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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897072701 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. jj"' " "-- - ' wtit 9! i1" "T'" S SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVI. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JULY 27. 1897. LANCASTER MT. VERNON. i NO. 43 M (' 3 VICINITY NEWS. Perry Hulloek gets the postolllee nt Line Creek, Pulaski county. Mrs. Martha, relict of Col. James A. Fisher, (Hud at Danville, aged 81. d Editor A. D. Miller, of the Climax, has a little jrtrl at IiIh Klch-inono. MATRIMONIAL. I auntiuy. Some changes will then 1)l nntlolu t!io work of tho toiehen so a to ecuro a greater rho children's party last Saturday ly to wed Miss Tomiulo Barnc?. eftlclencv In all don irtmenM. Miss Martin will bo prlnclpil of the Prim irv and Pren tr.itorv evening In honor of Miss Linda Dll- - Churles Jennings and Miss Katie und will Ion, of Livingston, was a pleasant oc- - Spears, of Danville, drove up to Elder give special attention to tliu sin illur pupils. .miss narns win give iossoiw in Art. Kiocutlon. riivslc.il Culture. Ireo land Drawlnc. uiiitloti. Joseph Ballou's hist week and were and will teach classes In Heading and History Miss l will continue to give lessons lu Music, mid In Vntan strument.il and M. D. IIuuhks. Fred Krcugcr will repair his lime murrlod by him. hoti-UUIlure kiln and resume work as &oon as he iln-- l Mrs. Charlotte Smith, tho Boston Dr. Hieltou and Mrs. Saulley will have charge of classes In the Collegiate Department. V. G. Nicely has been appointed Tho Baptist association will convene I'or further Information cull on Mrs. Siulley at tho College or write to her for Catalogue. hU brick kiln of about 110.000 former. Is irciurinir a memorial for iwstmustor at Hansford, Rockcaslo here Aug. 20, when a largo crowd Is brick. Congress, which, If It becomes a law, county. expected. Tho aid society will meet with Mrs. will make marriage compulsory. IJradley refused to pardon RobGov. W. J. Romans tells me that an adverThursday. The John S. Howard and Mrs. Sophia ert Horn, sent up from Garrard for tisement In tho INTKKIOR JOURNAL Sallio Williams next with W. C. T. U. will meet Miss Lena Williams, both of whom had been murhor.-stealing. sold some vehlchlcs for him. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, Nowcomb on next Saturday. rled three times before, were joined for olub deThe Nlcholasvlllo base ball If the editor will olTer one year's sub Offers Instruction In Agriculture. Mechanical Engineering. Civil Engineering, three lines W. A. B. Davis will move to his new better or worse at Lowell, 111. feated the Danville team again Friday. scription to the I.VTlMtlOK JOURNAL, to of Scientific Study, viz: Matliumiitlc.il, Ulologlcal aud Chemical, Classics and Pedagogy, e this week. Mrs. Jus. RobDr. D. A. MoCurry, prominent Bap each of which leads to a degree. Tho score was 8 to W. be awarded to the best speller in the Twenty-EigProfessors and Assistant. Laboratories and Museums large and well inson has been ill for several weeks at tist divine at Belton, Ga., and a widTom Holland was arrested at Institute this week, I will submit ft) tho residence of Mr. Win. Prec ower of three months, married Mrs. equipped. County appointees receive given Tuition, Matriculation, I'uel and Lights and Weber. Itoom Kent. Traveling expenses also to appointees who remain tho full collegiato for u murder committed in test words and see who It Is. (All Judge Martin, of Jackson county, Is Sarah Conn, after a courtship of three jonr. Hoard lu dormitories SS.SS pur week, lu private families S2.50 to S3. Board, uniright. Ed.) Tennessee four years ago. form. IxmWsnnd wnshlng need not eceed il'iO pur year. T. J. Stewart, weeks. Ho Is (13 and his wife 50. Pail Term llegins Second Thursday lu September. Preliminary Examinations first MonThe now Ojiera House at Somerset, Iho Teachers' Institute meets to visiting his Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hlller, who live day In September. o Messrs. Claunch, Hall & Ogden, mana-ger- day (Monday) at the and it at Wildlo. Mr. Martin is u sterling f'or catalogues and other Information apply to with Punch will be In session live days. Wo have democrat ami wo understand will be a near Lagrange, Ind., have just complewill oion Aug. ted 87 years of married life, aud both evJflMES 1. PflTTESSON, Ph. ., L. L. )., Pres. Hoblnson's attractions. a number of intelligent teachers and candidate for county attorney, with bid fair to live longer. Mr. Hlller of Dunn-vlll- an interesting and instructive session ery prosect of success. Tobe Kills, bon of Joel Hills, Tho third demorest medal contest in Is now 107 years old, and his wife Is was thrown from a horse, break- Is expected. Prof. W. K. Lumley, of the series of six for Rockcastle county 103. When they were married he was and receiving Injuries Pulaski, Tenn., will conduct it. ing his thigh which may prove fatal. R. L. Elkin has received a letter will be held ut Muretsburg on the eve- 20, she IS. Mr. Gotleib Jacobs, a clever gentleJames Reedy, slayer of Walter Ilyrd, from tho Duqucsno Club, Pittsburgh, ning of August 4th. The W. C. T. U. Williamsburg. Pa., asking for u description of the pe- of this place hoes to send two bearing man from Ottcnhelm, obtained license Having considered the question from almost every standpoint, we have decided to adopt tho was hanged in elllgy at The man Is In jail and wns much afraid culiar fowls of which I wrote some time gold medals to the grand contest ut yesterday to marry Miss Mary Suttka, who he says la the belle of all her secago. Tills proves the large circulation Glasgow. tho hanging would become a reality. J. Karlns, the Louisville monument kf tho lXTKKlOK JOURNAL and verifies A large crowd attended the CoiTcy tion. Tho ceremony will occur July 2'J, and we wish the prospective pair man, who Is well known hero and who the fact that the fools are not all dead sale last Saturday. Prices ruled exBuf- vet, as no such fowls ever cxUted, only tremely high. Mules sold for S1H) great happiness. put up a number of tombstones in Because she was not permitted to Ileglnnlng July 1, 197, believing that it will be more satisfactory to both buyer and seller. apiece, calves 512 to 810 apiece and evfalo Cemetery, died recently of pneu- lu the imagination. erything else accordingly. A. W. marry her lover, Miss Experience Gil- No bud debts will accumulate, cotisecpjently wo can sell goods cheaper. It will take much monia In Louisville. The entertainment given by MUs ford, of East Bluehlll, Me., has not less capital, our expenses will bo less and thero Is every reason why the cash system will Hen Stono and Charlie Taylor, Rich- Mary Miller at her beautiful home on Stewart wus the administrator. Rev. McCouibs preached here Sun-da- spoken a word for 30 years. Her vow prove satisfactory. We onlj ask you to try It awhile and If you find it Is not to jour admond printer, uro preparing to go to Dunvillo Avenue, Thursday night, was vantage, wo will not kick on jour buying from merchants who sell on credit. Wo are satMrs. Fannie Thompson has re- expired last week and, dressed in her isfied wo can sell Alosku. They will tramp to Seattle, attended by about .10 guests, all of goods from 10 to 25 pr cent, cheaper than tho credit men and Mil and sail from there if the gold supply whom were highly delighted and who turned Irom u trip to Lancaster. Mr. bridal dress, she tried to speak, but her should certalnlj- bean Inducement to you Verj- - trulj-- , by that time. proved their appreciation of Hie occa- Hugh Sam White Is visiting friends vocal muscles refused to work. is not exhausted Rather than let her employers know silver- sion by remaining long after midnight. here. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Davis are Preston Smith, u that she entertained company after smith of Russell county, died suddenly It served as a sweet retreat from all keeping house In the brick hotel. Sam Myers is Improving In health. Mrs. midnight, Jennie Wise, of Elizabeth, at Ills home. He and his wife had a the euros and burdens of life. blows were quarrcJ In which hovoral The prohibitionists will nominate a Mollle Golden, of Louisville, Is visit N. J., stood by Friduy morningundsaw her sweetheart, Theodore Jones, taken &i ing her father. a few moments later hu candidate for tho Legislature exchanged and handcuffed, to tho jail, upon sus-Dr. Jones, u dentist, of Dereu, Is al died In her arms.. It does appear that tills is purely a n Jopliu House. Messrs. Blazer, of l)lclon or oeln" u burglar, bhe cried Andy Hlgglns, an aged and moral and local Issue and should not be the colorud citizen of Danville, died mixed up with the olltics of the coun- Conway, visitfcd here during the Instl- - 80 much Saturday that she was ques tioned, aud then she told the truth. last night. Advocate. This Is doubt try . I do not blume uny democrat for tute. Mr. and Mrs. Brack Graves, of mentioned in Judge opposing the sale of liquor, but I do Livingston, visited here recently. Miss Jones soon regained his freedom. lebs the same man ! We are prepared to store wheat at a les, price than can store It Durham's famous letter to a colored censure him for voting tho prohibition Ella Joplln gave a party lust Thursduy Call and seo u and wo $ RELIGIOUS. man, which closed as follows: Give my tieket against the nominees of his par- evening In honor of her guest, Miss i:w) Mumio Rallard, and the teachers atlove to your wife und tell Andy Hlg- ty, when nothing can bo accomplished Rev. Peter Havermans, the oldett glns howdy. by it. Lot him vote on the question tending tho Institute. Miss Mnltio Catholic priest in the U. S., is dead at Rev. John L. Smith, aged feO, a load- when it comes before the people and Williams Ussisted in entertaining uud Troy, N. Y. He was born in ISOti. ing minister of the Baptist church, supHirt his nominees for olllce, as the all went home delighted with the eveThe union service at tho Baptist Tor you. dropped dead In his yard at Danville. republicans do, no dllTuronce how they ning's enjoyment. church next Sunduy evening will beHe was one of the largest stockholders fuel about the spirits. That issue Is Yum, yum, yum. Just to think grand gin at7::iQ sharp. Rev. S. M. Logan will In the Commercial Building Associa- not before the people in this section old Texas produces only about 40,000,-00- 0 olllciatc. tion, of Louisville, and leaves a good and a little reflection on the part of The salvation army Is getting ready watermelons, weighing In the agm estate. His children are all grown. democrats will save the ticket a num- gregate only $00,000,000 pounds. Why, to hold the biggest camp meeting of Mr. Smith was the third prominent ber of votes, while they can still hold they could be packed In UO.OOO cars and the season at Siker Hills, back of New citizen to drop dead within u week. to their views on the whisky ques- would make only about 2,000 train Albany. A jubilee of tho home and foreign loads. Our 30,000,000 cantaloupes will row at Cincinna tion. Tho Corrlgan-ClarSome democrats have formed the make up tho deficit, however. Galvei-to- n missions of the A. M. A. church at ti Is now being fought In tho newspa- habit of referring to members of Ocean Grove, N. J., is attended by their News. pers. Corrigan says that Col. M. Lewis own colored people. party n "free sliver men" when a The tender little advci-tie- d who Clark did draw a large army pistol on great