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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897073001 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. V ' 1. SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVI. Y LANCASTER. The IJupllst association All),'. '21, INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. A CHEAT TREACHER IS DR. HOY A JULY 30. 189T. NO. 44 1 Shelby City. Tho storm Saturday blow trees down In the woods of Messrs. John I'ulllain and W. K. McAfee and limbs of trees In tevoral yards around here. Wlborg, Hanna fc Co., have built an eight foot paling fence around their resorvolr near tho Christian church, bo that stock can not Injure tho batiks. Thieves entered the house of Mrs. Hayes Thursday night und secured 7 TRIP TO THE GOLDEN COAST, STORM AT SEA, AC. L 23. From the my last letter. interest manifested by friends in my T. J. Hutcher has purchiiccd a house recent trip to California I huvo decided and lot on Danville Avu. from V. G. to offer u few lines for publication, Anderson and will move here in hoping thoy may bo of interest at least Your loss will bo out gain. to some who have never visited the The leadinjr boarding school lor young women in the Misses Margaret Murphy and Amangreat West. Our trip was a success in da Anderson liave been to Luke every particular. Our first Interesting State. Send for catalogue and illustrated Monthly. They are two of our best experience was with a second class cybuloniMm: to tho Mlssos Uppington. of' touchers and Miss Murphy won a prize clone near Topeka, Kansns. At 0:30 A. T- SZESZinSTIfcTIEilR, Loxlngton, while they were all nt on siiclllng, every Stnto in tho Union M., July 2nd wo were on Pike's Peuk being represented in the contest. church. walking on drifts of snow 10 feet thick. Vli, lWii Davidson, widow of tho Uro. Uoswoll preached many gooJ That evening out of Pueblo, up the Arn sermon while hero, but none better ati Jesse Davidson and mother of kansas river und through the Royal tho one he delivered Sunday night ' under Davidson, one of our most prom-froNEXT SESSION WILL HF.QIN SEPT. 0. 1S9T. Gorge we begun our uscent of the Rock11 I'etor 1. T, (5. 7, when ho took incut citizens, died Tuesday night in ies und on Saturday night at 10 o'clock Some change- will then Ira made In the work of tho touchers so as to secure a greater form. His sermons, as everybody .In occasion to cry down tho evils in our hop POth year, being the oldest lady in Stanford knows, as ho held a three we rolled into Salt Lake City on a train ellleloncv In all departments. - the county. Tho remains were interred Miss u rt ii will be principal of tho Primary and Preparatory Doicirtments and will too little cities, especially into in perweeks' meeting there some tlmo since, consisting of two baggage coaches and " vo special attention to the smaller . pupils. .. el ... .. ... . . . .. .. and tho unlawful selling of goods n Lancaster Cemetery Wednesday af- mice r.iocuuon, Harris nre plain, practical, logical and con- 17 sleepers. On Sunday morning July and will teach win give lessons in and History. rnysieai uuuurc, i reo Hand Drawing, clashes In Reading on Sunday by member of the churches teruoon. vincing. Duty and love for fellow men 4th, wo listened an excellent sermon In Ml.ss Cow en will continue to fjlvo lesions In Instrumental and Vocal Music and In Volco A Stanford merchant writes us to which it Is to be hoped, tho Inlluetice Is what he dwells upon. His sermons the Christian church from Uro. E. L. Culture. will stop. we do not put our loafers or know why Dr. Shelton and Mrs. Snuflev will have charge of clnstes In tho Collegiate Department. cf tho mooting Powell, of Louisville. Bro. B. F. Clay, Preachersvlllo 'P,.. nmntimtlnir COllllIllttOO of tllO jail birds to work, clean up the burnt at good ground have been seed sown of Kentucky, is pastor of this church. Tor further Information call on Mrs. Siiullev nt the College or write to her for Catalogue. In that will bring forth Christian Endeavor selected the follow- district and sow it in oats or sod it, thirty, sixty and an hundred fold. I At 2:30 i m. we attended the Christian ing otllcors for the next six months: saying that Shanks it Owsley will al- heard him say that some mothers let Endeavor services in the great Mormon Messrs. George Aarons, pros., R. N. low us to clean up their lots. Wo doubt opportunities pass by to help their Tabernuclo with a seating capacity of Hunn, vice pros.; Miss Lucy Husslng, this, as they seem to prefer to help our children, religiously, and make them 12,000 und thousands were turned from cor. soc'y.t Mr. Matt Eugleman, roc. county by paying taxes on a vacant dry their tears by telling them they the doors. At 7:30 wo attended servi- Offers Instruction In Agriculture, Mechanical Engineering. Civil Engineering, three lines roc'y-- , Ml" Katharine Cox, troas. and sK)t rather than sell or build themuro too young to join tho church. "Such ces In the Tabernncle conducted by of Scientific Study, viz: Mathematical, litologlcal anil Chemical, Classics and Pedagogy, MUs Maymo Williams, organist and selves. added, "live to repent the Mormons. I can not endorse all each of which leads to a degree. Assistants. Laboratories and Museums large and well Twenty-EigProfessors und My article on R. L. Elkln's fowls mothers," he chairman of tho Lookout, Prayer and they preach but they nre much better Matriculation, Fuel and Lights and Tree respectively. gone the rounds. The such action and arc made to shed tears people than some think and in ma- equipped. County appointees receive given Tuition. has certainly Social committees Room Rent. Traveling expenses also to appointees who remain tho full collegiate themselves over infidel children." Tho enr. Hoard In dormitories S2.25 per week, fn private families 52.50 to S3. Hoard, uniLlnnletta Springs ho been a very Ahsoolated Nows Bureau of Philadel- people of the Preachersvlllo communi- ny instances can make tho Prot- form, books and washing need not exceed S120 per year. popular resort for Danville ooplo the phia has written to liim for a photo Tall delighted witli Dr. Boyett's estants ashamed of themselves. Polyg day Term Heglns Second Thursday In September. Preliminary Examinations first MonIn September. past month, sometimes as many as 60 of the fowls, with a full description. ty are I am sure feel thankful to amy Is no longer practiced among preaching and For catalogues and other Information apply to come out In one nlternoon to partake Tho gullibility of man is wonderful. Pastor Muhony for having him come to them. n of Its waters and rest 'noath tho shude Speaking of chickens reminds me of a Wo spent Monday morning in JflMES K. PRTTEffSOrJ, Pft. D., L. L. D., Prcs. hold this meeting. Mr. F. F. Cumlt trees. If the Dauvlllo pike was fight here Monday, In which the size Wednesday morning we reachof and mins, brother of County Clerk Cumu free turnpike, the grounds would of the jMirtles would compare favoraed San Francisco and spent 10 days atadmins, and Mr. John Cress nre the penrcoly hold tho crowd that would bly with the Hamtam and the Shangtending tho Christian Endeavor Conevening. Kid hai. No galls were used and no seri- ditions to date. The meeting, tho vention and seeing the wonders in and come In thocH)lof the preaehers informed me, will close Frifor 100 miles around the city of the GolJ. S. Klndrlck and wife, of the Chris- ous damage was done. day night. every standpoint, we have decided to adopt tho Mr. Edward Hishop, one of our most church, Danville, are regular vistian Rev. J. II. Boyett has added over den Gate. On Sarurday, July 17th, wo Having considered the question from almost Intelligent citizens, has solved the 200 members to his Blurted homeward (In an opposite direcat Llnnletta. itors Lexingchurch tion) by steamer, "State of California," The protracted meeting closed Tues- (iiiestion how to bring tho gold and ton since ho became pastor at there some 8J0 miles up the Puciflc that sliver democrats together, fie says If day night with eight additions coast to Port tlmo ago. He says thero is seldom ever land, Oregon. Wo had wished that the nlght.maklng M in all during the meet- a man dllfers with you on the money a service at his church, where, under ing and 00 during Hro. Hoswoll's pasto- question, manage every time hit name trip would be a little rough so wo could no excitement, whatever, many are not rate. The following have been received Is mentioned to cull him u traitor, u udded to the fold. His members now experience, to a small extent, life at Beginning July 1, 1S9T, believing that It will bo more satisfactory to both buyer and seller. sea, and we got more than our wish. No bad debts will accumulate, consequently we can sell goods cheaper. It will take much by baptism since last report: Misses Ka- scoundrel and a lloator; that if you McGraw, hear he has insinuated thui you are number about 540, eight of whom are We were on tho ocean three days and less capital, our expenses will be less and there Is overy reason why tho cash system will tie Wells Verna Hoyce, Ulrdlo his own children und he is hoping for Wo only ask you to try It awhllo and If you find It Is not to your adQmaCozatt, Hettlo Powell, Willie Hil- lot honest in your views, hunt him up tho Uth soon to be 2J nights. The whole of Saturday prove satisfactory. converted. Dr. Boy- night we were in u gaio with waves vantage, we will not kick on your buying from merchants who sell on credit. We aro satiton. Lizzie Hood, Mary and Fannie and if ho says that he does not doubt ett says some of his best preaching bus running 10 feet high. Up to 11 o'clock sfied wo can sell you goods from 10 to 2.1 percent, cheaper than tho credit men and thl Moore.AUie Johuson.Mrs. Paissell Figg your sincerity, tell him that It is good been done outside of Very truly, should certainly be an Inducement to you. his pulpit. SomeFigg for him he does not, us you intended to numerous waves had run over the lowMessrs. Geo. Singleton, Rin-o- ll time preparing as many as six sermons er deck, drenching all passengers who and Win, Trospor. Fourteen were al- Live him a good beating; then go and In one hour, which he says ho has frerestoration, and tell the people that ho has sold out happened to bo outside the cabins. Our so received by letter, quently done, he has much time to visstate room was on the upper deck und from the Haptlst. Methodist and Pres and he must have done so, for your it his members, the sick and afllictcd wo werocongrutulutlng byterian churches, the past weok. views are generally correct. ourselves while generally, and ho thus improves each The spelling contest in the Institute those below were being drowned out, There wore baptisms every day during shining moment und scatters sunshine when all at once our good steamer, 300 tho past week except two, in the reser- for a year's subscription to tho Intk-KIOHro. Hoswell flvoly, being en- broadcast. There is no more jwwerful feet long, dipped her nose in a monsJOUUNAL, was voir near the church. preacher In the Baptist denomination ha.s preached every night except tho gaged In by about 10, all of whom wcro ter wave and it seemed like she was Rev. J. II. Boyett. ones supplied by Elders Kendrlck, of anxious to win tho prize, which was than going to the bottom of Tho Stunford and Preachersville Danvlllo, und Severance, of Stanford, awarded to Mrs. T. C. Gulley, who