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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897072301 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. &. iy y V M r SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY., FRIDAY. JULY 23, 189T. LANCASTER ' 1: V XXVI. Shelby Citv. s. NO. 42 HUSTONVILLC I wW be I rv n THE ? STANFORD sn-ro- NK.vr at Hustonvlllo next week to wiu. peoin sept, c. iot. The Christian Kuticuvor Society was J. It. Mount and family, of LnG range, practice my profession. W. B. Penny, reorganized Sunday by a ruconsm'rn are visiting relatives here. Porno changes will then bo nimle In the work of tlii toichurs so as Ut swuro ii creator efllelrnev In all If irtmunU. Itev. George O., Mrs and Miss Mario dentist. tlon of 1" netive and 7 ifnoulnte mem-burMM Martin will bo prliirlp-i- l of the I'rlmini anil I'repir.itory DapirtmiMits and will oMocrs will bo ducted Barnes left on Wednesday morning for! MIb! JlH'1 Stagg, of Liberty, is n The now ivi spvrini nui'imon 10 mo sm uicr punus. Ovvingsvlllo. where ho hud been ailed wolcome visitor at Mrs. I' ranees CabMM Hiirrls will plve luvtotis In Art. Elocution, rii.tslc.il Culture. I'roo Mind Drawing, boon. x- nnil will tench cIjishu In Itemllng anil History bell's this week color- to hold u meeting. Maggie Fisher, an MM Cowen will continue to give Icssoim In Iuitrumtmt il and Vo-Music anil In Volco We hear reports that make us un Seven ladles and three gentlemen Culture. ed girl, was found on the ground iienr Dr. Hioltnn and Mrs. Htullev will have charge of cl.is-.lu the Collegiate Deiiartment. her home early this morning uncon- were examined for school certitlcates easy about ono of our largest old bachTor further Information call on Mrs. tMuney nt tho College or write to her for Catalogue . morphine, from the olTeoth last week, seven of tho 10 receiving elors. He secm9 inclined toward Libscious from erty of evenings. s certificates. of which bhu died about 0 A. M. SuiThe indications are that the West The wheat king of Garrard, T. S cide, evidently. She was In tho store Elkln, entertained a number of friends End will have a three days' fair this here yesterday evening. M.s. S.tlUo Woods and children, and relatives, by giving a delicious year at tho splendid half mile track Mrs. Elkln Is a near Morelund. The matter will be MhstM Ira Woods and DcmIo Moore dinner Wednesday. OITers Instruction In Agriculture, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, three lines decided Saturday. of Jessamine, are visiting Mm. queen of tho culinary department. Young, of sclentlllc study. vU: Mathenmtlcal, lllologleal mid Chenilc.il. Claries and Pedagogy, Our wheat raisers sfcm unwilling to each of which leads. to u degree. If the gold lu Alaska continues to John S. Moore and Mm. W. n.Grubbs. Twentv-KlgUrge und well l'rofesrs mid Assistants. Laboratories and MUsCyrono Dunn, of Danville, Is tho show up In large quantities the scarcer accept the present prices offered for equipped. County appointees receive I'ree Tuition. Matriculation. I'uel and Lights and Burko. Dr. W. metal will bo silver and of course It their crops and are preparing to hold. Koom Kent. Trntellng expenses also given to appointees who remain the full collegiate guest of Mlm Clyde year. Hoard lu dormitories SJ.2S per week. In private families S2.S0 to i'.l. Hoard, uniIs II. Lawwell Is In Cincinnati to dispone will bo moro valuable than gold and, There somo talk of building un eleform. ImhjUs and washing need not exceed il'i(? per .tear. MISS MAKV ELKIN. Mot eland. Tall Term Heglus Second Thursdut In September Preliminary Ex imlnatlons first Monof hid tobaeeo. Mlscs Mabel and Maud therefore, It will become the standard vator at Pretty as this counterfeit present- day In September. Dr. Bertie Carpenter is at Liberty in of Lexington, are guests of money of the country. Uppinglon I'or catalogues and other Information appl to Misses Frances Collier, Maltlo Elkin, response to a telephone message culling ment of the lovely young girl is, those Mrs. Hay. Mis Klhul Patterson, of Cow-dewho know Miss Mary Elkin will say It JAMES K. PRTTEffSON, Pfr.V, L. L. P., Pres. Jamestown, Is with her friend, Mls Catrle Currey, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. El- her to the bedside of Miss Dollle F. B. Twldwell Is confined to his falls far short of doing her justice. She Friday, Lily Owens. Mrs. Vnnhuss and llttlo kln and son, Dan, leave ylrlsf of Lexington, have boon vlsltiug for Cum A. J. Gross, Fountain Ferry, room from k slight attack of Insomnia. is not only an exceedingly pretty llttlo Tho barn of Jerry Briscoe was struck brunette, but is amiable a9 she Is comeLouisville, to be guests of Gun. D. It. Mrs. Cyrus Dutton. by lightning last week but not burned. ly. At present she Is with her father, Tho protracted meeting continues Collier during the encampment of the Tho damage will be repaired this week Deputy Supreme Commander of the with increasing Interest at tho Chris- Louisville Legion, (1st Reg. Ky. State by tho Kentucky Growers' Insurance Maccabees, M. F. Elkin, at Port Hu- Having considered the question from almost every standpoint, we have decided to adopt tho had to be placed Guards). tian church. Chairs City Marshal G. T. Farrls has made Co., under the direction of their agent, ron, Mich., where the order Is In SuIn tho aisle Sunday night to accommopreme Lodge. Miss Mary is just sweet W. R. Williams. date the Immense audience assembled several arrests lately and the police Miss Elizabeth Fagln, of Newport, sixteen and If present promises are fulto listen to Hro. HomvcH'h discourse. court machinery has been running at a and Mrs. John J. Cushing, of Cincin- filled sho will be the prettiest worann Revs. Street, of tho Presbyterian lively sieed. Rev. Richie, a colored Taylor, of the Baptist minister, was lined one cent nati, ure visiting Mr. and Mrs. Becch-e- r in this countv of prettv women. church, Louisville, and Beginning July 1, 1S9T. lellevlng that it will Ins moru satisfactory to both buyer and seller. Adams. Mrs. Cushing is the wife of MORELflND. Haptist church, Georgetown, assisted and costs for striking Jack Simpson, No bid debts will nocumultite, consequently wu can ell goods cheaper. It will take much Hamilton county's justly celebrated, In tho services Sunday. Misses Hill, an olllcer In his church, Instead of turnThe Danville second nine will cross less capital, our expenses will bo less and there Is every reason why the cash ststem will Arnola Lnglemun, Mary and Laura ing tho other cheek. Charley Ander- free silver republican, whose efforts bats with the second nine of Huston-vlll- e prove satisfactory. We only ask you to try It avrlillu and If jou find It Is not to your adSandldge, Kdna Shlvell, Mrs. William son, colore J, was sent to the work- for the cause of the masses against the on the latter's grounds Saturday vantage, wo will not kick on your l)uIng from merchants who sell on credit. We are satTrosporund Mrs. Sandusky have been house 85 days for selling liquor unlaw, classes are making astounding Inroads afternoon. The last game between the isfied e can sell you goods from 10 to 25 per cunt, che'tpjr th in Urn credit men and thl Very truly, should certainly be an Inducement to jou. received hy baptism, Mrs. Dr. Steele fully and Anderson Leavell, colored, Uou the ranks of the g. o. p. Tho 'steenth birthday of Mrs. V. B. two nines was played at Danville and and Mrs. Joe Wright by letter since was lined $25 fdr the same offense. was the winner by a score llustonvllle Tho main subject of conversation Is Morse and Miss Agnes' Williams was of 11 to 10. last roKrt. Almost every day there charmingly celebrated on tho 20th ut has been a baptism In the jkk)1 near the events of tho fair and conjectures Tho fair promises to bo a certainty tho church. Tho meeting will prolw about the circus that didn't come. The tho cottage home, Morscdnle, by an ele- from the tvuy our peoplo are taking Hrst was u grand success In every sense gant noon tea given by .Mr. and Mrs. bly close the last of the week. stock in it. Mr. James McAlIster has V. B. Morse. Tho menu of and. judging from rcortu about the orate courses was elegantly three elab- charge of served; Inthe Moreland end of tho encircus, we are better off because it deed It was a collation worthy of the terprise, while VICINITY NEWS. Mr. W. R. Williams, of didn't show up, ns a band of swindlers gods and In keeping with the past hos- Hustonvillc, is pushing things along Sel Waggoner, formerly of Danville, is s.tid to follow it and many have been pitality of the West End. Some of up there. It will probably be held the- defrauded to the tune of several hun- aousa s most oeauiuui selections wero died at Covington. masterly rendered on the pluno, mando- luttcrpart of August. More particu'&1 ' are l,reP,irt,d to store wheat at a less price than you can storo It your- Walter Hyrd, who was shot by, John dred dollars: but there are many who lin, guitar and piccolo by the West End W' KM.df. Call and see us and wo lljl Is dead, and went for tho purpose of seeing It, and Symphony Club during tho serving of lars later on. Iteedyat Willln.nsburg, Miss Nannie Fogle, of MIddleburg, this elegant repast thut will long be reReedy is charged with willful murder. we are indignant at its failure to Is visiting the family of James Coffey membered by nil present. , The Advocate says that Peter Glleh-e- r There were .'150 attended tho holiness this week. Miss Collins and brother, On Wednesday evening at S:.'l0 the camp left Wednesday for Rotterdam and meeting here Sunday night. of Danville, are tho guests of Mrs. that this Is his eighth trip across the marriage of Mr. Presley Adkerson, of The Interest Is slowly but surely In- Aug. Bridgowater. Miss Mary DavTor tou. ocean. South Boston, Va., to Miss Bessie Mae, creasing and by next Sunday wo preHulTaker, of Casey, shot the jwpular and accomplished daugh dict that tho capacity of their large iess Dudderar, of Stanford, visited tho Sheriff J. L. a toiiL'h. when ho rc- - ter of Dr. J. D. Batson, occurred at the tent, seating 500, will not be sufficient family of Mr. Thos. Smiley, the first of rvilumlitirt to accommodute the attendance. Many tho week. Mr. Wm. King and bride, nlstcd arrest, but fortunately did not homo of the bride's uncle, R. II. Bat-so- hope to see