many who suporicd Bryan and Rev. R. B. Mahony wont to Lexingin tho Louisville Times for u hushim, but did so more because of drink ton Saturday and filled Dr. Boxott's who accept the Chicago platform, in than of being called a liar. He further the main, because the majority adopt- band, turns out to be anything but a pulpit Sunday while the doctor preach good thing. She is not only not a mai( avs that nobody but a coward would K3K ed it and because other democratic den, but has been married twice, the ed for him at Preachersvllle. u pistol as Clark und that carry such Bibles and prayer books are necessi1 1 principles are embodied therein, do last time in doing so becoming tho WA tho colonel is a butter, who once had not favor the free coinage of N ties uecordlng to an English county silver, as rather an unpleasant exj)erlenco In a standard money, ut the ratio of 1(1 to 1 stepmother of 2'J children. court decision, and must be paid for by Insurance companies have refused gunplay that ho once tnudo on Cupt. and who uro us good demoerwts unv- husband when the wife obtains payment of policies on tho life of tho the on credit. Tom Moore. Many years ugo, he re body. This Is an unfortunate tieo of late Judge J. R. Jewell, of Lexington, them members being told that ho was retreat The singing will bo held at Mrs. M. teiras and should be abandoned, as It n tho grounds that he was unlit for In ing and got hit with a bullet which In F. Elkln's Friday night nnd overybody hai u tendency to nieasnro u man's deterfered seriously with him when sit mocracy by a single issue, when there surance ut the time the policies were who is interested in tho improvement HERO THE Issued. ting down. of the music at the union services is Inare oiners mr more important, as Tobacco Is now served A soldiers vited to be present. iu?oi)ir at Conov Island was Thoroughbred Duroc Jersey Ml trusts, protective tariff, ccntraliiation by order of the United out to Stutos war decaught in tho act while under the la- of Tho Kentucky iinmml conference jHjwer, c. Let us refer to our pardles' dressing rooms on tho beach. Af- ty as democrats, the wing that went partment as a regular stlmulent. Half convenes In Mt. Sterling, September 1.") licrdj ol My breeders were selected from the bath-lo- g an ounce a day is the amount Used ter being handled roughly by tho of this Unions breed of swine lu several States A to 22. Bishop Wilson, of Baltimore, SALES' astray us gold standard advocates and upon. V&22tfdHuBHBfllK fpIeiidM lot of iiigjof illllirent ages for sale Bred masters, who drove him Into the tho old enemy us republicans. sows a seclallr Satlstactlou guaranteed. Cones-ji- i will preside, Many distinguished diThis is Jeiiio solicited. Address over his Inferehangeable mileago tickets will vines from this country and wuter and then rowed boats Cnnada und certainly better taste and much uioie be in use on R. H. BRONAUGH, was made to run August 1 on HI railroads England will be In attendance. head repeatedly, he reasonable. sli Orchard, Kjr. between Pittsburg and St. Louis and gauntlet between men, women and the Tho biipjKised grave of Evo Is visited Charles M. Bouldoti, aged .'10 years, Chicago and the Ohio river. children, who jabbed him and smote died on Friday night at his homo near In the famous Garden of Olives at by over 40.000 pilgrims in each year. him with every conceivable weapon at Bryantsvllle, after a protracted Illness It is to bo seen at Jeddah, In a cemeteJerusalem there are eight nourishing hand, from a parasol down to a hair of consumption of the bowels. He wns olive trees that are known to bo over ry outside the city walls. The tomb Is pin. Half dead, he escaped. 50 cuplds long and 12 wide. The Arabs born in Bourbon county, having moved The tragic death of Mr.--. Cocke, a to this county ubout 15 years ago and 1,000 years old. entertain a belief that Eve was the Representative McMlllcr. says the former Cvnthlana. Kv.. woman, Is be u duughtor of J. W. Ppor, a tallest woman that ever lived. married new tariff bill will produce u deficien Ihtriwj the Tennctsee Centennial and International Exposition at Sah' ing Investigated by tho authorities ut prominent clti7.cn of Lower The Southern Methodist children are Garrard. cy instead of a revenue, and predicts Mrs. villc, Tenn , a low rate tpecial tariff hat been atablithed for the sale of Ashevllle, N. C. The fact that asked to make special offerings for the He lived for awhile at Birmingham, u will leaving a con another bond sale. ticket from Cincinnati and other terminal pointi on the Queen A Crtwwni Cocke had made Corcan Mission. The ehililren of tho Ala., where he had, at one time, conA plague of mosqujtos has visited to her husband and tho Honte. siderable estato Conference Society giving most may siderable money invested. Possessed Tickets are on sale daily until farther notiee to Chattanooga at 4.55 one further fact that her life was Insured of a high order of intelligence and be- Monmouth county, N. J. They are re name the building nnd the society givway or fl.UO round trip from Junction City, the round trip tiefcts being for $.'10,000, which will go to him, con- ing very popular, ho was siierIntoiid-en- t ported to have killed u child within ing next to tho largest umount will yat $7.0 one hour. yooil eeren days to return; other licUts, with longer return limit, stituted the foundation for the talk, name the chapel In the mission buildof the Lancaster & Lexington turnbo groundless. S. MoNully, a Boston newspa' ing. the round trip. Peter L'enorally believed to and at $9.05 fur was the republican nomof Scott pike road and per man, attempted to swim from Kng The Tompkinsvillo News says that Thete rate enable the public to viiit Xaihville and other &juthern oints . William Sherrltt, inee for sherltT in the present camat the attended tho Oakley races and paign. He wus buried in the honors of laud to France, und swam 3o miles in 15 Eld. Tlco Spears, of tho Christian at rates neier before offered. VcstibuUdtrainiofthejiimtcliuiiare county, church, is 87 years old and hus been ditpvml of the pawnyer, affording a wal pleasant trip, and enabling one afterwards boarded a train, fell usleep Musonory and Knights of Pythias, be hours. boy committed suicide preaching (iO of them. A Ho carries u to viit the eery interfiling scenery and important battleground in and and did not, awako until all tho passen ing a prominent member of both or y lu New York because his parents were lurgo valise containing his earthly posho awoko the When ..o,M hud left. about Chattanooga, Tjookout Mountain and Chickamauga National One of the longest processions unable to eduouto him. sessions, He is one of the few who switch yards und in a ders. Tickets to Nashville to visit the Centennial can be purchased Park. trulu was in tho ever witnessed here followou ills reMiss Loretta Small, duughter of preaches only for the good of tho cause. at Chattanooga foa 33.40 round trip. Ask your ticket agent for ticket via drowsy condition ho attempted to mains to the Lancaster Cemetery Sun the Q. A C. llowle South or tvrite to alight whilo the train wus In motion day at 12 o'clock, when his body wuh Evangelist Sam Small, is to star in During the CO years of his ministry, he has not received more than 8250, and and was thrown under the wheels and laid in Its mother dust. Row Ruthei-for- d Shakespeuroan roles. JAMES HOY, Agt. Junction City, or One of tho seven surviving widows of hus never solicited donations. Instantly killed. Douglas, of Nicholusville, mado '. C. lilXEAIlSOX, G. P. A. Cincinnati Tho library of the University of Cal- appropriate remarks, Rev. F. M. Hill the revolutionary soldiers died at San The canal constructed at a cost of ifornia has received a gift from( Collis ollcrcd a fervent prayer and tho servi- Diego, Cal. $40,000, to bring wuter from tho North P. Huntington of more than 4,000 doc- ces closed with Musonle ceremonies, Chesapeake & Ohio excursion to Hot Canadian river to operate mills at Ok coveruments in Spanish and English, conducted by Mr. Henry Sandlfer, of lahoma City, has been destroyed by ing tho early history of California. It Danville, which were very Impressive. Springs, Va., and White Sulphur gophers, that made'holcs through the TO Of Lincoln nnd Garrard. GEORGE H. M'KINNEY, Springs. W. Va., on Fridoj--, July 30th, period just before tho Is richer In tho dikes, through which the water ran, for trains leaving Lexington at 11:25 A. occupation than uny other American Owlnu'tothowet weather last year moit It was a common sight to see a pret- M. and S:50 v. M., tho Chesapeake & washing tho banks away. collection except tho Bancroft Library. all of tho wheat In Hi" country was damp& Claim Agent, girl wading In mud and water with Ohio Ry. will sell round-tritickets to At present Bowling Green is full of ed, and to do our customer- - Justlco wo had, Examinations Mil be held ut tho ty Is raging in to irrlnd It for thorn in order to holdourcus-tom30 und 31 for tho ben-et- her dress up to her knees. W. P. Wal- Hot Springs, Va., for 37 and to WhUo sickness. Typhoid fevor county seats July for others who wero custom- to Of tho INTEUIOR JOUUNAL, will Box 44, Stanford, Ky. Sulphur Springs, W. Va., for 80, tick- our midst, and tho general condition of ers ofand also not of candidates for school superin- ton, other mills which would and u they against a post now for ets good returning 10 days from data of tho city is very bad, to say tho least of their old customers, wo lias had 12 ye lira's practice before all tho whoso eligibility has not here- butt his head tendent think they thU J ear Depa tments In Washington City. 9 not coming. Lancaster Record. sale. For further particulars call on or It. Filth of every klud In all parts of huvo good wheat us u other would not tofore been tested. ouclit to patronUo Right you are, Bro. Laudram, and write to Georgo W. Barnoy, dly. pass, the town is becoming very offensive to accommodate them last year. Our flour Va., Charles Mulllns, of Joncsvllle, Who think the populace. Press. y wo uro going to butt your head ugalnst agt., Lexington, Ky. this year will give tho best of satisfaction Wanted-- An of some Idea tbl Off casuapla nil. at wa have was given live years In tho penltentla-rwo will to patent? Charles Miller, of Valparaiso, Ind.. and olothi Inguarantee It toThanks for past Protect jour Idesjt posw for not advertising that aud,ro-llovlu- g several our mills. tbr majr bring jrou, wealth. for holding up Col. B. Price ouw. wrus juhs wauucHuunn ceo, rmuni show Instead of a common, The annual drink bill of tho United died from Jockjaw caused by stopping favors. Wo tiro Very HesiH'Ctfu Wy lFRED. Mfi WswtUactoa. D. - for tlnlr i.9W prMAttor. oCtr of u quart of whisky and a kind of a him MOltltld n wt t twuaUrw IbtmUom wmmkL on a shoo peg. evory day clrcua. States la 81,223,704,371. pistol. Cow-en 2tith, 2 v. M. Tho democratic committee nominated A. D. Ford for judge; J. W. Hamilton for circuit clerk; I. M. Dunn for shci-liT- , und J. L. McCurley for assessor. Lancaster, July Hldur Forrer preached THE nt Brodhead STANFORD Proston Hubbard, of Madison, who read law hero for u short time, Is short- - FEMKLE 0, IsUT. C0LLEG6 NEXT SESSION WILL 1IEOIN SEPT. Vo-a- rc-Ish- es State College of Kentucky. ht o store-hous- Mid-dlesbo- ro son-ln-lu- ill s, court-hou&- li e, A Word To You. THE CASH SYSTEM, u - $ y. well-know- n FARRIS & HARDIN, to-du- mi' well-know- WHEAT. u H Will Either Buy or Store I J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. k