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. Semi-We ekly Interior Jou JK.IN Alju, VOL. XXIII. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER -19. 1895. NO. 75 CRABJWCHARD. Our November weather continues mild mill lovely. Alter a sevr illness of soveral days tho gonial faco of Mies Beasio Carson appears among lnr companions who aro glad to give her erecting. Klder Wm, Anderson, now of tho Louisville Seminary, Iihb hoen called to tho pastorate of tlio IMptlst church and will 1111 tho pulpit two Lord's in pacli month. We hid him a douhlo to ourcomtuuuity and hospeak for him great results in his faithful Ho will deliver tho Thanksgiving sermon In tho Christian church. H, should all Join in a truly, heartfelt Thanksgiving fr tho manifold m ercles and hlesslngs extended to us througout the past year. Many Borrowing, sympathizing friends assembled at the depot Saturday afternoon to meet tho remains of Mre. George I-ea James The long procession attested tho very high esteem in which she was hold by this people. Sho loaves a husband and two children with many other friends to mourn her loss. Tho dear little ones do not realize the sad loss they have sustained, but may God abundantly bless and raro for thorn and sanctify this sore allliction to the good of all tho bereaved ones is, the sincere wish of sympathizing friends. Mrs. Uus Hofmann and Mrs. Dr. Dick returned Friday from a pleasant visit to Cincinnati and Louisville. The Misses Huctianan spent several days in Louisville the past week. Mrs. Capt. Dillon has returned from p visit of boiiio length in New York. Mrs. Dr. Fay no and daughter, Mis Maybelle, made a Hying trip to Madison county Friday, re turning Sunday afternoon. Dr. Walter Ueszley and Miss Hettio Henry, of Lancaster, were pleasant guesta of V. A. Ueazley'H ftinily. Mr. U. 1 McMahan aud Mr. V. Alford. of th Uiblu College, Lexington, were guests of College Home last week. of aTocal NATURE. Harry I'rathur, oi Kichinond, broke hla leg while playing shinuey. Joe Noel, of the Shawnee Hun neighborhood, killed 86 rabbits in three dayp, last week. Harrodsburg Democrat. Thomas 0. Adame, editor of the Richmond Pantagraph wants to b clerk o! tho incoming railroad commiwion board. Tho Richmond Register has secured the servic.H of Prof. Whlttv Waldrop, lato principal of Klliott Institute, Kirks-ville, as field editor and solicitor. Centre College defeated tho Ohio University foot ball team at Danville Saturday 18 to 0. Tho HogeettH and the L. A. O's tied at Lexington V2 to 12. The Richmond Climax says that Mr. E, Tutt Hurnam will be ono of the youngest, tallest, talkingest, handsomest, brightest and brainiest members of tho newly elected House. Owsley Stanhope, who lives near Versailles, made his RihUi tho depository of his savings, thinking the Good Rook would bo free from investigation. A few nights ago thieves broke in and stole tho Rlhle and its precious contents, a goodly sum iu greenback. Reynolds, for register of tho land office, got tho biggest plurality U.S78. Kvery county in tho Ashland district elected b democrat to tho Legislature. The democratic majority iu tho district is :U'W). Out of a totnl of 90.505 vnta cist in tho First Railroad Commissioner distnef, the majority lor Dempsey, democrat, is only 07, with all tho olllcial returns in. At ft republican jolificntlon at Falmouth, H. J. Poor, the populist-republican representative-elect announced that ho would vote for a republican for United States Senator. The dofeated republican candidates for municipal ollices in Lexington make eoino serious charges, in their notice of couteat, against the oillcers of election in ono of thu voting precincts. Lucas Moore, who has been elected commissioner of agriculture, is tho first of the now ofilclals to aunounco tho disposition of his bit of patrouago. Ho selected John Faulkner, of Lebanon, to bo his chief clerk. Col. Bradloy received -10,000 moro votes than any republican candidate for governor over recolved before. Gen. Hardin received 19,000 votes moro than any other democratic candidate for governor over received. Col. Bradley received 17,000 moro votes than tho Harrison vote in 1888, which has until now been tho republican high water mark. Gen. Hardin falls 20,000 votes short of the Oloveland vote of 18S8, tho democratic high water mark. How to PrevontjCroup. reullng tht will prove interesting to Some younVothen: llo to Ruard against the "croup Is terror to young mothers and to pot them concerning tbe cause, first symptoms and iomentUtto object of this Item. The origin ifSSup !" common celd. Children who are aubUeUolt take cold very easily and croup l luie to follow. Tbt Brit symptom is hoarse-mm-lb It U loon followed by a peculiar rough which to ea.ilyreeognl.ed and wueh, heard It. The time hlootten by one who Jul ?' .T. h.n the LblW first becomep hoarte. If XmUdaiAcSuKhRemedrii froely given all SndwTtoWBp will oon disappear, fiven al-i thS cough ha developed it wIU prevent tr tne eroupr v in eivlne Ihil dV tor' It eonulnt nothing lajurloui. rerat fer il ky Cralf llocktr.SUatwJ, Ky. ' HUSTONVILLE- JsmeB Reck and Alma Dovey Vanoy drove into tOTii Friday and were made one by the Rov. w. L. Williams. They were accompanied by Jbb McCormack and Miss Wright, all of tho East End. Drs. Humphrey and Urovvn operated Friday on a six-year-old boy, boh of Chas. Steele, colored, of Rolling Fork, for douhlo club foot. Tho operation was eminently successful and in nourso of time the child will bo uble to walk on tho bottom of hio feet. F. H. Twld well continues to pick out the big fish of Green river and nnaro them with his little hook and line. Week heforoliist he and J. P. G"ode caught a line string of tho finny triho just below Liberty. Felix captured the king bee of the lot which was a fine yellow salmon that tipped the beam at 7J pounds. Felix must have away peculiarly his own of spitting upon hiHbait. Our hustliug young trader, Jas. Harper, after having bought a car load of choice stock, started to Saulsbury, N. C, IrtNt Wednesday. Wish you success. Jim Waller Greeniug gathered together a car load of tine horse etock and departed on Weduesday last for Columbia, S. C, where he expects to trndo and spend the winter. Uriah Dunn, tho veteran horse man and trader, left last Tuesday for his old stamping ground, Barnwell, S. C, with u lot of choice horses. There seems to be n move iu the stock market hero just now. The traders are getting about lively 4iid bnuches of stock pass through town nearly every day. Dr. Isaiah Wesley and brother, The. ophiius, of Middlehurg, while returning from Stanford last Wednesday were tin- lortuuate enough to participate In a runaway occurrence. Their hors became frightened about Turuersville and running oil overturned the buegy and scattered Isaiah andTtieophilus promiscuously along the pike as also their eflectB.The doctor was rendered unconscious for two hours and w hen he came to hiniHolf it was discovered ttwt ho was painfully bruised about tho left hip and ecratehid about tho face and head. Theophilus had thu bridge of his nose broken. They wre brought to town and their injuries n. tended to by Drrf. Brown and Humphrey and tho next day sent to their i.onm. Doc Smith, of Liberty, had been to Moreland on Friday and late that night started to return to his home near Liberty driving a team of mules and having a httht load of goods. After crossing the railroad the team became frightened and ran oil and came down thu hill into town at a 2:40 gait. Stranco to Bay, however, the mules pesaod by ail possible obstructions on the streets, made two turns and pissed down tho Liberty pike without doing any damage to themselves or aught else. But Doc fared not so well-He was discovered early Saturday morning by the roadside in a semi-unconscious condition and was brought to town. On examination Dr. P. Humphrey three of his ribs broken. In addition Ins head and faco bcro tho appearance of having passed through a threshing machine. He was sent home in a buggy. Less Reld is with us again. 'Squire Peyton, our famous violinist nnd general musical prodigy, is at his sinter's, Mrs. W. L. William", and his friends rejoice in Ins in' ntionu to spend the winter with ub. Miss Lily Goodo left a short time since to take a position with the E. B. Nugent Co., dry goods and notions, Louisville. We wish Mian Lily Bticcess in her new field. Last Thursday we were pleased to see E timet McCormack appear on our streets again after his long illness. He is yet weak and a little the woreo for the wear, but gettiug his strength back rapidly. Miss Flora tington, a charming belle of Blooming ton, HI., is the pleasant guest of thu Misses Reid. Col. John Bulden, of Lib erty, waa m town Saturday. Mrs. Sam Reid 1ms been sick but is now convalescent. Rev. J. U. Hopper was visiting in town last week. Carroll B, Reid is at home on a visit to relatives and friends. C. T. Griggs is suffering from a boil on his right cheek, which causea him considerable pain and quite disfigures his countenance. Tho worst part of it is that when you montion election ho can't Binilo without bursting tho boil. Mrs. 8, Walton Forgy returns to-day to Elkton, her future home. Wo accept tho inevitable iu Riving Miss Lizzie up, but wo don't like to have to do it. Nevertheless we wish her a long and happy life. Harry Uocker, of Danville, waa at home laet Snnday. Miss Holon Taylor opont last Sunday with Misa Martha Paxton Rout-Mrs. Margaret Gill, the widow of Mr. John Gill, of Lancaster, and Miss Graco Kinnaird, grand-daughter of Mrs. Sophia Carson, wore visiting Mrs. Mary Brown and Miss Nunuie last Thursday. The wife ol Mr. Leonard Well, of East Brim-field, Man., had been lulltilag from neuralgia for two ilayi, not belnir ablo to alcop or hardly keep still, when Mr. Holder), the merchant there tent her a bottle of Chambtrlaln'i Pain Halm aud aikid that ahe cive It a thorough trlil. On meeting Mr. Weill tho nt day he was told that the wai all rieht, the pain having left her within two hours, aud that the bottle of I'ain Halm wit worth $5 00 if it could not be had for lets. For tale at so cent per bottle by Craig & Htanlord Ky. A Yaoceburg man caught a coon that weighed 33 pounds. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Potatoes am Riilllntr nt 12 rnnrn nnr bushel in the Northwest. Egbart, at 4 to 1, beat Uranio, a 3 to ' 10 favorite, and a good field at Latonia Friday. The Winchester Democrat reports sales of 92 cattle, 1.8S0 to 1,510 pounds average, at 3 to 4J . Vatican, tho well known Biro of trotters, died a fow days ago at Montclair Stock Farm in New York. W. II. Traylor bought of Gaines Bros., Sm Holmes and othera 1,000 barrel of corn at $1 2.rj delivered. Woods & Lynn bought of A. J. Hayden and George O. Givens 80 200-pound hogs at 3c and 05 sheep for S0. J II. lUughman A Co. have bought about 1,000 barrels of corn at $1.23, delivered. They are also getting in eomo wheat at 5Sc. Seymour Wilkes, 20SJ, is the fastest pacer Pired by Guy Wilkes. Uulda, by Guy Wilkes, holds the fastest trotting record, 2:0SJ. M. E. McIIenry may never again ho seen in thosulkv. It is said that his health is such that his put vocation will have to be abandoned. The fastest two-year-olds of 1S95 Bingen, exhibition, 2:12; Tommy Brit-ton, 2:151, and Palita, 2:10 -all belong to the Electioneer family. J.B.Gentry's Oracle cou'd do no better than come second Ht Lexington Saturday. Ho was a hot favorite, but Ida Wagner, at 3 to 1 beat him to tho wire. T. L. Sanders sold 21 hos to B. F Robinson at 3 ceuts, that averaged 250 i3 .irs. reacmo urow sold to samel party 20 shoatfl that weighed 104 Ibj. at 3 cents. Record. UroiiRiigh & Horrin, of Crab Orchard, will haudle k large number of cattle this fall and winter and have bought the slop at W. H. Traylor's and J. W. JanW distilleries. Col. F. M. Woods, the live stock auc tioneer, of Lincoln, Neb., reports that he ha mild over 3.000 head of hogi since tho middle of last August fcr an average of 220 per head. A "jockey"' club is to he orgnuized at Carrollton, tho purpose of which is to bring the horse traders from Owen, Henry, Gallatin, Trimble and Carroll together for tho purpose of awappiug on county court days. James II. Gentry sold to W. M. Wal-lace, ot Lfxinuton, the phenomenal two-year-old, Oracle, by Imp. Odor and out of a Hindoo mare, for 21,500. Mr. Gentry raised the colt on hie farm on Hawkins' branch. John T. Hughes, of Lexington, including the 21.050 which he captured at the recont St. Louis Fair, has in 29 years taken 229,750 in premiums at that fair. Hughes says that ho will never dio happy until lie has reached the 130,000 mark at that place in 30 vears, and it now seems an if his ambition will be realized, as he has one more year to go on and only lacks 2350 of having tho debited amount. June Armstrong sold to Judgo John D. Goodloo 20 head o( feeding cattle, 1,050 pounds at 3c. W. W. Watts shipped to his Texas plantation Wednesdoy a car load of cotton tnuhs bought in this locality at from 250 to 2S0. Co). J. W. Caperton sold to T. D. Chenault -10 first class, extra fino feeding cuttle, reds and dehorned, averaging 1,-100 lb., at 3 cents. He also sold to John Euibry, of Jessamine, 30 head of good stoppers at at f J S5 per hundred, averaging 1.000 Also to J. II. Boggs 32 Hhoata at 31 cents. Richmond Register. The two most critical times in a woman's life are the tunes which make tho girl a woman and the woman a mother. At these times, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is of incalculable value. It strengthens and invigorates the orgaDB distinctly feminine, promotes regularity of tho (unctions, allays irritation aud checks unnatural, exhausting drains, aud puts tho whole delicate organism luto perfect condition. Almost all the ills of womankind aro traceable to bomo form of what is known as "female complaint." There are not threo caseB in 100 of woman's peculiar diseases that Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription will not cure. Au exchange roportsjthat tho teacher of a city school received the following ample apology from the mother of an absentee: Dear mam: plcso eggscuae Willy He didn't have but one pair of pants and I kep him home to wash them and Mrs. O'toole'a goat come and et them off the line and that awt to be eggscuBe enuff, goodness nose. Yours with respeck. Airs. B." Two Lives Savod. Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City, III., was told by her doctors she had consumotlon and that there wiui no hope for her, but two bottlti of Dr. Kidr's New Discovery completely cured her and she sayt it saved her life. Mr. Tnos. Ssgers, 119 Florida St., San Francisco, suffered irom a dreadful cold, approaching consumption, tiled without result every thin j else then bought one bottle ol Dr. King's New Discovery and in two weeks was cored. H" U naturally thankful. It is such e-suits of which the.4 are samples, that prove the wonderful efficacy of this medicine iu coughs and colds. Free trial bottles at O. L. Penny, Exor's Drugstore. Regular size joe and It. kJ LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. Elder W. P. Waldon preached at Scott'a Fork on Sunday. Messrs. . A. and T. J. Price sold a I drove of 123 turkeys to Fox for G cts Prof. O. H. PoagiiB !m accepted the principalship of Elliott Institute, Prof. Waldrop having resigned. Court began yesterday with only one murder trial that of Shelby Nunn for the killing of William Best. The "Mite Society" of the Presbyterian church meets this afternoon B(, 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. Mary Allen Rev. A. E. Dtwes, of Louisville, bo UBn a p'otracted meeting yesterday at the Fork church, Baptist, which will continue for several weeks. Rov. J. W. Landor, of Southern Kentucky, preached able BermonB at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and the same evening to large audiences. Marrioge license were granted last week to the following couples, William McCarley and Mary Adams, "William Howard nnd Rebecca Roberts, and Moses Lawfion and Katie Scott. Mr. William Zinone, who has been alarmingly ill of blood poisoning, is some better but not considered out of danger yet. Mr. FA. Bishop, who has been very ill is reported better also. The following officers have been elected for the Garrard County Biblo Society R. G. Ward was re elected president, the ministers in the county vice presidents, W. U. Wherritt secretary and W. H. Kinnaird treasurer. Madam Rumor, and she is known to bo quite a gossip, reports that we are to have a wodding at tho Presbyterian church Thanksgiving, and that one of Lancaster's absent musicians will return and plav the wedding march. Mips Christiue D. Bradley, the bright and attractive daughter of the Governor, will give a brilliant reception in honor of her many Lancaster frienda December the 7th. Au excellent picture of Mies Christine appeared in Saturday's Cin- plnnnH Enquirer. -the entertainment Thankegiving evening by the members of the Baptist church, will bo both musical and including Mies Murphy's class, and as tho proceeds will go for tho benefit of tho church they hope for a large audience, The exercises for the laying of the corner stone of tho new Methodist church here, wero held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock and consisted of prayer, song eorvice and a short address by the presuut pastor of the church, Rev. f. m. iiiii, and a blessing upon the stone. The box contains ttio list of the members of the church, officers of the church, building committee, board of directors, name of the pabtor, the presiding elder and the bishop, and discipline of the church and Holy Bible. Charles Frisbie has returned from a visit to Danville relatives, Mr. Smith of Ohio, is tho guest of Mrs. William Smith uud family. Mrs. Cleo Williams Brown is the guest of Lancaster relatives Mrs. John Henderson, of Richmond, visited Mrs. D. M. Lackey last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mount and daughters) of La Grange, aro guests of Mr. and I Mrs. R. E. McRoberts. Miss Pattie Beazley is in Lexington being enter tuned by friends. Miss Moodv Poulter returned Thursday from a protracted visit to relatives in Mercer county. Miss Billon and young Mr. Gaiuea, of Star-ford, aro tho cueats of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Ballou. Mrs. Emma KaufTman has returned from a