Bro. Helm hero before tho of s& tho Southern part of the State,camo kill him. Elder George Govvcn officiating. meeting closes. Tho earnest work of In Tuesday for a short visit to tho famg and peo- Murshal Hrannan, of Jollico, was Mr. Homer Batson and sister, Miss Lu-l- these s29SS nle should have the hfJirtv aminnrt ttnil ily of his father. Hon. B. B. King. Ed. Williamsburg for takheld in $i"0 at cousins of tho bride, were attend encouragement of overy child of God In Sibold, of Lexington, Is paying a short ing a watch from tho duad body of Ed ants. The wedding march was played the vicinity. Tholr teachings from the visit to relatives In tho Peyton's Well Montgomery. by Miss May Hughes, who has just re- Bible lead the mind out from self and neighborhood. Mr. Wollby Butt, of Robert Ponder shot and Instantly turned from the Cincinnati Conserva- soul up to God, correcting tho narrow- Beaumont, Kansas, Is visiting his coused conceptions that many have of llfo. killed Andy Settles ut Hazel Putch. tory of Music. The wedding was ono ins, the Coffey boysSnear here this locked up at of the most brilliant society events of Ponder was arrested and LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. week. London and says he shot in self defense. the summer. The bride is a talented muThe case of the Commonwealth vs. Mr. H. T. Mureum received a mesAssets of tho defunct People's Hank, sical orformer and her voice has more ( J. D. Dal ton, charged with a breach of of Mlddlesboro, amounting to about than a local reputation. They left at sage Tuesday telling of tho death of the peace, was tried hero Saturday afhis father In Russell county. 10 per cent, once for their home In Virginia. 82.5,000, were sold for nltout ternoon. Somo few weeks ugo Edward Rev. Zachary T. Williams, of of that sum and were bought by It. C. V Monday will be county court day and i."w r.sMV tilled tho pulpit o! Rev. Joseph Compton, In a temjrorary absence of Ford. the democratic commllteo will meet. It Mr. Dnlton, helped himself to some 35 Tho turnpike committee of Madison is understood that the other nomina- Montgomery Sunday at tho Christian or $0 out of Dalton's money drawer. tions will te made, as It Is hoped that church. with W. W. PIgg, tho has closed will submit their claims The Liberty boys have organized & Mr. D. being satisfied upon the discovturnpike magnate, for tho Madison end all candidates hurtful effects of a priand avoid tho pike, 11 mary election. Indeed" It Is thought base ball team and are practicing dally. ery of tills los that young Compton of the Richmond it Irvino THE HtfiO that u candidate has no right to dic- They will cross bats with Dunnville was tho culprit, following him and miles, at 750 iHir mile. uion overtaking tho young man deboard of sinking fund commlb-aloner- a tate to the properly constituted author Saturday ut that place. The of the party, manded him to turn over to him the A tirtt http ovnmtnntlnn fm tilttnAnnli Thoroughbred Euro. Jersey &&D HDDS, VjssJnsKKSjSjHSalPHH uccepted tho proiosltlon of tho itiesclaims stinll bo tno manner in whicli ' settled. It is hoped ers In the public his ,nonci' ho hud stolen Being a little schools waajiold here Fnyotto fiscal court for the purchase of that the committee will inquire into dilatory, Dnlton reached up for last Friday and Saturday. My breeders were selected from the beat herds of the Loxlngtou and Georgetown, and everything that would strengthen or applicants were in attendanceAbout 15 young man's neck, and gave himthe of this famous breetl of swlue In several States A Nleholusvlllo weaken a candidate and. with party D.invllle, Lancaster and splendid lot of pigs of diilerent ages for sale. 11 red aml M,8 M.l,ud shake or two, when Compton admitted '.mrXXoliyhiiPaH success alone in view, discard personal sows a specialty Satlslactlou guaranteed. Corresturnpike companies at ? 1,500 per mile. considerations ami nominate ttie strong- Yloung, near Walnut!., pondent! solicited. Address -Bl,- n- Ulld Ulrne(1 ovcr After 1111, were married Sunday ovonlntr at we can win est men. If this is done R. H. BRONAUQH, the home of tho bride by tho Rev. Compton's conviction for this offen&e, every race from constable to judge. Hubble. l Orchard, Ky. .Ml lie. ho retaliated by having a warrant Tho Garranl County Colored Join' Mr. James D. Owens, the new post- sworn out for Dalton, as above stated. Blackberries are worth 15 to 20o per Fair Association will he held at the master, has taken charire of the ollice. bucket hero. Fair grnunds near Lancaster on Friday otllcu has been moved from Mr. A little "trigger work" was worked In Elder W. P. May will preach at tho and baturduy, Aug. (i and 7. A board The Whlpp's store to that of iSupier and the matter of impanelling u jury and a GEORGE H. Of Lincoln and Garrard. Christian church here Sunday morn- of 50 directors from adjoining counties company. Will Stone will assist Mr. man was brought from Turnersville for ing and evening. have have formed a combination to Owens in tho ollice. the solo pucioe of making a convicHeals k, Daniels, of Northvlllo, Mich- give one of tho largest and most atOwing to tlio wet wiMther Inst je.ir most The stockholders of igan, without any murmuring, sent tractive entertainments of the kind ev- Hustonvlllo turnpike tho Liberty and tion, In order to throw tho costs upon a sill of tho wheat In tho country was ilainng-w- l, & company held mid to do our customers Justice wo li.ul the Christian church lierei new er given in tho Suite. A grand barbeof tho oflt they sold cue will also bo given on tho llrot day tholr annual election Saturday. Mr. man that would bo responsible for tho to grind it for them In order to holdourcu boll lu the place who wero customT. IMeree was president. Mr. torn, Ky. Box them last year but which cracked u to the different lodges and societies David Humphrey,chosen retiring presi payment of tho same. Considerable in- ers ofami also for others would not accomtho other mills which few weeks ago. that come out for tho $00 prize given dent, declined to run again on account dignation was manifested upon the re- - modate their old customers, and as they Has had 13 year' practice before all tho Mr. Will Kankin Is up from Wayna to tho order which turns out tho greatsuit, (one cent and costs). That, with hate good wheat this j ear wo think they Depa tments lu Washington City. 9 others would not to tiuy wheat and visit his nephow. T. est number, to bo enrolled on the bad health. Wilkinson gtivo n bocuiI omcr Mrs. G. H. inings, iuukc& certain omciuis ought to p.itronUousns tear. Our Hour was called to grounds. A $.'10 prize will bo given accommodate them lust C. Rankin. Dr. Lewis Wednesday evening In honor of Who can think this tear will give tho best of satisfaction see Mike Rogers a few duyo ago, who to the lcst brass baud, not less than pretty sister. Miss Daisy Gibbons, her very unpopular in Moreland. of some simple of T. II. V. and tto will guarantee It to all, as wo have Wanted-- An tblzu tonalentr was thought to have fuver, but Is bet- four contesting. $700 will bo given In Knoxvllle, Tenu. A good crowd of now cloths In our mills. Thanks for past Protect your Ideas t ther mar tirlcir tou wealth. now. John and Joe Dunbar, of premiums, including contests and stock tor - Patent juiUN WEDDEItuUHN tvr'ie Washington, D. c, ror A CO-SI.SJU prixa Attor. Very UespictfuUy Your , favors. Wo aro attendance und neyn, Oder their RESPECT' THE STOMACH. Russell, are visiting Mr. 'Sidney Dun- shows. Sccinl trains from Cincinnati young people wero In time. MOUKlri rilEI). an list nt two hundred lnrentlons wanted. a very pleasant bar. Davo Nowburn, of llustonvllle, - and Louisville. James Combs, Dan- report handsome now residence of Mr. The Few peoplo do have respect for tho is hero selling fruit trees to ovcry- ville, president; A. Cnrr, Stanford, "Writing from Santa Cruz, Cal., July Lafe Sharpo is Hearing completion and stomueh. If a thing "tastes good" and alum, and aro therefore of inferior Frank Lackoy, Lancas- when finished will improve tho appear14, Mr. A. "W. Carpenter says: Wo aro Mi's. .fas. Rogers departed this life ter, secretnry; Wm. King, Lancaster, health. ance of that end of town very much. Is not so hot or so cold us to be painful quality and dangerous to n having a big time. Arrived hero Just Saturday morning. Sho had been a ass't see'y. Tho safer way Is to look for tho Mr. Judd Phillips Is also building u to tho mouth or throat, It Is swallowed consumptive or u numbor of years. in that part of town. In by too many people regardless of conyellow lubol of tho Roy-u- l In time to see a shark captured &J feet residence red nnd Sho was a daughter of Robert Pollard. Dr. Kiiuj't New DUcovery Jor Contumption new eastern part of town Messrs. Pryor the Baking Powder. Thut Is certain to long, weighing 8,000 pounds. I hear Sho leaves a good husband and six lltThis U the leai tiiisllclne In the world for all Young aud Clay Adams havo tho foun- sequences. you ure having hot weather. Wo tlo children to mourn her departure. fornu of oouulu anil ruld and for consumption. dations laid for new houses. Do not give tho stomach food that cover a powder free from alum. The that A now sleep under heavy cover every night. was a member of tho Methodist Ktery hottle Is imarantttsl. It will cum iiml not She . building is to bo built this fall. will Irritate It or returd It In tho per Royal is made of cream of tartar, a pure it im no equal lor Hooping cough, church hero and a modol Christian-woman- Bap- disappoint. r fever, pneumonia, lironcliltls, cold In school astmua, The Christian church is going to build formance of its natural functions or it wholesomo fruit acid derived from On July 3d I played snow ball with Kuykondall, of the Hro. u Knpix) u,ul fr consumption. It Ii ,11V lieml somo pretty New Jersey uud Kentucky worship. Wo aro Into and atweall, a tist church, oMointed In tho funeral sjfo for all irftt, pleaiuut well taketake Mr. kiium a new house of or two of our mer- will retaliate in a way thut is decided grapes. It Is renowned for adding formed that ono sure cure. UUalwajt tho Lancaster Cemetery, New Ute Pills lu connection to Dr. King's New chants aro contemplating building new ly unpleasant. A headache, a "lump" qualities to tho food, as girls. But don't put this In the paper. sorvlcesat with