METAL ROOFING. o,-0- tid-bi- t, FLOORING, A.C.SmjL CEILING, sf?3 SIDING, STANFORD, FINISH. Farm smd Yard FenceBUUe-QRA- W lt QUGGO & (RG$(GnT. lir A'ili-tar- THE PUBLIC! p Pension lt accom-moda- ... C- 3S-- :it itfeV it kilissM Jf w mW&wSErWSSPQffi?" yn.li .) HI n yiMM T wp jppPPnfSjWr-- ' " ? "r ;v irrr ry' rf;;- - v r1' v ; v. w j'!!i"Mu'.wji'A' "ir 3 ' ' : " 1 F fr A I" i IK I W 'ill' 1 W , I l I Eft;. r Li1 id. r Dr. D. C. Scull, of, Lebanon, Ind., By refusing to appoint committees, cure recognition from tho present ad. GKEATEST OF ALL was Henry A. Rucker, an died after fasting 41) days. to hold his ministration Speaker THE INTERIOR JOURNAL jackasses Reed was enabled exercise his Atlanta barber, who was appointed Pat McDonald, a Cincinnati cook, In check and to tho sovered three lingers while- attempting own sweet will over them. Hope of collector of Internal revenue for vigorous to chop a chicken's head off. chairmanships or fear of insignificant Georgia district, despite tho Stanford. Ky.. July 27, 1897 assignments mado him have complete opposition of the "Lily White" ele- Archio McMullln. a white man, was sentenced at Couroo, Texas, to bo hangdominion over them and endorse his ment. democrat voted ed for assaulting a littlo girl. Only ono Simpson tyranical action after Jerry W. P. WALTON. Willis Meredith, county clerk of Edhad protested against It. On the last for the tariff bill, McEnery, of LouisiaJones and monson county, short in his accounts day of the session, he named the com- na, as did silver republican and DEMOCRATIC TICKET. mittees. Colson Is the only Kentuck-ia- n populist Stewart. Teller, Allon com- 9720, has left for parts unknown. Butler, all members of tho silver Lightning struck three small chilto get a chairmanship and that Is Fo Ap'latc Cl'k, S. J. SHACKELFORD of ex- - bine, wero present ami refused to vote, dren of .las. Williams, of Wolfe counthe comparatively important ono " Circuit Judae. M C.SAUFLEY. is while Kylo,and Pettlgrew were absent ty, this State, killing two of them. ' Com'lth Attorney, J. S. OWSLEY, Jr. nendltures on nubile buildincrs. He besides placed on claims and pensions: without pairs. George Shocman, u farmer living We speak nothing but the truth when wo say wo are offering genuine reductions " Representative, - M. '. NORTH. The democrats polled 1 10,000 votes In near Springfield, O., died after hicthroughout our entire house. Prices are absolutely low. Judge by these Men Davison Is placed on elections No. 2 LYNN. " County Judge, - 7. repuband women's Shoes and Oxfords to slaughtuied. Men's Lace or Congres Shoes in and exiwnditures in the war depart- their primary in Louisville, the coughing day and night for a week. ' County Clerk, - G?0. J?. COOPER. licans polled S.000. The readers of the plain nnd pointed toes at II per prtir. A hotter ono in plain, pointed or coin toeA man who has jut returnud from " Counti Attorney, HARVEY HELM. ment; Evans is on ways and means and Capital will please bear in mind our In the agricultural deexpenditures " Circu'it Clerk, J. F. IIOLDAM. the Alaska gold Holds says It Is hard to goes at il.50 nnd 52 value nnjwhere. MenS Vlci kid at 12, worth 13. Vlci kid partment; Pugh gets a place on appro- original, only genuine signature on get along In Dawson City on less than oxfords for men nt tl nnd (1.25. 200 pairs Indies bltick and tan Miopo both in luce " Sheriff, - - SAUL. M. OWENS priations and alcoholic liquor traffic; each package prediction that Weaver 850 a day. nnd button in thc latest style nnd toe, to bo Hold at (1.00, worth 12 25 nnywhere. " Jailer, - - GEO. IP. DEBORD. on the agricul- will win by at least 5,000 majority and Clardy is Ladies tun or black oxfords nt 60c. A finer grade in hlnok nnd tan nt fl, A few (7. BAKER. Stevo Moore, of Owensboro, detertowr, - - C. on perhaps by as much as 8,000. Frankalso prirs left of Mack oxjords in the latest style too and fancy vesting top nt $1,50 mined to kill himself, took 10 grains of " Coroner, - - H'Jf. LANDGRAF. ture andBerry gets on the committee on rivers and harbors, fort Capital. worth So. Misses' oxfords and buckle slippers In tnn, black and oxblood thndefl GINGLETON claims; morphine and drank a half ounce of Supt. School, GARLAND This amendment to the constitution and foreign affairs; Fltzpatrick on pennt50cto1.25. Hoys' and youths' Shoo?, good quality calf skin, worth $1 75. this will bo submitted to the votors In No- laudanum. sions and patents; Dave Smith got on week Doc Rollln Burt, of Muncle, Ind., was The taritT bill which the judiciary, and on ventilation and vember: Tho goneral assembly may 'TiS done shot and killed while on his way to Senator Teller, a life long republican, acoustics: Settle election committee by general laws, provide for taxation church by his pistol falling from his if not of No. 1; Wheeler was treated worse than by municipalities of property other says is "full of absurdities, Hjcket and discharging. crime, and is vicious, unfair, extrava- any other man in the delegation, only than lands and Improvements thereon, Matthew Hay ward, an old Federal gant and un&atlsfactory," passed the receiving a place on the committee on based on Income, licences or franchises, soldier Columbus, O., attempted to at which may be either in addition to or Senate Saturday by a vote of 40 to 30. militia. kill himself because ho could not get in lieu of ad valorem taxes thereon. The dispatches arc particular to state 0 an Increase of pension. editorials Chauricey Depew thinks that Who writes the the hour and the minute it passed and The brothers of Dr. W. L. Ryder, by the presiding for tho republican papers in this secwill como In from In gold a year the time it was signed who was hung by a mob at Talbatton, Ladles' novelty dress shirts in black ntul fancy colors lined with rustle line and well officer. Speaker Reed put his fist to it tion? We have been noticing for some Alaska. We will then repudiate our made at $1.25. Shirt wnUts made of French Dimity, two dozen styles to select Ga., took a solemn oath at his grave at 3:07 P. i. and at 4:07 the crowning time that there was a decided sameness obligations by paying them off in cheap from at 50c each. A few Icil jet at25e each. Wash goods, organdie, Dimities cto. that they would avenge his death. infamy was accomplished by the presi- of utterance by these alleged makers gold. Silver will shoot up to tho moon at SJ to 15c worth doublu the money, Bourbon county purchased from Col. dent taking his pen in hand and affix- of public opinion and Friday last we in price. Rothschild will become a into imme- compared the columns of the three be- silver bug and the gold bugs will W. W. Baldwin 18 miles of turnpike ing his signature. It went diate effect and now we may look for fore us when they had several ar- change to sliver bugs. The money for $2.,000. This frees all tho roads In the long promised prosperity, when ticles exactly alike, while the editorial devil will become an angel of mercy that county, making 350 miles In all. people will be made richer by being columns of two were almost an exact and hell will bo a summer resort. A lady In Franklin, Ind., was killed Says tho Louisville Post, which is by netting a grain of corn In her wind-piitaxed to death. With fine crops and reproduction of the other and each which How Into her mouth while an unusual demand for them abroad, palmed them off as original. A syndi- "agin" him: There Is no combination, we may look for an improvement in fin- cate editorial writer Is something new no diversion, no division, no fusion, she was ftholllng corn to her chickens. ancial conditions, which designing and under the sun. which can prevent tho election of SH;clal dispatches from Madrid state Rhno.ki.lfm-d- . Evervbodv knows It. The that the bodies of 2(5 infants in rough Kimcy Clklna Silks I'nraioU in tho new nobby effects at $1.73, worth S8 While HM- -. fool republicpns will endeavor to other Editor Forrester, of the Frankfort republican leaders know It, and tho make ignorant people believe is due to been discovered in injiml silk parasols nt f 1.50. Black nilk parn-o- lt with the Inte-- t Drcdcn trimmed Capital, turns his search light on Ed- knowledge has reached even the Inner- deal boxes, have systhe Dingley bill and its infamous of St. Peter's church at Sc the towor handle at f 1.50 to $2. of tho Lexington Leader, tem of protection and fostering of itor Roberts, most regions of "darkest Africa," and vllle. and other inventions and not only charges that ho is guilty is consequently known even to the editrusts combines John W. Chapman, individual bookof duplicity In the Pewee Valley of the devils, who want to livefrdm the tor of the Courier Journal. The man keeper of tho Georgetown branch of case, but that he or Deboe and sweat of honest labor. It has taken who denies it merely sins agalnstllght. tho Farmers Bank, has loft for parts Brlstow have lied, most likely he. Ten years ago It was not considered unknown. He Is $2,000 or more bethe republicans nearly four months to so far made no response, pass the abortion. It will take the Roberts has respectable to bo a republican In Ken- hind. possibly be concountry 50 years to get over the evil and his sUence may tucky. Now It really Isn't respectable The Indiana law restricting the sale To come to see us six days out of every week confession of guilt. Immediately after the strued into a effects of it. goods from the other to be a republican of tho kind that Is of convlot-mad- o passage of the bill, Congress adjourned running party affairs hero and at States has boon declared unconstituTO J. E. CARSON, CHAIRMAN. AND Washington. They used to call It the tional by Judge Fox, of the Wayne till December, the Senate declining to THE MEMBERS OF THE DEMOeven consider the monetary commis"nigger party" now the Negroes arc circuit court. CRATIC COUNTY COMMITsion bill fraud recommended by about the only decent ones left who afIt developed that Loo Hrazolton, who TEE OF LINCOLN. and passed by the House. filiate with tho gang headed by Hunt- was supposed to have been drowned at A. UIUUNSKY & CO , PRorKirroiuj. When I accepted the democratic er, Deboe, Todd, Taylor, Franks, Sapp, Knoxvillc, Is on his way to Alaska. Ho statement is nomination for county judge, which Erdman and their tribe. And tho Ne had tried to swindle Insurance compaThe very remarkable T. D. KANEY, Manager. sent that efforts are being made to in- came to me unsolicited I did not know gro suffers In reputation by the asso- nies out of $8,500. that 40,000 people will dict Supt. W. F. Scott, of the Lexing- or believe that outside Issues would be ciation. Frankfort Capital. Git The boltocratlc convention, says tho be at Dawson, Alaska, by September 1, Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hnrdstown, Lawrenccburg, Tynthlana, Versailles Krai ton Lunatic Asylum, because he is try- brought into the campaign. Such have nenee, Georgetown, Kllxnbethtown, Frankfort, nnd Mauckport, Ind. ing to run the institution as cheaply as arisen and not being in sympathy with PnrUaln NTnmurv.vas one of exs. It with food for less than 4,000. Thous- Car- claimed, saved them and feeling that I can not cham- was called to order by possible. He has, It is a1,sof nvc8 raust be sacrificed there ,rom thc tnirfll for uoltl. already ?2.",000. The effort to Indict pion such measures I have decided to roll; it was presided over by Tn(J noiKnbors of Boyce Spelcher, to be by those who have been withdraw from the