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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897072001 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. SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVI. RELIGIOUS. Y LANCASTER. INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY, JULY 20. 1897. Sweepstake harness mare or gelding, any age. 805 to first. 23 to 2nd. and IOio3rd; on CarM'nler milliliter, prom, and cur. i link's her .V McElwaln. 3d money. NO. 41 MATRIMONIAL. James Miller, aged and Mls were married 70, Au-rella Miss Mary Miller will entertain The Epworth Lciitfuura, :!0,000 stronjr, tire currying everything before tlioinut Thursday evening In honor of guest, Miss Jenn'e Portwood, of Toronto. Hev. W. A. Boriim has ncccptcil the Miss Debbie Mae, tho attractive call of the Haptlst church at Someiot and preached hlo llrst liormoii Sunday. daughter of Dr. J. D. Hatson, will be Dr. J. H. Hoyett, of Lexington, ar- married on Wednesday evening at the rived yesterday and he and Kev. 11. It. residence of her uncle, It. II. Hatsou, Mahony began a protracted meeting at to Mr. Presley Simpson Adkerson. The happy pair will be at home at South l'reacherijvllle last night. MUa Mary Conoven, a young Clover. Uoston, Va., after July 2.1. Hev. George O. Itarnes' meeting will jHjrt lady of gootl fnmlly, has gone otT with the salvation army. Her folks not elo-- o before Tuesday night, after which ho will go to Owingsvllle or claim that she Is demented. After making a fortune out of manu- Winchester. The time of his meeting facturing tobacco. Maj. lloynolds. of here was not favorable, on account of Itrlstol, Tenn., has sold out because he tho Pair, but much good has been done has como to the conclusion that the and his oworful sermons will be long remembered. business Is wrong. Tho Garrard County Colored Join'. Neighboring associations will bo had this year as follows: South Kentucky Fair Association will bo held at the at Somerset August 10; South District Fair graunds near Lancaster on Friday at Lancaster Aug. 17; 'fates' Creek at and Saturdiiy, Aug. (J and 7. A board Ilcrea Aug. -- I and Cumberland Klver of SO directors from adjoining counties ut Kphosus, near Crab Orchard, Aug. have have formed a combination to give one of the largest and most at.'11. There Is a preacher hero In Stanford tractive entertainments of tho kind evthat "mixes" vlth the people in very er given in the State A grand barbenear the prowr way. In an utTection-at- e cue will also be given on the llrst day way I might say he 'Ms one of the to the dilTcreut lodges and oooloties boys." Ho gets down oir of the porch that come out for the SK) prize given of dignity, as It were, where some to the order which turns out the greatpreachers seem to think they must est number, to be enrolled on the btlllly sit, and makes even children feel grounds. A 10 prize will be given "at home" In his presence. 1 refer to to tho best brass band, not less than KlderJ. T. Sharrard, pastor of the four contesting. $700 will bo given In Christian church. At a picnic here premium.", Including contests and stock the other day, which all the Sunday-scho- shows. Secial trains from Cincinnati children attended, a brass band and Louisville. James Combs, .Danfurnished the music and Itro. Sharrard ville, president; A. Carr, Stanford, Frank Lackey, Lancastickled the children wonderfully by assisting the musicians by Injallng the ter, secretary: Win. King, Lancaster, bas drum and ho showed that he ass't see'y. could play music as well as preach. A Our fair now makes another bright man that takes pleasure In trying to page in tho history of Garrard county. make others happy, In any and every It has parsed and nothing occurred to way he can, Is the one that Is always mar tho happiness of any one, the even falling to materialize. The the most otfoctlvo preacher, and such a one is Itro. Sharrard. J. F. W. In circus did not arrive and we are bettor olT, though some uro dissatisfied on that Harrodsburg Sayings. account; but none of our people are to Speaking of James Redoubtable Hind-ma- be blamed for Its failure to apcar. A an the Louisville Times calls him, small crowd was In attendance on Fri Glasgow News Is reminded of what day on account of the threatening the Wtn. Stewart, of Adair, once said of weather, but ubout 4,000 jnioplo were hi in and his fondness for making an ad- ou the grounds Saturday and the dress, which ho does on the slightest friends of tho olllcers and stockholders provocation: "When the last shock who labored so hard to make it a sue. shall come to bury the nations In one cess will bo glad to learn that they will universal heap of ruin; when the pale not lose anything. Tho show of stock nations of the dead shall arise and as- was good and the coiuutitlon was livesemble to receive the reward premised ly. Lincoln county was better reprethe faithful and the cursed from the sented, us to iKioplc in attendance, than foundation of the world; when the re- any adjoining county. cording angel shall open tho great book Among the distinguished guests were of accounts: when peace by the authori- Gov. James D. McCreary, who gave a ty of tho Creator of heaven and earth premium of 50, Col. Craddock, of shall assume stillness, and the just are Paris, who stood In the broiling sun for awaiting that welcome applaudlt, "Well one hour, waiting for some one to give done thou good and faithful servant," him the name of one of our beautiful and tho wicked that dreaded condemna- ladles, uH)n whom he was gazing, while tion, "Depart from mo ye cursed," his youthful chocks were crimson and down the aisle will come Jim Hlndman, his eyes sparkled with the deeiest ad In breathless anxiety and supenso for miration, J. S. Owsley, Jr., who Is sure fear that time will bo brought to a close to bo Commonwealth's attorwithout his assistance, and in tones ney, James Maret, editor of the Mt. loud enough to drown the sound of Ga- Vernon Signal, and that gifted jourbriel's trumpet, the crash of dissolving nalist, Joe F. Waters. planots and tho wreck of worlds will William P. Woodcock, of Danville, exclaim, 'Check this business and let won tho W0 prize for the best shot at me make tho opening address !' live pigeons, killing 10 out of 20. defeated Danville in the match Hundreds of people are preparing to game of base ball, getting $7o, while loavo Seattle for tho gold Holds In boys Alaska. It Is said the claims now stak the Danville5 .'I. received iib. The alToitl employment for ."i.OOO score stood to ed out will The following Is tho list of premiums men. Wages in the mines are il'i per awarded and names of successful comday. It Is declared there Is no danger except those that wore deof food giving out. Conservative men petitors, clared otr iu the evening on account of think there Is room for hundreds more a heavy rain, but which were afterpeople. The Negro who outraged and mur- ward exhibited and not recorded, as dered Miss Hone Williams at West the secretaries had loft the grounds: PIUST DAY. Point, Tenn., was captured and taken HuriU'ss horse or mart', under one your to tho girl's home, where a mob of 600 to M'coml. A. E. Hundof the best coplo In tho place stiuucd old. $10 to tlrst, l. ley, of Itoylo, premium; V. V. Curry. him to death and burned his body. The certificate. Intention was to burn him at the stake, ilurmis mare or gelding. old ami but the mob was too eager. umlur two. SIS to first, irft to second; Gay Charles Dolmonlco, the present head lirui.. Woodford, premium; A. V.. IltiudUy, s New York res- certificate. of tho taurants, Is reported 111 and demented Harness mart' or gelding two yea mold a ml in Paris. The last preceding proprie- under 3, SIS to llrst and 83 to .second; Gay Pros., prem.; A. K. Hundley, cer. betor of these renowned eating-house- s Harness mure or gelding 3 years old and came Insane, wandered olT In the hills under A. 25 to first, and 510 to '.'ml; Halts A; of Now Jersey, and, strungo Irony of McElwaln, Mudlsou, piem.i J. II. Vanarn-dul- l, fato, starved to death. Mercer, cer. Miss Willlo Thornell, of Livingston, Harness maro or gelding, 4 yearn old and Ala., robed herself for the'grave, wrote over. SIIS to llrst, anil 15 to 2nd; Carpenter ti half dozen farewell letters and then milliliter, Ilourbon, prem. and cer. Saddle stallion years old and under 4, took enough laudanum to kill her. She had quarreled with her mother ti few $10 to llrst, and 10 to '.'nd; A. E. Hundley, days previous and brooded over It day prem. Saddle Htalllou, 4 years old and over, 30 and night till she took her life. to first, and i3 to Mid; Hales & McElwalu, Woman aro now taking u hand iu tho prem.; T. H. Thornton & Son, Marlon, cur, mining strike by urging tholr husbands Saddlo mare, any age, 25 to first, and 10 to deeds of violence. Hunger Is caus- to 2d; W, L. Evans, Lincoln, prem.; Hales ing deep muttcrlnga of discontent, und ,t McElwaln, cor. Saddle gelding, any age, 25 to first, and a thouond miners are said to be marching on Cannonsburg. Serious troublo 10 to 2d; Hales & McElwaln, prem. Is feared. Harness tnaru or gelding any age, 25 to Law-rencubuol THE STKNFORD f FETCHLE C0LLEG6 t: NEXT SESSION WILL HEOIN SEPT. 0. 10T. Ferguson, 18, at Some changes will then be made In the work of the teachers so as to secure a greater SECOND DAV. elllclonry In all departments. Vancoburg. Saddle Htullloii. mare or guiding, 1 year Miss Martin Thomas Phelps, aged 75, and Mrs. give special will be principal of the Primary and Preparatory Departments and will old und under, 10 to first, and 5 to 2nd: C. Polly Smith, 0.1, were married at Miss Harrisattention to the smaller puiills. will give lessons In Art. Elofutlon. Physical Culture. Tree Hand Drawing, T. Worthlnglon, Hoyle. prem.; W. V. Curry, and will teach classes In Heading and History. ' Illoomlugton, III. cer. Mis, Cowen will continue to give lessons In Instrumental and Vocal Music and iu Voice A Council Blulls citizen was lined $.'10 Ciiltiiro. Saddle stallion, mare or gelding, 1 year aud under 2. Uuy Hros., prem.; O. T. Worth- for kissing a girl without her consent, Dr. Shelton nnd Mrs. Snuflev will have charL'o of classes in the Collocate Drnmrtment. I'or further Information callI on Mrs. Saulley at the College or write to llor for Catalog uf lnglon. cer. and falling to plead emotional insanity. Saddle stallion, mare or gelding, 2 years Clayton oung, of Lincoln, and Miss and under.'), (Jay Pros., prem.: W. V. CurNellie Brackctt, of Pulaski, were marry, cer. ried by Judge W. M. Catron. Report Saddle ninro or gelding. 