Is a the sou und tho water came rolling ovWe are prepared to store wheat at a less price than you can store It yourneeds turnpike needs er the railing in ut our door und wintho tlrst week of tho meeting. Ho went constant reader of the pajer, which Is self. Call and see us and we Fill something done to it to make tho dow, splashing on every iif to Crab Orchard Wednesday to begin u so accurate in orthography that It berth and runrough edges smooth, for it is about as ning protracted meeting there. Our church might havo had something to do with three inches on tho floor. It took !) rough now as the road over tho Rooky I one of tho gangway gates off tho lower has been very much strengthened and preparing her to spell 15 out of 50 Mountains. words. There were six other conIs more harmonious now than over deck und curried it away to sea. If any 9& Tho teacher at the Hobbs school-hous- passenger or seamun had been near Tho following ollicers were cho- testants who only missed six words. it For you. near Preachersville, Miss Jen- he would havo gono with It. About sen Monday night: Elder, Holland, Supt. J. Hunt McMurty, Conductor W. is one of the handsomest in nie Pettus, A. A. Surber and Dr. Chase. Deacons, E. Lumley, Chairman H. S. Gowcn and then I began to feel glad that I had county, und she is now instructing H. DoPeauw, R. L. Reynolds, San- secretary Miss Janlo Shumate are do the N. tried to live a Christian. But that was of bright boys and girls. dusky, Dr. Steele, W. A. Reynolds and ing all In their poTvor to muko the ses- a full school tho only ducking we got und our ship Sit ETA W. sions pleasant and profitable. B. S. ploughed on through tho waves, with Matt. Engleman. prow and 'stern riding up and down Miss Evelyn Gucrrant, of Danville, Gowon, Milton Elliott, Jr., Mrs. T. C. from 30 to 50 feet at every plunge. has been tho guest of Misses Clyde and Gulley and Miss Elllo King constitute were Nellie Hurko this week. Miss Emily tho committee on program. Tho dis Monday was county court day und u George and my other room-mat- e Moss, of Glasu'ow, Is with her friend, cussions on tho various subjects of vi- largo crowd was in town. Tho August too sick to even notice that a storm was Miss Mary Powell. Misses Dollle and tal lmiortnncc to tho growth of tho term of circuit court will open next raging. I stood at the window watching and listening to tho roaring of wind Jessie Coulter, of Mlddleburg, spent school, are being engaged in by many Monday. liUt weok with their cousin, Miss Allco of the teachers in an earnest manner, Rev. J. E. Powell, a Baptist preach- and wave for uboui an hour, when I reWilliams. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Holmes, ami much useful knowledge is being er from Louisville, conducted a series tired and slept soundly, fully trusting who have been boarding at Mr. Wells' Imported. If I had the space I should of night meetings at the Christian Him who keepeth us in tho hollow of Ills hand. Tho gale abated but little tho past six months, will leave tho last like to give u more extended notice of church last week. beforo noon Sunday. I was one of the of this week for their home in Michi- the proceedings. Tho base ball game between Liberty gan. Miss Lena Yowell, of Huston- Tho democratic county committee aim uunnviiie was called oir on ac fortunate 3j out of 400 passengers who ville, is with her relative Mrs. Llngle. llnlshed its work Monday by nominu. count of rain. The game will probably did not imitate tho whale that kept Jonah three days and nights in his socie Miss Maggie Welch, of linevllle, Is ting tho balance of tho county ticket be played next Saturday. and not a dissenting voice has boon visiting Misses Mary and Laura In noting the Improvements of Lib ty. I rode from stem to stern and from Miss Edna Johnson has return- heard. They are all popular, capable erty hist week, we overlooked the large tho bridge over tho pilot house to tho sister, men and the republican candidates will furniture store room which is being engine room and always made a full ed from u lengthy visit to her . David Moore, Jr., realize tho fact that they uro in a race erected by Mr. Boyle Stone. Mamie, at hand ut tho eight splendid meals servwith his uncle, Mr. Mack before they reach the homo stretch. who has been Dr. Prultt, who practiced his profes- ed on board. Wo spent one day In Portland with Moore, at Cottage, Mo., tho past 18 They were not all given in the last is- sion in Liberty In his younger days, e mountains, months, surprised all at home by ar- sue und uro as follows: For judge, A. has returned here and located. He Is the everlasting Hood, Adams and St. Helens, In full riving hero Sunday to stay In Kentucky D. Ford; sheriff, Capt. I. M. Dunn; staying at the Wilkinson Hotel. In the future. Mr. John Cosby, of Cin- circuit clerk, J. W.Hamilton; assessA large crowd attended tho basket view. Wo left Portland at 2:45 i M. During the Tenneme Centennial und International Exposition at Sath-villbeen hero tho past weok or, J. L. McCatiey; jailer, David Ross; meeting at tho colored church here Tuesday, nearly 3,000 miles from home, cinnati, has Tenn , a low rate special tanjf ha been established for the tale of visiting relatives here and at Danville. magistrates Lancaster, Isaac Myers; Sunday. Delegations were present und came by Spokane, Washington, ticket from Cincinnati and other terminal point on the Queen it Crescent via the Great Northern through Idaho, Mr. Ed Sweeny is back again aftor a Paint Lick, Sam Cochran; Buekoyo, from Hustouville, Duunville and tioute. Montana, North Dakota, Minnesota, pleasant trip to his father's In Kansas. W. M. Ruy, Jr.; Bryautsvllle, J. II. Tickets are on sale daily until further notice to Chattanooga at $4.55 one Wisconsin, Chicago and Cincinnati, arDoputy Shciitt W. L. Young, who was Dunn. T. J. Hummond wus nominated U. S. Marshal Pago was here last tcay or f 4.1)0 round trip from Junction City, the round trip tickets being so badly wounded last November, Is for constable In this precinct. The week. Ho und SherifT Adams urrested riving ut Moroland ut 12 o'clock Saturgood seven days to return; other tickets, with longer return limit, at $7.30 here visiting his sisters, Mrs. John S. candidates are in close touch with the Milton Wilson near Brush Creek und day night, safe and sound and with feeland at $9.l)5or the round trip. Ho party, uro identified with tho Interests Mooro and Mrs. W. E. Grubbs. lodged him In jail. Wilson will be ings of gratitude to my Heavenly FaThese rates enable the public to visit Xathville and other Sontliern points of the coplo und thero is no reason for walks with a crutch and n cane yet. taken to Somerset und tried for selling ther for the pleasures enjoyed and es at rates nerer before offered. Vestibuled trains of the finest class are at the any dlssontlou or disaffection. It Is liquor pecially tho spiritual blessing experi disposal of the passenger, affording a most pleasant trip, and enabling one without license. ELECTION. Tho proper orders Understood that W. L. Lawson, who la enced by meeting with tho great Chris PIKE d in and A movement is on foot to build a to visit the very interesting scenery and important have been made, says tho Advocate, for now a deputy sheriff and very popular, Baptist church here. Rov. Powell tolls tlun Endeuvor Convention, u feeble uc- about Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain and Chickamauga National Militaklug tho sense of the voters of Boylo will bo ono of Capt. Dunn's deputies. us tho peoplo huvo responded to his count of which I desiro to give to tho tary Park. Tickets to Nashville to visit the Centennial can be purchased county In November, as to whether or David Ross says that hlatpry will re call for subscriptions very liberally. public through tho Interior Jouhnal at Chattanooga foa S3.40 round trip. Ask your ticket agent for ticket via not tho turnpldes shall bo purchased pent Itself, as ho Intends to play the Two mon huvo offered to donate lots In tho ncur future. the Q. it C. Howie South or write to A. W. Carpenter. nnri mudo free. At the same tlmo vot Goliath act to u fine tlnish, Benge be on which to build and ovorybody seems will bo a9ked to give an expression ing tho latter. JAMES ROY, Agt. Junction City, or ers anxious for tho church. It Is a worthy This is the way Miss Elvira Sydnor II. C. RME ARSON, O. P. A. Cincinnati. . authorizing tho ilscal court, In case tho enterprise and should havo 'tho aid of Miller describes a shirt wuist worn by State Insnranco Commissioner ... i.Iku nuestlon carries, to Issue u certain young ludy and it is enough has revoked the charter of tho overy one. bonds to nn amount necessary to buy Mr. Put Whlpp spent Sunday In to bewilder a flesh und blood man to and accident association Kentucky life tho roads. Under this arrangement, If Dr. Carpenter, of Huston-vlll- o even think of it: It wus a of Louisville KRRD THE both propositions are adopted, tho was in town last week to see Miss waist, which cast a glow over the skin The troublo In tho McCreary guards, county will bo able to proceed without Is at an end, tho charges Dollle Cowden. Dr. Ed M. Estcs und beneath like u sunset over tho Alpino Thoroughbred Dure: Jersey SES HODS, delay In carrying out tho wishes of tho ot Frankfort, Mr. K. L. Tunner, of McKmnoy, and snows, a sort of combination of sea Capt. Gaines having boon withmajority. This U tho way it should against Juno Held and E. S. Stugg, of Hustou- shells and roses, strawberries smother My breeder! ere selectcJ from the best herds ot done In Lincoln and it would drawn. have been of this faiuou breed of swine In Mreral States. A Mrs. Marcellus Ernest, of Cyreno, ville, attended court hero Monday. ed in cream, or peuches whoso downy had not "Jedgo" Dawson jplemllJ lot of i!jsodiaereut ages for sale. Ured havo been just givon birth to a Several of onr young peoplo spent Sun- cheeks aro flushed from the kisses of tows a specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed. Corresgonoofhalf cocked in his effort to Gu., aged 13, has pondence solicited. Address day In Dunnvillo. Mrs. John Wesley, ho sun. baby, whoso fathor Is but 10. now election, score a point. A R. H. BRONATJGH, A baby with two teoth of Mlddleburg, wus with Mrs. Jumes 2S cases of small-po- x at Thero uro Orchard, Kj. cs3BBBI5ciJEj can right matters und not delay was born at Puducah. Wesloy Sunday. Birmingham, Ala. tho execution of tho will of tho people. instead of 120tli, will begin as htutod in ETT. PltKACllKltsviliLi:, July 23. Tho ma jority of preachers, 1 am sorry to say, bellevo that what is termed a "successful meeting" is one whore large numbers are added to the church. This frequently happens, and "under sudden heat and passion" (tho same way men kill each other) people join tho church. It is refreshing to a close observer to run across u preacher like Rov. J. II. Boyott, of Lexington, who has been conducting a meeting at tho Baptist church here for about 10 days, and which is largely attended. It is his predominating chaiacteristie to shun excitement, even in tho slightest Millkukvillk, July To the Kdltor of the I.vtkkiou .Ioikx.u.. Hamilton FEMALE Coffeoe, L6XINGT0N, KY. Chn-tuuqti- u. IB. ZE'resid.ezit. i Le-tha- THE .At STANFORD - FEMHLE f C0LLEG6 m I . . a, State College of Kentucky. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, ht Og-de- A Word To You. THE CASH SYSTEM, FARRiS & HARDEN. H head-foremo- st WHEAT. I I sand-paperin- g 1 dllll-cu- lt lw-for- e. Will Either Buy or Store e, J. H. BAUGHMAN St CO. I Liberty. METAL ROOFING. FLOORING, 'A.C.SXNBJ CEILING, Qv & SIDING, S37 STANFORD; K. FINISH. San-dtdg- o. Farm and Vsird Fence- Cot-bin- snow-whit- Queen wsusm. e, Yo-semit- o. battle-groun- Com-ingo- ro Hus-tonvill- e. rose-color- ed BLUC-QRA- 3S how-ove- r, well-develop- f-ia-- r - ntin i wit iMnin..iiiii.iT-v- n m.. nw... ,-.. t- - ,, .fc,n nci'i mty ruiwmyatatjttww. fey iyTfirltirYr".TT"liTOlii.Tlfirj1M-itirWTIlniJillWilliilfi- r P is b Mrs. Elizabeth Shelton was arrested It is reported at Lexington that tho Mil. McKl.NLKY Is beinp complimentof tho Eastern Kentucky in Mercer for burning the house of her GKKATKST Ol' ALL THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ed by certain newspapers for pardon- commissioners have threatened to reMrs. Kitty Shelton, in ing an old army comrnda for robbing Lunatic Asylum which tho old lady enmo near being IK) the mails out west, for which ho wan sign at the end of days unless Super- cremated. Scott removed. July 30. 189; sjntoneed to livo years imprisonment. intendentThom.isisM. Coolcy, of Detroit, Mary Ellen Lca.--e has been selected Stanford. Ky., Judge The pardon was granted on receipt of Queen of tho Harvest Homo festivities a letter from the old robber addressed tho . famous constitutional . lawyer, and . . .t....i..n In Kansas and will wear nf 20,000 crown - "utlior or "tooicy on mo uratuiuiim W. P. WALTON. to tho president as "Mv dear old Comrado", and simply asked him to help everywhere recognized as a standard, for a week. Even In her prosperity .. i i.i...,,. i.i. iiii u in. i..i iiiiiiii'. ii ii ...... ,.i..!. .,t.,i una lost his initio: ami ooen uikoii iu mi Kansas can not altogether escape her . .. v.u .... iiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiu iiiiii . atllictious. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Innocence or giving any excuse for his asylum. The operators of tho Pittsburg disG A dispatch says: Judge W. F. Hall, Fo Ap'lateCTk, S.J. SHACKELFORD crime. Tho action of tho president in present democratic incumbent, will be trict havo approved tho uniformity " Circuit Judge, M C.SAUFLEY. granting the pardon may speak well as circuit agreement, DO operators being repre " Com'lth Attorney, J. S. OWSLEV, Jr. for his heart, but it is not creditable to a candidate for In tho meeting. The operators " Represcntatirc, - M. F. NORTH. his head. When a man commits such judge. The l'inoville district has 4,000 sented We speak nothing hut tho truth when wo say wo are offering genuine) reduction majority, but Hall says he will not deal with tho Miners' Union " County Clerk; - GEO. 11. COOPER. a crhno as Allen did, sentiment should republican throughout our entire homo. Prices nro absolutely low. Judge by these Men but only their employes, there bulng " County Attorney, HARVEY HELM. cut no figure in the case. lie had for- will win. and women's Shoes and Oxfords to slaughtoied. Men's Incoor Congrcs Shoes iu chiifee in tho agreement that tho Tho Dlmrlev law means a democratic it " Circuit Clerk; J. F. IIOLDAM. feited his right to freedom ami his re pltiinnnd pointed too at tl perp.iir. A bitter ono In plain, ptmiloil or coin too - SAUL. M. OWENS lease by tho president shows that ho is president in 1001 as certainly as the commission snail do coinioscd or em" Sherif, goos at 51.50 and f2 v.iluo anywhere. MenS Vict kid at f. worth fJ. VJci kid " Jailer, GEO. W. DEliORD. not. made of the sterner stun" of which McKinlcy law meant a democratic ployes. Tho agreement Includes tho oxfords for men nt tl and ( 1.23. 200 pairs ladies black and tnn thoe both In ince men holding the otlico ho does should president In ISM and tho Cleveland f- abolition of company stores and pro" Atteuor, - - C. G. RAKER. and button in the lntosl stylo nnd too, to ho sold nt $1.50, worth $2 25 anywhere. inancial policy meant a republican vides for cash payment of wages twice WM. LANDGRAF. " Coroner, be made. Ladles tnn or black oxfords at 60c. A finer grade in black and Ian at tl. A few president in 1SDT. but tho trusts will a month. Supt. School, GARLAND SINGLETON prirs left of black oxjords in the latest ntylu toe ami fancy vesting top nt 11.60 Washington corres havo a Klondyko at homo for the rest Thk worth So. Misses' oxfordJ and buckle (dippers in tan, hlnck nnd oxblood shades is dirty of the present century. N. Y. Jourpondent of tho Courier-Journnt 50c to J 1.25. Hoys' nnd youths' Shoos, good quality calf skin, worth f 1.75. this TllK Louisville Post devotes nearly enough even to lick Boss Davison's nal. Mrs. J. S. Minor has returned to her week 03c two pages of its Wednesday's edition boots, which ho does by trying to c The action of the trustees of Brown home in Louisville. to giving tho names of convicts who for his failure to got any plo for University in compelling tho resignaMiss Fannie Underwood will begin havo been pardoned since Gov. Brad- tho Sth district. It does not retlcet In tho tion of President Andrews, because he ley was lmmiruratcd Dec. 10, 1S!).". The leaston him, tho cringing creature says, holds opinions on finance which do not teaching here Monday. v & Dave Purdom has moved to Rowland list embraces 075 and does not include for he is uncqualed in tho Kentucky agreo with tho:e entertained by rich thoso who have been restored to citi- delegation for hard work for his con- patrons of the institution, is worthy of and taken charge of a barber shop. Wo zenship. Of the number, 112 were con- stituents. Tho trouble with Davison is the severe condemnation that it is re- wish him success. Ed Minor has tho champion hornless victed of murder and sentenced for that he is too light an animal and car- ceiving on nil hands. Senator Toller red calf of this community. It is four VA for manslaughter, making life, and ries no respects or confidence In his denounced it in a sikjccIi in Congress months old and weighs IV0 tounds. 1)0 turned loose, who had killed their Ladles' novelty dress shirts in hlnck nnd fancy colors lined with rustle line nnd well make-up- . Even tho rads at Washing- as one of the most shameful acts of J. J. Walker sold to It. L. Hubblo man. Tho rest of the pardons include ton havo taken his measure and dis- abasement tho world had ever seen. inndeat fl.25. Shirt waists mado of French Dimity, two dozen style tOM?lect shoats at .'to. W. M. every grade of crime. To Gov. Brad- patch him with a cold potato. The 'Thank God." said he in impassioned some from nt 60c caoli. A fow lcltyet nt 26e each. Wash goods, organdie), Dimities etc. Hubblo sold his yearling bull for $l." to ley's credit be it said ho has not par- correspondent is frank enough to nt S to 15c worth double the money, was tones, "that President Andrews Tom Walker, of Garrard. doned nearly so many as Worthlngton, that tho "jedge" docs "rattle big enough to refuse to bo stilled." Dr. J. B. Owsley is having the dwellis partially responsible for but ho around In McCrcary's scat," even if ho ing on tho old Dr. Owsley farm near Worthington's, as he could not get in docs add that it is very littlo noticed. Told by and his renter, Mr. L. C. his work unless a chance was given King, is making it all look like a new An Italian who murdered a child was him. There can be no doubt that all Tm: Louisville A. P. A.s havo refirm. this reckless use of the pardoning pow ceived their reward Charles E. Sapp, hanged at Philadelphia. Some parties In this community have crime and bred a who has no other claim to recognition, child were chopA woman and her er has stimulated mob spirit. Tho people sec how diffi except that he is president of thnt pre- ped to death by a fiend at Springfield, been offered 70c for their wheat, but when all are so well aware of tho unicult it is to convict men of murder and scriptive organization, has been made 111. Chier-g- o versal foreign demand for this product Fancy China Silks alA party of 130 men will leave in tho new nobby effects nt J 1. 7,1, worth ill. White sat-i- n other crimes and when, by chance collector of internal revenue at Louisnnd silk pnraso'snt 11.50. Hlnck ilk parasols with the latent I)rcdcn trimmed most, tho courts do sentence, tthey see ville and Catholics can now go to hanext Saturday for the Klondike gold this year but few are disposed to accept tho offer. handle nt f 1.50 to 2. the ease with which pardons are secur- des. Sam J. Roberts, of Lexington, fields. People regret hero very much that is littlo wonder that soldiers are was also appointed collector In that Mrs. Margaret Williams died at ed, it so often called into action to prevent district, which reminds us to say that Bourbon, Ind., from the effects of a rat- J. E. Lynn has withdrawn from tho race for county judge, but wo know it Judge Lynch from executing summary so far as we have been able to discover tlesnake bite. will not be best to beat them too bad, laws' delay Col. Forrester's charge that ho had Mi&s Molllc Horner was shot from and condign justice. Tho and other methods resorted to to shield willfully prcvarlcared remains unchal- ambush and fatally wounded near so we will give them a little ease till wo select another good man, and by Spencerville, O. criminals together with n profligate use lenged. of tho pardoning power, make the way A fire at Yonkers, N. V., destroyed that time perhaps the republicans will To come to fee us Mx days out of every week. Thk railroad commissioners who property to the value of $.00,000. Two pick up some one who has enough brass of the transgressor easy as well as to make the race. necessary. hold the fattest of sinecures, have just lives were probally lost. make mob law some times called attention to their existence by Mr. G. A. Swlncbroad is a trader. He "more toll- Raiders destroyed three When Marshal James fired Deputy issuing a long order to railroads that gates in Harrison county und left their left home last week with horse and carup, keep Leo Dudley he sought to enjoin him they must keep riage and some other equipments, and usual notice of warning. for doing so in Judge Barr's court, the weeds along tho track down, keep A bike teacher at New Brunswick, when seen by his friends in Lancaster A. U1MIANSKY A CO, I'AorniKTCKs. claiming that as olllco deputy he was the country stations open and wnrm N. J., was sued by a woman for $o,000 Monday evening had only his umbrella protected by the civil sei vice rules. and blow their whistles at crossings. damages because she tumbled. of what he left homo with, but in exT. D. KAXKV, Manaokh. Judge Barr held that there was no dif- This may bo important, but it is hnrd-l- y A Court of Inquiry has reported change he drove home some nice, red worth the $2,000 each that the State against a ference between the office deputy and of Cupt. Noel cows and young cattle, and may have a field peputy and that tho civil service pays the commissioners. brought home some cash also, but some Pari, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hnrdslown, Lawrenceburg. Tynthlann, Versatile, Etui Gaines, of the Frankfort eomtwny. nence, Georgetown, Klizabethlown. Frankfort, nnd MnuckMrt, Ind. law did not apply in either case, apthat hard on thoe oil at ParkSenator Dehoe says ho will spend A wealthy Va.,operator died effects of think he was not with whom he trades. pointments expiring at the