race. I have al- Sims; Its permanent chairman was exseems Buckner nvjj, near Detroit, Mich , gave him a cut off from furnishing supplies, they ways been a democrat and expect to re- Secretary Carlisle; t. Gov. Hlndman; It C()at Qf tar anj feathers and ordered claiming that the doctor's economy Is main so, and am very anxious for the nominated Wat- - hjm tojUIlV0 of the in- success of the splendid ticket you nam- was addressed by at the expense of comfort tull gcction becauso he k vjcj0H8 remarks about the hand, the doctor ed in May last excepting myself of terson and Breckinridge; mates. On the other Orndorff was defeated; and tho cn says he found that a great deal of food course. Trusting that you will place ex- was being wasted and that he simply In my stead a democrat, good and true, committees made up of Lew!s Redwine, who stole over and q from tnu Gatc cjty National Bank my support in adSenators, cut the over supply down. The people and pledging him Senator Lindsay was at tinnU,, Ga., and who ha.s since will commend his efforts for retrench- vance, I am very respectfully yours, J.E.LYNN. live statesman In tho becn conjined in tho United States jail and will be disgusted thfl only real ment and reform bunch, and he would bo an at this effort of interested parties to Stanford, July 24. ftt Columbus, Ohio, has been willed a if those who elected him could get at f0rtune. harass and annoy him. Since the above was written the TO THE MEMBERS OF THE him. Local option Is succeeding well in COUNTY COMMITTEE. grand jury has reported, roasting the Tho ticket nominated by tho repub- - Winchester. Tho jkjIIcc court used to IV. superintendent from stem to stern. The Notice of the withdrawal of Mr. J. licans in Louisville is strictly an A. P.- t,0 flnca wjt drunks and disorderlies. report accuses him of starving and E. Lynn from the democratic ticket, A. affair. Dr. Harris, who was noml- 'Tnu fitt ,noruh under the new state of Branch Store nt Ilustonvilk, U. H. Cnmnitz, Manager. stinting the Inmates, simply to make a for reasons stated In his letter, which natcd for coroner, expresses Its senti- - things shows only two cases of any kind record of economy, and says that his appears in this paper, having been re- raents as follows: "In accepting this t,0fore tho iollco court. helpless incapacity and Ignorance ceived I hereby call tho committee to honor I deslro to btato that I am an Ships are leaving for Alaska over- alone save him from Indictment. His meet at Stanford at 10 o'clock Thurs- American citizen. I also want to state loaded with more than their legal com- continuance, It says, at the head of day, July 29th, to take steps to nomi- unequivocally that I am opposed to plemont of passengers. Specially char-- . such an Institution is a disgrace and nate another candldato for county Catholicism. A religion that violates tered vessels are loaded to tho utmost. I am op Gov. Bradley is asked to dismiss him judge. A full attendance Is desired the second commandment. prospectors And yet the posed to the confessional; I confess my can nM b(. Uikon t0 Aaskll at once. enough. reand all candidates for the office arc Dr. Scott makes a hot reply to the quested to be present. sins only to my God. 1 am opposcu to Renewed activity in the effort to entho ninn who pits in the Papal chair report and demands that he be given J. E. Carson, Chm'n. force the prohibitory law is being man- The WOGF.ST fle Tablet on the nmrket A nelect line of the right to produce proof that the and calls himself Lord God. I want to Dem. Co. Committee. ifested thr6ughout Kansas. Temcharges are false. say that If I am elected the first duty I July 20, 1897. perance people have become alarmed shall perform will be to nd out who over tho boldness of tho Jolntlsts and THE withdrawal of Mr. J. E. Lynn dies in the convent und how they die." POLITICS arc stirring up tho officials to suppress from the democratic ticket, which he the violators. Collector John W. Yerkes is to take headed, is to be regretted, for he is a News Briefly Told Oscar Williams, a Negro under ar- Hox I'njK.T anil Tnbh'tH with KnveloK'H to mutcli, In the Intent Tints itiul DcMgni. Oct clever, capable and popular gentleman. charge of the office July 31. Fisher, a drunken Paris Negro, rest In Georgia for criminal assault, was for politics, howJohn Thomas Taggart He has but little taste 'tli" on tho Intett style from our line. was taken from a .rain and lynched. ever, preferring the comforts and quiet by tho democrats of Indianapolis for had his head cut off by a K. C. train. Ephraim Brlnkley, a murderer, was Tho lynching of Williams Is said to be of his homo to scrambling for office, so mayor. f Urey Woodson, of the Owensboro hanged by a mob at Nebo, In Hopkins part of a plan for a wholesale lynching for that and other reasons, he withbee. at which four other criminals aro draws In time for the party to canvass Messenger, has been appointed gener- county. a good al manager of the Louisville Dispatch, masked men tortured and robbed to be disposed of. Six tho question well and nominate Kn man In his stead. a position he Is very capable of filling. an old woman of S1.500 near Smithilold, Tho 25th United States Infantry BiBY cycle Corps has completed its rido of The Richmond Register says that W. Va. THE duty on diamonds Ih reduced All save :14 miles of the turnpike 1,1)00 miles from Fort Missoula, MontaIs besieged with apGov. McCreary from 25 per cent ad valoreraiu the Wilto pub- na to St. Louis. Tho distance was covpeals to announce his candidacy for roads In Fayette county ure free son bill to 10 per cent by the Dingley ered In 40 days, only 35 of which were Congress next year, but so far he has lic travel. bill. The rich only can wear diamonds 5 Tho grand jury at Lexington refused actually spent on tho road. Thu aversaid neither yea nor nay. and sugar and other necessaries of life slayer of age distance traveled each day was 52j Headsman Brlstow Is beating all pre- to Indict Jacob Harris, the are taxed for their benefit. The poor miles. Over part of tho route tho dally vious records In the matter of transfer- Thos. Merrltt. man is not taken into the account. He DanHurrls, who murdered a woman, average was (50 miles. fourth-clas- s spoils ring the is regarded only as a necessary evil by bo hangAlso carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, On June 31 he made 157 was sentenced at Nashville to Congress and is made to to the victors. the republican ed September 3. appointments and Saturday he scored Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Lancaster Coukt. A fairly good pony up for the expenses of the govJ. S. Alsmon, of Virginia, has a deed crowd attended yesterday, but lltt a 183. ernment prodigally administered on evis built Room Opposite Court-Hou- se Square, Stanford, Ky Gov. Tanner, of Illinois, was roundly to the land on which Frankfort business of any kind was done. No ery hand. when riding at tho head of the and will sue for it. offered publicly but a few hissed cattle were ' r r hvrwyf'yrvy'iwiiK,iit w Covington and To save It is stated on good authority that Logan procession In Chicago Thursday. Newport tho rebate bought siuu.uuu of the 20 or U0 on the market ehanged brewers hands privately. Goal butcher stuff James R. Keene made 52,000,000 on su- His utter surrender to tho street car brought 2c; heifers and steers 3 to .'!, gar stock In three days. But for the ring, sacrificing the people of Chicago, worth of beer stamps. Mrs. Maggio Thornton, whoso son feeders A to jc. boverul milk cows most unjust and Iniquitous tariff ever was the cause. dead j b,:ought $20 With the passago of the amended was drowned Wednesday, dropped foisted on a long suffering people such Saturday. fabulous speculation could not have Dingley tariff bill tho price of goods at Midway Col. Underwood sold at Lancaster Four white men havo been Indicted yjstcrduy a sow and 8 pigs for 315 and a been made. Congress surrendered to will at once advance and ulready merMy stock Is yit full of Good Tilings ntul Choice Soring I'nttcrus. county, Ark., for attempting sow and 0 pigs fdr $12.."!0. tho sugar trust, perhaps for a part of chants are busy marking up tho values in Nevada te drive Negroes out of tho county by the swag 815,000,000 which is given and poor people, with little money, will lawless methods. It by filching from the pockets of the be the snfferers. The republicans nominated a county Stanford INTERIOR JOURNAL, The people. gives an exhaustive reply to one of ticket in Anderson Saturday, headed Iiuring tho next CO dnys. Pflce will ho Orently Redured. 1 will sell you county judge, a EXCEPT to pass an Infamous tariff Henry Watterson's long effusions. Tho by Bruce Seveenly, for bill the work of the four months' ex- Stanford editor writes most Interest- boltoerat and a turncoat. Cuuuot ho overcome by feeding When five New York bloomer girls of tho Reinuuy nftor hofju nro a few elocs past huh), tra session of Congress was, as Billy ingly and sensibly. Louisville Dispromptly took to a AoId rlbk and miike extra tlesh uy feetjlni; A mnn'ji AHWool suit for 31. SO. Como and hco them wliethor you wunt to buy or not. Allen used to say, a d n baren ideali- patch, which proceeds to copy part met a bear they Hog Uumedy In Mine. and accord- Dr. HunV tree. The sight of a mouse would prob- lnir to directions, ty. Very littlo elso was done and what of tho reply. sulo by created a like stampede. TANNER BROS., .McKlnney, Ky . The first Southern colored man toso- - ably have was done better had been left undone. - Bargain : Weeks. At the Louisville Store. - .. ! Dress Shirts. 3100,-000,00- Silk Umbrellas and Parasols, post-offi- ce It Will Pay You Mo-Kinl- ey THE LOUISVILLE STORE. iso-tlmate- d er ex-Jud- ge ex-Go- v. ex-L- wom-Cler- Furniture, Wall Paper, Iron Beds, ex-judg- 6100,-Sta- te or DEMO-CRATI- C Carpets, Picture, Frames, Bed Room Suites, Dining- Chairs, Rocking Chairs, Lace Curtains, Portierres, Curtain Poles. W. WITHERS. STANFORD. ( gold-cra.c- d f.t School Books and Supplies. AtCRAI(3cSt HOOKER'S. 11 UnDGRCAKIDG C. M'CLARY, post-mast- er Praotical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. ' ' I T T rTTilBii I I CnLOTHENTG. Months of Neglect THEY MUST BE S0LB A CHILD'S SUIT FOR 50HCTS. H. J. Mc ROBERTS. , ii.i.1 j 'JJ Hit. A. i&y .aj ! A J Ju j' -r- -i-jp ffiyivm&f v - fift " Mlts. W. T. Stki'HKNSON, of Crab THE INTERIOR JOURNAL! Orchard, sister and mother of J. M. Mcltoborts and J. A. Stophcnson, of this place, respectively, is very 111 of Ky., Stanford, July 27, 1897 pneumonia and plurisy. A dispatch last evening suid she was barely ullve and could last but a short 12. C. Walton, Business Manaoek. time. J - ut right priced at Penny's Drug Store. I'ltKSciui'TioNBuro filled right and HOME NEWS, DANKS tits Npcctacles scientifically. & Waiiiu:n Miss Annm: Stiiauh la at Tnthum dies. SpringH. Ok. J. Peyton Ih out alter quite a spell with Ihix. Mil. J AM Its H. OWENS wns in Louis-vlll- u last week. .Mlts. Ku NY.VIU8 Ih visiting relative In Marion county. Miss Sadie Hawkins, of Corbln, Ih visiting the Mist-o- Kills. Miss Kmylee Moss, or Glasgow, in the guest of MUs Capplc Powell. Cauiioll 1'OUTMAN, of Mt. Vcrnun, spent Sunday with his parents here. MllS. IIOXY UL'CHANAN, of Williamsburg, is visiting Mrs. John P. Davis. n u, PERSONALS. Shanks, line, new Can- HlR- - Flaked gins A: rice, something new. McKInnoy. Wakhkn Ai Shanks, Fruit Cans, Jars and Gums. LaVNS prices at and organdies W. II. Shanks'. at reduced Ids cold