might DLjcoTprv. aj tliur itsiulato and tone the stomach My wife and two mothers-ln-lawhero tho romnlna were interred. These improvements or "heavy feeling" in the stomueh and well as for making flnor and better ami iMwels. We Ktiaruntos) ixrfts:t satisfaction or business houses. see It. Have just had a plunge in old money. Free trial bottllt- at W. 11. Mc show that Liberty Is keeping up with irritations of tho skin aro mostly symp- food. Gov. Bradley has pardoned Dinning rvtiiru drug store. Itcgular size 50c and SI. ocean. KotnrU' the times In spite of "McKlnloy pros- toms of disordered digestion resulting up for killing Jodlo Conn, when sent High Brldgo camp perity." Talmaok. Tho tired boy of New York city An unwholesome food. tho mob of which I ho was Ono, jnltil A Valuable Prescription. f .IwIhh an ""joto August smoked 17 packages of cigarettes one Miss Daisy Gibbous, of Knoxvllle, from meeting convenes July Into nis nouse, aim i uuuik Alum baklpg powders aro responsiKdllor Morrison, ol the Worthlngtnn, lud., Sun, Tenn., Is visiting her sister, Mrs. G. no ho in protecting hlmsolf,man didwould moro writes: ''You htre a valuable prescription In R. Wilkinson. Misses Alice and Dol- ble for the larger part of this unwhole- 1st Inelusivo this year. B. Fuy Mills, day and died tho noxt day. .The wonor Klectrlc Hitters, and I can cheerfully recommend ihnn imv other tho evangelist, occupies tho principal der and the worst of It all is that he constipation and sick, ueadiche and as a tell lle Cnboir, of llustonvllle, who havo some food, for it is a fact well recogshould havo dotfo under tho sumo cir It forsystem placo on tho program for Saturday and tonic It liu no eiiusl." Mrs. Annie been visiting at the Stagg Hotel durjorc-e- d er hadn't died the same day. cumstances, and lnsteau oi oeing atehlo, 'JiTM Cottage U rove Avenue Chicago, ws all ing tho past week, returned homo Mon- nized by physicians that alum rendors Sundav, July 24th and i"th and the to wear a convict garb, ho Is not on- ruu dowa. could not eat nor digest food, lud a link great Talraage will preach July 31st Mrs. Clarence Fitch, of Cleveland, food indigestible and unwholesome. Miss Julia Stagg accompanied nclie which never left her and lelt tlrvdstnd weary, day. ly entitled to acquittal, but to tho A brilliant program Owens-borrestored ber bottles of The danger to health from this cause and August 1st. Intervening days, of O., who presented her husband with a of overy citizen who loves hut six and reoewcJ Eleitrie Hitters rrlco SOo and them. Dr. and Mrs. Ellis, of strength, who have been visiting Mr. John Is so imminent that it behooves every Is arranged for and a special feature of girl 13 weeks ago, has surprised htm per- uosltli a bottle at W.her McUolxrU' drug store. 11. good government and desires tho I. (let Whljip, have returned home. Mr. Al- ono to adopt precautionary measures to music, sermons petuation of free Institutions. Too long illustrated lectures by Prof. Shearer, by presenting him with another child, mond Jones, of Creelsboro, who has Bucklin'a Arnica Salve. havo mobs disgraced tho fair namo of Low rato excursions a boy. The doctors aro puzzled. keop alum baking powders, which aro of Cincinnati. Kentucky, and while I am governor of The iit salve in tile world for cuts,, bruises been with his brother, Dr. R. A. Jones, now so numerous, from Queen & An order prohibiting the carrying of the kitchen from all points on tho Somreset. Creswent home Monday, taking the doctor, See small tho Commonwealth, no man, howeverd tores, ulcers, salt rheutu, fever tore, tetter, chap, who goes for a short visit to his pacent, Cincinnati to children on bicycles in front of punish-ened bands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions. stores. It will be found that those small bills or ask your agent fo" parobscure and friendless, shall bo Is It positively cure piles or no nay required, Stono has a member of a mob who guaraJteed. to give perfect satisfaction or moneyIt rents. Miss Amanda weeks' visit re- powders sold at a lower price than Roy- ticulars. W. C. Klnearson, gen'l pass, adult riders has been sustained by for killing in turned from a two lrlc 23 cents comes to take hU life or drive him Mcltoberti, Druggist. per box. For sale by V. H. Jamestown. Eastern courts. al are almost Invariably mauo from agent. from his home. FEMHLE f C0LLEG6 sL 0W nl tlrst-elas- State College of Kentucky. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, Mti-euht a n. to-da- A Word To You. THE CASH SYSTEM, -- 41 FARRIS & HARDIN, ap-poa- r. 1 Will Either Buy or Store I I! i ltut. n, J. H. BAUGHMAN St CO. a, God-fearin- God-lovin- g METAL ROOFING. A FLOORING, A.C.S1HEJ CEILING, Mont-pelle- r, STANFORD, Kf. VcK TO nSsas FINISH. 33 QUUS-QUA- ? SIDING, 4' Farm aind Yard Fence. I J ,-.- ,,, i TO THE PUBLIC! M'KIOTEY. 30-I- n. Pension Claim Agent, l. 44, Stanford, Idea J 3s-- 2t t: well-know- ni s. i w - I o, f t s, "-- " JfV, -- V . xL.. ., ' i'ZX. H ;i a !", i. GAL ..-.,,- .,.. .' ,, I,, m "i ' tew fi;p" '""'ipy i'jmu" I) m ,.m.i) iy i., jn, .i. J' yy yi '''' '""I'Wi" 7f'T " '"y'tfyr 'U'V'Vjiwfr r jw'rvy h f . M ? if ' r A i . f fc t I ic i Capt. T. W. Bottom, tho auctioneer, Gazette. prlzo watermelon grown has announced for tho Lcglslaturo in A Boyle. Ho Is a rcpublican-frcin Georgia was shipped to President Stanford. Ky., July 23. 1S97 McKinloy. Lyon fc Allen bought during the past Alderman Jonne, of Louisville, a announced that he would sup- week a car load each of butcher cattle W. P. WALTON. port the democratic ticket, and was op- and hogs at 3c posed to Toddism. And there aro othW. W. Hays sold for S. T. Harris to ers. Courier-JournL. H. Hudson, of Louisville, three devoted a colThk Justice Hlnes says it is im- geldings for 8250. umn in its Monday's issue and some of possible for him to accept tho National Store your wheat with us and get Its valuable space in its Tuesday's edidemocratic nomination for circuit judge tho benefit of tho advance, If any. J. Our luiilmunmcr Hargaln Salo is on in earnest nnd our low prices exceed anytion to an article that appeared in the bolto-crati- e In tho Frankfort district. Judge Hincs II. Baughmati & Co. thing you have over heard of before We propiw to make tliii a record breaking INTERIOU JOURNAL nnent the C. B. Hold's Prosecutor won at Oak- event and awdeping reductions will be fouud over our entire lioiwe We have in convention, some of its partici- was worth many thousands of votes, is wise in his day and generation. Maj. J. Hoge Tyler, an original free ley Monday. R. II. Bronaugh's Annlo sumo departments pants and tho results. In the first placo but that time, alas for him, seeirs past. it denies that the convention was a Democrats no longer either fear the silver man, has secured enough In- Taylor ran 0th in another raco. 1 No. stock For Sale Ciu:Af.--30- 0 elimly attended affair, and asserts that crack of his whip or listen to ills ca- structed delegates to tho Stato convenbody of demo- jolery. They feel that he deserted tion to give him the nomination on tho Ewes. Further Information, wrlto to a more representative Win. M. Cooper, Box 2(10, Somerset, crats never assembled in Kentucky. So them when they needed his herculean first ballot for governor of Virginia. Pertinently, pointedly and sensibly O. P. Huffman bought of Dr. Hugh as numbers aro concerned there was services most and joining forces with far a good crowd at Music Hall, but those the enemy, made battlo against his says the Louisville Post: If tho judges Reld a lot 6t butcher stuff at 3c and of who took tho trouble to Investigate say party and his friends. We write this of Kentucky were ns anxiouo to uphold J. II. Baughman some fat hogs at 2.85. that they were principally Louisville in no spirit of anger or revenge. We the written law as they nre to uphold Fair Deceiver proved her right to tho Main Street merchants and that 230 Jove Mr. Watterson and his great pa- tho unwritten law, Kentucky would bo name at Oakley by winning a raco over would be a big estimate of the dele- per was for years our guiding star and tho most orderly community in tho tho favorite, when alio herself sold 50 to 1. And that with the fact that our attention will toon be called to Fall purchases, algates present. But that isn't here nor inspiration. No one regrets more than world. Both democrnts and republicans are The highest price so far for a hogs- though yet at a distance, wo must reduco it and In thu sale tho rich nnd poor can there. It was a much larger gathering we that we can no longer light in a signing a petition asking that Capt. head of Uurloy al the Louisville mar- profit alike. We aro full of Harguliw. o don't miss It anil see that your friends than was expected by those who common cause. It was his ehooslng,how-eveSmith bo apKlnted postmaster ket wa received by a Henry county would dictate to thought that wisdom and while it pains us to part with those who bolted last year that a fight old friends, wc will not shirk a plain at Richmond when Postmaster Willis' man, 824 per ewu The Register says that Maj. John D. this year could servo no further pur- duty, but will do all in our jwwer to term expires. This means mat air pose than to drive tho factions further lny Brer. Hindman on the cooling Smith Is out of the raco for Surveyor Harris mado an averago of 20 bushels Gf-etaof wheat to tho aero and sold his crop apart, and not only render a reconcilia- board. In tho meantime, we beg to of the Port. Gov. Taylor, of Tenncssco, appointed of (5,000 bushel" at (50c. harder, but delay advise our esteemed contemporary that tion between them Thomas B. Turley United States SenaJ. W. Bailey, of tho West End, has the much desired consummation. It Is gnawing a tile and that It had betHarris, deceas- a smart sow which runs in his orchaid Wo shall not be so impolite as to ap- ter come o!T, unles? It is prepared to tor to succeed Isham G. ed. Mr. Turley Is a leading lawyer of and which shakes the limbs of tho ply the old saw that a fool can ask more flee further in tho mountains of Head our list and see if there is anything you want. Mon'i suits 2 W up. Men'a Memphis and was a private in the Con- trees when h 3 wants apples. questions in a minute than a wise man and moan with tho whangdoo-dle- , federate army. Ho is a son of a suJohn B. Chenault, president, and