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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897070901 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. X 1 i r ' SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. JULY J), XXVI. LANCASTER to-da- 1897. NO. 38 HARNKS Or; SANCTIFIOATION. tho "movement" (God forbid that willHUSTOflVILLC Rev. George O. Humus has been fulness should be attributed for a moAllen fc Lyon shipped a car load of It In believed thut the democratlo preaching some powerful sermons at ment) is seen in tho fact that no one of 4c lambs to Cincinnati Wednesday. committee will flnUh notnltmtliifr a .the but his volco and that tho "sanctified" believe in a "wholly (Thursday). Henry Dryo sold his crop of wheat wlnninir ticket sanctified" body; nor do they claim perof 'Miss Marie will bo hushed there Mr. N. Miller, a prominent funnor, fect exemption from puln and sickness; to tho MeKlnncy Mills at (So delivto tho regret of all who ered. was unconscious from thuclTeetH of heat love to attend Oats and their meetings. To though "Jesus has all power In Heaven E. B. Good has been appointed temfeverul hours, but has recovered. for morrow they leave for Laneiister, where and on earth." None of them dure Ticket are nolllntr rapidly to see the they will preach and sing for 10 days. commit Jesus to that form of deliver- porary marshal, pending the result of Dovers' attempted suicide. klnetoscope at the court'hoiine Friday Mr. Rarnes has hud a good deal to say ance: though "common sense" tells us J. G. Weatherford agd family, of nitfht, the greatest wonder of the lUtb against the He can do as much for tho body us the "anul!llcution," which has Always on Hand at Milidale, are here for the Summer century. had such a run hero and in order that soul. But a "band" organized on that with their friends and relatives. Sam Goodloe shot John Uottotus his twsitloti may be fully understood, lino would soon go to pieces. Weak George Woodson, of Ktdd's Store, three times at a picnic near DavUtown we havo taken especial pains would soon betray Itself to all. to quote faith during a jjenei-R- l lltfht. The wounds him correctly In thoughts of the heart and sins of hos lost two children within the last Orders at Special Prices. tho following synopsis The are not fatal. The parties are colored. of his views on soul are easily concealed. The pains few weeks from whooping cough. the subject: for Quite a number of horses and nuilcs The following party left of body are not so readily hidden. Yet a& Nlapu-Full: MUnea Joe Merrltt, to Mr. Barnes,Is with evident reluctance Paul enumerates sanetitlcation of in this section was overcome by gay what sure to bo misunderheat of the last few days. Mamie Henry and Hattle Doty, stood and Mire to bo misrepresented; "body" equally with "soul and spirit" y J iE5 tate JMMBIr toMVAtatfHr B0t kvitai'kBta0.lfeflF K. H. Smith, Howurd Garrison, Rev. Martin Luther will preach at ih1m5k and sure to oITcnd dear friends of the In l Thcss V, 23 quoted sesque ad Presbyterian church next Friday, Adams, Prof. H. S. Goweu and the Lizzie past who havo becomo entangled in the nauscum by those who claim complete Saturday and Sunday, morning and H. K. Henry. exemption from sin. A coclety with tolls of this latest form of an old, old Kldera James Luno Allen, of Dannever a single case of pain and sickness evening. of Lexington, delusion; yet urged on, apmrcntly, by Doc Bishop, a son of Josiah Bishop, ville, and Mark Collls, a simple desire to "contend earnestly in It, would do more good with the had two fingers severely crushed by are conducting a protracted meeting at for "general public" than hollow asserthe faith once delivered to tho Pleasant Grove church, near Urynnts- tions of perfect freedom from sin. We being caught in the cogs of a reaper he saints;" and wishing todo something to was driving. vllle. Much Interest Is manifested and During the Tennessee Centennial and futernutioiuil Exposition at Sash' await such an organization. stem the tide of what he thinks an Joe Conway and wife, of Wichita, It will continue Indefinitely. rille, Ttnn , a low rate special tariff ha been established for the rate of fanaticism, that always has Kansas, aro spending the heated term Prof. H. F. Kvans, who will leach City. ticket from Cincinnati and other terminal point on the Queen A Crescent has tuught KM left and always will leave behind It a with Mrs. Conway's parents, Mr. and again In this county, Houte blackened waste of dlsapointcd hopes, Mr. Hay, of Danville, is lathing and Mrs. Samuel Held. chilmouths In all, having taught l, Ticket are on tale daily until further notice to Chattanwga at 4.55 our and lives In worso shupo than before; plastering Mr. J. L. Rose's new house W. R. Wil lams andJJohn Dinwiddle dren, none of whom were ever arraignway or f4.90 round trip from Junction City, the round trip ticket being steadfastly maintains from Scripture this week. were overcome by the heat Monday. ed for a public otTcnno. He justly regood seven day to return; other ticket, with tonjer return limit, at $7.30 The ladies of the Christian church Quick application of tho proper reme but that ail are sinners all their lives long gards It as a hlgby praiseworthy, and at $9 tioforthe round trip. and necessarily so. spent Thursday and Saturday of last dies prevented their cases from being not a very lucrative profession. These rate enable the public to riiit Xashville and other Southern point Not, nil sinners alike, but all tainted week washing, cleaning and catietlng Mr. Charles Walker, of Atlunta, ban more serious. at rate never Ixfore offered. VtMibulfd traim of the jineM cla are at the with sin, so that "If any one says he their church, preparatory to tho proThe Fair Association here has conbecen at Ulce Hengo's stable for a dixtal of the pauenger, affording a mot pleaant trip, and enabling one has no sin, he decclveth himself" not tracted meeting which began Monday buying horses for the Southern cluded to join efforts with Moreland to viit the very intercMing tcenery and important in and God; nor the devil; nor his fellowmau; night, Rev. Boswell, of Mississippi, beand assist them in getting tho mntter murket. Ho has bought 11 head at tX alout Chattanoga, Lookout Mountain and Chickamauga National i'ili' but only himself: and is on the dircc; ing the leading minister. on foot, so as to have their exhibit on to $100. Messrs. J. D. Swopo and Geo. tary Park. Ticket to Nashville to viit the Centennial can be purchased Miss Alice Duck and brother, Berk- the dates formerly used by Danville. were hero on Tues- road to asserting when ho has sinned Carter, of Lincoln, at Chattanooga foa $3.40 round trip. Ask your ticket agent for ticket via that "he has not" making "God a ley, of Lexington, are visiting Mrs. N. Tho attention of Elbert Harper waB day on the same business. They bought the Q. it C Howie South or write to liar," who ulways calls sin, sin; and W. Duck Mis9 Georgia Upplngton, attracted to a peculiar ringing noise several ut 30 to WO jor head. never gives It a softer name. of Lexington, is with Miss Nora Hays. up a hollow on Uncle George Powell's JAMES HOY, Agt. Junction City, or That very superior shoemaker, T. J. This juggling with conscience Is Miss Clara Goode, of Lexington, is the place. Following the direction from In K. V. W. C. HLVEARSOX, G. P A Cincinnati Hatcher, has taken tloor room found to produce Its bitter fruit either guest of Miss Nancy Reynolds. Miss whence It came, he foundjerched upHarris' harness store, where I am loca- In "falling from grace;" or, worse a Ruth Smith, of Danville, has been vis- on the carcass of a horse tho celebrated. This move makes a grand com- "seared bination. You can lit yourself with believe a conscience" "given over to iting Miss Bessie Pulllam. TMrs. A. A. ted "belled buzzard." He." Warren, of your elty, spent the first of W. R. Williams informs us that he Bhocs and clothing and your horse with Mr. B. teaches that the radical error the week with Mrs. M. N. DePauw. buis writing much more fire, wind and harness at low figures. The news of tho modern "holiness movement" Miss Bettie Wells has returned from lightning insurance since tho last few reau also oiwrates constantly and a full lies in the brazen assertion that men Lebanon Junction, bringing her sister, storms wo have had than. 'ever before. line of tattling loafers are on hand, and women almost erprystandpotnt, we havo decided toadopt the who "come to the altar" Mrs. Jack Turner, with her. Mr. John They are beginning ,to "catch on" to Having considered tlio question from from early morn till close of day. and claim it, have a faith that draws Helm and Miss Lou la Moore, Mr. E. L. Tuesday and Wednesday were conthe fact, too, that they get safe and reout all tho Kwer of tho Lord Jesus, Grubbs and Miss Marguerite Hocken-smlt- h liable insuranco at about cost in his sumed by the examining trial of S. D. which Is most assuredly sutlieicnt to returned Sunday from a trip to and Jack Turner, for killing Marlon keep ono jwrfeelly free from all sin. Mammoth Cave and the Nashville ExIn the cae has Dr. Carl Wheeler having graduated Sebastian. Interest "Tho blood of Jesus Christ cleanseth position. subsided to a groat extent, as a tnueh at the recent term just closed of the Ileglnnlng July 1, lS'.tT, believing th.it It will bo more satisfactory to both buyer and seller. froumll sin" is not tho heritage of the Mrs. Molllc Denny, superintendent Louisville Modlcal College with high smaller crowd wa In attendance than "holiness iHiople," but the common Wayne county, deserves commendation honors, has arrived at home and is No bad debts will accumulate, consequently wo can sell (foods cheaper. It will tako much when the case was called last week. roM!rty of all sinners, "ull ulong the though she did not win the banner of- ready for business. He will otllco with less capital, our expenses will bo less and there Is every reason why the cash system will Squlro J. A. llaker presided and held line." prove satisfactory. We only ask you to try It awhile and If you find It Is not to your adfered to the superintendent. cwhose Dr. Alcorn for the present. He feels vantage, wo will not kick on your buying from merchants who sell on credit. Wo aro satithorn In bonds of $1,500 each, toapoar Ho does not dispute, for a before the circuit court In August. either tho ability or willingnessmoment. teachers jxild the most railroad faro to and will practlco the importance in his sfied wo can sell you goods from 10 to 2 per cent, cheaper than tho credit men and thl of Je- Bowling Green, for she arrived there profession of havlngjpatlents to live. should certainly lw an Inducement to you. Very truly. James Tudor, charged with shooting sus to deliver, perfectly, from sin; but after a long stage ride, a longBorn, to the wife of Bob Tucker on and making his escape, waived exami- ho finds it "written again" that "ac- er stop-ovat the Junction with 14 la Wednesday, u son. No hapnation and hU bond was fixed at $1,000. cording your to faith be It done unto dles and one gentleman accompanying pier family In the West End now than and tho parTho bonds wcru all given you," is an axiomatic truth In religion; her, while the Fayctto superintendent, Bob's. Thanks to Dr. Barker. We ties are now at liberty. No further and he denies that any being on