3 years and umlur er. 4. J. Itobliisou, Garrard, prem.: Hales A A runaway couple were married .McElwaln, cer. , Oners Instruction In Agriculture. Mechanical Engineering. Civil Engineering, three lines Suildlu mure or gelding 4 years aud over. aboard a steamer on tho Ohio during a of Scientific Study, viz: Mathematical, Hlologlcal and Chemical, Classics and Pedagogy, Hales ,"k McElwaln, prem.; W. S. Drye, Lin- violent storm. They had been refused each of which leads to a degree. coln, cer. license at Ironton. Twenty-EigProfessors and Assistants. Laboratories and Museums largo untl well Hoy rider 15 yours old and under, a resiJames Clark, of Paducah, .aged 70, equipped. County appointees receive I'ree Tuition, Matriculation, l'uel and Lights nnd dent of Uurrnrd, Henry Henge, s yours old. has 25 living children. He has been Room Kent. Traveling expenses also given to appointees who remain tho full collegiate sou of Juliet' Itlco Ilonge. prem.; Green Clay married three times and his youngest year. Hoard in dormitories S2.23 per week. Iu private families S2.50 to S3. Hoard, uniWalker, miii of Judge Walker, cer. arrived last week. form, books and washing need not exceed SI20 per year. Pair matched mures or geldings, any age. Pall Term Heglns Second Thursday In September. Preliminary Examinations first MonPresident McKInlcy will be among A. E. Hundley, prem.; W. L. Evans, cer. the guests at the wedding of Miss Fran- day In Septomlcr. Combined stallion, any age. Hates .V For catalogues and other Information apply to prt'in.; T. II. Thornton ,V Son, cer. ces Hayes, daughter of the lato PresiRoadster stallion, 4 years old and over, J. dent R. B. Hayes, to Ensign Smith, U. JRMES K. PflTTEHSON. Ph. O-- , L. L. ., Prcs. E. Huster. Hoyle, prem.; C. P. Cecil. Jr.. S. N., Sept. 1. Hoyle. cer. TheSomerset Reporter says that Sam Combined mare or gelding, any age, 33 L. Lewis, of Texas, and Miss Georgie 15 to 2nd; Hales A McElwaln to first, aud Sumner were married near town under prem: W. S. Drye, cer. a wide oak tree in the picnic Phuetoo piny. Tip aud Hurry llruru. of grounds known us Watts' woods, by Having considered the question from almost every standpoint, we have decided to adopt the Hoyle. prom.; A. II. Drake. Hoyle. cer. WulUIng htalllou, mare or gelding, any Rev. E. B. Hill. Mrs. Jennie Hunter, one of the age. 33 to llrst. and 15 to 2nd; Hud Dunn. Madison, prem.; J. II. Parks. Garrard, cer. wealthiest women in Cripple Creek, Taney turnout, single horse to vehicle, Col., and Rev. Early R. Redmond, of 25 to first. 15 to 2nd, aud 10 to 3rd; Mrs. Lexington, were married a week after Mra Owsley Hlcu, accompanied by Mrs. Suo his divorce from his llrst wife. She an- Heglnnlng July 1, 107. believing that It will be more satisfactory to both buyer and seller. Hrlght Vougor. prem.; Lawrence Hogers. swered his No bad debts will accumulate, consequently wo can sell goods cheaper. It will take much advertisement for a wife. with Miss l'rench. of Danville, cor.: C. P. At Pinevllle, Joseph Henry Ramsey less capital, our o.xpetises will be less and there Is every reason why the cash system will Cecil. Jr.. with MUs llaughnian. Danville, waa granted a divorce from Cora Ram- prove satisfactory. Wo only ask you to try It awhile and If you find It Is not to your adthird. vantage, wo will not kick on your buying from merchants who sell on credit. Wo are satSwoeslake stallion roadster. 05 to llrst, sey, who was formerly Mrs. Thomas H. isfied wo can sell you goods from 10 to 23 psr cent, cheaper than the credit men and thl Stark, of Louisville. It will bo re25 to 2nd. and lo to 3rd; J. E. Huster. preshould certainly lie an Inducement to you. Very truly, mium: Carpenter .V: Hunter, cer. ; C. P.Ce- membered thut several months ago, the cil, Jr., third. woman left her now husband for the State College of Kentuoky. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, ht 1 A Word To You. THE CASH SYSTEM, FARRfS & fr-k- lr n, Nich-olasvll- le .1 Gar-riin- world-famou- U -- bomotlmcd an epidemic disease. otherwise Slgnor Bumpldepmn, Mr. Paderowskl, Is limiting known as his lucome this year strictly to $10,000 per week. A N. Y. Central train ran from Syr- a. .r. rintTnln. , 140 miles. . In 137 mln- UKU9U w " . -utcs. vations havo convinced him thut appen dicitis la not only a contagious, but A Moscow doctor says that his obser- 1 first, and 10 to 2nd; Carpenter & Hunter, prem.; Hales Si McElwaln, cer. N. V. saddle mare, or gfeldlng, any age, 13 to 2nd; Carpenter A 333 to first, and Hunter, prem.; Hales & McElwaln, cer. Host rocWaway mure or gelding, to bo shown to rockaway, 25 to first, ami $10 to 2d; Haugliman Una., Hoyle, prem.; Hen Dunn, Lincoln, cer. Sweepstake stallion, an age, 05 to llrst, S25 to 2nd, and 10 to 3rd; T. II. Thornton & Sou, prem.; Hales Si McElwalu, cur. William Sterling, a- tramp printer, went in Mrs. Jacob's hotel at RockaAb Kerney, was acquitted for the way Beach nnd asked to be permitted kUlini; of Kd Montgomery at Jellico. to run his lingers over tho piano keys. Dr. O. P. Ilerndon. of HarbourvlHe, He played some airs. The widow fell uged 7S, took morphine with suicidal in love with him and they'll be married intent. in September. Tho widow's cash is not Tho Glades, Laurel county, has a a cent losa than $200,000, and Billy Is S& Wo are prepared to store wheat at a less price than you can store it your- x! now postmaster in the person of Steph- helping himself to elf. Call and see us and we beer with both en Box. hands. Hock Mason, a dosjerado, was killed Miss Mary B. Davis, of Louisville, by Luke Connelly, an L. & N. watch-inin- i, and Georgo C. King, Western agent of " wfl ut Paris. tho Flnzer Brothers' Tobacco CompaPalace Is the name of a new Russell ny at St. Louis, were married For vou. at San e county and C. C. Thomas has Francisco In less than a week after they been appointed jKMtumster. tirst saw each other. They were deleThe Standard Oil Co., has madeCor-bl- u gates to tho Christian Endeavor Cona barrelling station, with Dan Wil- vention and were Introduced on tho ill v Mi liams, late of Uarbourvllle, In charge. train. The bride ia Bp3T J Jf- -j J.JSbJ gai. j' "iji"! C' J"T " jtmSS" Pm a daughter of the iii Tho handsome new 8100,000 public chairman of tho republican county building at Richmond was formully ded- committee of Jellerson. It waa a genicated to the public service last week. uine case of love at first sight. A dispatch says that tho largo saw Girls, hero's a chance for you. Thos. aud grist mill near Middleburg, be- J. Lipton, the immensely wealthy longing to Richard flatter was destroy- Scotchman who gave $125,000 to the ed by lire. Loss 31,500. Princess of Wales' Jublleo fund to During the Tennessee Centennial and International Exposition at Sash-villRev. William P. Craig died at tho feast tho poor of London, la In New Tenn , a low rate special tarijf has bten established for the sale of homo of his father, Dr. Willis Green York and wants a wife. Sa" he: "I've tickets from Cincinnati and other terminal pjints on the Queen ifc Crescent Craig, In Chicago. The remains were always been a great admirer of Ameri Xoute. can women, and that's why I'm begin brought to Danville for interment. Tickets are on sale daily until further notice to Chattanooga at 4,55 one S. Ornstoin, proprietor of tho Econ- nlng my search for a wife here. Mon way or fl.OO round trip from Junction City, the round trip tickets being omy dry goods store In Danville, died ey or position haa nothing to do with It. good tecen days to return; other tickets, with longer return limit, at 87.30 suddenly Saturday. He came to Dan- I'd aa boon marry a poor New York girl and at SO.Door the round trip. ville froji Louisville a short time since. aa the richest Duchess In London These rates enable the public to visit Xuthville and other Southern points I is a good wife." C. C. Gossett, an aged and respected What want at rates never before ojjercil. Vestibuled trnim of the finest class are at the disposal of the pibsenger, ajfording a moit pleamnt trip, and enabling one citizen of the Cain's Store section of Lancaster Fair. The exhibition to visit the very interesting scenery and important Pulaski, died last week. Tho Report- of stock was unusually good and in and near er says ho was a man of sterling quali- ly every ring was hotly contested ultout Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain and Chickamaugu National Milities. tary Park. Tickets to Nashville to visit the Centennial can be jturchased Prof. M. D. Hughes, tho excellent Lan A Corbln dispatch says that papers caster correspondent of tho at Chattanooga f(M$3.W round trip. Ask your ticket agent for ticket via Interior are being prepared for a new county, Journal, will go into details, but I the Q. it: C. Route South or write to with Corbln as the county seat. It will want to state that the several hundred JAMES HOY, Agt. Junction City, or bo made out of Knox, Whitley and Lincoln county people who attended ir. C. 1UNEARS0N, G. P. A. Cincinnati. Laurel counties. are very complimentary of the exhibi The decomposed body of a woman tion and of tho olllccrs of tho associafound on tho Weislgor farm In Boyle tion. But for tho rain and wind storm, was identified as the remains of "Aunt which lnsted from 4 to 5 o'clock l. M Fanny" Davis, a Negress, who died Saturday, everybody would have gono live years ago at the age of 101. Her home happy, hut some old cool headed grave on tho Davis farm was robbed men said they know tho rain knocked , two weeks ago. . y V."fiAX out millinery, lino dresses, &c., to the Two fatal shooting scrapes are re- tune of at least $2,500. After the rain an ported from Whitley. Walter Byrd, a exhibition that beat the world was preprominent citizen, while trying to stop sented. The young ladles, eomo of a row, was shot and mortally wounded them, wcro almost drowned aud appaby by James Reedy, a young man 10 rently laid dignity aside they had to, years old. Reedy la in jail. At Rock-hol- as tho occasion demanded it, and with Joseph Broyles was wus waylaid tho mud about knee deep, dresses had and two loads of buckshot were II red to go that high to dodge the soil, and Into him. Ho will probably die. His they were consequently elevated someassailant is unknown, but is thought to what. A skill would havo floated beaube a Negro named Ephraim Jones. THE aUJCQ(U9S KURD tifully In the Fair ring. The circua n Phil A. Marks, an old and didn't get there, but tho elTecta of the Thoroughbred Suroc Jerssj RED HISS, citizen of Danvlllo, died sudden- rain beat any circua that was ever on ly Friday at tho homo of his daughter, the road. Tho officers of the association Mrs. Charles Ball. Tho death was a deserve all tho kind thlnga My breeders were selected from the best herds oi that can bo of this famous liretsl of swlue In several States A great shock to his family, especially to aaid about them. Moat of the men plcnuid lot of pigi of dlrtoreiit ages for sale. Ured Mrs. Marks, to whom tho news waa seemed glad It rained, for the reasons sows a specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed. Correspondence solicited, Address broken by.a friend. Tho deceased camo above stated. Sretaw. R. H. BRONATJGH, from tho East a great mato Danville ) Orchard, Ky. ny years ago, and sincejthen had been It la suited that there aro 1,000,000 enguged in tho merchant tailoring bus blind people in the world, or one to iness. Ho was about 05 yenra of age, every 1,500 inhabitants. Latest reand besides his wlfo, who was a Miss ports show 2.'1,000 blind ersons in this GEORGE H. M'KINNEY. CRITTENDEN SPRINGS HIghtower, of Jessainiue, leaves six country, or 870 for each million inhub-itantchildren Mrs. Joe Flalg, Terre Haute, MAKION, CHITTENDEN CO., KY. The New York 'society for tho kill- Pension & Claim Agent, Iud., Will and John Marks, Louisville, Mrs. Oe. Goodloo, Nlcholasvllle, Mr. ing of invalid and imbecile Box 44, Stanford, Ky. George Marks, Mrs. Chas. Ball, of Dan- may do some good in the world If they of the aro lucky enough to escape other jwo-pl-o Has had 12 years' practice beforo nil the A Delightful Summer Resort. ville. Mr. Marks was a member Depa tments in Washington City. 9 in the same business. Methodist church, a Knight Templar, Herr Andreo ia reported to have Odd Fellow and Knight of Pythias, think Railroad; Irioa VTho caslmpU ClosO to did Music; Doublo Dully Mall; Splenof sous Tabic Many persona will learn of his death started from Spltzbergen last Sunday Ufontorl WIUIIIUU. nil llWU Ulna tapaUotl Tor Terms, wrlto to Vou Tour Ideas; ther may with deep sorrow and regret. Advo on hia balloon voyago to the North Protect JOHN WMUDEHUURN It bring JaXctwmlttu AttoiS CO., Wr.ts Washington, D. C, f?r their Pole. Mr.wt t tw 4ttMra4 taTtaUOnatl,8U0 prjM oatf TUUIUIAN ti COOK, Pkoiu., - Marlou, Ky cate. wanCtd. a - VICINITY NEWS. old, after a tragic scone. HARDIN, WHEAT. I Will Either Buy or Store post-olllc- I J. H. BAUGHMAN St CO. e, battle-groun- ds METAL ROOFING. . FLO ORING xfttSv SIDING ? A.C.SIHE, CEILING, d, Farm X! and Yard STANFORD, KT. FINISH. Fence. well-know- a. pot-sons- " In Klrst-Clas-- i. nrryj-a-fr,--- ' .. k THK Frankfort Capital goes for unlay by making a splendid speech for Tho country is not tho least bit surprised to learn that Mr. W. C. P. Breck inridge entertains a dlsllko for the (i')00,000 men who voted the democratic ticket last year. N. V. Jour mil. A London woman, who after a period THE INTERIOR Stanford. Ky., JOURNAL "Bill" Taylor, attorney general, in a Sam J. Shackelford and tho democratic of abstinence broke tho pledge on jubilee day. cut tho throats of her four way he must despise. "Bill," as It af party in general. 