Ice cream soda water, pure fruit syrups at John II. Metr's. cereal subitltuto for colTco makes you fat. Hlgglns fc McKInnoy. POSTUM cate. MltS. V. Miss Vihginia Taylok, of Huston-vlllwas a guest of Mrs. G. II. Cooper. of school LAlionsT Miss Many HltlGIlT, of Stanford, Is lets, best and cheapest. W. B. vUltlng Miss Kebecca Pohj. Advo- Roberts. See tho Simplicity Evajwrator. You use it in your cook stove. Hlgglns fc McKInnoy. tab- Mc- - P. GlUMES and children are spending a few weeks with Mrs. S. at Shanks'. and qualities. fancy shirts All sires, patterns, stylos Given. Mil. J. J. McKoiikkts and family IloiiN, a few days since, to the wife will move Into a portion of Mrs. Mattiu of Mr. Richard Martin, near Willow Wither' house. Grove, a girl. MlSSKS of Lexington, are visiting their sister, EmK AND IlATTlU UUKKB, Mrs. I. W. Fish. Miss Huhy Kick, of Hurgln, who has been visiting Mrs. Mattiu Nuvius, ruturnud home Friday. W. II. Wkahkx Is back from the Nashville KxjtoHltion to spend hoveral days with his homefolks. Mlts. It. Williams and little Nettle White wont up to Livingston Sunday to visit Mrs. Joseph Coffey. Wmiro In the cash business to stay. Try It and you will like it as wall as we do. Farrls & Hardin. MONHY.Gcorgo L. Penny, trusteo of the jury fund, has received tho jury money for the Juno term and is disbursing it. Youit watch you left with me to bo repaired Is ready for you and can be had by calling on J. V. Rout at the Thomas Richards. jHist-olllc- Miss Hirrrii: Paxtos returned Saturday after a lengthy visit to Nashville, Lexington and other K)Ints. e. m Vandoveor, a WalMhk. Mantua McALiSTititand Mrs. nut Flat Negro, who was indicted for Owsley Evans, of Danville, are visiting carryfHg concealed weaons .it the last term of court, was arrested und placed Mr. and Mrs. J. II. McAlistor. Maky I'enninoton and In jail Saturday In default of WO ball. Missus C. C. W.-Jo- hn ' VIHOIJCIA IlOl'ltNK are visiting Mies Elliott, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Catherine Hall at Huslonvllle. P. Jones, fell from the banisters on M US. J. F. JOHNSON, who has been which he wiw sliding Thursday night visiting her father, Mr. J. II. Ilout, and broke his left arm lelwcon the loft yesterday for New Orleans. elbow and the wrist. Both bones- - were Miss Marietta Ahhahamh, after a broken, but the little fellow is doing visit to friends In Garrard, returned to splendidly. her homo near Crab Orchard Saturday. BAN(JSLAND!iAMB)caks of "Maples," Miss Edwin Adams, of Danville, stopped over with Mrs. J. II. Yeager the residence of the Misses Elkln, as yesterday on her return from Crab Or- "on Stanford street." As Maples is fully chard. two miles from Lancaster, the Record Mil. J. A. Mcdd and family are back man must be getting ready for the cenfrom Grayson Springs and Uonnlovllle, sus of 1100 by annexing, like Chicago, whero they have Wen for the past sev- all the outlying rural districts. en weeks. Mil. JOILN Hay, with his violin, is the latest addition to the choir at the Iiapllst church, and he is an excellent IKirforuier. MRS. O. II. Fishhack and MUs All-n- a Flshback, of Glasgow Junction, are guests of Mr. A. C. Flshback ut the Myers House. Mus. C. A. Moom: and her pretty sister, Miss Pearl Pollock, who has made many friends here, left for Cambridge, O., yesterday. Miss SUDIE Hll.EY, who has been tlu. guest of Mrs. Thomud Dalton, returned tc her home at London Sunday, leaving more than one sad heart. Fox DUDDUllAit, who is visiting his parents here, tells us that he has been transferred from Corbln and Jellico to the Louisville and Nashville run. IlEV. J. M. UltUCK.of Elbubuthtown, who has been visiting In IJoylc, has also been the guest of his mother-in-laMrH. N. A. Tyrec, and preached ut the Kuptlst church hero Sunday. C. II. llAYDKN, iHMUil clerk, has been ollored a run between Loulsvlllo and Memphis, with a considerable Increase of salary, but his love for the old K. C. mado him decline It. Mil. AND MUS. A. C. SINK und Little Miss Mlnplo will leave this morning for Clarksburg, Pa., to visit Mrs. Sine's mother, Mrs. Mattlo Hosborough, who Is getting very old and Inllrm. Mil. Macic Huffman will leave In a few days for Hutto City, Montana, to visit his brother, It. E. HuiTman, whom ho has not seen for IK) years, and while lie Is up that way may go to the Alaska gold Holds. Gov. BltADLEY has undertaken a collection of pictures of all the governors of Kentucky, to be placed In tho executive mansion. He might draw on Ltneom county lor tno nrat novemor. A lino Krtrait of Gov. e. Isauc Shelby hangs in the court-hous- 9 m A COWAHDLY scamp went to the homo of Siun'l Wharton, who is Sll and has a wife who is nearly us old and stone blind, and beat all around on the house to awaken and annoy them. A bullet hole through his skull would be good medicine for such a senmp. . THIS Is absolutely too bad. A dispatch from Richmond says that the sad news has been given out by Collector Yerkes that he will will retain tho present force In tho collector's olllco here until he knows more about the civil corvlee. Ho will wait, at least, until Mr. McKinley sots aside Mr. Cleveland's civil service order, or until the Lee Dudley case in Loulsvlllo Is settled. A WAltltANT was Issued for Jim Moore, Jr., and Laurel Brown for beating two Germans, Andrew Ashbacker and Louis Plhormer, over their heads with beer bottles and otherwise Injuring them, but when Constable M. S. Peyton went to arrest them he found them non est. Both men aro badly Injured and It Is thought that one of them will die. m . seems to be a man with a mission, atleost he always sloops with one oyo open on his Black Diamond road, which Is to run from Chicago through Kentucky and Tennessee to THAT delightful little elocutionist, tho Atlantic Southern seaboard. Tho Miss Lou Clark, was hero Saturday dlsputehes say ho Is at Frankfort prewith a view of getting a class In her fa- paring charter for tno Kentucky part vorite art and we hopo that she suc- of tho system and that he avers that ceeded. Misd Delia Coulter came up the road Is a certainty. with her und this olllco highly appreCAiti'KNTKR. Morris, son of the late ciates the call they made It. Owsley returned to his John D. Carpenter, died at Manches"GuSAiauK post of duty In the Richmond revenue ter Saturday of appendicitis, for which on by Dr. .f . G. Carolllco Monday." This Is the original ho wus operated penter. Ho and his brother were visthe Lancaster and unique way that has of referring to W. O. Owsley, iting relatives there when ho was to whom the nlcknamo of "Goose Eggu stricken. Ills mother, who Is now Mrs. William Reddens, of Kansas City, was stlckoth closer than u brother. wife, of telegraphed for and sho and her husMil. D. it. Hamilton and Louisville, came up Saturday to spend band arrived In timo to see him alive. several days with his father, Mr. Isaac The remains were brought here SunHamilton, at Rowland. Mr. II. has day and taken to Hustonvlllo for inter" been with the liallard Obelisk Flour ment that afternoon. Morris wus about most promisCo. for yeura and now has un interest 15 years of age and was which somotlraes ing boy. His mother was Miss Kntc In tho immense mills, turn out as much as 2,000 barrels per White, of Manchester, and during heJ day. Tho company docs a big export- first marriage lived in this county, ing business, sending Hour to almost whero she mado many friends, who sorrow over her bereavement. every country In tho world. COL. A. BOONE 11 Re-cor- E. d 11 Tahlets and school books, better Jcst received a car load of Prime and cheaper than ever. Penny's Drug Cypress shingles. If you want a roof Store. that will last an age, try the Cypress. Leak is tho name of a now postofllce A. C. Sine. In Garrard and E. W. Ndrrls will have Bio Snake. Sam flamm killed a charge of it. snako near Klngsville last week which TWO burlnls In an hour of each oth- measured U Inches around and- - hud 10 er yesterday Impresses the fact that rattles and a button. His wife stepped y on It and tho the city of the dead on the hill Is reptile bit her shoe, but fortunately Its fangs did not get to the Mllngip. fiesh. Tin: K. C. will sell tickets at one Tin: trustees of Lynnwood public faro to Richmond und back this week, on account of tho fair, which beglnB school, Messrs. Free Silver Johnson, W. A. Hall and W. M. Mntheny, have und lasts till Frlduy evening. selected Miss Marie Warren to teach A team of mules belonging to" S. II. that school and sho will begin next Baughman took it tilt down Mill street Monday. Tho trustees are to be conand up Somerset, but were etopied be- gratulated on their good judgment. fore nny damage to amount to unything A fiuend of Boss Davison tells us wus done. that we were misinformed In reference AN excursion train from Louisville to his endo'-slnthree other applicants brought about 200 colored people here for the Rowland postollice and then reSunday, many of whom used to live in commending a fourth. Wo are here to Stanford, but who have found good give oven the devil his dus nnd would homes in the city. not misrepresent any body if we knew Q. & C. excursion to Cincinnati next it. m mm Sunday, Aug. 1, at usual low rates. So,cked It to Him. A young lellow Summer resorts open. Coney Islnnd, from Lexington got drunk and went to the Lagoon, the Zoo, etc. Champion Crab Orchard Springs Filday night ship game of huso ball, tho Rods vs. and shot off his pistol four times. Mar-shDlllion arrested him and at his ine isicveiunus. ask agents or see trlul he was fined $0 for being drunk, small bills far particulars. 32." for disorderly conduct and $2o and SllOWElis continue to come at inter- 10 days In jail for carrying concealed vals anil the growing crops are bound- weapons. Ho ponied up the Sflo but ing into perfection. The prospect for husn't been brought to jail that we corn Is very line. It was very warm have heard of. yesterday, tho humidity making It Vandals. A couple of boys, judgmore disagreeable. Showers for last is the present pre- ing by their tracks in the meal, went night and fair to Carter vt Straub's mill Sunday and diction. cut the belts and sacks to the full damI? a UN Bl'llNKD. A large barn be- age of W0. Perry McLain was suslonging to R. II. Bronaugh, of Crab pected and while his feet fit the tracks Orchard, was struck by lightning and and his hand was cut, as the rascal's evburned Saturday afternoon, together idently was, judging by the blood on with large lot of hny. There were a sacks, he protested his innocence good deal of harness and farming im- the and Marshal Newland did not arrest plements in the building, but most all him. There seems no reason for the of it was saved. act except pure and unadulterated BOSS DAVISON, having succeeded in meanness. passing a tarill bill and adjourning Taken Foil Jags. Editor J. M. AlCongrojs, will now turn bis attention len gives himself away in the Cynthla-u- a to Lincoln county polities'. He will Democrat as follows: We went over name his ticket Monday week and from to Stanford Saturday, und spent severthen till November ho will spend his al very pleasant days with Rev. and time whipping tho deluded rads into Mrs. J. T. Sbarrard, who aro now lino and seechifylng when he Is cer- housekeeping. Monday Mr. Sharrnrd tain no democrat who can answer him, and the Democrat man drove to Crab and any can, Is near. Orchard Springs for the day. At dinWOLFOHD. Albert A. Woolford, a ner the waiter made an awful mistake brother of Gen. Woolford, and whose and seated us at the Keely