S. odd coats and vests f 25 to lb. Men's washable vtMts Mon's Summer Oonts in all can answer in a day, even if tho Courier-Jsecretary, have our hIzcs; men's underwear, men's neckwear, men'n liolery, men's handkerchief, men's when the vote is properly recordSona-to- r A. Deatherage, does propound a score or ed and fairly counted noxt November . preme judge and is 50 years old. thanks for passes to their fair which white ami nog Igo shirt", men's crash suits and boys' belts; boys' knee pant suits Harris was ono of the law firm of will bo held at Richmond, Jul v more interrogatories, for its editor is Al Hutchlngs, tho Danvlllo horse- boys' long pants suit, boys' washable suil, men's nnd boys' straw and fur hats in which he is a'member. no more tho one than we are the other. After making a show of fairness by man, got second money with Edmonia all kizch and prices. "What would the Interior Journal giving the minority 10 hours to protest in tho 2:20 trot at Detroit. Thero were Told 1(5 starters and the best tlmo was 2:1H. say if Hindman should get 40,000 to against the passage oj the outrageous Dr. Hugh Reld has sold several lots 60,000 votes?" it asks. The chances for tariff abortion, during which CongressA white womnn was killed by a Neof corn at 81.75 at tho crib and 82 desuch a result arc too remote to even man Bailey made a strong speech, Czar gro bruto at Dadeville, Ala. livered in town. Mark Hardin lought consider. Simon Bolivar Buckner Reed cracked his whip at midnight James Hollingsworth was killed by a a number of barrels at tho latter price. couldn't muster but.5,000 and we do not Monday and his jackasses responded vicious bull at Kokomo, Intl. W. S. Dryo and W. L. Evans will not concede the Hind man that many. Suf- with alacrity, passing the bill by a maLadles' shirt waists', tkirt, ne kwcir, hwiery, underwear, coct, glove, handkerSeven men were struck by lightning take their siring to tho Richmond fair, In tho circuit including ficient unto the day is the evil thereof jority of GS, the vote being ISo to 118. near Marion, O., and live were killed. but will take Ellzabothtown and other chiefs, parasols in all tho latest sty'c handle, neck and hnir ribbons, mh ribbons. Bardstown, and when Hindman gets over 5,000 On the strength of it sugar trust stock John McGraw, an L. & N.brakeman, fairs. Ah a result of tho eiDniive demand for lawns and organdies wc have jiM received a votes and Ohio, New York and Ken- next day jumped from 136 to 144 J and fell between cars at Henderson and was The Advocate says that Dave Pruw-it- t new line. bought 27 ewes at 2c, 18 stock owes tucky 'are. lost to democracy, because of 34,500,000 changed hands ip less than killed. at 81.(50 a head and (53 fat onus at 82.85. is 15 minutes, while before the close of current issues, then and not till then, Jean Ingelow, the distinguished poet Hudson Bros, bought Monday seven d of all and novelist, died In London. She was cavalry horses at 8100. it worth while to consider propositions, the day 107,000 shares, IJt-- 4 which can not be admitted even for tho tho stock, changed hands, the total in her 77th year. -J JPt JPL In Jessamine county M. Young sold Casino, at his crop of wheat some time ago to be sake of argument. sales amounting to 815,000,000. The Tho famous Broadmore in January, 1W8, at l0o. We have suited oftener than it seems bill was sent at once to tho Senate, Colorado Springs, was destroyed by delivered McAllster sold his crop of Children's, mines' ladlci' shoos andoxfords in all styles, color) and prices. Mon' Robert to be necessary that there are features where it did not have quite as plain lire. T ' 8100,000. at thresh nnd boys' shoes and low outs will be in this sale nlvo. Come to see us, one and all, wheat for 70c to bo delivered of tho .Chicago platform, which are al- sailing. it will pay yuti in tho long run. Art - ncn destroyed tho salmon ing time. nnd W. B. kldtl shipod most as'repugant to us as they seem to They manage such things a little fish traps, valued at over 8100,000, In 27 Moses Kahn export cattle from this car loads of be to oUr esteemed contemporary, but better over in Virginia. At Richmond the Columbia river. city over th L. At N. to Now York. unliko our distinguished friend and fel- the Negro Fife, who assaulted Mrs. The Leximrton Rltles .von tho com Tho cattle cost from 41 to 4ic and avlow servant, we did not feel called upon Marks last week, was tried Tuesday petitive prize drill, defeating tho crack eraged 1.400 pounds- .- Paris News. F. P. Bishop bought of various parto repudiate the party and set up a lit- and sentenced to death, Aug. 15, and McCrcary Guards at Louisville. A. UHHANSKV A CO , I'Rornirronu. ties a car load of butcher stuff at 2 to of our own, because we could tle one The Baroness Erlanger Hospital 2c and lost money on them In Cincincounty another Negro was in York T. D. RA2CEY, Manaokh. not have everything our own way. Nei- similarly sentenced for a like offeneo property at Chattanooga, which origi- nati. Ho also bought of C. L. Carter a ther had we tho time nor money to hie 'committed less than a week before. nally cost.8100,000. sold for 80,000. bunch of good yearling steers at 3c. ourselves across the sea to snuff he "Summary and condign action of tho Thomas Drake, of Falrvlew, Ind., is battle from afar and escape the. fight law will put a stop to a resort to mobs wanted for beating Into insensibility MT. VKRXOX, ROCKCASTLF, CO. that our party was making, nor the in- and the example of tho mother State his daughter who paid 87 Dr. John M. Williams spent several for a hat. days pleusantly on tho banks of Rockclination to give aid and comfort to the should be emulated. Col. M. Lewis Clark and Ed Corrl-ga- n castle river last week. ancient enemy, whoso every principle It has not vet been learned who at had a row at the St. Nicholas, Cinis in opposition to ours, except the one We have received with tho complitempted to effect an entrance into Mr. to catch assumed for the ments of Lady Cook, viscountess de cinnati, when the former drew a pistol W. A. Davis1 store by boring around who sought an excuse montserrat, of Vestminster, England, but did not shoofcfc democrats tho lock with'an auger. Prof. W. C. Grinstoad, of Danvlllo, John nigglns, colored, brained Rach-ao- l to desert the cause, because they had a book entitled 'Essays on Social Topis the instructor of tho Institute. He Crutcher. his sweetheart, with a is making quite a success of the work been reduced to the ranks. ics." As the authoress Is none other n American, fence picket at Lexington. The green und the teachers sec,ra pleased and InThe Interior Journal does its than the former fighting within the party, not outside Tennessee Clafiin, It Is useless to say eyed monster rankled In his bosom. terested. Mr. S. H. Martin, of Maretsburg. A terrific rain und olectrical storm of it, and at the proper time we hope to that the contents aro red hot, the "es been temjKjrary chairman during help correct certain deviations from the say" on "Wives and Mistresses" being visited Scott county causing much dam- has absence on account of Illness of the age. J. J. Luke's thoroughbred, straight and narrow path of democracy especially highly seasoned and racy. Superintendent Raker from his jost at in foal to Hanover, was killed by the Chicago convention, but If we tho institute. A Louisville Jew who had been Tho ico cream supjwr Tuesday eveMrs. Joseph Midkiff, of Lincoln counfail, wo shall not pack up our little Brass Branch Store at Huston ville, J I. K. Camnitz, Manager. a spoiled child and leave sent to tho penitentiary on tho testi- ty, W. Va., dreaming that she was ning was well attended. The music doll rags like mother-in-lawas pardon- throwing wood on a pllo of burning Band discoursed Its sweetest party, which in tho main expresses mony of his the while the charming waiters graceful our convictions and which must rescue ed by Gov. Bradley, on the grounds brush, hurled her baby to the fioor, ly answered tho numerous calls at at their tables. the country from republican misrule that it was a plain caso of too much of Hcllling It. Thero will bo a demorest medal conLawrence Gentry, the young son of and high and unjust taxation, if it is that delectable old woman. Thus at test at tho Christian church next Wedever rescued. We arc not bigger and one stroke of the pen does the governor Gen. W. II. Gentry, was held up by a nesday evening, tho speakers will be better than tho democratic party and get ahead of every paragrapber who Negro In Fayetto cuunty, and when he Misses Lula Gentry, Emma Penningwhen wc aVrlve at the point that we ever sought to bring obliquy upon the showed fight was shot In the leg and ton, Marglo McClary, Amy Freeman, Bessie Houk and Fannie McCluro. his horse stolen. think we arc, we hope to be taken to a harasser of matrimonial life. Miss Bessie McCluro Is quite ill. Watter-so- n By an explosion at tho Winchester Mrs. Cloo Brown roiwrts a very pleasbetter world, along with Mr. Mayor Todd is still boss In LouisTho WOOEST 8c Tiilili't on the market. A celoft line of Company's armory, in ant time at tho Lancaster Missand his party, like old man Elijah, ville with a big B. His slate went Repeating Arms persons wore killed, es Eva Martin and Bessie Fair. Houk aro Connecticut, six in a whirlwind. through Wednesday liko greased light visiting fricndB hero. Mrs. Annlo Mil"The trouble with the Interior ning. He was named for mayor and a two fatally injured and a doz.cn or moro ler Is now located in Washington. G. Journal, and of the rest of tho fol- full ticket, of his choice nominated. Our seriously hurt. L. Prescott has returned to Now York Tho backbone of tho coal strike Is and It is an assured fact that his raillowers of the ignis fatuus of free silver old Lancaster friend, McKcc Duncan, broken. The West Vir- road will bo built down Skuggs Creek. and klrtflrcd delusions," says our critic, again caught in it tho neck, John Mar- bo lleved to Many ontortalning nothing either to ginia miners have either refused to been under discussion at subjects have Ilox l'aK.'r and Tulilct ulili Kiivcl(xf to timtch, In the latwt Tint anil Dylpii. Oct "Is that they allow tho institute. shall defeating him for law and equity head or the heart of those of those judge. Now let the democrats do tho strike or aro returning