20, MIDSUMMER t I 1 I ! IV r? i l H I 1 r hi Mark Hanna has retreated from the White House where he took up his quarters. He prefers to stand the as rather than saults of the face public sentiment on his executive mansion lodgings. The Chronicle, tho only democratic paper In Chicago which bolted free silver last fall, is back in the fold. It denounces the boltocrats in Kentucky and Iowa, and says they are merely proving their obstinacy. Dispatch. Sims sioke, Carlisle Spoke, Lindsay spoke, Breckinridge spoke, Wattcrson sjKike. Tony spoke, Hindman spoke,' Buekner spoke a veritable spoke factory, wasn't It ? But just wait until You may say what you please about Laying all jokes aside and giving all the democrats "spoke" In November. old Billy Breckinridge," but we have the devils their due, a careful perusal Cynthlana Democrat. arisen to remark that he is making the of the speeches made at the boltocratie Huvlin dulv confessed his sins to editorial column of the Lexington Her- convention last week shows that of Mr. Kcv. E. G. Logan, D. D., of the Louisald one of the most interesting and en- Wattcrson to be the best of them all. ville Times, the eminent prelate thus tertaining in the State. He has the We do not agree with the Hon. Henri, absolves Col. Breckinridge: "Go In States controls IK) per cent of the entire courage of his convictions to a marked as much as we once did. but we are peace, glorious old Billy Breckinridge ! trade of the Islands. degree and expresses his views on our-re- forced to admire his bright corustlca-tin- g All thy sins be forgiven thee." But Fayette county will soon commence issues in a most outspoken mangenius, whether displayed on the who is there to absolve the absolver V tho erection of a new court-hous- e in ner. His articles attacking the falsity tripod or on the rostrum. "With all his asks tho Covington Commonwealth. the place of the one recently burned. of Judge Falconer's decision in libera-ti- faults we love him still and pray that II. C. Rice was nominated in the pri- The new one will bo a duplicate of the Harris for the assassination of he will soon see the error of his way Kend our list and tet if there is anything you want. Men's suits 12 50 up. mary for city judge of Richmond by a old and will cost .'U, 000. Men's Merritt are models of good sense and and fall in with the offers of mercy beFor tho fiscal year just closed the bal- odd coats and vests Jl 25 to IS. Men's washable vols; Men's Summer Coats in nil plurality of 150 over two jopular gen. plain interpretation of the law, which fore it is too late. We had rather see Is a brother of William ance of trade was more largely in our sizes; men's underwear, men's neckwear, men' hosiery, men's handkerchiefs, men's is founded on right and justice. He U9 sinners go to the devil than for one tlemen. He and J. S. Rice, of this place. J. B. favor than ever before, the exjwrts white and nog igo shirts, men's crash suits and boys' belts; boys' kneo pant suits clearly shows that it was not the ex- good man to go wrong. boys' long pants suit!', boys washable suit, men's and boys' straw and fur tints iu StoulTer was nominated for mayor over reaching $1,051,1)37,001, while the amining judge's province to discharge amounted to but S70l,:i7:i,lKC all sizes and prices. D. P. Armer and J. W. Bales by a plu Honors and good fortune are comthe prisoner bit plainly his duty to.hold The Louisville bitfO ball club has giv rality of 2.") and J. Talbott Jackson beat him over till the grand jury rould in- ing thick and fast to Sam J. Shackelen to Paducah club Pitcher Jones, who vestigate and a trial court pass on the ford. He Is not only going to be elect- Green Clay 307 for city attorney. is a London boy. Ho was a great pitchThe democrats of Pulaski nominated er while playinjr crime. There is too much maudlin ed appellate clerk over boltocrats, rewith amateur clubs sentimentality displayed by judges in publicans and what nots by 2T,000 plu- the following ticket Saturday: For but proved too light for tho league. such cases, and Falconer seems to rality, but he is going to take a wife. County Judge, Ben V. Smith; County Misses and His engagement to Miss Mari Amner, Attorney, J. T. May: Jailer, Hayden Ferrel, ofTheo. Plummer Iowa, Gertie have capped the climax. Ladies' shirt waists, skirti, neckwear, hosiery, underwear, corsets, glove, handkerfeigned Webster City, M. Ow daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Beriah Waddle; Representative, Dr. J. sleep while a burglar was ransacking chiefs, parasols in nil the latest style handles, neck nnil hair ribbons, snh rlblwns. Aktek Jacob Harris had testified of Duluth, Minn., is announced ens: Assessor, Ned Kelley: School Su Ah a result of tho extensive demand for lawns and organdies wc lime just received a how he had caught T. H. Merritt and to take place early this Fall. She is a perintendent. Mrs. Belle Edwards. Dr. their room, but just as he turned his new line. back to leave they shot him to death. his wife billing, cooing and kissing and of Mr. S. M. of Gov. Magoffin and Owens Is a brother-in-laThree members of the mob that finally saw her get in his lap, while he is described as a lady of rare beauty Owens, of this county. lynched the Negro, Anthony William", clasped her in his lecherous arms and awl accomplishments. In0 Shack's Asa K)litical issue the free and at West Point, Tenn., were accidentalthe clerk of the Georgetown Hotel had friends in Kentucky rejoice at his dependent coinage of silver at the ra- ly shot during the lynching. One of as the wo- good fortune and will vote to give him tio of 1 3 to 1, or any other ratio, Is as fully identified Mrs. Harris them, tho father of Williams' victim, night at his hotel more. man who snont the dead as the Institution of African slav will die. Children', missiV ladies' shoes andoxfords In nil styles, color and prices. Men's June 21, after registering as T. H. ery. Henry Watter&on. Fortunately A dispatch from Sydney, N. S. V.t nnd boys shoes nml low cuts will Ins in this sale nKo. Come to Ke ns, One and nil. IN a column editorial yesterday the Merritt and wife, it didn't take the otherwise, the great editor is neith says that Frank Butler, tho Courier-Journadvises us not to be so or Australian it will pay yon in the long run court at Lexington long to pronounce cock-surer a prophet nor the son of n prophet, Bush nnmlorcr, who was arrested at e of the election of Shackelford the accused guilty of no crime in the as tho?e who remember some of his San Francisco, was executed Friday. who had broken up cr of anything else In these turbid po- ast utterances will test! fy. killing of the man He confessed to having committed four and ho went forth a free man. litical times and says stranger things his home A faction of the republican party In Thu i is the unwritten law enforced and have happened than tho election of Bell not liking the cut and dried ticket munlors. Mrs. Ellon Peck, said by Insjwctor A. UHHANSKY A CO , I'Horiurrowj. so will it be to the end. The man who Hindman. To be sure. For instance so the election of Grover Cleveland", after fixed up for them have nominated tho Byrnes to be the smartest woman in dishonors another man's wife docs T. D. RANKY, Maxaokh. followlnc county ticket: Thomas J. almost with the absolute certainty of our prophetic friend had said he could Kellums, county judge; Robert Creech, tho country, is wanted in New York for swindling her physician out of -not be and that his nomination was like 'death if he Is discovered. She posed as the wife of a Danish house into an county clerk; Henry Broughton, sherwalking from a charnel Go In peace, glorious old Billy Breck- -' open grave. But of this more anon, iff; John Miller, assessor: James Kirby, admiral, with 00 millions in the treasinrldge! All thy sins are .forgiven when we have more time and more superintendent of schools; Thomas J. ury vaults at Washington. Renfro, jailer, and James F. Reed, colJames Blllittcr and wife, of Piko-villthee. Louisville Times. Verily pret- space. ored, coroner. Billy" absolve this State, went visiting and left tily said, but will "Old "If wheat goes to a dollar and corn their four little children at home. They the editor pf the Times so readily. It used coal oil In starting fire with which was once reported that he had gone to to 75 cents, where will tho Interior News Briefly Told Courier-Journto cook dinner and two wero burned to Louisville to make mince meat of the Journal be?" asks the cat was caught out of tho death while tho other twoescajed with A man who couldn't say too many hard and answers its own interrogatory by Ohio near Muscow. injuries. things in connection with his connec- saying, "It will be nowhere. There's Thomas Wilson, of Galliopolid, O., fiovoro A new counterfeit 310 silver certifi tion with the Pollard woman. Polities where it will be." Wrong as usual. On cate has been discovered. It Is of the fell dead while saying grace. makes strange bedfellows when Emmet the contrary the I. J. will be dead in it, series of 1601, check letter D., with the Isaac Sadler was killed by lightning small carmine seul, the )ortruit of Logan and Billy Breckinridge can pull to use a slangy phrase. All our moneyless subscribers can then pay up and we while harvesting wheat near Earling- - Hendricks and tho name of Messrs. oil and get under the same cover. Tillman and Morgan as register and can sing peans with the Courier-Journton. was shot by treasurer respectively. who (?) of a high protecR. W. The conference committee on the tive to the beauties do not expect to a colored Papendreck, Louisville, died of Frank W. Phelan, of St. Louis fataltariff. But we burglar In ly wounded Kittle M. Wadsworth and IB ranch Stoiv tit tariff bill has at last agreed to give the IIustonilk H. K. Camnitz, ManiiiM'. by a long shot. his wounds. then killed himself. During the great sugar trust nearly all It asked for and have to sing Emanuel Rich, a prominent merchant railroad strike of 1S1M Phelan was its profits under the bill will be enorthe The