURCES. ' soldiers. Tell McKlnley what you whom 42o,000 are blacks. Ono writer several days, and came upon them in Loans and discounts and unsecured. ...$1M,H3 AI 10,7.ti.'3il Overdrafts, secured Wo have Fresh Goods Every Dny and at The lowest Prices. We think of his pusillanimous appoint-- asserts that the Island Is capable of the middle of the afternoon. He im- U. S. Donds to secure Circulation ...... TJ.IXk) mediately went into his season of Stocks, securities, etc ments when you go Into the election supporting a population of 20,000,000. are celling this week: li 0.U AS 9,200 00 ' furniture and fixtures.. booth In November by voting for Geo. A mob of 100 men overpowered the prnyer. The chaplain who accom- Bankinc-houipanied the expedition was exceeding- Other teal estate and mortgages owned 1,572 00 G. Gilbert. Johnson county, Tenn., jailer and took National Banks, not Re- ly In fact, he 6eemed to Due fromAgents i John Williams, a Negro, charged with ,U0 W ei IT has been understood all along that A'0 80 8tabbIn& 3hcrman Dunn, aod also with forget that he was out on the prairie, Due from State Hanks and Hankers Gen. Fltzhugh Lee was to be placed Jn ; , i,hCA 03 him t0 a within reach of a hostile foe, and la- Due from approved reserve agents from tho jall and h command of the department of Havana tree. 2,0(5 20 style. Checks and other cash Items bored in true 1,175 00 but nobody but the marines took any John T. Craycroft levied When he hnd finished his request to the Notes of other Nat. Hanks stock in the story. Now it is definitely on the banking-hous- e of Almighty that Oen. Miles might come Fractional paper currency, nickels and and fixtures 390 22 cents stated that Gen. Wade is to be placed of the First National Bank, of Spring-i- n out victorious in the righteous cnuse, V. S. HoiuU on hand l,x) 00 command and that the occupation Is field, for taxes, Interest and penalties it was suddenly announced that the Specie. lo.uil 70 2,'JllJOO 12 952 7(5 to occur not later than Oct. 20. 'amounting to about 83,700, duo the enemy had flanked to the army's rear, Legal tender notes Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer 1893-9county for the years and stolen all the pack animals. Miles 3,375 00 S percent, of circnlation The commissioners to raise $10,000 James j. H1U, the Dew boss of the B. was disconsolate, and made an order for tho battleship Kentucky's silver, & o. railway, began llfo atwagesof 50c $311,523 16 Total that the prayer should l curtailed." service, sent out 12,000 letters at a cost' a day. Ho Is now worth $40,000,000, bmiuuuica. iw,uaj w Capital stocK of about WOO and got $190.35 In return, controls 14,000 miles of railroad worth A Chicago soldier gives utterance to Surplus fund 17, WW 00 And many other articles at the same rate, too numerous to mention. Money is too scarce and theiels too $870,300,000, and has 30,000 men bis joy at tho prospect of being mus- Undivided proAts, less cxpeases and h Come and you will bo suited. other need for it for people to ployed, whose pay is $15,000,000 a year, tered out In that graphic but sometaxes paid M.0.V) 00 respond very unanimously to such aj George C. Chariton, of Kenton, 0., what mystifying language: "Glad?" National Hank Notes outstanding 2 11.32S Due to other National Hanks call was killed by his sister who struck at he naid. "Glad? Well, I will be so Due to State Banks andllankers 3,770 12 The versatile and only Miss Elvira' a burglar with an ax with whom he everlastingly tickled that I nm going Individual deposits subct to check., , 101,032 02 to get out of the arm1 that I am going Notes and tdlls rcdlscounted h,070 00 Svflnnr ......., nfthn T.miUi.iit.i M!lln. w. w .uu.d . mv " muesli had crannied and who had htm down. to put on a double-dashe- d 3T2 ') hyphenated Liabilities other tnan those above stated siyathata sealskin sack is tho most She InIoStd the burglar and struck her $.111 o..t Id to take It off Total.... 'cit and I ain't on the head, crushing his fetching thing with which to beguile a STATE OF KENTUCKY, for a symbolical asterisked year. Yes, woman and make her the slave of the County of Lincoln, J " sir, I'm going to bathe my accentuated I, John J.McRnberts, cashier of above named man who gives it, and being ono of the solemnly swear that the above state Bank, UNO AND STOCK. body with the cit rags right on me." mentis do tothe best of my knowledge and be true dear creatures she ought to know. JOHNJ. McROHERlS. Cashier In other words ho is going to shuck off lief. J.W. ROUT.Manaom. The Advocate reports sale of 3,600 day to before me the regimentals of military servitude of Subscribed and swornM. UHldllT, this 12lh C. The Kansas populists uemand that bushels of wheat at 60c. W. Sept, iSjS. N. U Main Street, Interior Journal Ihiildlng, Stanford, Ky. the State furnish protection againtt! Mark Hardin bought of Jacob Slev-er- s and luense himself in tho plniu habiliJ. S. Hockek, ") Directors, V. A. Trunin... ments of peaceful citizenship. fire, lightning and tornado at cost. W. V, Waltok, J a cow and calf for 840. from 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Hon. Thomas F. Bayard, September wheat Is selling at OS Nice Home For Sale. AND STILL THEY COME tiu: - n, NOTICE. I be-Un- GILBERT, l'ro-tltic- ti 1 I PUBLIG SALE Great Disso lution Sale. I Thursday, Oct. lt: to-w- HAMMERED PRICES. a 1 a 1 1 1 1 '- d Great : Sale ! 1 -- Al-- AI--- Hou-ehii- ld k-ou-rlty. J THE CYCLONE. 20 Lbs. Granulated Sugar for I J j Arbuckles' And 4X Coffee at 8 price-Snturdav- - . fktiti The Louisville Store. yv v STANFORD, Ky. Jlill ....,.. C3)rcs tt A. C.SJME J - , mw J . .... Stanford Female College. WILLIAM t HELTON. PRESIDENT. Next Session Will Open September 5th. j M -- j i Watch The ini niixiuniuj $ SC0KG , This Week. i CM I e, ( ', long--viude- d. I camp-meetin- g I Ex-Sheri- ff ' $2. Standard Granulated Sugar for $1. Best Patent Flour, per 100, 17 lbs. 4. ( - Best Straight Flour, $1.80. Good Family Flour, $1.60. em-muc- ,. . 