to work as they Messrs. Brown, Martin, Chandler, Datho on the luted stjlo from Jnr line. of their former political associates who aro at other points. vis, Albright, Pigg and others of tho whole lay out a plenty In November. have refused to follow them into popuAt Columbus, Ga., Dr. W. L. Ryder, professors and Misses Butncr, Joplin, Martin, Coddington and Cook lism and defeat. They assume everyThere Is a heglra from ull over tho who on Easter Sunday a year ago, shot Rice, tho ladles' side of tho house havo from young woman who had re- resjwndcd to calls ujxjn them for brief thing for themselves. They concede country to tho Alaskan gold fields to death tho nothing to us. " Had we stated the case where a marvelous amount of the yel- jected him, was taken from tho sheriff talks. The subjects, Reading, Arithagainst our "former political asso- low metal Is said to be had for tho tak- and lynched. Ho was being removed metic, Physiology and other branches now giving havo KY ciates," we could not have done it bet- ing. All the steamships thither aro forsafo kcoplng pending an appeal ideas been discussed, and we many that trust to the teachers Courier-Journhas done loaded down with passengers and the from a sentence of death. ter than the put some of them into practhey will Na cry is for more to sail. Workmen get tice. So little attention is paid to wri-in- g it against us. It is the In many of the country schools that FARM AND TRADE, assume all the 812 to $15 a day but pay 50c a pound for tional democrats that It is tho minority instead of tho majorvirtue of the party. They are the beef and 81.50 a dozen for eggs, 12c a Wheat has gone to 72 cents in Louit-vlll- ity that can write legibly. goody-goodThose who supported Bry- pound for Hour and so on. Tho hall was filled by a largo and Ine telligent audience Wednesday evean are populists, anurchlsts, M. J. Fnrrls bought 60 shoats at 31c ning to enjoy the Demorest medal conGov. Bradley may and his under raiders, murderers, thieves and thugs, Advocate. test. The lovely contestants and tho according to the editor of the Courier-Journa- l, study Worthlngton docs pardon entireAlso carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, 400 barrels of corn for sale. Dr. gallant ushers marched down tho aisles who works himself up into a ly too mauy convicts, but no fair mindoxactly ut 8 o'clock, to the strains of a Uuggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Hugh Held. fine frenzy every time he writes or ed man will gainsay his action in libbeautiful march played gy (53 cents for Vernon Brass Band. After tho Mt. Noel & Son arc paying a brief speaks of those who formerly were ac- erating George Dinning, who was reSquare, Stanford, Ky Room Oppo.Mte Court-Hou- se talk by Mrs. J. W. Ncsbitt, tho origincently sent up for seven years for de- good wheat. customed to look to him for Inspiration Sixty-fiv-e horses started in tho six ator of tho contest, tho following laand advice. Even a worm will turn fending even to tho death his God givOS dles spoke: Miss Bessie Miller recited races at St. Louts Tuesday. when trodden upon and when our dear, en right to prptect his castle. Pictures from Life; Miss Georgia Mc- Logan & Rice bought of G. W. Cam- Ferran, Courage to Act; Miss Mamio but misguided brother stamps and spits The manager of tho Lexington Her- den 25 cattle at 2c. Jones, Prosperity Prophesied; Miss K' on his old friends he must not squeal ald, Mr. Desha Breckinridge, takes the ic J. II. Hill bought of East End par- Annie Thompson, Your Mission; Miss when he gets It plump la the mouth Logan, In tho Bushel or in tho Alza &n iwr j occasion of our article commendiug ties a lot of butcher stuff at 2 to 25o. himself. So far as we aro concerned Jug; Miss Florollo Brown, A Volco certain editorial utterances to say that Hudson & Page, of Adair, sold at from tho Poor House. The judges, we have no word of abuse for Mr. his father Is responsible for no article Danvlllo Monday 40 feeding cattle at4i Miss Coddington, Profs. Grinstoad and My stock W yi full of Good Things und Cholco Spring Patterns. Watterson and his few and feeble folC A. Chandlor, awarded tho medal that appears in that paper, though ho to 4.40. lowers and he will search our files in A Jefferson county farmer has con- lo Miss Georgia McFerran, tho second is a frequent contributor and wo may vain tc Und one. True some of the add one of its very best. tracted to soil 1,,"00 bushels of potatoes speaker. Tho ushers wore Messrs. R. G. Williams, R.' L. Brown, Lowls, democratic papers, with more zeal than at 81.25. jones, lumen v. ox, jumes houk aim tho members of tho discretion, assail THE Richmond Climax, which had a R. II. Crow sold to Hudson & Page, C. A. Morrison. Tho presentation During tho noxt 60 days. Prices will bo Greatly Ucdurcd. 1 will sell you d feednew party, but wo have only pity for staff representative at the boltocratic of Adair, a bunch of tpeech by Prof. Grinstoad was enjoyed by tho audience. After the contest thorn and regret that they had seen lit convention, prints some hot stuff about ers at 4c. to leavo tho old Bhlp of state, simply its raako up and management. It made The Climax says tho Moran farm of the young ladlesin spent a few hours, a soclul way at tho a man's Alt Wool suit for S4. 60. Come and tMj them whothcr you want to buyor not. very pleasantly X)ne serious blunder, howover, that of 275 acres of grass in Madison was ront-o- d because thoy can no longcrsteer It. us bemoan tho speaking of tho groat Tony Carrollcor1-Mr. Watterson seems to at 82.40. an acre for tho rest of this ed in entertaining by Mrs. Will Smith I 1 "Arthur." Anoxtra edition to the democrats of Ken rect the mistake, Is in order. and Miss Mattlo Williams. assumption that 1 year and next. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL - al tucky have transformed their allegiance from tho former "Big 4" of Carlisle, Buckner, Lindsay and Watterson to Johnston, Blackburn, Hardin and Goebol, but before the books aro finally closed he Intends, like tho swan, to sing a dying song, which ho Imagines will create some surprises when a free ballot and a fair count aro made. "Till then," ho says, "if it has any re gard for Its own future, It would bo well for our esteemed contemporary " of ho election of nottobeso Shackelford. Thero was a time when a blast from Mr. Watterson's bugle cock-suro- POLITICS o turn-pike- r. A Fayette county farmer sold 3,000 bushels of wheat at (15 cents, says tho MIDSUMMER BflHGfllN SflliE Ex-Chi- ef t mj Too , JVCaeh Stoek, r, Hop-seda- m 1 ournal 27-3- 0. News Briefly Ladies' Department. GTernrrec! 't fwJ VA one-thir- THE LOUISVILLE STORE. time-bein- g ed well-know- An-dat- a. Carpets, Picture, Frames, Bed Room Suites, Dining Chairs, Rocking Chairs, Lace Curtains, Portierres, Curtain Poles. IV. W. WITHERS. STANFORD. Furniture, Wall Paper, Iron Beds, School Books and s Supplies. AtORAI3S6 HOOKER'S,' ' 1 1 1 !533E2S22 UnDGRCMinG ' al so-call- C. M'CLARY, e. s. toll-gat- Praotioal Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. w:tjemi)pmWAisrZsi4i I CXOTH ri r.li I T1EY ITOST BE SOLD A 1,200-poun- CHILD'S SUIT FOR SOUCTS. I Hi DADC riTC Hi Ji IVIIAUUtirV Oi i& 1 .JPV . V4 x,,,. -- V' !&. v, ' ."L t h, ' I r t pys 'jfj Jj ' f I" S, w ygy JS t .A THE1HTERI0R JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., - JUly 23, 1897 E. C. Walton, Business Manaoeh. PKK8CKUTIONH aro tilled rijjht ami at right price nt Penny's Dnitf Store. PERSONALS. A4 Mlts. ANN Dcuur.UAlt 13 quite sick. MltH. G. A. SwiNKIillOAt) Is at Crab Orchard Springs. GlCKKNIIKKKY HltlUUT ifl CUtltlncd U) Mk. J. L. Bosluy, of Paris, camo over to attend tho burlnl of his cousin, Mrs. Idol. A Disi'ACll from Bowling Green says that II. E. Evans, Tom Owsley's law partner, Is critically ill of typhoid fever. TUB jmrty given by Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Shanks in honor of their charming guests, Misses Aunlo Bennett and Olllo Baldwin, of Richmond, was attended by a dozen couples, who enjoyed tho occasion very delightfully. Elegant ro freshments wcro served and everything was done by tho host and hostess lo contribute lo tho enjoyment of their guests. his room with malarial fever. Mish Ei.la II. Wright lnw returned from u vihlt to friends In Casey. A L.OLMSYIM.K party of II puiwuil up to Hook Castle Springs Tuesday. HOME NEWS, Danks tits spectacles scientifically. Lawns and orgundles at reduced 17. Missus Maouu: anu Jknnii: Hock-Raro at Crab Orchard Springs. Mus. TiLLtB R prices at W. Shucks'. Davikss went to Ilus-tonvlll- u ? strikes them. The Intekiok Jour- m . Davison has recommended G. H. nal joins their many friends in hearty 51 DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. R Patton for jostmasterat Crab Orchard, congratulations and wishes for them n l r . Uaughman. Si:k tho Simplicity Evajorutor. You but the dispatch doesn't say how many long life brimful of happiness. Mil. It. V. ELur.it, of Lexington, use It Jn your for sent several days with Klder Joseph MeKinncy, cook stove. Hlgglns it otners he endorsed been the place. W. V. Repiwrt has reinstated as RELIGIOUS. Severance. SEE OUR- skjcI:iI examiner In the pension otllco Miss Ki.izaiikth Stoufker, of Lakohst assortment of school Rev. E. W. Mnrcum baptised u dying nt Washington at 81,.'!00 a year. hjkjiU sovural days with Mies lets, best and cheajest. W. B. man In a tub at Clay City. Alvlra VanArfcdalo. Itoberts. BcitiAL ok Mus. Idol A largo The meeting at Pleasant Grove con Miksks Salliuano Klla HlttUIN- crown 01 sorrowing Irlenus were pres ducted by Revs. J. L. Allen nnd Mark A STltONO lino 0 men's fancy shirts IiOTUAM, of Gurrnrd, tiro guests of at Shanks'. All sizes, Mitterns, stylus ent at the interment of the remains of Collis closed with 20 additions. Mist Jennie Nowlnnd. &C. Mrs. P. II. Idol in Butlalo Cemetery The Mormons are celebrating at Salt J. C. llAlLKY Is catching on to the and qualities. hero Wednesday afternoon. The com- Lake City, the . of the Best and Largest Line of Implements in town. Sec us beforo buying. banking business in thu Farmers Ihuik We tiro in tho cash business to stay. forting words of Elder J. S. Kendrlek, establishment of the' church in Utah. and Trust Co.'s olllee. Try It and you will like it as well os wo of the Christian church, Danville, at Rev. W. L. Hunt wns held up and MISSES Annie and Ida McCollum, do. tho grave, reached not only tho hearts robbed near Nashville. The 'minister Farrls k, Hardin. of Georgetown, returned with Mrs. of her husbund. mother, father, aired had only 840 nnd was cursed for his Yoc can't atlord to miss getting a grandmother, sisters and children, but poverty. Win. IUco and aro her guests. Known Before. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Mus. Foiikstl'S IIeid, who Intended pair of those 81.50 Oxfords for .0o at everybody with a tender heart within Services at the Method 1st church to go to Crab Orchard Springs yester- Severance .t Son's, sizes 1 to I. tho sound of his voice. He stated that Sunday morning and evening by the & day, was too ill to make thu trip. sho had said to him just before death pastor, Rev. W. S. Grlnsteud, nnd at Just received a car load of Prima that she was prepared for tho great McKinney at l:',0 in the Mr. U. T. Conway, of Lubnnon, arafternoon. rived yosterday and says ho will put up Cyprus hhlnglus. If you want a rpof day and consequently all was well. The Dr. Talmagc has severed his rotathat will hibtan hgo, try tho Cypress. preacher's admonition thu telephone exchange at once. to the weeping tions with tho First Presbyterian Miss Katiieiune Waudkll, one of A. 0. Sine. husband, especially, was beautiful and church at Washington city. Ho did Somerset's fairest and loveliest young Youit wnteh you left with mo to be touching, whilo to tho majority pres- not succeed in building it up as he hnd ladles, Is with MUs Suu Wlllio Halo. repaired Is ready for you and can bo ent ho sent tho truth home to hearts hoped. ! MltS. II. G. COOK, of Jelllco, camo had by calling on J. W. Itoutat the when he said: "Serve God, dear friends, down Wednesday to visit her mother, but remember you can't do tIs acceptaThomas Richards. Mrs. A. B. MoKInnuy, of tho West Royal make the food pure, bly without loving humanity." A End. Wholesome and dtllcloua. A gentleman who is in jKwltiou to young lady who was In Lexington says Mil. S. W. Menekee, of tho D. Aj D. know, told ub yesterday that ho was that friends up stairs were shut ofT Institute at Danville, is sKndltig his satisfied that tho miners of tho Laurel while friends outside were placed in a two weeks' vacation with old friends Only One of Each Kind. similar position in regard to helping district would not go into the strike. here. Mrs. Idol while eho was burning to Missks Mattik and Jknnii: Walk-Hit- . A HANDSOME monument Is being death. Tho explosion of the lamp on of Garrard, and Miss Sue Oglvle, placed oveKXho grave of Mr. J. A. tho steps when ht.r clothing ignited of Columbia, Tenti., aro gucsls of Mrs. Harris in Buffalo Cemetery. Robin- put the stairway in Uames, so QY4 that those J. C. Hays. son & Co., of Louisville, furnished it. up sudrs could not descend to her resMus. John T. Mahhiiall, who hiu cue, and tho doors below, previous to been visiting her grandfather, Mr. It. THE big reductions ottered by W. II. Williams, loft yesterday for her home Shanks in his half jwgo tid. on our 4th preparations for retiring, had all been securely locked, and while her heart at Denver, Col. page will Ihj appreciated by those who We can save you 15c to U0c on each one. you buy. Miss Fannie Peterson, of Munns-vill- want to make a llttlo money go n long rending screams of agony were heard from abovo and below, 6he, was not and Mr. Harry I'hlllips and sis- ways. POWDER reached until a door opening on the ter, Miss May, of Garrard, arc visiting Absolutely Pure had been broken down by some Will Build. Dr. W. I). Tardtf tells street MUs Mary Cook at Cook's Springs. heroic gentleman, whose name I did us that a good, kcIiooI buildIt. L. Mattincjlv, who was caught In thu machinery of thu Lebanon Holl- ing will bo put up on the lot on Water uot learn, and with whom were Innuer Mills and painfully hurt, Is able to Works street, recently purchased by merable sympathizers, who did everyKOtAl BtKINd rO'CCR CO., MW VOKK. tho trustees of tho Stanford Colored thing possible to save her, but entrance bo out. Ho hud a narrow cscao. AVe are showing a splendid lino of Mens' Pants at attractive prices. Ho i'uuiiubchool, usfoon as tho deed is was effected too late to prolong the AL.EX A. Hastin has received an snre to seo them beforo buying. life that was fast ebbing away. The of pension to 321 a month. He secured. baby in her arms was miraculously suys his record us a soldier is clear and OF- It was 'M years ago Wednesday sinco saved from Instantaneous death. The nobody can call him a 'squallawog." tho first great battle of Bull Run and Horal contributions at the gravo comffi ' Mk. J. L. Enulkman, of Garrard, Manuals was fought. Tho writer, pletely covered It. It was a subject of was hero Tuesday to bring Misses Nan- though quite a little shaver and many general remark that this was one of Fine Blue-Gras- s Land nie and Bettio Bell, of Louisville, who tulles dlbtant, distinctly remembers the tho saddest deaths this community has have been visiting his wife, to thu cannonading, which Splendidly Improved. sounded nil of that been called upon to lament in many train. dreadful day. years, when the horrible circumstan- Thoroughbred Mures Mil. It. II. IIamm, sucrutary of tho ces attending it nro taken into considBrodhoad Fair Co., was hero Tuesday THE horso owned jointly by and Their Produce; family advertising It. Ho wiys they are going W. B. MeKInney and Dr. W. N. eration, and the Headed toy U. S. IVIODBL, rjO. 38,353. Standard-breTrotting Mare und Their to have a big exhibition and an Craig slipped tho bridle whllosUindlng have unbounded sympathy. Shetaw. Son of Klever's Model, No. 20,710. the greatest breeding hog living, nnd HUNOLEY'9 Produce: Southdown Sheep, Fanning CLAUDE, No. 12,601, son of the World's Columbian Champion, Claude, No. 11,007. Kino, crowd. Implements, Hay, X.c. In front of tho former's homo Tuesday boars MK. Wji. DaL'gherty, Mrs. Davis- ovonlng and camo down Main MATRIMONIAL. On Thursday, July 29, 1897 toppy young for sale.ready for service. A few show gilts old enough to breed, and bred sows This stock Is strictly street ut In overv respect, with a specialty, on, Mrs. J. A. Allen and Misses Dora a pedigrees. Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed, wrlto your wants or come and gait. Tho phaeton was I will on the promise, offer at public snlo Frank Hoover,, a widower, (5!1, was my Furm of UT2 Acres, situated In Itoylu seo my hogs. Straub and Lizzie Davison leave this overturned early In the action nud conAj few fresh Jersey Cows for sale. They aro good ones. ANo Mammoth Pckln Duck married at Hopkinsvile, Ind., to county, Kv.. lA miles Miuth of Danville, 2 morning by private conveyance for siderably damaged. Tho animal was A. E. HUNDLEY, Pox 105, Danvitlo, Ky. miles from Junction City and mllo from Eggs, Si for III. Suslo Allen. Springs. o stopped near William Daugherty's depot t Shelby City iind'lielng on the Georgo Keith, of Eubanks, and Mi&s und llustonvlllo turnplko rtmd. This Miss Kate Blain tells us that Ju- shop much worse scared than hurt. farm is one mile from Pearl Hughes, of McKinney, eloped to road nud two miles depot of L. & N. raillian Bourne won tho comKJtitlvo examfrom depot on the C. S. KmiawrKiCK.David Kirkpatrick Glonmnry, Tenn., and wore married. railway, with good turnpike leading to each ination for a scholarship in tho Suite "JO minutes drive of thu noted Charlie Sluder and Miss Martha E. and within Collego by securlngamarkofDl. There died at his homo near Halls Gap Tues-du- y Danville schools und College. The land is of a stomach trouble, aged ".'1. A Jones, both of McKinney, were mar- of line quality, well fenced and watered were three competitors. and ried a rood state A luiETTY good picture and a nice wife and several children survive him. Long. there yesterday by Rev. John In improvements of cultivation. consisting of a write-u- p of John F. Smiley, who has Ho was a clover man, a good neighbor rfH house containing At Vanceburg, James Miller, aged large, commodious brick and roomy porch11 rooms, with wide halls and Christian gentlemau. His remains been promoted to tho management of 70, his fourth venture, and tho father es, and dry cellar under tho whole house. Altho Emerson Shoo Store in Louisville, woro interred in the Hulls Gap church of 10 children, married Amelia Fergu- to 2 larpe barns, a corn cribs, stock scales, burying ground Wednesday afternoon McKinney, Ky., Apr. 22, 'U7. tenant houses, Ice house. See. appeared in Monday's Times. At the same time and place I will sell nil after services at tho church by Rev. J. son, ago 18. & McKinney Dear Sirs I purclins-ctMnssits! Hiouins ono Mil J. II. Sowdkk loft yesterday my STOCK and Frank Martin, aged .'15, and Miss Su- stock consists of Furmlng Implements. The Thoroughbicd Mares and for Loulbvlllo and Columbus, O., on B. Crouch. of your Superior Disc Drills in the Fall of 189(5 ami sowed 100 slo Smith, 18, were married at Rev. J. tlnlr Prodncu and somotlnely-bre- d Trotting real estato business. Ho will bo abTllK stockholders of tho Cumberland B. Crouch's rcsldcnco by that gentle- Stock. Including the dam of Dave Rowland, acres of wheat with it. I found it to be ono of the best machines record 3:17. the dam of Lee 2:13, n full sissent two weeks, and ufter that his pa- Valloy Land Co. met hero Tuesday and man Monday. I ever used. It is far superior to all other drills. I would not i ter to thu dam of Gulnettu 2:0S and two full trons will bo promptly waited on. Georgo Sllliman, of Danville, sur sisters to Lee. Also ao Southdown ewes and elected Judgo Vincent Borcing, J. S. uudertake to sow a crop without one, for there is no choking up The following young eoplo attend- Hooker, Robort Boyd, J. A. Craft, prised his parents by bringing home a bucks, 200 grade ewes, IS young cattle, six milk cows. Sic. nnd getting 6ut of order with them. They do their work perfectly ed tho German Wednesday "evening ut Roid, j w. Huydon, James W. Louisville bride in tho person of Miss Jersey Tkums: The land will bo sold for Crab Orchard Springs and roort a de- Fox, W. P. Walton and John W. Fox, Katie Baumback. and with light draft. Tho grass seeder is also u great improvecash and residue In equal payments of lightful tlmo: Miss Olllo Baldwin, T. Jr., directors, who in turn Mrs. Miunio Shawhan Cocke, lato