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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897070601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. rkui SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVL MATRIMONIAL. Jealousy cau-ij- d Charles Stloknmn to shoot Mrs. Muttlo (Joodwin at Kvtiiw vlllo ami to kill iilm-ol- f. J. M. Duncan and Miss Fannie Ovur-to- n rode '20 miles on horseback to and were married. J. V. Land, SO, and Col. Stephen Turnor, 70, both of MudNon, died Friday. The latter was a wealthy bachHop-klnsvil- le -- JVr-'W,V'y''w'',w iw!ntiirvv'Tif 'fl Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JULY 0, 1897. out in sympathy for tho wlfo and children o sevcroly bereft. May they find consolation and comfort in the prom-- 1 NO. 37 l i LANCASTER. Our people havo boon very busy for elor. Prof. Alexander Southerland, a widower of 70, and Miss Koa Saunders, 17, eloK.'d to Greencastle, Ind., and were married. Mrs. Ned Talfrey, Who was MUs Mamie Murroll, a Louisville belle, has at last procured a divorce from her worth-let'- s husband. Mrs. Callle Brooks Is under arrest at Lexington, churned with tfylnjr to N blind her husband with murlatle acid. She became enraged because she saw him In a buggy with another woman. Constauco Mackenzie, daughter of the late Dr. Sholton Mackenzie, of Philadelphia, was married to John S. Durham, colored. Durham succeeded Frederick Douglas as minister to Haytl. Mrs. Julia Irwin, aged .12 years, and whose fortune U estimated at $:t00,000, married Will lkitto, 21 years, and gave him i"i,000. He Is now on his way to Now York on a brldul trip by himself. IHh bride Is said to have given him In cash for incidental expenses and to have wired her bankers In New York that ho could draw on her account for. $7,000 more during the trip. The Hotto Is tho widow of the late Capt. William Irwin, who formerly owned and ojerated the LouNvllle and Now Albany ferry lino. 1,-0new-Mrs- 1 pfR COL JOHN 1IUC1IAXAN. ' VICINITY NEWS. Coal miners In the Mlddlesboro district will not obey the order to strike. Citizens of Mlddlosboro have lately lost 00,000 by building and loan failures. U. W. Harris has been appointed postmaster at Hooky Hill, Madison county. Shuck's old hall in Lebanon was set on tiro by lightning but was saved by hard work. Tho Montleello News way that Odle Paul, of McKlnnoy, has engaged In the tombstone business there. Dan Curry, who killed John Corley utCorbln and whoso examining trial was permitwjis continued until ted to employ a guard and Is back at to-da- his old home. of Miss Dora Farrls, a slstor'ln-laBorolng, died at LonJudge Vincent don. Tho Echo Bays she was a partner In a number of tlrms there and was a line business woman. Tho total revenue collections In tills district for tho month of Juno amount. od to $i3,422.U3. Tho grand total of collections for tho tlecul year ending Wednesday amounted to :1,U1,IKI7.7U. Dauvllle Is hit hard by tho building and loan association assignments. Fully $o0,000 of paid up stock In tho Commercial Building Trust Is hold there, about $20,000 of It by Hev. John L. w Smith. At Hlg Hill, Madison county Saturday, Henry Nllea shot and killed Jce GatlllTo. Too much Fourth of July was tho Might foublo. Niles took but was pursued by a half brother who shot his horse from under him and captured him. for obtaining money by false pretense. Ho got money from H. T. Jacob on a check on a bank in which ho claimed to have money. Tho amount was finally refunded mid tho proceedM. F. Hrlnkley. tho well known drummer politician, was arrested In Louii-vill- o ings dropped. Mr. C. D. Thompson was unanimously elected cashier of tho First National Uank. Ho has beon special agent of tho Liverpool and London and Globo Insurance Company for many yeai-- ut u salary of $,"00u year, and was recognized as one of tho best insurance men In the country, with lino capacity. Harrodsburg Democrat. HMM. C. & O. KXCUHSION TO ATLANTIC CITY AND CAPE MAY, N. J. c On Thursday, July 18th, tho Ohio railway will run an excursion to Capo May and Atlantic City, leaving Lexington at 11:2.") A. M. for 813 round trip, ticket good returning 12 dy from date of sale. Tho oxcur slon train will run via Washington and Philadelphia and arrive at the Jersey coast for dinner tho next afternoon. Through sleepers will bo provided and every otTort made to make tho trip an enjoyablo one. Tickets at same rates , can bo purchased at Shelby vlllc.Frank-fortand Winchester, Mt. Sterling other stations on tho C. ic O. Send In your namo for sleeping car berths. For full information write, to Goorgo W. Barney, D. P. A., Loxlngtou, Ky. bm-Iness Chesa-poukof- Tho Stato Teachers' Association decided to meet next year at Louisville. Prof. E. H. Mark, or Louisville, was elected president and T. C. Chorry, of Bowling Green, vice president. After a long illness, superinduced by a fall and the Intlrmatios cf old uge, Col. John Buchanan at last sleeps with his fathers, afto a life of honor, industry and sobriety. The end came Friday morning, after ho had attained the rljKS and unusual ago of S2 years and four months, and though It had been communitv. long expected tho loss Is keenly felt by RELIGIOUS. his loving family and tho friends whom ho bound to himself with hooks of Peter Vinegar, ttie eccentric Negro steel. preucher, preached a sermon to raise At Wells Hlver, Vermont, March money with which to bury his wife and 0, 181.'), Col. Buchanan was born of had to do It on "A D d Hot Day," Justurdy Scotch parents, who had mar ly 2nd. ried In Glasgow shortly before coming At Lexington the salvation army has to this country. Wheti he was 2. years been ordered to quit preaching on tho old he left tho mother Statu and went streets, but as our city fathers at'e to Tennessee, remaining there six years more God fearing men, the Lord's and then came to Kentucky, locating Minstrels hero need fear no interrupat Crab Orchard where ho followed tion. merchandising for 20 years most suc Kid. R. Lin Cave, of Nashville, a cessfully. Finding the store too con- - prominent preacher und educator, has tiding, ho gave up the business and been chosen president of Kentucky went to farming, and at that too he was University. Ho was born in Orange successful, accumulating and Increas- county, Va.f and served through the ing both ills bank account and ad- war under Gen. Lee. ditional acres yearly, until ho owned a A. A. Warren, treasurer of tho Stan-foi- tl fair sized county. Ho retained his Christian church, read his reort in town and his plea-ahome Sunday which showed that he had rewas always tho resort of frieuds, who ceived 7O0.40, 37U.21 of which was for ever found a welcome within it. Foreign, $17.00 for Home aud S.'lo for Col. Buchanan did not marry till lute- Stato missions. After paying out stated in life and then chose most wisely and amounts there u left a balance due, well. In lS01,.ho led to tho altar, Miss deducting cash on hand, of $148.40. Jtiiiuic Burch, who though nearly two There are .'140 members but only 152 score years his junior, made him a wlfo have jiaid anything, their contributions In every fcen&e of that loving word. She rauglug from lc to $o0. was a of Gov. Hev. Georgo O. Barnes and Mhs MaWhitley, who built the tlrst stone house rie continue to recall happy memories in Kentucky, and like him she is to those who tlrst embraced their sweet of a remarkable fund of sound religion aud to emphasize to others tho seiieo and superior management. Fight wondrous story ol God's love, which children blessed their union and all are never changes and never ceases. Tho living uavo one, the survivors being preaching and the music are j both dl. Mrs. John A. Haldeman, wife of the vino and tho crowds that gather at the business manager of the Loulsvlllo court-hous- e nightly go away with tho Times, Mrs. Kva M. Addams, wlfo of feeling of having received a substanA. Addams, clerk of tho court of ap- tial blessing. The meetings will conpeals, Misses Jean and Margaret Buch- tinue till Friday night. anan and John A. Buchanan, The grand jury at Louisville created of tho Loulsvlllo Times, and Andrew and Burch Buchanan, excel- a decided sensation by ordering true lent children all and an honor to bills against tho thrcn members of the board of public safety, Col. R. J. Till their noble parents. Originally a Scotch Presbyterian, man, Daniel E. O'Sullivun and Charles of Police Thomas H. Col. Buchanan joined tho Cumberland A. Wilson-Ch- ief Presbyterian church at Walnut Flat Taylor and Private Policemen Hlckey and was for many years a faithful mem- and Cunningham for misfeasance In ber. His religion was not con lined to olllco In not suppressing ool rooms. A paper called Dixie, which Is pubchurch forms, however. Ho believed and practiced the 13th Chapter of I. lished in Atlanta, says that .'10,000 NeCorinthians and his life was a full dem- groes havo been graduated at a cosj, of onstration of the last veoe, which says: $100,000,000 from colleges for Negroes And now abideth faith, hope, charity, which are supported by Northern monthese three, but the greatest of these ey in the South. It also says that thero Is charity. Ho was In very truth tho are many thrifty, prosperous Negroes poor man's friend for no one of them everywhere In tho South who are doing ever appealed to him in vain or loft his well. Thirty-twdoor empty handed. He has given persons died Sunday from away a good sized fortune, but each heat In the cities of Chicago, Clevecredit was placed upon books which land, Cincinnati, Detroit, Nashville, moths nor tho corroding touch of Dayton, Limit, O., Jackson, Mich., and time can erase. Ho laid up treasures in Louisville. According to otlicial Ileavcn. Henceforth it will be his to the temioraliiro in Louisville enjoy It there forovormore. was higher than at auy other point, beThough always a leader in ills sec- ing a little over 100. The Kentucky Citizens' Building and tion and could havo at any time been Loan Association made an assignment elected to anyotlico within his constituents' gift, Col. Buchauan stuck to the Friday. This is tho fourth to follow principle that tho post of honor is the tho udverac appellate court decision. private station and never sought olitl-ca- l Liabilities and assets are estimated ut preferment. Ho was a democrat of $210,000. Llfo must be horrible In u Catholic tho purest typo and tho valiant service ho rendered the party was from no per- convent, when girls will risk limb and sonal motives but an honest belief that life to escape. Two jumped from tho In Its principles wore contained the 4th story of one in Cincinnati, but were greatest good for tho greatest number. immediately taken charge of by tho Besides a good estate, Col. Buchanan police. Thomas Rogers, of Elwood, Ind., was leaves an insurance policy on his llfo for $.'5,000, which ho had carried for .'10 compelled to havo ono of his feet amexputated as tho result of an y years at $200 a year. some mouths ago. Tho Saturday afternoon at tho hospitable amination made old mansion, In tho presence of many rays caused tho foot to decay. All tho street railway employes at warm friends, Rev. S. M. Logan preached u most comforting funoral ser- Houston, Texa9, wont on a strike and mon and Rev. Ben Helm prayed fer- thousands of people attending patriotic vently that tho hearts now crushed with