Cure table. first wife was a sister of Mr. D. W. A drive of 10 miles in the sun and wind Vandoveor, died at his home in Casey had tanned our naturally beautiful comSaturday, aged 70. He was a fine old plexions nnd drawn magnificent coral man nnd in his day a most expert sur- beads on the end of our noses, so that veyor, filling that olllco several times the mistake was probably not altogethin his county. He was the father of er unwarranted. We called the waiter W. C. and Dale Wolford by his first to account, however, and he was prowlfo and of six children by his last who fuse in apologies. "Say boss,"' said he; 'don't think nothln' of that. We someis still living. times seat nice people here." Hales. Miss Mollte Hales, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. It Hales, died HoitltlHLE. John S. Orndorll, son of Sunday at 0 l M. of consumption, aged Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Orndorff, was struck 30 years. Ten months ago she had a In the face by the spout of a water tank spell of typhoid fever, which left her as ho was passing Lily Sunday night system In such condition thnt she be. about 8 o'clock and so severely injured came an easy victim to the disease, that he died at 2:15 next morning. He which soon sapped her vitals and ended was on duty as fireman on his engine nt her life. Sho was a member of the the time and the company sent him Methodist church and wus fully pre- home on a special at once. Ho never pared for tho change, which she spoke regained consciousness and died shortly of calmly and of which she had no fear. after his arrival. Tho blow seems to The funeral was preached yesterday af- liave reduced his brains to a jelly. Deternoon ut tho Methodist church by ceased was a most excellent young man. Rev. W. S. Grlnsteud and the remains He wns ilevotcd to his parents and taken to BulTalo Cemetery for Inter- brothers und bisters and much of his ment by sorrowing friends, who deeply wages went to give them comfoi t and pleasure. A member of tho Presbytesympathize with tho bereaved. rian church, ho was always in his seat Hello, Exchange Messrs. B. T. In church when he could be at home Conway nnd C. S. Johnston, of the and he living fully up to the lights beSouthern Tolophono and Supply Co , fore him, has doubtless received his with headquarters at Lebanon, tell us reward. After a sermon nt the Presthey have made all arrangements to byterian church yesterday afternoon by open a tolophono exchange here ubout Rev. S. M. Logan, tho remains were Sept. 1. They havo contracted for the interred in Buffalo Cemetery and many poles, which will bo hero for erection were the expressions of sorrow for the by next Monday. Tho exchange will sudden cutting down of such a promisbo in the back upstairs rooms of the ing young man and for the sorely First National Bunk building, which family, who had lost so dutiful a will be suitably fixed up. Besides a son and loving brother. connection with every houso in town, Dismissed. Some time ago Houston which will rent an Instrument, wo will Ball, of Middlesboro, sued the editor connected at onco with Lancaster d Rubble und later with IXinvillo and of the iNTEition Journal for libel und tho bluo grass towns. We are already fixed his damages at W.OOO. Tho case connected with Liberty, McKlnney, was docketed In the Bell county circuit Mt. Salem and Hustonvillo and when court and set for trial last Tuesday. tho now lino is up Stanford will be dead Judges J. W. Alcorn and Georgo W. Saulsberry, tho paper's attorneys, filed In it as u telephone town. a demurrer, stating that the petition Wanted to Die (?) Saturday night did not give a sufficient cause of action. J. M. Brady, Bon of Jerome Brady, Judge Hall sustained the demurrer nnd went to tho homo of Mrs. Hlckson at gave tho defendant till Friday to Rowland and told her that he had tak- amend. His attorneys did so: tho deen laudanum and wanted a place to fendant again demurred nnd was again die. Sho let him in and aroused the sustained by tho court, which dismissneighbors, who wont at once for Dr. ed tho ease, tho plaintiff praying nn apCook. It seems that Brady has been peal to tho court of appeals. Until paying court to Miss Ellle, the pretty served with process, wo had never daughter of Mrs. Hlckson, und that heard of Ball, item wo printed having sho hnd informed him when he asked been culled from a Cincinnati paper, her to bo his wlfo that sho could never, and making no impression on us. It never be, from tho fact that she had published a dispatch from Middlesboro promised to wed another. Ho told her saying thut Ball hud been given 5200 that llfo without hor would be a very to deposit in bank by hla brother, Charblank blank and that ho could not live lie Ball, and that instcud of doing so under such circumstances, prefering ho had taken tho train for a distant death at his own hands to it. Ho then State. We had no feeling whatever in went otT nnd procured some laudanum, tho matter and if it was untrue, we but either his courago failed him or ho would have gladly set Mr. Ball right If was working a bluff, for ho dfd not he had writton us. Llbol 6uits are very tako enough to hurt him very much. poor methods for tho establishment of Ho was up und about yesterday and character. Wo never intentionally do will no doubt experienco after awhile any one a wrong and when, if by thutthero aro as good fish in tho scuas ehauoo wo do, wo stand ready and willwero ever caught and that it is foolish ing to muko duo reparation, which is as for a man to think that any girl is the much as unybody should want, who only pebble on tho beach. does not seek money. m 3 Haas' hi Remedy .NOT i V only tnp-Idl- Prevents Your Hosts from Dying, J2f"But make:) thum fitttun. A to-d- ay sure cure i PEVAfy'S DRUG STORE. M re kT w K: 'a: E2 i. r Scfioof Book. Everything In stock to supply m Ei Vj. KB m m i?. 71 Br your mints. ffi fc -- -- i k: ft. al I m SCHOOL TABLETS m E &. And Stationery ut the Lowest Cash I'riet.. W. B. MoEOBEBTS. DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. K m 5i Uli MmMmmmiMk -- SEE OUR- - hl il to-da- y Gultivators, Wagons, I3uggies CHRRIHGES, HARNESS, &C. Best and Largest Line of Implements in town. See wj before buying. . 11 FRiCES LOWER THAN EVER Known Bofore. Satisfaction Guaranteed. :l B. K. WEAR EN & SON, aid I i I I 1 Attention, Gentlemen Only One of Each Kind. ! 'fl J m 1 3j 1 SUMMER Jj5 rjjn Sample Shirts at Wholesale Prices. Wo can save you 15c to 30e on each otio you buy. Jj We nro showing u splendid Una of Mens' P.uiH nt attrnctUo prlcei. stire to see them before buying. m SEVERANCE 6t SON. m ! mmmmmM&mtwmm HigtiLDDUst Herfl Reg. ss Poland cd pedigrees. Prices rcusonuulo und satisfaction guaranteed. Write your wants or coimt ttsA see my hog. A few fresh Jersey Cows for s.ile. They ,are good ones. Also Mammoth Pekln Dtxtt A. E. HUNDLEY, ltox 1U5, Danville, Ky. Eggs, 81 for 13. Son of Klever's Model, No. 20,710, tho greatest breeding hog living, und HUNDUaTO CLAUDE, No. 12.CD1, son of tho World's Columbian Champion, Claude, No. 11,007. Vlue toppy young boar readv for service. A few show gilts old enough to breed, and l)re(lKWi In every respect, with a specialty, for sale. This stock Is strictly first-clato Headed by U. S. lyfOOEL, rjO. 38,353. Cftte Superior Disc Drill. McKinney, Ky., Apr. 22, '1)7. Mks&iw. Higoins & McKinney Dear Sirs I purchased one of your Superior Disc Drills in the Full of 189U and sowed 100 acres of wheat with it. I found it to be one of the best machines I ever used. It is far superior to all other drills. I would not undertake to tow u crop without one, for there is uo choking up nnd getting out of order with them. They do their work perfectly nnd with light draft. Tho grass teeder is also u great improvement over other drills, for tho grass seeder attachment can bo used without using the wheat attachment. I recently sold a half interest to my neighbor, J. A. Givens, und he has been sowing oats and grass seed with it and is so well pleased with it that he carries it to Yours truly, sheltercvery night. J. L. Beck. m m -- V fll 4i H. C. RUPLEY, THE MERCHANT TAILOR -- Is) Receiving his- - GOODS. SPRING AND SUMMER Give Call; Guaranteed. a Perfect Goods Warranted and Fit him a 0 V. I P V .U 1l t Mlfrt- - "ffdgiJk mmmmmmmwm rHHMfilnir.Hilpg "Wrwyt wmmif.imn0iSf, ( L l r. ftf. FARM AND TRADE, A smart woman of Boston had her PIANOS AND ORGANS. sanity examined into and vouched for The Decker Pros'. I'laiuw, Quceu Victoria never wears tho Barno tho other day beforo slio mado her will. Your llitlues Ilros". l'lauos, dross aioro than ilvo or Fix times. A South Carolina man plugged somo Ellington l'lanos, riaitos, Tho total strength of a German cav- watermelons with poison and next I. II. llaldwlu l'lino-t- , Ac, Flcher alry regiment Is 25 oflkerH, G07 men morning two dead Negroes were found Estey Orano, Hamilton Organ mid other and 702 horses, G2 of which nro olllcers' near by. MiiUcw. Is Past. To Enjoy tho Summer go to chargers. See my Goods anil Get Mv Price Itofon) tou When Fred Farran returned to his V. T. WHITE, Crab Orchard. 10 liuy. Potnssiuuiorthodinitrocrescolato is tho home In Webster county after an ablatest acquisition to tho German sence of tlve years and found that his A. U IaNiuu. John. Ciitlkmax. It is the unmo applied to an wife had married again, he shot her lately discovered. dead aud then tried to kill liimself. In tho Dominion of Canada there nro about 40,000 militia. Tho porniauent Dr. King a Xew Disvmty for Contumptlon military forces consist of about 1,000 This Is theUit medicine iu the world for all form of cough and colds and for consumption artillery, infantry and cavalry. INSURANCE COMPANY Ku'rr Pottle Is guaranteed, lt will euro and tint Address for Term, Ac., Tho bulk of tho JluFsinn cavalry is illvip)lm. Iihnsuo espial for whooping cough, lirunchltis, composed of dragoons, who nro trained asthma, hay let er, pneumonia, consumption, rold In OF LIVERPOOL. . liiuittuii, la Kit MIV ami lor ill GUS. H0FMA1T1T, Proprietor, tO light OU fOOt US well lt8 in the HuddlO wfi'fornll tw. pleasant to take and uNivrnll.a surecurv, n is always wen 10 iako wr. Kings and are drilled to attack iu mass. New IJfe Tills In cumin tUm with Ir. Klmr's New 32 Crab Orchard, Kv. A North eea cod fisher carries a set of Discovery, as they regulate and tone the stomach BURBEE Sl CaSTLBLim and loels. We guarantee perfect Mllfacllon or lines 7,200 fathoms iu length, and hav- return money Five trial Imtttlcs at W, II. Mc MANAGERS, ing tho amazing number of 4,080 hooks, Rolierts'drug store Regular site 5V and SI. u THE INTERIORJOURNAL JPMTslloiioAI-u.ooiasroa.n.a-- FACTS IN A FEW LINES. I Winter AT 400 barrels of corn for bale. Dr. Hugh Kcld'. tTxidtwc Noel & Son arc paying Go, cents for jjootiVheut. T. J. Hill sold to Powell & Harper a , Of Discontent mr- - When not so paid 032. CO will 1j charged. bunch of 120-poun- d hogs at :ic. In f nsrtl 1111. TIMHGI1D. Fourteen acres of V. T. Beck's wheat crop averaged 29 bushels. James Martin sold to Mlddleton, of Boyle, a saddle jrcldlng for 8100. James Glvens sold to Jo C. Johnson, of Boyle, a bunch of heifers ut 2!c. F. P. Bishop sold a car load of butch er cattle In Cincinnati Friday at 2J to ,'lc. Inn-gung- e. ic CRAB ORCHARD SPfffVCS. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. if f returning at Trains leave Stanford at 7:10 a. m. ami 5 4 . m. ami 'J.lW p. m. KNOXVILLE DIVISION. 