expiration eople mountain from the law busi- ershurg, W. of the superior officer. The case will a few weeks winding up his Marlon. This is the first inti- vitriol thrown on him by a woman. JOHN S. ORNDORFF. be taken to the U. S. circuit court on ness at A Tex Shea, of Birmingham, Ala., appeal, but Mr. Dudley is gnawing a mation that anybody ever had that the The sad and sudden death of this himself because his neighbor refile and wasting his time and money. doctor had any law business. Tho jack killed for his sterling young man by an accident cremakported that ho did not provide If tho courts do not knock him out, of all trades usually succeeds in ated a profound sensation In this compresi- ing a llummux at all, and this distress- family. which they are sure to do, the accentuating the fact The Avery Plow factory, Louisville, munity where he lived and labored. dent will come to tho rescue of tho re ing accident in in his effort to play the role of states- has resumed operations after a three Tho shock was felt more keenly by publican pic hunters. years shut down, giving employment those who know him well and loved man. him for his manliness, kindness and to 1,000 men. We believe it was old Billy ShakesMcKiNLEY has so far modified M. Ward was fined $1,000 in three great heart. As a on and brother ho F. peare who said: "Some are born great, Cleveland's order under tho civil sersome acieve greatness and some have vice law as to open 150 now places, cases for running slot machines in Lex- was all that could be desired. As a greatness thrust upon them," butin all with total salaries of half a million, for ington, which he paid after spending friend ho was loved by all who had that friendship. His on tlio t his philosophizing he neverdreamed of the hungry horde. Watch for an en- three days In jail. N. It. It. loved him ns a brother, and Sixteen-year-olMilton Cartwright, a man becoming great or famous betire abrogation of the law before of Paducuh, who made three attempts their grief at his sudden death vn cause of his capacity and propensity to administration is a year old. at suicide In as many days, has been manifested in many ways. This noblo look often and long upon the wine young man was almost idolized by his placed in an asylum. Jinmch Store fit Ilu.stonville, LI. K. Camiitz, Munngur. when it Is red. Dr. Mooncy, of LexPOLITICS The St. Souis Republic prints the sisters and brothers. They truly lived ington, is the first to become famous or and labored for each other and all tlTat infamous In that lino and his picture The prohibitionists of Jcflcrson coun- picture of a Lexington man who had 0 each ono earned was held in common. are going the rounds ty will put out a full municipal ticket. taken, according to its account, and a big write-uA more beautiful homo life could by of whisky. drinks of tho press. He claims to have taken Tho President left yesterdny for boy, found no where than that of this Frank Costcllo, a 20 drinks of whisky a day for 50 years, Lako Cbnmplaln to escape the officer family. was fatally wounded near Dawson making a grand total of :Jbo,000 drinks seekers. To his devoted sisters wo especially Springs by John Scott, who didn't that have passed down his gullet. W. O. Jones, of Grayson county, was tender our heart's deepest sympathy, nominated for State Senator on the know his pistol was loaded. for this cross is almost too hard to bear. skipped out A Nashville Though the Senate refused in 42d ballot. May Ho who is able and willing to com Tim MHO EST 5c Tablet on the mnrket. A select line of to petitions from labor unions Judgments for $12,490 were returned after robbing the safe of 81100 and leaving the following note: "I am sorry, fort them and the other loved ones left all over tho country to confirm tho ap- against Sheriff Martin in favor of behind for a while, bear tho cross for but it's the best I could do." pointment of Powdorly, tho profession- Floyd county. As the result of a fire at Michigan them and enable all of them to so live Imporal labor fraud, as commibbioner of imBecause of the new tariff law migration, McKinlcy has given the un- ters of earthenware have decided to ad City, Ind., one man is dead, two are fa- and act that they will meet hin on the tally injured, several persons are miss- "shining shore" where it is always ions a slap in tho fnco by reappointing vance tho price of crockery. morning. X. him in recess. Had the trusts and com Maryland democrats in State conven- ing and a loss of $100,000 in property is llox Taper and Tablet with KnveIoxs to mutch, In the liitest Tints and Deigns. Get bines! demanded recognition the man at tion to nominate a candidate for gov- occasioned. 'tips on tho latent tyli from our Hue. It Is with much pleasure that we read Tho Young Men's Business Associa- the announcement of the dismissal of tho White House would havo respond- ernor ignored the money question. ed with alacrity, but laboring men are Tho St. James Gazette says Japan tion of Richmond, Va., has resolved to tho libel suit in the Doll circuit court only necessary evils and they can tako must fight this country or backdown if invite the Grand Army of the Repub- which was brought by n Mr. Hall ; some lic to hold the annual encampment in time ugo against their complaints to tho devil and go the Hawaiian islands are annexed. tho Ixtkkiok Jouit-NAto him themselves so far as the presiBar silver has declined to 59 cents, tho former capital of tho Confedracy in There was nothing in tho whole is concerned. At least his action making tho metal value of a silver dol- 180'J. dent matter against Mr. Walton who only James Shropshire, in Shelby county, copied an article from ono of tho warrants that conclusion. lar 45.0H cents, the low water mark. BY daily The republicans of Knox instructed caught Allen Mathis, a Negro, in the papers in reference to some of Mr. It does seem that after four month's for Judge James H. Tinsloy for appel- act of assaulting his sister and tired the consideration of tho tariff bill with the late clerk. He made the race last contents of both barrels of a shot gun Hull's business transactions. Mt. Vernon Signal. learned and erudite Davison there to time. and five pistol balls into tho Negro's boss the job, the republicans ought to A receipt strengthens the body. GALLON JAMI3 V. IIAILEY. havo prepared a bill free from A Chicago "new woman" announces charge that Supt. Scott paid for favor and contradictions. But they able newspaper write-up- s W. tliu undersigned democrats, of tho of the East- that she is going to the Alaska gold Ea-,Kml of Lincoln county, cnlf on Jiis. V. didn't. Many occur in tho Dingleybill, ern Asylum. soon us she cun make proper fields as Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Unify to becomi) u candidato for tlio olllco of which is especially interesting one of Robert J. Traccwcll, former Con- arrangements. Presumably that will Oounty Judge of Lincoln county to fill tlio Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Ono gressman from tho third to growers on the Pacific coast. Indiana dis- ba as soon as she can get a pair of vacancy In tho rucucautudby tho withdraw paragraph makes the duty 25 cents per, trict, has been selected for controller trousers made. al of Jus. K. Lynn. Room Oppo.Mte Court-Hou- se Square, Stanford, Ky bushel on apples, while another makes of the treasury. Some time ago C. II. Mosoly made an L. ii. Kldur, Charles II. SIngloton. J. U. f.A it two cents a pound, or about 81 per Tho treasury department decides attack on Commonwealth's Attorney itrook-,- Jno. r. .finer, U. II. Harris, G. I), will therefore havo bushel. Tho courts that tho tariff bill went into effect at Porter in tho Bowling Green court- llrowii, W. A. Carcon, W. A. Heazly. W. J, to umpire tho case. midnight before tho day it was passed, house and was fined $270 for contempt Doores, M. I)., J. V. James., Jim .McCluie. Gov. Bradley was appealed to and ho James II. Cnrxoii, W. O. Alexander, l'uto Something good can bo said most that is at 12 M., July 211. King, T. It. l'ettus, I. O. l'ayno. Wni. Stualways about uuy thing, no matter how Judge Jackson, at Parkershurg, W. remitted tho fine. art, W. II. llimzley, Sainuol Hardin, Curtis In a fight at Cano Ridgo church in Govur. J. E. Ilolmuii, S. J. Tutuui,' V. bad it may be as a whole. Tho Ding-le- y Va., unlike Judge Barr, holds that ofT. Suttariff bill Is a case in point. Atro fice deputies under a U. S. marshal are Butler county, between Estill and John ton, W. L. Hull, J. IL Gllkurson, .M. J. HarCasey on one side and three Bailey ris, J. '.. Carson, L. K. Wells, II. J. .My stock Is yet full of Good Things and Choice Spring clous as it is generally, it has ono littlo protected by tho civil service law. Patterns. Jon,., It is almost certain that tho republi- brothers on tho other, Estill Casey was 11. II. Hansford, V. G. Egbert, II. L. Wells, redeeming clause. It increases tho tax cans will nominate J. G. Bailey, of Ma- fatally shot and John Casey and two of J. G. McWhorter, J, W. Sllddleton, W. T. II. on cigarettes from 50c to $1 per 1,000. White, W. I Lawrence, I. S. llurdett, M. I).. goffin, for appcllato clerk at tho con- tho Baileys wonnded. of one who has been vention to bo held in Louisville Aug. Dinning, who killed a white M. I). Gamer, J. W. Garner, W. I). Xuwlaml, Georgo The advice During tho next CO days, l'rlces will bo Greatly Kcdumd. I will soil you capper in Franklin county and was par- L. S. Garner, O. O. Gamer, G. W. Singleton, there Is for every man who goes gold 10. hunting in Alaska to tako a dog with Thomas B. Welsh, of Jessamine, be- doned after being sentenced to soven 11. 1). Carter, J. 1'. Jones, II. G. Foley, W. It. Kelly, Ed Jones, W. V. Abraham, him. He'll need his flesh for food be- ing tho only candidato for the demo- years, has gonoto Indianapolis to live. ham, W. O. Long, II. F. Long. W. G. G. AbraJI. AnderCorno and see them whether you want to buy or A man's All Wool suit for 31.80. fore ho has been there a great while cratic nomination for Sonutor In 22nd Sunday night he told of his troubles in son, Gyrus James, T. Lamb, J. I). I'eCTus, not M. will fill an ach- Senatorial district, was dcclurcd the church und a collection of $37.10 was, I)., R. L. Oalllor, J. 1. Chandler, and anything else that Albert nominee by tho committee. ing void in his stomach. taken up for him. ! step-mothe- vj r, - ..-- ....!. Bargain : Weeks. At the Louisville Store. f boot-lickin- g al Hubble, niol-ogiz- - - . Dress Skirts. nd-m- it News Briefly Silk Umbrellas and Parasols, Par.-uol- s It Will Pay You sign-boar- THE LOUISVILLE STORE. court-marti- al tf " Furniture, Wall Paper, Iron Beds, L-i- d Carpets, Picture, Frames, Bed Room Suites, Dining Chairs, Rocking Chairs, Lace Curtains, Portierres, Curtain Poles. W. W. WITHERS. STANFORD. ' p .'105,-00- Orn-dor- ff School BOoks and Supplies. AtCRAIG(S6 HOOKER'S. so book-keep- er L. mm:vw UDDGRCAKinG r tell-tal- e inac-uracl- es I Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. J. c. M'CLARY. 1 , diOTHinrc rw in THEY MIST BE A SOU New-lan- d. CHILD'S SUIT FOR SOJlCTS. H. J. McROBERTS. -- 33SfiBS3Q3erK gi-irr-; A , i j.r je t - Jt 4- VJi: aro la tho cash bunIncBa to Btay. TARLKTS and school books, better DISTRICT CONVENTIONS, AUG. THEINTERIORJOURNAL Try tt and yon will Uko It as wull as we and cheaper than ever. Penny's Drug 14, DELEGATED CONVENTION do. Karris & Hardin. Store. , ON 10 TO NAME JUDGE, &c. . .1. eclipse of the sun came JUST load of At a meeting of tho domoerallc counStanpoud, Ky., July 30, 1897 Cypress received a car you want aI'rlmo onThk annular time yesterday and the sky being ty committee held at Stanford, Thurs(dilution. If roof that will last an ngc, try tho Cypress. cloudless a largo number of people saw day, July 2D, a motion was made, secthrough a glass darkly that the moon onded and carried that the democrats IS. C. Walton, Buinis Manaoimi. A. C. Sine. was trying to blot out tho light of tho of Lincoln county meet in mass convenTin: weather has been very pleasant groat luminary. Fully half of the tion In each magisterial district in Lin 1'KKSCltIll'lONH are filled right nml this week, disturbances predicted at right priced at Penny's Drujr Store. to precede the eclipse, failing to ma- sun's face was covered and the cITect coln county at 2 P. M. Saturday, Aug. tho was to produce a ha.y. mellow light 11,1897, for the purpose of selecting terialize. Fair, slightly warmor Fri- like that of October. delegates to tho county convention, PERSONALS. day. which will meet in Stanford, Monday, We are told that G. H. Patton, of Aug. 10, at 10 A. M. to nominate a canWodncB-da- y Mil. J. M. ALVKltKON ppont We have heard of none of our citi- Garrard, who has been appointed postdidate for county judge. It was orderat the Richmond fair. zens who aro honing to go to Klondykc, master at Crab Orchard, over Ad Bas-tled that said magisterial mass conven(,'i.aiia and Ni:llik Missus but there are a number of loafers who who was promised tho job, will are attending tho Richmond fair. ought to go there, to hades or some oth- either have to go to his county to get tions also nominate a democratic candidate for magistrate and constable In Mils. V. O. Am:.ani)KU, of Shelby er seuort. bondsmen, or call on democrats, as each district at same . time and place. City, in visiting Mrs. Mary AlexanThe Stanford district will meet at Tin: game of base ball between the there is only one republican In the der. Crab Orchard precinct who could help tho o and will be called to Mils. J. A. CAIlf'KNTltlt, of Porry-vtll- Stanford and Danvlllo colored nines him to make a bond and he is a post- order by D. F. Logan; the Ilustonville Id tho guest of Mrs. Thomas Dal-to- played hero Wednesday afternoon was district at Ilustonville and will be call won by tho homo team by a score of l." master himself. to .'I. A large crowd witnessed it. Lyino as Usual. An I. J. reporter ed to order by J. L. Beck, the Mils. ItAN.N'li: HUltKS, of Lexington, district at Kingsvllle and will I. V. is visiting her daughter, Mrs. ONLY two candidates for tho demo- asked Mr. James E. Lynn what he be called to order by W. F. Camden; Tlsh. cratic nomination for county judge thought of tho dispatch sent to the the Crab Orchard district at Crab Orby the correspondent 1. M. John V. Kout took Wednes- have been mentioned that wo hear of Courier-Journchard and will bo called to order by J. day olf and went to the Richmond Messrs. James P. Dai ley and T. M. here stating he had withdrawn from II. Edmiston. Stanford will be entitled Fair. Goodknight, and they not by authority. tho race for county judgo because of to 11 delegates in the county convenMils. Mary Knolkman, of Lexinghis sound money views and his dislike signed by leading democrats for mixing with tho "crowd," which tion, Crab Orchard 7, Ilustonville 0, ton, Is visiting her slater Mrt. C. V. A Waynesburg 7. Gentry. of the Bast End on James P. Dailey to evidently means his running mates. J. E. Carson, ch'm. is as untrue as it is absurd," said Mrs. K. C. Walton, Lucy Loo and become a candldato for county judge "It B. C Walton, As&t. See'y. Clall)orno Cook are with relatives at appears in this Issue. Ho would mako he, "the corresondent knows, If he is Ilustonville. a strong candidate and a capable judge. at all posted on local politics, that the RELIGIOUS. money question will cut no figure in Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Wrstkih-'ikliCowboy Rice and wife, tho evangeloft yesterday for the Nashville l'xpo-tltio- n A larue trunk wns found on depot tho county races and that as far as plntform Sunday night when the col- those races are concerned, tho demo- lists who were here a month ago, are and other point. Miss Janik Fkland wont up to ored excursion train left. It is marked crats are practically united. While I in jail at Erie, Pa., for disorderly conIliehmond Wednesday to visit friends "Miss Dettio Cohon, Mitehellsburg," was oriirinally a sound money man, duct. and will take In the Fair. and it can be had by applying to Hor-to- n I supported Mr. Bryan cheerfully and The irreverent Corbln News says: Hicujins went tij Mrs. Klikaiiktii Ilayden. certainly I would not object to being Sanctillcation seems to have been blow to the Corbln on a t icket with men who voted as I to Crab Orchard Wednesday to attend Hamilton Collkoe, Lexington, ad. did. and who are so well worthy of the the bedside of Mrs. W. T. Stevenson. Let us rally and got in the game lirst page, Is Mrs. GkoikikC. Givkns, MIps Lucy of which appears on our young ladies otllcos they seek. No, sir; tho money onco again. ono of the best schools for Rev. W. S. Grinstead tells us that question had nothing to do with my Miller and Master Frnost Glvons went H. Skinner Hebron church, near Walnut Flat, will retiring from the race." to Paris yesterday to remain a month. In Kentucky. President J. W. U. Dillion, who has been at the Is well known hero and Lincoln county "What do you think of tho charge be dedicated on the fifth Sunday in AuJoseph Price Inllrmary, returned fo Is always represented in his matricu- that you were put on tho ticket as a gust, when ho and Rev. M. S. Trafton Livingston Tuesday feeling much bet- lates. baltrfor sound money men, Mr. will do the preaching. There will be lunch on the grounds, but not n picnic tor. Dirt Cheap. Dy an arrangement Lynn ?" Klu. Ghoroi: Gowan, of Lancaster, with the publishers we can furnish "Like tho rest of tho charges In the dinner, he says. Eld. A. S. Morrison created a sensaand T. J. Hill, dr., of this county, Smith's History of Kentucky, the best dispatch false. I Hatter myself to went to the Nashville Imposition Tues- and most complete ever Issued, retail think that I was nominated because tion at Carlisle Sunday by preaching day. killing at Lexprice of which Is W, and the INTERIOR tho committee believed that if elected on the Harris-Mcrri- tt Mrs. Hirrm: Phnnyiiackrr and JofitNAL ono year lor &I.50. Subtcdbo would fill the office the best I could, ington. He unmercifully scored Judge Faulconcr, calling him "an ignorant pretty daughter, Miss Gertrude, of at onco If you would tnke advantage of If not well." ICIngtivllle, were here shopping Wed- this unparalleled olfor. Mr. Lynn Is very much worried that young man who knew nothing of law nesday. such an erroneous statement as the C-- and justice." Cofkky. -- James ColToy, father of concerning him gave, should gain At the Banister Baptist Association, Miss Nannie Pirnvs, of Somerset, Is visiting her brothers, Messrs. W. II. Messrs. Moos and A. G. Coffey, of the circulation and thinks like the rest of colored, hold at Houston, Va.. resoluand K. II. Pottos, in thoGllbortsCreek Turnorsvllle section, died at his homo us, that its corrcs'ondcnt should stick tions wero adopted denouncing the near Mlddleburg Tuesday morning, to facta or give up his job to one who crime of criminal assault and pledging section. aged IS, and was burled In tho Camp- has more regard for the thcm&elvea to with the Miss LirrriK Hiilm joined Mr. and truth. whites to bring to justice any and all Mrs. Horace Drown at Crab Orchard bell burylug ground near Turnersvlllo who have been and aro guilty of such a Springs yostcnlny and will remain at 10 o'clock Wednesday. Ho was a MATRIMONIAL. devout memberof tho Methodist church revolting crime. sometime. A Michigan man shot his sweetheart Rev. W. S. Grinstead will preach at Mr. Alukrt B. DACUHKKTY.of Lex- and a good man In many ways. and committed suicide. ington, Is visiting his cousin, Mlss.Mol-li- e the Methodlbt church next Sunday Wheat Trust. Tho following An Brie, Pa., man beat his wife fa- morning nnd night. He has been Daugherty. He Is a knight of the who aro neighbors, have gone intally and killed a man who attempted preaching a series of sermons on the shooting stick. to an agreement to hold their wheat "Sermon on the Mount" and those SunMrs. Dryant Y. Hours, of the for a better price anil to use all honor- to Interfere. George Houp, 21, nml Miss Ruthic day will bo a continuation of that subPreaohorsvlllo section, fell from the able means to advance tho price of that )Krch while sweeping Tuesday and cereal: Messrs. Forontus Reid, Win. Wright, 20, were married at Klngsville ject. "The Inner Life of Holiness" is his morning subject and "The Outer broke one of her arms. Deck, S. T. Harris, T. A. Coulter, W. yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Gladstone celebrated Life of Holiness" his evening. Mrs. W.J. Romans and daughter, II. Murphy and William Burton. They The methods adopted by the stewards of Lancaster and Miss Hessle Yantis, own about 10,000 bushels and will keep tho f)Sth anniversary of their wedding. of tho Methodist church at Alberts-villof Arkansas, are visiting Mrs. W. A. it a long time rather than soli at the The grand old man is SI. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wilson, of LouAla., to replenish a depleted Carson, at Crab Orchard. present price. isville, celebrated tho fl'Jth anniversary church treasury Is as unique as effecMattik Blicin, Missies Sallikand WE hnve Slfi in our Inside jMwket of their marriage yesterday. tive. It is a levy of $10 on each tobacof Garvard, brought their friend, Miss Win. Six, in jail at Springfield, 111., co user in tho congregation. In a choice which says shut the collector's olllce Holly, hero Wednesday to take the for this district will be removed from on the charge of bigamy, is said to between his church, his chow or his train for her home at Georgetown. good brother shells out his A. G. Huki'man, R. Richmond to Danville. Long tlmoago have married III women within the past cash, the Mr. and Mrs. cash. 12 months. II. Logan and wife, Misses LUzlo and in a conversation with the prospective Burhl Perkins, aged HI, and Mr?. Mary Logan and Fordyco Logan were collector, Hon. John W. Yerkes, he VICINITY NEWS. was not improbable, if Elizabeth Goings, 7(1, were married at yesterday's Lincoln county contribu- told us that it Coal operators in the Middlesboro ho got the npolntincnt, that the olllce Winchester, I ml. Perkins had been tion to tho Richmond Fair. Richmond would bo removed. Ho is now in Wash mnrried four times and is the father of district voluntarily raised tho wages of Mil. Jok S. RlCK went to the miners 10 cents per ton. Tuesday, where he will remain for sev- ington urging tho removal and what 21 children. Atoka, Boyle county, hns been re At Atlnnta, Ga., Dan Wlngfield, days, after which ho will join his ho goes after ho generally gets. eral . aged OS, and Mary Kldd,agcd 104, were established as a postotllco and J. B. wife at Cave City and go to the NashTHE Doss has recommended she foville Bxiwsltlon. Mr. W. 11. Petlus Is llowing for postmasters: Lloyd Simpson married last week. Both were attired Seay is made