celebrations in tho suburbs were forcd ed to walk homo. the weight of sorrow for the loving Four men attacked Capt. Gaines and and Indulgent father might look beyond this valo of tears and llnd con- Sergt. Gordon, whoj;aro on duty at solation from Him, who has promised to Franklin with tho Slate Guards during bo with His chlldron In every hour of tho Diunlng trial. Several shots wero need. Tho procession to tho cemotery Hred. Plucky Constablo James King, of on tho hill top was then begun and as It slowly wended tho winding way, tho Harrison county, cowed and drove off a mob of about 23 men who attempted to sobs of tho bereaved were Tho earth soon hid from view all take two prisoners from him. that wu9 mortal of tho grand old man James Burgln and wifo wero murand amid a most affecting scenes tho sad dered in their beds near Bentonville, party broke up and every heart went Ark., by supposed robbers. old-timres-idennt ises, in wmuii ineir ioyco one wusicu, the past few days hunting a cool place. Miss Mary Hughes has returned from and thank God that ho was so long spared to them upon tho earth to guide, the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. J. F. Robinson, Sr., is much better. protect and succor them. Rice Benge has put some new vehicA man of strictest integrity and rugged honor, scorning n mean action and les in the stable, which he leased from incapable of committing one. Col. Judge W. K. Walker, and. with W. D. Buchanan goes to his reward, leaving Walker, as manager, everything la the rich inheritance of a good name to moving smoothly on. Wm. Hoiston was arrested on Saturhis children and noble deeds for them to emulate. Ills days were long uon day and lined for being drunk and drivtho earth: his virtues were many, his ing recklessly, after which he drove to the doot whero a locomotive demolfaults few. Peace to ills ashes The Louisville Times 'pays this de- ished his buggy, he escaping with a slight bruise. served tribute to his memory: S. D. Hothwell is a candidate for the The death of Mr. John Buchauan, Sr., at his homo In Lincoln county, re- Ljglslaturo on the pistol question moves another of thnt rapidly dwind- ulone. He wants to make it a penitene ling band of sturdy, Kentucky tiary otlunsc to carry a pistol, very gentlemen whoso dignity, courage and projicrly claiming that a man who carhonorable career havo spread the fame ries ono is either malicious or is a cow-a-of Kentucklans throughout tho world. Our people never wiir ceaso hunting Mr. Buchanan was one of tho pioneers in his section, beloved by his friends gold bricks. Again a number of them and highly resiwcted by the entire have lost heavily In tho Building A; ! d. QUGGD & llovte RG$(Gm e, During the Tcnnetve Centennial and Internaliunal Erpoution at AWi-nllTenn , n low rate tpecial tariff has been etab!ihed for the rale of ticket from Cincinnati and other terminal oint on the Qucoi A Cretcent Ticket are on tale daily until further notice to Challanmga at 4.5o one uay or ii )Q round trip from Junction City, the round trip ticket being good men days to return; other ticktt, with longer nturn limit, at $7.30 and at ? Do for the round trip. TltCfC rate enable the public to visit Xathvilh and other Southern point at rate ueier In fore offered. Vestibuled train of the jinet clan are at the dix)i(d of the panenger, affording a mot pleatant trip, and enabling one to viit the very intending cenery (Did important battleground in and altont Chattaniioga, Lookout Mountain and Chickamauga National i'ili-tar- y Park. Tichi to Xahiillr to viit the C'liUnnial can be urchard at Chattanooga foai3A0wund trip. Ask your ticket agent for ticket n'u the Q. A- C. Jloute South or write to - JAMES ROY, Agt. Junction City, or II'. C. JirSEAIi'iOX, G. P. A Cincinnati uf-t- er er jkm-Hess- Loan Associations, which havo recently failed. They should put their money In a hemp or tobacco factory at home whero they can supervise it. Having considered the quest Ion from utmost every st midpoint, we Imvu decided to udopttlio Friday night at McCreary. Mike Turnor, a brother of S. D. Turner, who is in jail for killing Sebastian, was stabbed throe times by Charley Denny, colored. The wounds are not fatal. Denny has not been urrested. The trouble Ilcgliuiliig July 1, IsOT, believing that It will be more satisfactory to both buyer and seller. urose over the payment of some money. No bad debts will accumulate, consequently wu can sell poods cheaper. It will take much Pattcr&on and Ward said, "Lot There le. capital, our epensei will bo less and there N every reason why the cash sjstem will Be Light," and the electric lights were prove Mitlsfuctory. We only ask you to try It awhile and If you And It Is not to your adbuying from merchants who sell on credit. We are satturned on Saturday night. Their bright vantage, we will not kick on jour10 to 'il per cent, cheaper than the credit men and till isfied wo can sell you goods from scintillations called out tho entire city should certainly be an Inducement to you. Very truly, and tho jieojile are delighted. We needed more light, but some of our clt. Izens need a dllferent kind of light. Edison's Projecting Klnetoscope, the most marvelous of electrical wonders, showing photographic scenes in llfo size, life motion and expression, &o minutely perfect that they appear to bo real, will bo exhibited at tho courthouse next Friday night, under the ( 1 auspices of the Ladies' Aid Society. 1 7 Everybody should take advantage of e this opportunity to see parades fast trains and many wonders which they can never see in reality. James Tudor, of Madison county, was arrested on Friday and lodged in jail hero by John Broaddus, a constablo of that county. Ho is another brother-in-lat r vflM. MHir taiHr ttaBtar HHB of S. D. Turner, who is in jail, JV v&charged with tho killing of Sebastian, and is said to be the unknown party who fired and made his escape during tho Turner-Sebastifight last MonOats and day, In which three brothers-in-laput olght bullets into the body of Marion A Word To You. THE CAbH SYSTEM, FARRfS St HARDIN. SIDING, METAL ROOFING. FLOORING, E,! A-CSIK- life-lik- CEILING, a v STANFORD, 5 NWTsfg y KY. FINISH. Farm and Yard Fence. V MM w SvS&'SSSS'lia; i Corn, Shipstuff, Hay, - an w Sebastian. Friday from this county and Madison to attend tho trial of S. D. and Jack Turner. At 1 o'clock Sheriff Robinson, with an armed guard, conducted the prisoners to tho court-roowhich was immediately filled by a rushing, surging throng of relatives and friends of both sides and many curiosity-seekers. A largo crowd was in town Feed of Every Sort Always on Hand at Car-Loa- book-keoi- er THE LOWEST MARKET PRICE. d w sss Orders at Special Prices. J. H. BAUGHMAN THE f STHNFORD St CO. Trouble was averted and it is now believed that thero will bo no more blood shed. Tho defense filed au atlidavit stating that tho defendants did not that they "could get a fair trial WILLIAM SHELTON, President. Judge Burnside. After considerThe Next Session able argument by counsel, tho judge retired from the bench and Squire J. A. Baker, of Paint Lick, was agreed upon For full Inlormation about Courses of Study, Terms, &c, send for our New to hear tho case, beginning bo-llbe-fjee m FEMKLE C0LLEG6 re Will BsenSeptember Address, tib., 33 1897. CataHERO HOBS, kt o re-cor- X-ra- hus-bun- Tuesday. About 70 witnesses wero recognized and the trial promises to bo very sensational. David Thompson, a well known farmer and trader, tells of a lot of cattle which ho bought last November, some of which have characteristics very much like some politicians. lie says when he bought them theio was one thin steer that looked llko a free silver democrat after tho election. Ho did not bellovo that he would do any good, but now ho has great cakes of fat all over his body and is one of tho most valuable animals in the lot. Another he calls a free turnpike steer, because ho tears down fences and goes whero ho pleases; he has hair in hisforohead six inches long and will make a tough piece of beef. Ho has ono which ho calls "John G.," which ho always had to pet and hlro and fee with dainty meals. On one occassion ho got in with 82 other cattlo and was detailed, when he returned to his lot and agreed to cat any kind of food. Another steer which he calls "Bolivar." Is tho most noted steer In the bunch. When he bought them ho was a good looking animal, but Thompson always said thero was something wrong with him. When purchased ho weighed 940 pounds, but with tho best treatment ho has lost rlesh until ho only weighs 730 pounds. An investigation revealed tho fact that ho chows his cud two ways. long-faced, logue MRS. NANNIE S. SAUFLEY. Lady PmsctrAL, Stnnford, Ky. THE 8UUC-QUA- i Thoroughbred Dure: Jersey EED Ix-t- I tlWd MONDAY, JULY M, 1897, Iletni'iMi tho hours of uu Mr breeders were selected from the t lnnlsof of this famous breed of nwlue In several Slates A splendid lot of Igsof dittereiu a?es lor sale liied sows a vclaltr Satisfaction guaranteed. Coirea- IKMideuce solicited. Address 3. I R. H. BRONATJGH. ill Orchard, Ky. Sheriff's Sale for Taxes. GEORGE H. M'KINNEY. Pension & Claim Agent, Box heart-rendin- g. 5 und 4 r. (., ut door In Stanford, Lincoln Has had 12 yeurs's practice before all the tho C'iurt-HoDepj tuients hi Washington City. 9 county, Ky.. I w 111 expose to thuhlghubt bidder for cmh In hand, to pay tho county, Stutoiiiul school UiMis for tho years Isui, 181)2, 1S0.1, 1394, tho following described property, or o much thereof as may bo nece-a-r- y to pay to pay tho said t.iMM with all costs MARION, CRITTENDEN CO., KY. ami Interest. Cost on each list for advertisement and levy, 52, must bo paid. O. Ilrauno fcr 1S02, 191 acres, Klngs-vtll- e, A Delightful Bummer Resort. COO acres, Robinson Laud, 527 acres. Freeman Land, school U3 33 Close to Rallroad;'Double Dally Mall; Splentaxes for 1801-- 2 did Music: Table Flrst-Clas- ,. E. J. Richards, 40 acres near John TyFor Terms, write to 1 33 ler's TIIURMAN&COOK, Pnoiw., - Marlon. Ky 40 acres, Jacob Ottenhelmor, 1S92-3-Turnbull, 140, 1,200 acres, John Peter Chaudlor, 000 acros, Rastln & Collier, 1)4 acres, Wush Harris, Samo for 1S93: 730 acres Hrauue, MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. 05 acres Murphy, 40 acres Richards, boy, who Ernest Ills, a 40 acres, Arthur Uros., 33 acre, : was given a sentenco of ono year in tho Otteuholm. Samo for 1S94: 4J2 acrtss, 450 acros, 87 acres, !) acros, and pardonpenitentiary at Richmond, Total tax... 7370 35 acres, Ottonhelm. ed by Gov. Bradley, has been Newly furnished; clean beds; splendsd Porters table. Everything tirst-clas- s. J. N. MENEFEE, charged with stealing two bushels of 89 trains. tnjet Lincoln Co., Ky 32 grass seed from a 12 m. 44, Stanford, Ky. CRITTENDEN SPRINGS 4, Mason Hotel .aticaster, Kentucky, i m blue farmer. riff Vtfc ,w f 7?VWMt . r ,..,rmm i m -. .....rai.