'pi,,. Good Goods Lower Than Anybody Is The Way We Sell Em. "rc-the- r 9u' Blue Grass Grocery. i- j I ':6 t.J. ..l.rrti . .v (tv 3 LOCAL HAPPENINGS, Gut flrst pick of our winter lap & THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanpokd, Ky., E. C. Machine oil, all price?, at Craig Hook ers j robc. B. IC. Weareu & Son. , Guntlcmbn Look at olir suits foro buying. Severanco & Son. be- - - Shit. 30, ISqS No fancy prices on our fur collarcttos. Severn cc it Son-i- . 11 - Fob Sale. New Buckeye mower be hero again soon with a iluo llie of Cheap for cash or on easy term?. War-rc it Shanks. overcoat goods. Muloahy, tho clothing man, will e NEW W. GOODS I we Walton, Business Manaokb. is . ' i.n never too good for pre let, &u. Today The colored fair begins toYestkbday the mercury was up In scripMon work. Thut li the reason wo Tnsben on earth Chase it San- day and not Sept. 31 as the bills have the IKk, matting tho presont the longest good only. Penny's Drug uo tho best 15 to JlOc it, by mistake of tho printer. born's Roasted CotTees-fro- m hot spell ever known this timo of the Store. )or pound at Htgglns A AIcKlnnoy'a. year. Showers and some relief are Of Merchandise, which will be sold fr spot cash or produce, nnd ca9h buyers will find it to their Interest to call and sea us and get our prices before making their fall Gov. McCbbaiiy will speak hero promised for Friday. PERSONAL ANO SOCIETY GOSSIP. FltANU Richauds will tako charge county court day for Gllbort and de purclnw.".. of the blacksmith shop near Baugh-mnn- 's mocracy.uon t lorget tnat. W. II. DitAUV is iu Louisville. Samuel O. Tate, a brother of Mrs. Crab Orchard, Ky. mill tomorrow. Give him your HON. R. C. WaBKBN wont to FrankA. J. Catron, won in the primary for Tub John W. Dryo farm near work. fort Tuesday. jailer in Pulaski Saturday. Hcgot46U will be sold at public auction Mus. SUSAN llAKKIS id visiting relamanagers of the colored fair, tomorrow. Sec description in another votes more than the next highest man. Tub tives at Huekeyo. Thoro were five candidates. begins today, have secured a column. 1 rel- which Allts. V. S. WABUBN U visiting largo tent for tho exhibits of Indies' THE Cincinnati Southern depot at find. atives in tho West Fob Rbnt. Hanging Fork farm of work, in the event it rains. 00 acres, in corn and wheat. See G. L. Norwood, Pulaski county, was struck Judo is H. G. Williams, oflt. Verby lightning and burned Monday night. non, was hero Tuesday. A NUMliKU of the farmers on the Carter near tho place or address Mnrlon Cundiff, the night operator, ' Col. and aIus. W. G. Wbloh went Somerset pike will Insert a "posted" White, Corbln. - was severely shocked. The revolving advertisement nest issue. If you want to Louisville Wednesday. We ore just back from the city where wc purchasedsomc of Tub reason the Lincoln County signal also burned, causing a costly Mits. nom:itTllAiiius,of Richmond, your name In the list send it in. does not report with the freight wreck a few hours later. National is visiting Miss Clara Mcrshou. E. H. Bkazlby, on tho strength of other banks, Is because the department j'LEASB don't ask me tp credit you. , Allts. GKOltau B. WBAltKN Is visiting our notice of his big gourd, hns received sent it no blanks. Aly prices are so low I can't afford to Mrs. K. G. Waller at Lebanon Junc- numerous applications for seed from It, Killed. Will Jones, a Negro sec- furnish a book and time to charge one from II. L. Ncwsom at Cloverport. tion. tion hand on tho C. 3. fell from a car goods. Aficr Oct. 1, I will keep no Dlt. J. G. Cauimintbb and Attorney Brginnino Oct, 1st wo will make below Junction City while grabbing books at all. Mark Hnrdln. Silk nnd Wool Crepons at 11.90 per yard for quality and stylo We open J, B. Paxton wore at Columbia this war on high prices and show tho lar- for a hat that blew off another man's have never been equaled in Ibis market. Bright Plaid Silk nnd Wool Novelties for . week. The court of appeals has atllrmed waists', in plain and crcpon effects, new blues in Broad Cloths and Coverts. Chnng-abl- e gest and best selected line of dry goods, head and received Injurlos from which Mil Thomas Hill Spalding, of with damages the verdict of the Lincould arrive. Silk and Wool Novelties in Brown. Green and I)luc. Taffety Silks in Cerle, Lebanon, Is with his grandfather, Col. clothing and shoes ever shown in Stan he died before the doctor coln circuit court giving C. F. Sallee Salmon Pink, New Blue Navy and Black. Bright Plaid Silks for Waists in Aioiro ford. Severance it Sons. T. I'. Hill. Judge Bailey married two colored $2,o00 against tho Courier-Journeffects The above will unquestionably please buyers of high grade goods. We also Rev. J. B. Cltoucil, who wont over Hon. G. G, Giliibut's datos for.thls couples yesterday, Isaac Lackey and because it published that a nameless open Empress Flannels in Solid Pink, Blue and Cream and some entirely now to Cincinnati after his family, returned county are Crab Orchard, Oct. 20; EllZ'i Miller, Wm. Evans and Fannie opecation had been performed on him dcMgns in Plaids nnd Stripes. See Ihem and you will want them. Itetncinber our yesterday with them. 21st; Waynesburg, 22d, at Sn.uri. Mrs. A. A McKlnney andMU by the relatives of a woman he was Itr.v. W. M. Bkitt and wife arrived eaoh place in thu afternoon nnd at AUry Bruco slipped in while tho knots alleged to have insulted. The case was .MILLINERY OPENING jestcrday nnd ho will preach his tlrst KlngsvUle the night of the 22d. wto being tied and the judge put tried here on a chango of venue from sermon at the Methodist church SunBoyle. them down as witnesses. Wic have placed all the accounts of day. TlIK many friends of Mr. J. L. Proli- the old firm of Severance it Son with Authuu HoCKEit wns arrested at Hill. One of the oldest men and s Lexlugion whore he had We will have some pleasant surprises for you then through all the departments. engaged as the best of democrats departed this life, n will regret to hear that