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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897071301 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. SSyuiuniLiilii I itt"i i"""1 -- f-f .Hf3TiA, SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVI. POLITICS O. ! INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. LANCASTER VICINITY NEWS. Dr. J. L. Owens, of Somerset, Is dead. A. S. Nelson nt Bondvlllo, Mercer county, and A. E. Parker, at Nlnervah, Anderson county, got the postollices. Hugh Jones and his live children were burned to death In their home In Leslie county. It is believed incendiaries lired the building. Eugene Kelley, who moved from this county to Texas, and then to Donald, Ark., died there a few days ugo. He left a wife and several children. Calley Dalton, who killed John Cool-e- y lu Pulaski county, was given three years. Cooloy used to live in this county where his father yet resides. Frank James, the noted reformed out law, who is employed as "starter" by Kit Cliliin, the St. Louis horseman, was visiting Col. Jack Chlnn at Harrods burg. A dl&patch from McKinney says that Mrs. Green Kldd, living four miles lu the country, was perhups fatully Injured by u cow that she was milking. Throe of her ribs were broken and torn from the spine. Mrs. Hannah Edmunds snapped a pistol twice, which she drew from her umbrella, in the breast of William Harpe, a Corbln grocer, who had had her husband indicted for keeping a disorderly house. From 10 to 00 per cent of the star mall route business, which costs the government about St,000,000 a year, la held by shrewd contractors who live In or neur the little mountain town of London, tho seat of Iiurel county. Nathan Elliott, of Maytleld, representing Kentucky University, won tho college omtorical contest at the Kentucky Chnutauqua. Ho is a son of Prof. Milton Elliott, formerly of Kirksvllle, but now at the head of a college at Maytleld. Capt. Philip E. Yeiser, of Boyle county, died Saturday, at his home, "Tho Point," three miles from Dau e vllle, of a received on Thursday. Ho know Henry Clay jwrsonally aud was very fond of tolling about their conversations. The coal miners In this district havo refused to go out on a strike on account of there being no reduction in their wages. The managers of tho different coal companies say that their business is rapidly Increasing and they will continue to pay tho same prices. Mldles-bor- o sun-strok- JULY 13. 1897. NO. 31) MATRIMONIAL George G. Waddle and Miss Mary Gover, of Somerset, were married there last week. William Fisher, aged Til, and Miss Susan Jugenhorn, ol, were married at Bloomington, 111. Hugh R. Adams and Miss Lulu Irwin McDowell, of Danville, were married in Louisville. A man named House In St. Louis, Is being sued for divorce becauo he persisted in culling their only child Nix-euRouse. Love seems to laugh at other things besides locksmiths. The secretary of aa A. P. A. lodge In Toledo bus just married a Roman Catholic maiden. Twins were born last week to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wiseman, of Estill county, inuking four sets of twins born to this couple, three of which a'-- now e Tho oliulr vacated by Prof. K. F. jDarnaby In our graded school is to bo Gov. Urndley hcjran liilnon by re uiieu y rroi. v., i rostlo, or Columbus, O., who come highly recommendfusing - uppllcatloii!) for pardon. A Nojjro doctor has been appointed ed. Dr. Harry W. Hack, the optician, pension examiner at Wtrioliuutur. rupublluiinti In Hell will will bo with J. C. Thompson during tho nomlnato an lndoendent ticket for fair. July 1(1 and 17, and ono or two days after. Call and have, spectacles adjustcounty otllce. i L. Town lias assumed charo of ed to your eyes. Jt. Tho realistic scenes presented by the tho I'lnuvllle Condor, which ho, U klnetoscopo attracted such a crowd milking un A 1 paper. At the last moment tho president Friday night that tho exhibition was held back his currency muasuyo un- given again Saturday and the Ladles' Aid Society realized a fair sum for til after tho tariff bill shall be a law. MlnisUr Hoshl, of .Japan, way there their trouble. report Miss Jennie Portwood, of Lawrence-burIs no truth In the bonsational will be the guest of Miss Mury Japan Is preparing to resort to that Miller during tho Fair. Miss Carrie to force against Hawaii. democratic convention Curry will entertain Thursday evening The nt Frankfort endorsed the administra- in honor of Misses Christine Hradley tion of Gov. Bradley, who It seems has and Jennie Warren. Our lwya .vho attended the banquet made his ancient enemies to praise given in your city by the Knights of him. The Louisville Dispatch wiya that Pythias aro profuse in their praises of llboltocrats met In Anderson, .'IT in the enjoyable occasion and tho hospitality of your people. They make esShelby, a few In Jessamine, none In HO In lloylo and a small number In pecial mention of tho delicious supper given at tho St. Asaph Hotel. Mercer. The Independent-fre- e That was n touching scene when the turnpike conSunnto Uirlir bill got back to the House vention, which was to bo held on Satand Mr. Dingluy struggled to roeognlzo urday to put out a county ticket, did In it features the countenance of his not materialize, there being but few long-lopresent and no leader to preside over child. A democratic Union soldier has turn- them. It is hoed that such a move ed over the olllcoof United States mar- will be abandoned and they will vote shal of West Virginia to n republican the democratic ticket. Mies Hettis Miller has returned from Confederate Urlgndlor. it seems truly New Orleans, where hc has been visIs over. that tho vur J. N. Grllllth, Mt. Vernon; George iting relatives. MUs Christine, daughThompson, Kast Hernstadt; Leander ter of Gov. Hradley, will visit relatives Johnson, IMnevllle. and Wiley Haker, and friends hero this week. Misses Clay county, havo been apioluted U. Salllo and Mattlo Elkin will entortaln on WeJnesday evening in honor of Mits S. marshals by I)r J nines. scnslon of Julia Halley, of Georgetown. It Is said that this special Robinson, of Atlanta, Ga., Is tho Congress Is costing the country at the guest of her father, Mr. J. V. Cook, of JI0.000 a day. A rate protective UirltT Is a luxury any way and other relatives. Twelve or lf National democrats met you look at lu Chicago Hecord. at the Citizens' National Hank SaturThe new republican U. S. marshal lu Indiana, like Marshal Jamea in Ken- day afternoon and npolntul delegates tucky, met with resistance In trying to to the Stato convention to nominate a who candidate for clerk of the court of remove democratic employes, Judging from tho number presclaim tho protection of tho civil serent, Interest In tho cuuco must bo wanvice. Tho l'rlnce of Wulos Is nearly f! ing, and I hope it is, for there aro somo among them who I believe would feel years old, and every monarch of who was on a throne when he was better satisfied back In the party which born has since got down, for ono reason they havo alwaya loved and which has or another, save only his own mother, honored them jn the past. Neither labor nor money has been and ho is gutting mighty tired waiting spared in making all necessary arrange for her to die or abdicate. Hourku Cochran patketleally de- menta to receive and royally entertain a man the crowd at tho Fair next Friday and clares that he stands without a party. Sad, sad, that bitter Saturday. Tho gates of the city will Hut let Uourke not despair. He be 0cucd to our guests and comfort, wall may bo a man without a party, but tho ease, plenty of sights to see and whole"National Democrats" are a parly some food to eat on tho grounds, Is the without a man. Cynthianu Democrat. program and it will be carried out to Commenting on our article with ref- tho letter. Tho stock show promises erence to the pardon of Faulkner Jor- to bo much better than usual. Having been raised within three dan, sent up for flvo years (or tho muro miles of Pink Cottage, the old homo of of a man name of Young, tho der Tost says; This caso Is no worse Rov. George O. Harnes, that pure and than many others and, In pondering learned man of God, I with many oththem, one may well understand why ers, welcomo tho opiortunlty to hear each day records a murder and each him in a series of 6ermons nt the courtnight a mob. Tho spirit bf lawlessness house this week. Hy Invitation from is dovoloHd, not from beneath, but Bid. Gowen, ho filled tho pulpit at the from above; not by the criminal classes Christian church Sunday forenoon and e Sunday but from tho courts, and from govern- preached at the of mercy, Ig- night, where ho will continue at least ors who, from u false Idea nore the demands of justice and tram- during tho week. Much good will bo done, as ho preaches just what we need ple tho law under foot. a God of Love and nothing else. Ills theory seems consistent with human RELIGIOUS. reason and points to happiness In time Kid. Georgo Darsio will begin a meet- abd eternity, for tho child of God. ing at London on the "(It'll. What wo need is less doctrine and more Kev. Geo. I Taubman has resigned practice. as pastor of tho Newport Christian Tho democratic county committee, church. met on Thursday, nominated Squire J will oihmi H. Dunn or magistrate and Gab HuiT Kavanaugh August fi and close August 15. Evan-goll- man for constable, of tho Bryantsville George H. Stewa.it will havo precinct, and adjourned to meet on Ju charge. ly 2d, at which time tho other nomina Tho Southern Presbyterians will lions wlil bo made. I am unable to havo a convention to discuss the sec- name all the prospective candidates. ond coming of Christ ut Toccoa, Ga., Sheriff Robinbon and J. N. Denny have been mentioned for county judgo and August 11. ALL those Interested in tho singing if either becomes a candidate ho will nt tho Daptlst church aro requested to be hard to defeat. I M. Dunn, W. L. Lawsou and R. L. Klkin are mentioned meet with the Misses DoHord for shorlll', and any one of them would for practice. A Nebraska fanatic jabbed out ono servo tho people faithfully in that caoyo to conform with that portion of pacity. There uro several candidates Seripturo which reads: "If thine oyo for assessor, but none has offered for bo single- then shall thy whole body bo county clerk. Tho race for circuit lllled with light." clerk may bo between W. B. Masou, n Messrs. J. S. Owsloy, Sr. and Bedoll the incumbcut, and J. W. attoudod tho Installation of Hamilton, the only announced candiChancellor ' Rov. G. II. Tumor, at Caldwell churoh date, who was mentioned some timo Sunduy and roiort a lino meeting and ago. There Is an inclination to havo no primary election. David Ross, Sid a largo audience. Rov. A. S. MolTott ia received with Perrin and James Dillon uro candidates open urms by tho people of Lebanon, for jailer, and aro good man. It now behooves tho committee to lay aside all who aro delighted with th,o several ho has preached. His family will personal preferences and prejudices look the issue squarely In the fuco und arrivo from Missouri nomlnato tho strongest men, all things An Indiana judgo ordered a jury to being considered. Wo should