-- .. .,.., yi-- - naKlllliyjII WMyinn.. -- f" in i ii ' gUWl I' It f ir i It r IS? Deuok Isn't so hot. Ills endorse- lay tho bill indefinitely, but Populist FARM AND TRADE, JOURNAL ment Is far from being an open secame Senator Allen renewed it.which is al- Joe THE INTERIOR Patehen has gone a half in 1:01 to olllcc. In fact, he has gotten turned The Louisville Times, down oftener during his short experi- ways riirlit or wronir one, says very this year. I Did a tho name ence than any man the business. July 6, 1S97 The Washington Postinemphasizes this pointedly: Notwithstanding Attor- which IsIswinning upofBast.trotting horse Stanford. Ky., ney General Taylor's assertion, tho Tho Versailles Fair Association will as follows: "Ills choice for Collector of gold democrats In the State- who advoWo havo arranged to make a special plunge in Cut Pri- the second district was B. T. Frank,-- cate fusion with tho republicans on tho not havo an exhibition this year. WALTON. W. P. Thomiu Hill sold to W. H. Herring CCS till s week and can only be appreciated by those who but the appolntco is Thomas Jefferson clerk of tho court of apiwals are just as wish to take advantage of a "good tiling" when they see it. In Louisville who favor a small lot of butcher stuff at 2Jc. Ynndell. He wanted George Lelbcrth scarce as those Courier-JournaDEMOCRATIC TICKET. by Wilkes Boy, In made collector of the fith district. D. Mayor Todd's combination scheme for FoAp'late Cl S. J. SHACKELFORD N. Comlngore got tho place. He had proeurinir local offices. Tho democrat the hands of Samp Wilson, has gone a no voice whatever In the selection of who lont himself to cither would incur mile in 2:10. " Circuit Judge, MC.SAUFLEY. Ornament won UN third Derby at Attorney, J. S. OWSLEY, Jr. J. W. Ycrkes as collector of tho 8th the contempt of his friends. " Com'lth Hon. J. B. McCreary. of Richmond, uaKloy lhuixlay, defeating tho great and Sam Roberts as collector of tho " Jitprettntatirt, - M. F. SOUTH. 7th district, these appointments being will have to run for Congress In his TIUo by a head. " Count; Judge, - J. E. LYXX. Men's Sack Suits in Black and Blue. Cheviots; n Corn in tho local market at Richprom- district In order to redeem It from rethe redemption of " County Clerk. - GEO. Ii. COOPER. sizes JM to J 'J. " Countv Attorney, HARVEY HELM. ises. Senator Deboe did not want Les-li- u publican domination and restore It to mond Is bringing $2 per barrel, the Tho district best price for years. Combs made pension agent, but in the democratic column. ' Circuit Clerk, J. F. IIOLDAM. There are 11 tracks In existence SAML. M. OWEXS this, as in the other cases, Deboe had is now misrepresented by a republican " Sheriff, Men's all wool Sack Suits in Medium, Dark and to sacrifice his individual preference member of Congress who Is helping to which have combined trotting and pac" Jailer, GEO. W. DEUORD. e ing records of 2:0." or better. and accept what was provided for him." pass tho Dingley tariff tax and to Light Shade, sizes 'M to 42. - C. G. RAKER, " Attettor, on his constituents enormous, op John R.Gentry and Robert J., tho Deboe seems to be held at the same HIV. LAXDGRAF. " Coronrr, GARLAXD 3IXGLET0X figure at home and abroad. He Is very pressive and unnecessary taxation. Mc- great jmcers, will contest for the world's Supt. School, record in Louisville, October 22. small potatoes and few In a hill and the Creary was one of the best Congresshas sized him up cor- men Kentucky has ever had and should Tho Hnrrodsburg Democrat reports Judge Burnam, republican member administration be elected by all means. And he will sales of several erojw of wheat at lUl to rectly. disof the court of appeals from this be if he runs. Campbellsville Times i.V. A number of 2."i acre crops aro Mens' Clay Diagonal Suits in round or square democrats and Journal. trict, had a street fight at Richmond The Idea of more properly possibly, it real, stinking, mean republicans concuts, frocks or sack suits, all wool. fine trim Friday, or Tobacco is climbing away out of sight miphtbc called a street whip. The trou- ferring on a fusion in tho election of mings. In the Cincinnati market the price has News Briefly Told ble grew out of the fact that Burnam a candidate for the appellate clerkship gone up from 1 to ac a xniud and is W. C. Kccble lost his life jumping prevailed on some over zealous repub is enough to disgust honest democrats still rising. of the with the National democratic move from tho Brooklyn bridge. lican and boltocrat directors Boys' Reefer Suits in all sizes, black and scotch Givcns, Swohj & Carter, of tho West Yellow fever Is carrying off large Madison National Bank, of which he ment and drive from its support even Bnd, are buying horses for the Southmixture. was president up to his candidacy, to the few suckers who were caught by numbers of Weyler's soldiers In Cubu. ern market. They havo bought a dozinOws-lo- y John Wilson was assaslnated subscribe SoOO of the institution's funds the MoKinley Aid Society movement en or inoro at J2. to W0. county while plowing In his field to aid in his election. Settlement day last year. Let 'em unite, however, and The Woodford Sun says that J. A. N. B. mingle to their heart's content. ShackBoys' wash Miits, with sailor collar and came last week and H. M. Brown was shot and killed at Cohen bought a number of lots of Dcatherage, who Is a leading democrat- elford" will be elected all the same by Clay City by the marshal of tho town. whistle, loc hats for boys. 2fc- 4 to 5c. They run In cattle at ic director, objected to such use of the nt least 25,000 majority and the bolto-crat- s All the union steel and iron mills! weight from 1,400 to l,f00 Hunds. For hats for men. will find again that they have lost shut down and over 7.",000 men are Idle. funds. This precipitated a quarrel and Little I Am won a race at St. Louis atthe result was that when the men met all, including the little honor that The window glass workers of the U. Friday. His peculiar namo made the on the street afterwards, Mr. Deather-ag- e taches to such acts as they have been S. will demand an advance of 10 to 20 judges suspicious of a "ringer" and tho landed two vigorous blows with his guilty of. per cent. bets were held up until an Investigafist on the appellato judge's anatomy, 7J.c per yard for a big line of Organdies, .laekonets. DimLouis Gnllot, the New Orleans Union tion could bo had. Lo tho poor Negro ! He is not to be before the judge could do nny thing of hard Dr. Bolt, of Cjvlngton, sold his fa- ities, given even a the postmaster Bank wrecker, got eight years c. Sold at loc iirst of season, loc is our cut price more than protest. Burnam is about mous fox terrier to an Bustern syndi- on Bishop lawns worth .'10c at first general having decided that colored labor at his trial. but the twice as large as the of season, loc for dress A St. Louis boy, who had been stolen for $1,200. What do you think to postmasters latter is an old Confederate soldier, and offices filled shall not bebyappointed per by gypsies, was found after IS by his cate Capt. Powell? We are afraid of goods that sold as high as .'loC. The vorv best value in In- ... ... J white to that heretofore would fight his weight in wild cats, eslies vests at oc, lUe and Joe each. father in Arizona. express till we hear from you. pecially over such an outrage as the ap- sons, holding that the matter has a so The Metropolitan Traction Company Covington, Arnold fc Bro. have cial as well as a political side, and he will propriation of the bank's funds for such begoverned accordingly. The p. nt. g. with $10,000,000 capital, has been or bought several crops of new wheat, ag d a purpose. It is rather a ganized at Chicago. gregating 2.500 bushels, nt (50c. W. D. business to whip a judge of the court is right. We do not need any Negro Bad health caused Miss Lizzie Ham and A. B. Barnes sold to Cotton & Co. children s tan shoes, sizes 12 to 2, 50c. LndicV lacofshoes of appals, but such things have to be postmasters in this country, though his d average, at :tc sizes 2 -2 to (3, $1.50. Misses' Oxfords, in tan and o.vblood should not have gotten their berg, of Galconda, 111., to jump Into a as cattle, done occasionally and it were well that party, Richmond Register. votes by pretenses that the colored well and drown herself. oOc. Ladies' tan and black Oxfords, 50c. $1 buys a line it were done so nicely and soquickly. In a fight between two men In TenGreenberry Bright and Churchill style oxford, tan or folks were good enough for any otllce. black, worth double the money. $1.50 nessee the eyes of one of them were Yeager, who bought a new Huber Two companies of State troops stood appointive or elective. for a fine oxblood oxford, latest style toe, worth double the torn from their sockets. thrcbher and traction engine this year, guard, while the Negro, Tol Stone, was While the rest of the United States Ten jHjoplo arc known to havo been are doing a big business with It. They money wc ask. J?l buys a ladies' dongola button shoe, patMiss was smothering tried for attempted outrage on under the most in- killed and immense damage done by can tnrcsli z,wu mishcls a day under ent tip, worth $1.50. Look at our line of Gents' Shoes. Moore at Glasgow. He was given sev- tensely hot wave that had swept it for severe storms In Minnesota. favorable circumstances. Kcmcmber our presents. Always call to see us. en years, the extreme penalty. He was many a year, Leadville, Col., was celColumbus Phelps, a fratricide, and The Herald says that peach organialso tried for attempting to burn the ebrating the 4th of July with a snow the oldest man In the penitentiary, is zations in Henry and Owen counties house the lady was in at the time and storm, which arose to the Importance dead (will ship 50,000 bushels this season. at Eddy vllle, aged 70. making of an inch in depth. Who dares deny for that he was given 12 years, In a quarrel over some hay, Charles The poaches are extra line and Bhlp- A. UHBANSKY A CO., PBorniirroRa. 19 in all. Immediately after the senthat this Is a great country ? Murphy shot and killed Thomas Llnd montri will begin by July 10, orders hav was hurried off to Eddyvillo tence, he T. D. BASKV. Manager. say near Marion, this State. ing already been received for the enand danger of his lynching was over. POLITICS of drinking pain killer tire output. As the result The people of Barren held an indignaTho biggest money ever paid for a KKKI' YOUH- Senator Teller says he will not offer and hair oil live Indians in Minnesota bittion meeting Saturday night and are dead and others may die. field crop was tho $1.50 per pound rejudge, the amendment to reduce the tax on terly condemned the circuit of a monument to ceived by tho Cuban Tobacco Growers' The corner-ston- e Commonwealth's Attorney and sheriff distilled spirits from $1.10 to 70 cents a Brlgham Young was laid with Impos- Company for Its crop of 1,000 pounds for the outrage In calling for troops be- gallon. of cured leaf per acre, grown in SouthWilliam Woodvllle Rockhlll, of ing ceremonies at Salt Lake. fore other remedies were tried and unThe Globe Building & Loan Associa- ern Florida last fall from im;ortcd Washington, was named as minister to til the posse comitatus was exhausted. tion has also gone under, with stated heed. The crop on 00 acres sold 4 They declared that there was no need Greece, Romania and.Servia. Arthur liabilities and assets of $400,000. for $1:18,000. very strongly S. Hardy was named as minister to for troops and inveighed Tom Cooper, tho bicyclist, lowered One of the beat sales of fat cattle and very properly against the contin- Persia. tho world's record at Racine, Wis. mado in tho county this year was that John Russell Young, well known In ued call upon the military arm of the 1:41). of .'12 head shlpjed