he Is W. A. Trlbbje. Those knowing ant Indebted will, please settle with an employe of the Heed Hotel, and when Mr. John C. Hill breathed his conllned to his room by sickness. Adhtm. Martha P. Severance, Admx. brought hero charged with stealing a Inst Wednesday, aged ?.". He was a vocate coat and pair of shoes from Will, a col- warm hearted, clever citizen, liked by Mi:. D. F. Logan, who has had a long The grounds for the colorod fair ored boy who lives with Hon. J. S. a)l who knew him and goes hence with solge of typhoid fever, Is, wo are glad to know from Dr. Bailey, rapidly con- are in Qno shape and Manager Ander- Owsley, Sr. He was tried before no atain of dishonor on his life. He son Carr says a great crowd Is prom- Judge Bailey yesterday and given 30 was twice married, his last wife, who valescing. wa- Mrs. Cosby, surviving him. The Godwin, who has boon ised. The premiums are liberal and days In jail. Miss Annib will doubtless be hotly contested for. remains were taken to Danville yestervisiting tho MUscs Bibb in the Wen EvebyJacic Knows it All. Mr day for interment. Knd, returnod to her homo in Florida APKIB.MBD. Tho court of nppoals John Bright has explained it and we yesterday. HEWS IN THE VICINAGE. atllrmcd the Garrard circuit court's forgive him both for his wrong woath-c- r Mil Ikk Philips, Jil, has decldod decision that druggists In local option prediction and the 50 ho owoo us on The last Madison circuit court sent to name his ttr- -t boy, Henry Baugh- town must also pay the ?ii0 license fo his bad break for Sunday. This is the man, for his uncle, who appreciates It explanation. Once there was a king eight prisoners to the pen. selling whisky on prescription. The very highly. Jerry Tuggle, postmaster at Montl- case wiii appealed by John E Stormes, who wanted to go hunting; ohe called By our methods of doing business, We mark our goods at the Low- HKV. S. M. Logan, of Allddiosboro, i cello, is dead of typhoid fever, his wiseacros toe.uit.yr to chooea spell who lose. est Posible Price that our William Goodin, better known as came yesterday to hold tho preparatory when the woathor would be good. With Presbyservices to communion at tho TUB ladles of the Christian church one accord they named a time and the "Wild Bill," an old soldier, died at terian church Sunday. at Crab Orchard, announce that there king set out for his hunt. On tho way Pineville. Jessie I. Wilson, a prominent mer- MisskS Pkakl BUKNSIDR and Knto will be a supper given for the benefit ho met a boy riding an ass and in order Alcorn joined Allss Annlo Bronough of the church, Saturday night, tho 1st, to sav something to him asked what chant of Barbourvllle, died Tuesday of Englomun's houso party at Llnnlettn at Prof. Stupp's residence. Icos and ho thought of the weather. "It will be a complication of troubles. Springs Wednosdny. Tho governor refused to pardon I cakes will be served. All are request pouring down rain inside of six hours." H. B. WILSON is day clerk at tho ed to allond. king rode on and sure E. Thompson, of Rockcastle, in seven said he. Tho Clnrcndon Hotel, Lexington, and incases for unlawful salo of liquor. Will admit, which means lower than others sell. High price is a stranDu. Goldstein com i no .Dr. Gold enough in a few hours It was almost A dispatch from Lebanon says that vites his friends here to come to see raining pitchforks. When It had coas-c- d ger in our store. A child can buy goods in our store as cheap a. those stein, thu eminent optician of Louiss of the democrats of Marion him during the trots. n littlo ho sent for the boy and asked Si who are posted. We have worked hnrd getting our enormous stock Mil E. H. Bbaxlbv loaves for At- ville, will be at the Myers House, him how he predicted accurately. are for Hon. P. W. Hardin for govin condition to show, and we invite you you to come and let us show lanta tomorrow, whore he will spend a Thursday, Oct. 6th. One day only. If "Well," said he, ''my jack turned bis ernor. vou. couple of months collecting for the your eyes are troubling you, now Is the tall to the East and brayed early this Abell Bros.' store, at Lebanon, .was time to correct thorn with properly Wrought Iron Range Co. morning and that is a sign that never burned out entailing a loss of about Si Birrrnc McPall, who hm ad justud glares. Delay Is both costly falls that It will rain in six hours." $10,000. Tho inside of the opera house Miss . snoot the summer at Crab Orchard, and dangeron-Tho king thereupon dismUsod his was also burned. Stock is the best wo have ever shown. We are now showing our first was tho guest of tho Misses DeBord on The contract for carrying the malls LluilTNiNu either struck George L. weather prophets and engaged tho boy shipment of Capes, Jackets ami Collarettes. We open the ball AlonPenny's residence Monduy night or very and his jack. "Ami since then," Mr. from Bimble to Barbourville has been her return to Versailles'. day with 15 pieces 30 inch dark percale at 5c. Mil and Mus. J. S. Gblmus and uncomfortably oloo to it. The whole Bright added "overy jackass thinks he awarded to S. N. Rangeley at S5S.SS a ElUaboth, of Kllsabethtown.oamo family felt a slight shock, Mrs. Penny can foretell the weather." Tho reader year. Rangeley seems to be leading in All jestordav to visit his mother and fami- smolled brimstone, some shingles and can make his own application. the stnr routes of this State at present. ly. plastering were knockod off nnd the The entire Collins family on tho ;w Mil AIitchblTaylob and wife, of electric lights and telephone were ,C. W. B. M. The Christian Womon'H Aladison and Garrard county line is Allddleburg, wore hero Wodneeday. burned out. Board of Allssions for tho 10th district strickon with typhoid fever. Both Ho has several farms in North Dakota hold throe very interesting sessions at parents and three children have died Bright has sold aid had jut returned from soolng after SALBfi. Greonberry Boyle, his farm the Christian church yesterday, which and the roraainlng four aro now down to James H. Swope, of had been becomingly arranged with with the dlseaso. them. on Hanging Pork containing 107 acres tlowors, plants, banners, maps, &c. Allss Adah Rawlings, daughter of bill. J. X. VaNIIOOK has bought a atSUl. Ho bought of Air. Swope his Neat programs told, of the order of the Supt. John W. Rawlings, of Danville, nunr row;. l,ivbu, inn tte Veountj, and moved to it. ue aim ins farm of llu acres on the Danville exercises and wero given to the visi- died Alonday of rheumatism of the fnmlly nro good citizens and we dislike Stanford pll:e, three miles from tors along with a ticket for dinner by heart, aged 17. She was a bright, ut 50, and of Simeon Cook 100 four pretty young girls, Alices Virgie nretty girl and her death is a fearful to loio them. ! Mu. .1. G. PULLIAM. of llarrodsburg. acres adjoining tho Swopo farm at i'X. Pickett, Anna Cook, Lcllle Cooper blow to her devoted paronts. O. H. Waddle and J. B. Hornaday, who Is taking a vacation after u long .Mr. Bright advertises his home on the and Virginia Warren, who also acted move to as 1, 1 and honorable newspaper service, is Danville pike for rale and will ushers. Airs. W. C. Shanks led the of Somerset, are two of the Incorporhis new property as soon as possible. singing, which was a pleasing feature, ators of the Kentucky Oil nnd Pipe nero with old friends who hold hint in Air. Swope Is undecided as to where ho assisted by Alosdnmes L. B. Cook, J. Company, of Somerset, with a capital high esteem. Enulicman will go, but it Is hoped ho will move to W. Hayden and A. A. Warren, and stock of SoO.OOO which has filed articles Miss Annik Buonauoii Messrs. Warren, O'Baunon, Peyton of Incorporation with tho Secretary of. Hnt out a large number of invitations his new purchase in thlo county. young people of thtp section to and Beazley. Miss Anno Shnnks, who State. to tho ToNKiliT At Walton's Opera House presided, made a very pretty Introducmeet her happy houso party at Llnnl-ett- a James Towmcy's stock barn, In Aler will appear T. B. Donaldson, tho Bostory address, and Mrs. Will Severance cer, was struck by lightning and burnlast night. ton Trilby nnd his Vaudeville Co., In beautifully worded welcome address, ed to tho ground. One horse, several Mu. Glouuk Ncckols Hoiihs, of troducing six great artists. Donald-so- u a which was appropriately responded to wagons and two or three hundred dolCovington, was hero Wednesday to get Is a superior clog, trick and song data of tho Walton family in connec- dancer, Barnes tho one arm contor- by Airs. Jennie Carpenter, of Huston-vlll- lars' worth of farming machinery Other speakers wero Airs. Nan- wero burned. Loss, $2,000. No intion with his own, which ho Is to emtionist, Donaldson the tiro king nnd In book form. nie B. Rces, of Eminence; Allss Anno surance. balm magician and others fill tho program D. AI. Bale, an Inmate of the Lunatic Rbv. and Mus. W. S. Gbinstbad with interest and wonder. An after- DcJarnett and Airs. Chenault, of RichMlllorsburg In their buggy last piece of fun entitled "The Camp Aleet-In-g mond; Alr. T. J. Foster, Airs. J. W. Asylum at Lakeland, committed suicide left for Bayden, Airs. C. A. Cox, Airs. J. W. by hanging himself with n bed sheet. afternoon. Tho young ladles nnd tho on Bull Frog Island" will conclude rost of the family will not lcavo till tho performance, all of which can bo Caperton, Airs. W. B. O'Bannon, Airs. He was 57 years of age and was sent to Monday, and then thoro will bo some Been for 2."5c. Half of the houeo re Stella O'Neal Hubble and Allss Frances tho asylum from Casoy county. He had weeping and walling by certain young served for white pcoplo, who aro es- Shanks, and eaoh handled her subject been a patient for many years. His was the 2d suicide there in two days. beauty and grace. men. pecially Invited. Go and sco tho best with The boiler of a sawmill at Mahan At noon everybody was invited to Lucy Chancbllob entertained colored show on the road. Miss dinner in tho lecture room where sover- - Station, in Whitley, exploded killing 'Monday night in honor of tho Misses Ike B. Laib und County nl large and flower bedecked tables Van Cloyd, fatally wounding At Ten Por Cent. Lower Than Anybody. See Us Before You Buy. Grlnsteud and Mrs. J. II. Turner. An and seriously hurting John nddl- - Superintendent W. A. B. Davis, of groaned under their weight of good Shoup, excellent lunch was served and In t Inn tn th other attractive features of Rockcastle, were hero Tuesday to se- things, splendidly prepared and served Bryant. All three of tho men are the evening, Mrs. Turner sang n num- cure 10 men to solect a jury from to try by beautiful waiters. Airs. G. C. highly respected citizens, and tho W. G. Alulllns for killing Givens and Airs. John J. AlcRoborts community has sustained a serious ber of songs very charmingly. Henry Langford on last olcctlon day. were tho committee In chargo of this loss. Mil W. n. MUUPHY, who Is just sworo Sheriff Henry department and that means that it This from tho Richmond Register H back from Sherman, Texas,' says that Tho defendant tr c: excellently attended to. was tells the tale of tho condition of most from serving in tho case. the Lono Star State Is putting In tho Catron e Thirty-ninmen went to Alt. Vernon Rev. W. R. Lloyd arrived from Rich of the free pikes: "Since the free turnlargest crop of wheat ever known and in response to the summons, but tt was mond during tho day nnd last night was pike system was Inaugurated in this that tho cotton crop is rolling Into decided even after that expense to post- to havo delivered an address ou the county, nearly a year ago, the turnp market. Ho will return to Sherman a trial. They wero allowed work of tho ladies, which everybody pikes, which have received but littlo E about Dec. 1. Ho left Miss Suo Whit- pone tho pay and mlleagej which ran acquainted with his beautiful command attention In tho way of repair, have v o one day's ColCo o ley Murphy In the if re from $4 to $4.00 each, tho total amount of language, wero looking forward to gone from bad to worso until now, in lege. c some sections, thoy aro little hotter 3 Tho trustee of tho jury with de'ight. 81W. Miss Blocic Boglk, one of tho being gave Air. S. H. Baughman, one of There wero ISO people registered, 17 than dirt roads." C3 a TJ tr O handsomest girls of tho West End fund check for tho amount und of whom came from Boyle, Including n 10-noted for beauties, was hero Wednes tho numbcr,n of prayer is the week October l. ho paid them off at tho Lincoln Nation- Rovs. J. S. Kindrlck and I. AI. day accompanied by Dr. Carl Lewis b for the Southern Aleth-odiThero were a number from and return. Wheeler. Tho latter brought an ad- al on their Women's Home Allssion Socbsty. to in our Alt. Garrard and" a score or so from West Tho remark referred o vertisement of tho Charles Wheeler A soldier of the 1st Kentucky was s meeting was greatly stock and of the open- Vernon letter is said to have been that Lincoln. Tho Emporium's Pall who mistook him raurdor was a d n cowardly enjoyed and was. a success lu every killed by a Spaniard ing of millinery to occur Oct. 5 and 0. "tho for an outlaw. I particular. one." See it on our first page. Sub Biggins it McKlnney before you buy your winter hay, straw, mil- A little timo spent looking at our purchase uf Dry goods, Notions, Hats, Hoots, bhoes Ac. we bought some lines of Youit taxes are past duo ncd I must ak that you pay them at once. S. M dress goods and cloaks will save you goods very low and we propose to give our customers the benefit oflow prices. Wo are prepared to show you a Owens, Sheriff. some monoy. Severanco it Sons. Having just returned from tho city where spent several davs in making our fall Tub best HiPILEOTBIB B. PERKINS, L.INK m m - Hus-tonvll- lc Our Second Opening T.-A- I. m ... The Latest Novelties in Dress Goods and Trimmings. y al, to-da- y litis-tonvlll- c, Thursday And Friday, Oct. 6 find 7. them-sojvo- JOHN P. JONES. - 4 &1 ! i Shopping Is Made Pleasant l ECONOMICAL CASH PLAN '1 h n nine-tenth- I OUR DRESS GOODS & ti vv L SEVERANCE SONS. m&mmmmmm$m&mwzmmi ; uitiu Dan-vlll- o, For CASH Only ! I. Beginning Sep. will sell only for Cash or Produce. Get my Prices before buying. MARK HARDIN, STANFORD. o. LOOK HERE ! Corn Harvesters, Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, St J. B. K. VJEAREN SON. Cnrr-Burd- ott a Bos-wel- 10 o self-deni- al st a H HZ" .. JWr,, -- , srt . . , . !' f ? . , Sri - V. - " - v. l" v rrrmTKZ' McKIHNEY. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 3?."blls3a.ai"vioo4o.3rs a.n.i S"xi iftv -- AT- S3 I en JHJK YJC-iVl- t IN- - VDVA'CK charged. not ioi'al.lma.eSO gill lit IBl&il KENTUCKY CENTRAL TIME GIRD DIVISION. jubilant over their eay victory. Miss Alice Gooch has bought out the millinery firm of Tanner & Campbell and movedaho stock to Wave's Hall, where she will &trive to please her customers In both style nnd price of goods. Ike Gilll9j)le ha9 moved his barbershop to Science Hill, but Campbell McKlnney still "holds the fort." at this place. The McKlnney base ball club defeat? ed the Utirgln team in it contest here last week, the score resulting 2S to 3 In favor of McKlnney. The boys here aro '' m i I3 E i '. lV).cre, well wirt snil In fin tUlrotciiltlTi ager. Undertaker, Dl'IMNO THE IUTTI.K OK SAXTIAOO. her brother, Arthur Scott. Miss Pattie Uirnt. orcturu. lion. Two ilwrllln )iimh- Htutonville, Kentucky Ac Corn ml bay croiunn WUnuhl Rev. Mr. Marshall, of Danville, Green Is the guest of Mrs. W. C. MilDAY. Klrrn to ult iurrliaHtr Call 00 or aJJrru, J. C A UL'flll .NIlltIT AND preached at tho Presbyterian church ler. Miss Ida Tyree, of Pittsburg, Is SICK OH WKI.L, MC1VKY, Maulonl, Ky. I.'.lm Offim bU trtitcrt to thr le ofWxt IJocola Sunday afternoon. Rev. H. Ford, the visiting her cousin, Miss Rosa Gentry. The Packers at the Hattle of Santiago nJ Cufjrctmnlki. lullftuckot odiQianilCuk- uind all Heroes. Their Herotisiiwar.on de Cuba were Australian minister, who has been con- Miss Ida Is en route to tho State W, C. S5 l. H. CrtDif r. Mnir. ic Efforts in Getting Ammunition and DR. R. ducting a series of meetings at the New T. U. convention at Louisville. Mrs. Nations to the Front Saved the Day. Bethel church, will close the meeting Sallle Williams and daughter. Rlsse, No. 3, writ1'. E. Hutler, of Friday nighu He has succeeded in are In Louisville. Edgar Albright has HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & reorganizing the church there and has returned to Centre College. Miss Emma ing from Santiago Do Cuba, on July '23, SURGEON, the promise of the brethren for renew- Rlckles, after a pleasant visit homc.has says: "Wo all had dinrrhoea m more or Louisville Ky., keep It going In the future. returned to Lexington. U. S. Marshal leu's violent form, and when we landed Stanford, - - Kentucky. ed efforts to AMERICANS EUROPEAN May they succeed. Rev. Ford differs Short and party made a raid on moon- we had no time to ee n doctor, for it wkH Ofllco orer IHp'Irn Jc McKlnney Store. from most ministers, in that he refuses shiners last Tuesday night. a case of rush and rush night and day to of to accept money from Mulllns for keep the troops supplied with ammuniTho trial of The Ladies ilestaurant is the tinent io POWDER religion for his preaching, or for any killing Henry Langford at Crooked tion and rations, but thanks to Chamber the city. Every convenience for ladlea Lincoln County Sink. ItemeAkiolutely Pure church work. spending the day In the city. Creek at the last November election Iain's Co ic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Getitleiien'n Cafe on olllce floor. Miss Hettie Moore entertained about was set for Thursday. The attorneys d-, we were able to keep nt work nnd TltEASUHV nni'AI'TMKST, orricnnr the '20 young people last Friday evening In for Mulllns opposed having Sheriff keep our health; In fact, I sincerely betiieci'miujm'V, coMnitoi.i.i:u or THOMAS A. MULLIGAN. Vtihltipl)i. I). C , AugUxt lull, 1'.H. honor of Murray Jones and Archie Catron and his deputies servo hence lieve that at one critical time this mediROYM. lAKlxa MOtH CO., M YORK. Manager. Wheren. evidence preRiffe, the boys in blue. Miss Mattle others were chosen to serve during the cine was the indirect saviour of our army, iunteil to theIiv ntlfaotorv It lint K'tn madeuixIer.lffni.Ml, Mumc Tuesihtv, Thtird.iy and Sunday Hughes, of Turnersvllle, entertained trial. Judge Lair and Supt. Davis were or if the packers had been unable to tonppoar mat me uncoin count r Kreniiiv. In the city Hank Wednesday evening In honor of James sent to Lincoln county to select a jury work there would havo been no way of Stanford, In of Stanford," of Lincoln of .. .. . rpt. the count v and Barkley, Will Florence and Walter and returned with .10 of her substantial getting Mipplies to lite mini, mere Stule of Kentucky, ha compiled with nil MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. Cromwell "soldier boys" from the 2d citizens. All went well for a time, the were no roads that a wapon train could the provision of the Mtitule of tho I'nlt.il to Lancaster, : Kentucky. Kentucky and Cth Tennessee Regi- prisoner was pleased with his jury and use. My comrade and umelf had the ?tnte, requiredMinll!eIk?romp led withtobefore authorized E. O. MrCOItMM K, WAItUKN J. I VM II, of thii the liulnci of llunklucNewly furnished; clean beds; splended ments. There Is some talk of a wed- case was about to proceed when the good fortune to lay in a supply !" Trrh Mt A l4iATU Now, therefore, Grorjro M. Coltln, Deputy Everything Portera ding in this neck o' the .voods soon, sheriff made a remark, which Mulllns' medicine for our pack-traibefore wo table. IIMINNAII.O ami Action Comptroller of tho Currency, do 89 meet all trains. Will Kennedy and Archie Riffe boing attorneys thought was meant to left Tampa, and I know in four cases it hereby certify that "The I.lnrolri County " National ltuu'k of Stanford" In the City o"f the contracting parties. We would the jury against his client and absolutely saved life Stanford, In the County of Lincoln nnd S. PRICE, A. suggest that Will wait until Archie Is he Immediately resented It. Things The above letter wn written to the State of Kentucky. U authorized to commustered out of Uncle Sam's service, looked squally for a time, but Judge manufacturers of tills medicine, tho mence tho tuIim of llHiikltiR it provided Surgeon In section fifty one hundred which might spare an early and painful Morrow was equal to the occasion, the Chamberlain Medicine Co., Dos Moines of the ItevNeil Stntutef tho mid lty nine Dentist, I' tilted ?tate. Craig tfc llocker, mv hand In tettuionv whereof urtr.t separation. trial was postponed und "the jurymen Iowa. For sale by Ky. and ooul of ortlce tht ninth day of Auput, DruggUts, Stanford, Stanford, Ky. The cannery will probably make its returned home. I alls. (JKO. M. com.v, Livingston Items. The Christian Offioeover Mcltoberts' Drug Store in thel'Owsley last run of the season's tomatoes this If a very solemn thing," he said, "It Doputy nnd Acting Comptroller of the Building. week. An Immense amount of the S. S. had an attendance of 01 pupils "when a woman intrusts a man with Currency succulent irult has been handled and last Sunday. George Cook Is superin- her atlections." IT No. Slii. several car loads of the canned goods tendent aud John McGeo assistant. solemn "It's a ml'.'htv slcht more OF BROOKLYN, are now stocked In the building Mrs. Charles Stark Is visiting relatives whnn h makes him think she has In for shipment. Three or four in South Carolina." Mrs. R. C. Wade trusted them to him while they ar cars have been shipped to wholesale Is conducting a select school at her still locked tin in her iewel box," h Caledonian : merchants, who have previously learn- residence. John Mulllns, of Frankfort, rnllnil. THE ed that "McKlnney Tomatoes" are as spent last week with friends here. Miss Co., 01 Scotland. Then they looked at each other, and Q('MfQ fMYfW SYSTEM good as the best. After the last run of Grace Jackson and sisters, of Texas, was time for "wviiiu U"""'"U1 uiwimt realized that KOUNDIJD 1HOO. Dentist, Stanford, Ky. tomatoes will follow au experimental visited friends here this week. John each summer tllrtatlonit to end. their Offlco over Illgglns & McKinney's Store. run or two on pumpkins, which, If Cook's family has moved to Texas, rnxnriuTE: livening Post. Solicits abharoof the patrouage ofthocorn-enuilt, .... satisfactory, will be extended and here- where he has an excellent position with m 50 GREAT STATES 6 He asked her If ho might kiss her EIGHT after made a prominent brunch of the theL. fc N. Gabe Lair is recoverinir KY business. We feel proud of our cannery from an attack of fever. Messrs. Dewey lip:, and she replied that he Kentucky Tennewe, Virginia, fleorgla North and South Carollun. and the enterprising citizens operating Dlankenshipand LevUay aro on the was as strong as Sampson aud she but Alabama. MIlilppl a weak girl without tho power of sucit. It has proven a blessing to the poor sick list. Inhering people of this community, and C. A new street has been opened back of cessfully resisting him, and then the Sleeping when It is known that little bovs the schooMiouse aud many new houses Schley voung thing assumed a defense less attitude, and by 'Evans tho nautiand girls are earning farm hand wages have been built there. Ilctwccu '.onlivlllo a in' the South. The and being paid promptly, every day If Livingston supports four largo hotels. cal cuss took advantage of her help-- 1 hunlessnossand klssod her onuo for every they want It, and that probably a The water supply is inexhaustible here, THREE DAILY TRAINS dred hands are, In some way, employed hence the L. & N. is centering all of star on the Union Jack. And the next Stanford, Ky., day another naval engagement was told Each way between LouUvlllennd Lexington by the concern, It is easy to ee why we its works at this point of in the papers. Ex. W. A. TtTUK, O. P. A.. are proud to note its bucccss. Why Is Receiving lii.s And Watlilnzton. D. O. In giving his A Kausas can't more of Lincoln's enterprising V. II. TAYLOR, A. O. P. For typhoid fever, Dr. Woodbrldgc, Goods. citizens put their heads and money to- experience in feeding hogs, says that Ivy Myer Hospital, Washington gether and establish manufacturing five acres of sweet potutoes will fatten of Fore gives auttseptlcs Internally. He cleans Goods Warranted. interests all over the county nnd give more hogs thau 2o acros of corn. He out tho bowels of the patient tlrot, and 0 Fit Guaranteed. her people work? Some of McKinney's had tiO hogs that would yield him keeps them clean with antiseptic pounds of pork, and ho estimates then citizens have been making an effort to Give Him a Call. And Dealer in solutions, killing the bacilli Insldo the have woolen mills established here and the cost of their feed at not more than success. HARNESS, SADDLERY, &C. have met with some degree of encour- S2G In actual cash fo- - labor and other body and has remarkable expenses in his potato Held. agement. Let them come STANFORD. KY. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mr. and Mrs. Ponplcwcll. of Russell The barkeeps held u convention at county, are visiting at D. L. Moore's. Lexington this week and formed an OF STANFOHD, ky. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hummelsteln spent association to be known as the Liquor LEXINGTON. Sunday and Monday In Danville and Dealers Protective Association. II. S. A ngent of O. L. I'lchurds of Now York, Capital Stack $100,000. Surplus, $15,750 Lexington observing a Jewish holiday. McNutt, of Louisville, was elected I will sell at public auction nt Otteuhclm, on SATUItDAV. OCT. 1. lSlN. tho Hotel Attention of the public li railed to the fact that TEN DAYS, Hampton Euson and wife leave this president and T. A. Flarinclloy was ruriilturii and Fixture at Ottonliolni. The thliia t'uemdr National Hank in Sl'atifonl. Unl'urniturt) new nnd In good condition. der Ibo irufUloni ot the National Hani: Act week for their home In Otawa, Kas. made State organizer. drpoilton aratecured not only br tho cajiiil iIckW Tortus Culi. Sale begins lit 10 a. m. Mr. Eason was once one of Lincoln's Cornelius Vanderbilt has agreed to hut by the it ok holders' llalillltj- (or nil amount VM. LANDGItAP, IIIII I eiualtu theitoclc to that Uloiltorofthi Imtltu. best magistrates. Mrs. W. R. David- foot the bills of a botanical expedition J. I'. Chandler, Aucr. Krljjer, Ky. tlon aro awuivil Uj a fumt otJJCO.lKiO. Rre iworn son, of Somerset, spent a few days with to Porto Rico, hdaded by Dr. Drltton, tatemeutsoi the couilltlonol the Hank areimde each year to tho Unititl State (Jorerniucnt andita relatives here last week. Murray Jones, of the New York .Botanical Garden. asMta are examlnel at ttatel timet hj goTernmeut ! ageuts, thu tevurlDKaJJItlonal auilirlect ultl son of Henry C. Jones, of Piano, Tex., They expect to gather some rare llora, m to lcioiltora. sold prlvntelv before, we will sell If not ThU Institution orlxlnallr established as the De. who moved from here 12 years ago, specimens of which are unknown in posit Hank ol Stanford tn !), then reorganized u on SATURDAY, OCT. 1, 1893, at ttt auction then but a small boy and a member of this country. ilie naiionii iuiik 01 Man lord In itxii andagiiln 11 a, m. on tho premises Route to tho writer's Sunday school class, walked Sells Bros, and Forepaugh's circus 10,000 Futurity, Oct 4. reorcaulieUusthe First National llank of Stan lord in U3i, has bad practically anunlntenuiiteUezUt. Acres, Farm of 87 Great '2M Trot, Oct. 5, ence for 33 years. It Is better supplied uuw will in and grasped his old teacher's hand train was wrecked on tho N. &. V. 5,000 Transylvania. Oct. 0, On Hanging Fork one mllo from Huston-vlll- o lacllitles for transacting butlness prouiptly aud lib" last Wednesday and allowed him to Two men were killed and u car with Great face, Oct. 0. 1 orally than hut before in Its long aud nouorabl on the Stanford pike. It is well Imcareer. Accounts of Individuals, flduciarles.nrtni guess out on Identification before he elephants rolled down an etnbankmcut proved, with houso of eight rooms, all tho 43.000 Oup Stake, Oct. 11, Ashland Stake, Oct. 12 acd lndiriduali solicited. ucceHjary outhouses, well would make himself known, and then and tho unlmals were Injured, but er falling iprlngd. Farm watered with nevDIRICTOR. In high state of Othor Famous Stakes Daily. enjoyed the laugh at our expeqse. uono killed. F. Ueld, Lincoln Co.; J. W, Harden, Stanford cultivation. All under good fence. Sale U S. II, Itauuhmiu. ' S. T. Harris, ' for tho purpose of u satisfactory We didn't "do a thing" to him for the . Returning Klondlkers say that Sir Wrlto to any of tho undersigned for division. World's Greatest Racing. J. S. Hocker, " T.l. Hill, further " W. A. Tribble, W.l Walton next 24 hours. Murray Is a soldier Arthur Curtis, who mysteriously dis- particulars or Call on or addross J. W. Drye J. 11 Coliler.Crab Orch'd M. J. Miller, Mt.Yernoa. Famous Band. boy and belonged to Co. D., 2d Mo., V. appeared last spring, committed aul- - ut Uustoiivllle, Ky. M.D.EImore, Stanford. Drvo, Mrs. Baker Terhune and Mrs. Half Fare on Ilailroads. orpiciRl. A., I. He joined tho army In Surlnirfleld. rddo when hunirrv and worn fromhard- - J. J.P.W.Fiddler, Ilradfordsville, Mrs. It. O. rnik J. Reed, O. P.D, V.Chicago. J ;S. Hocker, President; J. J. Mcltoberti: Cashl E. B. Bacon, A., Loularlllf . Ky Mo., In May and was sent to Chlcka--1 ships. Uradley, Ilarrodaburg. 40 P. P. Johnston, Pros. H. W. WiL9jK,Se.c, A.;a .:McKinne3r,AsUUntCashJtr.' Aunt "Sooky" Lee, the old colored lady, who has lived with A. B. McKlnney for many years, died, after only a ML VERNON, few days' illness, Tuesday morning. KNOXVILLE DIVISION. 