4 p. m J. W. Bales bought 12 37 In Marlon 41 ox-po- rt August Belmont has ordered a So.000 6tt.tu.te of his favorite horse, Henry of Tor all l'olnts. Navarre. rUHO'JGH TICKETS SOLD. Thompson & Jones, of Boyle, bought BAGGAGE CHECKED TIIKOUGH. in Casov and Lincoln a bunch of fat any Information enquire of For heifers at li to 31c. JOE S. KICK, Agent, Stanford, Ky. Store your wheat with us and get the benefit of tho advance, If any. J. QUEEN & CRESCENT. II. Baughman & Co. Trains pass Junction City as follows: Oregon's wheat crop is estimated at 4 02 p n No. 2 North 11 57 a m No. llSoutu " 18,000,000 bushels, the largest In Its his4 1121pm No. 3 " ?iJam 130pm 1123am "6 " Ko.5 " 600am tory and the best in quality. 8 20pm "10 " Xo.9 " 9 and 10 The Stanford Rollor Mills were pay-In- g os. 5 and 6 do not run Sundays, no further South than Jmictlon City, netlher 03c for wheat yesterday. It Is quoto.tuey run Sunda)s. ed at 72 cents In Cincinnati. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI RY. E. P. Woods bought In Cincinnati a VIA GEORGETOWN. d cattle at 4.05 car load of M r. X. M. r.M. and shipped them home to feed. 2,00 Lvc. Somerset, Arl2 55 335 IS0 pin . No. 21 Train going North " " No SG " " South No. 25 " " " No. 23 " 313au p m 4.05. cattle, 1,370 pounds average, at 12. pm every ono of which must bo baited. Tho counties which it is customary to consider tho "west of England" are Hampshire, Wiltshire, Dorsetshire, Somerset, Gloucester, Devonshire and Coni-walL Note-N- 1,240-poun- 505 720 C 4 50 1155 315 " " Jet. City. Arr Georgetown, Lt " ' Kranklorl, o 1131 9 35 C30 8 20 S 00 030 5 30 For Sale Cheap. 300 No. 1 stock Ewes. Further information, write to 10 8 40 Arr Paris Dally except Sunday CD.BERCAW.G. IA. Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and delicious. Win. M. Cooper, Box 209, Somerset. George R. Burks, of Loretto will make from 100 to 125 barrels of wine out of his own blackberry crop this sea son. J S. Barbec, of Fayette, sold five thoroughbred yearling colts at auction in Chicago for $3,025. One brought 1,-1- . third. Danville may or.may not have a Fair this year, but it is being advertised all the same in every paper that prints a Fairs. list of the blue-graGeorge Cogar bought 2,000 bushels of wheat this morning from E. P. Faul- POWDER is about coner at 67 cents. Sixty-eigAbsolutely Pure Advothe top quotation for cate. John M. Hill sold to Powell & Harper a lot of butcher stuff at 3c. W. W. BAKIha PODtH CO., M YOSK. McKlttrick sold to the same llrm a lot of same at same price. The Mt. Sterling Gazette says that there were 1,100 cattle on the court day Undertaker, 4 4.10. Kentucky market with best sales at weretothe atHustonville. Yearlings 3J to 4c. Sheep ot West Lincoln traction of the day. Offers his services to tlie Fully 1,200 on the and Casey couutiea Full stock of Cothnsund Cask marketandscveral hundrednot brought alimrsnn liaml. 95 J), si. Carpenter. Manager. to town for want of lots to put them in. Some sold as high as 3c and as low as 1 Meadowthorpe, the favorite, won the Moerleln stakes at Oakley Saturday. Lakl was second and Lakevlew Palace akih ss ht to-da- ROVAC J. T. SUTTON", ie CANDY KITCHEN. I Ciin now 1.10 a head. Candy of many varieties and superior excellency every day. I nm making It myself .ind guarantee satisfaction. Give mo :i call. J. A . STEPH ENSON, Stanford. supply Iho people with Frcnh Mason Hotel .MRS iU. D SIMPSON, Pror . rj.aucaster, ; Kentucky. a. Newly furnished; clean beds; splendid Porters Kverytuiusr, tirst-clasiblc. 89 trains, m.;ct DB, W D HlBM PENNY, k A Mason county man brought home a handful of fine wheat from a Minne sota exhibit at tho world's fair. This he sowed that fall and obtained nine pounds of seed. This yielded two bushels, which the next year produced 80 bushels and this year he has 1,S00 bushof that one llttlo els as the handful of seed. Thomas Mctcalf, Wllmore, sold 75 hogs averaging 200 pounds at 3.15. L. H. Willis sold to Robert Clcmmons on the 13th Inst. 7ft lambs that averaged 95 pounds, which brought $4.70 per head. This Is said to be tho best bunch of lambs in the county. Several sales of export cattle have been mado at 4.02. otr-sprl- 1'oultry Yard. Boyle Co. Blue-Gr- a the farmers. If you make money In this day and lime mi mu.t k,ep up with the times Dick Tate's heirs hao sued the In- and keep lhoruiii;liirts. They matuie earlier with a profit of more than .V) The arrangement surance companies for 312,000 on tho ol our janls ! such that permit. he no mix III High-Grad- e there can Fertilizers and Goal. dreed. Wo guarantee all egg fertile when shlplsf life of tho treasurer. II, II ln Fit Uanios. Imp. setllugol 13 fxn ? Office; on Goods Warranted n Represented. Misses Josie and Maty Phillips and Surlwr Orlelirate.1 I'lMisme " " " ! " J.S0 Mala Street, oposlto Elmore's Store, Isaac Masters, of Salem, O., wero WliltcCrcsltsl Black FolUli " " " t.'.W " llnl Cap, Imtstrleil Stanford, Kentucky. drowned by the capsizing of tho little Hlac k Minorra, ' " fit") Slher IjcsI W yandolle, skiff they wero rowing in. ' 1'1 nioiilli ltock, J L TOTTEN. S.t Lehman. " I.M llarnsl All liretsis scuio aimvu w puinis. REASON? VHV CHAMBERLAIN'S COLIC. CRAIG BROS , l'ros., Junction City. Ky, THOROl'GHBRED CHOLERA AND DIARRH.EO REM! A WORD TO EDY IS THE BEST. 1 The lnot proBecause It affords almost Instant relific of nil breeds, lief In case of jxiln In the stomach, colic and attain the greatcholera morbus. Are jou Insured If not. whv not Thou-smiest weight, fatten 2. Because lt Is the only remedy that lie-of dwellings and barns good us yours easily ut nny age falls In the most s,. ere ciims of ,1 searviiy for lery and dl.trrliii it Krh.urszimrxhtm?z ;; Hour brwl. Pigs service titiU mid mi nlrtadv J. Because lt Is the only remedy Unit will of either sex, iiotnklu Questions and curt; chronic dlarrluen. promptly answered. 4. Becaue It Is the only remedy that will like-wisprvvent bllloun colic. J. M. k H. J. KeBOBEBTS, Stanford. 5. Because it Is the only remedy that will Every year. Involving the loss of millions of cure epidemical dysenterv. dollars. Why should )ou expect to icnM I have oHined a shop nt the fork C. Be ausv It is the ouiv remedy tliatcnn from jeiir to junr ot the llustouvHlu and Mllltdgevllle pikes, near always be depended uponlu cates of choleMr. F Rold' and nrn prcparvd to do all ra Infantum. Your Property May Bum 7 kind of Because It Is the un.t prompt and most reliable medicine lu Use for Uiwel Within u war. within a month, within 21 com plaints. hour. Why should ,jou expo the accu- Blacksmithing and Woodwork, s. Because It produces no bad results. mulation of) ears of honest toll to loss by li. Because It Is pleasant and safe to take. a dingle lire, which can dctroy It In an At the lowest prices and lu the t manner 10 Because It 1ms saved the Ih esof more hour r Soliciting a share of our patronage I guurunlee nil my work. I will taku all kind of country prcwluce, except for horse !Kxile than auv other niedlcluo in the Respect full)', ahoetug which U 60 cents, cash. Please give world. A me n kharo of jour patronage. The 23 and 50c size, for sale by Craig JESSE D. WEARE1T, 1 llockcr. Druggist. Stanford. Kj. OH MAYES Agent, - - - - Stanford, Ky General The strikes seem to be nearing a "L-is- t summer one of our grand-childre- n wltli a evi r Co. crisis. Two thousand miners in the was sickG. Grcgorj. of Ixiwcl trouble." srtfo. E. Fredor'c'sstowu. & Pittsburg district have orguul.ed to Mr. doctor remedy had failed, then we "Our OF STANFORD, KY march to tho De Armltt mines to In- tried Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Dlnr-rlni'- ii very eedv rePali up Capital, 5200,000 00 duce the miners there to stop work. lief." Itftneih which gave A Hocker. DrugFor sale by Craig Surplus, 17,603 SO Corn unit liny, Learning of the miners' intentions, De gist, Stanford, Ky. 1 Tho largest telegraph offleo in tho world is at tho general postofflee, St Martin Loudon. There ar over 8,000 operators, 1,000 of whom nro women. Henry I, snrnamed tho Lcarnod, wna tho monarch who introduced tho custom of delivering speechen from tho throne, which has been, transmitted down to tho present dny. of It is estimated thnt the population of England suffer from gout. A Berlin phyhiciau, Dr. Fehlaucr, says that this, malady is often duo to the excessive use of meat. Englishwomen are considered to possess inoro beauty than French, but with tho latter nu exquisite tate iu all thut concerns tho toilet more than places them on n footing with English belles. Sir John Sinclair lately attempted to uaturalizo Surrey nigbtiugules at John o Grout's. Yonng wero produced, but as eoou as they could fly awny they went with tho oldsters, southward, it is believed. For sevcu yeurs tho St. Lawreuco river gradually decren.ses in depth, then for seven years it graduully increases iu depth, tho difference iu level being about flvo feet. Why it does so no ono has yet discovered. Tho lord chancellor's seat is called tho "woolsack," and tho judges o sit upon woolsacks covered with cloth, iu allusion, it is supposed, to wool having been iu aucieut dayn tho staple commodity of England. There uro some 00,000 costcnuougera who carry on business in'tho street's of Loudon. Their cupitul is supposed to bo $250,000, while they aro Baid to do a trade duriug tho year of 815,000,000. The profits ot thiH turnover nro about $5,000,000. one-twel- fth er I sj stem tonic II ha no Mrs. Annie fetehle, 20.13 Cottage irov Avenue Chicago, was all run clowj. could not cut nor digest food, hid a luck ache which never left her and lelt 1 nil and weary, I'lirefullv, S"tock of Millinery, ciiibrucfiig Ever thing I'limUy Carried. Editor Morrlvm, ot the Worthlngton, Ind , bun, Storv-rcKtwell located mid renU reasonawrites. "You hue a taluahle priori pi Ion in ble. Term easy. MISS M, S. LOGAN, Electric Hitter, and I ran ihcvrfully ivcumiucud 4t eot Ilustonvllle. Kv. It for constipation and sick headache and as a gettA Valuable 1'mcriptiun. A -d m o-- FOR sale:. Commerce .Building, Louisville. V Agents Throughout the South. oiil." W. A. TRIBBLX, !ocal Agent, F.REI D.Stanford, lias for Sale Ky., hut six N)tlle, or Electric Hitters rrstorc-her health and renewed her strength Trio .Vv and SI. l.ct a at W. 11 Mc Roberts' drug store. Stanford, - - Kentucky. GOLDDUST HORSES, Jer:7 i .Scifir. For lK)tli Saddle mid linriu-.