from this place Will buy a handome three piece lied Koom Suit, Ucd, DrcitHjr and Wash Stand. the newspaper fraternity, will be the Saturday, by going a mile In government. Frank Maynard, of Letcher county, Tuesday. The .12 head averaged 1,554 This suit will be hid down nt station In Kentucky upon receipt of above amount, next librarian of Congress in charge of The chargd that McKlnley's mana- the new and magnificent Congressional cut a portion of one of his toes off be- - pounds and the price was 5c. The his new shoes were too small. tie belonged to W. P. Knieht and were gers paid the Negro delegates from Al- library building. William Barron, a farmer living near bought by Simon Welhl, of Lexington. $27,000 to drop Reed is corrobabama No republican contradicted Senator orated by the fact that Hanna, who Vest when he stated In the Senate that Providence, this State, was drowned II. B. Campbell delivered last week to Branch Store at Ilustonville, IT. K. Camuitz, Manager. J. B. Embry a part of tho lambs from made the deal, can help himself to any-- e duties in the pending tariff bill are while attempting to rescue his wife. Mrs. Samantha Hawthorne, dement- - 500 owes which ho sold jiL3je for Juno WmT 5i per cent, thing that McKinley bas got, and higher than the duties in ed ovei the death of husband, commit- - 15th delivery and 5o for July 15th de- McKlnley Osborne, the man who dis- the McKinley bill. tributed the money, has been appointed Gen. John B. Gordon, the gentlest ted suicide at Laporto, Ind., by hang- livery. Tho lot averaged 87 jwunds. Mr. Campbell also delivered 300 lambs, consul general at London. McKinley, and bravest of men, has put a quietus Ing. t The Phumlx Woolen Mills at Lex- - a part of tho first pick of lambs for June who is said to be a good old Methodist, on the boom he was having for governevidently believes that everything Is or of Georgia, by saying that under no Ington, the oldest West of the Alio- -' 20 anil July 20 delivery nt 5c. The lot ghany Mountains, changed hands for averaged 7(i pounds. Jessamine fair in politics. It can bo said to his condition will he accept office again. nal- credit, however, that he pays the debts The Ohio gold democrnts Have servA Texas husband shot and killed) Mr. JohnTon, the aged father of Jack he incurs, even If he has to take the ed notice on Mr. Hanna that their parthis wife, mortally wounded her father Johnson, of Parksvllle, fell dead on his money from the pockets of the people. nership of last year has been dissolved. and mother and Injured several of their mrm ncar that 1(lllce Saturday They tired of having their currency . Evan Settle tried to get the jour- promises liquidated with tariff legisla noon. He was a splendid man, Kid. n Bank, of St. josonh Ballou. who knew him well. The nal of the House corrected the other tion. HN FIT Louis, showed evidence of returning tcs ug day, so as to conform to constitutional Hon. W. D. Bynum will come to methods, but he got set down upon by Louisville to address the State conven- prosperity by paying a dividend of 20 l Mercer county a farmer's horse per cent. the Czar and his minions for his Imper- tion of broke Into the pasture of a neighbor. democrats July 14. It S6 In a quarrel over the merits of their Tno neighbor caught tho horo and tinence, not, however, until he had Is a pity tho law against throwing rotgiven them a piece of his mind that ten eggs at speakers has gone Into ef- respective bicycles, John Ellis shot te(i jt to u lVQiit The lightning struck and killed Daniel George at Crawfords- - tric tr(J0 ami killud tho horse. will rlngin their ears for some time, If fect. The ax.r.xwri m vllle, Ind. they have any consciences. Mr. Settle "farmer suit against his Judge .Barbhas appointed Capt. W. A black brute, detected In tho act of elghbor for damages for loss of tho demonstrated very fully in his speech C. Curdof sJStfmerset, G. C. Moore, of that the 7th Kentucky still holds the Williamsburg and II. D. Gregory, of entering the room of two young women horse. at Paducah, knocked down their moth- -' The case of George Dinning for the sway for oratory even In Mr. Reed's Grayson, U. S. commissioners. The er with a BY hatchet. murdor of a white capper In Franklin House. of Circuit Clerk latter Is a Irving Brown, a West Virginia des- - was given to the jury Saturday night, The last turnpike in Woodford coun- James P. Bailey. perado, killed J. M. Crull, near Park- - but it did not render a verdict. While the outlook'is uncertain, there ty has been freed at a cost of $40,000 ersburg, hauled tho body 50 miles and l Cain Lewis got a life sentence at for all. There aro 200 miles and the is every probability that the Senate ' is for murdering his wife. It Into a river. will pass the tariff bill this week. Conoriginal estimate of their cost was H. P. Danks, author of tho old sonir, The contracts have been mado on siderable discussion is expected. If the "Silver Threads Among the Gold,' the supposition that the bond issue will bill goes to the House tho programme was arraigned in New York City for carry in November. The county is now is to send it immediately to conference. failure to support his wife. Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, .Saddles, Bridles, At the final caucus of tho republican SenrfitJirv Alfnr lina ilnnlilnl tn sxnrl Miiku liculthv pork. Your stomach. If not carrying a railroad debt of about Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. vour roiiMilencu, duiimnds that you fi't'd Dr. . i (wi so It will be seen that taxes will be Senators, It was decided to report no o ,uw luyuuu iruu . . i part iin .t wio j,lIlH io uiku - . K Kumcilv us a preventive of dN anti-truamendment, to withdraw the severe there for some time to come. fllM) 1111(1 " iKrk lirodncor I'or Milu liv Square, Stanford, Ky Room Opposite Court-Hou- se Loceremonies oi tno unveiling or original propositions for a duty on tea gan monument In Chicago, Julythe TANNEK UltOS., McKliiiuv. Kv. 22. !E3l On account of the failure to agree on and for an Increased tax on beer, and M A water sj)out occurred at Hendera wage scale all the union iron and steel to provide for a tax on bond and stock son and six Inches of rain fell In a few works around Pittsburg are closed transactions. hours, washing away miles of railroad The Senate by a decisive majority, track and doing other extensive dam0 down, making between 75,000 and men idle. And thus does prosper- decided to incorporate tho reciprocity ages. ity prosperatc ! Open tho mills not tho featuro in the bill, two democrats, The convention of coal miners In the mints was tho war cry of the republi- Gray and Morgan, suportlng tho Pittsburg district voted unanimously cans last year. D n tho mills and the proKsltlon and voting with tho repub- to strike. It is now claimed that 0 Let drugs alone unless you really need them and then only Pure Drugs such ns ure licans for its adopejon. And thus does millers Is tho shibboleth this year. men will join In the strike at tho sold by particular and paltiHtaking druggists, Wanted. Jim Blaine's spirit. go murching on. beginning. , Fartlei having Inventions thejr wlih to proALTHOUGH statistics show that grand tect iliouM procure their ratenta So anxious are they to get through Another Idiotic exhibition of shoot- agency. Inventor's Manual, h bookthrough out containing urmy men aro dying at the rate of 100 rwSth the tariff grab bill that, tho Sen ing backward with a rille at a woman, cost of patenu, mode of procedure, etc., and Is Increasing at ate devoted tho 4th of July to Its per- tho aim taken from a looking glass, otberinformatlon, tent for re. itamp. daily, tho pension list Ourllttof pa'anti wanted, foMhlcnlargeiumi money nre offered, cent with theManual.free. Wc can't afford to carry a grain of any thing that Isn't tho best. Ilemember a greater rate. Tho ontire pension bus- fection. A voto on tho bill was exact- has proved fatal, this tlmo In Berlin. of We And purrbaicri theso for patent proruied is a fraud and a scandal that ed Saturday, but Mr. Allison had An expert named Krugcr, after shoot- tnrouah our agency. Branch office In all th facts when the time comes for you to patronage a druggist. Patent medicines of iness grows and Increases the further wo get aroused tho opposition by an amend- ing various objects from tho hands and principal citlea and In all foreign countries. known merit. Best perfutncrie3. Toilet Soaps, the puto and safe sort, Combs, PROCftEtt, IJruslica and Baby Bottled, from the war. The old soldier vote ment giving a bounty for beet sugar. shoulders of his sister, put a bullet THE WORLD'S Manager, O. J. Bailzt, must be bought, the politicians think, Ho triod to withdraw the amendment through her head in fhe presenco of 7 PLUM T., OINOIWNATI.O when he found that it promised to de- - 4,000 persons. but it is a mighty costly purchase. MMli Jt 0UT4 this - Novelty Sale. LOUISVILLE STORE'S - l, $4.50 ante-elcctlo- $6.50 sad-ul- $8.00 NOVELTY so-call- $1.50 50, 15 & 25c. )0c ex-jo- rt L'p-to-da- to up-to-d- ate SALE. post-offic- e, J high-hande- Shoes and Oxfords. 1- i00-poun- THE LOUISVILLE STORE. ( Ha-van- Eye On The Bulletin. $11.00 cat-cau- se I W. W. W ETHERS. STANFORD. J I SPECTACLES I ff Jour-$0,00- 0. TO SUIT EVERY EYE, GUARANTEGD. after-friend- s. German-America- ACCURATE ( ed CRAIG HOCKER. KUl has-brough- UDDGHCAKinG son-in-la- w Par-dump- ed C. M'CLARY, $75,-00- 0. ?"M""M'MM"M Only Healthy Hogs Practioal Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. $75,-00- 0, st . 85,-00- PATENTG LET BBWGS 1X0IE I Patents 200,-00- We Keep Only The Best. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. 01-10- THEINTER10R JOURNAL Stanford, Ky., E. C. - July 6m 1897 Walton, Business Manaoeh. i ' THE Glorious Fourth was a barren ideality here. Every Negro who could During the ni'.xt fifl days. Prices will lj Greatly Iloducod. I will cll you get to Danville went there and every NanMisses Lunsford and body else who had anything to do did It I need money to pay my debts and I the same as any nie Vandeveer went to Lexington yesPERSONALS. other day. Stanford terday to attend the Chautauqua. must insist that you call at once and people show their patriotism by work, A man's All Wool suit for SI.50. Come and mo tlieni whether vou want to buy or not. Manly W. Tykeb wrote us from settle your aceoont. This means you if not by play. TlLDKN COOK, of Danville, spent a few tlnys with lily winters here. yesterday that his little son you owe me. Mrs. Kate Dudderar. The hottest of hot waves has engulfMiss Sali.u: I'ope, of SpriiiKlIehl, Is who has been so 111, is rapidly recoverSEVERAL cf the boys here helped ed us for several days, Saturday and ing. the pieat of Mrn. J. S. Hundley. t J0NI18 UaL'UIIMAN, of the West End, Mlssks Mahy DUNN and Allco the Hustonvllle base ball club defeat Sunday being fhe hottest that have ir.i m.Mmmj-mmm:mmWV tho tecond nine of Danville at that been remembered In thete parts for y Daughman, of Danville, arrived yester-terdaejKjnt Sunday with relatives here. by a ocoreof many years. The mercury went up to to spend some time with Mrs. place Saturday afternoon Misa GEORGIA WltAV left last week B 15 to 11. 