way the Warren county teach- of Atlanta, committed suicide by cut- prominent in the circles ofwas Amermous. Raw cotton Is restored to the ican Railway Union, and sent to ers went after the State republican ad- ting his throat. jail by Judge Tuft, of Cincinnati, for free list, cotton bagging Is put on the is up again in Louis- contempt of court. M. F. Brlnkley dutible list and white pine Is taxed at ministration is a plenty. At the Instiwithof S2. The existing law tute held there last week resolutions ville for giving two more checks A trip botwtvj London tuid Pum hus the House rate disapproving the management of pub- out money in bank. been madu iu (J hours H2 minutes. From as to the internal revenue on tobacco Hagermann, tho young lawyer, who London to Dover (78.3-- miles) took 1 will stand. If the minority consent tho lic affairs were udopted and the suggestion made that if less money were spent defended Dinning at Franklin, is dead hour 22 minutes; the lussngo of tlw bill was to have been reported yester channel (25 mill) took 1 hour 15 minfor furnishing railltaryescorts for crim- of typhoid fever. day. JVc line of inals who when convicted by the courts Four boys went to sleep on a railroad utes, and the run from Calais to Paris Tlio IllfiOJVr Talil.t on tin- ninrket A ,'i of jumping from the frying are liberated by the executive, the ends track near Austin, Texas, and next day (18."j miles) w3 imulo iu liours 31 A case minutes, an uverugo of 00.5 miles, expan Into the fire Is developed In the ex- of good government would be better at- there were four funerals. cluding stopa. perience of Frank Randolph, formerly tained and there would be more funds Harry Sidwlll, of Covington, broke One of tho most ancient landmarks of probate judge at Montgomery, Ala. He for the public schools. the amatuer record for a mile by go- England is Fnriiham castle, thu homo of 1:4(13-- 5 at Cincinnati. stole the city's money and ran off to tho ing Lothe After a man had taken a drink of A it in who had criminally assault- carno bishop of Winchester. It firstthin Iiox Paiivraiiil TnlilitN ultli EiiiloNtoriinirli m tln District of Columbo, where he engaged a fortress in tho troublesome Negro ))llt-!- l latest Tints (,tt In a broil and killed a man. He was whisky in Joplin, Mo., and had refused of Henry do Blois, wlio wih brother to tips on flic Intel stjle from our Mnt to pay for It, the bartender shot him ed a woman and roasted her baby to King Stephen, uud bishop of Winchestried last week and sentenced to death, death was hanged by a mob near Elba, ter. It was taken iu 1210 by 1, als tlio so the cable says. Thus the last end of dead with a revolver. Had ho waited Ala. and given the whisky time to act the Dauphin, hut recaptured and rcstrel to that man is worse than the first. The ship canal from the Lakes to tho tho see in 1218. bartender might not now be in jail. Missouri rotgut is warranted to kill Hudson will cost 8200,000,000, it is estiAt night thu woods of Muduguscar nro "We happened in an editor's office in mated, and would not be worth tho vocal with the wailing cries of lemurs, Lexington yesterday, talking with his about as quickly as powder and lead. money. which sound liko tho lamentations of charming wife when he came in and BY beings in The Louisville Dispatch has taken The Lexington Turf Exchange pool human huvo headsdistress, Tlieso creawe threw up our hands and begged him indicttures more foxlike than room was fined $500 each on six not to shoot. We had just read of the the first step towards fame. A libel ments. The other 20 indictments wero moukeylike, with sharp muzzles and largo, expressive oyes. The Kinallest three husbands who each killed his suit for S.10,000 has been entered against squashed. man." Unfortunately he wasn't shot it. A newspaper can't be said to be a It required only two hours to indict, species of lemur is about tho size of it however and Col. Craddock lived to newspaper until It has beaten several ln nnnvlpt. nnil snntnni'O. 1.11S llvatt. II big rat. Another kind has white whisk- tell the tale, as quoted, in his Paris libel suits. train robber, at Clarksvllle, Tenn. Ho . Bartm iu hifl . . Anatoniy Mulun. Kentucklan. got lo years. POLITICS choly," 1021, speak. ooffoo Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, elTort to Kentucky's credit is pretty good Gen. Fitzhugh Leo has entered the The protracted pardoned have the houses. Iu 1032 Sir Henry Blount, who out of tho wroto a book of travels in tho Levant, Younger brothers Ruggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. alter all. Tnc w,wu ten year, i per race to succeed Senator Daniels in Vir Minnesota penitentiary has luckily end- - meutious Turkish coffwi with praise, cent bonds, authorized by tho last Leg- ginia. Evelyn describes drinking it ut collego Room Opposite Court-Hou- se Square, Stanford, Ky islature, sold at a premium of $:tt,U50,' , In Sacramento, Cai., 15,000 people ed in failure. Twenty-eigh- t miners in tho in 1,)0 room8 of a Levant friend, und hundred VJ5UWMjFIflDKYUl There were many bidders from outside paid SI each to hear W. J. Bryan talk tells that in 1050 (ten riyrf'P,rMyMyvuTMVfM'T,rvrMY l'ana district of Illinois were oircrcd' i Autouy Wood me the Stute, but the Louisville Fidelity about silver. rcsioruuouj a IvOvant re- - juara utiiuro Hebrew opened a eoffoo bouso at Oxford. Trust & Vault Co's bid was a little the The superintendent of public In increased wages, but declined to highest and It secured the entire truetion believes the school er capita turn to work. A British ship, on board of which it ' There Are Others. amount. can be fixed at S2 for this year. Is believed there was a case of bubonic "What is your husband's politics?" Hindman, boltocratie nominee for "The president has uppolnted T. V. plague, Is being held In quarantine ut asked tho now neighbor. "Jim?" Haid tho ludy nddesflod. uppellato clerk, says tJiat he Intends to Powderley, the Knights of Labor man, San Francisco. . Tho Third Ohio regiment Is in camp "Jim, ho's an uuti." speak in every county in the State be- to bo general commissioner of Immi"Anti what?" at tho Lagoon, nenr Ludlow, and tho My stock Is yet full of Good TliIngH and Choice Spring Patterns. tween now and the election. If only gration. "No, not anthvhut; jrst a anti Ho'h Democrats are finding a good omen in camp has been named Bradley in honor boltocrats go to hear him, his audience ngiu anything that happens to bo." the fact that the big Bryan Hag jolo at of the governor. In some counties will be only himself Cincinnati Enquirer. Miss Winnie Davis, daughter of tho , and another man. But that wont faze Sanders, Carroll county, has put forth Confederacy, will bo a guest of honor him. He will talk if the other man is a rich foliage. Too Technical. . During tlio noxt CO days. Prices will lw Caldwell county Negroes are in re- at the unveiling of the statue of Gen. Itcducvrt. I will sell you a dead one. Nico Gentleman How old aro you, volt against the whlto republicans Logan at Chicago. littlo boy? And bow old is your brother? As his name implies Jim will be the managers and propose to organize In wipsey Wo'ro crapa A Western tueronaut proposes to N. G. Crops? Hindman in tho appellate clerk derby every school district. A man's All Wool suit for SI.S0, Como uud to them whether you want to buy "or a llyer from IMkc's Peak to Coltake not Swipsey Yes. Jim's 7, and I'm 11. Hon. W. B. Smith, of Richmond, orado Springs, a drop of 8,000 feet and and will bo mentioned thereafter, if i(t Kansas City Star. opened the campaign at Somerset Sat- - a distance of 10 miles. all, with the "also rans." otllce-scekers fcctlonally calls him, has been showing 1S97 his Ignorance of law by suggesting that for this year only the republicans should adopt the boltocrat device and help elect Hindman, a course which W. P. WALTON. would make the republican party lose all claims to legal recognition as It DEMOCRATIC TICKET. could only go on the ballot again as a new party. "The next time the repub SHACKELFORD Ap'late Cl S.J. Fo licans go to nominate a candidate for " Circuit Judge, M C.SAUFLEY. says the Capital, " Com'lth Attorney, J. S. OWSLEY, Jr. attorney-general"they will provide a civil service ex" Rcprctcnlathe, - Jf. F. NORTH. amination, or at least Insist that he " County Judge, J. E. LYXX. " County Clerk, GEO. H. COOPER. shall read a little law. A party of wild " Countu Attorney, HARVEY HELM. jackasses, or woods colts, would be a glorious improvement on the aggrega" Circuit Clerk, J. F. HOLDAM. - SAUL. M. OWEXS. tion of damphools that is in evidence " Sheriff, " Jailer, GEO. W. DEUORD. at this writing." Editor Forrester is the most outspoken editor in the State, ' Awtsor, - - C.G.BAKER. " Coroner, - - ll'Jf. LAXDGRAF. but if he doesn't mind some "woods Supt. School, GARLAXD JIXGLETOX colts," as he calls them, will take his pretty sculp. - July ," young children and thou her own. New Yorkers are talking of starting a bank with a capital of $100,000,000 to lend money to farmers at lower rates than they now have to pay on loans. Tho gold discoveries in tho Yuhon Valley, Alaska, Is causing a great rush to that country. Tho last steamships from there brought over a million in Our midsummer Ilargain Sale h on in earnest and our low prices OTCcod any gold. thing you have ever heard of before We prop wo to iun':i this n record breaking The Falmouth company presented such a discreditable appearance at tho event and swdeping reductions will bo found over our entire Iuiumj We have iu Louisvillo encampment that it was mils' some departments to red out of service by order of Gen. Collier. Richard Smith jumped f torn a train while being taken to tho asylum at Salem, Vu. He fell down an embankment .'100 feet and was literally torn to pieces by the rocks. The Cincinnati Enquirer says that a cat lived for live years in a hole In tho wall of a Wilmington, Delaware. house. It had neither food nor water And that with tho fact that our attention will oon bo called to Fall purchnot. although yet at ii distance, wo must reduce it and in ihN sale tho rich and poor can during that time. profit alike. Wo nre full of Bargains, o don't miss it and k-- that your friend A circular just Issued by the department of agriculture relative to Hawaiian commerce shows that tho United Bargain : Sale! Too jloeb Stoek, G-e--t nt n' lm-jwr- ts Ladies' Department. Ma-golli- n, grand-daught- er w 2.10,-00- SHOES t al THE LOUISVILLE STORE. 