jwstmaster. W. S. Young, former postmaster at in their very best, and went away as taking his place at the dej)ot. at Stinnett, Anderson coanty; R. J. happy as children to celebrate a honey- Berca, has been taken to jail at LouisW. Hockkii, Or. Bugle, MR. and Mrs. J. Grey Hawk, Jackson county; ville for embezzling iGQQ while he was Hawkins Drown, Mesdames Mary J. S. II. Graves, Nevada, Mercer county; moon. Young Mr. Welch, of Logan county, In olllce. Weathorford and Salllo Shipman, and W. R. Ward, Livingston. Rockcastle Dr. W. B. McClure, whoso first wife Misses Dollle Williams, Lou Hooker coonty; T. D. Johnson, Bagdad, Shel- who ran off with Miss Letch ford nnd married her, hasn't a dollar in the was a daughter of Mr. II. C. Farris, of passand Lucy Alcorn, of Ilustonville, by county; J. II. Dickerson, Buckeye, world, It is said. With a buxom, lov- this place, has been appointed pension ed through to Crab Orchard Springs Garrard county; J. L. Johnson, Kings-villing young bride of ID, why should he examiner at Lexington. Tuesday to spend several weeks. Lincoln county, and A. D. Root, want anything The Dugan murder case for tho killelse.? Louisville Hedgevllle, Boyle county. Times. Wo can't seo unless he wants ing of Colson, was continued at . . HOME NEWS, until noxt Tuesday on account is not adding to the earth, which isn't half so good. The Courier-JournJohn A. Wallace, son of John W. of tho absence of witnesses. tits spectacles seientlllcally. a cerDanks Its populurify here, except with Wallace, the blacksmith, and Miss Thomas Schalch, a prominent memnew Can- tain class of republicans, by permitting Mattlo, the pretty daughter of W. B. ber of tho Laurel Swiss colony, living "Warren & Shanks, line, a correspondent who has no regard for dles. tho truth, to misrepresent democrats. Holdcrmau, drove to Ilustonville yes- near Bcrnstadt, hanged himself with a ..V SHANKS, Fruit Cans, If that paper is desirous of printing terday and were to havo been married chestnut withe. Unrequited love was WaRRKN the cause. Jars and Gums. tho truth, will It not say that tho with- at 5 o'clock. Both arc popular young Norman Argo, a Negro midget, was coplo nnd their marriage is tho result drawal of Mr. Lynn from tho demoattacked by hogs and almost instantly Larukst assortment of school tab- cratic ticket had nothing to do with of a longthy courtship. lets, best and cheapest. W. D. Mc- - tho money question, as ho himself voMiss Virginia File, of Nashville, killed in a pen at Paint Lick. Ho was Roberts. who will bo pleasantly remembered in almost 100 years old and tho smallest ted for Bryan, or better will It glvo in THE Methodist church isbeingtreat-o- d full tho Interview with Mr. Lynn pub- Danville as a visitor of Miss Annie man in Central Kentucky. Bruce, is to bo married Tuesday of to a coat of paint. J. J. Dclden & lished elsewhere in this Issue ? noxt week to a Mr. Adams, also of Co. aro doing tho work. Stephenson. Mrs. Margaret McR. Nashville. Advocate. Miss Fito was . Strayed. A bronze Jcrsoy heifer Stephenson, wife of W. T. Stopnenson, also the guest of Miss Mary Bruce, of Farmers always will have good luok with Hog Remedy, calf, 14 months old. Information of of Crab Orchard, whoso serious Illness this place, who gave a party in her their hogs when fed Dr. Haas' swine. Thouthe only reliable- medicine for thankfully received. II. T. Harris. of pneumonia was noted in our last, honor. her sands ot testimonials from leading breeders 0 M. yesterday, aged 72. Sho Nicholas Warrisse und Mario Kronno and feeders. Tor sale, by in town died at a. THERE are two preachers TANNER llltOS., McKlnuey, Ky. was fully prepared for the great change were to havo boon married at New Alwho wero formerly telegraph opera and during her illness spoke often of bany Tuesday, but tho marriage was tors Eld. J. T. Shnrrard and Kov. J. her desire to be at rest. Over 5.'J years declared off by tho prospective bride D. Crouch. ago sho joined tho Presbyterian church at the church. The couple were sweetTHE colored institute, Miss Kato hero and having been faithful unto hearts In and War-riss- o Dlaln tolls us, will bo held at Huston death sho will now rccoive u crown of after establishing himself in busivlllolnBtead of Danville, on a dato to bo life. Sho was the mother of eight ness in this country sent for her. Sho children, all but threo, John F., J. A. arrived hero four weeks ago and ) repnamed hereafter. and George Stephenson, having died. arations wore made for tho wedding, A NUMHER of leading republicans Her brother and stater, J. M. MoRob-crt- s but she became homesick and dissatisworn bore vesterdav. drawn thitlier wo Parttcn having inventions they and Mrs. Martha Jones, wero with fied and could not bo persuaded to have tect should procure their patents with to prothrough out tho supiose, by a deslro to see what Inventor's Manual, a book containing her In her last hours and witnessed tho tho ceremony performed. Wednesday agency. patents, inodu ot procedure, etc., cio. cost of and democratic comtnittco wouiu death struggle, whoso pains no opiate sho left on her return to France. other information, tent forSc. stamp. OurlUt of patents Minted, fur which large itrmi Tho funeral will of money are offered, sent with theManual.ree. Q. & C. excursion to Cincinnati next was able to relieve. morning at 11 tn tho Tho deal by which an English syndl. Wo find purchasers for patents procured Sunday, Aug. 1, at usual low rates. occur this, Friday, Crab Orchard when cato becomes owner of nearly all tho through our agency. In Branch offices In all thi principal cities and all foreign countries. Summer resorts open. Coney Island, Baptist church at Champion- Rev. Ben Helm will ofllciate, after coal mines in tho Jclllco district is THE WORLD'S PROCRESS, tho Lagoon, tho Zoo, etc. will bo brought practically closed and Agent Henry O. J. Bailht, Manager, ship garao of base ball, tho Reds vs. which tho remains 7 PLUM T., CINCINNATI, O Cemotery for Interment, ar- Taylor is on tho ground to make a final Ask agents or ace to Buffalo tho Clovolands. report. urt to meittfoM this riving about 2 p. M. small bills for particulars. . m m - Haas' Hog Remedy NOT ONLY 1 Prevents Your Hogs from Dying, JjyHut makes them fatten. A sure euro. n, Mr.it-SllO- N PENNY'S DRUG STORE. e, n. court-hoiis- WMmiMMM'MM IK'J 531 & ... Way-nesbu- rg $ w, i Scfioof Book. Everything In stock to supply your wants. al e tTI iH ffl is call SCHOOL TABLETS And Stationery at the Lowest Cash Prices. m & W. B. MoBOBERTS. DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. ) MMW!mmMM -- SEE OUR- - adis-astro- us m m merry-maker- s. Cultivators, Wacjorjs, Buggies, CHRRIHGES, HKRNESS, &C. Best and Largest Line of Implements in town. See us before buying. ... RRICES LOWER THAN EVER Known Before. Satisfaction Guaranteed. B. K. WE A REN & SON. y"i Oct 1 J. te Will t bo semi-annual gen-me- n, CLOSED Monday, Aug 2d, in order to take our invoice. (53 e, lor the new goods we advertise next week. jfc$ I Greater Inducement 1 than ever for you to trade with us. : 85 i & SEVERANCE & SON. m$mwzmmm'mmffimmm& Son of fligfiLQDiist Herfl Reg. Poland Cftiqas. CLAUDE, No. 13,691, won of tho World') Columbian Champion, Claude, No. 11,007. Flno. toppj' young boars ready for hervlco. A few show gilts old enough to breed, and bred sows In overv respect, with a specialty, for sale, This stock la strictly first-cla- ss pedigrees. Prices reasonable und satisfaction guaranteed. Write your wants or corno null seo my hogs. A few fresh Jerey Cows for sale. They aro good ones. Also Mammoth I'ekln Duck A. E. HUNDLEY, Ilov 105, Danville, Ky. Eggs. SI for 13. Klcver's Model, Headed by U. S. lyiODEL, greatest breeding No. 29.710. tho I0. 38,353. hog living, anil IIUNDLEYS1 e, Bar-bourvil- lo al Superior Disc Drill. McKinney, Ky., Apr. 22, 'i)7. MiissRS. HinaiNS & McKinney Dear Sirs I purchased one of your Superior Disc Drills in the Fall of 189b' ami sowed 100 acres of wheat with it. I found it to he one of the best ninchines I ever used. It is far superior to all other drills. I would not undertake to sow a crop without one, for there is no choking up and getting out of order with them. They do their work perfectly and with light draft. The grass seeder is also a great improve-ment'ovother drills, for the grass seeder attachment can bo used without using the wheat attachment. I recently sold a half interest to my neighbor, J. A. Given?, and he has been sowing oats and grass seed with it and is so well pleased with it that he carries it to Yours truly, J. L. Bi:ck. shelter every night. ... m "Care Makes Luok." - T er Alsace-Lorrain- e, rocyiEjoL.p Patents W anted. Ait NT H. C. RUPIEY, -- THEMERGH ANT TAILOR- -- Is Receiving his- - 01-30- jajr. GOODS. SPRING AND SUMMER Give him a Call. Guaranteed. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit u 3- - '" ' ," i -- - M- - W THEINTMORJOORNAL 3?v."bU.olioiTMe Aayo',aja.3. FARM AND TRADE, your wheat with us and get tho beneilt of tho advance, If any. J. H. Baughmun fc Co. Bales bought of D. E. Armstrong and others of Franklin county, 200 cattle at from 4 to 4 cts. G. A. Swlnebroad sold during tho last fow days some butcher cattle at 2!o and a few work cattle at 3c. 'SQUIRE BAILEY DENIGS OF IT. To the Editor ol tho I.ntmhok Jovrxat.. Store rtldavo S3 PJCliY:HLA.ltIN"JVDV.Y'ClC When not nopal J S2.SO will be charged r. l OMMOINIEIMMO MM Ewes. Further information, wrlto to Win, M. Cooper, Box 209, Somerset. Noel & Son bought of W. I Tate INSURANCE COMPANY KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. 500 bushels of wheat at Goo and of J. II. 1 p. m a. in. anil Trains leave Stanford at Bauguman A: Co. 1,500 bushels at same MlllcdgevUle and one below Mllledge- OF LIVERPOOL. returning aH S5 t. iiKan0905 p. in. price. vlllo. Mr. Dalton accepted tho jury KNOXVILLE DIVISION. Woods fc Lynu bought of K. E. and had tho privilege of accepting or 12 37 p m .. No. 21 Train colng North Gaines (50 sheep at S2.H0; of Jasper Liv- rejecting a majority verdict and acBURBEE 3 13 " --' " No. 26 " 12 01pm " South ingston 11 at same price, and of J. M. cepted It. 1 did not issuo the writ. No. 25 " MANA()i:iUS, 127 ii in " " No.!M " Coffey 70 at' $2.50. That was done by Judge Dawson. Tor MllPoIuts. It is said that Bud" Smith, a farmRespectfully, John Bailey. Oommorco .Building, Louisville. runo'ioit TICKETS SOLD. IIAOOAOB CIIKCKED THROUGH. er of Woodford county, had 300 hogs well loomed nml rout rcnonu-lil- e. Ageuti Throughout the South. and lost the entire lot by cholern RESPECT THE STOMACH. Two Talkers. Terms cimy. Tor any Information enquire ot MISS M. S. I.OOAN, wit llusloiivllle. If v. save one sow and one pig. Everybody who knows how Congress, JOE S. RICE, Agent, Few people do have respect for tho man Coimou of Illinois waves his hands Dr. Hugh Rcid sold 123 barrels of Stanford, Ky. stomach. If a thing "tastes good" and in tho air when ho talks and IKal Agent, s how corn to tho Laurel Coal Co. at 81.75 de Is Ky., REI QUEEN & CRESCENT. not so hot or so cold as to be painful of Pennsylvania fills tho air with livered at the cars. He has sold a to the mouth or throat, It is swallowed Stanford, - - - Kkntucky. litis for Side. noise when ho makes a Kpecch will ap Trains pass Junction City as follows: iTtf number of smnll deliveries at $2. 11 57 a m No. 2 North by too many people regardless of con- preciate tno iollowmg dialogue: i 02 p m No. HSouth 8 4Gam GOLDDDST HORSES, " 4 11 21pm The Lawrenceburg News says that sequences. 3 " No. Caiuion You make a gtxxl speech, " " " 11 ' 130pm 20 cattle, which on the 21st of April, ni No. 5 " 6 00 a in " 10 " 8 20 p m No. 9 " Do not give tho stomach food that Brwsins, but why don't you lower your I'or liotli Sadilli) nml tlrtriuws Purpose. Also tones? I ciui hoar you just as woll out Note Nos. 5 and do not run Sundays, 9 and 10 were weighed and again Saturday last go no further South thnn Junction City, netlhcr had gained 30o pounds to the head and will irritate it or retard it in tho perin tho lobby as I can in tho house. a Jersey and Suudiys. Cattlo, Poland China do.they run formance of its natural functions or it DKAI.RK IN DrotrftiH (sadly) Yes, Cannon, I were sold at $3S. Kegs, Southdown Sheep. will retaliate in a way that is decided FRANKFORT ANDcTnCINMATI RY. It Is estimated that if tho blackber- ly unpleasant. A headache, a "lump" know it. I do talk a little loudly, but Pleaswhen I get excited I rvallv have to lot Cliolru Individual if ttpst NtraliiH. full or VIA UEOUUhTOWN. ry crop of Southern Kentucky could wrlto jour wants. or "heavy feeling" In the stomach and my voice out I cannot help it r. M. A. M A.M. P.M. have been picked and placed on the 200 Lre. Somerset, Arl25S 2 55 Cannon (reprovingly) But why don't Irritations of the skin are mostly symp8 20 market, It would have brought $1,000, " 11 31 3 IS Jet. City. C30 4 50 toms of disordered digestion resulting you cultivate tho habit of speaking low? Oriag Bros.' Pure Bred Poultry. Arr Oeorgetown, Lt 9 35 5 05 ' Fraukfort, 3 00 000 at 10 cents per gallon. 30 1155 7 20 lloylo Co. Poultry Yard. urooius (placing Ids hands on Canfrom unwholesome food. o 825,000 worth of Madison county catA word to 5 30 6 40 S 10 Arr I'arls powders are responsi- non's shoulder and smoking deliberate- thlttlajr ami tliM fanner. If you make money In Alum baking llmoii iuiitWiii with the with Dally except Sunday tle were sold this week for export to ble for the larger part of this unwhole ly) Well, to tell the truth. Cannon, I in! kri thorutuhlinslii. Thry miliiro cntllrr tlnm C.D. BERCA W, O. P. A. cannot lower my voice any more than profit of more tliau So wrrnt. ThoarrjiiKviiiriit England. Welhl got ISO and Bales 172. some food, for is a no mix In High-Gradfact well recog- you can keep your hands dowu when otuiir yanla l utli that Ihrrvean it Fertilizers and OoaU They weighed from 1,300 to 1,500 and nized by physicians Weed. We Riiaratilr all sw tortile when lil'il. Royal make the food pure, that alum renders you talk. 11. II, Ilol I'll OauiM 4 to 4 J. liui. wiling ol IS KtntS ''f" brought Register. wholesome and delicious. Ofllco un food indigestible and unwholesome. M to Goodi Warranted as Ilcresentcd. And Cannon moved off in deep Stirtr Olchratrd I'll (Smiio ..'") Kentucky River Fruit Company " " " WhlteCrvMrd HUrk IWlili Main Street, opjnslto V.lmore'i cUorv. The danger to health from this cause thought. Washington Post, JO lUsl Cap, linirUsl it of Owen ton, are making largo ship Is Stanford, Kentucky lllack Minorca, M.il so Imminent that it behooves every Ji ll SllrrrUwl W)aihl.lte, ments of peaches daily, says the News. one to adopt precautionary measures to lUwk, ' " " JI.W J L TOTTKN. Sw.iisx.iN. llamsl llymouth Nothinw to Wear. Tho total crop will amount to 00,000 All lrrvl tcoie lve '.) lnt. A mother wjw renroviiitf her lnrco keep alum baking powders, which are CltAKi 11UOS., rrut., Junction City. Ky. bushels. The company expects to real now so numerous, from the kitchen family of daughters tho other day beTHOUOroilllUKIl $1 per bushel ou the entire crop. Ize ! cause one of them had dared to give stores. It will be found that those A WOUD TO John B. Graves sold to Simon Welhl powders sold at a lower price than Roy- vent to tho timo honored seiitimuC, Tho most pro130 fat cattle In two lots, one averaging OWNERS. line of all breed., al aro almost Invariably mauo from "I've nothing to wear." Tho girl hod offered it tw iui excuse for not going 1,094 pounds, the other 1,614 ounds at attain tho greatalum, and are thereforo of inferior somewhere, "Nothing to Are you Insured if not, why not? est weight, fatten wearl" echoed 4.40. Mr. Welhl regarded them as the of duellings and burns piod ns jours easily at nny ncu. quality and dangerous to health. the mother in tho touo that makes tho finest lot of cattle that ever left GeorgeHoars ready for n The safer way Is to look for the little cold chills chase each other up service tillts mid sows air idy bred 1'lgw town. Times. red and yellow label of tho Roy- and down your spino at a 2 M0 pace. of either ux. uotnkln Questions and Owing to abundant grass, there was a al Baking promptly answered. Powder. That Is certain to "Nothing to wear indeed! Well, I'm demand for cattle at Winchester Mon. cover a powder free from alum. Tho proud to bo ablo to say that I never yot J. U. & H. J. L'cnOBSnTS, Stanford. day and 350 were sold, best at 4c, fat Royal is made of cream of tartar, a pure refused an invitation because of my Kvery year. Involving tlio loss of millions of Absolutely Pure dollar. Wli should 3011 e.ect to esCajH' I have opened a oluip nt the fork heifers at 3 to 3Jc and common as low wholesome fruit acid derived from clothes." For a minute there was of tho from jenr to year T Hustonville nud Mllletlp'vlllt pikM. near Then tho voice of tho irreverent as 2 to 2!c, 300 mountain weathers sold Mr. I. Hold's and am prepared to do all grapes. It is renowned for adding youngest woe heard. "Yen," she said. Your Froporty May Burn at 82.40 and a lot of mountain stock kind of qualities to tho food, as "but that iwi't saying how many time BAKJha fOwOCn CO., NIW YORK. ewes, 82.25 to $2.50. enr. within n month, wltliln 54 Within making liner and better you've gone to places looking like a hours. Why should you expire Ilia well as for Blacksmithing and Woodwork, According to returns made to the food. perfect frighi ' Now York Sun. oMenrs of honest toll to los ly m auditor the crop of leaf tobacco in thU manner. n hlnfflo tire, which can destroy It In mi At the lowest prlcos nud lit the Kunrautcti all my work. I will tnko alt hour 7 Sillcltlnc n idmru of your pitronno State last year was only 150,527,111 THE LAND OF THE SKY EUclric liittert. kinds of country produce, oxcept for horse i(eMMctruiiy, pounds, which Is a falling off of nearly nhouliiir which Is GO cents, caali. Tleaso glvo Klectnc Hitler I. a medicine for any The average trip to the sea shore or on. but n?rhai mors crnrrally ailtrl when ttio tittMcil Hustonville, - - - - Kentucky 80,000,000 from the 1893 crop. This was JESSE D. WEAKEST, nio a klinru of your pntrouap.'. II. MAVKrf. prevail. whu the C. northern resorts is much like all other languid, permitted feeling the lirvdofa Ionicliver l torpid and Itiggiih and and West Lincoln the smallest yield since 18S7, when the Offers his services u the people of General A Rent, - - - - Stanford. Ky felt A Casey counties. Kull stock of CotSnsand Cask.. market was the highest since tho war. summer trips in many particular, but alteratlvo i long and prmiint uw of thli medicine of and ten avert perhn fatal U always on hand. south In the heated season No medicine will act more aiirrly In Mllotu fever. counteracting Co. 95 An egg factory is being located at a trip to the 0. 6. Carpenter. Manager. poison. & in search of a .cool place Is something and freeing tlietem from the malarialMulm-w- i , Headache Indigestion, Contlatlon Beaver Falls, Pa., which will manu OFSTANf-UllDKV. Different in its yield to Klettric ilitten. SOc aud $1.00 per bottle facture eggs at such a prico as will different altogether. at W. 1(. McltobertJ PrugMore. s (they don't have of hot F&Ii up CaplUl, 9200,000 00 drive every hen out of lack Fresh &Uimh at the Head. Sarplui, lean now supply tho people with e.xcel- - the business. The shell and contents sunstrokes In the South). Different in Corn and liny, 17,603 80 Candy of many varieties and superior Aug. J the that It Is comparatively Inexpensive. ort, La., Hogcl, "Dr. leading driigvlit of Shreve Order Office ami Keml Kxchanie, near the lUllroad lljr pruvlslons of Us charter, CroMlug, iHpot btns't, toncy every day. I am making It myself are to bo so much like the real article King' jv5. 'ew IiUcovery Is tho desltors aro a fully protected as aro deluir In National lUakj, and guarantee satisfaction. Give me a cull. that experts can not tell tho dlffereucc. Different in tho ubsence of perspiring only thing that cureK my rui.gh and It l the - neller I have." J. It aharrholders brlliK held Indlvlduallr liable to Camplivll, merchant ot J, A . STEPHENSON. Stanford. of humanity everywhere about "Hr. Klug'a New Discovery Ii Aria , write the extent of the amount ol their stwk thtrtla al Col Yard, Mill Street, lately J. II. Hlgglns'. There is not much doing just now In crowds SatUfactlon iuarantsd. the par valu tlierttif, In addition to the amount in. one. Different in altitude you can go all that clalnusj for It; It never falli and I U a aiire the cattle trade and farmers aro not euro for vesUsl In such sham. It mar net as e editor, ad. can not cuiittln and nddt. of hundreds of say enough for lis merit " Dr King' New !! ralnlstrator, trustee, Ac , as fully as an linllvldual. anxious to sell. Grass Is plentiful and up thousands instead covcry for Cuutumptlon, Con gin and Colds Is not Tendering our thanks to those who bare entrust-e! and get the bracing anexixrlmeiit It hat ls?n trleil for a nuarler of a their business to us, we trust thejr will cuntlnu becoming moro so; It must be eaten and feet above MUS..U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. tn.da'y stands at the heat!. It never you home again in rcntur)-anto do o, and we otter as a K''nts, for pMiuiit at. the farmers say If they part with their air which brings Kree trial lttle at W. II. McltoU-rtdlsap.,int Crali Orchard now has the finest tonsorlal tentlou touiuourWfisn' exerlen(e In bank : unig Store. artist In thu ctuntry In lliu person of amuki. lug; and as literal aceouiiuotlatiou a are consistent cattle, they cannot profitably replace vigorated. round-trilllKCMOiir, wlio handles thu scissors and with sound banking. rate for a de88.00 is the splendfd them just now. Winchester DemoNewly furnished; clean beds; DiaKCTON. In expert stylo. Call on I1I111 when you lightful trip to that famous Southern The oet Bucklin'tthe world Sake. bruise rnwir a clean shave or stylish haircut, i" Porters crat. want J. J. Willluiis, Mt. Vernon; table. Everything alve In for Ho the center aorea, ulcers.ult rheum, fever ore.cuts,, chapn. ii. uuiuiuin. 1, mountain resort Ashe vi 89 rreariiersvl let tetter, trains. m!Ct Robert Cornwell, a Barton-countII..I.. J. S Owler.Sr, and all skin eruption. of what Is known us "Tho Land of the ped hands, rlillhlalns, corn noimy reulred. It is William (looch, S II Shanks, positively cure pile or It Mo., farmer after numerous experiy. J. Luibry, J V. Cash. via the Queen & Crescent ?uarajtceil to give erfect satisfaction or money V Carjwuter. J. K, l.vnn, A 2S cent ments, thinks he has succeeded In de- Sky." This er box. Korsalebyw.il. J. N. Meneftsa Route, aud the Southern R'y from Lex- McKoberts, veloping a potato that will grow withorriCKK. TIS I1D SHEET IBM TOKS, ington, Saturday, August 7th. Tickets S. H. Shanks Trrsldeut, out vines. They grow entirely under TO CURE A GOLD IN ONE DAY. good 10 days to roturn. J. II. Uwsley. Cashier, KY., ground, and will do away with the fear at this rate are W M Ilrl.lit, T.IIer Itromo Take All Bfcjfa.T"r-'ijHtSixteen hours ride through the Blue Druggist Laxative the moneyQuinine Tablets. For refund If It Oil to Cure. of potato bugs, which cost so much to Diamond Itoof Dean' Sole Bridge, down the bale by V II. Jlcltobert, CrlgA Ilocker. aud (J. Taint. proprietor of jumlshcdlllack painting wood, across High for Ksllmite L. IVimy, Druggists, Stanford, Ky, destroy each season, not to mention the Grass, metal and Iron raol. Satisfaction iunrantced All FIRSTNATIONALBANK Emory and through the irountaln6 of roof painted with Dean' lllack Diamond Taint : : Ky. damage they do. Cistern Tuuiw East Tennessee to the French Broad Sloan's Liniment curei cramp or colic nnd warranted for year. Dealer In OK STANKOUD, KV. W. It. Mcltolx'rts has It. aiidtialvaniietl Iron Filters, (iatvaiilzed ami HUck river and for some 40 miles along that nil aches nud pain. Iron ItnoQiigof all kinds. Office on Lancaster street at residence At Palmyra, Mo., Daniel Rose shct Capital Stock S100.000. Surplw $15,750. and mortally wounded Dr. J. W. Nor-ri-s beautiful mountain stream. Tho Asho Sloan's Ltulmuiit Is the reut family remA. S. vllle altitude is 2,500 feet, with protect- edy. It penetrates mi oulcUy. Sold by W. ! of thn public Attention railed to tho Lictthal when ho caught him In a compro H."McKolH!rts. Stunfonl. this Is the only .Nation! Hank In Stanford. Unmising position with his danghter. ing peaks double that height, giving Surgeon All (tersons desiring IKiist Tost for plank fence, der thu protisluiis ol tho National Hank Act capital slock, Illcvclo wiru feme Dentist, Just before his death KorrU said: "I that peculiar beauty and dryness for tlielrlamo rlderS tnko the "kink" out of lostaiid inrallliiKormar Cclar can Mini wbat they dciMMltor are secured not only by tintor an amount Creek, on the pike but by thu stockholder' liability world. hack ultli Sloan's Liniment. For want t jr store do not censure Mr. Rose at all, for had which It is noted throughout the of this InstituI also equal tu the stock, so that leAilIng from Crab Orchanl to Stanford sale liy W. II. Mcltoberts. ."100 days a year; Perfect v Ky. sworn keep on band a supply of plank fur feiiclns. All tion urn secured by a fund of J.0,ix) I been pluced In tho same position as Sunshine for alisi board atutciitcutaof tho enuilltlonol tho Hank are made kinds of lumbt.T for bnlldlnz o hotel service; Tho most elaborate Former United Status Senator Doc- - and shinnies. All ervins tleslrluK any article ol each J ear to the United States oeruimiit ami Ita he I would have done the same thing nvH'tsaittniaiiillieil atatntetl times by KOvrriiliietil Utaceorer McRolicrts' Druj Store in the Owsley this kind can call on me at my store. residence and domain In America, little is (lend. nt;cuts, thus KiurlcR additional and vrfcct sjlel except that I would have used a better Hulldiug. . V SINOLLTON. Si Creek. totleptxltor. Scenery unsurpassed aud gun. He did what any loving father at Biltmore; This mt tu Hon orlultinlly establishett a the on a scale of actual granduer. Hank ol Stanford In IW, then reorganized u would have done under similar elrcum-tances& the National Hank ofStantord In Im andairaln Write to us for books describing rvurKanlied'aa the Tlrst National Hank of Stanford POPULAR THE D ..Troprlctors... In Issj, ha had practlcully an unlutfrruplid exist, W. U. Tho coroner's jury at Ashevillc, N. Ashville, will send them free. Q. The NIOKELL MAGAZINE ence for year. It letter supplll now wit", &C. Rincarson, Gen'l Pass'r Agent, wnnts good reliable agents to can LIVERY.FEED& SALE.STABLE tacllltles for tnin sailing btislnru promptly and lib C, returned a verdict that "Mrs. Minerlly than ferleforo In Its long aud honorable O. vns for subscriptions A verv career. Accounts of Individuals, fiduciaries, nrm nie L. Cocke came to her death by a Route, Cincinnati, good ratu of cash commission will Ky. and individuals solicited. Chesapeake & Ohio excursion to Hot shot llred from a pistol in herown hand be given, or bicycle premiums If DIRECTORS. s Springs, Va., and White Sulphur Turnout, prompt attention, very V. with suicidal intent, and there aro no preferred All material and bam reasonablo rates A itortion of your patninago I Held, Llucoln Co.; J. V. llayden, Stanford Springs. W. Vu., on Friday, July 30th, S. T. Harris, . H. !Iaiihmau, 18 pie copies furnished free. Apply respectfully solicited grounds to suspect that any other perT.I-- . Hill, J; S. Ilocker, " 11:25 A. nt once. for trains leaving Lexington at K. U Tanner, McKlnney. Y. A. Trlhlile, son was a party to tho deplorable, fatal " J.H. Colllfr.Crab tlrch'd; M. J. Miller, Mt.Veinon. M. and 8:o0 i M., tno unesapcaKo .v ait." M, D.hliuore, ttanford. Nickell Magazine, round-tri- p tickets to A rich quarjz field is said to have Ohio Ry. will sell orricms. 180 Summer Street, Hot Springs, Va., for 87 and to While 1. S. Ilocker, Tresldcnt; J. J. Mcltobens, Caahler been found on the Stewart river In Boston, Muss. A. A. McKlnney, AwlstantCasliler. Alaska not far from Dawson City. A Sulnhur Snrinsrs. W. Va., for $0, tick military post will bo established at ets good returning 10 days from date of I Circle City and a detachment is ready sale. For further particulars call on or MOiMSIIfcfl Of Lincoln and Garrard. tt to move. It is said that Canada Is pre- write to George W. Barney, dlv. pa.s. Owtntf to the wet weather last year most paring to exact a royalty on gold min- agt., Lexington, Ky. UOUTK. all of tho wheat In thu country was damaged in tho Klondike region. fc Crescent Route. ed, and to do our customers Justice wo hud Low rate9 Queen The Heat Line toaud From them In order Defaulter Dick Tato's daughter and Low rate tickets from Q. & C. points to grind It for for others wiio to lioldnurcus-torn- , and also wuru customTOLEDO AND brother-in-laand two of his friends for the following meetings: ers of other mills which would not to All Toluts In Michigan. customers, and as thev their old swear that Tato was heard from freGrand Castle Knights of tho Golden have good wheat thU yunr wo think they : quently for about eight months after Eagle, Morehead, K'., August ought to patronize us as others would not CHICAGO. his lllght but that, so far as they know, Commercial Law League of America; accommodate them last year. Our flour "White City ScUd." Co., this year will give tho best of satisfaction Hest Terminal Station 1897. Ticknothing has benu heard of him directly O., July and wo will guarantee lt to all, as we have or Indirectly since December 188U. FOUNDED 18O0. be sold to either Sandusky or To- new cloths In our mills. Thanks for past ets to LOUIS. favors. We aro Very Ko.spectfully Yours, AToldlng tho Tunnel Frank Howard, of Alexander, Ind., ledo, O. MOKKDJ I'itEI). Knights of Pythias, (colored), Colthought he heard a burglar in his room BOSTON. 3. and llred In tho direction from whence umbus. O.. Auirust STANFORD, KV. 0 Wagner.Sleeplng Car. GEORGE H. the noe (MM en to find came.he Ho was horror strickTOANK J. KKED. YORK. that had fatally wounded Low Rates. Last excursion this Chlcmro. G.T.A., Uuflet Parlor Car, Waijner Sleeping Cars, Trlrat his little sister who Tiad gone Into his year to Niagara Fulls, Thursday, Au Compartment Cars, Llegant Coaches and Din- K. ir. 11ACOX, gust 5th, via Queen & Crescent Route room to scare him. iug uars. LoulnTllIe. 1. P. A., !M particand Big Four. Ask agents for STANFORD, KY. Be sure your tickets read Tla "I1IQ FOUU" Every Farmer mid Stock Ky. Box 44f (MO keep Sloan's LInlmont 011 hand Rubor should ulars. I S) I E. O. McCOKMICK, D. R. MARTIN, for mi emergency. Ask your nolglibor and lie will toll Tassenger TrafflcJMgr., e For soro throat or palnjln your chest uso lias had 12 yoars'a practlco boforo all tho den. Pass. A Tkt. Agt. at ressonsble rates All kinds of repairing 0IMOIN1MOMOIN1 you why. Sold qy W. U. McKoberts. Depa tmeuts in Washington City, 9 Sloan's Llulment. Sold by W. U. McUobeits. Upholstering specialty. Satisfaction guiraaeeJ CINCINNATI, OHIO. pce-we- o uMzMl mnm. Fou Sale Cheap. tfOO No. 1 stock July 20. Having noticed in Friday's issuo of your paper a statement made by your Moreland correspondent concerning tho trial of J. D. Dalton, In which he states that there was trigger work in tho matter of Impaneling tho jury and that there was u man brought from Turnersvllle for tho purpose of making a conviction, 1 denounce both sUitomouts as being false. The jury was composed of good men and all of them are voters In the precinct in which Mr. Dalton votes and three of them live in Moreland. one In MoitELAXD, In a Flywheel. A most remarkable ocenrreneo show-lu- g tho vitality of little niiiiualrt attracted attention at tho Anderson Knife nml Bar works in Aiidernon, Ind. A sparrow flew into the factory, and, getting too Discorvtent- near a small wheel, was sucked in. Tho ln 1'nst. To Enjoy tho Summer go to workmen noticed it go into the wheel, but, knowing that It was revolving at a speed of 130 iier minute, took it for granted that tho bird had boon killed. They did not even stop. When the machinery was shut down at noon, they were nonplused to hoar a como from the wheel. They climlied tip to it mid found tho bird in a dazed condition clutched on to tho strengthening rods on Address for Ternn, Ac, tho inside. Ho was picked off and put down on a tablo. After collecting his GUS. H0FMAN2T, Propriotor, wits he at last spread his wings and new away. 3'J I'mb Orchard, ICv. Calculations show that tho wheel made about 31,000 revolutions while ho was inside and that ho was carried a distauco of about 73.8 miles. CincinA carefully, Stock of Millinnati Enquirer. ery, oinlirucfiip Everything INunlly Curried. The Winter PIANOS AND PAGANS. Decker IlroV. I'litno. Unities tiros'. I'lnnns, Ellington I'lrv.ios, I). II. Baldwin IMnnos. l'lscliur Pianos, Ac. Estey Organ, Hamilton Organ1) mid other Mnhos, Sou my floods and (let Mv I'ltces lleforo you V. T. WHITE, frali Orchard. 10 liuy. John. Castlkma. A.O. I.A.MIAV, Of Your CRAB ORCHARD SPr?VCS. FOR m wull-si'lect- rd sale:. 5 CBSTLEMm Store-roo- 40-- 4t CT. A. TBJBBL.I, Bro-plu- F. D.Stanford, C J, B, HIGGINS, Farm Wagons, ure Vehicles, Shert-Hcr- "6 lUuo-Grti- Agricultural Implements, o I pom AK&0 POWDER DUROC HOGS PROPERTY Tlniu-min- d- well-know- Are Destroyed by Fire or Lightning J ROYAL 11 nccu-inulntl- J. T. SUTTON", 1 Undertaker, lt 32-o- 1 CANDY KITCHEN. noon-day- Farmers Bank&Trast SON, DEALERS IN COKL, NOEL Is--tt Saf-for- Stanford; Kentucky. JVIason Hotel first-clas- s. 1 sea-lev- el NOTICE d 1.ancaster, Kentucky. s p y, DR. W. B. FX2T1TT, t Dru-gls- t. J.T.Jones, STANFORD, 1 Ocntlst, Stanford, PRICE, 5&7 lt STOTICE 'it-t- f I I Stanford, &y rs prl-vat- pur; I MOINIOMM0MOMM mm I I Dc-os- ." EARN MONEY. SHELBY SHELBY, MOM I N1M0M0IMMO(N10M OMO JunctiontCity, Flrst-Has- The OMMOMBMBfl. IWfnl FIRE INSURANCE Lv fmo AiJMom i$0N0 I v! mm BM IMM0IM mWMM mMOMM k WTiM ty VvJ TO THE PUBLIC ilXiO FHENIX OP BROOKLYN. Insurance Company, Insurance BIG 4. ST. w accom-nioda- DETROIT 8. Caledonian Put-in-Bu- y, 27-3- 0, of Scotland. OlMMOIMOMIMOlME) MM OINlOuMOINlOIN MOMMOM urn 3S-- 2t R.B.MAHONY.Agt, H. D. PHILLIPS, mm M'KINNEY, M MO OM NEW Pension & Claim Agent, Gun find Look Stanford, do-- Smith I a -- ii" I'lHi'l i ih, " j ,.