of 12 and 21 months, with C per cent. Interest ment over other drills, f r the grass seeder attachment can bo used from sale on deferred payments. Interest II. Shanks, Miss Annlo Bonnott, It. M. Judgo Boyd president, Dr. R. 11. Cynthlana, committed suicide at Ashe-vlll- payable annually and lieu retained. Tho without using the wheat attachment. I recently sold a half interNowlund, Mies Fannlo Shanks, S. W. Whltridge, of Boston, vlco president, N. C. Hor husband is the lersonal proierty all hums of $10 and unnt est to my neighbor, J. A. Givcns, and holms been sowing oatsaml of tho city and It Is said that her der, cash In nana; over S10 note 6 mouths, Mcnofce, Miss Kato Waddle, C. B. and Mr. Hooker seerotary. Tho comwith fi per cent. Interest and with good grass seed with it and is so well pleased with it that he carries it to Owens, Miss Suo Wlllio Halo, G. B. pany owns .'10,000 acres of valuable coal married Ufo was not happy. suiety, negotiable and payable In bank. Possession bo Dunn, Mfss Eva Lammcrs, Harris and timber lands in Harlan county. William C. Boone, of Preachcrsvllle, once, except of tho farm will corn,given ut Yours truly, shelter every night. J. L. lkck some 70 acres In und of Weuren and James MenufeO, Bledsoo and Miss Lizzlo Gooch, of Rowland, this seeding privileges will bo given and full Bukglahy. John Murphy's Btorout wero married at Elder J. G. Living possession Jan. 1, next. Bailey and John Lynn. Sale will Infill at 10 o'clock a. m, would wrlto a Maywood was broken Into Monday ston's Tuesday. Tho bride is tho handWho but Craddock Persons desiring to see tho farm will call on the undersigned on thu place. personal in this way: "la that Judgo night and robbed of about $40 worth of somo daughter of John Gooch. E. W. LEE, Danville. Owsley's daughter, tho recent brldo?" goods, consisting mostly of odd pants Near Bowling Green, Edward Cowles T. D. English, Auctioneer. wo asked, as a very handsomo lady and shoos. Entrance was effected by and his sweetheart, Miss Nellie Lushstepped to a buggy at tho Lancaster breaking open tho back door. Mr. er, suicided togother by drowning, in HE Fair. "No, It Is Dr. Ed Alcorn's daugh- Murphy telegraphed to Somerset for a proferonco to being separated' in life. ter, of Huatonville," was remarked, pair of blood hounds to traco tho They had just returned from a feto. County Clork W. P. Swope, of Owen-toand wo at onco claimed kin and remind- scamps, out laucu to sccuro thorn. Ho Farmers always will have good luck with IsJ Receiving his- was married at Washington, Ind., their hogs when fed Dr. Haas" Hog Kemedy, ed her of meeting her years ago, with Is going to maKO a monstor effort to thu only reliable medicine hor mother, nco Glvons, now deceased. catch tho guilty parties and offers a to Miss Ruth Stamper. His first wifo sands of testimonials from for swine. ThouMat-tl-o liberal reward for their arrest and was Mlas Rose Drye, nf this county, and feeders. For sale by leading breeders Tho reference wo Infer, is to Miss conviction. who obtained a divorce from him. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. TANNER BROS., McKinney, Ky. Alcorn. yostcnlay to visit friends. Mus. Dr. W. I). O'Uannon spent Thomas Hick has bought a half Innovcrftl days with rolatlves In Garterest in G. W. Logan's butcher busirard. ness. Mil. Goodloi: Lackky, of St. Louis, TllL' Stanford and Danville colored was a guest at Mr. J. V. Kout's this week. nines will cross bat here Saturday af. Mrs. C. II. Carter has gono to ternoon. Frenehburg to visit her sister, Mrs. Fkuit Jaus, Tin Cans, Gums and II. II. Mills. Mibs I'kachy Uacuiiman Towand Sealing Wax at Warren it Little returned to Danville with Miss Dora Shanks'. Ici: cold Ico cream soda water, puru fruit syrups at John II. Melr's. .sWP and school books, better Taiilets Collie Hughes, aged 10, and Rosa and cheaper than over. Penny's Drug Smith, aged 12, children respectively Store. of a widower and widow, who were reHUKT. Harry McKInlcy, aged 2.', of cently married, eloped from their Moreland, and a cousin of President homo near Morganfield and were made McKInlcy, was seriously hurt at High one. .NOT only. At 11 o'clock Wednesday at Goshen Bridgo Sunday, by being struck by u church the hearts and lives of Jesse pussonger train. Traylorand Miss Vlrgle White woro Teleokamh from Chicago announce joined In wedlock's holy bonds, Elder tho death of William Albert Owsley, J. G. Livingston saying the words thnt son of tho lato Hon. Bryan F. Owsley, joined them together. It was a very after a long Illness. He was closely re- quiet and simple wedding, only a few lated tho Kentucky Owslcys. of the closest relatives being present. i3rHut makes them fatten. A sura cttru. The riso in the price of wheat Is duo The bride, who is tho pretty daughter of Mr. W. P. White, of tho East End, to tho demand in South America and tho short crop in portions of the old was attired In a handsome tallor-raadworld. It is not an evidence of McKIn- suit, with hat to match, and was tho picture of youthful beauty. Sho Is n lcy prosperity by any means. most excellent young lady, accomplish.... m A VKKY mortifying delay of half an ed to a considerable extent und will ". WJ hour or so occurred at the burial of M rs. make a helpmeet in all the word ImsIdol. She was a very largo woman and plies. Mr. Truyloris a son of Mr. A. r.v;' tho sexton not having tho sizo of the T. Traylor, of tho Gilberts Creek seccasket, made tho grave too small and it tion, und is a splendid young man, morhad to bo enlarged after tho arrival of ally and otherwise. He is engaged as tho remains. machinist in the L. & N. shops at Cor-bi- n . nnd is held In high esteem both by KS THE application for pardon by John Everything In stock to subtly your wants. his employers and associates. After a If. Seward was very properly turned down few few days' 60journ at Nashville and by Gov. Bradley. He is serving a term for suborning perjury in the Scott other points along the route, Mr. nnd :4 And Stationery at tho Lowcit Cash Prices. Juckeon case and ought never to have Mrs. Taylor will return to Corbin, & a where they will board until that lcen pardoned of tho life sentence for desire to go to housekeeping t;f killing a man in Casey. f it ) Haas' Hog Remedy I Prevents Your Hogs from Dying, :1 i m o m mSWxMFm ifiu Rd Ti PENNY'S DRUG STORE, 1 1 B m Scfioof Books. T-EIIljIEiTS "it M Ki F21 ' i n TV SCHOOL 11 &I ,t m K ltd ni ! irre-ststab- lc W. B. MoROBERTS. i mmMmmmmm. -- T i i II Lou-Uvill- u, tab-Me- m Cultivators, Wagons, Buggies, CHRRIHGES, HARNESS, fi I '( II semi-centenni- PRICES LOWER THAN EVER B. K. WEAREN Ul 1 mRmffimQmm$sm8 Attention, Qentlemon SOV. post-otllc- e. I mi sample snirts at WMesale Prices. II e, m m two-stor- y SUMMER ! su PUBLIC SALE 372 cies SEVERANCE A SOV., i I . Mes-dam- grief-stricke- n flfgfi Locust Herd Reg. Poland Cfiinas. first-class to d two-mlnut- o 9 Mi Ta-thum- 's 1 Dan-vlll- n 'i i h Superior Disc Drill. l First-Clas- s, ? Fo-rest- us one-thi- rd o, or '7 H. C. RUPLEY, "Care Makes Luok." 5-T- HERGHANT TAILOR-- .?! n, SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. 'ifiiffinHf J i 1ft Ml i a: '.! & && tf-- l u ry-J WnJk - -- " wtyl'J" Hii"tL' '' "j--J.I ,.l. Till,.. III..!.?- ").-- '" ; .C iyi'if"itii Hu.lii ..8 4I t ; w'''-"-''--T VtyjOT IqTj il;i' ..y"., MH. ,,;,. r.j mi1,TI i) r Hi, n.jl.., ;,. , ,. ,, .. .,.,..,., m mjSSi u 1 i,n r ji',;, u fwwwu m f iiijiim im i3grnCl 51 r WONDERFUL REDUCTIONS - IN II ALL SPRING & SUMMER GOODS A BIG LINE OF Iiaiflfls & Dimities at Almost Half Their First Valae. T -: - :: -:- Special Attention is called to our i ji r Fine and Stylish Ziegler Bros. Half Shoes I have a large number of these still on hands and in order to get them out of the way of Fall Goods, 'i f Will Dispose of Them at Unprecedented Prices. j, Come one, come all, and take advantage of this Slaughter of Prices. n ! WIT hardest fights for years is abouton, and unless there's a wonderful change you something 4drap." Preparations for building M. E. par- are going to her W. T. Durham returned from Lexsonage have begun on site whore one ington Tuesday. W.. P. Wesley, M. D. recently burned. washing tubs Royalty, Mrs. J. T. Wesley, Mrs. E. S. S'Aa'blloii.odL'r'va.ooiaya'iaJa.d.S'siio-'"Smiles are as large as Fishen, J. M. Durham and son Brack on Thos. Miller 's faco "Its a are wrestling with chills and stomach Doy." Ail ttoing won. 03 PKBYffiAn IN" ABVANCK it is now rellaoiy stated maia coupie trouble. from tho tobacco growers In Reports of weddings will take place near town charged. this county say that tho crop will bo 4ST When not o paid 352. CO will b "ere long." Guess? and Circuit court convenes in two wcoks much better than expected oats have aro said to of our young men are mak- wheat just harvested while the growand several ing arrangements to visit some summer been a good average, ing corn crop Is far inferior of that of resort for a few days. year. Copious showers of late have caused last Reports say that the hardest rain for tho river to rise and "By Ginger" Is years passed over the southern part of now accommodating the public with this countv last week. Great damage meal at 70c per bushel. was dono to the Dunnville and Liberty Whether Casoy Is to havo a fair this pikes While many acres of corn on go to year Is yet to be determined. We are is l'att. To Enjoy the Summer aro said to have been swept Into informed that the matter is now under the bottoms, leaving no signs of tho consideration and tho result will be once growing crop save the bare known In a few duvs. ground. A couple of weeks of protracted Tho Casey county public schools havo opened from centre to circumference meetings will be held at the Baptist and many an urchin is pinning illes to church beginning Sunday week. Closethe seat while tho teachers look for- ly followed by one at the AI. E. church and followed again by one at the Chrisward to draw day. Thailks arc hero tendered your regu- tian church. Able divines from a disAddrev for Ternw, Ac, lar scribe for privilege of using his tance will help In tho meetings and the space for this letter, but will not inter- sinner who escapes will in no doubt rethan his portion of thatuw-fu- l GUS. H0FMA.1T1T, Fropriotor, fere again; tho' will be heard from again ceive more wo are told of that awaits climate from other quarters. During