earth, M. A. Cassidy, leader, brought 19 learn, since writing the above, that Dr. trouble Is expected, as tho friends of save only Jesus Christ, tho God man-- had teachers. Had ull 10 of the Wayno Bertie CurjMjnter has five obstetrical ii iL.epim.vl nredlsDOsed to be satistho faith In God" that kept Him county delegation enrolled as teachers, engagements ahead and is now arrangjh lied with a full prosecution of the case, jwrfectly from sin. Hence, because they would have carried olT.tthe ban- ing u program by which the dates will and tho defendants can not alTord to "He knew no sin," but was "made sin ner. Among Mrs. Denny's party weto not conflict a point worth knowing. provoke another difficulty. The Comforus" we can "bo made tho righteous- Misses Neva Cook, Fannie Berry and ( About 12:30 Tuesday our quiet vil monwealth Introduced testimony Indiness of God in Him;" which is the Mary Crawford, of Montlcello, former lage was startled by two shots in quick a conspiracy on the jart of the cating OX birthright of every poor sinner. But scribe-Amothe teach- succession and a moment later our Turners. It was proved that they wore to be "righteous," In God's sight, is pupils of your ers who left hero Monday with MUs town marshal, James Devers, was seen together the night bofore, came to one thing, and righteous in man's Kate Blaln were Prof. W. C. Grin-stea- coming out tho front door of his resiJack Turner town together and that sight, another. We are "justified" while Misses Lizzie Guthrie, Emma dence with a smoking revolver In his waited near Powell's store door, while "Mgodly"' I; e. righteous in God's and Fannie Knox, of Boyle, Misses hand. His first remark as he walked D. Turner went In the storo where S. sight. And wo are sanctified in God's Mayfield and Mc Hardy, of, Pulaski, quietly down the street was, "I havo Sebastian was; that he used harsh lan- sight, being yet sinners. God counts Miss Weatherford, of Casey and Miss done It myself and no ono else is to guage In connection with Sebastian's us "justified" (1. e. treats us us If wo Ella Butncr, Rockcastle, and your blame for it." Just completing this went out name while In tho store, and had never sinned) when wo "believe on scribe. sentence, ho stagged, but recovered toon after Sebastian did, tho fight then the WILLIAM SHELTON, lord Jesus Christ: or tako Christ himself and fell full length backward near the door; that rough occurring as our righteousness." Hubble, The Next Session upon the sidewalk unconscious. Sevlanguago was used by both parlies; that And God counts us as "sauctltled" TurSebastian was pushed back, when Dr. Herring rexrts Mrs. Jos. Rogers eral parties rushed to him and found a when wo tako Jesus us our "sanetitlcableeding wound mado by a 33 calibre ner advanced and the tiring began. The tion." For He i9 of God made unto us, some better. notion revolver, thre For full iniormation about Courses of Study, Terms, &c, send for our New Catasaying, that no two verified the The thermometer stood 03 here in S. & W. double wisdom, righteousness, sanetitlcation inches above and one inch to tho right logue Address, MRS. NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal, Stanford, Ky. xoc adltllculty alike. Hut few nun can and redemption, as we take Illm, in in the shade Saturday. of tho shots undertook to state who fired first; John John F. Wesley, of Casoy, was in of the left nipple. One turn, for each. struck his badge and may bo the cause THE HERD Tatum swore that Turner did and T. J. Throughout, wo aro sinners saved this community tills week on business. of saving his life. Tho ball was exHatcher sworo that Sebastian did. sinhors. Mr. R. Ed Minor and his father have conDuroc Jersey SED BOSS, teaches that tho Bible j Thoroughbred tracted by Drs. Barker and Alcorn Turner sworo that he went Into Pow- Is written for sinners throughout. No tracted to build another j$1S,000 ware- from just beneath the skin and below ell's to get cigars and didn't knot that house in Cincinnati. My breeders were selected from the best IhtiU of Sebastian was In there; that after he other characters are mentioned. If I The supper here for the benefit of the left shoulder blade. Devers stated of this fuiuuus hrml of swine In several Statts A am not a "sinner" I can't claim an adthat ho "regretted having done as poor came out Sebastian referred to him In spU'iulUl lot of l,i o( illllirent oes lor sale. Ured Ho Is for sinners alono. If I the Christian church will be given a job as he did, as lie aimed to mako it sows a specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed. abusive language, thut ho responded, vocate. 2Tc next Tuesday evening. Admission solicited. Addiess and not have tosutTer.' His wound his pistol and fir- am not a "sinner" I can not utter the for all you can eat of an when Sebastian drew sup- short R. H. BRONAUGH. prayer thut Jesus taught his disciples, per. although In a very dangerous locality, times beforo ho fired. The ed thi-enh Orchard, Ky. In one of its principal clauses. If 1 am W. S. Tumey bought a family maic Kissing through the left lung, is not defense introduced witnesses to prove "sinner" I can't enjoy tho "wit- of Taylor House for itio. Hunter House, necessarily fatal. Tho present condithreats and various quarrels months not aof tho spirit, with my spirit thutl of Hedgevillo, has sold his stock feeling had ness ago, which showed that bad of tion of his system, I am told, is very GEORGE parties for a time. am a child of God." That only comes goods to Dwight Root, who has taken much against his chances of recovery. existed between the arguments were mado by in place when Sntau 1ms tempted me to K)ssesslon and will run a good business He Is young, strong and without any Kxhaustlvo surplus fiesh now weighs 220 lbs. FamCapl. Win. Herndon, R. H. Tomllnson commit sin, and then whispers in my there. & I am not a "child of God," or ily troubles, he claims, were tho eauso and G. B. Swinobroad for tho defense, ear that 1897, MONDAY, If I am not a A Springfield gentlemun who is fond of his rash uct.jt At- I wouldn't have sinned. and J. Mqrt Roth well and County Ky. I Box FUOM ANOTHEK COmtESl'ONDENT. torney Johnson for the Commonwealth. "sinner" cun't clulmju "comforter;" of playing practical jokes upon his wife, Between tho hours of 12 M. and 4 v. m., at Has had 12 years's practice before all tho for manifestly, it is a condition of sin no matter who is present, gave a little At a business meeting held at the tho door In Stanford, Lincoln Depa tments lu Washington City. 9 It Is estimated that 124,000 babies that needs comfort. And so on through party tho other night, asking his wife homo of John Olain Monday, the fol- county, Kv.. I will expose to tho highest bidborn In Texas so fai' this the Bible. All tho old sacrificial ordi- to prepare a light supper. In due time lowing officers of the C. E. Society der fur cash in hand, to pay tho county. have been school taxes for tho years ltUl, year. If all the colic they havo suffer- nances showing a complete Christ as a tho guests were ushered to tho dining were chosen for tho next six months: Statoand 1MII, tho following described prop- CRITTENDEN l6D- - lutKI, In one remedy for sin whether willful or ac- room, to find on the tableslmply a doz- President, Miss Lenu Yowcll; Vice erty, or w) much thereof an may bo necessaed could bo gathered together costs said taxes with pay to ry MAUION, CRITTENDEN CO.. KV. imln. 10 car loads of soothing syrup cidental; ignorant or conscious aro en kerosene lamps brightly burning. Presldont, Jerry Adams; Secretary, andtoInterest.pay tho on each list for adverCost sutilclont to relievo it. based on tho fact of over present sin in Tho joker is not so fond of "light re- Miss Victoria Bishop; Treasurer, A. B. tisement and levy, $i, must bo paid. would not bo Estimating that each baby has been everyone of tho Lord's people. freshments" as he was. C. Dinwiddle; Corresponding Secre- O. Hraune fcr 1S02. 101 acres. KIiirs-vlllA Delightful Summer Resort. is tho only perfect-nes- s III; 000 acres, Itohlnson Land. walked 20 miles, It appears that tho tary, MIssBettlo Powell. The society "Your typewriter girl seems to be will havo a picnic July 14th; recognized in tho Bible. Perfect 527 acres. Kreoman Laud, school combined dlstanco walked has been 2,- further SM 35 Closo to Kullroad; Douhlu Dally Mull; jplen- parent had been in God's sight in virtue of surrender vory ambitious." taxes for lsOl-- 2 480.000 miles. If ono notice will bo given. A very happy uiu .nusic; Taoie "She is; she has one great and pow- time was spent refreshments were E. J. Hlchards. 40 acres near John Tycompelled to do tho wulking for this in of "spirit soul and body;" (Thess V, 23) For Terms, write to 1 S5 served and greatly enjoyed. The wind lers fantile crop of 199" It would have oeen to Hi service, guldauce and instruc- erful ambition," THUKMAK & COOK. I'lious., - Murlon, Ky 40 acres, no longer blows through tho whiskers Jacob Ottenhelaier, 'What is it?" necessary for him to average 20 miles tion. Imperfect in man's sight, in walk 140, cut them 1,200 acrort, John Turnbull, "She wants to got off earlier every of Dr.isBrown. Ho has has shaved off. a day for 339 years, eight months and and conversation, in virtue of humau in This the first timo he l'eter Chandler, (100 acres, Iiatln A Chicago Record. 40 years whon he was a boy. 23 days and tho distance would have weakness, assaulted by world, tlesh and afternoon." Collier, 04 acres, Wash Harris, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther, of Chicago, circumference of devil; but "growing," still, "in grace,1' equaled 10 times tho Same for 1803: "30 acres Hraune, is a pro- 111., who has won a wide reputation as The Tennessee Centennial and winning steady victories, varied nounced financial success. During tho a speaker in behalf of tho cause of CuMRS. U. D. SIMPSON, l'ror.. 05 acres Murphy, 40 acres Hlchards, tho earth. Galveston Nows. 40 acres, Arthur Uros., 35 acres, now tho richest with fewer defeats as wo "go on to two months it has been open 507,703 ba, will, under tho auspices of the John D. Rockfoller, : Lord." Only whon wo "see people have passed through the gates. Young People's Society of Christian Ottouhelm. Same for 1894: 452 man In tho world, says: "Tho poorest know the Endeavor, of Hustonville, deliver his acres, 450 acres, 87 acres, 00 acres, He is; shall wo be perfectly man I know of Is tho man who has Him as celebrated lecture. "Cuba, Her StrugTotal tax... 75 70 33 acres, Ottenhelm. Newly furnished; clean beds; splendgd jockey at This Is "old time religion Carey Brenonberg, a nothlng'but money, nothing else In tho like Him." gles and Trlumps," at the PresbyteriPortera table. Everything J.N. MENEFEE. Ind., bit his tongue Ij two an church. July 13th. Admission 25o. ambi- and its good enough for mo," says Bro. 8U world upon which' to devote his trains. uijot Lincoln Co., Ky 32 Barnes. Tho unconscious hypocricy of whon his horse fell with him. Children 15c. and thought." court-house, y uf-t- er Corn, Shipstuff, Hay, Feed of Every Sort Car-Loa- THE LOWEST MARKET PRICE. d to-da- y a thee-cessl- vc Mes-dum- es J. H. BAUGHMAN StfVV fBMBMIF 6t CO. qugcd & vwwsnT. Shelby few-day- s battle-groun- d A Word To You. com-van- THE CASH SYSTEM, A HARDEN. SIDING, 20-miI- o er METAL ROOFING. FLOORING. A.CSm&i 1 STANFORD, CEILING, I ng d, Farm and Yard Fence. STANFORD 0? 