visit to her brother, Mr. John Greenleaf, of Richmond. Ode ShugarB left Monday for the Atlanta Exposition. Mrs. Joe l'axton and little daughter, Josephine Denny, have been visitors of Mrs. A. O. Robinson. Mrs. Gulley, of Lexington, has been visiting her sister Mrs. J. L. Broadus, in this county. Col. Samuel H. Stone, of Rich mond, was the guest of Lancaster frienda last week. Mrs. Captain Dillion haa returned from a visit to Stanford friends. Miss Mary Adams, ot Hustonville, ia with her friends, the Misses Thompson, Secretary Hoke Smith is announced to address the Georgians again on public topics. He says he will oxprees his unalterable opposition to the free of silver, and advocate tho financial policy of the Administration. The superintendent of the Life Saving Service says in his report that thero wero 4S3 disasters to vessels within tbe field of the operations of his service during the last year, involving 5,402 persons, of whom all but 20 were saved. Russellvillo can boast of the only ladies' football team in the State, and as far as we know the first in America, sajs the Ledger. The young ladies of Logan College have purchased a and gone into training. Electric Bitters. This remedy is becoming so well known nj so popularastoneed.no special mention. All who have used Electric Hitters sine the same son? of praise. A purer medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils, Salt Kheum and other affections caused by impure blood; will drive malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all malarial fevers. For cure of Headache, Constipation and Indigestion, try Entire satisfaction guaranteed or money relunded. Price 50c add t per bottl at A ,R. Penny's drug store. Teeth Extracted SMyiMMtiSAG'.yi' HsafiffSSSai.'i ;.g .- .., ...z7 Teeth. Filled Without Pain. ' W: W99v:5??v vv? O Y g t DR. E. P. BENDER, Famous Surgeon of National Reputation. Formerly President of the Columbus Painless Dental Co., of Chicago, 111., now permanently located at Louisville, Ky., will visit STANFORD AZ THM MYERS ilQUSg, Nov IYioiday, Co?" Remaining one week Dr. Bender has been connected with some of the largest Dental Colleges and Institutions in the country and has no superiors in the profession. He is prepared to extract, mmm &m FJLL TEETH WJTH0UT PMfi. And without the use of Gas, Cocaine, Odontunder, Chloroform, Ether, Electricity, or any sleep producing agents, but by a method invented by Dr. Bender and used only by himself, who is the easiest, quickest and best painless extractor in the United States to-day so acknowledged by the dental profession at large. Where he causes n.iin in anv nnnr.ation he makes no charpe. Teeth Extracted Free Fain Between the Hours ofbibuand 9:80 Each Day. Teeth $5. Teeth $8. Teeth $10. Tooth Extracted Froo of Charge "When Plates are ordered. Fillings with all kinds of material without pain at reasonable cost. Many symptoms of citarrh. headache, earache, indigestion, dyspepsia, etc., are the resultof decayed teeth and roots of teeth. To be cured of these aches and pains one must commence at their origin, which is the teeth and gums, which ar only cured by the skilled treatment of a dentist. Tlioo who are in a delicato and nervous condition can come and have teeth extracted and tilled and feel as calm as if they had had no work performed. Dr. Bender guarantees all work aud does a he advertises. Come early and avoid the rush, as his rooms aro always crowded. Office hours 9 a. m to 5 r. m. Free hour S:30 to :30 each day. CONSULTATION FliEU DR. E. P. BENDER. The GharlBs Wheeler War to Prices Lower Than The Lowes- Your money never woold buy as much as at present, for we have reached the Climax of Low Prices. IPe have but one desire, that is to show you goods and quote you Bed Rock Prices. Temple of Economy. When you arise some morning and find the sun rising in the West, that will be the day when Charles Wheeler will be undersold and not till then. Headquarters for Ladies' Wraps, Millinery, Dress Goods, Clothing, Hats, Caps and Gents' Furnishings. Drew, Selby & Co's Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes. Sole agents for Royal Tailors, of Chicago. Others may lead but you will never find us distanced more than a throat lacth. See? Highest market price for produce. CHAS. WHEELER, Hustonville, Ky. mwwn. la Ktcflirin His FALL : AND : WINTER Goods Warranted and a Perfect Without Pain. siMmmm . .-$:'.. Teeth. Crowned Without Pain. '"r5 'rrb'Wi vv vv ? rrr a a isi until Saturday, Nov, 30th. "S of Charge and Without n i swim the Knife. ZMSmVBVJk. sister w v GOODS. Fit GuarantcedGIve me call.