100 and the heat was nlmost unbeara& J. W. Haughman. to visit relatives In Ulooinliigton, 111. Miss Nellie Griffith, of Chuita-iioojfiHarnes Wi:ahi:n had saved up S.'jO J. T. SUTTON asks us to correct the ble, though no fatalities occured. Ma Is visiting Miss Heltie Harris. on his newspaper sales and put it in report, which in some way got circulat- ny are reported, however, over the m Keep cool nt home by buylug a pretty Hammock H" Holdam STUART und Stove Johnson, the Globe Building Association, which ed that he .was closing out his under- country. A nice rain fell yesterday "ii taking business at Hustonvllle. He morning, reducing the heat, but it Is . . of Grays, visited their best girls here assigned the other day. still uncomfortably warm. who has had has no Idea of doing such a thing. Elu. Milton Elliott, Friday. . . a most successful year with his college MKH. LILLIAN ItOTHK, of Louisville, O. K. Now Walter Carter, the K. m A iiuitGLAK called at Mrs. W. S. Or a liner one with fringe, bright colors and large enough for two. Come to Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mi's. J. at Maylleld, was hero last week and Warren's ubout 4 o'clock Sunday C. brakeman, who was to have been ?i gave us a pleasant call. H. Carter. morning, but some members of the married two weeks ago but who was "Uncle" Lr.wiH Hossell passed up family were awake and the scamp was prevented by his failure to secure n diHOME NEWS, to Dripping Springs Friday to spend vorce, was to have had his fondest scared away before he got anything. a few weeks. hopes realized yesterday by marrying Takb that watch to Danks. DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. settling time Is Miss OUto Kidwell, of the Paint Lick MltH. Nannie Sacki.ky will return THE from a visit to the Nashville hand and I trust all those who section. The divorce was finally securSee those dress gooda weollerati'jc. now at ExKtslllou. owe me will call and settle. Please do ed and believing that man should not Severance fc Son. MlRS CYKENA DUNN, of Danville, not wait for me to dun you, but come live alone, Mr. Carter lost no time in 1 GUARANTEE vv 1..... 1....... Obelisk Hour, Come up like a man and settle. H. C. Rup-le- securing a tlt. ifiint nf fl.i helpmeet. Ho went out SKE OUR- and Pee. J. C. Florence. liauglnuan. as usual on his run yesterday morning Mrs. JOHN H. DkXardi. of St. MaThy our "Gold Medal" Flour, the Contest. Mrs. J. M. Bruce will and the ceremony was to have been ry's, arrived Saturday to visit the famn said during his layover at Richmond. give an elocutionary contest at best. Warren it Shanks. ily of George Hosse. next Friday night, which The Sunday-schoMlSK. HKNKDtCT Sl'ALDINO, of LebThe soda water at Penny's Is pure, promises to bo a notable tilTalr. Misses was participated by picnic, which in visit her fa. cold and refreshing. Try it. all the churches anon, arrived Tuesday to &C. Luclle Clark, of Boyle, and Ella May but the Methodist, was attended by Col. T. I'. Hill. ther. Saundern and Ida May Adams, of Rock- several hundred pupils and teacheis Go to Geo. Extlue it Co. to have Attorney J. E. HoiiiNSON, of Best and Largest Line of Implements in town. See us before buying. and the day proved one of general recis being treated for catarrh by your clothe cleaned, dyed and pressed castle, are among the contestants. cheap. Dr. J. G. Carwnter. "The wheat crop in this county," reation and enjoyment. Tate's avenue was alive with children and they amusMil. and Mrs. J. L. Yantis, of LinBlUNU your prescriptions to us If you said Mr. D. W. Vandeveer yesterday, ed themselves by sending up balloons, guests of relatives coln, have been I want prompt and etllcleut work. Craig "is the best J have ever seen, and am using the numerous swings provided Known 15cfore. Satisfaction Guaranteed. here. Somerset HoMrtcr. 77 years old. The crop proves that it Hocker. for them and In many other ways. The THE Lexington paper Miy that Dr. it matters not what kind of seed is sown. Lee E. Hullman, who has been very JOHN II. Mkikh Is putting In a bake There was no good seed last year and dinner on the grounds was a real feast elck, is able to be up again. oven which has a capacity of l.0 loaves. I. like others, had to use a very in and there was enough left to supply all e E. J. HllOWN went up to Dlt. His Increasing business made it neces- ferior article. The result Is both a gocd the little neeroes around town with that long-fewant a full meal each. Saturday to jwrforni tin on;ra-tlo- n sary for him to enlarge his baking fa- grain and a good crop." The Stanford Band discoursed good on Mrs. Samuel McClure. cilities. m PICNIC Mr. Bedell Chancellor, who music ut intervals and tho preachers Misses Helen Chi:naULTiuh1 HelFllEE. Chanco at an $3. music box, goes everywhere and makes the most of and teachers did all in Sterling, are their power to en Montgomery, of Mt. with every purchase of in! worth of life, tells us that 1,500 people at least make the day a hi ight guests of Miss Bettlo Harris. sjiot in the mem jewelry from our elegant line, or i attended tho Brodhead picnic Saturday ories of the coming men and women Mas. El) WILKINSON ha returned worth of other goods. Tanner Bros., and that everybody had a good time, of the country. from a visit to her parent In Cticey. McKinney. with plenty to eat and oratory galore. Miss Alllo Hendricks accompanied her. Foil Anotheh Election. In readMehdames O. J. Chow and J. II. CLOSED DOWN. Mr. John Traylor Among those who made patriotic sponse to our inquiry yesterday, Col. Never In the history of the Dress Goods business Imvo we been able to offer Vanhook, of the West End, went to has closed down his distillery for tho dresses were Messrs. R. G. Williams, W. G. Welch expressed the opinion tho next county judge of Rockcastle, MoStorekeejer-Guagepresent and his Xolln Saturday to visit Mrs. J. II. that the turnpike election held last No Mr. J. N. Carter, Is enjoying a rest this and F. F. Bobbitt, who knows how vember was valid, but admitted trin. that if to make the eagle scream and catch the JC., hot weather. Mil. H. W. Mahtin, of tho L. the court of appeals followed its decis of the j)opulace. ear with headquarters in Louisville, spent ion In a similar election case, which he GlVENS, Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. few days with his parents at How-lanti Assigned. T. M. White it Co., of didn't believe it would, it would be pro grandt-oof Mr. J. H. Burker, and For 25c. I)res Goods that sold at :iSc to SI per yard will go Jn this lot at Corbln, dealerd In shoes and hardware, nounced invalid. To remove all doubts, McV. James Walker Glvons, died near Mil. W. S. MYKHSand ion, Dr. only 25c. This Includes Cheviot effects, Hllk and Wool, fine pattern. is an Mr. White however, so that their can be no quesKinney Thursday night and was burled have assigned. M. Myers, of Crab Orchard, were on county man, and his misfor- tion about the validity of tho bonds, In the HtiBtonvlllc Cemetery Friday yesterday's train bound for the Nashtune is regretted by his many friends which would make capitalists' shy of ville K.M)sitloii. here. He was also manauer ofW. W. them, ho Is in favor of a JOHN F. S.MILKY, manager of the NOTICE. W. J. Romans it Co., Lan- Withers' stock of furniture and under- of the question, as it can cause no deEmerson Shoo Store In Louisville, caster, are closing out their largo stock taking goods at that place, but his as- lay in the execution of the popular will came up Sunday to visit his mother, of buggies, surries, phaetons and road signment will have nothing to do with and will settle the matter fully and finr, ally. Mrs. Kate Dudderar. wagons. You can savo from $. to $25 that jHirtlon of his business. There ought to be no politics in Mu. Thomas Metoalf and family by buying anything you want In the Again coon. Como early to gut the KM. Mr. Withers has decided to close eueli a suggestion as that. Every man of Jessamine, passed up to 1'lnovllle vehicle line from them. out his business there. Mr. White's who has the good of his country at heart Friday to visit the family of his brothwife was the company of the above should divert the question of everyIN remitting for his paper, Mr. Leo er, Mr. Charles W. Metcalf. firm, whose assets were $00 and liabil- thing, but a desire to do the best for Dit. li. L. Davison Is back from D. Sutherland, of Stewart, Mercer ities $475. the public good in the premises. Come Washington, where he has leen play- county, says: "I sold my suspenders and hear Hon. R. C. Warren on the my punts ClHCUiT court Is still with us and nu- subject county ing the dual role of private secretary to pay my subscription and iij These good .are to the right of left hand door as you come In. court day. are now kept in place with binder merous orders are being made In equifor his brother and attending a dentul twine. Would otler you confidence In ty cases, and many of them will disapGov. Worthington has pardoned R. college. pear from tho docket after having been T. Jordnn, of Mercer county, who was El) HARNETT, of Stanford, Is lart pay but haven't it." Mil. in court for ninny years. Saturday, sent up in 1800 for five years for manvisiting at Mr. Campbell Sampson'n A SEVEHE wind storm did consideraJames Humber, a Negro, was tried for slaughter. We learn the killing was near town. Mrs. John ISrooks, of Crab ble damage on Mr-- J. K. Baughman's Orchard, is visiting her parents, Mr. farm near Hustonvillo Thursday night. Bteallng hymn books and a lamp from under the most unmitigating circumand Mrs. J. II. Grimes. Harrodsburg Thirteen trees in his yaul and a good Sugar Grove school house, but he in- stances and there Is absolutely no some of the jurors to believe his grounds for executive Interference. Democrat. deal of fencing were blown down while duced Headed toy U. S. lyiOJDEL, IJO. 38,353. Vernon Signal says that W. his wheat and some hay that had beoti story that ho had bought the lamp in TllK Mt. Son of Klever's Model, No. 20,710. tho greatest breeding hog living, and HUNDLEY'S P. Walton, Jr., Is the llnestboy In Lin recently cut were scattered all over his Loxlngton and the hymn books with n CLAUDE, No. 12,001, son of tho World's Columbian Champion, Claude, No. 11,007. Fino, coat he had and the result was a failure toppy young boars ready for service. A few show gilts old enough to breed, and bred sows coln county and his mother and father large farm. In ovorv respect, with a, specialty, for Mile, This stock Is strictly to agree, eight being for conviction and are satisfied that Editor Maret Is n man pedigree. Prices reasonable ami satisfaction guaranteed. Write your wants or como nnil g Knights of Pythias banquet nt four for acquittal. The of great anagoslty and general Partners always will have good luck with see rav hogs. A few fresh Jersey Cows for sale. They are good ones. Also Mammoth I'ekln Duel Squire W. II. Klnnalrd sued Lewis their hog-- , when fed Dr. Hutis1 HogKemedy, the St. Asaph Hotel next Thursday In the neighborhood. A. E. HUNDLEY, Hox 195, Danville, Ky. Eggs, SI for Kl. Dlt. N. II. McKlNNEY returned from night will be a big thing. A largo Dudderar's estate for $3,i00 for wheat the only reliable medicine for Mvlue. Thousands o"f testimonial- say and feeders. Tor salefrom leading breeders Louisville Sunday morning, where he number of visitors from vurlous lodges that both claimed, but strange to by TANNEIl 1IH05., McKinney, Ky. has been attending a dental college. have slgnllled their intention to bo the jury gave a verdict against the Ho brought along his sheepskin and ii present. Nothing has been left un- - plalntlir for $:t,500. CONDITION OK THE The trial of Col. Welch for assault now ready to hang out his shingle as dono that would conduce to making It a and battery on J. W. Adams was called soon as ho can Hud a location which memorable occasion. yestordity and after some dllllculty in FARMERS BANK & TRUST 00. suits him. A HOUSE belonging to a German ran securing a jury, it commenced with 11 AT STANFORD, Tin: Richmond Register of Friday away at Kingsvlllo tho other day and Stanford, Ky., Apr. 18, '97. At tlio close uf llusliu'ss June COth, 1837. men, both sides having agreed to acpublished a highly complimentary noHickiins & McKinney, Sirs The Superior Di?c Drill has the dashed into tho tunnel with tho wagon cept that number. 11KSOUKCES. tice of Mr. J. M. Alvorson, a composi- which he was pulling. Ho stopped proper name. I used one last season, '91!. It will sow the filthami discounts, less loans to The evidence was the same as we tor In this olllee, together with a good about 200 feet from tho entrance whero rvctors Sjr7,4j3 By using it I saved 75 cents per day iest land to perfection. picture of him. The iNTKHloit Jouil-NA- ho was caught and brought out. For- gavo It at the time. It will be remem- bo.uis to directors, otiirers not Included 2;l,20O W never had a more faithful em- tunately It was not train time and no bered that tho colonel's wife and Ad- Loans to offlcers hand hire and did the work decidedly hotter than could have 12S 00 3,903 M) ploye than ho nor one that It thought damage was done either tho animal or ams had trouble over an account and 0erdraft8. secured been done with either the plow or drag drill. 31.183 Gl that after sho had called him hard Due from National Hanks . more of. 13. G. Good. Respectfully, tho wagon. 5,V0 M names, he applied a rough one to her. Hanking Iioiimj and lot LlTTLK W. I'. Jit., was tho recipient 07 l,ltij Odier stocks and londs a few days ago of a beautiful cake made The regular meeting of the city On learning of It, Col. Welch armed Specie $ R,'U 00 Stanford, Ky., May (5, '97. o and finding Ad Currency 13,033 18 20, 100 tfi by that bluo ribbon maker, Mrs. Mat-tl- council was held Thursday night, when himself with a pistol Messrs. Hiogins ife McKinney, Gentlemen: The Superior K0 00 Alvcrson, of Richmond, who has Marshal O. J. Nowland reported that ams, beat him with a enno after he had Furniture anil Fixtures Disc Drill I bought of you last year is the best drill I have ever drawn a pistol on him and Adams had taken cvory premium in that line at all ho had collected $2,0S(i.4:i of tho total $133,003 OS seen. I Imvo used the Kentucky Dragg Drill, the MeSher-r- y LIAHILITIKS: tho fairs in her section for years. The tux of $:i,000.00 duo the town. Tho protested that ho was unarmed. Judgo 00,000 00 Dragg Drill and other drills, but I pronounce the Superior sample Is proof that she only got her time for adding tho penalty began July R. J. Breckinridge, of Danville, and Clltal stock 1S.157 C7 1 and it was not extended. An order Col. Hill and R. C. Warren defended Surplus Fund .just deserts In the awards. Disc Drill the superior to all of them. I used it in all kinds subject to check, on which inMit. E. II. Beazley left Friday for was intido to pay tho Water, Light it tho colonel, the two former making leoslts 123,73. J1 terest Is not paid of land, grassy, rough, &c, and am well satisfied with it and ST.n'.N) 41 Fairmount, W. Va., toako a position Ico Co. $1,500 for Its bill for six months very strong speeches for him, appeal- Due National Hanks My wheat was now have fine prospects for a good wheat crop. which Due State Hanks nnd linkers... I.'JT'J !('. 12,31)3 30 as traveling salesman for tho Wrought Anderson Can having failed to put up ing for vindication of the act, . . rv 300 00 f tT.lirn" tho money for his liquor license tho or any brave man could not hnvedone less Taxes due ml nun,dd well put in and there was less uncovered wheat than I' ever saw ..hv. " Ct mild iron iuunu -. nt "" "v...D. "Wm. Beck. than performed, while County AttorS353.00J CS after any drill. Is ono of tho best boys In tho country dor granting It was rescinded. State of Kentucky. County of Lincoln: I, J II. ney J. B. Paxton and Commonwealth's and Stanford people dl'sliko very much Owsley, cashier of the Fanners lUnfc A Trust Co., a St., While other banks had to strain a Attorney J. S. Owsley, Jr., upheld the bank located and dolus business on MainMat; in the to u'lvo him up. His brothor, Jack, Stanford, lu said county, duly town causo of the Commonwealth with vigor. sorn ofsays the fonvolnif report is In all nicctg a will succeed him at Fun-I- fc Hardin's. point to declare tho regular semi-aappeal true statement of the condition of the said lunk, at !! Mr. Owsley, made a very earnest Mksshs. Georqe E. Stone and F. nual dividend of per cent., that solid for a line in keeping with tho gravity of the close of business on the 30th day ol I line, lsU7, to the lies! uf his kuon lede and tiefief; and further institution, tho Hustonvillo Nutionti p rnmbest. of Casey, were hero Fri was complimented says that the business, of said lunk has been trans, Is president of tho Bank, paid 4 per cent, just as easy, its the offense and he ut the location named, und not elsewhere, and day. Tho latter prosecution. The acted the above rriwrt is made In compliance with that of Liberty and ho gross earnings boing at the rato of 10 for his impartial Commercial Bank an olliclal notlco received Irom the Secretary of Is Its jury after a short retirement returned Mate designating June 30th, 1VJ7, is the d.iy on told us that that institution wad getting per cent. Its capital $o0,000 and which such report shall lie made. a verdict for $25. IsJ Receiving his- J.no. 11. Owslky, Cashier, along swimmingly. A three per cent, earnings were $4,034.01. Tho surplus were finally discharged Tho juries ti. 11. Shanks, Director, 1 and near- is now half as much as tho capital. dividend was declared July J N. ME.NKficK, Director, Ed. Alcorn and Cashier yesterday, but tho court will bo open rf. J. Kmury, Director. ly $100 wad carried to tho surplus fund. President Dr. rest of tho week for tho filing of Sworn to before rae by J. U. Owsley June 2nd. recently changed J. W. Hocker run tho bank moat suc- the Some of tho stock has Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit' Guaranteed. Give him a Call. W. M. BRIGHT, Notary I'ubllc. IW7. bills of exception and equity work. cessfully and most economically. THE best Is cheapest, That's why our piilntH, load and oil uro cheapest. l'onny'rt Driiy; Store. Miss Doha Hauuilman returned to ' Go to Extinc k Co. to get your Sum Danville yesterday. mer suits made cheap. 9 Mil. John It. Hiuoins, of Chicago, j Oiiklisk Hour is the best in Ken- was hero yesterday. Ri:v. R. H. Mahony went up to Crab tucky. J. C. Florence. Orchard yesterday to spend a few days. THY our "Gold Camel" Tea, line with Mils. Alici: Johnson, of Harrods Ice. Warren & Shanks. burg, has been the guest of Mrs. W. S. Ice cold Ico cream soda water, pure Warren. Garner, of McKinney, Is fruit syrups at John II. Melr's. Walter the proud father of a bouncing boy SHINGLES and rough lumber cheap which arrived on the 4th. for cash only. II. J. McRobcrts. Riioija m m i SOME boys have been guilty of bathing in the reservoir and Manager J. W. Hayden will make it hot for them If the offense Is repeated. The Germans of the Ottenheim section celebrated the 4th by a general picnic. Abundant eatables and drinkables were on hand. Clothing. My stock Is yet full of Good Things and Choice Spring Patterns. THEY Mfl'ST BE SOLD A Cot-ul- CHILD'S SUIT FOR 50HCTS. H. J. McROBERTS. i, HAMMOCKS I For One Dollar g I 1 W. B. MoEOBERTS. semi-annu- al to-nig- I k .T y. -- Ellza-bethtow- m Cultivators, Wagons, Buggies, CHRRIKGES. HARNESS, ol PRICES LOWER THAN EVER B. K. WEAR EN St SON. 4 Hock-castl- lt m JUST 25C. SO MUCH r, t d. You will not Have an Opportunity like this How-ove- SEVERANCE A SON. High Locust Herd Reg. Poland Cnjnas. first-cla- ss to "Care Makes Luck." under-itandin- Superior Disc Drill. m .11- L . 4 1 n H. G. RUPLEY, THE MER6MNT TAILOR -- SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. hands at 1110. ''nwwp y.y.y I ! I1 lK if Eider Farrer preached two excellent Decker HroV. I'luuoi. Ckaii OiiciiAliu, July 2. I desire to On Thursday, July.22nd, the Chesa- llului" rot'. Pianos sermons at the Christ church Sunday. slum-tio- n Kllhiiroii 1'liuuw, write a few lines on the political pcuko V Ohio railroad will run Its anwill be hero Thursday Tho circus I). II. llnhlwln I'liiniw. In Lincoln county onil to njrce X'MlsltoiJ.oi'Stxosa.ayo'xm.iX'rldavo nual excursion to Old Point Comfort, PNc'lu'r Piano, Ac. Is expected. Tho Judge Jewell that "polities is and a large crowd with Va., leaving Lexington at ll:2o a. m., Ettey Organs, Hamilton Orgntu nuil other vacant lot near the depot will bo used ! Pa!. MnUiM. To Knjoy tho Summer go to und reaching Old Point at noon next SS I? JCTZ Y1CYH. IN" ADVAKCK h l", Now, I have been Importuned for tents, etc. See mv (lood mid lli't lv I'rli'i lluforo you by some leading republicans to let my day. Only Jll will be charged for tho 10 W. T. WIIIlX Crab Oiv hard. Htiy. John Scarbrough. aued 10, a son of round trip and ir When not so paid SS.SO will 1k charged. name ;o before the republican conventickets will bo good to of rlno Hill, was so s tion as a candidate for county attorney Dr. Scarbrough, return until August 8th. badly frightened during a thunder to defeat a democratic aspirant for that will be allowed at any station on return Wednesday that he dropped office, who they say will certainly de- storm last trip, so hat our patrons may break the dead as he returned from viewing the feat Col. T.J. Culton for tho nomina homeward trip by stopping at any of tcrllic electric display. the beautiful mountain resorts along TIME C5RD. tion in Mr. Culton's own party, and The glorious that I am the only attorney that can Brodhead by a 4th was celebrated at tho line. Sleeping car rates will bo Addre for Term, Ac, big picnic. A largo S'1.50 per get the nomination for that otllco over double berth which will tie- KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. number from here attended. The Mt. conunodato the aforesaid democrat. 'Tis strange No other GUS. HOPMAITIT, Fropriotor, two persons. the music. Trains leave Stanford at 7:10 a. m. and 4 j. that a democrat can got the nomina- Vernon Band furnished 100 In tho summer trip offers such a diversion and p. w. andUlOJ p. m returning at V 23 tion for an ofllec In a republican con- With the mercury up to Crah Orchard, Kv. variety of pleasures as a trip to Old as away KNOXVIlTe DIVISION. vention over a republican. I have al- shade, it was a fine day to while Point over tho Chesapeake k Ohio Ry. a pleasant hour in a grassy nook on the with Its 12 ST p m so been asked to run for county judge mountains, valleys, rivers No. 24 Train going North 3 13am river bank. But alas ! there was no ocean. Special rates of $2.50 per and Oriag Bros.' Pure Bred Poultry. " " No 26 " W 04 p in by men of both parties and earnestly day Hoylo Co. Poultry Yard. Sjuth " No. 25 " : 12. pm requested to run for representative. shade and very little water to be ob at the Chamberlain and Hygela Hotels. " " A word to tint furiucrs. No. 23 " If you make uioiiry In this (Ujr nml me on iiiti.t kop up with the tliuo tained, even to drink. For all Points. Don't the honors come thick and fast ? For full information or sleeping car mid kwp tlinroiulilirvd. Ttir msltirr earlier wltli Co., Tho Teachers' Institute will begin ,vi of rcviit. THKO'JOH TICKETS SOLD. But I am a candidate for no olllce, but reservation call on or write to George a profit)anUmor thanthat llirrt tan Tlirrrnxviuiit I be no mix In otniir UAC.C.AUK CHECKED THROUGH. quietude amid authors of a by- July 19th, the time selected by Supt. W. Barney, dls. pass, ageut, Lexlng trvsl. We jiiiarmilc- all ryjes fertll when at home KOUND1CD ItlOO. For any Information enquire o( Andrew Baker. New faces arc seen at J:t.ft) II. II. lie. I Tit (lame. Imp. sttlugol 15 gone age. ton. no nuri-o" J1 usmo " a.'ifirnieii JOF. S. RICE, Agent, I hope tho republicans will give that each annual meeting of the Rockcastle ' " iijui While CceMcdlllae); Stanford, Ky. " ii to teachers, but several familiar faces will IJEASONS WHY CMAMIIKULAIX'S COLIC, IUm l a, Imported l.llh " matchless judge, M. C. Saulley, no op- " S.Ui Hlack Ml norm. CMOLEKA AM) DIAKItH.KO year, among them being J HTANKOltH, KY. ' SllTerUiv.1 Wjamlotte, QUEEN & CRESCENT. losltlon. lie is. the ablest jurist and appear this " Ibrrvil I1 muuili Ituok, " IS THE IIKST. JI.50 Misses Ella Joplln, Ellen Butner, Ora man In the district. A.O. I.ASIUM. .the most brilliant John. Casilkman. Trains pass Junction City as follows; All iirrsMs iNitc w (winit. 1. Because lt atfonU almost Instant reHansel, Mrs. Georgia Rico and Messrs. 4 ttt p in CltAIO llltOS., l'ro.,JuncllonClt'. Kjr. tl 57 a m o. 2 rsortn No. HSouth The Spartan mother being asked " 3 48am 1124 pm " 4 No. 3 " and Jasior Brown, all lief In cane of pain In the stomach, colic and ISOpiu "Where are your jewels ?" pointed S. II. Martin No. 5 " 1125am " fi " cholera morbus A WOUI TO- ,.6 00 a 10 8 20pm No. 9 2. IlecaUMj It N tho only remedy that newith tho finger of triumph at her man- good teachers. an reMr. D. K. Totton, a prominent .11 of dyeu-ter- y faIN in the mo-.- t ".eve're cn-ver no luriner aoiiin man juutuuu v,hj t muuci ly sons and said "These are my jew OWNERS. o.they run Sundays. and dlarrhaa INSURANCE COMPANY els." When Stanford is asked "Where publican, had a long letter In the Sig :i. Itecaute It It the only remedy that will Aroyou Insured If not, why not? AnTcTnCINX ATI RY. are your jewels ?" she can point with nal last week, relative to the condition euro chronic dlnrrliavi. FRANKFORT iif dwellings and bams good an yours 1. OF LIVERPOOL. Heeauo It U the only remedy that will the finger of pride to Judge Sautloy and of his party. He says that some one VIA GEORGETOWN. who is riding In the "Bethurum Band prevent billon-- colic. A. M say "There Is one of my jewels and by r. M. A. M. P.M. 5. HocauMj It N the only remedy that whl 2,00 Wagon" doubts his loyalty to his parEve. Somerset, Arl2 55 2S5 8 20 the blaze of his genius you can find my cife epidemical U" " 1131 " Jet. City. 315 ty. We havo been told that tho above C. BdRDEE X C5STLEHUS. Hecaue It the only. remedy that can 630 other jewels." 450 Arr Georgetown, Lt 9 85 605 " 6 30 3 00 ' Frank tort, always bo deH)iidetl upon'ln case of chole- Every jear. Involving tho tov of million of 1155 720 dollar". Why xhould you eject to i'ajni Nor ought John Sam Owsley, Jr., to title has been given by a Grand Mogul ra Infantum. ...,o MANAtlEltS. 5 30 8 40 5 10 Arr I'arls 7. IlecatiMj It Is the nxwt prompt nml from veil r to 'y eu r J have any opposition. He is the best of this district to the successful candiDally except Sunday nm.t rellablu medicine In ue for Uiwel C.,D.HERCAW,G. P A. Commerce .Bnilding, Louiivllle. Commonwealth's attorney for his age I dates for nomination by the rebublican complaint-.Tour Property May Burn party of Rockcastle. We suppose the . Because It produces no bad result. ever saw. AitenU Throughout the fouth. (1 pleasant Within n oiir. within a month, within 21 The present members of the court of application Is that while they make the 0. IlecauM) ltIt has m-d antlafe to take. hours Wliy nhould you exKe the accullvi-iIIcciiUm) more 10. tho appeals furnish us a melancholy exam- music tho party obediently falls Into eoi)le than any other medicine In tho mulation of year, of hoiiii toll to los by a .IliL'le lire." which can detro It In an line and and follows the world. ple of what partisanship will do. The Ixnal AKnt,- hour t Soliciting n liare of your iatrongo The 25 and 50c lies for Mile by Cral' strains up to the polls. republicans are too much addicted to Hooker. DrugifWts, Stanford, Ivy." Kentucky. Mrs. Nancy Hoooker, accompanied Stanford, the habit of voting for partisans, with17tf JZSSS D. WEAEIN, by her sisters, Misses Lena and Clara Lntt summer on of our out regard to qualification. C. Wil- was sick with a overo bowel trouble." miv Kennedy, are Fontaine Fox Boubitt. liams. Mrs. visiting Mrs. M. returned Mr- E. (). Gregory, of I'redorlcktown, fo. Oetieral Ageut, - - - - Stanford. Ky John Fish has Our doctor's remedy had failed, then we from a visit to Williamsburg. Mr. C. tried Chamberlain'-- Colic. Cholera and Dlar-rhPOVERTY AND DISTRESS. reKemedv. which gave very C. Williams was in Frankfort and lief." s o by Craig & Hooker. (To the Editor of the Imkkior Joi'knai.) Stanford. Kv. Louisville lust week on business. Mrs. DRAI.F.U IN Deah Sih: I write to tell you that You nmv hunt tho world over and vou In my various travels over tho State I Ed Woodall went to Hazel Patch Sat bTANKOUD, KV. medicine tijual to will not find meet haggard und care worn faces of urday to attend the bnrial of Mr. Geo. ChamlierlaluS another Colic. Cholera anil Dlarrluva Miss McGee, of London, is I!omed for lwwel complaint-- . It Is pleasAll kind of reulrlK done al reoiiiM ratei men and women In our large cities and Carj)enter. a ipnUlty. tMUfsclloa i;uiraaeit In all the small towns thoro Is great the guest of Irlends here. Misses An- ant, .afe and reliable. Tor sate by Craig & Uiholletlatf Hocker. Stanford. Kv. want among all classes of the people nie Thompson, Georglo McFerran, El Df 1 'ou Ever our tmul.lt- - ? wherever I have been, especially in the la Joplln, Alza and Florelle Brown, Try Hlttrs as a remedr frr counties. The "gold stand- Bessie Miller, Bessie and Lena If not, net u Ixittle no and set relief. Tlilt iiid. Absolutely Pure. and Susie Thompson attended cine found to Im cullatlr adapted lo lie ard" has been on all occasions heartily Mr. Wult. Smith rejoices relief and cure of all female InrouipUluU, exerting a Celebrated for Its great leavening strength and denounced and ou almost every occas- the picnic. and kItIiik wonderful, dlret Inttiiencv Fertilizers and Goal. beallhfulnes. Assures the food against alum and Kentucky High-Grad- e U of Misses tone to tlieomans. If yon hare v'll or a aptlte, Huitonville, all forms of .adulteration so common In tho cheap ion I find that tho people are fearfully over the arrival of a daughter. headache, falntlni tierroui, roriitltlon, brands. nr.i.l,ln.rilri.i the iwvnle of Wet Cakexcited. Prices for everything arc on Nora and Lily Woodall gave a party to sleenlet'.excltaMe, melancholyl or irouine.1 witn and Cay ountl-- . Kull tlock of CoffimandUncoln- Goods Warranto! ns Keprieiitcd. OQIce on Royal Waking Powdmi Co., New York. Jlur itell Electric Hitters are llie medicine you etiaiwayinu nana. Klmoro's Ptor, Main are at a stand- their girl friends Thursday evening. iij- in tho decline, enterprises nuariii-.neel. lleaiui ami sirviiKiu M Kentucky. I). 8. Carpenter, Manager. v. Only dOcrnti a Little at W. H. MeltuWrta' still, and In many places the people are drug itore. JUDGE W.O. HANSFORD. J.I. TOTTKN. living from hand to mouth; enforced ic I can now supply the people with Fresh Idleness diminishes the market for evThrre i Sothiwj r (Jonl At a meetin'' of the Clay county bar Candy of many varieties and superior cxcel- There nothing jutt at ku1 m leticy'cvery day. I am making It myself erything that brings forth good times. at Manchester, Ky., Juno 7, 1807, to DlMiiverrl for Coutmiiptlon. OiiulisDr. Kltu'a New TIIOItoroiIHKKK and Colds, IN a ii d (,'uaranteu satisfaction. Glvo me a call. Everywhere I see lmixyerlshed Idle- pass resolutions of respect to the late demand It and do not jienult the dealer to you ! J. A. STEPHEN30N, Stanford. claim ttierli anyHe wilt Corn anil Xlay, ness in hunger and rags. The owners W. O. Hansford, the Hon. C. B. Lyttlo mint m'ntltute. In onler not make mom piotit lie thing Itetter. hut to Ker.1 Kxchance, near the lia road The mint. Juit i U'1. ion Order OlBce and of homesteads are brooding over tho was chosen chairman and James A. Jef- may claim omelliliitfel" to Crvnalng, IVpot Stieel, of nil hrtisl, want Ir Klnic'a New IHvtivery liiuw you know was made secretary. mortgages, tho foreclosures of which fries - attnln tho greatt to be Mfe aud reliable and guaranteed to do l afall est weight, fatten The chair then appointed S. H. Kash, or money refiimltl. I'or tiiui;hs. colds audtlierv U Coal Yard, Mill .lrwl, lately J. II. Hllna'. will take their homes from them, and fections of the thrrwt, client and luntfi entity at any oge. The NIOKELL MAGAZINE still leave them In debt to the mort D. K. Rawlingd, A. W. Baker and Jas. nothliui?codas I)r Klng'aNew Dljcorery. TriSatlafactlou guaranteed. lluis ready for wants good reliable agents to canal buttle free at W II. MslColwrla' dru atore. on resolutions, service. tilIN and miwh already hred, l'Iir ilzeJt'cand Jl. vas for subscriptions. A verv gage creditor, this is because tne Eversole a committee of either ex, not akin. Question and ! good rate of cash commission will prices of real estate havo gone down as who after deliberation reported the folpromptly amwered, JJucklm't Arnica Suite. be given, or bicycle premiums if a result of the demonetization of silver lowing: J. I., k H. J. KcSOBESTS, SUnfori. Orchard now has the finest tonr!nl Crah preferred All material and sam- by the great crime of 187U, and the The t salre In the world for cut,, brulva Whekkas, It has pleased the In thoctantry In theermiif S.irr.i, ple copies furnished free. Apply 'res, letter, chap, artM mid God of Heaven and the Universe wies, ulirs.all rheum, ferer all akin eruption. IIUlkKMDUK, whi ifundle thu adoption of the gold standard. Under I have oiienetl a shop at tint fork ped hands, chlllilalus, conn and of tho ouco. at In expert wtyle. Call on him viheu xou lliistouvllhi and Mllledgevtlle pikes, near It lwslilTely cures piles or noiiay vicious system thousands of tons to take from our midst tho honored Kuarajteel toglre ieifect aatlsucllonreiulrl. It la raror a clean nhaveor itylNh haircut. this 7 or money vratit Mr. P. Iteld'n and inn prepare! to tlo nil Trice 'iJceutaier box. Kor aale by V. II. of every kind of commodities are tum- neighbor, benevolent brother, trusted kinds of husband, Judge V. aicltotierta, Dnifiiii. 