71 K5f. FINISH. THE f FEMHLE COLLEGG President. "STvill BsginSsptember tli, 1897. 33 al 8LUS-QRA- l Corres-(Kjudenc- c all-rou- Sheriff's Sale for Taxes. JULY ia, H. M'KINNEY. Pension Claim Agent, 44, Stanford, Court-Ho- uo SPRINGS 11 Phi-ltppiu- o, 12-- 15 ls!)2-3-- 4, Mason Hotel rirat-cla&- t K Lancaster, Kentucky. j. i n An-derso- u, Ex-She- tion i,V B ii in'm .,. .;-- ? v '' v.aN'L: j.. -J ...,s.. . , ij"- "fir-3" v1fc.'T.v',ri-"'i-?- e 1 .r iil o.i ' ii ly in', mi j nn i in i r n r Tin m i immrif mir iiiiiV"nfiirntWKirirtrwiiiiiiiiiii MUcnMinw inr.m i nni iiiiii mamaim , i.ii.unijcS J LA' i i r1 nff t ci'tk f New wheat is bringing Hoc In Lebathat Lt. Gov. Worthlngton j POLITICS non and 2,000 bushels have been sold at convicts out of the penitenTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL is turning again on society is worthy Dr. Jnmcs hns qualified as U. S. mar- that price. tiary to prey James Henry Williams, tho noted of the severest censuro nnd gravest shal. Tho boltocrats nominated a full State steeplechase rider, died at Lexington 17 men, July 9. 1897 alarm. In 18 days he pardoned murder ticket in Iowa. this week, aged 41. Stanford. Ky.. five life prisoners serving for U. S. Marshal James has appointed Marion Mills, tho guldeless pacer, 12 serving terms of from live to 21 and AVe have arranged to make a special plunge in Cut Prie Negro deputies for Kentucky. track at Medford, went the Ho also in two years for manslaughter. ces this week and can only be appreciated by those who W. P. WALTON. Senator Pettlgrew predicts dire dis- Mass., In 2:0,')!. these IS days pardoned 17 others for wish to take advantage of a "good thing" when they see it. adopW. II. and Thomas Tray lor have sold selling liquor to min- aster for Japan on account of her to Fred it Landy their crop of 200 acres tion of tho gold standard. TICKET. DEMOCRATIC ers, malicious cutting and a half dozen Republicans of the 2i)th judicial dis- of wheat at Goc. other kinds of offenses, besides re CFk, S. J. SHACKELFORD Fo have renominated Judge W. V. Myers Bros, broke the record while storing 140 convicts to citizenship, that trict " Circuit Judge, M C.SAVFLEY. Jones for circuit judge. threshing Dr. J. B. Owsley's crop tho " Cometh Attorney, J. S. OWSLEY, Jr. is giving them another chance to vote It is said that Hon. J. Ilogo Tyler, other day, turning out 478 bushels in the republican ticket. Was there ever M. F. NORTH. " Repretentutive, the Virginia free silver democratic tlvo hour. peosuch a reckless disregard for the " County Judge, - J. 5. LYNX Men's Sack Suits in I31ack and Blue Cheviots; Star Pointer defeated John R. Gencandidate for governor, will carry the B. COOPER. ple's rlcrhts ? These men had, after ' Cbmity Cfa. sixes IU to 12. overwhelmingly. and Frank Agun in straight heats convention try " Countif Attorney, HARVEY HELM. great expense, and niter they had used pace at Hartford, Why not send Dr. Ilunter to Den- in the every method of the law's delay, to " Circuit Clerk, J. F. HOLDAM. mark? It couldn't mako much differ- Conn. Best time 2:01!. M. OWENS stave off their trials, been convicted of - SAML. " Sherif, Men's all wool Sack Suits in Medium, Dark and ayn There's something Pantagraph The Richmond great- ence, you know. GEO. U'. DEUORD. crimes deserving in many cases " Jailer, Cynthiana Dem- there were 400 cattle on the market LiyhL Shade, sizes .'H to 42. er punishment than they were adjudg- rotten there already. - C. ft. BAKER. " Azsewir, Monday, bringing from 2c to 4o. One reason and no ocrat. i Coroner, - - H'J". LANDGRAF. ed to receive. Without The Senate by a vote of 57 to 0 tabled thousand sheep sold at fioin lie to 2jc. other excuse than a mistaken idea that Supt. School, GARLAND 3INGLET0N SwojHS it Carter bought at Richmond tho Allen amendment, which proved he is a humanitarian, who must do a bounty on beet sugar. Tho republi- court three horses for tho Southern something to maintain his reputation, Without going into the merits or the man whom the people didn't elect can caucus decided to oppose tho market at 12, 17 and Mo. Five years ago they could not have boon bought at demerits of the question, the statement to exercise the pardoning power, sets amendment. Mens' Clay Diagonal Suits in round or square Times that the silver nsidc verdicts at will and brings the A yawping little free sllverlte dish- - an average of S100. by the Louisville cuts, frocks or sack suits, all wool, line trim and Register of tho Land Office Reynolds party is in the minority in Kentucky, law into further contempt. No wonder clout of a mings. alleged organ" is the way tho hns just granted to Stephen G. Reed a is purely gratuitous and made under that crime Is growing and Increasing personal en- and no wonder that tho people seeing Conrler-Journaffectionately refers imtent for 120,000 acres of Breathitt the misleading effects of county land, one of the hu gest patents vironment. Louisville may be joined that the safest plan is to deal out jus- to a contemporary. Boys' Heeler Suits in all sizes, black and scotch Hon. W. S. Groesbeck, for many ever granted In this State. to her idol of the single gold standard, tice thomsolvcs, are becoming more mixture. W. P. Knight, of Jessamine, has sold but the rank and Hie of the country are determined to put law breakers where years Congressman and a man of much more pronouncedly for free silver than they will cease from troubling and ability, died at Cincinnati aged S2. He to Simon Welhl, two cars of l,t00-tt- i. d last year, many for no other reason where no old Individual defended President Johnson when tho cattle at 5c. Moses Kahn shipped 25 car loads of tine exiort cattle over the than that they think any change from who Imagines he Is can effort was made to impcuch him. f0e Hoys' wash suits, with sailor collar and result in im- defv law and iustice. The people are Judge Burnam says his trouble with L. it N. from Paris to New York. The existing conditions must te whistle, hats for boys. 25c provement. The prosperity that the becoming aroused over the continued Deatherage grew out of a difference of cattle averaged 1,450 and were an exhats for men. Tlmns nromiscd would follow the de abuse of the pardoning power and are opinion as to a fee and thut it was a ceedingly fine lot. They cost 4c. feat of Bryan, having signally failed so censuring Gov. Bradley for permitting misunderstanding all around, both gen- Paris News. Only about 20 farmers were at Lexfar to materialize, the people are more such a man to assert a perogativo of tlemen regretting the occurrence. on a change in which he has no apparent appreciation Nashvlllo ington to attend the conference of than ever determined The populist conference at has adopted an address calling for inde- wheat growers, nnd another meeting the financial system, and while the or regard for its sanctity. 7A.c per yard for a big line of Organdies, Iackonets, Dimelection of an appellate clerk will not pendent action and providing for a new was called for next Monday. The paaccomplish that result, they Intend to Sold at first of season, is our cut price of Atlanta, has National committee which will steer tient grangers rarely over do anything ities, kCC. Col. John Smith, seize the opportunity to express conceived and Is trying to carry out a clear of any further fusion with the sil- to Improve there condition by boating on 33'ishop lawns worth .'J0e at first of season, loc for dress tho trusts. emphatically on the question. If scheme to build a home or resort for ver ite party. goods that sold as high as !Jfe. The very value in laCovington, Arnold Ac Bro., have Seven U. S. Senators aro foreign the Times thinks that Shackelford will all the Smiths In the country. He is dies vests at oc, JOc and loc each. be defeated, even with the gold demo- wealthy himself and will donate 10 born: Knuto NoUon. of Minnesota: bought 10,01)0 ounds of wool at 15c. crats and republicans fusing, and has acres on Peachtree road near Atlanta, Gallager, of New Hampshire; Jones, of They have bought 15,000 bushels of any spare filthy lucre to back its judg- and the vast home is to be erected on Nevada: McMillan, of Michigan; Man wheat to be delivered about the 10th ment with, we are authorized to covet-an- $1 subscriptions by every Smith that tle, of Montana; Pascoe, of Florida; and Instant at (Wo. The wheat crop is enorChildren's tan shoes, sizes 12 to 2, f)0c. Ladies' laeeshoes mous, and the price on tho decline. amount that It may name. It Is will do so. Should all the Smiths sub- Sewell, of New Jersey. necessary to add, put up or shut scribe, the colonel will have enough gleefully says: Richmond Register. sizes 2 2 to G, 1.50. Misses' Oxfords, in tan and oxblood hardly The Louisville Times y Reports from the leading tobacco 50c. Ladies' tan and black Oxfords, 50c. $1 buys a line for tho first time In many years up. The Times will do neither, money to coer the State of Georgia It hasn't money to burn by put- with a building, but while there may the Blackburns are all out of office. raising centres of Kentucky show that style oxford, tan or black, worth double the money. 1.50 ting it against the democratic nominee, be more Smiths fools on tho same prin- Not many years ago tho certificate of in none of them does tho average equal for a fine oxblood oxford, latest style toe, worth double the and all hades can not make it shut up ciple that white sheep eat more than Joe Blackburn's election to Congress that of last year. In some counties the way. Like the con black sheep, because there aro more of was signed by Luke Blackburn, gov- iwrcentage Is as low as or money we ask. 1 buys a ladies' dongola button shoe, patIt is not built that our line of Gents' Shoes. tentlous wife, it always has the last them, there aro hardly fools sulllcicnt ernor, nnd attested by James Black- oven lower. The seasons were late. ent tip, worth 1.50. Look Rcort8 as to the condition of the crops Kemember our presents. Always call to see us. whether it amounts to anything among the name to put up enough for burn, secretary of State. word, murders in Lou- are varying. In some counties the outThree or not, and In this case It will not, un- this Utopian scheme. isville in 'M hours ! is the record. Since look is good, in others bad; in others less it sayf- that word for Mr. ShackelThe Netrro, George Dinning, who all the toll gale raiding and other de medium. Only n small part of the old ford. Do ye mind. Brer Logan? If n wet and change exercised the and law pro- vilment in this section Is laid at the crop is left In the hands of the farmers. so come In out of the A. UHBANSKY A CO., PaorHirTOM. dirty clothing. defend his humble castle door of the free sllverites, wo suppose vided right to your damp and T. D. KANEY. Maxaobr. Reports from the Minnesota cyclone from cowardly midnight raiders by It would be correct to lay the numerous district show that 14 or more people dead, after he It is said that when the petition re- shooting one of them was given seven murders in Louisville to the gold bugs have been killed. who predominate there. Robbery and KEKP YOl'K wrongs of Faulkner Jordan, had been shot himself, citing the The Elks will meet next time in New who was given five years for the kill- years at Franklin, after a trial held In murder are twin brothers. Carlisle