tho rains of last week the him. Or:ib Orchard, Ky. n 32 We aro Informed that a U. S. lightning playod about our little vilexamining board hus been establage to the following extent: Burned out the telephone battery, knocked a lished at Liberty, composed of the .T. T. Weslov. J. M. couple of mules down and stunned W. H. Ilovious for awhile, who was In his Wesley, W. M. Murphy. Knowing buggy-housthem all we feel safe In saying that all Hustonville, - - - - Kentucky Hon. B. B. King, of Lincoln, was that are subject to their Inspection will here this week looking over tho Held be dealt with fairly, as the body Is comuple otVVwt Offers his services to the and - where he Is to fight In his race for the posed of excellent gentlemen Casey counties. Full stock of Gothns aud Caslcan J M. Ds. nomination for Senator and reports all cts always on liau J. "3 U b. Carienter. Managerlovely. Uncle Ben has lots of friends Tho question of free roads Is now bein this section and tho man who leads ing agitated in the minds of manyaCa-seylt- o him in the nomination will be a humand It Is more than probable I mer. that tho voters will have a chance this I're-.Representatives from the George- fall to cast their ballots upon it. I enn now supply tlio people with Cindy of many v irietles nnd superior excel- town College were here this week mak- Whether it will carry or not we are lency everv day. I am milking ltmelf ing arrangements for the opening of unable to say, but hopo that tho proper and guarantee satisfaction. Olve mo a call. the fall school at this place, at which method may bo taken in tho matter and J. A. STF.l'HKXSOX. Stanford. the attendance promises to be the larg- thereby avoid the rlotlsm and dlsturb-nnc- n est for years. Prof. W. P. Ford, of wrt have seen In other counties Shelby villc, will probably be principal, caused by tho matter. with one or more assistants whoso Tho latest fad of tho girls wearing names we have not learned at this writMRS..U. I). SIMPSON, Pror . their neckties with the bow on the back ing. a whirl nocks Is iralnimr The prize fight that was to havo tak- nt t.hnlr this section. Tholike : front side Is wind In en place between the writer and Boyle tho bai:k ought to do and tuc Newly furnished: clean beds; splendsd Stone, of Liberty, has been declared where side should Porters otr for a short time on account of Stone's back side where tho front Jericho is a Kvetytuinjj tabic bo. How in tho name of 89 referee, George Helm, falling to act. UlJCt trains. going to tell which is tho front From lato decisions of the court the af- man 01 a girl it huo insists in getting side fair will take place on Countown Ridge backward. What as It is considered to be out of the jur- into her clothes if he went to kiss wnulfl n follow think isdiction of any court. For further on the particulars, address Ab. Hall, manager, ono in tho dark and smack her mouth back of tho head Instead of the Lanhara Town, Ky. The writer had tho pleasure of atDr. I. S. Wesley, of this place, atat Turkey tended tho medical society meeting at tending the Sunday-schoRussell Springs last week and opened Knob last Sunday and can say It is a tho meeting by reading a paper which lively, Interesting and largely attend-o- d Mctmnl. hutntr well made un of a class t Ky. is said by knowing ones to havo been t excellent. The doctor is held in tho of lovable young ladles, who attracted Office on Lancaster street at Itosldcnce highest esteem by his brotherhood. Be- tho attention of tho writer moro than sides being secretary of Casoy County tho lesson that was under consldora-tinThi mihlic school at that nlaco S. Society, he Is honorary member of several adjoining counties, a record that oncned Monday with J. H. Allen in the few doctors hold. The skillful and suc chair. Having been under his caro In Dtntist, cessful operations he has performed tho Bchool room, wo can saioiy say tnoy HHfffil made no misiaKO in getting ma survivlately are gratifying to his irlends. Owing to the dissatisfaction amonir es and the result at the close of the the republicans over tho result of tho toYra will bear out tho statement. to be U. S. marshal, alias late primary tho democrats are quietly OUce ocer Mcltoberls' Drug Store In the Owsley putting out a good ticket and one of tho minister of the gospel, present repre Uulldlng. QTTAWK'C SON, PIANOS AND ORGANS. IN COHL, Decker Ilros". l'liuux. DEHLERS NOEL & Maine Urns'. I'lntuw, THE INTERIORJOURML -- AT- MiddlebUrg, Casey Co. 'The Winter Of Your Discontent- I A water-groun- d r hill-fid- es Take Itrunio Quinine Tablets All Untwists refund tho money If It tills to Cure. Kor SiUbyV II. Mcltolierts, Oral A llocker and i. L. I'tiiuv, IruVlM. Stanford, Ivy. Corn ami liny, Klllnglon I'lntiiM, has coine to tho parao conclusion tho Order Olllro and I'evd Kichinor, near the ltallroad l'lanos. jHiople had that he Is small pumpkin l. It. Itnldwln IMunos, CroulUK, lVjt Street, KIcher Ac. and tow to the hill, and that business - Itoy Organs, Ilnmltton Oruans nnd other can be carried on In this section bettor Coal Yard, Mill Street, lately J II. Hllni'. Makes. without his presence than with It. How Satisfaction guarantml. See my Goods and (let Mv 1'rlces Ileforu ou a man can got down In worldly things luy. lu W. T. WllttK,Cnili Orchard. as he has and especially in jvolltlcul ! trenches and then enter the pulpit for Johx. Castllxax. A. O. U.MI1M, pastime to teach the lost sinners tho now the straight and "harrow path that leads CrabInOrchard n try hastho flnest tonorlnl In jKionuf iUmcki. through the pearly gates, Is moro than artist the eta handles the seizors nnd IliaKBMOitr. h)io the writer can understand. V. R. C. razor In etert ntyle. Call on him when ou, . want a clean shaveor stilish haircut. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. INSURANCE COMPANY sentative of Casoy and Russell counties, F. Grider. now resident of Madison county, failed to appear at a certain church near here according to appointment sent by him. Doubtless he Stanford; Kentucky. NOTICE - -- J.T.Jones, STANFORD, KY., Jl-t- OF LIVERPOOL. TIN SSI) SHEET IRON WORKS, ORCHARD SPRINGS. FOR SALE. Stock of Millinery, unbracing Kvvr.v thing IStuilly Carried. ? tori room well located and tent reasonaMISS .M. S LOGAN. ble. Term-- , easy. IlMteot IIti4toiillle. Kv. A well-i-elect- ed -- B3RBEE y-!- 5 CaSTLEMBS. , carefull. Sole proprietor of Dean's lllack Diamond Itoof , Paint. Intimates jurnlshrd for painting ineul and iron nxifs. Satisfaction KttirantrtM All routs pa Intel with Dean's lllatk Diamond lalnt warranted for years. Dealer In lwt Cistern lHnu andOalranlied Iron niters, (ia'ranlied and lllack f Iron JUionnjtof ell kinds. MANAdr.KS, Oomuierco .Building-- Louisvillo. Agents Throughout the Siuth, t F.REID, Stanford, Has for K'llo Ky., 3STOTICE ! VT. A. THIBBLI, Ixcal Aeent, f jkjii-slo- J. T. SUTTON", Undertaker, - GOLDDUST HORSES, Tor both S iddle and Ilarliest Ml Shcrt-Hcm l'urio-if- . AI- e. Jersey and Choice Cattle, Poland China Hcgs, Sauthdswn Sheep. write All penons dcslrlne liucust I'otts for plank f ncc, ut ami railing or wire fence ran tlinl what they van tat my store near Cedar Creek, nu tho pike I also leading fruni Crab Orchard tn Stanford keep on hand a supply of plank for feiiolii. All purpoocs; alo boatds - kinds of lumber forbnildiiu and shlniile. All lerwins desirlnK any article ol this kind can call on mo at my sloro near Cedar Xi O. W alNOI.irruN. Creek. Stanford, jftf Kentucky. J. B. HIGGINS, DHALEIt IN Individual, of lxist drains. Call cr SHELBY & SHELBY, Proprietors jour wanU. CANDY KITCHEN. Oriag Bros.' Pure Bred Poultry. LIVERY.FEED& SALE.STABLE HoyloCo. ISluo-Or.i!- .s Poultry Yard. Klrst-Cla- JunctlonlClty, Ky. Farm Wagons, Pleasure Vehicles, h Mason Hotel iirat-clus- s. Lancaster, Kentucky. If 011 uiiko money In Turnouts, prompt allintlon, very this day and time ou mint ksei up with the times rlioii or jour ratronnge is keep thiirotiKhlnvds. They mature earlier with reasonable rates A and Is solicited respectfully a profit of more than fio per rent. Thearr.nitvment ol our janls is suih that thire ran he no mix In breeds. We guarantee all vgg fertile when shlpil. High-Grad- o II II. lied I'll (iaines. Imp. setting ol IS Goal. 1.00 " " (ttn) Snrher Celebrated I'll (i sine " " " " J.'.) White Crested Mailc I'ollsh Goods Warranted as Henresentcd. Offlco ou " ' Ited Imorted " ii 80 Main Street. opnoslte Klmore'u Store. lllack Minorca. n.oo " " j.no Sllrer ijeed Wyandotte, Stanford, Kentucky. ' ltarred I'l) mouth IUxk, " ' tl.50 All breeds score alnjie M liiti. J. L. TOTTKN. SAi.E4Mt.v. CltAIG IIKOS., Pros .Junction City. Ky. A word to the farmers. Agricultural .Implements, Fertilizers and FIRE INSURANCE , II r 6l 1 -- A WO It I) TO- - Insurance Company, ' TIIOUOUOIIIIIiED DR. W. B. PETW7, PROPERTY OWNERS. Are you Insured V If not, why not? Thou-snn- ds of dwellings and Imrna good m yours DUROC HOGS - ! OF BROOKLYN. ol Caledonian : Insurance Are Destroyed by Co., of Scotland. Fire or Lightning Every year. Involving the lovi of millions of dollars. Why should you expect to escape from j ear to year ? t KOUNDKD 1800. Dentist, Stanford, ...u. service. um una hows ulreudy bred. IMw of either hox, notnkln. Queitlons and promptly answered. J. H. is H. J. McBOBBSTB, Stanford, UI attain tho great" eat weight, fatten leaslly'ut any ago. Tho most proline of all breeds, n Your Property ifcay Burn Within a e.ir, within u month, hours. Why nhould you expose or vearrf of honpst. till a tlnglo fire, which can destroy nour 1 cum-miisnare 01 your Itespectfully, R. B. M AHON Y, Agt., 6 PRICE, A. irfr4on BTANFOItD, KY. Stanford, Ky. Ex-Want- ed JISSID. Qeueral Agent, - - At tho lowest prices nnd In tho bestmannor. I guarantee all my work. I will take nil ... .... j Mimms, uwiii, iur norso Shoeing which f 00 centa, canh. Please irlve W1ARXK, of rplrlog do e al reison.ble rates me 11 snare of your patronage. All kinds - - SUuford, Ky, Upholstering specialty. Satisfaction guiraoevd 32"Ct. I O. D. MAYES. tiTANFOHD, KY. the in Iru hi- It In nil patronage aecu-mulatl- within St H. D. PHILLIPS, Gun and. Look ttmith. I havo opened a shop at tho forks of tho MlllcdKevlllo pikes, near Mr. I. Hold n and am prepared to do all kinds of lmtonvlllo and Blackamithing- and Woodwork, - ..... .U .. t dMJ&UmtXXi;, h s,n Wii'aAs. Is-- .' M77S1SI.SS1 li