310,-00- 0. e, al 200-pou- al Carpets, Picture, Frames, Bed Room Suites, Dining Chairs, Rocking Chairs, Lace Curtains, Portierres, Curtain Poles. w. W. WITHERS. STANFORD. Furniture, Wall Paper, Iron Beds, !i 1 School Books a,nd Supplies. AtCRAIGA, HOCKBR'S. 1111(1 ' i I. jsgsasaasiaBia&fifggEEgga i UODGKCAKinG C. M'CLARY, I i I Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. J I Wr7JBt?rMrt4mrMr : I Clothing. Grt-ntl- THEY MIST BE S0LB CHILD'S SUIT FOR SO.'lCTS. H. J. McROBERTS. .c '"" ji I. A Nb &.X tw.lanisa (.! if IftlDJfiaf iMB THEINTERIOR JOURNAL' i Miss Annii: Hiionauoii Enolkman I Tahlets and school books, better has returned from Nashville and was and cheaper than ever. Penny's Drug hero Saturday more radiantly beauti- Store. ful than over. :Jj to 0. The Stanford, Kv., July 20, 1897 Miss annii: Hiionauoh, of Crab the Hustonvlllc Stanford boys defeated Orchard, joined Miss Minnie Munday score of .'10 to 0 bao ball team by a at tho grounds of the here yesterday and went to Kingston latter Thursday afternoon. E. C. Walton, Ik'siNias Manaokk. on the J o'clock - IDOL. The horrible burning to death of Mrs. Lexington Sunday night yesterday morning and news of tho P. II. Idol at of Columbus. I'ltt'Scitll'TlONS arc filled right nml Ga.. has joined his wife and daughter at right prices at Penny's Drug Store. here. Ho reorts business fair in the South, with Indications of Improvement. PERSONALS. Mil W. M. Hoolb left yesterday for his home in New Orleans, after a pleasMlt. H. J. MclloiiKllTS remains quite ant visit to old friends here. He Is getsick. ting quite white headed but bears no Miss Maiiy Munoay is visiting other marks of age. friends in Louisville. COL. W. S. Di:honi:y, father of Miss Mils. Susan Wakiu'X has been quite Jane Dehoney, who Is visiting Miss Issick for hovoral weeks. abella Bailey, was mayWeaken IIuohks is back from a vis- or of Frankfort by nominated for a good majority of it to his aunt in the mountains. tho democratic vote. Mils. ANN'u: Jami:s left yesterday to Miss ALU'i: Euiianks, daughter of visit in Lexington and Georgetown. Mr. J. W. Eubanks, who has been bed I)AN Holm an. Crab Orchard, has ridden by paralysis for 1(1 years, rucuived an Increase in his pension to bo nearly out of her afllictlon. rate. Death was very near at last reports. Mns. Oii:i:n'iikiiiiy HitioiiT and C. II. Hohnus went over to Wilmoro FriHOME NEWS, day. MIL E. P. Owsley, train. HUJUINS A-- MuKlNNUY are furnish- ing Acme cement plaster for Dr. L. B. Cook's new residence and making tho finest work of tho kind ever done In Stanford. Fkkb. Chance at an js." music bov, with every purchase of 25c worth of jewelry from our elegant line, or $1 worth of other goods. Tanner Bros., MeKlnney. Tin: weather Is pleasant and with an occasional shower is all that tho corn grower could wish. Local thunder storms and Tuesday, Is the way the read yesterday. m ap-wa- rs Tin: telephone instrument having Lawns and organdies at reduced been struck by lightning several times Mus. Louis II. Hussino and child-ru- prices at W. II. Shanks'. before it was put in here, conversation of Somerset, are visiting relatives Ici! cold Ico cream soda water, pure with Liberty was rather difficult, so here. yesterday Dr. Ed M. Estes, one of the syrups at John II. Mulr's. Mh. Kilnkst Henhon, of Mlllers- - fruit owners of the line, was here and put in burg, was the guest of MlssGraeoGrln- - Old dlothus made new by Gco. n a new one. btuad. A: Co. Also suits made to order. Finding that his houses at Rowland Mils. J. M. Alyiiiison went up to Fnurr Jails, Tin Cans, Gums iiul did not pay oven so much as the taxes Hlchmond Friday to visit her husband's Tops and Sealing Wax at Warron A: on thi'iu, Mr. B. P. Martin is moving family. them to his lots on tho Somerset pike, KluiikC. K. Powkll, of Middles-bor- Shanks'. is visiting his father, Capt. H. P. near town, and putting them up there. Laimjkst assortment of school tabPowell. Ho has already moved three and has ids, best and cheapest. W. H. MiSS Sailmi Cuktis, of Hustonvllle, two more, Including a brick house, to move. Wo hope he will be liberally fcHiut several days with Mrs. J. W. Haydeu. Girr in line and buy n Gasoline ustov. paid for his enterprise. Mil H. D. Ghkgoky, of Gniyson, i Everybody buying them. Biggin & Chan'oi: of Fin.M. J. L. A: E. J. with his wife and children at Mr. J. P. MeKlnney. Tanner have bought of V. M. Tanner Ualley's. A stkonc lino of men's fancy shirts his Interest In tho stock of general merCol. D. W. Thiiuili:, of Hlchmond, at Shanks'. All sizes, patterns, stylus chandise at MeKlnney, and will still was the guest of his sister, Mrs. P. P. run tho business under the firm name and qualltlus. Xunnolley. of Tanner Bros. In order to change Little Miss IIali.h" Thomas, of Wk are in the cash business to slay. Louisville, is the guust of Miss Mary Try it and you will like It as well as wc tho business to strictly cash they oiler Bpoelal bargains in every department. MaHobo rt. do. Farris A: Hardin. Persons owing tho old linn will please Mus. William Hick went to GeorgeYou can't at'ord to miss getting a come forward and settle soon as possitown Friday and her husband Joined pair of those Sl.fK) Oxfords for 50c at ble. Rcspt., Tanner Bros. her Sunday. Mil a.vd Mns. J. T. Caiison, of Lou- Severance fc Son's, slos 1 to 4. Rowland ieople tell us the isville, and son, Heynolds, are visiting matter is all in a muddle there JUST received a car load of Prlmo friends hero. from the fact that Boss Davison signed Mil and Mils. John Hknokkn nro Cypress shingles. If you want a roof each of the petitions of Miss Kale 9endlng the week with relatives In that will l'istan age, try the Cypress. White, G. W. Goodrich and John MurA. C. Sine. Marion county. phy to bo postmaster and then d Mil James T. Cailson, wife and litF. Cordler for the olllce. Each Comincj Down. -- Mr. B. P. Martin tle son, of Anchorage, aro with his sold to G. A. Hearst yesterday a lot In lms sent his bond to Washington and homcfolks here. Rowland for $2. that brought WOO in each is expecting to lick stamps for the Mus. Jennie Dunn, after lying at next four years. There Is also a row boom times. the oInt of death for n day, is some-over where the olllce shall be located. hat Improved. Tin: school per capita has been fixed If Mr. Cordler gets the olllce he will Mlssks Hhttie and Salmi: at $2.20, the samo as last year. Sever- have It at his photograph gallery in went up to Crab Orchard Satur- al point had to bo squeezed to make it. this end of town but protests aro being day to visit friends. Tho amount required to pay it will be signed ngalnst such action as nearly all Mil Andickw P. Evans, of Kansas l,81,r18.0l. the patrons of tho olllce live in Need-morCity, several days with his broththo lower end, and more than A l'icTUi'K of a former colored citier, Mr. W. L. Evans. zen of Stanford apearcd in Saturday's half a mile from Cordier's. Meantime Miss Mahy K. Sali.ee and Watt Judge Sholton holds on and will till the Hardin Sal lee. of Harrodeburg, are vis- Louisville Post. It was that of J. II. muddle Is settled. Butcher, a mall carrier in tho city. Ho iting at Mr. S. M. Owens'. PatMils. Jok F. Waters, Kato Walton, is a brother of Mrs. Molllu Glvens Madk Him Pony Up. Those of our Hoburt Harding and Johnny Mcliccic terson and Is a worthy representative readers who were hero at court Monof his race. Hall are visiting relatives In Hoyle. day remember the" noisy, Judge J. W. Is in Pineville Tin: Nicholasvlllc Journal's Wilmoro medicine man who took "Dr." Anderthis week to soo after the damage suit corresjondont says: Messrs. F. M. son Carr's crowd from him and who for $.",000 against the lNTEltiolt JOUK-NA- Ware, of MeKlnney, and F. M. Flen-ne- gulled good many of our citizens, who of Lexington, have bought of L. had moro money than brains. Well, Col. J. 0. Ciiaddock, of Paris, ran II. Willis, assignee of George K. Curd, the doctor, whoso name is M. F. Cham-berliand who claims to live at Lexover from the Lancaster fair and spent the latter's stock of goods and will conington, left town without paying his liFriday night with Eld. J. T. Shnrrard tinue tho business at tho old stand. cense of Hi. Ho made pretty promises and wife. Mil J. M. Allen, the handsomo and a meeting of tho directors of Buf- to pay it, but wanted a little time which AT was accorded him and he afterward brilliant editor of the Qynthlana Demo- falo Cemetery Saturday Judge J. crat, Is wfth his brother, Hew J. T. was elected director In the sneaked off. Marshal O. J. Newland riharrard. place of Squire J. S. Murphy, who re- heard that ho was at the Lancaster Mil and Mils. W. A. Moititow left signed, and Mr. Forest us Hold was fair and on Saturday morning he wont yesterday for Crab Orchard, wliere chosen in the place of his fatherdn-law- , thither. Tho doctor was there by a they will remain .overal weeks. SomMr. II. S. Withers, deceased. Mr. largo majority and when the officer sta- -' erset Heorter. J.J. McRoberts was made treasurer ted his business tho former laughed at Mks. En. Magoffin and daughter, the olllce which Mr. Withers hold for him. Such things don't bluff "Broth-- J Miss Anna, are visiting Misses Laura years. or" though, and when he told Chain- -' berlin that ho must either pay over $12, and Jean Shelby in Lincoln county. G HUMAN. There will bo a full dress which included besides Harrodsburg Democrat. the license, his Hkv. G. II. Tuknek arrived with his German at Crab Orchard Springs Wed- oxponso of arrest, buggy hire, A:c., or bride Friday and were the guests of nesday night, in which some of the return with him to Stanford, he weak Mr. and Mrs. Hedell Chancellor during best dancers of Central Kentucky will ened and offered his check for the tuke part. Mr. E. II. Jennings, of amount. This Mr. Newland accepted, their stay at Walnut Flat. Missks Maiiy and Mauel Co wen Danville, will lead It and at tho proper but to make assurance doubly sure he attended the meeting of tlio Young hour, mine host Gus Hofmann will made the doctor give him his watch to People's Society at Stone Lick Haptist spread an elegant repast. There aro hold till it was paid. Chamberlin was d guests at fho Springs now and u badly taken down and while he may church. Cincinnati Commercial. large crowds duo tho last of the week. work other towns, it's dollars to doughMiss Amiiiiosia Thomas, of Louisnuts that ho will not try his game on ville, who has been visiting In ChattaIt looks very much llko Boss Davis- Stanford again. Anderson Carr tells nooga, arrived Sunday and is the guest on is going to hold up the appointment us that tho officers require him to pay of her sister, Mrs. W. B. McHobcrs. of a iKwtmaster at Crab Orchard until Jehiiy Smith, of Jellico, ha after tho election. Somebody's going his license In advance and he can not Mil jalned his wife at Mrs. R. 13. McKln-ney'- to get mad, no matter who gets tho see, nor can wo, any reason why a Ho tells us that his town is im- plum, and the gray gelding wants to Htranger should be shown partiality. proving rapidly and that electric lights hold 'em all in line as long as possible. Tho N. V. Herald shows by rejtorts were turned on Friday night for the Mr. W. A. Carson's term expired last of various sources that the number of first time. month, and whilo ho doesn't object to executions In tho State of New York MISSES Mattik and Dollie holding tlio otllco, it is by no request of has Increased 200 per cent per annum and Mary Lusk, accompanied by his that ho Is hold in. since the method of capital punishment Messrs. J. H. Hocker, Georgo Dinwidwas changed from hanging to electroWholesale Slaughtkil No. 24 cution in 1S!K). dle and W. D. Weathorford, wero hero Saturday cvonlng returning from tho killed a cow just beyond Paxton's sumGov. Bradley reviewed tho Second mit Saturday and Engineer Farrar says Lancaster Fair. Regiment at tho fountain Ferry camp round-triAtTEIt her entortalnment of tho that ho killed two on tho Sunday. Five thousand people were at "Economical Club" this afternoon from Mr. H. G. Johnson, adjuster of dam- tho park to seo tho parade. The gov5 to 7, Mrs. W. II. Shanks will enter- ages to stock, popularly known as tho ernor was kept busy dodging the kotain In honor of her sister, Miss Ollio cow coroner, tells us that an averago of daks aimed at his uuwhlskered face. Haldwln, and Miss Annio Bennett, of 300 animals Is killed