Orleans, that city defeating Louisville fortified with bayonets, Mercury. ing of Morgan Young in Mercer, was a court-hous-e over two to one. ho wept to protect him from lynching. The As a sheep'before her shearers, Senread by Gov. Worthlngton, like a child and could hardly grant the verdict is a parody on justice and ought ator Deboe opened not his mouth In The be6t is cheapest. That's why pardon too quickly. Let's see how to be set aside without delay. Had a Boss Hanna's presence when the vote our paints, lead and oil are chenjest. near the surface the old' man's lachry- white man killed a white capper under was taken on the whisky tax reduction Penny's Drug Store. matory is. These are the circumstances such circumstances he would not only amendment to the Robber tariff bill, of the killing, as we have them from have been acquitted, but given a chro-m- say6 tho Louisville Times. Instead of filling a vacancy In tho Senate the one who was present atTthe trial and Will buy a handsome three piece lied Itoom Stilt, lied, Drevr nnd Wmh Stand. you can prepare to junior member from Kentucky serves if you have tears THE Senate passed the tariff abor' only to make that void the more keenThis suit will be laid down at station in Kentucky upon receipt of nbove amount, shed them now: Jordan, after several Wednesday .18 to 28, one ly felt. cowardly attempts to kill Young, at tion flukjtltW tl fltU lltWJItl f.l wlt tut ittfllKliltltll ll McEnery, of Louisiana, vo- of tlio IU'niedy (! after liojrs nits j:iht last shot hlra when he was not expect ' democrat, .. Htmi iik.iii I Two silver lil.lllllllt .til nlillll republicans. .itiiiu kI..I iiiiii iiittnu : mil Illill .,, ticconl-ln- g rin Ing It and he wandered off and bled to tln w'ta tne VICINITY NEWS. Dr. Hulls' Hog lU'iiicdy In tltnu untl voted for it, Jones and death. This was 10 years ago. Jor- republicans one to direction. Tor inh liv Branch Store at llustonville, II. K. Camnitz, Manager. silver republican, CanMautle, and Ed Neff was kicked to death by a TAN.NEK IIKOS., McKlmicy, Ky. dan skipped the country and going non, of , Utah, against it. The bill now irulein Casey. West, married a lady in Illinois. They goes to conference and as it bears little The residence of Mr. Thomas Rynler-so- n then went, we believe, to Montana and resemblance to the one passed by the In Casey county, was struck by badthe report Is that he treated her back to her House, it may be two or three weeks llghtnleg and destroyed. ly. Finally she started before a final vote is taken. Perry Weddle gets the Fanbush Tlioro will 1x3 a mooting of tlio stockholdhome and was taken so 111 In a railway )Kstoffice: L. P. Farmer' that at Hall ers of tho C'umltirlitiil Valley l.imcl Co. at she died shortly afterstation that The Lexington Herald publishes an tliflrotllcc In Stanford, Ky., on Wednesday, wards. Just before her death she told open letter to Gov. Worthlngton peti- and J. F. Sloan the Woodcock office, Jri.Y UIst, I Mi", for tho imrjioMi of electing in Pulaski. Nine Director. At II r. i. on the amu day who she was and her husband's name, tioning the pardon of George Dinning, all "Bud" Williams was shot and the now lxmnl will meet and orptnlro. uridine that he was wanted In Ken who was given seven years for defendJ. H. IIOCKKU. Slckctahy. wounded by Joe Veal. Frank tucky for murder. On this assertion, ing his own home at the expense of a and the officers arrested Jordan, and after white capper's life, and giving muny Kelly, a bystander, was also hit, communicating with the authorities good reasons therefor. A pardon un- will be laid up several weeks by his inIn this State, he was brought back. At der the circumstances would be the juries. Advocate. A dispatch states that John Parks, his trial at Harrodsburg, a case of proper thing nnd the acting governor Of Lincoln and Qarrard. simple, was made out would do no violence to law and justice of the Paint Lick section, had his enmurder, pure and tire crop of wheat swept away in the against him, but the jury, in view of by issuing It. Owing to tin; wet weather hint j ear mot shock during a rain and wind storm. the long time since lt was committed, wheat In tho country was damagWni, Sullivan,, who assaulted and all of the do our customers Iustice, we had ed, und to II. A. SOMMEKS, of the Elizabeth-tow- n let him off with five years. Does such ourcus- them In order to grind News, Is spoken of Jor State treas- nearly killed Sarah Lawson in Whitley, torn, andIt for for others who to hold custom- a state of case call for tears and par,..., , were ... . .. also i don ? And yet Jordan's case is as mer- urer and if the party wants to reward wmveu uxaiuuiuMuii uuu m Ku t,rs ofotiur mrt w,ich would not iiecoin- any of the scores that the faithful service, It ought to elect him. jail without bail. Miss Lawson, who modulo their old customers, and us they itorious as ,, will ' SX senile individual passed favorably up- His duties in the last campaign were is a relative, was too 111 to be present. post- - uccommoduto thou last year. Our Hour N. G. Todd has been apolntcd on. No wonder the State is put to the unpleasant and onerous but he performIJY tl.Sjear will glvu tho host of satisfaction expense of soldiers at nearly every ed them to the best of his ability and master at Brasslield, V, Madison county, and o will guarantee It to nil, as wo have home, Gov. often under discouraging clrcum and A. S. Nelson at Bondville, Mercer ,, ,.,.,.. our .nliH. Thanks for t.it trial of imiortance. Come county. A podtoillce will be establish- favors, Wo uro Verv HesiMtetfulIv Yours, Bradley, and give law abiding people a stances. l'ltEI) .t LANDy. .'t ed at Atoka, Boyle county, and J. B, chance. Gov. BltADLEV has undergone a com- Seay will bo a postmaster. P. S. The governor has returned plete metamorphosis by the removal of Olllcers arrested "William Prewitt and Worthlngton has retired to the which let us the llrery hirsute adornment from his and Charles ColTey, aged 27 and 12 shades of Greenup, from physiognomy and Is now able to travel years respectively, on u charge of high- hope he will never emerge. in cog. He says the change was made ,vay robbery at Richmond. They held Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, y a mile from town Mako healthy iork. Your stomach. If not THE basis of representation In the a day or two ago and was not the rea- - up a 17 Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. vour conscience, demands that you feed Dr. boltocratfc convention at Louisville son that tho new spaper correspondents and at the point of a pistol made him lluus' Hog Komody as a preventive of disdismount from his horse, which they ease and lKirk producer. For sulo by Room Opposite Court -- House Square, Stanford, Ky next week will be orfe for every 200 failed to locate him, however. TANNEK HKOS., McKlnney. Ky. seized and tried afterwards to soil. votes cast for Cleveland in 1802, instead Senator Uaiikis, of Tennessee, afof making the entire vote for the Palpull at olllcc of various ter a mer and Buckner ticket In lS'Jrt the kinds, is about to die, but he will go FHRM AND TRADE, basis. In the one case there would be hence with the proud satisfaction that C. B. Reld's Balk Line won again at 877 and in the other not very many he never quit till ho was forced to. Tho ticket only polled a little There was in his vocabulary no such Oakley Tuesday. more. J. II. Buughman it Co. are paying 58 over 5,000 votes in Kentucky, with word as resign. cents for new wheat. Buckner's prestlgo and popularity. The nominee of next weok's convention People aro dying by tho scoio in James Carter sold to J. C. Johnson, Let drugs alone unless you really need thom nnd then only Pure Drugs such as are "Wanted. wont poll tho half of that number. Cincinnati from heat. But come to of Boyle, a lot of hogs at -- Sc. sold hy particular and painstaking druggists. James Messer sold Woods & Lynn a Partlei having Inventions ther with to pro- think of it, a man ought to die who laM aVtntllfl nnitlia lliata natsnia thttlh sll ww iiiuuiu iiuvui jtm u( 1'Bkvufca contaiain IN a letter to the Iowa convention, would stay in that city. Death is far small bunch of butcher stutT at -- 5c. agency, inventor's Manual, a bootauiuuu to tho Bourbon county has a great wheat coat of patent, mode of procedure, etc., and Mr. Cleveland refers preferable to a decent man. other Information, tent for Sc. alamo. crop and the price has opened at 00c. National democrats as the bright lights lorwDicniarKcaumi uuriui oi patents wanted,with the Manual. free, money are offered, sent There aro those, President McKlnley has sent to Conof true democracy. P. P. Bishop sold In Cincinnati Wed- - ofWe find nurchuera far natenta nrocured Wo can't afford" to carry a grain of any thing that isn't tho best. Iiemember theso gress a message recommending the nesday a car load of butcher cattle at 3 through our agency. Branch offices in all thi facts when the time comes for you to patronage a druggist. Patent medicines of however, who contend that the principal cities and In all foreign countries. ...... doesn't know what democra- creutton of a commission to roport known merit. Best perfumorie3. Toilet Soaps, the pine and safe sort, Oombe, J.' P." Cash has sold a good deal of THE tho touch of plan of currency reform and asks that cy is and is so far from Brushes and Baby Bottles. . . .. . . ' 7 common people that ho has no idea of he be authorized to name nine commis- corn in small iois at .w to a.. k:.uu at PLUM T.. OINOINNATI, O sioners. the crib. their condition or their needs. Mra I The way - Novelty Sale. LOUISVILLE STORE'S half-mil- house-breakin- Av-lal- e $4.50 ?0. free-for-a- ll ' $6.50 $8.00 NOVELTY money-on-the-sti- al $1.50 solt-headc- 50, 15 & 25c. For up-to-date soft-heart- loc I'p-to-da- SALE. them-belv- es ltc loc bet y Shoes and Oxfords- 1-- se To-da- ono-thl-- d, at cold-bloode- d - THE LOUISVILLE STORE. God-give- Eye On The Bulletin. $11.00 o. Months of Neglect lit-l- ! W. W. WITHERS. STANFORD. NOTICE I SPECTACLES I CRAIG&, HOCKER. Kjai seri-serlous- ly 36-- td TO SUIT EVERY EYE, TO THE PUBLIC! KN HCCURKTE FIT CUHRHNTE6D. S as-'- "S UnDGRCAKIHG C. M'CLARY, Only Healthy Hogs Praotioal Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. year-old-bo- oO-ye- ur HSR m PATENTS LET Patents BUGS ALOIE I I We Keep Only The Best. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. ,.j. At I a 01-10- PS!. JSS"' - 8 mHmn thi i '.ily. - s.ik& ),? .fe.. j J r - T"" "r'r" Ty. ' ' "' M"l'i')'wffftWWIIll"'l1l THE1HTKR10R JOURNAL Skk those (Irons f,'ooJs we offer nt2.'e. FUEE. Chance nt an iSo music box, Severance & Son. with every purchase of 2oc worth of jewelry from our elegant line, or ?1 Oiiki.isic Hour Ih the boat in Ken-worth of other goods. Tanner Bros., Stanford, Ky., July 9, 1897 lucky. J. C. Florence. Mc Kinney. THY our "Gold Camel" Tea, lino with Will Move. Mrs. Kate Dndderar Warrent Shanks. 12. C. Walton, IJuhiniss Manaukh. ice. will move her millinery stock from the in the Commercial building I GUARANTEE Obelisk Hour. Come store-rooto her residence on Lancaster Street nnd ceo. J. C. Florence. PERSONALS. in a few days. THY our "Gold Medal" Flour, tho 100 barrels of corn for sale. Dr. best. Warren GOODE. Mrs. Ellen, wife of Dan C. it Shanks. 1 I - ... m Akch Jones and "Babe" Hansford, both colored, engaged in a fisticuff in Macksvillc Tuesday and the latter renewed it when they meton Main Street nfterwards, but were separated before much damage was done to either. At their trial Wednesday Hansford was fined ?.". 3 Clothing. My stock Is yet full of Good Things wi and Choice Sprlntf Patterns. i 9: ' Goode, died at Rowland Tuesday and was burled at her old home in Washfrom Monticello. ington county. She died of consump(( years old. MllS. ALICE Nkwlanu, of Crab OrICE cold ice cream soda water, pure tion and waa . chard, was here Tuesday. fruit syrups at John H. Meir's. The Lincoln County Medical Society Mil. J. J. McltOliKitTS was in Richmond the llrntof the week. Violet Talcum Powder and Violet will meet at McKInney Tuesday next. Dr. I. S. Wesley, of Mlddleburg, will ANM)i:i:v UuchanaN, of Crab Water for toilet. W. H. Meltoberts. Mil read the opening paper. An interestIh with friends here. Orchard. This is the day for tho U. H. F. pic- ing program has been arranged, the Miss Myktli: Hughes lias been nic and tho colored brother will be on secretary, Dr. W. B. O'Bannon, tells quite nick for the last two weeks. hand by tho hundreds. us. d Mlt.s. It. IS. Maiiony joined hor at C'nib Orchard yesterday. We are in the cash business to stay. TCKNPlKlis. The Louisville Post of Miih. W, J. Yagkk, of Louisville, Try It and you will like it as well as wc Tuesday contained a picture of Hon. and win nro with Mrs. V. M. llrlght. do. Farrls & Hardin. R. C. Warren, and a notice that he M. Samuel Hill, of Warren conn-twould address the people of Lincoln it) here on a visit to his old friends. At last accounts yesterday Marshal county next Monday on "Free TurnDevers, who attempted suicide at Mil.. I. C. Klmokk, of Jellico, spent pikes and the Present Situation." He was still alive. several daya with his old friends here. will begin at 1 o'clock nnd those who Mil V. O. Owsley, of Lancaster, HIGHEST supply of school tablets want to become thoroughly informed was here on olllclal business Tuesday. from one cent up over brought to Stan- on the question should be on hand. Mil JJ. P. Hitciiii:, of Louisville, ford, nt Craig fc Hooker's. Had Wkeck. Owing to a slide in has been on a visit to the Misses Meno-fepasYOUH July account will be ready Boone's tunnel, the South-boun- d Mil V. O. McKinnbv, of Mont- next Monday, court day. Pleabo call senger train on the K. C. Mondny night was ordered to be run via tho Richgomery, Ala., is here with his legion of and settle. II. K. Wearen i& Son. mond Branch and Rowlnnd to Livingfriends. School. Miss Huth Elllnon will ston. It started down about midnight Miss Hutu Kllikon went to Somerher private school Monday, Au- and a short distance this side of Maj. set yesterday to spend a month with gust :t0. Terms $2 ior month. Your HnrrN" fiat was ditched from engine to relatives. sleeper. A very heavy rain had fallen Miss Lillik Mautin and brother, patronage solicited. and washed the track out. The engine IUchard, are visiting friends in SomerJOHN DUGan, who murdered John set this week. C. Colson at Mlddlcsboro, has been In- ami tender were turned over and Engl caught in such a posiMils. C. C. I'akkish, of Clifton dicted at Piueville, but tho ea-will neer John Clark tion that the change of a foot cither Forge, Va., is visiting the family of likely not bo tried this court. way would have resulted In his being . Col. T. I Hill. Icy Fkost is thu name of a Whitley mashed to pulp. He was rescued after Miss Lauka Jahiioe returned to her home at Lebanon Wednesday to re- county man. If his name is descrip- much dllllculty badly scalded. Fireman tive we should enjoy having him in Frank Button was burled In three feet main until fall. our midst this shcollc weather. of coal and water, but managed to Mkh. J. C. Kino went to Somerset breathe until extrlcnted. It is thought Tuesday to see her sister, Mrs. J. S. I NEED money to pay my debts and I that he will die. Strange to say none IiiggitiH, who Is 111. must insist that you call at once nnd of the passengers was hurt. The en Miss Sallii: Ouddeuak, of Stan- KOttleyour account. Tills means you If gine, No. 4Xi, is a complete wreck and ford, Is the guest of Mls Hull) Wur- you owe me. Mrs. Kate Duddenir. is the samo which killed the husband man. Corbin News. of tho woman, whom Clark married a' C. D. Thompson, uf the Cabhieii THE Stanford colored nine got deFirst National Hank of Harrodsburg, feated In both of their games with tho few years ago. wiu hero yesterday. D.invlllc base ball club. Thu score in THE LAW ON TURNPIKE ELECMil W. K. Smith, of Clifton Forge, one game was 12 to 4 and tho other 5 TIONS. Va., h hero again to bee one of Stan" to 4. good deal is being nid about the ford's handsomest young ladles. 1A Theke is a fair crop of peaches In invalidity of the turnpike election In Miss Mauy Hudson, who has been visiting the Misseu lleuzlcy, returned tho Kingsville region and many yood tkis county and In order thnt our readones have been brought to this market. ers may see the excellent grounds for to her home nt Danville Wednesday. TilK Lebanon Falcon speaks of Miss The retail price is 10c a doen or 40e a decmingitso,weappendndecisionof tr court of apcals, in tho case of an elec. Pearl Humslde as one of the pretty crate of 75 or 60. tion held on an order mnde three days dancers at the lam meeting of the Hop The first roasting ears of the seaton after tho filing of the petition. In this Club. were on the market yesterday. They H:v. G. H. TUKNEK and , bride ar- were brought in by Miss Mattio Trlb-bl- county, the petition was filed Aug. (ith and tho election ordered at tho regular rived yesterday. They will have rooms who tells us that she has been en term four days afterwards. It is obviwith Mrs. Logan Caldwell. Danville joying them since July 1. ous, therefore, that unless the court Advocate. The Weir Brothers, of Grand Hap-id- reverses itself, It Is bound to hold our Mkh. W. H. Dillion, who has been Mich., artistic sign painters, have election invalid, but the matter could the guest of her mother, Mrs. Hcttic Iiroaddus, returned to her home at Liv- changed the looks of Walton's Opera not be gotten beforo that court for adHouse by decorating It with an Injunc- judication earlier than next year and ingston Wednesday. then It may take its own time to do to. o tion to "Chew Gum." Mils. H. II. Danks was unable to atTho people can bo their own court of tend hor sister, Mrs. J. M. Hruce's, THE ladles of the Hubble Christian appeals in the matter by voting again contest at church will servo super at Brlghl's on tho proK)dltlon to free the pikes nnd owing to illness. school-hous- e Cait. Li:n 1 'aksons, who mashed for tho benefitTuesday evening, July l.'l, If It carries, as it will beyond all of the church. Come then all doubts of validity will his left hand badly whilu coupling card out and get a good supper for iTc. be removed, no question can be raited at Pittsburg somu weeks ago, spent a few days with his mother at Howlaud. T. M. White writes us from Corbin against the bonds to be sold and no suit Miss Essie lluitcii will bo Sum that his wife was not his partner, as to enjoin the fiscal court from acting ford's represenlatlvo at the Elizabeth-tow- n h toted. He says his liabilities are on- under tho election can be sustained. and all hor ly WOO, with over 8700 assets. "Too The lawyer, with whom we have talkcontest friends hoeHho will come home with much McKlnley prosorlty caused tho ed, nre practically agreed that the elec" tion will bo held Invalid, Col. W. G. the prize. failure," he adds. Welch, who believes the court erred in Miss Stklla Stephenson, P. M., Notice. W. J. Homans & Co., Lar. the decision given blow, refusing to and Miss Uirtliu Klllion, of Maywood, and Mrs. Nannie IIoumjii, of Louisville, caster, are closing out their largo stock take a fee to fight tho petition for anhave been visiting Mr. Dave Harnett of buggies, surrles, phaetons and road other election, believing that the elecwagons. You can save from $5 to $i tion should bo held nnd nil doubts reat Lebanon Junction. Mil H. S. Mautin, of Hrodhead, by buying anything you want In tho moved. On the nth of March, lSUfi, the court sends us word that there will be no vehicle line from them. of of appeals in the case of the of water or anything elso of ft Haoan. James Hagan, of Fulton District, appellants, and T. N. nature, at the fair at who was on a visit to his moththat place, even If the former was not er, Mrs. Lofollette, at Rowland, died Smith & Co., appellees, held us follows: This was an injunction against trusvery plentiful at the picnic Saturday. there Wednesday of consumption, nged teed to prevent tho collection of a tax Misfi Jennie Wi:st left 'last week 2(1. His body was. shipped to Richmond for graded school at Fulton. Ten taxfor Chicago, whuro she will take a yesterday morning for burial. payers etc., filed a petition for a grad course of Instruction in the Chicago Patent. E. E. Protheroo, general ed school district on May 0, 1S!4, with Normal University. In Soptember she managor of tho Brodhead Roller Mill tho county clerk. On May i, 1SU4, it will return to Georgia, where she will being a regular term of tho Fulton take charge of a largo school. Har- Co., has been granted letters imtent ou county court, the judge made an order tho Roller Mill Feed Bolt, which ho rerodsburg Sayings. cently invented and which promises to directing the bheritT to hold an election Mil P. Finley Hays, of Wylie, prove a good thing both practically and to voto for a tax, which was duly adTexas, arrived Wednesday to visit his vertised and held, a majority, voting brother, Mr. J. C. Hays. It has been financially. .. for tho tax. but tho injunction )s sus21 years since Mr. Hays left here, and The weather continues very hot, tho tained because the word "receives," ho tlnds mauy changes, but he himself mercury going up in the 90s nnd stay- in section 100 of the school law is adhas changed but little. lie carries his ing there most all day and night. A judged to have a "technically le72 years very gracefully. nice shower Inst afternoon cooled the gal MEANING," which is, thnt a counWe are in receipt of a hudget of Salt heated atmosphcro a little. A good ty judge can not receive a petition exLake, Utah, papers, dated July l, sent rain fell Tuesday and since then you cept by making an order on his order by Mr. A. W. Carpenter, who had got- can see the corn grow. book saying that a petition hns been ten that far on his way to San Francis-- ( "KECElVED" and than that he The Central Kentucky Medical As- can not make this further "KECEiviNa" co. The Christian Endeavorers were order magnificently entertained in tho city of sociation will hold its next session, Dr. such n petition, except on a day which Steele Bailey, secretary, Informs us, nt the lato Brigham Young. is the HEGULAH teilm of tho county IN a letter to tho Lebanon Falcon Harrodsburg on the Ifth. Dr. W. D. court; and after this order, "RECEIVfrom Denver, Capt. Frank HarrlB Powell will open tho discission on ING" said petition, hns been duly enwrites that Josh Jones, from Stanford, "Abortion" and numerous other sub tered, the judge must wait until the concluded tho Pullman was u shade too jects will bo before tho meeting. next regular terra of his court before . rich for his blood, and ho has been Up. Mrs. Rice, who ho can legally mako an order directing Locked sounding his ear, as tho boys say, on preached a sermon on tho streets hero tho sheritT to hold an election. the scat cushions in the smoker. Josh some two weeks ago, and who it will bo Tho verbrage of the law with referis pretty tough and rugged, but if ho remembored was particularly severe on ence to turnpike elections is the sume sticks to tho smoker until ho gets back President McKinley, Mark Hannn, as hte school law, so that it will bo seen to Stanford, ho'll not forget that ho has trusts, combines, &c, was with her hus- that tho court of appeals is bound to been to "Callforny." band locked up at Loxington Monday. decide the election hero invalid or itself. Tbo wholo matter can ho Tho chargo against her was disorderly HOME NEWS, conduct in preaching on tho street af- remedied without loss of time by havter being warned not to do so, and that ing unothor election ou tho question in Take that watch to Danks. against her husband was vagrancy. Tho November. Thero should bo no polibuy a Gasoline stove. trouble grew out of a collision with tho tics in remedying such a stato of affairs Get In line and Everybody buying thorn. Hlgglna & salvation army people, who did not liko and patriotic men will do what is best in the premises. their methods. McKInney. HiiL'h Held. Miss Lillian Philips had returned THE soda water at Penny's Is pure, cold and refreshing. Try it. Iiuk-ban- m tells us that he preached the of James IJogan, who died at During the nu.xt 00 days. Prices will lw Greatly Heduced. I will sell you his mother's at Rowland, Wednesday night. It was his first night funeral and taking into consideration the hot A man's All Wool nult for $1.50. Come and see them whether vu want to buy or not. weather, Mr. Sharrard thinks it Is a first-rat- e time to preach them. . Without Bail. At the examining trlnl of Dan Curry for killing John W. iMmtemwwmmm-MtimJims'mCorley nt Corbin, n severe case of pre meditated and willful murder was made i out and Curry was sent to jail without & ? ball. It appears that there were absolutely no grounds for his insane jeal- ft KS Keep cool at homo by buylug a pretty Hammock ousy of Corley or of any one else. The K K4 Night Funehal. Eld. J. T. Shar-rar- d THEY MWST BE SOLI A m CHILD'S SUIT FOR 50WGTS. H. J. McROBERTS. Zj&. HAMMOCKS I y, Hus-tonvlll- e, m e. re-ojh- plea of insanity will probably save his neck, as a streak is said to run in his family. The defense, which was conducted by John V. Yerkes, Esq., presented no testimony, but he made a strong speech for the discharge of his client. Circuit court will not convene till the .'id Monday In August. A story illustrating tho foolish jealousy of his wife's reputation is told of Curry. A friend in town in playing with Curry's little boy, asked him who was his father. The child made no resj)onse nnd the man playfully said: "Poor little fellow; he hasn't got nny fdthcr." On hearing of it, Curry nrmed himself and would have killed tho man for this reflection on his wife had he not quickly explained that ho was joking. I I ." For One Dollar Or a finer one with fringe, bright colors and largo enough for two. Come to i I SS rrn 'Ayi .lvcJi."'"0 m Cultivators, Wagons, Buggies, CHRRIKGES, HHRNESS, &C. Best and Lnrgcst Line of Implements in town. See us beforo buying. Ma W. B. MoROBERTS. DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. -- 3 A SEE OUR- - o MATRIMONIAL. A newly wedded couple will accompany Lieut. Peary to the Arctic regions. Thomas Hawthorn, of Anderson, Ind., drank carbolic acid when he saw his sweetheart driving with another fellow. Frank Thompson, uged 07, and four times a widower, was man-leat Alex, andrla, Va., to Miss Lutie Williams, m PRICES LOWER THAN EVER Known Before. Satisfaction Guaranteed. B. K. WEAREN A SON. ! just 10. John S. Smith, aged 21, and Miss Izora Wade, 18, both of the McKinney section, were married at New Salem church Wednesday. The knowing ones say that a Stanford man will wed a Lebanon beauty, who frequently visits here, before many moons wax and wane. Mrs. Stuart Ford, daughter of Sam Small, says in her petition for divorce nt Richmond, Va., that she married Ford under the Impression that he was wealthy, but found him to be a loafer and a gambler. She ought to be mnde to stick to her bargain though. ONLY 50 CENTS For a Pair of those - LADES Odds !? e, OXFORDS SI s, RELIGIOUS. Union services will be held at the Presbyterian church Sunday night. Lee Riker, of Harrodsburg, was successfully operated on for nppcndicltib Including the 1,:&",140 Negro Baptists there are 2,S3.",1;1 Baptists in the South; tho increase last year was 174,-1)9- and Ends of our Large Stock. Sires 1 to 5. Orlgnal price Wo make this very Low Price. fo S2. Kls-M- New Wash Goods I Jut opened. Very Lato Stj-Ie- ; to-nig- ht Kliza-bethtow- n, very Low Prices. 1. perad-ventur- e, m to-nig- trus-tec- s Hleh-mon- d, n to from A. sharp. SunA few fresh Jersey day School ut i):la A. M. Bro. J. T. Eggs, for 13. Sharrard says he will begin nt the time specified if only two others are present. Short sermons, short songs and short prayers will be the rule during 1 The total number of Methodists throughout the world is reported nt 5 CfiSce our bargain counter of KemniinN of Drcs Goods and Wash Goods. 31 The entire ministry and membership of the Methodl'at Episcopal Church South is l,4ti2,42U. m About 20,000 Christian Endeavoreis have gone to San Francisco at an aver-ng- o expense of $100 each. Why was not this great sum given to the poor? It would have been vastly better. Thero will bo communion services at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning. Preparatory services Friday Headed toy U. S. JjIOflEL, rjO. 38,353. night and Saturday night. Preaching Son of Klever'a Model, No. 20,710, tho greatest breeding hog living, and HUNDLEY'3 12.G01, boii Champion, Claude, No. 11,007. by Rev. A. G. Buckner, of Cynthinna. CLAUDE, No.boars, ready of tho World's Columbian gilts old enough to breed, and bred Fine, sows for service. A few show toppv voung The hour for holding services at the a siJefaIty, for sale, This s.tock Is strictly flritcla,s In every respect, with pedigree. Christian church has been chnnged seo mv hogs.Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Write your wantt, or como and 10:30 10:45 m. NEW CALICOES! St SEVERANCE SON. fligti Locust Herd Reg. Polanfl Cfunas. to Cows for sale. They aro good ones. Also Mammoth Pekln Duck A. E. HUNDLEY, Ilo.x 105, Danville, Ky. Superior Disc Drill. Higgins & McKinney m the hot weather. W. D. Rash sends this from Lexington: Please make notice in your next issue of the death of Mrs. M. A. Rash, wife of Rev. A. D. Rash. She died Sunday and was buried at Winchester Monday. July .Ith. She had been a groat sufferer from rheumatism for 10 years past. Her husband was tho pastor of tho Baptist church in your city and county for soveral years. The Harrodsburg Sayhigs says that the sanctillcation meeting of Revs. L. M. Lasley and Taylor closed very abruptly and tho preachers have gone to no one seems to know where. They havo no doubt shaken the dust of this town from off their feet, for the "crnzo" failed to work hero. So far as wo are informed, they had no "jlners" and those who attended the meetings at the court houso and opera house were few, and their going was in most cases the result of curiosity. Hamburg won tho Great Trial Stakes worth 820,000, at Sheepshead Bay. The minors claim that 83 per cent, of the miners of the Pittsburg district aro now striking. United States marshals arc protecting mines of the Wheeling and Lake Erie Company and also the railroad of that name, us violence is feared. In soma instances strikers forced tho meu to quit by violence. Shelby City, Ky., June, 1897. Gentlemen I used one of your superior Disc Grain Drills Inst season and can say that I much prefer it to any Drill I ever used, cither for stubble or stnlk U. G. Di:nwy. ground. Yours truly, Stanford, Ky., May 1, '07. Higgins & McKinney Gentlemen I used one of Messrs. your Superior Disc Grain Drills last year in stalk land with a heavy coat of crab grass nnd now say that I could not have put in my wheat without the Superior Disc. The drag or plow drill would not havo done tho work. All ,niy neighbors who used tho Superior Disc Drill have the best prospects Ar a good crop of wheat. I ean.teN now fields that were sown with the Stipe. rior Disc and those that were bowed with other drills and would like for you to drive out and m;o what a difference in tho wheat fields now in favor of tlie Superior Dir-e- , and believe everybody who has used them will agree with me and I cheerfully recommend the Superior Disc Drill to everybody wanting a good W. T. Bkck. drill. N. C. RUPLEY, re-ver- so THE MER6HART TAILOR Is Receiving his- - m SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. '' JuHH'MIllfrl "' ";i "" . ..illfN vl MWWUll1"' PtiVW mtmumtmmtmmmm , , . r . iTfTiniif iirr Minn-- i "' .i "I III pin mi lll'l'l III, l" ' Ml II """ m' 'a' ,'nrftkJfm-LLki&Mi- i V i't it i If t If THE WAY TO KISS A GIRL. The mercury was 110 In tho shade at St. Joe, Mo., Wednesday. was courtln' THE INTERIORJOURNAL Four members of a boatltiff party Fourteen people celebrated them- "IMonths before Arabellakiss. I got a , selves Into tho morgue In Chicago on When I'd ask fer one sho'd always wore drowned at Little Rock. Blush an' say: 'Taln't propciCliriis.1 John Henry Barker, a wife murder- the 4th of July. This Is running pa3Tri.Aa.-s-rP'U.Tsliala.odr'u.ooa.o.s-o'o.tt.d- . But nnn nleht or. wi was tmrtin' er, wad electrocuted at Sing Sing. triotism Into tho ground. Somethln' seemed to w hi per this: Gus Hyatt, arrested at Kansas City Lake Michigan swallowed up eight C PKIiYffiAK 1T ADVANCE persons at different points Monday. robbery, has confessed his Askln' fer a kiss is Useless; for train Grip her tightan' steal one, Chris.' n theat guilt of tho Green murder at Dokoven, charged. U. G. Ilaydeu, the MM- - When not so paid S52.SO will So I gripped her an' I kissed her Kw. the train robbery. June 22. near rical man, is dead in New York City. Kissed Iter cheeks an' lips an' hair; Mrs. Mary Jackson, aged 101, tiled Clarksville, Tenn., and two other train An' I hell her to mybuzzum, An' I squeezed her waist fer falrl from the excessive heat in Louisville. robberies. Ttie Third Regimeut, K. S. G. and Did she squeal? Nit IQuleker'nllghtnlu' Lightning struck a church near She was ktssln' back like fun! Greenup, this State, completely wreck- Company G., Sixth U. S. Infantry, l OSRD. went Into camp under command of Col. She'd have kept It up till midnight ing it. If 1 hadn't quit an' run. There were eight deaths and six T. J. Smith at Fountain Ferry, LouisSay, that night I learned a lesson. prostrations from heat in Cincinnati ville, Monday. The Second regiment KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. lesion lt Is this: An' will occupy the camp July 12 and the Askln' that a kiss Is useless. Monday. p. in fer Train i leave Stanford at 7:10 a. tu. and The Bar Association of Georgia has First Regiment July 24. Grip yer girl an, take yor kiss." returning at !' m. anui:w p. indorsed lynching and declared It to be Midway Cllpycr. KNOXYILLE DIVISION. NOT THE ASSOCIATION'S FAULT. a necessity. 