180 Summer Street, bled upon the market and sold at auc- father and beloved ! Uoston, Moss Blackamithing and Woodwork, TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. tion, often for a quarter of their value, O. Hansford, one admired for kindness of heart, respected highly for IntellecIlrouio Quinine fableta All Take laxative because money must bo had at whatr At the lowest price and In the Ut manlier. the money If It fall to Cure. Kor Urn jlats Administrator', and such I icunrauteo all 1113' VMirk. I will take nil At guardian-ever sacrifice. Laws which are made tual attainments, by every brother of HaleliyW refund II. Mrilolwrta, CralgA llotker and O. , who have not wide n hettleinent with thu kinds of oouiitry prixluee, except for horso Stanford, Ky. . to reduce the value of property reduces the profession, and whose memory will L. I'eunv, l'leuso glvo Lincoln County Court lu tlio lat two years slKKilnp whh'h Is 5U cents, the debtor's ability to pay his debts by live while our county has a history, are herehy nut'llled to come forward at once mc slut re of voitr iwitronaL'e. It. MAY1-MJohn G. Milllkcn, district passenger C. settle or they will tm proceeded acaliist the sale of his property. Legislation therefore be it agent of the L. & N., fought a blood- and W. IIAWSON. Resolved 1, That we heard with de- less duel with u burglar who entered according to law. Lincoln I. which Increases the value of a dollar County Court. 20 Judge and thereby cuts down the value of ev- pressed sensibilities the announcement his room In Louisville. Three shots Co. ery man's property Is dishonest legisla- of the sad und untimely death of our : t Ky. tion. A dollar which is constantly in- beloved brother, kind neighbor and were tired by each. OK STANKOltM, KY. Office on Lancaster street at Residence creasing In purchasing power, by the friend, Judtrc W. O. Hansford. SHEET Fall up Capital, $200,000 00 2. That we extend to his sorrowing aid of legislation, is called "sound monSurplus, Co. 17,603 SO A. K wife and family our deepest sympathy ey" by those scoundrels who procured KY., Ily proTliloiu of Its i barter, are a the legislation and ure opposed to its in this, their hour of tad bereavement. lSolejiroprIetorof l)e.in' Hlack Diamond Itoof fully .rnte t.il at are depotltors In dtllors llauka, The undersigned committee will on Surgeon .National . I'jIiiI. Intimates juriilslied for. alntini; sliareholders being held Individually liable to reeal. But I havo said more than I U. That the Mountain Echo, Inteu-IOIti Dentist, fttid Iron roofs. SalItf.rllo.-- turanlissl Alt itock therein JOUHN'AL. and Clay County RepubMONDAY, 12, 1897, metal painted with IVan'a Hlack diamond l'allit the extent oftlie niiiountof thrlrto the amount al intended when I took my &eat to write. roofa the par value thereof, lusddltlon warranted for years. DeJler in liet Clatrrn l'uiiis bo requested to publish these pro- In tey. lu nidi nlmren. It may act as exetutor. ad. There is no more sound money than a lican front of the Court Ioumi door In Stan- Biidlialranlu-- Iron Filters, (ialraiilied and Hlack uilnlmialor, truitee, Ac, ai fully as au Individual. ford, Ky., ell iuhlh'l - Lincoln County Iron Hooting of all kinds. raised check is a sound chock. It is no ceedings. Tendering our thanks to thine ulio baveentruit. , ed their biuliies to ut, we trunt they will continue Office over McItlertV Drug Store in the Owsley more honest money than false scales 4. That these resolutions be spread ItoniN of i'iTifi each, payable In Si) year-,toiloiM), and weorler at a giiaraiil-fnIn live, ln'arliig lx with privilege of Hulldlng. prompt at tentloii loMiiieour 'iOjeitrn' exvrleii(e In bankused by a buyer to Bwlndle a seller are upon tho records of the Clay circuit per cent. Interest, ii.iyahle aiiuiially ! ing and at arcuiuuiolatlou at are consistent copy of same bo furnished under section 1.S5T of Kv- Statutes. honest scales. Such uro the workings court, and a with sound bunking. All pcrconideslrlni; Ixtint 1'otta fur ilank fence, W. L. Dawmkv, DIKECTOKV ofJ.he vicious monetary system we have to the family of tho deceased. ost Mild railing or wire feint) can find what they THE POPULAR J. P. Coi.mi.ns, Committee. J. J. Wllllaiiit, Mt. Vernon; wautut my atore near Cedar Creek, on the pike Signed by tho committee. been laboring under over since the J. II. Pa.xto.n. WI alao leading fit) m Crah Orchard to Stanford " Cuuiiulim, I'usichertvlIIe: IN! The resolutions were unanimously J;.1b110rJ.-,?f-- . keep 011 hand a aupplyof plank for feiiclin:. All great crime of I87H. J. II. (Iwsley, (,o.Kh, S. II. Shanks, klndsof lumU-- for linlldliu puriOMii; alv Ijonrdi adopted and tho meeting adjourned. S. A. MlDDLETO.V. S. J. l.iubry, and aliliiKles. All iktboiis deilrini any article of J. Caih. D & C. B. Lvttli:, Chm'n. J. h. Lynn. me at my utoro nearCnlar A. V. Carpeuter; this kind ran rail ou J. N.Menefee. (i. W.MNtil.CTON. Crek. A CARD. Jkkkmbs, Secy. .. Proprietors Jas. II. ornccKs. t Hw"p"' - : .". , . "J ,M-- L BOBBITT TALKS POLITICS. To the Editor of tho THE INTERIORJOURNAL MT. VERNON. EXCURSION TO OLD POINT COM-FOR- Imgruir Jih'k.v.m.. The Winter PIANOS AND ORGANS. 11 Of Your Discontent- Stop-over- CRAB ORCHARD FIRE INSURANCE. SRkf FHENIX OPJBROOKLVN. Insurance Company, Illuo-CJr.t- 1 Caledonian Insurance of Scotland. 111I1 - a!ilp-etl- . r 1 11 R.B.MAHONY.Agt., ItCM-F.D- V 111 PROPERTY Thou-Min- , rv. Are Destroyed by Fire or Lightning . RpYVl fisws of VT. A. -- grand-childre- n -. . aa sjx-'d- I'or-al- Prug-gUt- H.D.PHILLIPS, J. B. Gun and Ziook Smith HIGGINS, Farm Wagons, Pleasure Vehicles, POWDER Mc-Clu- Blue-Gra- re Klts-trl- ss J. T. SUTTOKT. Ua.l-e- I Uiidertalcor, Agricultural Implements, ttrx-ngt- I i - CANDY KITCHEN. 11 m-- SON, COHL, DEALERS NOEL Kontuclcy. Silc-smak- . DUROC HOGS EARN MONEY. Stanford; liex-ul- NOTICE JBL 11 32-o- iro-Ilf- lc all-wi- se iM.-- itol-Mi- rs The Nickell Maaazine, -- 1 NOTICE . Irug-;Uta- ca-th- 1 Oeuttat, Stanford, BBr PRICK, Sale Lincoln -- Bonds. II IP J.T.Jones, 111 STANFORD, 21-- tf Farmers Bank& Trust WIS, wo-M- m H Stanford, IHfflfE JULY -- 1 M0M(DINME)liMM - NOTICE r l 0 MM MSM - MMMMWhMM SHELBY SHELBY, (I M0MMOM0IM ASM MMBMCjqNJm l VCI Your Mlddlebur conespondont did tho Masons of Casoy and tho Order in general damage when ho stated In his letter that Wat Hardin and Geo. Denny were advertised to speak at a Masonic picnic at Phil in order to draw suckers. Both gentlemen were invited aid expected aud there was great disap pointment when they failed to come. Masons do not to such methods as the young man who wrote tho article will And out whim he gets better ac quainted with tho Order. F. P. Com ii est. re-so-rt MM (SjiM O.l'.A K. MMOIOI(OINl(Q)(Nl O mm FKAKK J. 8EKO. Chicago. U. nACON, Loularllle. H.V.A MO W ON Two railroad trains carrying and visitors to tho Christian Endeavor convention at San Francisco were wrecked last week. Last March dozens of trains carrying crowds of Buorta and toughs to the Fitzslmmons-Corbe- tt prize tight went over tho same tracks, and tho excursions were attend ed without u single casuality. Tho doctrine of chances seems to be marked by curious discrimination. Louisville Times. Nlnetj two people lost their lives In i a tiro in Egypt. dole-gates -- LIVERY.FEED& SALE STABLE NIAGARA FALLS. JunctionlCity, Ky. Tho excursion season to tho North Turnouts, prompt attention, very opens this year with much promise. A iiortiou of your palionai;e la reasonable The Niagara Falls teason will be in rwjectfullyrates IS tollcited augurated with an excursion at rates lower than havo ever before been made from all points on Q. & C. Route, Thursday, July 8th. This excursion ItOUTK. will be run via Cincinnati, C. H. & D. Ry. to Toledo and Mich. Cent, via Do- Tlie Beat Line toand I'roni trolt to Niagara Falls, tho world's won- TOLEDO AND DETROIT der. Special trains of the first class All Tolnts in Mlclilaa. Pullman sleejnjrs will coaches and leave Cincinnati at noon, July 8th, and CHICAGO. "White City Special." tickets from Q. & C. points will be on Ilest Terminal Station. salo for trains that make the connec14th to return. ST. LOUIS. tion, good until July AroIdlQg the Tunnel This is ono of the most completely popular trips known to tho American pubBOSTON. lic and Niagara is visited by thousands Wagner bleeping Cars. of Americana every year. The present opportunity Is an unusual one and you NEW YORK. should see your Q. & C. agent or address tho undersigned for space at ear- Iluflet Parlor Cars, Warner Sleenluir Cara, Prlrat Compartment Can, Meaut Coaches and l3lu. liest nosslble date. Tho rate from lng Cjm. City will bo $10.05 for tho Junction Da lure your ticket read via "UIO FOUR " round trip. Chas. W. Zell, D. P. A., D. 11. JIAItTIJf, Fourth and Race Streets, Cincinnati. E. O. McCOKMICK, Puger Trattli fgr Gen. I'au. A Tkt. Ajt. W. C. Rlnearson, geu'l pass'ragt., CinCINCINNATI, OHIO. cinnati, O. Klnt-Cla- s D. S. CARPENTER, I S. II. Shanks. I'resldenl: J. 11. Dwiley, Cashier: W.M. llrlght, Teller Huston villa, ls-a- "BIG 4: Will rarrv a lamer utoek of Furniture of all kind and will sell cheaper than this year than ever anybody Plows: The Oliver Chilled, Vulcan, OK STANFOKD, KY. Chattanooga and paints of all Silver Steel and klndi. Cultivators and Double Shovels, all Malta make, tliu t in the world. 1'armeri, call lu and Capital Stock 8100,000. Surplus $15,750. get any tiling you want from a liuggy down. D. S. CAM'KNTKII. ltoipectfillly, Attention of the public la railed to the fact that n., thills the only National .... ... Ilauk lu Stnf,,r,l ticr .1uv iiiv.iiioiiv Ul mo national Hank l deiiositors aiei .uie-- not only by tliemplui atock, . &c. but by the stockholders' tint. III. t. lor an 10 bonds amount the stock, so that depotltors of this Instltu tlou iru tecure.1 ly a rund of JAO.Ool). Klve sworn Money to loan on Improved city property or pro. statements of the roudltlonol tho Hank are made ductile farms In Stanford ami Lincoln county al each year to the United States Government and Its Alio I wll nwets are examined at stated times by government Gper cent., payable furnish boudi for public or corporation olQclalst agents, thus securing additional and ierfect aalet to depositors. Uxecutors, Admlnlttratoraor Uiiardlantat Tills Institution originally establlibcd as heDe. Am agent for four of the best I'lre Insurance Companies doing business lu Kentucky and posit Hank of Slanford In 1ASS, then reorganised as the National Hank ofStaniord In 1805 and attain solicit patronage of proper! v holders In Stanford llales aauieos other eonipanles doing biulness here reoreinlaed as the Flint National Dank of Stanford In Mi, hat had practically an uninterrupted existWALLACE E. VAHNON, Agt. ence for aj years. It Is better supplied now wIC tacllltles for transacting business promptly and liberally than kver before In Its long and honorable career. Arcwints of Individuals, fiduciaries, Urmi and Individuals solicited. No. 32012, FIRSTNATIONALBANK wn m, m .... M- I """'; 1 ly reaxiu-ableiate- s. DORSGYGOLDDUST OIKKCTOXS. Producer of combined and Eastern horses that nell for good prices, will muke tho pres- 3. 1. Harris, " . s. If, " ent seuhoti ut Ten Dollaim to ttisuro a liv' ing colt. Also juck, Itoscoe, ut 3 to Injure K. L. Tanner, McKinnev. W. A. Trlbble. F. KEID. a fivlng colt. ;u,9S!Ur,(Jrlb 0rch'd: M. J. Millet, Person. N. IL Dorsoy Oolddust has produced a ii, ii.cnuuin, oiauioru. class of combined horses that attract buyorricias. ers uud bring good prices, regardless of pnu-tc- s. I. S. Uocker, Tresldentj J. J. Mcltoberta, Coihler Ikua-biuin- A. A. McKlnney, AsslsUntCtsbler. -- JU J, A HSsaSKiR !; EStsCTraa