100 or more years old. She is said to be The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. memory of tho war of 1812 was L. B. Adams Saturday afternoon. going North .... I; ; P " Her Z'o. 21 Train " " No. 26 " ,51 " clear and she delighted to tell of its Bro. Ira M. Boswcll will preach hero " outh No. 25 " !?mSS horrors. next Sunday and probably begin a proNo. 23 " For allirolnts. G. R. Jeter, the efficient undertaker tracted meeting. of Mlddleburp, has opened a branch KO!IOU TICKKTS SOLD. So much war talk has a bad effect HAGOAOE CHECKED THKOUOH. store of hid line of poods here, and upon some of our citizens, as smull For any Information enquire of placed J. King1 Huston in charge. We lights are quite tho rage. JOE S. 1UCE, Agent, have never had a line of such goods On last Tuesday evening a merry fctanforJ, Kj. kept here before and while uo living crowd of young people drove out to the man really wants thew, dead men must lovely country home of Miss Carrie FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. have them, and we sec no reason why Lair, giving her a surprise party. at 6:30 a. m. .an J 3 r x., King should not be the proper man to As Mr. Will Hundley and his attorTrains leave Frankfort dnnectlng at ueorgeiown " . supply them. ney, State Inspector Lester, were going toe Paris at 3:40 a.m. and 5: 10 i m. Leave 1'arls George Thomas, who was here with a toward Brush Creek last Tuesday to at&:20 a. M. and S:M r. m.. connecting at (; 11:63 town with Q. A C. and reaching small tent show, traveling as Thomas, take measurements at the scene of the "' ,Dd7:SS5sEPII U. NEWTON, A. O. P. & Kaufman, about a year ago, died of Lawrence killing on Brush Creek, they typhoid fever at Estel Springs, Tenn., were met by an armed posse and orderCRESCENT. QUEEN a few days ago and his body was ship- ed tmck to town after being subjected ped to this placo and was met here by to tho most abusive language. Messrs. Traini pass Junction City as follows: It to Phil, Hundley and Lester were unarmed and 12 02 p tn Kp. 2 North...... 11 P m his father, who conveyed Ho. 1 South ......8 4 aw 11 49 am "4 No.t " " 6 " . 13tPm Casey county, where it received Inter upon their return were In less amiable 1118am No. 5 " 600am ment. Mr. Thomas left a beautiful humor than when they started. 8 05pm "10 " Ho. 9 " Ko. 2 stops only for pten. 1 does not stop. No. who accompanied his reMr. W. A. Morrow and wife have cers from South of Somerset. 9 and U( run no iun.- little widow, thcr than Junction City and 5 and t only to Sow- mains to their last resting place. She been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. a net. is an actress and did some clever acting Bethurum this week. Mrs. Dr. J. T. when here last fall. Tho show has Flanagan Is visiting relatives In Boyle Royal Makes the food pure, disbanded as Mr. Thamas was its man county. Miss Rachel Scott Is visiting wholesome aad dellciwu. 4 No. F Arrrlvwnt Stanford at 1:03 A. M. a. m. No. 1sitw Stanford nt No. 21 Arrives at ltowland at I2:w 3:0 No. W Leaves Stanford at t. mauga to light green files nnd typhoid j fever and be practiced upon, If ho got sick, by Mr. MoKlnley's veterinary surgeon. His regiment Is now at Lex ington. but are expecting orders to Wp koop "tho KvU" linn of leave for their native Stater Miss Alice Gooch is visiting at Wuynesburg. Mrs. Fannie Smith has returned from a visit to relatives at Livingston. Mrs. D. S. McKlnney and children accompanied her and are with relatives here. Arthur -, Carter has given up his clerkship In Alo "tlif bost" I'nlnts. Oil. V:irnMii- Lend. Color and Staint. rUtC'Kll'TlONS ulwnv. i'oinuittel from tliebet" dru obtnlnnMc. Voar pttroiiu-"Tho Cyclone" and gone bask to tho prli-emid It will boourcouMniit nlm to sell tue let" good nt farm. Jacob Hummelsteln has a new man handling tho yard stick and scis& sors nnd his name is Jacob Ezralsky. Is very feeble with Mrs. Shelton Smith lung trouble. He Welch, colored, Is ulso verv weak with same disease. I e I . Oup Motto: "The Best." Stationery, Perfumery, Toilet Articles and Combs and Brushes, oiue-ful- ly vil njirt-clnt- CRAiC nflvJv - HOOKER. Captured SwcctncHS. Natuie ha huon dnt.vit on with no L Hy sfts! l I Vi aLHF gKSffMlr B'BA'fwp""' 5if -- ?5 fff? v "k9Hv-'- fi - l'"r'r lair k ViV' r.MliLll cpnring hand nnd tho assortment of or ders in our Perfumery department em braces tho scents of the wood, the field nnd the garden. They are all triple ex- tracts and very latinjr. Our line of Tol let Soaps 1 of excellent qua'ily. ra ill li H fBwHaBrsHsllV .r v imitate Penny's Drug Store. NOTICE. Hank .V Trut Co., lo":trJ In tlm State of Kentucky, U oloMnjf up It atTiiIr. All creditor of nahl - -- Some manufacturers We are out this vear with somo new improvement. We don't; we originate Perfect in ha'ances, Ihjlit draft, force feed, Ac, at ?tauford. their UU'llt. The Parmer Hank therefore are herein- clalmapilnl "nlt Hunk for pay notified to nro-ie- nt 4 The Lincoln County National Hniilr of Stanford. Ky.. has uVceeled the I'nrraen When you are oftVred n disc drill. Othcrfl aro imitations. We were tinnble to fil Hank .V Trut Co.. of Stanford. Kv , and ha nU3iel all It liabilities atit anil our orders lat year, and kindly ask you to placo your order wlth'm early for the besl enttro hutlne. ss. II, SHANKS, on earth. I'reilcnt. Always Ask For The "Superior," HIGGUNS Sr. J. H.OW.SI.KV, Cahler McKIJMJNUIY. J. It, OWSI.KV. Cahler - A CRITICAL TIME FARM FOR SALE, ,:TsVfe J. T. SUTTON, tl Toox-Mia- a mi mfi M. PHGLPS, pack-trai- n LOUISVILLE HOTEL rs Mm Mason Hotel first-clas- .u-tlon- nl "Big Four Route," . 11 1111 com-ruen- co - s. n .t. FIRE INSURANCE Insurance phjb.no: Company Insurance XR. P. W. CARTER, l,sea-sonln- g" -- i Soutnern Railway t,M-cag- o v. R. B. MAHONY, Agt bTAM-'OItn, jcjvjcci)vy u Through Cars H. RUPLEY, Merchant Tailor, Fall hog-ralsc- r, VIntcr UNDERTAKER! IS,-00- KENTUCKY'S ! Hotel Furniture And GREAT TROTS TAKE THE issssssl Fixtures. 1 III III Jsss! OCT. 4 TO IS, - FARM. FOR SALE 9takeS'$75,000rurSeS J- The Popular -2 :0l CHICAGO. t4t A - Uellcstcdt-Ballenbur- g AV "V 'i-- .' ''Uv 1