monthly on tho A Pittsburg Dispatch corresjKjnden. Knoxvlllo division of the L. fc N. Richmond. Is being moro and more Im- says ho has information proving that Dn. A. S. PlUCK, W. W. Withers, nlono. Ho McKlnley will rccognlzo Cuban belligJ. W. Hocker, narry Baughraan and pressed that people turn their stock on erency shortly before tho Ohio elecroad to get them killed for tho purA. H. Severanco left yesterday for tho Nashville, where (hey will spend sev- pose of getting moro than they aro tion. The L. & N. filed suit at Nashville to company, which pays eral days taking in tho Exposition, af- worth out of tho cows killed, enjoin tho ticket scalpers from buying for ter which they will go to Tatham's from WO. to $40 a head $20. or selling certain railroad tickets. They will bo gono two weeks. worth really less than Springs. d. n, Ex-telo, m ost-olll- Miss Allik White, of Crab Orchard, is tlio guest of MlssJennle New-lan- DaNKS fits spectacles scientifically. Foil tho 'steunth time lu is announced by telegram that there will be no fair at Danville this year. Well, let It go at that this time. There is no long felt want that needs filling by a fair at any place. m m recoin-monde- w De-llOH- D e, sorrow among scores to whom sho was well known. Mr. Sim A. Middleton, of this county, who hnpperied to be in the city and was spending the night at a friend s on tho opposlio side of tho street, was attracted by her screams and ran over to find that a lamp had exploded, so frightfully burning her, that she died a few hours later. She was the oldest child of John M. and Mrs. Mattic White of this county, and sho leaves besides her husband, four children, the youngest a old baby. The Herald's account Is as follows: About !) o'clock Inst night Mrs. Idol started down the stairs with one of her children In her arms. Her sister, Miss Mamie White, who was visiting at her homo, followed close behind, carrying a lamp. The lamp slipped from her hands, and falling, broke at Mrs. Idol's feet, scattering the oil over the suilrs. Almost instantly sho wa9 completely enveloped In the llames. Sho ran down the steps and into a room, where she threw herself upon a bed and tried to wrap the bed clothing about her, but tho covers also took lire, and before anything could be done sho had been burned to almost an unrecog-nizabl- o condition. The burns covered the entire body, with the exception of the upper part of the face. The ilesh on parts of the body was cooked to the bone and presented a horrible sltrht to look upon. The sullering of the poor woman was agonizing. iNone but the strongest could remain in tho room where she was, and her groans and screams rent the hearts of those outside. The physicians seemed unable to do anything to relieve her terrible suffering, and could hnrdly restrain her in her frantic pain from tearing away the charred llesh that caused her unbearable torture. At the suggestion of physicians she was taken to the Protestant Infirmary, but she died shortly afterwards. The grief of the sister was moat pitiable. She blames her&elf for the accident. After dolntr all she could and vlowlng the quivering form, she cover ed her face with her hands to hide her sobs of grief and left the room, being unable longer to bear tho sight. The child Mrs. Idol was carrying was badly blistered about tho legs, but the little fellow seemed to be crying more for the suffering mother than for any pain of Its own. Mr. Idol Is In New York State on a business trip, and was Immediately telegraphed for, although It Is doubtful whether tho telegram would reach him. It will be remembered Mr. Idol met with a very distressing accident last spring by the discharge of his gun while hunting, which resulted In the amputntlon of his arm. It is supposed that the remains will be brought here for interment but when Mrs. J. E. Portman went out to Mr. White's yesterday to ascertain the hour, she found that all tho family had gone to Lexington. two-montto-da- y, reached hero created much Haas' Hog Remedy not only Prevents Your Hogs from Dying, nST-Jl- ut makes them fatten A sure cure PENNY'S DRUG STORE, IQI its' sm 152 m m a: . m Everything Schoof Book. u',;c In Mock to supply your wants. 3 w 15 !5I . fc: 'L SCHOOL OTIBI-iEST- S Ca-.l- i And Stationery at the Lowest Prices. U hMWWMfwfm -- 1TaJ I W. B. MoEOBEETS. DRUGGIST, STANFORD. KY. SEE OUR- - Gultivators, Wagons, Buggies CHRRIKGES, HARNESS, SC. Best and Largest Line of Implements in town. Sec us before buying. PRICES LOWER THAN EVER Known Before. Satisfaction Guaranteed. B. K. WEAR EN & SON. Cji Wlille wc are conducting a jm Bia i .. . Clearance i pt tiK Sale 1 - un summer uoous cucn as u.xionis ni ouc ana uress uooii ni i'oc ana Wash Goods ut 4c to 25c no don't forget to offer the xubstautlnN at 1 r KVJ i .14 LOWER PUCES I Than any house in Central Kentucky. We are opening this week the lowing new goods: fol- rJ HyJ 1 men's snoes at $1, yi2 !?$ Hoys- $1.2B, $1.S0, and 05e; Overshlrts at 1 fts jjj$ at 85c, 03o and S1.25; Overalls .'We at and 35c, SOc. SOc long-haire- d N L. r, 11 Cincinnati sculpter writes with reference to Hart's statue of Woman Trimphant: "I would like to undertake tho reproduction of this model. I do not hasitnte to affirm my ability to accomplish the task, full of subtle difficulties though It must prove." A Royal makes m i i i ? BEST GtNGHAMS AT 5C, Yard wldo llrown Cotton ?1 Jg S & (?! &J? at 5c. goods Just All the best Calicoes, 5c. In. Come and see us. Many other new y n, SEVERANCE & SON. if the food pure, wholesome and delicious. mi ' jflijn Locust Herd Reg. Polanfl cumas. pedigrees. Trices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Write your wants or conio and see my hogs. A few fresh Jersey Cows for sale. They are good ones. Also Mammoth l'ekln Duck A. E. HUNDLEY. llo 105. Danville, Ky. Eggs. SI for la. Son ofKlever's Model. No. 20.710. tho greatest breeding hog living, and HUNDLEY'S Ftno, CLAUDE. No. 12,001. son of tho World's Columbian Champion, Claude. No. 11.007. toppy young boars readv for service. A few show gilts old enough to breed, and bred sows In every respect, with a specialty, for sale. This stock Is strictly firsts-clas- s to Headed by U. S. MODEL, rjO. 38,353. POWDER Absolutely Pure rO0CR CO., Mw YORK. Superior Disc Drill. McKiuncy, Ky., Apr. 22, '97. Messks. IIigcuns &, McKinney Dear Sirrf I purchased ono of your Superior Disc Drills iii the Fall of 18915 anil towed 100 acres of wheat with it. I found it to be one of the best machines I would not I ever used. It is far superior to all other drills. to sow a crop without one, for there is no choking up undertake and getting out of order with them. They do their work perfectly and with light draft. The grass seeder is also a great improvement over other drills, fir the grass seeder attachment can be used without using the wheat attachment. I recently sold a half interest to my neighbor, J. A. Givens, and helms been sowing oats and grass seed with it and is so well pleased with it that he carries it to Yours truly, J. L. Bi:ck. shelter every night. ROYAL BAKINO 50-od- F.REI D.Stanford, Ky., llus for Sale GOLDDVST HORSES, Tor both B.uldlu and Harne-- s l'urjKDst b . Al- s. so Jersey and Short-Hor- n Cattlo, Poland China Hogs, Southdown Sheep. Al-C0lt- N Choice Individuals of heM strains, write jour wants. fall or Green Briar Springs Xkak CitAii Oiicii.vnn, Kv.. p. Will be Open to Guests from the 15th of July to Sept. 15. Teriiw moderate. Address Green llrlur Spring. It. A. ClIK.N.lCl.T, , H. C. RUPLEY, Crali Orchard, Ky. THE MERCHANT TAILOR -- CANDY KITCHEN. I can now supply tho peoplo with Fresh Candy ol many varieties and tiuperior excellency every clay. I am making It myself and guarantee satisfaction. Give mo a call. J. A. STEPHENSON, Stunford. IsJ Receiving his- - GOODS. SPRING AND SUMMER Give him a Call. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. jf i r I Ulljflil EXCURSION TO OLD POINT COMAND ORGANS. FORT. To the Editor ol the I.nthhiou of corn for sale. Dr. barrels Docker Pros'. I'lutuw, Milledoeville, July 17. Thinking On Thursday, July 22nd, the ChesaHugh Held. Unities Bros'. Pliinni, Ellington riiuiiH, She is the natno of n pacing mare perhaps a few lines from my pen may peake iV Ohio railroad will run Its anI). II. Baldwin I'lllIMM, be of Interest to many of my acquain- nual S?vt"bllsliod',a.oaia3r3a3a.4 rxlAcxiro with a record of 2:12. Pin tun, Ac excursion to Old Point Comfort, Tcneyck, an American, won the Dia- tances who nro readers of your valu- Va., leaving Lexington at 11:23 a. M., Ititoy Organs, Hamilton Organs tiud other able paper, I take pleasure In submit- and reaching .MUM'S. U Past To Enjoy the Summer go to mond sculls in England. Yjcvit 12c A.r Sis Old Point at uoon next See my Goods mill (let Mv Prices Before vou II. Haughman & Co. were paying ting you the following: No doubt you day. Only $11 will be chnrged for the J. W T WHITE, Crnb Orchard 10 liny. will remember myself and Elder Chas. round lr When not no paid fflC.SO will 1C charged. (iOo for wheat yesterday. trip and tickets will bo good to R. II. Dronaugh's Kitty B., selling 4 A. Cobbley calling at your olllce last return until August Sth. Stopovers October 17th: also securing permission will bo allowed to 1, won at Oakley Thursday. at any station on return has a trotting record ot of the jailer to hold meetings In the trip, so that our patrons may break the which we did for two days. homeward 2:12 and a pacing record of 2:07. trip by stopping at any of Since that time we have been travel- the beautiful Wanted stock to graze, good grass CIRD. mountain resorts along ing in Lincoln county disseminating the line. Sleeping car and water. R. L. "White, Hubble. Address fur Term, Ac. rates will be ' Dr. J. 13. Owsley sold his wheat to the true principles of Mormonlsm; $3.30 per double berth whlcli will acKENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. During our labors wo found commodate two persons. the Iirodhcad Roller Mills Co. at boc. No other GUS. HOFM.A.2T2T, Proprietor, a. m. and J i. m Trains leave Stanford at Red Wilkes already has six In the the people of Lincoln county, as a ma- summer trip offers such a diversion and 4 '25 p. m. and t:05 p. m returning at 32 1S!)7 list. Crab Orchard. K His son, Repetition has five. jority, fair minded, honest hearted and variety of pleasures as a trip to Old KNQXVILLE DIVISION. BROOKLYN. James Wilson sold to Adams it Son, unscctarlan In their views of Christ s Point over the Ches:tcake & Ohio Ry. m of Fayette, a combined gelding for principles, as much so as auy of the with its mountains, valleys, rivers and Oriag Bros.' Puro Bred Poultry. 12 3; P .. No. 24 Train going North 3 13 a m s " " people of the State. No. 26 " $2o0. s Doyle-CoPoultry Yard. ocean. Spoeial rates of $2.50 per day 12 01 P " " South No. 2.1 " : we say with few excep'H V w Truly can " " A wont to the farmers. No. 23 " Miss Belle Archer, of New York, is at the Chamberlain aud Hygola Hotels. this day and time you imi'tIfj on limakit money In ktep with tho times For all Points. tions, that they are willing to apply For full Information snid to have won 540,000 on the races or sleeping car and keep thorotiKhlirvds. They matiiru earlier t with Co., Thearrjinn-meiiSo Luke 0:31, "As ye would that men a nrollt of TIIRO'IOH TICKETS SOLD. at St. Lsuis. reservation call on or write to George oloiir)anUmore thanthat iierrviit. If no mU In Is such there can UAGUAUK CHECKED TI1KOUGH. IfOUNDUl) 1HOG. Lebanon has the fastest half mile should do to you, do ye also to them;" W. Harney, dis. jiass. agent, Lexing nretMs ii e guarantee an emr iiiuie wnen iiipfi For any Information enquire ot II. II. Til (lames. lmt. vltlliirnl IS Vjtn .JH.tKl track in the State. Hal Parker made also I Thess. 