lose roturn a verdict of not guilty In tho sight of tho man and vote for tho incaso of a wan who waa charged with terests of tho party. I havo always cmbezzloment, but tho jury promptly voted tho democratic tickot, regardless convicted tho accused. of tho mun, ho being a mere liguro It la possible that other trades or- -, head in the hands of tho party to show ganlzutlona will join the strike Inaug- tho way. urated by the minors. Negro Dr. W. J. Owsley, formerly of Glas Annlo Langham, a girl, died at Lexington from the elTects gow, died at High Oaks, Sanitarium at Lexington. of an extended aprco. ed The order Mjc'i the Ohio politician. of Elks lina uxpulleil Allun State College of Kentucky. LEXINGTON. KENTUCKY, tlireo lines of Scientific ?tu(ly, viz: Mntliuniutlfiil.IIIoIoglciiliindClicmlc.il. Classics and Pedagogy, encli of which lends to n degree. Twenty-EigProfessors and Assistants. Lulxiratorle-- . and Museums largo and well eijulpiK'd. County appointees receive Tree Tuition, Matriculation. Fuel and Lights aud Room Kent. Traveling expenses also given to appointees who remain the full collegiate year. Hoard In dormitories SJ.23 per week. In private families $2.!50 to J.I. Hoard, uniform, books and Hushing need not e.veed 5120 perjear. I'all Term lleglns Second Thursday lu ."September. Preliminary Examinations (Irst Monday In September. Tor catalogues and other Information apply to ht Offers Instruction In Agriculture. Mechanical Engineering. Civil Engineering, m JAMES K. PPTTEfiSOH.Pn. P-- , L. L. P., Pres. g, A Word To You. it Having considered the question from almost every standpoint, wp have decided to adopt the living. Mrs. Langtry, tho Jersey Lily, who shortly to wed un Austrian prince, GO years old, but wealthy. Ho answers to tho name of Esterhuzy do Gulunthu. Rev. C. M. Bough, and wife, of Ind., each over 03, have been grunted divorce. They made no complaint of each other except that they were tired of living together. Mrs. Ella Bowmuu, of Bloomington, Ind., gets a verdict against a former husband for &i,000 damages for breach of promiso to marry her tho seeond time. He knew when he had enough. A marriage occurred last week in which the bride and groom were 0,000 miles apart, one being in South Africa and the other in Holland. The usual questions were asked and answered by cable. An Atlanta woman got mud because her husband shaved his tlowing beard off and assaulted him in true Fltzsim-mon- s fashion. Next morning he had been before the iolioo court and now sho will put him through a course of d vorce court. A Mothodlst clergyman of Milwaukee, refused to marry two blcycllstB who came to him, tho woman in bloomers and the mun in the usual wheeling rig, on Sunday. Ho said that bloomers and Sunday wheeling wero tco much for him, and he could not perform the ceremony. Is now a udod Jlower, Is Ko-kom- o, THE CASH SYSTEM, Beginning July 1, 1597, believing that It will bo more siitlsfuctory to both buy und seller. No bad debts will accumulate, consequently we can sell goods cheaper. It will take much less capital, our expenses will bo less and there Is every reason why the cash system will prows siitlsfuctory. Wo only ask you to try It awhile and If you find It Is not to your advantage, wo will not kick on your buying from merchants who sell on credit. Wo aro satisfied wo can sell you goods from 10 to 23 pjr cunt, cheaper than tho credit men and till should certainly bean Inducement to you. Very truly, Ca-po- y, U FARRiS M? St HARDIN. SHE' Ts7 I Corn, Shipstuff, Hay, ijj Oats and ()! Wj Mrs-Jak- Feed of Every Sprt Always on Hand nt Car-Loa- aky-scrapl- i II THE LOWEST MARKET PRICE. '&?. d Orders at Special Prices. ap-leal- s. m mi J. H. BAUGHMAN ft CO. 1 III' & Eu-ro- MT. VERNON. QUGG0 $RGWGm Record. Tho bullet from a cartridge run over and discharged by a street car on Main street, in Lexington, Monday night, struck Dr. F. O. Young In tho cheek as he sut in his phaeton in front of hid ollice. Tho ball mudo a very painful but not serious wound. The doctor used to bo our Liberty correspondent Dr. Henry C. Mlnton, professor of theology in tho San Francisco Theological Seminary, has been elected president of Centro College, Danville, and has accepted the place. He is a noted Presbyterian divine and teacher, and tho College will doubtless prosper under his ministry. Dr. Minton is 15 years old, was born In Western Penn sylvania, graduated from Washington and Jefferson College, of Pennsylvania and from the Western Theological to-la- y 1 Lou-isvill- court-hous- Seminary ut Alleghany, Pa. The outlook lu Wurron county ia roAccording to the Courier wheat la in either the shock or bin and its condition is of tho very best. Tho yield is all that could be asked and tho grain is s in condition. Prices aro noc settled though it hat been soiling at sy. first-clas- camp-meetin- g 05c. Oats that were sownjearly uro as good us tho county ever saw, those sown later, very good, while those seed- st to-nig-ht - well-know- ser-mo- na to-da- y. ed after tho general sowing are very trilling. Corn is looking line where rains have been sulllclent, though a good deal of the countyds suffering severely for ruin, but corn is suffering the least of all other crops. Twelve miles from New Haven us a ll result of a family quarrel Sturrett shot und perhups fatally, wounded his neighbor, Bud Ratcliffe. Tho men lived close together and wero about 50 years old each. Frank Burton, of NowJYork, has just completed a tour around the world. Ho made tho trip ona wager that he could bolt tho earth without money and without begging. Ho had $3,000 when he reached homo. Philip Taahloy, a Dane, who wus hung at Tucson. Arizona, danced a jig on tho scaffold, made a fow joculur remarks and said to tho sheriff: "Let her go Gallager." His neck was broken. Near Owonsboro Pearl Taylor, aged 22, was killed by lightning, und in Ohio county u thunderbolt struck a barn, killing John MeCormack, aged 20, and destroying tho building. Tho bodies of II. J. Johuson and his daughter wero found lushed together, iloating in tho lake ut Cleveland. It is believed the father purposely drowned his daughter und himself. Mrs. S. A. Kerns died at Murlon, Sho had Ind., from a broken heart. lost all of her four children einco March Sill-we- Dr. John Mason Williams, of Louis Daring the Tennessee Centennial and International Exposition at Nashville, is visiting Mr. J. J. Williams. ville, Tenn , a low rate special tarij' has been established for the sale of tickets frovi Cincinnati and other terminal points on the Queen tfc Crescent Tho Ladles' Aid Society will meet next Thursduy ufter a slight intermislioute sion. Tickets are on sale daily until further notice to Chattanooga at $4.55 one A woman near town made 250 galuwj or 4.90 round trip from Junction City, the round trip tickets being lon! of wine last year, blackberry, good seven days to return; other tickets, with longer return limit, at $7.30 grajHj and strawberry. and at $9 tioforthe round trip. A ilno rain fell Sunday uight. Tho These rates enable the public to visit Nashville and other Southern pbints prosjHJCtH for good crops was never finat rates never before ojfered. Vestibuled traim of the finest class are at the er In this county. disposal of the pussenjer, affording a moit plena nt trip, and enabling one A handsome picture of Miss Ida May to visit the very interesting scenery and inijKirtnnt in and Adams, who took jart in tho Elizabeth-tow- n afiout Chattanooga, Lookjut Mountain and Chickamnnga National Ticktls to Nahvitle to viiiithe Centennial can be purchased contest, appeared in Saturday's Times. Miss Adams went to Nushville ut Chattanooga foai'SAO round trip. Ask your ticket agent for ticket via to uttend tho Exposition. the Q. it- C. Jiowte South or write to Services wero hold at tho court-hous- o JAMES HO I, Agt. Junction City, or und Baptist church Sunday. A W. C. JUNE ARSON, G. P. A. Cincinnati member of the salvation army is preaching at the former place und Elder Curmichuol at the latter. Miss Bcrda Martin has been invited to enter the grand gold medal contest, which will take place In Glasgow In October, during tho State W. C. T. U. , convention. Miss Martin is u brilliant elocutionist and will win further laurels. A Demorcst medal contest will bo on tho eveuing held at tho court-hous- e of Wednesday, July 21st. Tho conV f.V testants are Misses Bessio Miller, Georgia McFerran, Annie Thomas, Mamie Jones, Florello and Alza Logan Brown. All are cordially Invited to uttend. Misses Mattlo Williams, Maytio We-bo- r and Ella Joplin visited Livingston lust week. Mr. Ab Sparks was the guest of Mr. und Mrs. W. J. Sparks WILLIAM SHELTON, Sunday. Mrs. Ida Lincoln, of Louisville, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Willis The Next Session Adams. Mr. John McClary has been quite ill but ia improving. Miss Bes sie Martin returned to Rowlnnd Sntur For full information about Courses of Study, Tonus, Ac, send for our Now day ufter a visit to relatives hero. Address, MRS. NANNIE S, SAUFLEY. Ladv Pkixcipal, Stanford, Ky. battle-grounds A'ili-taryPark. - METAL ROOFING. FLO ORING SIDING. VSfc WC jm A.C.SXHE, CEILING, STANFORD, ft Q ti W&sfi 7D K5T. FINISH. bl Farm and Yard Fence. STANFORD FETCHLE President. THE C0LLEG6 "Will ZBeglxiSeptencLber tlx, 1897. Cata-logu- o "Even as Moses lifted tho serpent in tho wllderne&a will tho democrats of Kentucky lift up tho banner of democracy unterrlfled and undellled. It Is to be u beacon light. It is to bo a rallying point," saya tho C. J. Now, in the expressive luuguago of Dundreary, In ull tho dam nonsenso that is." bright lexicon of ophidianism, who over heard of a snake doing duty aa a beacon THE BUJ-QA- 33 HERO Tiiorouglki Dure; Joy IH HQSS, My lireislen were selected from tbe lxst herds of of this famous breed of svrine in sotit&I Sutea A splendid lot of jilgsof dltlerent aes for sale DreJ a sows a specialty. Satisfaction guaruuteed. solicited. Address Corres-pondeuc- 353HHQpKj2Q R. H. BRONAUGH. sli Orchard, Ky. light? Covington Common- last. Erasmus Brown, tho Negro who GEORGE CRITTENDEN made a criminal assault upon und nearly killed Miss Annie Foeryinger, MARION, CRITTENDEN CO., KY. near Villa Ridge, Mo., was taken from juil and hanged by u mob. Ky. Box Mury and Hattic Patterson, aged 7 Delightful Imnmor Resort. 12 years's practice before all the A and 5 years respectively, woro drown- IIa9 had Depa tmentd In Washington City. 3 ed In a creok near Bellaire. 0., whilo Close to Railroad; Double Dally Mall, Splentrying to rescuo a eister, did Music: Table Wanted- -n who waa also drowned. For Terms, writo to w laaaai mrrai WbIhm " null. Frotaet toot .M Abner Tuggle was killed by light- Wr.ta JOIIIT WIODERBURN CO., jot arts AWOf. rataM THUBMAN & COOK, Pbobs., - Marlon, Ky O. C, for tktr U Mr. WatUaCM. ning' In Christian county. wealth. H.M'KINNEY. SPRINGS Pension & Claim Agent, 44, Stanford, Idea Aft. 3 Flrst-Clai- hUI-- ,;! t . ja. .. -. ' VWJ1 V"'"1 ","" " Thk boltocratie mass conventions held by instructions from the Courier-JournTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL Saturday were in nearly every county slimly attended, while In 15 or 20 at Stanford. Ky., July 13. 1897 all.counties there were no meetings the Considering tho fact that al Four men were killed, two fatally Injured and ono seriously hurt by the explosion of n dynamite bomb at Lexington. W. II. Murphy bought of B. D. Car- ter 23 shoats at 2!e. A. J. Rico bought heie yesterday a small bunch of calves at $14. The Realization Stakes, worth $23,. were won at Sheopshead Bay Saturday by tho Tho Friar. Hamburg, win ner or tho Trial btakes, a weeK ago, won tho Double Event, worth $5,000, at the same track. Reports to tho agricultural department show a decrease of about one million acres in the corn crop. Tobacco shows a falling off of over 20 per cent in acreage and 13 points less in condition than last year. Judge Hughes bought Monday from Myers it AUln, of Lidcolu county, 35 long yearling cattle at 3. Bonta Bros, have sold their largo crop of wheat of 0.000 or 7,000 bushels, for 05e. to R. S. Vanarsdall. Harrodf-bur- g Democrat. The Richmond Pantagraph says: ,Dr. J. I. Ashbaugh has taken 1,200 ixmnds of honey from 17 hives this sea son. He has yet to gather 300 lKiunds from tho stands. Boo raisers rejHirt this tho finest honey season for many 225 750-pou- MIDSUMMER - W. P. WALTON. DEMOCRA TIC TICKET. Fo Ap'lale CFl; S. J. SHACKELFORD " Circuit Judge, M C.SAUFLEY. " Com'lth Attonuy.J. S. OWSLEY, Jr. " Representative, - M. F. NORTH. " County Judge, - J. E. LYNN. ' County Clerk, - GEO. 11. COOPER. " County Attorney, HARVEY HELM. " Circuit Clerk, J. F. HOLD AM. " Sheriff, - - SAUL. M. OWENS " Jailer, - GEO. W. DEBORD. " Ji,wr, - - C.G. BAKER. VM. LANDGRAF. " Coroner, - Supt. Schools, GARLAND SINGLETON had puffed and blowcd for months in Its elTort to urge its fow failing followers to come to time, the result must be very discouraging and disappointing to that paper, whose word was worth a hundred thousand votes, and shows that the iiooplo can not be led from tho true paths either by sophCourier-Journal istry, begging or brow-beatin- g. The n will convention in Louisville be made up of party hacks and men whose leadership has been condemned and repudiated, and their resolutions and platforms will be regarded more with pity than In seriousness. The whole object of those men seems to be Washington, Ind,, attempted suicide to defeat democratic nominees, and by hanging because his mother had while they may succeed In some of tho whipped htm. A Georgia woman who made a mur counties, their action will havo no effect on the race for appellate derous assault on her husband came And that with tho fact that our attention will soon bo called to Fall purchases alSk.vator Harris, of Tennessee, one clerk. Shackelford will be elected by very near being lynched by her Indigthough yet at a dlstnnce, wo must reduce it and in this sale the rich and poor can of the moat picturesque personages in more than 25,000 majority over bolto-cra- nant neighbors. profit nllke. We nro full of Bargains, so don't miss It and see that your friends the Senate, is dead, agedabout fourFrom La Cinta, N. MM comes a story and republicans. score, lie began his ixilitical career of tho brutal murder of an old woman years." 50 years ago and during all that time The two weeks of excessive heat by four young men because she was Groonberry Bright says 47S bushels had been without oflice but a year or ended for a season Saturday, .vhen a supposed to be n witch. of wheat threshed In five hours Is not two. Ho was thrice governor of Ten- 6torra left the atmosphere more bearoperator set iui,uw anything. Ho nnd Yoager threshed j I'liuaucipuiu nessee and was its war governor. Pres. able. During the time the Associated ems in six days on a llneotypo. bushels the other day and moved It ident Lincoln telegraphed him that he Press reported 325 deaths from heat, would take an average hand setter four times. Two hundred bushels an would draw on him for a certain num Chlcairo heading the list with S7, Cin hour Is his average. So far he finds tho about 50 days to do tho same work. ber of soldiers, but he answered that cinnati coming next with 53, St. Louis Mariana, crops run about 20 bushels to tho acre. By the death of Mrs. Clara Tennessee would enlist o0,000 men to 42 and so on down to Louisville 13, of Memphis, Alexander Williamson, A good crowd attended court yesterHead our list and sec if there is protect her homes, not one for coer- where the hottest day showed 100 and her faithful Negro servant, comes Into day but very little stock trading or odd coats and vests $1 25 to 15 anything you want. Men's units f 2 50 up. Men's Men's washable vests; Men's Summer Coats in nil cion. After the war he went to Mex- the coolest night 71. People are apt to possession of her estate of $45,000. any other kind of business was done. sizes; men's underwear, men's neckwear, mon's hosiery, men' handkerchiefs, men' but returned as say the last was the most oppressive ico and then to Europe, With her canning factories, pinning Only a few of tho 100 cattle on tho mar- white nnd nog lgo shirts men's crash suits nnd boys' belts; boys' knee pant mils was safe to do so and was at season they over experienced, but they soon as it mills, catsup plant, brick yard, natural ket were disposed of. Butcher stuff boys' long pauts suits, boys' washable suiu, men's nnd boys' straw and fur hnts In once put into the harness again. He forget. Tho Louisville Commercial gas and two railroads, Walton bids fall-t- was slow at 2 to 2c; heifers 21 to 3c: nil sizes nnd prices. erved two terms in Congress and had says this summer isn't a patching to become a place of considerable im- calves $S to $11. No mule-- or horses he lived till next March would have that of 1854, the hottest ever known In portance. changed hands publicly. rounded out his 20th year in the Sen- this section. For 71 days, from June Commissioner R. C. Wnrren sold yesJacob F. Harris shot and killed Thos. ate. His term Would not have expired 22, 1S54, to September 17, the thermom- II. Merritt at Lexington. Too warm terday a lot on the railroad belonging till March. 1901. Senator Harris was eter registered 00 degrees and upward; an affection sprang up between Mrs. to E. T. Rochester to the colored president pro tempore of the 53d Con- the highest was 104 degrees, the lowest Harris and Mr. Merritt, culminating in school for $370.50; a house and lot begress, a leading member of the Com- 90 degrees, and the average 90.43 de- the tragedy. Ladles shirt waists, ski rt, neckwear, hosier', undorwear, corsets, glovo, handkerlonging to George A. Hammonds' esmittees of Finance and Rules and also grees. During 23 days of this period Severe wind and thunder storms did tate at Rowland to W. A. Tribblo for chiefs, parasols in all the latest style handles, neck nnd hair ribbons, sash ribbons. of the Democratic Advisory or Steer, the temperature reached 100 degrees much damage at Paducah. The Three $175, nnd a housu and lot In Crab Or- As a result of tho extensivo demand for lawns and organdies we have just received n ing Committee. He has long been and upward. to D. and Rivers' Mill was partially destroyed chard belonging FarmersB.Bank itW. J. new line. Edmlston to tho Trust awarded by common consent the front and Capt. Phil Bour killed by the Hy Co. for $401. The Interior Journal has order- ing debris. place on both sides of the chamber in Anderson it Snlllmnn. of the Dan parliamentary questions and in recent ed Its Covington attorneys to bring ville Roller Mills, bought of various years he has been more frequently suit against Editor Laurie J. Blakely, parties in this and adjoining counties, FARM 10,000 bushels of wheat at 57 cents. Tho heard in expounding these questions of the Commonwealth, for printing in 400 barrels of corn for sale. Dr. yield and quality of wheat that has than in the elucidation of other sub- proof that the water of that city Is Children's, misses' Indies' shoes andoxfords in all styles, colors and prices. Mcii'h been threshed fulfill tho promise of jects. There are numerous candidates good a statement that we drank some Hugh Keid. nnd boys' shoes and low cuts wili be in this Mile nlso. Come to cee u, one and splendid crops. If the price won half all. James Herring sold to Robert Smith as satisfactory tho farmers would bo it will pay you in the long run. for the succession, with Gov. Bob Tay of it and didn't die. Tho statement is happy. R. G. Evaus sold to J. W. false and libelous. In the first place, a small bunch of fat heifers at 2!c. lor leading. Torallnson fc Dudderar. the MoKln Bales, 147 exjwrt cattle at 4c, to go we do not drink plain water and In the ANOTHER man has paid the penalty second we would scorn to drink Coving- nev millers, are navlnir 05 cents for tills week. Advocate. for monkeying with another man's ton water if we did. A retraction and wheat. A TOOTHACHE CURE. wife. Thomas H. Merritt, a widower an apology is demanded, or the conseBel Bel, a good Eastern campaigner, A. UKBANSKY A CO , I'bohuktgwj. Lexington, quence be upon your head, Sir Laurie. died at Syracuse, N. Y., from heart How th Colonel Wm IIcIIwchI of of 40, a pension agent at rain ftp T. D. HANKY, Manaoeh. was shot and Instantly killed by J. F. Cow buy. trouble. Harris In a park at Lexington. Mrs. The decision of the court of appeals Several lots of lambs at 5c and 50 old Ono morning the colonel rolled out of Harris was type writer for Merritt and in the bank tax cases will greatly re- sheep at $1.50 were sold In Barren, says his blanket with tho jumping tooth-acliand, though ho exhausted all tho that evening they went out to a park duce the school fund, If it does not wipe the News. KKK1 YOril- enmp. nothing had any to enjoy the beauties of nature and get It out, should It be required to pay F. P. Bishop bought of B. D. Carter remedies in a cool breath. Harris followed them back all the money it has received on and Jamas T. Carson 8omo butcher effect It was 40 wiles to tho nearest town, with tho chance against finding like a sleuth hound and as he 6ays re- that account for the last several years. stuff at 2fc. a dentist there, and it was finally strained himself from violence till he Banks have been paying 75 cents to the E. G. Baugh sold to Dr. J. T. Morris to appeal to ono of tho cowboys saw his wife get in Merrltt's lap and State In lieu of all taxes. Under the his farm near Highland containing 100 ou his station, flvo miles away. Ho then he could stand It no longer. He decision the State will only get 52Jc acres, for $400. rame over in repono to a mesaace, opened lire and Merritt ran, only to now and 42, If It has to refund for back Balk Line won another race at La- - mid, after taking a look at tho tooth, which fall dead after going a few steps. Mrs. years. tonia, Saturday. C. B. Reid has u jaw, was n doublo ono on tiro upper tliu cowboy said: Harris denies the story of any intimacy The boltocrats seemed to have paid great horse in him. "Kumol, I kin shoot that tooth out Will buy a handsome-threor wrong intent and says she did not no attention to the basis of representapiece lied Room Suit, Red, Drcvscr and Wash Stand. John S. RoblnPon bought Monday, us slick as if sit In Merrltt's lap, that her husband tion placed upon the Cleveland vote of 80 sheep from Mr. Burton, of Adair, senr it willgrease on yon don't mind tho M This suit will bo laid down at station in Kentucky uK)n receipt of above amount, your cheeks. leavo was insanely jealous of her and treated 1932, but took our advice and named all for $2.75. Harrodsburg Sayings. "Shoot it oat!" shouted tho colonel. her badly, abusing her roundly If she the men in certain counties who voted The Harrodsburg Democrat says that "Why, man, you must bo crazy I" ever spoke to a man. It looks like an- for Palmer and Buckner. At least the wheat crop is 50 per cent better and "Waul, niebbo I kin pick in enough powder to blow it out" case and the moral judging from tho list of names the 30 per cent higher than last year. other Curry-Corl"Novcrl" is plain: Leave the wives of jealous Courier-JournBranch Store nt Ilustonvillc, II. K. Cnmnitz, Manager. Thero are 51 trotters with records of prints they must have "Might chuck it out with a pieco of husbands, who are longing to do mur- done so. 2:10 or better and 48 of them carry tho iron uud a stone," continued tho cowder, severely alone. What can the Louisville Times blood of the great Hambletonlan. boy. The value of tho cattle In Western late "And you might go to Texas The men who will practically pass mean by this paragraph? Had the held America is estimated at $2,000,000,000, yond!" exclaimed tho suffering and be- uud inKentucky Press Convention been the tariff bill are a majority of the fol.. .. a .1! rauu. in the winter time Its corpse would or five times all the cuttle in lowing conference committee: Sena"I'm only telling yon how wo do It dis- Ha.. been tors Jones, of Nevuda, and Jones, of have of, a disagreeable thing to It Is expected that 8,500,000 pounds of out here, and if you don't want thut pose but during this sort of weather Arkansas, Aldrleh, Vest, White, Burtho pain." hov to the stench can be detected from one wool will be exported this ycur from tooth out you'll stnrted stand his station, for Tho cowboy rows, Piatt and Congressmen Dlngley, the neighborhood of Great Falls, end of the State to the other. but after a gallop of a tuilo ho returned Bailey, Hopkins, Wheeler, Dulzell, to beckon tho rest of us usido uud said: Grosvenor, McMillan and Payne. As Farmers in Kansas nro offering $2 per Told "Ho seems to bo n purty squar' sort the republicans are in the majority it day for harvest hands. Many tramps o' man, though a lectio tecchy, uud I'm wont tako them long to agree to the Jim Hopkins, an old man, was butted are in tho State, but they refuse to Forry for him. Ih ho a good rider?" abortion and then the whip will be ap- to death by a muley bull near Owens-bor- work. "Only fuir." plied and It will go through both Hous"Kin ho shoot?" The Washington Purk Club of Chies like greased lightning. Nearly all Philip Schrelber. of St. Louis, died cago offers $5,000 as a purse to be com "Not very straight. " "Then I think I kin euro that toothImportant bills have to go to confer- from an abscess caused by wearing a peted for July 21 by pacers of the ll ache." ence If the two bodies are unable to tight shoe. class. Ho spent two minutes unfolding tho bWl did agree, but the present Wilson A mob at Beatrice, Neb., horseDeathrago it Nell sold to Speyer it plot and then went over to tho sufferer T nvt.nn not. The House accepted the Senate whipped, tarred and feathered a cruel Cnu XU.MMK IU1I, )') O ,w . .. .1 i 111t l.'w.l JUIlO, JJl, and said: .,WS j'UUIlllO ft amendments without resort to such this year's and last year's clip, at 1 ijc. "Kurnel, 1'vo cum back to say yon committee, after It had been nearly Pugilist Corbett, who has turned his Richmond Register. 'nro n booby." talked to death In both Houses. attention to bicycling, was defeated in "Whnt?" yelled tho colonel us ho Lyon it Allen sold in Cincinnati a ! seat beforo tho his first race in New York. few days ago a car load of lambs at'EPruuK UP Every other man In Nashville seeind Dealers are profiting by the coal KY i).4U lo ;.tu. wnicii were tnu mirnosL .. . ri to be railroad ticket brokers and on strike at Cinclnuati and other places, "A booby and a pquaw, kurnol, uud prices since the decline. lllsnYi'fon fi fliifttrwl rO1 llnr ' some thoroughfares It is almost Impos- prices being raised away up. . Powell & Hopper sold to Allen it Tho ,.,.,,. f ... . nt t,in sible to pass, so persistent arc the felLightning struck one of a group of LyonSUhogs at 2.85, 00 sheep and COwboy dodged and ran for his horso. lows to "buy, sell or exchange tickets." oil tanks near Olean, N. Y. and burnIambs, sheep 2c and lambs Jc, and a lot Wo had nnother ready saddled, with The railroad companies tried tho Stute ing oil spread over 20 acres. ' two loaded of butcher cattle at 1 to UC. revolvers in tho holsters. courts to get rid of them but obtaining ... -j Daisy Kemery wasawardcdSll,-00- 0 Mrs. Wheat dropped to 00 cents in tho lono relief the U. S. court was appealed damages against the L. & N. rail- cal market yesterday. Dealers predict ' "T w C? ' to and a temporary injunction secured, road for the death of Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, .Saddles, Bridles, her husband. a fall to 50 cents per bushel in a very so for the present at least the annoyShortages aggregating $15,000 have Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Nl'AH ClIAII Ol(CIIAIII), Ky., ance will cease. been discovered in the accounts of Correct, 2:21, owned by Tip Bruce' Room Opposite Court-Hou- se Square, Stanford, Ky and in charge of Tom Yeager, is in bad "Will be Open to Guests from HON. G. G. Gildert, of Shelby, has South Carolina dispensary olllcials. Great suffering is reported among condition and It was necessary to send the 15th of announced his candidacy for Congress 'NvffMg IKy to Sept. 15. l'ryT,r lW r 'l1 'fV in this district. He may be, and doubt- tho miners of the Jelllco dstrict, moat him homo. Mr. Yeager was campaignTerms moderate. Address ing him in Ohio. less is, a very good man, but the dis- of whom have been Idle since May 1. It. A. ClIENAL'I.T, Thesoventh international convention The State commissioner of agriculhas got to be redeemed next time, Oreen llrlar Springs, trict Cnib Orchard, Ky. of the Baptist Young Peoples' Union ture estimates tho wheat uverago per and Gov. McCreary is the man to do it. Mr. Gilbert apd other aspiring states- will be held in Chattanooga tills week. iierc doublo that of last year; the conBruce Warren, a Marshall county dition of corn is put at 87, oats at 80 men must bide a wee, unless he can boy, is under arrest in Texas on the and tobacco at 0$. show that he is the only Moses that can -There wlirbo a muotliH; of of cattle. charge of stealing u Tho foal of the dead Uicara Is beincr ers of thu Cumlvrluiid valleythu stockhold-tit lead us out of the wilderness. Lund Co. A New York wife leaped for joy nursed at Woodburn Farm by Sonnet, thulr olllco In Stanford, Ky., on Wednesday, My stock Is yet full of Good Things and Choleo Spring Patterns. Negro deputies may do well enough when told her husband had committed who dropped u foal at tho same time. Jei.YlsT, ls97, for thu purpose of electing Nino Directors. At It i. i. on thu samu day in some localities, but Marshal James suicide. Ills also happy g tho now board will Iilcara's foal is by Alcatraz, and is nieutand organize. J. 8. 1IOCKEU. Skcuctauv. had better not send his Negroes to the hired a brass band to celebrate the afnicely in cliargo of Its foster moth- -' er. mountains, unless he wants the stuf- fair. During tho next 60 days. Prices will bo Oreatly Reduced. I will sell you ThcNrothwestcrn Miller says tho Dr. Whitsltt is said to be contemplafing shot out of them. Most of the mountaineers are republicans and near- ting resigning as president of the corn crop in Texas is made and cstl- ly all of tho law breakers of their re- Southern Baptist Theological Semi- mnlna nn It. run iij i I irli ru oui Ann fin Make heultliv pork. Your stomach. If tho gion are of that fuith, but they wont nary. The Mississippi Baptist Associa- bushels. Last year .7 crop was .'12,- - i your conscience, demands that you feed not A man's AHWool suit for 14.30. Como and see thorn whether you wunt to buy or not Dr. as u preventive of submit to being handcuffed by a Ne- tion, making the second, has passed 000.000 bushels and In 1805 it was 107.- - ,au,', IIoB el,le and "porlc producer. For sale by 000,000 bushels. resolutions asking for his removal. gro. tf ANXEU UKOS., McKtnney, Ky. aiox rerguson, ivw, ami jus bioiui , Mrs. Bettle Carrolton, 109, are active old people who live near Anderson, Ind. A thief worked the combination of a safe In the Mt. Sterling Sentinel-Deocrat ollice and stole $'M belonging L. T. Wood. Striking Indiana miners have appeal ed to Gov. Mount for financial aid. They say they are fighting for mere existence. Tho Kentucky Chautauqua Is In hard lines, and unless a loan of $15,000 can bo raised, the grounds at Lexington must be sold. Thad Holland, aged 11 years, of m Bargain Too : Sale! 4 -- Our midsummer Ilargnln Sale h to begin Friday nnd our prices will exceed nny tiling you linve ever hoard of before. We propose to make this a record breaking event and sdeping reductions will be found over our entire lionso We have In some departments Jlael) Stoek, I per-ceptab- le ts 1,-2- Cfre o i Ladies' Department. flNDTRflDE, SKOES t THE LOUISVILLE STORE. 4 o, -- do-zid- Eye On The Bulletin. $li.OO W. W.l ey WITHERS. STANFORD. al 4 I usiru-.uiuuu- ui SPECTACLES I CRAIG &, Mon-tan- a. News Briefly TO SUIT EVERY EYE, o. AN KCCURHTE FIT GUARHNTE6D. free-for-a- HOOKER. I step-fathe- r. UnDGHCAKinG f . .. ."'"" m. C. M'CLARY. JftMy Praotioal Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. 'lr Ir !y ir UrCCIl DfOT jjOPMSS July AfOTCE Clothing. riMi"hWr?,hw car-loa- d I son-in-la- w do-in- U8-- td Only Healthy Hogs THEY MUST BE. SOLD A CHILD'S SUIT FOR 50WCTS. H. J. McROBERTS. VUu- - m if irfiiMi.ti-iftilm- I ''? i 5 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanfokd, Kv., - - July E. C. Walton', ttusixisa Manaokk. TltYour "Gold Camel" Tea, lino with Will Li:i:, colored, was lined 520 In Picnic The Christian Endeavorers i Judge Carson's court Saturday for of Ilustonville will give a picnic at Wurrun & Shanks. . Peyton's Well shooting craps. 14th. TltY out- "Uolil Medal" Flour, tho C. C. W. Marshal Newland arrcst-wlt- h best. Warren fc Shanks. Tin: Stanford boys will cro?s bats 13, 1807 thu Ilustonville Club at Huston- - ed David Kennedy, a white youth of IS, Tin: soda water at Penny's in pure, vllle Thursday afternoon. for carry inc concealed wcanons vestercold ami refreshing. Try it. day. ico. I m Haas' Hog Remedy ..NOT - only i Noticb. W. J. Romans & Co., Lar. ,ft8ter. are closing out their large stock ... Tin: bent Is cheapest. That's why of buggies, surrics, phaetons and road our paints, lead and oil are chcapont. VlOLirr Talcum Powder and Violet worth of other goods. Tanner Bros., wagons. You can save from $.1 to $2.1 Penny's Drug Store. McKlnney. Water for toilet. W. H. Mcltoberts. by buying anything you want In the BilANi) new $7rLadies",yEtna" bicyAll persons holding Lincoln county vehicle line from them. and I'KKSCIMPTlONKuro llllod right 1MJ2, at right prices at Penny' Drug Store. cle for sale cheap. Apply at this olllco. bonds of the series of July 11. immeMahshal Dkvkiis, who attempted urn will present them for payment Roll of money containing il'2. diately at First National Bank of Stan- suicide at Ilustonville, Is recovering. Lost. PERSONALS, Ho was delirious for a day or two, but Leave at this olllceaud receive reward. ford. Interest has stopped. his mind was all right yesterday and K. II. Itrrcmi: Is visiting relatives In TAIILLTS and school books, better Tin: Change. My reasons forgoing he was getting along well. His wife, Tennessee. and cheaper than ever. Penny's Drug home to run my business In my resi- who has been quite, ill since tho occurMil. M. SALINGKK, of Louisville, was Store. dence is to bo with my children and be rence, it is said will return to her hero yesterday. Gkt In lino and buy a Gasoline eslov. more pleasantly situated. I again ask father's, Mr. Levi Myers. Is visiting relMiss Callik IIokto.M Everybody buying them. Rigging fc you to come. Mrs. Kate Dudderar. ative in Akhksts. Marshal O. J. Newland Jcikji: Vincent Hoiikino, of Lon- McKlnney. TllK patent medicine fakirs had a arrested and took to Danville Sunday don, was hero Saturday. We are In the cash business to stay. time of it yesterday. The crowd seem West Withers, colored, wanted there Miss Annk Shanks returned from Try it and you will like It as well as we ed to like tho antics of thu long haired to serve out a line for shooting craps. Shelby county yesterday. fellow bent and would leave Anderson Ho also had "Babe" Hansford, of this do. Farrls & Hardin. Fnt.'it of thu family of Mr. S. H. Carr and his crowd In the cold occas- place, arrested at Lebanon for setting Cook are down with measles. SOMi: people took advantage ionally. up and running a crap game. He was iJOHN, to the wlfu of Laban Withers, of thu cheap rutu to Louisville Sunday. brought here Monday morning and his TllK torrid spell of two weeks gave trial will come up this morning. of the Gilberts Creek, a girl. All but seven were colored. away after the rain storm of Saturday Mas. W.M. (iKi:n, of Lebanon JuncTllK Stanford boys did tho Huston-vllle- s to more bearable weather and the sevHon. R. C. Waiihkn made a rousing visiting her sons here. tion, is up by a score of 10 to 0 at the eral showers since then have given the speech yesterday to show that tho Lena Palmeh, of Klrksvlllc, Miss grounds hero Saturday afternoon. corn crop such an Impetus thut many turnpike election is invalid and urging . Is the guest of Mrs. A. T. Traylor. He long will bo made with little or no the imiortanco of another vote. Mil. J. K. Ulll'CK Is out after a GltEENliKIAlt Sl'KINUS will bo open- Holds was followed by T. M. GooJnight, and severe tussle with erysljelaH. ed on the 15th to remain open till Sept. more rain. Esq., who said that another election J. 11. OAKI.KY, of London, was the 1.1th. See notice by R. A. Chenault. A CHANGE. I have moved my mil- could not hurt anything, though he did of his relatlvo.Mr. M. 13. Klmoro. guet Davison's Mom: Pueaching. R. W. Boyd linery up to my residence on Lancas- not think it necessary. Missus Mattik Hosi.ky anil Mamie ter strrut. whore I will sell goods just brother, Bob, then rather weakly deweek for Atlantic City. and wlfeadvertlse that they will preach White left last I thank my customers kindfended him and his court and warned each night this week on court square. tho same. HoiiN, to the wife of J. M. Carton ly for their liberal support and ask for their friends not to have anything to boy. Sr., deputy collector, a John Dt'OAN, who killed John C. a continuance of same. You know the do with the matter. Miss Pkaul Whiti: returned from Colson In MIddlesboro, will, tho News quality I handle and my capacity as a Branching Oct. Having made a the Chautauqua at Lexington yester- says, try to get a change of venue to milliner. Respt. Mrs. Kate Dudderar. good deal of money out of his store, Lincoln county. day. Dkatil Mrs. Hugh Kirkpatriek W, H . Brady has decided to open Miss Mahik Cash, of the West Knd, IlKAT. Tho excessive heat of Satur- died at Rowland Sunday morning of and In a few weeks the little sent several days with Miss Ktta Belle day morning killed a valuable horse be- consumption, aged about 4.1. Her mai- room In the Commercial Hotel, formCloyd. longing to Mr. I. M. Bruce, which was den name was Jennie Bustin and she erly occupied by Mrs. Kale Dudderar, Missies Nannie and Ida Tkimhi.i:, being driven In a drummer's wagon. was raised in tho Highland section. will be tilled with confectioneries, of Somerset, were guests of Mrs. J. L. Besides a husband, four children sur- fruits and the like. John Napoleon Yantis. TllK full premium list of the Garrard vive her. She was u member of the Parsons will run it, but Mr. Brady's , Mil. SANKOItl) ALLEN, of Millers-burg- Stock Fair uppcam on our Ith page. Christian church and was fully prepar- eagle eye will keep watch over it. Lawas the guest of the Misses The management Is preparing for a ed for tho great change. ter on he will open a restaurant in the Woods. great crowd, which it is assured will rear of his new store. Lexington, bo drawn thither. Miss Kliza Metcalk, of Hkllo. Messrs. F. M. Ware. E. O. Is the guest of Miss Louise and Kvolyn Singleton. Dr. Ed M. Estes and others R. NoHkatthat Kll.LKD. R. G. Denny have completed the telephone line to el FoitniDDKN FitUlT. Rev. R. evening Kasllaud. got in trouble the other u that he had a mule to die from Mils. J. C. McCl.AltY Is spending a tells morning the over tho same kind of fruit that Eve place and heat last week and that E. W. Leo and this message Saturday few weeks with her brother, Mr. O. P. went over. The Instru- did. The apples in Mr. John W. Walllrst George F. Anderson lost two and three, Ncwland. ment is in the St. Asaph Hotel, where lace's yard looked so tempting that he pa. rejectlvely, from tho same cause. Mils. J. S. KICK Is visiting her Clerk George Farrls will bo glad to knocked off a few and began to help . rents, Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Garnett, at SOMK boltocrat met in the county wait on those who wish to talk to West himself, when he was attacked by Cave City. court room yesterday, elected R. L. Enders or to almost any portion of Ca- thousands of bees, which stung him Miis. J. T. Johnson, of Louisville, Porter, chairman, and C. E. Tate, see sey. The enterprising gentlemen who from head to foot and had hfm so swelland children, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. rotary, of a county committee, comjK)-ebuilt the line should, nnd doubtless ed up that he could not attend J. H. Itouu H. McAllster, M. J. Harris, will, bo well paid for their trouble and of J. His children hardly recog Mibe UettieHendeuson, of low-cl- l, Lewis Gooch and Cicero Reynolds. outlay of money. nized him, but he is out again and says . . . is at Dr. W. H. O'Hannon's for he can never have respect for bees or Tub 28 Lincoln county bonds of $250 love apples In the future. Claiik's combined shows which ontreatment. Mil. J. G. FlUTH, of Hrodhead, was ly play at tho large towns, such as Mc- each, bearing 0 per cent interest, The K. of P. Banquet. The with his sister, Mrs. Dr. W. D. O'Dan-no- Klnney and Crab Orchard, passed and payable In 20 years, sold away out through here Saturday, after playing of sight, showing that there is plenty Knights of Pythias banquet at the St. hist week. Miss Susie Coolky, of Stanford, is at the former to go tho latter jolnt. of money seeking a safe investment. Asaph Hotel Thursday night was invisiting Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Holderman. Judging by appearances, it isn't much They were sold one at a time by Auc- deed a thing of beauty and a joy while of a combination. tioneer J. P. Chandler, the llrst bring- it lasted. Besides a feast of a dozen Lebanon Enterprise. of 815 umi was bought courses, royally served, thero was a fiow MISSES DOI.UK AND JKSSIKCOUI.A PETITION was presented to Judge ing a premium by S. II. Shanks, who got six nU2lSXi0 of soul that was enjoyable In the exhero Dawson in tkk, of Middleburg. took the train oien court yesterday awklng Bishop got live yesterday for Hrodheud. another vote on the turnpike question to 2(1; Columbus T. J. Foster l'. at treme. Nearly a hundred Knights, at wives, sisters and sweethearts sat in Weaken, in Novemlcr. it had 0(50 names on It, J2ft:i.f)0to $204.50; MissksJanikand Uettie $2u'1.50 to $204.30, and J. F. Robinson the spacious dining room of the St. of Stanford, are visiting the family of almost 100 more than tho necessary 1.1 Asaph, which had been beautifully Mr. Unbirt (J. Hail. Somerset He- - per cent. Tho judge ordered the peti- four at $2$a.50 to $2tW.50. for the occasion and partook of jK)rtor. tion noted of record. Tin: will of Horace S. Withers was the delightful supper which had been of Arcadia, Miss Lauha Siikuiy, to probate In the county court Attkntion is called to tho adver admitted After making certain be- prepared by Mrs. Mark Hardin, the Lincoln county, Is a guest of her cous yesterday. n hostess, and Peter Gllchcr, in, Miss Anna Mugotlln. Harrodsburg tisement of tho State College at Lex quests to his widow, a special bequest tho noted Danville caterer. The trainington, ono of the most thorough as Democrat. to his grandson, Horuce Bowman, and Mil J. S. Owsley. Jit., has gone 10 well as the cheapest institutions at $150 to an old Negro servant, Adam ed waiters did their work with clock Franklin to bring back his wife and which a good education can be had. Withers, it directs his proorty to be like alacrity, Cook & Farmer's Orchild, who have been visiting relatives Send to President James K. Patterson equally divided among his three child- chestra never played sweeter music, women were at their pretfor a catalogue and other Information if for a month or more. ren, to whom ho has already advanced while tho you have children to educate. tiest and lent both beauty and enjoyMISS LOUISE SAUNDEltS and broth $!!).0S0. The will Is in the testator's brilliant occasion. .Before er. J. X. Saunders, of Stanford, aro vis. Lightning. Lightning killed two own hand and is dated Sept. 20, ISilO. ment to the were partaken of, Rev. S. tho edibles Greensburir, Ind. itimr rnluLlves at mules belonging to Mr. A. B. McKln- It appoints Forestus Reld, J. W. Mc- M. Logan made a beautiful and approSprlnglleld ney, of tho McKlnney section, Satur- Allster and Mrs. Mary W. Bowman, priate prayer, after which some two D11. L. U. COOK'S house Is Hearing day afternoon. Ills son, James Mc- executors, without security and directs hours were spent in tho very pleasant completion and It will bo the prettiest Klnney, was plowing with them and that no Inventory be taken of his proppastime of tilling the wants of the inIn town. A departure from the old had tied them to fence and gono to erty, relying on all concerned to divide ner man. This completed, Toastmaster Is the subject lino of architecture here shelter near by. Edgar Reynolds' it to tho best advantage. C. E. Tate, after a few remarks, Introof gralulatlon. kitchen, In the same section, was BiiODHBAD Faiii. This otllce is get- duced Eld. Joseph Severance, whose Mrs. Mahgauet Foujkii, of NIch struck and the chimney knocked down. catalogue for tho welcome address was listened to with ting out a olasvlllo, Mrs. Win. Shriver and little 111., are Runaway. Frightened at a hog Brodhead Fair, which begins August rapt attention and vociferously apdaughter, Edna, of Canton, K. Philips on Dan- that jumped out of a fence comer near 18th and continues three days. Be- plauded. Hon. R. II. Tomllnson, of guests of Mrs. A. Mr. George S. Carpenter's, tho horso sides liberal premiums for almost ev- Lancaster, mado a gem of a speech in ville Avenue. L. Whkklku, of Iluston- driven by Mr. Henry Traylor over- ery kind of stock, there are rings for resjK)nse, Impressing his hearers with Dlt. Caul ville, and his friend, Row Martin Lu- turned his buggy and threw him on a garden and farm products, women's his love for tho Order and his joy at ther, of Chicago, were hero Saturday large stone, wblck struck him in tho work and almost everything you can being where two or three aro gathered afternoon. The latter will lecture at loft side and knocked tho breath out of think of. There will be bicycle, running together. "Our Visitors," was Hon. Ilustonville this evening. him for awhile. Tho horso then dash- and trotting races each day and induce- Harvey Helm's subject, and as usual owners his efforts were rewarded with cheers. to A good picture and a nice write-u, the ed otT with tho buggy and demolish- ments aro offered both wishthe spend a B. II. Danks, who spoke on "Friended It. to of stock nnd those who of Henry T. Noel, of Mlddlesbo-oship," had carefully prepared his novelist and poet, appeara In Sunday's IlAKD times or other causes mado our few days pleasantly and profitably. Ho is a brother of people respond joorly to the propaga- This Fair last year was a decided suc speech which w;is brimful of good Courier-Journasplendid subject was our townsman, Row R. It. Noel. tion of Row Georgo O. Barnes' gospol. cess, but tho exhibition this year prom things. lils Mil. W. 13. IIOLDKHMAN is now en. In times past he has gotten as much as ises to eclipso tho previous effort. Cat- handled in a most creditable manner. glneerof the Lebanon Roller Mills $2.10 for holding a meeting no longer alogues can bo had at this olllco to- No better subject could have been seand ho will move his family to that hero. This time tho ontlro contribu- morrow and particulars can be had by lected for Joe F. Waters than "Charplace In a few days. Will Stono has tions amounted to a littlo over $00. Tho addressing the efficient secretary, R. ity." He preaches and practices it in season and out His speech was one of i succeeded him at tho water works. special contribution at tho last service II. Ilumm, nt Brodhead. the features of the evening and but for agent at for Miss Mario's benefit, as suggested Khnkst Waiihkn, assistant who strayed off a lack of space we would print it in Sunday to see his by Col. Hill, was about $12. Wo hopo Tub democrats here Pittsburg, was hero after Palmer and Buckner and McKln-lo- y full. W. U. Wearon and J. S. Owsley, parents, no says tho miners of his our Lancaster friends will do better by and Hobart last yeaw very sensibly were on tho program, but tho forsection are not in sympathy with tho tho troupe, which is deserving of all took no action Saturday to further wid- Jr., mer gavo way to Mr. Charles Stan- CO strikers and that between 40 and tho good things of this world. en tho breach. Most of them are for wood, ol Danville, and too latter was cars of coal are being shipped from plenlo held In Vundo-vcer- 's tho ticket nominated and do not wish unable to bo present and Dr. W. B. Tub U. B. F. Pittsburg dally. woods Friday was vory largely to imperii Its success by responding to O'Bannon took his place. Both gen Buitcii and Ella May Misses Essie seemed to enjoy them tho appeals of men, who would fire the tlemen made capital efforts, tho most Saunders returned Saturday from tho attended and all bnud mado music at In- ship slnco they can no longer man it. objectionable feature being their brev solves. A good elocutionary contest at Ellzabethtown practically united ity. Toastmaster Tato called on L. L. of tho tervals, a gamo of baso ball between Democrats hero are and speak In highest praises was played and on a desire for a return to democratic Walker, of Garrard, who declined the promoter, Mrs. J. M. Bruce, and their Danvillo and Stanford tho crowd good rule and will do nothing to prevent tho kept honor, saying that it was too late to bereception there. Miss Lucy Cavanaugh, other amusements gin his speech, which was fully three all day. Thero was a plenty consummation devoutly to bo wished. of Louisville, was uwarded first prize humored Since tho abovo was written, wo hours long, and then tho delightful affor everybody to cat and at night a banPand Miss Luelle Clark, of Danvillo, was served. Not a single caso of learn that a fow of tho faithful met In a fair was brought to a close. Every K. second. Tho first was u elegant lamp, quet In this section repredrunkenness or other disturbance is re- law olllco and named themselves and of P. Lodgetho banquet and was attendand its tho other a handsome stand. to tho credit of the colored others delegates to Louisville conven- sented ported ant pleasantries will bo discussed in brother bo it said. Dr. W. D. Tardif tion, though wo were informed by a tho Castlo Halls of Central Kentucky NEWS, HOME says that the Order netted 363 on tho leading member that evening that no long after Diadem Lodge shall have forgotten it. convention would bo held. Danks ilta spectacles scientifically. entertainmnnt. ' .k'rr-lllllllld m FltKK. Chance at an $i& music box. Ici: cold Ico cream soda water, puro with fivurv lnirc'lmo nf !2."h! worth of fruit syrups at John II. Molr's. jewelry from our elegant line, or U I Prevents Your Hogs from Dying, JiT"Ilut tnnku't tlium fatten. A sure cure. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Wjffiwm&M$&gm$ m k'M Sst igi ft s ZtL. Scfioof Book. Everything In stock to supply your & w fk!H s !5r X wnt. SCHOOL TABLETS - And Stationery nt the Lowest Cash Prices. m m Ki 1.T -J n W. B. MoBOBEETS. DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. in &&f&mffmmimmfow -- - - m imVj SEE oun- - m m Cultivators, Wagons, I3uggiest CHRRIHGES, HARNESS, &C. Best and Largest Line of Implements in town. See us before buying. . nn-oth- er PRICES LOWER THAN EVER Known Before, Satisfaction Guaranteed. m &$mmj!m&$mim&mmmm 1 Sf B. K. WEAR EN St SON. ONLY 50 CENTS For a Pair of tho-e d prayer-meetin- g. LADES Odds and Ends of n, OXFORDS SUes 1 to 5. Orlgnal price SI to $2 We make this very Low Price. our Large Stock. New Wash Goods ! Just opened. Very Late Style; very Low Prices. dee-orat- ed NEW fsJeo f CALICOES St ! our bargain counter of Ketnnaiits of Dress Goods and Wash Goods. well-know- SEVERANCE (SBas s SON. News-Leade- r. mMmmwmwmmffimm fligft Locust Herd Reg. Poland Dim. 38,353. Headed by U. S. lyfOOEI., 1)0. ss to Son of Klever's Model, No. '.'9.710. tho greatest breeding hog living, and HUNDLEY'S CLAUDE, No. 12,091, son of tho WorldV Columbian Champion, Claude, No. 1 1,007. Tine, toppy voung boars rendv 'or service. A fow show gilts old enough to breed, and bred sows, In everv respect, with n HitJcfiilty, for sale, This stock Is strictly first-cla- pedigrees. Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Write your wants or coma nurt bee mv hogs. A few fresh Jersey Cows for sale. They aro good ones. Also Mammoth Pckln Duck A. E. HUNDLEV, Hox 103, Danville, Ky. Eggs. 51 for 1. 40-pa- Superior Disc Drill. Stanford, Ky., April 8, 1897. Missks. IIiggins & McKlnney Dear Sirs I consider tho Superior Disc Drill that I purchased of you the best Drill I ever owned. I sowed about 150 acres of corn land with greater ease and put it in better than I ever did before. Respectfully, John F. Ca.sii. Stanford, Ky., April 3, 1897. MESdits. Higgins ifc McKlnney Gentlemen I have been using Grain Drills for the Inst 25 years, having had several kinds, and after using tho Superior Disc Grain I bought of yon last Fall, J am free to say it surpasses miy I have seen or used. I put in 80 acres and had no trouble from beginning to end, and have never had any implement on my farm that I can more cheerfully recommend to my friends than the Superior Disc Grain Drill. It has the right name, "Superior." B. ClIANCEI.I.OlS. p l. m m ii r - i i? H. S. RUPLEY, THE MER6BANT TAILOR -- .lj u IsJ Receiving his- - i GOODS. SPRING AND SUMMER Give him a Call. Guaranteed. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit C t I , i : Decker llros'. l'lanos. We had a beautiful rain Saturday afHaines llros. l'lano-i- . On Thursday, July 22nd, the Chesaternoon, which, will do our "tntcrs" Hlllugtoii Pianos, JULY 16 & 17. peake & Ohio railroad will run its anD. II. Ilaldwln Pianos, much pood. Xa.'bltoJi.o5.'Svxoo5.a.3ro'.aa4rri.4B.vo nual excursion to Old Point Comfort, Fischer Pianos, Ac. Quite a number have gone from this Rstey Organs, Hamilton Organs and other vn., leaving Lexington at 11:2. A. M., county court and to hear vicinity to Makes. Is Past. To Knjoy the Summer go to and reaching Old Point at noon next nimvEn.v Hon. II. C. Warren's speech See my Goods aud Get Mv I Prices llefore vou V. T. Willi K, Crab Orchard day. Only Sll will bo charged for tho 10 Ijuy. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Newell, of An When not so paid S2.SS will bo charged. W sel, were visiting Mr. Bud Gooch und DanvilleANDNicholasville. round trip and tickets will bo good to return until August Sth. Stopovers wife Sunday. Mrs. L. G. Gooch has PURSE, $100. will bo allowed at any station on return sick several days but is convalesbeen trip, so that our patrons may break the cing. of the Ilelow will be found a complete Bro. Davidson preached Saturday premium to lie nwuided at the Lancaster homeward trip by stopping at any of TIME GIBD and Sunday to very pood sized congrethe beautiful mountain resorts along Fair Friday nnd Saturday. July 10 and IT. Address for Terms, Ac, gations. At the church meeting Satur- Our Garrard neighbors are preparing for n the line. Sleeping car rates will bu jj.'l.ol) per double berth which will C. G. blir.show. nnd their enterprise will no doubt CENTRAL DIVISION. day tho church selected Bros. KENTUCKY two persons. No other GUS. HOFMANN, Proprietor, Caldwell, M. G. Reynolds nnd W. D. D. be rewarded with success. Trains leave Stanford at 7:10 a. til. nnd 1 p. summer trip offers such a diversion and HIRST PAY. returning at : 23 p. in. and 9:03 p. m Hays as trustees. 32 Crab Orchard, Kv. Harness horse or mare, under 0110 year variety of pleasures as a trip to Old (Monday) at ElSchool begins KNOXVILLE DIVISION. second. 510 to lirst. ?5 to Point over the Chosipcako fc Ohio Ry. lison, taught by Mr. John Ware, of old. ,.12 37 p m old and with Its mountains, valleys, rivers and Oriag Bros. Pure Bred Poultry. Harness mare or gelding. No. 21 Train going North : 13 u in .. Pulaski. He has good recommenda- under two. 615 to tlrst. Si to !eeond. " " No. 20 " Poultry Yurd. ,.12 01 piu ItoyloCo. ocean. Special rates of $2.50 per day " South No. 25 " : . 1 27 p 1U tions and we hope the district will have Harness mare or gelding twoyearsoldnnd " " 23 " make A worl to No. at the Chamberlain and Hygola Hotels. tills day nail the farmers. If you up with money In the thne no cause to bo sorry of the selection. under 3. SIS to first and S5 to second. tluin you iimtkop For all Points. They mature earlier with Co., lt Is, we suppose, the first school to Harness mare or gelding 3 years old and For full informationor or sleeping car and keep thormiihlmsl. percent. Thearniuement of more than M a TIlKO'JHll TICKKTS SOU). write to Georgo of profit ard l Mich that there can is- 110 mix In reservation call on our $10 to 2nd. HAC.UAOE CHKCKKD THROUGH. open in tho county and it is very hot under 4. 23 to first, and KOUN131SD 1HOG. We ttiiarantre all lyK fertile when !ilprd Saddlo stallion 3 years old and under 4, W. Barney, dls. pass, agent, Lexing- breed.Ited I'll (lames. Imp. wttlnn ol 15 Uj, UM Tor any Information enquire of for both teacher and pupils. Mr. Win. II. II. " " ton. " Sutlwr Celebrated I'll (!mo " II. Bastln will begin school hero tho $30 to (lrst. and $10 to 2nd. 4 JOE S. MCE, Agent, " " Ji " Whllr-resteIllack 1)1UU Harness mare or gelding, year old and Stanford, Ky. 19th. " " llsl Cap, Imported Free PiHt. " " " over, $33 to lirst, and $13 to 2nd. Illack Mii.omi, hTANKOIll), KY. , Mr. Jack Camden is able to get .Send your address to 11. K. Ruckled A Co , " " ' '" 6 QUEEN & CRESCENT. Sllter Ijiitsl Wyandotte, Saddlo .stallion. 4 years old and over. $30 and get a (rv sample lx of Dr. Mux's New barred Plymouth Hock, ' JI.50 around again after a severe cas-- of fe- to lirst, and $23 to 2nd. Lite Tills. A trial will cuntlucejoti of their merA. O. I.AMUM. JOHN. CASTLkMAX. All breed vore aliove W poluta. Trains paw Junction City ai follows: 11 37 a m No. 2 North i 02 p in ver, but he looks rather thin. Messrs. Saddle mare, any age, $23 to first, nnd $10 its. These pills are easy In action and areand Mck CUAN. HllOS., Iri., Junction City, Ky. No. HSouth ettccthein the euro of constipation 3 4aui " 4 " 112pm " C " No. 3 " are to 2nd. Head.iclie for Malaria aud Liter troubles they 130pm J. B. Perkins and Ashford Johnson 112.1am No. 5 '' hsvu Ui'ii proted Invaluable. 1 liey areguantnlred A WORD TO " 10 " 6 00 a m home from the South during tho hot 8 20 p m Saddle gelding, tiny age. $23 to first, and to he perfectly Ireefrum every deleterious ultance No. 9 i' Note No. S and do not run Sundays, 9 and 10 weather. Miss Mary Reynolds was up $10 to 2nd. and 10 purely YiyetaMe Tliey do not weaken OWNERS. no further South than Junction City, nctlher by ""0 to Harness marc or gelding any age, $23 to andtheir action, but liy K'tluitthe i!cm.tiuacher from Eubanks to visit Miss Eva Gooch NiweW greatly limiMrate o.thcy run Sundays. INSURANCE COMPANY Mie 23c first, nnd $10 to 2nd. II. tcltolrf, bold by Saturday and Sunday. We noticed a Are you Insured If not. why not? FRANKFORT ANTcNCINM ATI RY. good as your Y. saddle mare, or gelding, any age. DrurUti N. of dwellings and barns certain yoiyig man wearing a broad $33 OF LIVERPOOL. by-Firto lirst. and $15 to 2nd. VIA GEORGETOWN. 77(r Triiir Remedy. smile during her stay. M. mare or gelding, to bo r. A. M. A.M Ilest rocknway P.M. A r 12 55 2.00 Lve. Somerset, Died, on tho 8th, of heart trouble nnd shown to rocknwny. $23 to first, and $10 to W. M Ileplne editor Tbkllwa, 235 . "Chief," " Jet. City. 820 " 1131 315 ayi. "We won't keep 1ioiim without Dr. King's BORBEE Si GBlSTLEME. G30 a complication of other diseases, Mr. 2nd. 4 50 ArMJecvetown, Lt 9 35 505 New IHwiircry forCon.uuiptloii, Cough and Cold Involving Hie loss of millions of Kverv ' Frankfort, " 0 30 1155 300 Henry W. Caldwell. 7 20 many others, but nerer pit the dollars'.vear. In his death Sweepstake stallion, any age. $05 to first, Kt rluietittsf withwe exps-o- t to escape Why Mimildjou us.sl Dr. Kiiig'a New lloir. MANAdEltS, true remedy until ArrTarls 8 40 5 30 Waynesburg loses another of her old$25 to 2nd, nnd $10 to 3rd. 6 10 ery. No other remely ran take ii plioe In our from j car to year 1 except Sunday lally In It home, for est citizens. Ho was born May S, 1821, Sweepstake harness mare or gelding, any CoiiizlK, Cold, we have a certain and mi reIteuro Id C.,D.UF.RCAW,G. P A. Commerce .Building, Louisville. U WIkV1ik Couch, itc" Your Property May Bum to exiHTltutMit with other remedies iren If titer are was married to Miss Lucinda Reynolds age, $65 to first, $23 to 2nd. nnd $10 to 3rd. as r Kin;' New Agent Throughout tho Smth. Best game of base ball to 15 contested by urseil mi Jim aj Just a month, within '.' Feb. 2, 1S14. To them were born seven Discovery. They are nut a.i;)d, htrauetbl reins) Within a ear. nlthlii accu$73 to first, $23 t2ud. edy has a record of cures mid Imddes l Kuarautced, liotirs. Wiiy should you excise theloss) children, G of whom survive him, of by It nerer falls t,i satisfy. Trial bottle free at mulation of j ears of 'honest toll to SECOND DAY. It In W. 11. Mcltolwrts' lru Store. whom Mr. E. B. Caldwell, Jr., is the a idnglu tire, which enn year Saddlo stallion, mare or gelding, I .oral Agent, Soliciting a share of your patronage hour oldest. Besides these, he leaves ono old and under. $10 to first, and $3 to 2nd. ltespect fully, Hucklin't .trnicu Satie. Kentucky. brother, E. B. Caldwell, Sr., and two year Stanford, Saddle stallion, mnre or gelding. The iHfst salve In tho world for cut.. bruUes JESSE D. WEAEE2T, sisters. He joined tho Masonic order old and under 2, $13 to first. 5 to 2nd. sores, ulcer. salt rheum, fever ores. tetter, chap. and all ln eruptions. March 20, 18(53, and I am told always Saddle stallion, mare or gelding, lsl hands, chilblain, corn 110 pay rciulred. Ills General Agent. - - - - Stanford. Ky lt iKMltlvely cures plies or and under 3. 20 to first, 10 to 2nd. lived up to Its rules. He had been a guarajteed toiitvv vrlect satuiactton ur money re consistent member of Double Springs Saddlo mare or gelding. 3 years old and mnded, I'rlce 23 centi 1st box. I or sale by it U. D. MclUiberts, lruPi;Ui. Baptist church about 13 years. He under 4, 23 to first, nnd 10 to 2nd. Saddlo maro or gelding. 4 years old and told Bro. Davidson a few days beforo TOOUUEACOLDIN ONE DAV. DF.AI.RR IN over, 30 to first, und 10 to Snd. his death that he was ready to go at Ilest loy rider 15 years old and under, a Take Laxative llromo Quinine rablets All STANKOItD, KY. Driirfislst refund the money If It falls to Cure. For any time and had been ready for 15 resident of Garrard county, 20. Craig A Mocker and U. Pleasby W II U rnuv, I'rtiKvl't, Stauford, Ky. years. His health had been falling for rates of repslrleR done at reitonsM I'alr matched harness mares or geldings All kinds bitlifactloo Rusraoeed L'lihoUtcrlag a ipecUlty. a number of months and had required any ngo. 30 to first, and 10 to 2nd. REASONS WHYCHAMHEKLAIN'S COMC. Combined stallion any age, 30toflrst, 15 a constant nurse for more than 40 days CHOLERA AND WARR1I.KO REM and found as kind and attentive one as to 2nd. EDY IS THE REST. Phonton 1'ony Wi hands high, and undir' he could wish In his son, Dan, who was 1. Because It affords almost Instant reAbsolutely Pure. constantly with him for 41 days to min- 20 to first, nnd 3 to 2nd. of pain In the stomach, colic and lief lu Roadster stallion 4 years old and over. 50 choleracnu morbus. Celebrated for Its great leavening strength and ister to his wants, until ho quietly to first, und 23 to 2nd. Fertilizers and Oonl. 2. Hecanso It Is the only remedy that neKentucky High-Grad- e healthfulne. Assures the food against alum and Hnitonville. - alt forms of iadulteratlon so common In tho cheap passed away Thursday evening. After mare or gelding, any age. 35 ver falli In tho most suvero cae-- of dysenCombined brands. tery aud dlarrhaa. Ooods Warranted a Repr'sentol. Ofllce on funeral services at tho house by Bro. to first, aud 15 to 2nd. Offers hi. wrrlces to the Pl'' Royal Haki.no Powdfr Co., New York. :t. Ilecaue lt Is the only remedy that will and Cay counties Full stock of ttttnsatid Mnln Street, opiwislto F.lmoro'a Store, Davidson, his remains were followed to stallion, mare or gelding, any cure chronic dlarrluea. Walking . hand. Stanford, Kentucky. . 4. Double Springs Cemetery by a largo age, 35 to first, and 15 to 2nd. A', a w.ni'v Recausu lt Is the only remedy that will turnout, single horvj to vehicle, prevent bilious colic. Kuncy crowd of relatives and friends, whtire J I. TOTTRN. Salmmax. 5. Recuse lt Is the only remedy that will I can now supply tho people with Fresh after propor ceremonies, they were laid 25 to first, 13 to 2nd, aud 10 to 3rd. lyOJSL 6c cure epidemical dysentery. Candy of many varieties and superior excel- to 6. Rocause It Is" tliu only retnedv that can rest by the Masonic fraternity. The Sweepstake stallion roadster, OS to first, lency evpry day. I am making It myself TMOROUOMRRRD ulwuis Imj depended upon In cases of chole 23 to Snd, nnd 10 to 3rd. n wife and sor und guarantee satisfaction. 01 vu mo a call. feeble and ra Infantum. 1h ! mare or gelding to Model J. A. STEPHENSON, Stanford. T. Reca'usu It Is the most prompt and rowing family have the symyathies of shown to stallion,any age, 23 to first, aud Corn imd Urty, tbc Railroad halter, lu use for bowel most reliable medicine near prom THE INTERIORJOURNAL t ww t"t; , r( LANCASTER FAIR EXCURSION TO OLD POINT COM- WflYNESBURG, PORT. The Winter PIANOS AND ORGANS. 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FIXTXTy, n li r . .1. r Senator Stanford for the most valuable s)Ot Amos Wilkina was kicked by a equine tho world has ever known. The mule. We hope he is in heaven, but most valuable book in tho world is a so far his relatives have been unable to Hebrew Blblo now in tho Vatican, In genital, ; Stanford. : Ky- - trace him." 1512 Popo Julius refused to sell it for One would scarcely expect to find biOffice on Lancaster street at Residence Its weight in gold, which would have cycles and a bicycle club in the heart The Imperial amounted to $10.1,000. of Africa, SSO miles from any railroad. A. S. PRICF, diamond is considered the llncst stouo One club In Buluwayo, Matabelcland, of its kind in tho world. The Nizam Surgeon South Africa, is in a nourishing condi- of Hyderbad offered 82.150,000, the Dentist, tion, having 25 members. UfflfRE largest price over known for this diaSuicidal escape from tho heat via the mond. Tho costliest meal ever served Stanford. Uy. water route is liable to turn out a mere was a supper given by Kelius Vorun to Office orer McRoWts" Drug Store In the Owsley jumping from tho frying pan into tho a dozen guests. It Is said to have cost Hulldlng. fire. Better endure tho ills wo have $242,500. than fly to those wc have no personale MBMOK1(M10IN1OIN1 knowledge of. Times. Efforts on tho part of physicians in THE POPULAR charge the insane asylum for women nt Strnn?cr. Thoro scums to ba a Sun the City of Mexico, to discover some IM 1!tiMilllilllili day law in this town. aafo narcotic which should produce Resident Ye3, sir. If you want to sleen. have resulted in bringing Into (NIMQMOMMOINIOIM pot shaved you will have to wait until dally use In that Institution a simple Monday. remedy prepared from tho seed of a IMO(N10MMOIMOIN1M Stranger. Oh, I don't want to get white seapoto. It produces a tranqui ahaved. I want to gut drunk. sleep, and since it hns been used no Resident. Come with me. New deaths from cerebral congestion hao York Weekly. IXVfn. Stanford's two banks are tho best been known at tho institution. managed institutions in tho blue grass A libel law passed June .'50 by the and they control most of Rockcastle's Pennsylvania Legislature provides that M banking business. Signal. in all criminal prosecutions for libel, if tho matter charged as libelous Is In v 'V BMOINIM In a Glasgow car was an aged Irish-rai- the opinion of tho court, proper for who held a pipe in his mouth. public Information, the truth may bo M Tho conductor told him ho could not given in evidence to the jury; and that smoke but ho paid no heed. Presently in any civil action for libel there shall the guard came Into tho car and said bo no recovery if it is established that irritution: with a M0IM3) MM tell youshow ofcouldn't smoke"Didn'tthisI the publication Is substantially true you in und is lit for public information. Well, Ol'tn not smoking." car?" James W. Brewer, of Mt. Olivet, 'Yod'vc got a pipo in your mouth." (M0MM0IN! 'So Ol have mo feet In mo boots," re- this State, whoso death occurred a few O(Mu01M0INlM01NllQ) plied Pat, "but Ol'tn not walking." days ago, set out the tree from which Scottish Nights. his cotlln was made. In 1801 ho thought MM i ho was going to die and the lumber MM Tho county superintendent of Floyd was sent to an undertaker by his reFRANK J. RKKD, county removed A. L. Stephens as a quest. He recovered and supervised Chtcaso. O.l. A v.. it. iiAcnN.. trustee because ho could not read and cotlln. of (MO I).r.An Louisville. IfpniTJl write. Tho Stato superintendent re- tho making his versed tho action on MQIMG)iB)iNl(Q) Stephens wasn't giventho ground that A boy at girl gave birth to a last Springfield, Ohio, proper, notico of week. tho proceedings against him. . compl.-ilntsto 2nd. Recatise lt produces no bad results. Sweepstake saddle mare or gelding, any i), liecau-- o It U pleasant and safe to take. Uncle Sam's postal department is al age, 35 to first, and 15 to 2nd. 10. Recause It has saved the llvesiif more ways is proposed hereIt Double team, regardless of sox. color or people than any other medicine lu tliu after in New York to send a postal har- ownership, (10 to first, 25 to 2nd, 10 to 3rd. world. The 23 and 30c uln-- for sale by Craig A bor boat to meet an incoming steamer, Sweepstake roadster stallion, mnre or Hooker. Drugglstis, Stanford, Ky. so that the mail may be transferred and gelding, any age, 75 to first. 35 to 2nd, n distributed for the whole country be- und 15 to 3rd. "Last summer one of our was hick with a novero lxiwel trouble," bays fore the vessel reaches the dock. Six Costly Th'inqs. Tho biggest Mrs. E. O. (Jrvgory, of Fredcrlckstown, Io. It has just been discovered that price for a painting was that jMiid for "Our doctor's) remedy bad fulled, then we tried Chamberlain' L'ollc, Cholera aud Dlnr-rha- 'a among tho bills past by tho last LegisM. Chanehard Remedy, which gave very itiieedv relature of Massachusetts was ono mak- Melssonler's "1814." lief." For sale by gave $170,000 for It. The most costly gists, Stauford, Ky. Craig A Mucker, Drug, ing it a crime to sell or wear building of modern times is that of the so that every milliner in tho Vou may hunt the world over and you New York State capltol at Albany. Commonwealth and nearly every woequal to will not Hud Nineteen million, six hundred thous- Chamberlain's another medicine Diarrhoea Colic. Cholera aud man is liable to arrest. In Remedy for Uiwel complaints. It Is pleasand dollars have been spent on it. A rude slab In an old Georgia cornA 1892 Malcolm Forbes paid $150,000 to ant, safe nnd reliable. For .sale by Crul r ) Mocker. Stanford, Ky. field bears tho inscription: "On this the entire neighborhood. e. 15 Order Office and Feed - Stanford; Mreet, latelyKentuolcy. J. II. lllggW. Mill Satisfaction guarsnlessJ, s NOTICE artist In thectautrv 1 grand-childre- Crab Orchard now has the tlnest tonorlal In the person of mmuei. lliaKKMOiie, who handles the scissors and I have opened a shop al the forks' of the l,lm w,,,,,,.ou llustouvlllii and Mltledgevllle pikes, near c'lU raair lu M'rt stvlu' ntvllth " haircut. -- . want a clean nluiVKur Mr. F. Reld'n and urn prepared to do all kinds of llonra ready for itcrvlcc. (lilt anil sowi ulrs'ady bred, Pl of either kex. not akin. Questions und correspondence promptly niiNwured. J. M. A H. J. MeBODESTS, SUnforl. JHL a?-o- vtidKht, fatten oawlly at nny niru, attain the lific of all The most breed, irrvnt-eat birds-feathers- NOTICE ! Blacksmithing and Woodwork, Mason Hotel J.X.Jones, MilS. U. D.SIMPSON, I'ror.. : At thu lowest prices and lu tliu lnst mniiuer. I gunrantco all my work. I will take all Administrators, and ttticli kinds of country produce, except for horso Al Ktiardlaiis, a settlement with the nhoelng which Is 00 cenl.s, cash. Plea.su glvu who have not made Lincoln County Court In thu last two years 1110 a share of your patronage. are herebv untitled to cotnu forward at onco 1 C. II. MAYES. and settle' or they will be proceeded iiguluil W. I.. DAWSON. accordliiL'toIaw. Judjjo Lincoln Csiuutj Court. 20 - i Farmers Bank& Trust Co. OF STANFORD, KY. Lancaster, Kentucky. s. TIN IMD SHEET 1M WORKS, Pali up Capital, Surplus, $200,000 00 17,603 80 Newly furnifihud; clean beds; splcndtd I ISole proprietor of Dean's Illack Diamond Roof i'orterri Vulnt. F.stluiate jurulihed for paintlliK wood, table. Kverylhing tirst-clasSO m :ct metal and Inin root. Satlllractlou Kuarauiisni. an trains roofs palnte.1 with DeJii'a Illack Diamond ftlnl 111 uisuru uui warrant! Tor years. Uealer (lalsauliedaiid Illack iidtiihaiiUtsl Inm niter, STANFORD, KY., TO THE PUBLIC! Of Iron Hooting of all kinds. il-t- f Lincoln and Qarrard. Ol D mmu nsroTioiE ! Ity provisions of Its charter, deitnltors are a fully protected as are debitors In National lUuks, held Indlrldually liable to Its shareholder theexttiit of the amount of their stock therein at the pur value therruf, In addition to the amount Invested In such shares It may act a executor, trustee, Ac, a fully as auludtvldual. Tendering our thanks to those who hateeutriut-e- d their luislueM to us, we trust llioy will oontluus to do so, aud we otter as n Kiiunintwfur prompt attention to same our 80 years' eipertenre la ailltieralaccouituodatlous asare consistent with sound banking. Is-l-n bank-Ingan- il OMOMIMIMQ Owing to the wet weather last year most all of the wheat lu the country i'u (Inning-e- d, and to do our customers; Justice wo had to grind It for them lu order to hold our custom, iinil 0 for others who were custom ers of other mills which would not accommodate theli old customers, and us they have good wheat this year we think they ought to putroulc us as others would not accommodate them last year. Our (lour this year will give the best of hittisfactlot and wo will guarantee lt to till, as wo have new cloths In our mills. ThaukH for past favors. Wo are Very Respectfully Your, 11I.-- All iwiwiis ilclrlDi 1jcust 1'osta for iilauk fence, post and railing or wire feme can find what they want at my store near Cedar Creek, 011 the pike I also lradlnii from Cralt Orchard to Stanford keep on hand a supply of plank for fenelns. All kinds oCluml-e- r for hiilldlu,! ptiri)ea; alo hoards and ahlnide. All persons dilrliK uliy aructo 01 this kind can call on me at my store near Cedar O. W. S INOI.LTUN. 3.' Creek. UIMKCTOHS, J. J. J. Williams. Mt. Vernon; W. It. Cummins, lWchenvllle; J. S Owsley, Sr., J. H.Owsley, William (iicb, S. II. Shanks, S. J. Kiubry, J. F. Cash, K. Lynn, J. A. W. Carpenter; . N. Mcncd-e- S. II. Shanks. President: orriciks. SHELBY & SHELBY, Proprietor J. II. Owsley, Caililcr; W.M. Ilrlglit, Teller 3S-- 2t KRRD & LANDV. N " LIVEBY.FEED& BALE STABLE FIRSTNATIONALBANK OF STANFORD, umum OM0M mm Q '"BIG JIOUTC n, 4: . JunctionlClty, Ky. First-Clas- KY. The Rest Line toand From MS TOLEDO AND DETROIT All Point lu Michigan. 0KI CHICAGO. "White City Special." lieit Terminal Station, ST. LOUIS. Avoiding tho Tunnel 0M0((e)(N10(Nl mu BOSTON. WajnerSleeptuj Cars. NEW YORK. Uuttet Parlor Cars, Warner Sleenliiz Cars, Prlrat Compartment Cars, Elegant Coaches and Dining Cars. Ue sure your tickets read E. O. MCCORMICK. s Turnout, prompt attention, rcry Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus $15,760. reasonable rates A portion of your lutroiiagu Is IS respectfully solicited Attention ot the public la called to the fact that this Is the only National Hank In Stanford. Under the provisions ot the National Hank Act depositor! are secured not only by thu capital stock, HAS!. &C. but by the stockholders' liability lur an amount 10 WW, opial in the stock, so that deiosliori of this Institution are secured by a fund o' t'.X0,0uO. Klre sworn Money to loan on lmprored city properly or pro- statements ol tho condition ot the Hank aroiuade ductive farms In Stanlord and Lincoln touuty al each year to the. United States Government and Its G per cent . payable Alsu 1 wll assets arc examined ut stated times by government furnish bonus for public or corporation utliclalst agents, thus securing additional and period satet' Rxecutors, AdmlnUtratorsor (iiiardiaiisal reason, to deiwsltors. This Institution originally established sj the De able late. Am agent for four of the lyt Klre Insurance Compaules iloinx buslneM lu Kentucky and posit Rank of Stanford In ltkSd, then reorgsnlzcd as solicit trona! of proertv holder In Stanford. the National Uank ofSUutotd n l.sfj andagaln liaiea sauieasotuer tsimiiaiiies iioiiik ihimuum nerv reorganized as the First National Rank of Stanford IllNON, AgL In lttiU. ha hail Dractlrallr an uninlerruntisi iln. WALLACE i:. ence for 33 years. It ia better supplied now wIC I facilities for transacting business promptly and liberally than over nefore In Its long and honorable career. Accounts of Individual. fliluMnrt.. Mr,,.. and Individuals solicited. No. 52012, WB MS D0PS6YQQLDDUST six-pou- .wgipgi. ifci ' ing colt. Also jack, Roscoe, ut (i 1 REID. a living colt. N. R. Dorsoy Oolddust hai produced a D. H. MARTIN, class of combined horses that attract buy orncaaj, (Jen. PaM, A Tkt. A jt. rasenierTramrJVgr rs and bring good prices, regardless of panI. S. Mocker, I'realent; ' J. J. McRoberti, Caihler CINCINNATI, OUIO. A. A. McKlnnay, AiUt8jCaiitr. , ics. rla "DIG FOUR that sell for good price, will innku tho prei-cseason at Tex Dollars to Insure a liv- Producer of combined and horses ut UIKKCTOM. Mocker, to Insure J. S. Tanner, K. L. -- " W. Hayden, SUnford T.r. Mill." ' McKlnney. W. A. Trlbbje, J.IL Collier.Crah Orch'dj M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. M, D.LI more, Stanford. , S. II. Ilangnuian, F. Held, Lincoln Co.; S. T. Harris, " J. - ' r'-- " ' - -- r in , si " . iiti . - ''--! Ji- 1111 . v j '4- - .. imJLAfTt , ,h, -,- Ti- - - . ",.lnfcitfttej,' ttdMlPtimnMi, ittti