12 87 p m -- ... No. 2i Train going orth COMMrs. Adam Riddle, of Estill county, 3 13 a m " " We desire to say to all who attended EXCURSION TO OLD POINT No. 2(5 " 12 01 ptu " bouth FORT. No. 25 " cut his throat with a case knife. De- the picnic at Brodhead on July 3d that 27 p m " " ... No. 23 " spondency. For all Points. tho Rockcastle County Fair Ass'n had On Thursday, July 22nd, the ChesaChicago's worst record for Juno i9 nothing whatever to do with the event. peake fc Ohio railroad will run Its anTHKO'JOH TICKETS SOLD. 300 divorces and UAGOAUE CHECKED THROUGH. that of this year with Parties who rented the grounds to con- nual excursion to Old Point Comfort, 50 suicides. For any Information enquire of duct tho picnic, and which was free Va., leaving Lexington at 11:25 a. m., The two aeronauts thrown from their for all, had not the least thought that and reaching Old Point at noon next HICE, Agent, JOE S. .Stanford, Ky. balloon at Eureka, Cal., havo died of the water would fall, therefore this un- day. Only 811 will bo charged for tho their Injuries. avoidable occurrence should not be round trip and tickets will be good to QUEEN & CRESCENT. A New York judge fined a man sum charged to the association or any on return until August 8th. Stopovers Trains pass Junction City as follows: monsed as a juror for appearing in a else. We express our sincere regret will be allowed 4 02 p m No. 2 North 11 57 a m at any station on return No. HSouth " 1121pm " No. 3 " ?iSw bicycle costume. that any one should suffer for water. trip, so that our patrons may break tho " 0 130pm 1125am " No 5 " 6 00 a m Edward Morgan and wife were killed We had an abundant supply of water at homeward trip by stopping " 10 " 8 20 p ut No; g at any of run our 5 and 6 do not run Sundays, 9 and 10 at Mlllcreek, O., by their horse fair last year and we did all In our the beautiful mountain resorts along than Junction City, netlhcr go no further South ning over a precipice do.tkey run Sundays. power in every way for the comfort of the line. Sleeping car rates will be By a boiler explosion near Ilnrts- - tho public. This we Intend doing again 83.50 per double berth which will acaWcThCINMATI RY. FRANKFORT vllle, Tenn., nine people were killed and pledge ourselves to have plenty of commodate two persons. No other VIA GEORGETOWN. and live badly Injured. Ice water on tho grounds during each summer trip offers such n diversion and P. r.H. A. M. Lvc. Somerset, Arl2 55 Policemen Hammond and Davis, of day of the fair. So let no one hesitate variety of pleasure as a trip to Old 2,00 235 8 20 " 11 31 " Jet. City. 3 15 G30 Midway, killed Ed Humphrey, a Ne to attend for fear they will not be treat9 35 4 50 Arr Georgetown, Lt Point over the Chesapeake fc Ohio Ry. 605 3 00 gro, who resisted arrest. " 30 ' Kranktort, 1155 7 20 ed fairly. This is a permanent insti- with Its mountains, valleys, rivers and Arr" Paris' 5 30 A dispatch says a severe hall and tution and our policy is for Its future ocean. Special rates of 82.50 per day 8 40 6 10 Dally except faunday, rain storm damaged the crops of Letch maintenance. We are .making every at the Chamberlain and Hygela Hotels. GD.DEnCAW.G. V A. er county 810,000 worth. effort to constantly Improve our fair For full information or sleeping car Miss Marv Baldwin, principal of the which ought to result In a general Im- reservation call on or write to George Baldwin Seminary and a noted educa- provement to the county adjacent. To W. Barney, dls. pass, agent, Lexlng tor, is dead at Staunton, Va. of ton. this end we invito the Cynthiana has been chosen for the the best clti7.ens. Respectfully. Free Pills November meeting of the National ROCKCASTLK COUNTY FAIH ASS'N. Semi your al.!re tu It. K. Hurkleu A Co , Fox Hunters' Association. and get a frw sample Uix of Dr. king's New Four people are dead and threo badA trial their merUle Middleburg, Casey Co. its. 1111s. pills arewill cuntlnce you ofan- partlm easy In action ami The ly hurt, the result of a street car going latly etlrOlvelu the cure of cuustliatlon and Mck Heailjche trouMrs they through a bridge at Bay City, Mich. A fine rain fell here, which was bad- hare !eeii prorel Malaria anil I.lver arvguaniiitml lnralualile. Tbey Tho Chattanooga Tradesman says ly needed too. free from erery deleterious iuttam to not weaken to W purely that in the la9t three months 547 new John V. Coffey shipped a car load of amitheir action, testable They Jo to stomache but by Rln tone by ImUorate the iTttem. towels industries have started in the South. sheep and lambs to Cincinnati Tues ami air 'iJcgreatlybox. iolJ by W.ll Mcltobcrt,r per ono of the fore- day. Judge C. L. Randle, Druggists m most lawyers of Western Kentucky, Jason Wesley got a school on Trace The True Remedy. died suddenly at his home in Hickman. Fork. He will travel to and from It on W. M Iteplce editor TIskllwa, III., "nilef." Twelve people died from heat in Cin- his wheel. sayr "We won't keep house without Dr. Klnif's cinnati, flvo at Fort Wayne, Ind., two C. Coulter has just finished har- New Dlscorery forConsmupllon, Coughs and Colds, J. Kxrluieutfwlth many at Pittsburg and nine at Chicago Mon- vesting a fine crop of oats, tho finest in true remedv until we uvd others, but neierBot the Dr. Klin's New DIxiiy. Absolutely try. No other remedy can take Its plice In our day. this section. home, at In It we hae a wrtaln and ure cure lor Cough. It Is The stockholders of tho Bank of LouCelebrated for Its great learenlng strength and Mllford Delk caught two passing Coughs, Colds, Whoop ng remedies, tc" If they ldl are even to exiierlment with hesUthfulnes. Assures the food against alum and have voted to reduce tho stock swaimsof bees, and set them up for urged on you as Jmtother as Dr King's ew as all fgrnis of adulteration so common In the cheap isville bjcauwlhls ren breads. Ditcoterr. Tueyare notasgu!, of that institution from $0o0,000 to business at his house. Royal Diking Powokx Co., New York'. edy has a record of cures and Iwsldes Is guarante"'! 8390,000. satisfy. Trial Iwtlles free at T. J. Folev cut a bee tree on the It nerer falls to Drugstore. U. McltoberU' Nine persons were killed and live knob, just East of town, from which he tJthera badly Injured by the explosion got 75 pounds of fine honey. BucklbCi lnn'ca Sahr. I can now supply the people with Fresh of a threshing mill boiler near Harts-vlllTho Baptists are preparing for a proThe oest salfe In the world for cuts,, hruUes exerl- Candy of many varieties nnd superior Tenn. tracted meeting. Bro. T. H. Coleman aores, ulcers. Mlt rheum, frrer wres, tetter, chap, lency every day. I am making it myself ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions. The undertow caught Stanley me a call. will probably assist the pastor, Rev. It iMiltlTtlr cures titles or no lar required. It Is Andgunrantco satisfaction. Give STEPHENSON, Stanford. give jxrfect satisfaction or money J. A. son of a Louisville merchant, W. E. Foster. ?uaraalced to M cents ier box. For sale by w. IJ. N. J., and while bathing at Longport, The trustees of Turkey Knob havo McltoberU, Druggist. ho was drowned. employed Prof. J. H. Allen to teach EARN MONEY. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Ten of the largest breweries a- - Pitts- the bchool up there. They aro to be All Tablets llruiuo Take The NIOKELL MAGAZINE burg consolidated under the name of congratulated In securing his services. Druggists refund the moneyQuinine to Cure, l'or if It falls V II. Mclbiberta, Cralp A Hotker aud (. wants good reliable agents to can tho Pennsylvania Brewing Company. Miss Sarah Bastln, daughter of John hale by Druggists, Stauford, Ky. I.. I'eunv, vs for subscriptions. A very The capital stock la 810,000,000. Bastln, of the Knob Lick section, died good rate of cash commission will Sunday School Teacher "I read In Martin Thorn, in jail In New i orK, of" consumption. She was about 19 tie given, or bicycle premiums if All material and sam confessess to having butchered Gulden- - years of age and was said to be a most tho papers of some naughty boys who jirelcrred pie copies furnished free. Apply suppe, whose body was found in sec lovablo young lady. cut otr a cat's tall. Can any of you tell at once. tions in different parts of the city. S. McWhorter says that a cer- me why It's wrong to do such a thing?" Jordan boy becamo entangled tain young newspaper corresjwndent of Willy "Cause the Bible saya.'What A The Nickell Magazine, In the ropes of a bal loon at San Francis this placo uses common Epsom salts for God hath joined together let no matt 180 Summer Street, IJoBton, Mass co and was carried skyward, He drop fish. bait. Tho peculiar effects of tho put asunder.'" ped from an altitude of 1,000 feet to hlB salts causes the fish to come out on land death. .NY, when they are.easlly dispatched with a Lincoln Col Bbiids. News Briefly Told The Winter Of Your Discontent- is PIANOS AND ORGANS. Dccki'r'Hros'. I'laiioi. Haines llns'. I'ianoi, nilltigtou rirwi'H. 1). II. llaldwlti riniMM, I'lscliur rianos, Ac. Rstey Organi, Hamilton Orgntm and other Makes. Pee my flood and tint .My Trices Before you W. T. WlllfK. Crnb Orclmnl. 10 liuy. a rt. To Knjoy tho Summer go to 1 well-know- CRAB ORCHARD AihlrexH fur TerniN Ac., FIRE INSURPNGE. Tj SPRVCS. FHENIX Insurance Company. OFJBROOKLVK. - GTJS. 32 H0FKAN2T, Proprietor, C'nih Orchard, Kv. Oriag Bros.' Pure Bred Poultry. Hoylot'o. ami IHno-Oni- - Poultry Yard. 1 thltlr l-- A woril to tlio fnriiuT.. If jtoii unite money In Mi'l time on mitlktetlii with the tlm4 n intlt of more tlisn .V) jwcvnl. TlirriiKviiiriil no mix In nWI such that there run I ol our fcrtlln when shliiJ. lireeil. Wo RusrsnlM) all II. II. lied I'll !iiim. Imp. setting ol 13 KF, M.M t!ioruiiililiril, Tliejr mature mrllrr with Caledonian : Insurance Co.. of Scotland. IfOUNDBD 1HOO. w line Surlier lVlelnill WlilldCmtiHl Hlack IVlUh Importe.! lllack Mlnurra. rit. " IM('i, SUutI-ac- f.'.ou " " Van.lotte, 81 .M ' " rrr.iri)Miouth IUxk, All brewls iiw aiiciTe v puuu. CIIAIO IIHOS., rros., Junction City, Ky. A WOUI) " ' " ' V.M " R.B.MAHONY,Agt, 0 STANKOltP, KY. A. O. Labium. JOII.I. CAltLKMASl. TO ROYAL) INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. Notc-N- os. PROPERTY OWNERS. . Are Destroyed by Fire or Lightning liivoHini tln ilollnW. Why Mioulil joti from jtvir to jrar ) Kvorv M-n- Aro vou liHuri'U ? If not. why not J of (Iwolllni; mill Imrm pxxl a Thou-tnnd- o jour G W of millions tif to icnpo 'ih-oI BdRBEE & caSTLEHdB. M.N.tlKIlS, Tour Property Hay Bum I Commerce .Building, Louisvilla. Agents Throughout the houth. Within pOYAl war. within a month, within SI ItOUP. " IIV HIHIUH. Will ..jp'..t Mniuvvvi tiutliitloii of v'nr of "hoiicit toll to lo- - liy a Mnclo Hrv, "which can ili!trtiy It In mi hour r folldtlnp a .hart" of ,our tmtrtHiiK-- ' ii W. A. Stanford, - TRXBBXiS. Agent, Itvpvctfully. - Ical i Stanford. Ky Clil-ca.r- JZ3SS I). WXA&Xtf, General Agent, Kentucky. 17t - H. D. PHILLIPS, akP POWDER Pur. Gun and .Look Smith. 8TANK0HU, KY. All kinds of repilrlng .lone at ronsMe rates Sstlsfattloo gusraaeol Upholstering J. B. HIGGINS, DEALEU IN ltnru-la- slalty. Farm Wagons. Pleasure Vehicles, J. T. BUTTON, Agricultural Implements, Undertaker, Huitonville. anJ A gl Offer 4 CANDY KITCHEN. . his rrlc Cey counties, liaod. o. t."-- " h:m Kentucky .U "Q'"' to the Kull stixk of . High-Qrd- fl Fertiliim and ItepriMMMitcd. Goal. Goods Warranted a Office on Main Street, opposite Eltnoro'a tunford, Kentucky. Stor, e, n Bark-hous- e, NOEL SON, dehlIers IN COHL. & Order Offlc J. L. TOTTEN. iAi.rjMAN. THOUOUOllllUEI) and Kerd Lxchanife. htrrel, Crowing, Corn mil Hny, the near 1 Ilia-Sin- DUROC HOGS A I ! pn-llfl- Stanford: Street, Utely J. II. Coal Yard, Mill NOTICE artist 1 I)t - - KentuoUy. IUlln.a.1 Satisfaction uuarantewl. -- m ld Crab Orchitrtl now ha the tlnest tonsorlal In this ctuntry In lhowrM)inf Samuki. I havuoieiHd a nbop at thn forka of the. HijiKKMOitE. who handle- - the oclsMirs nnn rator in oxttert tvli. Call on him when -.vou Hustoiivlllo and Mllledguvlllo pikes, nenr Mr. K. Kohl's and am prepared to do all want a cleuu shave or ttvll!i haircut. kinds of c most of nil brvsids, grvat-i-attain the weight, fatten easily at any age. ltoars rvndv for ervlv. Ullu d.Mfrt.iilrriuly liriMl. l'lgs of either sex, not akin QuiMtlona and promptly nnswert'd. J. U. k S. J. X&OmTS. SU&ford. ,T1ip. NOTICE ! DR. W. B. FUN iSs. UUIZ&aJO : i i IlcutlHt. Stanford, t Ky. Office on Lancaster street at Ilesldcnce A. S. FRJCF. Surgeon Dentist, w & Stanford, Kv. V 2 Office, over McltoberU' Drug Store In the Owsley Ilulldlng. MSMOIMMiMOMM O I THE POPULAR IM IZIMl.-l.llh-. i i I I mm f fn) flr.igsasgSitt (n) MM MOMMOfMOlM k k MmM MOMoM - I G fvl 0 N MM AM 0IM0TH Of W MMOMs) MIMSMOM MycJM 'Vi V tMSMIM M MO M SMAljaioKI LXV1 IMO N riv m N M MOM' UM mm 0N10IN1M0IM0 mm 0M(5)MMOINI0M mm FRANK J. HEED,' Chloaro. rA(ri O.F.A.. UxJ M OMVVlMMEl MM ed from the top of the Equitable ing at Denver, Col., and was mangled beyond recognition. He had been in bad health. The saloons, which have been closed In Russellville for 12 years, will be open on October 1 and tho council at Elkton has decided to grant license at 8750 a year. Robert Beverly, a Midway Negro, got drunk and started home. He got tangled up in a wire fence he tried to get over and died from heat while trying to extricate himself. C. F. Riley, who had been In tho employ of the L. & N. for 40 years, first as a brakeman, and the last 18 years as a flagman at the Broadway crossing, Lexington, died there of paralysis, aged 74. The Cuban war began on the 21th day of February, IS'Jj. The struggling patriots have not yet achieved their independence, but It has cost the lives of 00,000 Spanish soldiers and 822r,000,- 000 in gold. An English syndicate has bought all the coal mines in the Jellico district and many along tho Cincinnati Southern, embracing 70 operated mines and 100,000 acres, the first payment on which was 85,000,000. The premiums offered In tho proposals for the sale of 8499,000 of 4 bonds of tho city of Louisville to u i 40 years was larger than expected and leaves the city to pay hut about threo per cent, for its money. The total gross earnings of tho L. & N. for the year ending Juno 30, were $20,:U)l,8.'iO. which is a decrease of 828,- Tho 8(19, compared with la9t year. freight earnings were 814,040,010, an increase of 8321,071 over the previous ' year. pet-cen- J. S. Cathon, of Cleveland, O., jumpBuild- ClUO. JOIin V. VOIiey t, 1 with the drug doubtless led the young man to originate the idea. It is said that Hon. D. G. Colson is turning the cold shoulder to the White bovs In this county. One Is reported to have approached him for his en dorsement to a fat position, when tho .Middlesboro man referred him to John o b. White. Another wanted a Influence of the through tho man, when he was told that his case was rather a doubtful one. J. D. c at Lib Owens, who uot the erty, stuck to the "Yellow Creeker" from the start and has been pretty handsomely rewarded. The very bad news of the death of Mrs. Mattlc Jones, wife of Michael Jones, which occurred at Moody, Tex., June 25th, was telegraphed here, and caused general sorrow among her muny friends and former neighbors, who loved her for her many noble traits of character and kindly disposition. Mrs. Jones left here last August with her husband and children looking the picture of health and It Is strangely sad Indeed to think that she Is so soon numbered with the dead. Deceased was a Miss Holland, a sister of W. G. Holland, of Lexington, and was married some 10 years ago to the man who Is now bowed down with grief, and was the mother of live children four of whom aro living, tho oldest but .eight years and the youngest only six weeks. She waa a member of the Christian church and was regarded as a most exemplary Christian woman. She was a decided favorite among her neighbors and nono ever spdko ill of her. A kind woman, a devoted wife and a loving mother has gone to her reward and tho sympathy of this entire community Is with tho n husband and motherless post-otllcic luioJn:nwin;u Sale Tho undersigned commlttiMi will on MONDAY, JULY la, 1897, door In Ptnn-fori- l. In front of the Court-lloLincoln County Kv.. sell tiubllcTV Ilondt tif SiSO each, payable In 20 jeur. with privilege of paying In live, liearlng six u) anil Mich bi.t.l.. tt .11, .if rv .inuliii.. i.icnL fnr liorsn with tho I'loaso give hi 0 cents, cash. tun vimr nhoelng whichyour p'liroii"!!. 1110 a tuiarw 01 1 V" aro herebv notltled to come forwant at once "" and ettle or they will lie iirocreoeo iiKiims W. L. IIAW.O.N. law. to Judge Lincoln County Court. 20 Al guanllaiiH, Admlnlstratop. who have not made a nettleim'til . .. ... ...v... 1.. tit.iln.1 g Blacksmithing and Woodwork, At the lowest prices and In the 1ct manner. t ......a....... t.fl ..... u.irL. f svltl IhL.I l.. 1.11 '' per cent, interest, payable annually. TIN Issued under section l,Sj" of Ky. Statutes. J. J. W. L. Dawhox. T. Cummins, . J. "T.Jones, WW Farmers Bank&Trust Co. OK STANKOItH, KV. yfil j J 1'axton. Committee. I STANFORD, KY., ISole proprietor of Dean's lllack Maii.ond Itoof . palnllim l'alnt. Kstliuate jurnlshed for Kiianitilrcil All metal and ln)li roofs. Satisfaction roofs painted with Dean's lllack Ulaiiioiid I l'alnt warranted for years. Dealer In lies! Cistern ui.i andlialranUislIroii Kilters. (ialranUtsl and lllack Iron lloonngof all kinds. wo--l- Paid up CaplUl, Surplus , 9200,000 00 17,603 80 post-o!llc- "BIG ItOUTR. 4: '"" The licit Line toand Fruiu TOLEDO AND DETROIT All I'ulnts In Michigan. nsroT, :o EI! I'osla for iilank fence, All persons dcslrlnis post and ralllns or wire fence can find what they want at my store near Cedar Creek, on theI pike also leading from Crab Orchard to .. .... i,,.,,i foiii'lni!. All at,TI' uu tiauu H .,ii...ir.,f' nlink fur "11 for hnlldliii punwsos; also lioanla kinds of lumber article ol and shinnies. All persons deslriiiB any near Uslar this Lludiaii call on me nt my store O. W. MMJI.l-.lO!U Creek. 1..-a . lly prurltlons of Its charter, drKllors are a fully pnilected as are depositors in atlonsl Hanks, Its shareholders brliiK held Individually liable to tho extent ol the amount of their stock therein at inthe par value thereof, In addition to vested in such sbart. It may act as executor, ad. mlnlstiator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an liidMdual. Tendering our thanks to IhoMt who hnre entrust isl their liualuess to us, we trust they will continue to do so, aud we oiler as a guarantee for prompt attention to same our IM years' expcrlcuco In f.auk. lug and as UWral atcommolatlous as are consistent with souud laiit.lii. DIKKCTOH. CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS. Avoiding the Tunnel "White City Sieclal." liestlermlind fetation. J. J. Williams, Ml. Vernon; W. 11. Cummins, Prcachcrsrllle: J. II. Owsley, J. S Owsley, Sr., S. II. Shauks, William (ioocli, a. J. Kmbry, JK. Cash, A. W, Car;utcr; J. i:. Lynn. J. N. Mnit(w. orrtciRS. S. It. Shanks. President; BOSTON. Wagner bleeping1 Cars. HuBet I'arlor Cars, Warner Sleeping Cars, I'rlrat Cuiupartment Cars, Llegaut Cuacbes and Dining Cars He sure your tickets read via "BIO FOUIl " D. . MAKTIN, E O. MiCOUMICK. SHELBY & SHELBY, J. II. Owsley, Cashier; W. M, Irlht, Teller NEW YORK. ....Proprietors LIVERY.FEED& 8ALE STABLE FIRSTNATIONALBANK OK STANFOU1), KV. -- JunotionJCity, Ky." Turnouts, prompt attention, tery s reasonable rates A jortloQ of your p.ilronaie Is 18 respectfully solicited KIrst-Clas- CiplUl Stock 3100,000. Sorplui 515,750. Gen. I'as.. Passenger Traffle Mr CINCINNATI, OHIO. O A Tkt. A jt. XPIRIINOI. YIARr jjOTjjJJH Anrona icivdlnf a sketch and description may Qulcklr ascertain, free, wbetber an Invention la probablr patentable. Communications strictly confidential, Oldest acency for securing patenu In America; Wo bare a'Wasblngton ofnea. Patents taken through Uuna A Co. reclr special notice, lu the, DESIGNS, COPYRIGHTS Aa. TRAD! MARKS grief-stricke- Attention of the public Is called to the fact that this is the only National Hank In Stauford. Under the provisions ol the National Hank Act depositors aie secured not only by tba capital slock, BONDS but by the stockholders' liability for an amount 1UKE7 TO UAH, eiual tu the stock, so that depositors oftbls Instituas Kite sworn, tion are secured by a fund ol$A0,OW. Money to loan on Improved city property or pro. statements of the condition ol the Ilauk are made year to tho United State lioverniucnt and lu county ductlve farms In Stanford and Lincoln Also I w al each are examined at stated times bygoorument II assets 6 per cent., payable bonds for public or eori)ratIon officials! agents, thus securing addition! and perfect salet. furnish Kxecutors, Administrators or Uuardlans at reason- to depositors. This institution originally established as the De. able tales. Am agent for four of the best Hre Inreorganized as surance Companies dolug business In Keutucky and Iioslt lUnk ol Stanford In UM, then 18C5 Hank ofStanloril in and again solicit patronage of prortv holders In Stanford. the National as reorganized tba First National Hank of Stauford in Wl, has had practically an uninterrupted years, lt is better supplied now for tmuiaitlng business promptly and liberally than nver before In Its long and lionorabla career. Accounts of Individuals, fiduciaries), tlrnia and Individuals solicited. 52012, M. il exist-encs-f- tles D0RS6Y GOLDDUST No. llv-In- UVU mm I).P.An K. H. BACON, IxralavlUe. tMjj n AJ ONI y0IM0IMIM0IN10 . (Q)IM1N101N1.: of the law school. n James C. Carter, the New York lawver has contributed 85,- 000 to the Randolph Tucker Memorial Hall, to be erected at Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Va., at a cost of 850,000, for the accommodation well-know- children. A bcwltchlngly handsome woman sheriff has just been elected by Salt Lako county, Utah. That's almost an additional Inducement to horse-stealing. 8GIENTIFI0 AMERICAN, baantlfully Illustrated, larsest circulation of any eclentlflo Journal. WMkly, terms IXH a yeart months. tlMtsos 1UTEXT8Hpectmea copies and Uajib sent trve. Address Boov SSI Broadway, Nsm MUNN CO., Yrk. Mc. Producer of combined ami Eastern hontes inako tho presthat itell for good prices, will to Insuro a ir ent season at Ten Dollaih colt. Also Jack, Itocoe, at $5 to Insure F.ltEID. a living colt. N. IL Dorsey Oolddus has produced a clou of combined horses that attract buy- ers and brine good prices, regardless of pun- DIKXCTOaS. F. Reld, Lincoln Co.; S. T. Harris, " J. S. Hocker, " K. U Tanner, McKlnney. J.1I. Colller.Crab Orch'J; M, D.Elmore, Stanford. T. J. W. Hayden, SUnford 8. Hi ltaughman, " T. P. Hill, " W. A. 'fribble. M. J. Miller, MUVernoa. omcaas. S. Hocker, President; J. J. McRoberts, Cashier A. A. 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