3:21, "Prove all things ton. SA Surl.er Celebrated lit Jsm JOE S. niCE, Agent, hold fast that which Is good." On sevthe record of 2:1 If. WhIteCnstelI!laik Polish ?. Mauford, Ky. S ICI Stoke your wheat with us and get eral occasions we have read sketches Talmage. The Hlghi Bridge camp HlackCap. Imported . Miiiorva, STAN KOMI. KY. ' S.J QUEEN & CRESCENT. the benefit of the advance, If any. J. In your paper from some of your cor- - meeting convenes July 23d to August Sllrer ljuvd Wyandotte, 81.50 llarted Plymouth IUkW, re'siKindents which usually gave us jus- 1st inclusive this year. B. Fay Mills, A. (I lUMtAM. H. Baughman &, Co. John. Castlkmam. All breeds MXire aboru 90 ilnt. Trains pass Junction City as follows: 4 02 p m CIIAIO IlltOS., Pros., Jnmtlon City. Ky. Persimmon, owned by the Prince of tice. Many of the cople think that the evangelist, occupies the principal No. HSouth ... H HI a m No. 2 North 3 4Gam " " it'Jtpiu " 64 " No.3 " elplace on the program for Saturday and 3" p m Wules, won the $o0,000 eclipse stake at we are the first Latter Day Saints 112.1am No. 5 " A WOItD TO 0 00 a u " 10 " S 2D p m No. 9 " ders who have been In Kentucky, be- Sunday, July 2th and 25th and the Sandown Park, London. Note Nos. 5 and do not run Sundays, 0 and 10 D. cause perchance we nro the first to great Talmage will preach July 31st J. F. Cook sold 700 sheep to H. OWNERS. go no further South than Junction City, netlher do'.they run Sundajs. INSURANCE COMPANY Campbell at 82 and 73 yearling and two preach in Lincoln county; but we have and Augustjlst. A brilliant program If not. why not 1 ThouAro vou Insured had a regularly organized conference Is arranged for Intervening days, of year old cattle at 3 to Uc. AND CINCINNATI RY. FRANKFORT sands of dwi'llliiK-- t and burin K'1 n your OF LIVERPOOL. The Bourbon News says the Paris in Kentucky for the last 15 or 20 years. music, sermons aud u special feature of VIA GEOHULTOWN. In Metcalfe county we have a nour- illustrated lectures by jProf. Shearer, p. M. a. m fluting uo. nas oougni so iar -- u,wu 2,0") Lve. Somerset, Arl2 53 2 35 ishing branch of about 73 members who of Cincinnati. Low rate excursions 8 20 bushels of wheat at 5S and 00c. " 1131 " Jet. City, 3 15 BJ3RBEE 630 4 50 Arr Georgetown, Lt 9 33 Cheap. 300 No. 1 stock have recently built them a beautiful from all points on tho Queen V Cres S05 Foit Sale ' Frankfort, 11 M 300 " 6 30 7 20 of Ste Kvi-- i'iir. Involving tin- lo--s pool million" of Ewes. Further information, write to church house, which Is to be dedicated cent. Cincinnati o MANAUr.IlS. to .houlifvou ex 8 40 630 Win. M. Cooper, Box 209, Somerset. Arr Paris 5 10 at our State conference, which con small bills or ask your agent fo pat dot In r. Why otir 1 from wir to Dally except Sunday Oommcrco .Building, Louisville. C.D.BERCAW,G.F. A. Bessie Leach, owned by Dr. Leach, venes on ithand bth of August next, ticulars. W. C. Rlucarson, gen'l pas. Your Property May Bum at which all the elders will be present, agent. of Danville, got second money in the AKenta Throtuhout the Second excursion to Niagara via tho Within ii tour, within ii month, within 21 50 YEARS' 2:17 pace at Detroit. She won the also members from other parts of the EXPERIENCE. State, with mauy of their friends and Queen A; Crescent Route, July 22nd. hour. Wlij hhould you oxpo-- o tho third heat in 2:12. ofjonrs of hono-.- toll in Iim Iij R. L. Bosley tells us that Anderson neighbors. A standing invitation is Special train from Cincinnati, 1:00 i n liipl Hro. whh'li cuii dotro H In nn l A Kent. Great opor-tunlt- y hour Stilloltliijr n ihuro of our pntrotuigo & Spillman, the Danvillcmillcrs, have also extended to any one and all who M., via the Erie R. R. Stanford, - - - Kf.ntucky. to spend a few days In the cool bought all the large crops of wheat in can spare the time to come, witness and j; partake of the truths that will be pre- North. Ask agents or see small bills GOc. his section at JESSE D. WEAREN, Bales & McElwaln, of Richmond, sented. They then will be able to judge for particulars. Stnnfortl. Ky TRADE MARK8, Gum-ruAgent. - - m im captured ?450 in premiums at the Lan- fairly the merits of the doctrines they DESIGNS, Stnnttltiwj to Depend on. COPYRIGHTS tto. caster fair last week on their manifi-cen- t hear. We have traveled nearly all Mr. James Jones, of the drug Inn of June A SmAnyone sending a sketch and description may over Lincoln county and have many Cuwden. Ill In akliig of Dr. Kind's (tew nutcklr ascertain, free, whether an Invention ts string of saddlers. probably patentable. Communications strictly says that la.t winter p:ai.eu in confidential. Oldest aeeucj forsecurlng patents) L. II. Hudson, who has a govern- friends, too numerous to mention In with La Orlppe, and her rao his wilei was alUilc.1 Smi-tb- . that Rrvw In America. We hare a Washington office. ih)slrljix at Cowden and Tana uxild do iiulhlii Patents taken through Mucn Co. receive to buy a certain number name, who will never be forgotten for tor her lt vvmed to del flop Into ment contract peclaJ notice la the lit) riuisuiii STANFOIU), KY of cavalry horses, bought a Golddust the Christian kindness they have shown linn llaliib! Pr Kliu's New IHwurrry In More. SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, and lots of It, he took a Uittle hme. and to us. from F. Reid for $100. the suri'riv of all she to Ket lettrr from lint beantlfullr Illustrated, largest circulation of rates All kinds any scientific Journal, weekly, terms 3.0U a year; Where we have traveled this Spi lug dirw, and hall doivn lottl mirtillorhrr sound and L'phulsterloK ofa repilrini; done it reasonable William Gooch has a sNHtalty s.tuf.ctloa KwriDrxl mouths, specimen copies and iLtMD Consumption, well. 1'r King's Ne Ilooerjr IlJOsH l'ATESTs sent Tree. Address do Poland China bog which weighs right and Summer, prospects are, so far, fa t'oHulii and I olds Is Kiiaraiitcrd toW. 1! this S""d work Try it Kri-- trial bottles ai, MUNN & CO., at 1,000 pounds. Ho says he is going to vorable for a bountiful harvest in the Drug Store. 301 Broadway, Norr York. coming autumn. In many localities the keep him till he weighs 1,500 pounds. Old People. golden cereal is already being hulled In the coming meeting of the LouisUnd'ortalcor, Old wple who require medicine to ityulatn the or the separator, which High-GradFertilizers and Goal. ville Driving and Fair Association by the hum howrls and kldneja will find the true remedy lu of fanners as they Klectrlc Hltterr Thl. medicine dim not stimu- Hustonville, Kentucky . 407 entries for the 13 stakes. cheers the hearts there are Goods Warranted as Uepresented. OBIco on late and contain, no whUkey nor other Intuilcant, MRS. U. D.SIMPSON, Pior.. In the 2:30 class trot there are 01 en- listen to the threshing of their winter's but artta.1 a tunic alterative. It aita mildly o the OfferibUN-rtlceatthe iwople of Weal Main Ptnsat.opiKKitn Elmore's Store. Momathand bowel, adding Mrcnith and Kliimr and Ca.y ruunlM Full atock of ColBujand taakYours Truly, sustenance. tries. t tone to theurvam, thereby aiding Nature lu the eta al way a on band. Stanford. Kentucky D. J. Blake and J. W. Janson. 9 Ivrfoniiameof the fiuicll tin. Klectrlc Hitter, la J. A. Cohen shipped on Monday to J. I), a. Uarpeuter. Manager. an excellent pitlu'r ami aid. dltfmtlnn Old ! J I. TOTTEN. Sai.Kjman W. Bales at Richmond 00 head of expie And UJuit exactly what titer l'llce Newly furnished; clean beds; splendsd Rev. Thomas B. Couchman, a Meth- to nu and tl.lu ivr Dottle at W.need, McltobenVUt 11 Porters port cattle, weighing 1,400 pounde. odist preacher from Whoatley, Ind., Utug Store. table. Everything ic TIIOUOL'OIIIIUED They were bought at 4c $0,000 for the SO trains. moet went to Louisville and had a high old Jiucklm ,Arnica Salve. lot. Woodford Sun. ! time. lie started his lark by going to The net (aire In the world fur cut.,, brill IN Fleishmann, at 3 to 1, won the Bucksorea, ulcer, aalt rheum, ferer aore.. tetter, chap. Thrt nnst ho ped hand, chilblains, curtu and all iktn eruption.. eye stakes at Oakley Saturday, defeat- Illerod's free variety show. There Corn tuul liny, of all met Sadie Berchall and Roslc Opley, It I'nltlTely cure plle.or noioy required. It la Order Offlce and Ftssl Kxthanitf, near the lUllroad attain the greattu The NIOKELL MAGAZINE ing the great Ornament, winner of In red perfect Mtl.lactlnn CnnalDrf, lepol Street, waists, tan shoes and ureg-ula- r KiuraJteedI"rlcegiveceiita r lox. For or money reest weight, fatten shirt funded. ale by V. II. ii wants good reliable agents to can three derbies, selling at 2 to 5. The - - Kontuolcy. easily at any uge sjwrty costume. The Mcltuberta, Druitvas for subscriptions A very net value of the stakes was $3,730. Hoars ready for Coal Yanl, Mill Mrwl, lately J. II lllwlna". enjoyed the service, llllts and sown already bred 1'lgs good rate of cash commission will SatlatMtlon Kiiaranttssl. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAT. The Danville market was very dull preacher and tho "girls" of either sex. not nkln, Questions and be given, or bicycle premiums if show and had n number of drinks. Take llruuio All in)tuitlviinswerel. preferred All material and sam yesterday, with only 100 cattle offered. They left the hall and visited several Pruil.ta Uxallre the money()ulnlne Tablela For fall to Cure. refund If lt ! d J. U. & H. J. McBOBEHTS, Stanford. sale by W 11. .Mcllobcrta, Crlr. Mocker and li. cattle pie copies furnished free. Apply Best yearlings and at once. brought 3.03 and a bunch of common other resorts. Tho parson set a pretty U l'euny, DruggUU, Stanford, Ky. hot pace, but it was none too warm for HEASONS Crab Orchard now has the finest tonsorlal I have a nhon at the forks of the WHVCHAMHEitr.AIN'S CO 1. 10. artist lu thectiintry In thopersonof Sami-ki- . Nickell Magazine, steers 3. No butcher stuff offered. his female companions. At 2 o'clock and llustoiivllUi and Mllledgevllle pikes, near CIIOLEKA AND DIAItltll.KO HlAKKMOUr:. who handles tho C. H. Elmendorf, breeder of HereK. Iteld's and um prepared 180 Summer Street, to do all the parson wound up drunk and realizrnror tu expert tlo. fall on him when .ou Mr ford cattle at Syracuse, Nebraska, ed when he sobered up that ho had kinds of Boston, Mass want u clean shaveor stvllsh haircut. roI. It nlTonU bought 240 steers last fall at $3.30 and been robbed of most of his clothing and ll uf In llocauso jtitlu In thoulmtHt Instiint and stomach, colic of Blacksmithing and Woodwork, $3.00 and estimates that ho obtained 33 25. morlm-.- . He called for the jolice, but all cholera ! U tht only romedy Unit tit It F.EXTN"S cents per bushel on all the corn he fed. they could do was to run hiin In. He vt-- '. At the loueitt tirlces and In thu best manner fulls lu tho moil .ovt.'rb cuvh of I guarantee all my work. I will take all mid dliirrhti a The estimated yield in this year's will hardly go slimming again. kinds of country produce, except for hore U the onlv ri'int-tl:i. Unit will It uch shoeing which Is flu cents, cash. Please giro wheat crop In Te'nnesseo is 10,000,000 Al guardian. Administrator and euro M'ttlement with tho me a khare of your patronage. 