- '. Purposes. AlThe iest salve In the world for cuts,, hriil.es so sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, teller, chap ped hands, chilblain., orn and all skin eruption.. Short-Hor- n &nd Cattle, Foltni China It iosltlvely cures piles or no pay required. Ills Kuara.itccd to give erfect sallsUctnm cr money re Hogs, Seuthdovn Sheep. funded. l"rlci 25 rents jer hoi. lor sale hyW U. McUobcrU, Druggist. Choice Individuals of strains. Call or Jlucklin't .lnn'crt J. B, HIGGINS, DEALER IN TO CUKE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Latailve Itroino quinine TaMcta. All Uiuglt refund the ,money If It fall, to Cur. For Crtlg .1 locker, aud O. aleliyW II. McRol-ertsU IVunv, Druggists, Stanford, Ky. write b't jour wants. Oriag Bros. Purf Bred Poultry. A wonl to Farm Wagons, Pleasure Vehicles, Agricultural Implements, - ex-Sta- te DUROC HOGS PROPERTY OWNERS. er ds Are Destroyed by Fire or Lightning totJLiuj,JBm tn-n- a2-o- NOEL SON, Farmers Bank&Tnist DEHLERS IN C0HL, Armltt employed SO deputy sheriffs to go to tho mines. Trouble is feared. President Ratchford and Eugene V. Debs are working hard In Central West Virginia to induce tho4mlncrs In that locality to stop. Mr. Erne&t Underwood, hoti of Gov. John C. Underwood, died in Chicago of typhoid fever. Ho wus in business there. The remains will be taken to Bowling Green for burial. Deceased was aoout 2(5 years of age. He ex-Lie- was recently married. Oculist, fife : Stanford, t tty. Olhce on Lancaster street at Residence A. S. PRICE, Surgeou Demist, Z&& Stanford. Ivy. OtUcoorer ilclfcjberu lluIUlu'. Drus Store lu the Owsley MSMOMlOIMOMM U THE POPULAR MM MM OMOMMOMO IOIMOMMOIMOIMIM MMOMO liyjijiujijij Wo MM OM0iTn CXTIIM MOINKSIIM Lv cSSJM iVA m rn iV (Ml MOMMOINIOINI N wm v kX) o MM MM JSllOINlO MI5. i vi fmo U-- ct r r M MOINIMOINI N OGO(lOM0Nl o.r.A., FRANK " MOMOMMOINIO J. KEED, cnicujio. V. If- - IIAROH. Jessamine Journal. Tho Harrodsburg Democrat tells of a number of line yields of wheat. Milt Proctor made 41 bushels an acre on 30 acres, Ike Hendren's crop averaged 41, Preston Burgln's 42, while several others got 30 and over. The Elizabeth-tow- n News says the crop is immense in Hardin, with many fields averaging 40 to 44 bushels to tlo acre. Tho greatest yoko of cattle ever seen in this country is owned by J. D. Avery, of Buckland, Mass. They are named Joe and Jerry. Their ago Is eight years and they measure 10 feet in girth. They stand 17 hands high and their measurement from tip to tip is 15 Low rates Queen ic Crescent Route. feet 11 inches. Thcnj is not a differ10 pounds in weight between Low rate tickets from Q. & C. points ence of them and tho two together tip tho for the following meetings: Grand Castlo Knights of the Golden scales at 7,300 pounds. They hold the world's record for one pull, having Eagle, Morchcad, Ky., August, Commercial Law League of America; drawn 11,001 pounds of stone loaded on 11597. TickO., July a dray, on a level, just eight feet in one draw. ets to bo sold to either Sandusky or ToF. J. Berry & Co., union stock yards, ledo, O. Chicago, report that receipts of horses Knights of Pythias, (colored), Colhave been light, oven for this timo of umbus, O., August 3. the year, with a liberal numbor of buy"Yon ought to be ashamed of yourers there, both foreign and domestic draft- self," said the judge to the gentleman They quote expressers and heavy who had been caught picking pockets d ers, $70 (a) $180; 1,150 to d at a funeral. chunks, W0 ($ 90; 850 to "Have you no sense of decency." chunks, 820 (W? 15; coachcrs and fast "Yes, judge, but you know people in road horses, $75 (g) $275; ordinary dri05. These prices are for a place like that aro easily so touched." vers $30 Indianapolis Journal. good, sound horses, llvo to eight years old, well broken and in good llesh. The Jersey City judgo who rendered Plain, blemished and green stock sells that tho man who ehustlses his wifo 8. Put-in-Bay, 27-3- 0, Tho Casino summer theatre In Ra raona Park, Paducah, was destroyed by fire Friday night. Six hundred people were In thu building when tic tire broke out, and In the stampede tl at followed, about 100 people wero injured. Charles Ketehum, who was Implicated in tho $35,000 robbery of the Adams Express, died at tho Michigan City, Ind., prison. He was never convicted of the express robbery, but was serving a sentence for stealing a tray of diamond. Tho Negro who assailed a white woman was hanged by a mob near Cherokee, Ala., and another who criminully assaulted a white girl was lynched at GriHIn, Ga. By provisions of Its charter, driosltors are a fully prulectnl as are dralturs lu National Hanks, lis sliareholders lirln held Individually Halite to Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and DUrrh.isi the extent ofthe aiuouutul llirlr stock therein at Wttlns. Remedy for lnwel complaint. It I pleasI lie par value thensif, In addition to the amount Katlsfactlon guarauUssl. J In siiih shares ant, safe and reliable. For cale by Craig A li may act as rxeeutor. ad. lululitiatur, trustee, .(r, as fully as an Individual. Hooker, Stanford, IC. Tendering our thanks to those who hate entrusted their hutlueu to us, irutl they will tvitllnue tudoso, aud w toiler as a ttuarantre for proiiiiitat. Mrs. Emily Robinson, tho tirst woCrab Orchard now ha the II nest totiMirlal tention to same our Si) years experlenea lu hank man suffragist, is dead at Salem, O., artist In thect Jiitry la tho person of SMUui. ll)i;and as lllvral aeeuiumoilatiuus a. ate cvmUttnt lliaKKvimu:, who handle the sclsMir and with sound liattklui;. ageu o i . uiaaiTORS. lu uxert style. Call on hltn when Summer Redding is dead and Walter razor a clean shave or stylish haircut. --you 7 J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; want V 11. Ciiuimtn.. I'reachersvllla: Wilson has a fractured skull as the re J. S Owsley, Sr., J. II. Owsley, sult of a bicycle collision at Mt. Ster William (mkhIi. S. II Shauks, .S J. Kmhry, J F. Cash, ling, O. J. I. Lynn. A. W. Caris-nteJ. N. Mriiefc-- , Lawrence Luther, of Portsmouth, O., iiiiiT Tun CHprrn tdmu nr orrictas, attempted to hang himself, butthuropo AniJ DUfffl 1AU11 1 S, II. Shanks. I'rtldenl: J II. Owsley, Cashier, hurt his neck ro he cut it mid now he is W.M. HrUht, Teller wondering what he wanted to die for. Sole iiroprletor of Dean's Black Diamond lUxif I'alnt. KAlluiate jurnished for painting wo!, All uielal and Inui riiofs. batiifaitloii jcuaranti-tiroofs painted with Dion's Black Diamond I'alnt rears. Dealer lu Cistern l'ciiiim warranted for OF STANl Dili). KY andtlalvaulusl Iron Killers, lia'vaulred and Black or- Iron Rooltiiof all kinds. :i If You may bunt tho world over and 1,011 will not ilnd another medicine espial to Order Office and F.ssl Exrhanie, near tho Railroad Crowing, lSiot Mrrrt, - Stanford; Mreet, lalelyKuntualcy. Cm1 Yanl, Mill J. II. NOTICE i, J.T.Jones, STANFORD. KY., st l r, PUBLIC SALE Blue-Gras- FIRSTNATIONALBANK 2STO Fine s r--n- Land, Splendidly Improved. Thoroughbred Mjifos and Their Produce; Standard-bre- d Trotting Mare aud Their Produce; Southdown Sheep. Farming Implemeutn, Hay, Ac. Ixniist Foils for plank fcnee. ' All isTsons deslrll wst and raltlnjf or wire reitcsjcicn nn.l what they want at uir store ncstr Cedar Cretk,ou the pike I also leading from Crali Orchard lo Stanford keepun hand asiipplyof plank for Uuvlitg. All kludsofluiiiU-- for hitlldliu pnr)M-- ; also Imards deslrliiK any article of and aliliiKle. Alt this kind cau rail ou me at my storu near Cedar M.NtlLUU.V. Xi Creek. U. K r s CE Capital Stock $100,000. Sarplui 515,750. I Attention of the puldlc la rallisl to the f ct that this is the only National Bank lu Stanford. Un er tlie provisions ol ne .National llauk Act rajuiai sioca, iiuioiiir jr ueiiiir stockholders' lialillllr" for an amcunt hut by the sualtu the stock, ki that depositors of this Institution are secured by n fund ol JtO,onO, Five sworn statciiientsof the condition ol the Hank are made each year to the Fulled Slates (loteruiuent and Its assets are examined at slated time by government agents, thus securing addltloual and .rfect aatet iimiw SHELBY & SHELBY, .Proprietors On Thursday, July 29, 189 lu First-Clas- 1,400-poun- 1,150-poun- MM and sends her supporless to bed Is guilA typowrlier hits boon invented that ty of a slight misdemeanor was promptcan bo carried In tho vest pocket, but ly reversed wncn he got home. it will never bo as popular as tho kind Sloan's Liniment cures cramp or colic and that can bo hold on tho lap. all aches and pain. W. B. Mc Robert ha It. s m y. aa discount. Mm M.P.An LonUvllle. fnlfrVl MoiOIMiMyyi! , ' irlOMOMMOM Every Farmer and Stock - IlnNur thoulcl Sloan's Liniment U the great family remkeep Slo.iu'd Liniment on hand for an enter-Kenc- edy. It penetrate so quickly. Sold by W. Ask jour neighbor and he will tell U. McRoberts, Stanford. mm you Iiy. Sold qy W, B. McEoberts. Ulcyclo rlderS take the "kink" out of For sc ro throat or pain In your cheat uo their lamu back with Sloan's Llalmetit. For , Sloan's Liniment. Sold byW. B. Mcltoberts. sale by W. B. McRoberts. t I will on tho premises, oiler at public sa aIVERY,FEED& SALESTABLE ni) Farm of It?- -' Acres, Hltualed lu Bole county, Kv,. 2 mile hoiith of Danville, 2 mile 'from Junction City and 1 mllo from depot at Shelby Cltv and'lH.'liig on the Dan-vlls Turnouts, prompt attention, very aud Hustouvlllu turnpike road. This reasonahle rates A iNjrllon ol your luuniuano is la farm Is one mile from depot of L. A N. rail- reiiect(ully solicited. road and mile from depot on thu C. S. railway, wlth'good turnpike leading to each and within 20 minute drive of thu notoi Danville schools and College. Tho laud Ih of Uiiq quality, well fenced aud watoredaud lu a good state of cultivation. Improvements First-Clasconsisting of a large, commodious brick houo containing 11 rooms, with wldo hall aud room) porches aud dry cellar under thu whole house. Also 2 largo" barn. 3 corn cHIm, stock scales, tenant house, Ice house, Ac. At tho same time and place I will well all my STOCK and Farming Implements, Tho stock consists of Thoroughbred Mure and ill dr Produce and omulliiely-bre- d Trotting Stock, Including the dam of D.io Itonlanu, record :i:17, tho dam of Leu 2:13, a full Mister to the dam of Gulnettu 2:08 and two full : ulster to Lee. Also 30 Southdown ewes and buck. 200 grado ewe, 15 young cattle, sdx Jersey milk cow. Ac. Tkums: The laud will be sold for one-thicash and residue la equal piymcut of KOUNDED iao5. 12 and 21 month, with 0 per cent. Interest from bale on deferred payment, Interest payable annually and Hen retained. Tho property all sums of 810 and r, cmh In naiul; over $10 at 0 mouth, STANFORD, KY. 6 with 0 per cent, interest and note with good surety, negotiable and payable lubauk. Possession of tn fwrm will bu given at once, except some TO acres lu corn, and of thl seeding privileges will b given and full possession Jan.. J, next. Sale will begin at 10 o'clock A. i, STANFORD, KY. Person desiring to see the farm will call ou the undersigned on thu place. E. V. LEE, Danville. All kludi of repairing do-.- e at reasonable fates T. D. EnglUh, Auctioneer. Upholstering aiie'lalty. StUf:tlon gusraseed JunctionlOIty, Ky. originally established iu the De Hult Hank of Stanford iu ltV, then reorganized as the National Bank ofstanlord In Itt&x aiidagaln rtsirganUtsI as tho First National Bank of Stanford In has had practically an Tdnlcrrupted exist enee for 3.1 years. It Is lieller supplied now wltl. lacllltles for trausni ting liuslness promptly and lib crally than over before lu Its loiif and houorahle career. Arcuums of Individuals, fiduciaries, llruia and Individuals solicited. todeitois. This Institution li, DIHKCTORS tc FIRE 1NSURHNGE s, J. W. Haydeu, Stanford h, II. Haughliiau, " S. T. Harris, " J S. Hocker, " T K Hill, K. U Tanner, McKlnney. W. A. Trihhle, J.H.Colller.Crah Orcli'd; M. J. Miller, Ml. Vernon. M, I). Klmore, Stanfonl. orriCRRs. I. S. Hocker, I'resldent; J. J. McRoberts, Cashier A. A. McKlnney, AuUtautCashlor. F. Held, Llnrolu Co.; FHBNIX OP BROOKLYN. Co., Insurance Company, Insurance "BIG ROUTE. 4: 1 he Best Line toand From TOLEDO AND DETROIT AH l'olnts lu Michigan. Caledonian a CHICAGO. "White City Special." rd of Scotland. ST. LOUIS. Avoiding the Tupnel Rest Terminal Station. uu-lu- R. B. MAHONY, Agt, BOSTON. Wiyner.ialeeplug Cara. H. D. PHILLIPS, NEW YORK. Outlet Parlor Cars, Wagner Sleeping Cars, Prlvat Compnrttueut Curs, Elegant Coaches and Din lug Cars. Be iure your tickets read via "BIO FOUR," E. O..MCCORMICK. D. 1J. MARTIN, Gen. Pasj. A Tkt. Agt. fc Passenger TrafucJMs'., CINCINNATI, OHIO. Gun and Look Smiih. .isK -- y t j -- iAg -- 4&te iMSg''i, : tejyjfe i t