4. bushels. Conservative grain men put will who hnvo not madu n In tho last two years It N the tuilj- ronit-dI lluit C. II. MAYES A person with a considerable amount Lincoln Countv Court the price at 00 cents a bushel (if not of spare time on his hands has collect- prevent hlllousIt colic. only remedy thnt will are herehv nol'llled to come forward nt onco 5. Ilecuu'.o Is the and settle or they will 1mi proceeded against more). At this price the 10,000,000 ed tho 'following list of words which cure epidemical dyenterv. W. L. DAWSON. 0. Iluciitiic lt Is thu only remetly that can nccordliig to law. Judge Lincoln County Court 20 Co. may be spelled forward or backward-palindro: Ky. bushels will be wotth $0,000,000. OentiHt, : always be deeiidd ujh)!! In c:ies of choleTom Yeager started Tip Bruco's as they are called in ra tiifiititum. OK SrANIOUIi. KY Office on Lancaster street at Residence Arthur W., in the 2:11 pace ut Detroit learned language: Anna, bab, bib, bob, 7. Itecause II Is the mad prompt mid miht reliable medicine In use for !xnvel Saturday but drew him after tho third bub, civic, dad, deed, deified, dewed, complaints. Paid up Capital, $200,000 00 A. Si. TRiCF Surplus, heat. lie was llfth t heat, 10th the did, ecce, eve, ewe. eye, gog, gig, gag, c llecauso It produces no hid results. 17,603 80 TIN IKD SHEET IRON 0. Itecause It Is and safe to take. second and Wth the third. There were level, madam, noon, otto, pap, peep, Surgeon In. Itecause It has saved the llvc.sof more lly prorlslona of Its charter, deK)altors are a IS starters and the best time was 2:07J. pip, pop, pup, redder, refer, .epaper, people than utiv other medicine In the fully prolis tsl a aro denltora lu National llauka, Denti3t, ICY Ita ahareholders Isring held Individually llnlile to The best bunch of lambs raised in reviver, rotator, sees, shahs, tat, tit, world. US and Sue sires for sale b Cralj; ft I SSolo proprietor of Dean's HUck DIsmond lUxd the extent of the amount of their atmk therein at The Ky value Inns, r, In addition to thtiaiiiount l'alnt. Ultimate jurulalinl for lalntliig wo.xl. the arIn Hocker. I)ruj;j;lsts. Stanford. Ky Mercer county this year, were deliver- toot, tot and tut. nali ahares It may act as executor, a, metal and Iron roof. Satisfaction iuaranteeil All lllack Itlamond l'alnt mlnlalratiir, trustis.-- Ar , aa fully at an llicllrldiial, with roofa imlnted McUjlerts' Drug Store lu the Owsley ed Thursday by John Early Sims to Ii. OUceorer TemlerliiKour thanks to thorn who haiecnlrutt warranteJ for year. Dealer lu Wt Clateru runii 88 to Chicago and Rktuiin. The Iluildlug. F. Sanders & Co. The bunch consisted their audtialrauizisl Iron Filters. (ialTanlitsl and lllack el do so, hinlnma to ua, ae trust they will continue to and wo oiler aa Motion Route will sell tickets Wednesprompt atIron Itoolinirof all klmU. of bo averaging 88 pounds. The price tention to saiun our '0 years' exivrieuru In day, July 21, from Louisville to ChicaOf Lincoln and Garrard. Bslilieralaoeomtuoilatlons as are consistent received for them wits cents. with (hiiiiiiI liatiklug. go and return ut S3, being one fare for ! Sayings. mmroKv W THE POPULAR Owing to the wet weather last year most Smock Bros, had 100 acres of .vheat tho i ound trip. Tickets will bo good Ml. J.J Williams, II. Vernon, All ienioni ilcilrlnit Ikui I'mts fur plank fence, 2U. The rate all of the wheat lu the cnuntri was damagW. Cummins, Preachers! Ule; lullKltLB.'lllli which yielded .',540 bushels, or an av- returning until until July ed, and to do our customers justice we had i.ui nml ratllnir or wire feme rail mm wlial they .Owsley, Sr., J. II. Owsley. .m .1 in nirir. npjr Ciilar ureeic. on mu puce Is incident to the unveiling of the Lo- to grind It for them lu order to hold our cus William tiooch, S. II. Shaiila, erage of a little over bushels I also leading; from Crab Orchard to Stanford K. J. Luiliry, J V. Cash, tom, who W- Cars.ntcr, R. S. Vanarsdall, proprietor of gan Monument In Chicago July 22. ers orami aKo for others wouldwere custom keep on hand a supply or plank for fcnclmr.I. Ml '! Iv not accom bln.Li.rtiinttii'r fur lillllillll liiirimies: aN oilier milts which J. N. Meuefce. dwlrlnit any article ol the Harrodsburg Roller Mills, has Pull particulars will be furnished on modate their old customers, and as they and sldiiKles. All OfFICIKS. my have this klmi bought 12,000 bushels of wheat ut ."Sc, aniillcation at Monon City Ticket Of- - ought good wheat this asear wu think they Crwk. can rail on mo at O. W store nearCedar S. II. Shanks. President, MM, LUTON. 32 to patronize others would not Bacon, Dis accommodate themus J. II. Owsley, Cashier, llcc or by addressing E. II. (iOc and Hoc. Harrodsburg Democrat. last year. Our Hour W..M. lirlght, Teller this) ear will give the liest of .atIsfartloii Mattingly, Spalding & Co. shipped trlct Passenger Agent, Louisville, Ivy and we will guarantee It to nil. us wo have to Meyers & Housman, of Baltimore, & new cloths lu our mills. Thanks for past MOIMMOINIOINI 'Who was tho mother of Moaes?" favors. Wo are Very ltusMctfully Your-- , t 8 cxM)i-- cattle, 1,400 jwunds each, at ....I'roprleton MOItltlS I'KEI). teacher. "1'ha 4jc. John and Ben Simms consigned asked tho Sunday-schoo- l OK STANFOltD, KY. the raoh's LIVERY.FEED& SALE;STABLE IffllMEl' M to Lehman & Co., Baltimore, 50 export brlL'htestdaughter," responded said "Oh.no," of her bovs. cattle, 1,425 pounds, at 4c. The two Capital Stock 3100,000. Ky. Surplus $15,750. JMIOIMBIINI sales amounted to $8,5(11.25. Lebanon the teacher; "she only found him in V m Turnouts, prompt attention, Tery Attention ot the public Is railed to tho fact that tho bulrushes." "Yes," replied Young Enterprise. KOUTE. reasonable rates A ortlou of your patronage is this Is the only National Hank In Stanford. Un18 America, "that's what SHE said." der tho provisions ol tho National llauk Act resiiettfully aollcltel & Co. have shipped about The Iltst Line tound From depositors are secured not only by tho capital stock, fMOIMRfl M Cogar of wheat from this point.0 bushels hut by the stockholders liability for an amount Teheran, Persia, is to have a teleisjual tn the stock, so that dcixwltors of this InstituIt wns purchased at DO cents and tho phone exchange aud a Now York house TOLEDO AND tion am secured by a fund of S.CO,0oo. Vive sworn statements of the condition ot the Hank are luado !0 AH I'ulnti lu Michigan. bulk of it went to Newport News. Jas. is to supply the instruments. They IMllMl each year to the United States Government aud Its R. Nutter, whose farm is partly In Pay- - will have to bo carried 800 miles on as Assets are examined at stated times by government CHICAGO. Money to loan on Improved city proerty or pro- agents, thus securing additional and tierfect sjtet j etto and partly in Scott countios, had u des"White City Seclal." tho backs of mules to get to their ductive farms In Stanford aud Lincoln county al to depositors. This Institution originally established as the Also I wll flno yield of wheat. On 45 acres he tination after landing at Bushlro. 6 per cent., payable Send- - Annually. Hot Terminal Station. Hank of Stanford In 1U.VS, then reorganised as furnish bonds for public or corporation oillclalst alsed 1,471 bushels or 32.7 bushels to the National Hank of Stanford In ISM andagalu Executon, Administrators or Guardians ut LOUIS. reorgsnlied as the First 'alloual Hank ot Stanford best l'lru Inu rates. Am azent for four of the the acre. Midway Clipper. "Last summer ono of our; Avoiding the Tunnel had surance Companies doing business In Kentucky and In 1S82, hasyears.practically au uninterrupted exists with use veto wui It Is better supplied now wlU. R. M. Jackson, general manager of Mrn. nickO. Oregory, of bowel trouhlu," says solicit patronage of property holders In Stanford. ence for 35 Krederlokstowti, Mo. E. tacllltles for transiting business promptly and libBOSTON. Hates same as other companies doing business hero erally the Laurel County Pair Co., remembers Our doctor's remedy had failed, then wo than ver before In Its long aud honorable WALLACE E. VAItSON, Agt Waijner.SleepIng Cars. carer. Arruuuts of Individuals, fiduciaries, arms us with a complimentary to tho exhibi- tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera aud and Individuals solicited. Itemedy, which jrnvo very speedv re(MM tion which will bo hold Aug. 25, 2rj and lief." Korsalo by Craig & Hocker, DrugD DIKBCTORS. YORK. FRANK J. KEED, K. Held, Lincoln Co.; 27, and writes that nil provious efforts gists, Stanford, Ky. Butlet Parlor Cars, Wajmer Sleeplnz Can, Prlrat J. W. Hayden, Stanford Chlcueo. O.P.A., " s. II. Haughman, " S. T. Harris, Coiupartiuent Can, tlegant Coaclies and ... K. n. IIACON. Tho other , will bo eclipsed this year. T. P. Hill. M J. S. Hocker. " Can. You may hunt tho world over mid you lAJuUTllle. fnirMl officers are Jv. L. Tanner, McKlnney. W. A. Trlbble. U.P.A " J. T. Williams, president; will not llnd another medicine iNiual to Your Htomneh, If not J.II. Colller.Crab Orch'dr M. J. Miller, Make healthv pork. Vernon. lie sure your tickets read rla "DIG FOUK" vour conscloncu, dotnunds that you feed Dr. .11, u.ciiuore, oianroru. E. A. Oliuniburluln'a Colic, Cholera and Dtarrhicat, E. O..MCCOKMICK, rJlfrH W. A. Parsley, SrufMhVl ffil M fnl 171 IMlfril )U V. B. MAHTIN, Hemedy for bowel complaints. It Is ploas-unu N1UVUL JUXJl. JUVJUYU1 Hog Kcincdy a a preventive of Jllaas' orricias. Chlltnn. Boorotnriv Tho iltiinmir l I'aawuger.l rafflcJMgr., Gen. Iav, A Tkt. A gt. safe and reliable. For sale by Craig ft and pork producer. For Male hv S. Hocker, President; J. J. Mcltobcrts, CaihUr , dudes tho best men in the county: CINCINNATI, Hocker. Stanford, Ky. Ky. BH03., .V. FflKMHNP TRADE, LETTER FROM A MORMON. JoI-kx.- i I THE INTERIORJOURNAL 100 The Winter Of Your Discontent PIANOS I'St-hc- r ncn -- vance Itt ortirtl ieWm I Hoir-at-La- w CRAB ORCHARD FIRE INSURANCE court-hous- e, Til SP?VCS. d. FHHNIX OPj Insurance Company, -.- Blue-Gras- . Hluo-dni- 1 Caledonian Insurance or Scotland. lU-- R.B.MAHONY.Agt, 1 C PROPERTY Are Destroyed by Fire or Lightning r $ GdSTLELim - -- aoou-multitlo- n t W. A. THIBBILI!. IH-a- m l - , Ils-omr- JC H.D.PHILLIPS, Gun and X.ook J, B. HIGGINS, Farm Wagons, Pleasure Vehicles, three-year-ol- d o Mcllob-erts- " Mason Hotel tirst-clas- s. J. T. SITTTOWT, Agricultural Implements, e l.ancaster, Kentucky. - A NOEL SOtt, EARN MONEY. DEHLERS COKL, te - Stanford; 1,000-poun- NOTICE JR 9 ojH-ne- DUROC HOGS iro-lll- lc hn-ed- The -- o:i-.- o W. B. -- Ilfi-siU- r NOTICE Ili'i-tiu- o chronlc-dlurrh:i-;i- . - Stanford. mes, Farmers Bank&Tnist J.T.Jones, STANFORD, s ai-t- lh-s- lea-a- nt WIS, Stanford, S2 I I , TO THE PUBLIC! f M0MOMMPIN1OIMM -- hank-ingan- d ." Har-rodsbu- rg mmm ISrOTICB M MM0M0MMO(N0IM OM0 .' pet-acr- A- - MOM0MMOIMOMM IMOMOMM, OKlMoMOWO TH tVJ m m SHELBY SHELBY, Us-- St FIRSTNATIONALBANK MM OMM o "BIG ST. 4: JunctionlClty, First-Clas- s 25,-00- m m DETROIT 1MMMINI y0M0IMM(Q)M0 MM O(M0iyiM0(Ni MvlMMEl 0M MO V- mm mi Ml Mil Ml It, De-po- 1 1 reason-abl- e grnnd-chlldre- Dlar-rlit- ua ON IMS -- NEW Din-lu- g Only Healthy Hogs dU-eu- vice-preside- so OlNlOilMylMOiN . OHIO. TANNEH McKluney, A. McKlnney, AssUtantCusaler, -- vt... xj..J'jmJ,-.'.Liii..- . u HHm M""JtJT!!r!!t!r!nttI!rzi: ti r ,m n fc - ; r .jaK..jh -- 5'XTr: