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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897080301 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. t SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVI. VICINITY NEWS. D. A. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, AUGUST 3. HUSTONVILLe. 189T. NO. 45 News Briefly Told Hurdnisburg went dry Saturday by 2!) LANCASTER. Mrs. Elizabeth Beazley, age 7i), mother of W. S. and Richard Beazley, has been ill for some time and was stricken by paralysis Sunday afternoon, from which she Is not expected to recover. John Hnrrls, colored, aged 10 years, stole 810 from Depot Agent Patterson. He attempted to get John E. Stormes to change It, but suspicions were aroused and he was taken before Judge Tot-te- Jones, of Klrksvllle, aged 11, was found duad In bod. James Fryo has put In a bath room In Ills home, which Is a marvel of convenience. Ho ha also had hN largo houso supplied wlthjwntor from top to bottom. The meeting conducted by Revs. W. S. Grlnstead and W. S. Neal closed Friday night. Good crowds attended but the number of conversions and sauctlllcatlons were small. E. D. Kennedy has sold to K. L. Tanner his farm for ?3,000, or alout I2 per aero. Air. Kennedy has bought Mr. Tomllnsou's Interest In tho mill and he and Mr. W. M Dudderar will run It. C. C. VanArsdalo tc Co. have recently put In a bolter which Is of the most modern make and which turns out Hour almost as white as snow. Tho mill is running day and night to supply tho demand for the product. Lyon tc Allen bought a car load of lambs at 'J to 4e; a car load of cattlo nl 2 to 3o and sh!pied them to Cincinnati Saturday. Myers & Allen bought last week a lot of butcher stufT at 2r to 2jo; brood ewes at 2o and some lambs at 3c. Tho colored xople are looking forward to the picnic, cake walk, races and tho like Friday next. Lewis Is general manager, which Is an assurance that good order and a general good time will be had. Tho white lcople are cordially Invited to tho cake walk and races. Mc-Kinn- ey iti e, votes. Hamifton FEMALE Coffeoe, :l6xington, ky. The leading boarding school for young women in the State. Send for catalogue and illustrated Monthly. Drowning has boon apioliited postmaster at Waslota, Dell county. Mrs. Lulu Rued, slater of T. M. and W. K. Caldwell; died at Harrodsburg. Jaraei L. McCoy, of Plnovllle, lato Editor of the Courier, was appointed government timber inspector by tho J.G. A rich lead mine was found in the heart of Joplln, Mo. Tho crew of a ship deserted In Alas- president. Durglars entered tho residence of William Dovore, of Richmond, and secured WW In money and two watches. The family was chloroformed. Mrs. Lena Collingsworth, of Dell county, is starving herself to deatli because sho quarreled with her husband and caused him to leave her. Sho has I who released him when his mother agreed to punish him severely for tho offense. R. G. Ward, John Bourne, John Saunders and Win. Splllman are spoken of us probable candidates for the retu Agriculture, Mechunlctil Engineering, Civil publican nomination for sheriff, but it Oilers Instruction xlr: Mtithemutlcul. Hlologlcal and Chemlc.il. Engineering,nd three lines of Scientific Study, Pedagogy, Chutles on i' of Hlilcli leads to a degree. does not matter which is nominated, Crimea. not tasted food for 40 days. Twenty-EigProfessor und Assistants. Laboratories and Museums Two murderers were hanged und an- forCapt. Dunn, with W. L. Lawson as equipped. County appointees receive Free Tuition, Matriculation. Fuel largo and well Charles 1'. Cecil, Jr., bus bought tho and Lights and other sentenced to death In Alabama deputy, Is sure to come under tho Room Kent. Traveling oenses also given to appointees who remain the full colleglato in the grointerest of D. J. Durham year. Hoard In dormitories S.J.25 per week. In private families 4:1.50 to $3. Hoard, uniFriday. string several lengths ahead. cery tlrm of D. J. tc T. t Durham, and form, books and washing need not exceed 8120 per year. girl at Evansville atA Friday nftcrnoon Ben Gwinn, who Tall Term Ileglns Second Thursday In September. Preliminary Examination!, first Monnew firm will bo kuown as Durham the tempted suicide because her mother has been in several difficulties, losing day In Septemlwr. Cecil. Thu retiring member will f'or catalogues and other Information apply to scolded her. an eye in one, went to tho homo of Advouiko things easy for a while. JRMES K PflTTEKSON, Pr. P., L,. L. P., Pres. The foreclosure sale of the Union Pa- John Scott, a Negro man with but one cate. cific railway has been ordered ut an up- leg, and It Is said took his crutch and Here's a chance for pedagogues: inflicted u wound on tho head and then set price of $.0,000,000. News says that there Tho Montlcello A plucky nurse jumped Into a cistern attempted to etab him with a pocket 14 common school districts in are NEXT SESSION WILL BEGIN SEPT. 0. 1S97. d knife, when Scott got tho knlfeandcut at Owensboro and rescued a Wayne county that are minus a pedaSome changes will then be made In the work of the teachers so as to secure a greater child from drowning. him twice across tho chest, causing gogue for this school year. It Is departments. Edwin Flaunagan was sentenced to him to bleed freely. City Marshal Far-rl- s utllclencv In allwill bo principal of the Primary and Prep ir.itory to Import a few Miss Martin and will that we may have be hanged at Decatcr, Ga., Aug. 2, lodged him in jail and his trial Is give special attention to tho smaller pupils. teachers. Miss Harris for tho murder of two women. Monduy. Both are un- anil will teach wlll.glve lesions In Art. Elocution. Physical Culture, Tree Hand Drawing, set'for clas-.eCupt. Thomas Prince, of Wheeling, In Heading and HNtorv. W. T. Goodwin, postmaster at Bag-da- der bad repute. falling Miss Cowen will continue to give lessons In Instrumental and Vocal Music and In Voice who was severely Injured by the Shelby county, is short in his acwill nun bauuler, one of our most uuiture. of a stand at tho Richmond, fair has Dr. Shelton and Mrs. Sauflev will have charge of classes In the Collegiate Department. MUa Jessie Trimble, of the Cincin- counts and has been arrested. prominent citizens, aged 4."i, was killed infirmary at LexingFor further Information call on Mrs, Sautley at tho College or write to her for Catalogue. heen taken to an g Is visiting nati Commercial-TribunGeorge W. Cayce, aged 01, one of tho by lightning at his homo near Buckis very wealthy and while ton. Ho Mis Mattiu Alcorn. Mrs. George wealthiest and most prominent citi- eye Sunday afternoon. He was In n on tho ground after thu uccldent, Goode and Misses Shirley and Sue zens of Christian county, is dead. room with several others and was closmade his will, leaving all his property Park, of Cincinnati, are visiting Mr. Prof. Edward McClure.of the Oregon ing a door when he received the fatal to his wife. Tho case of 13 members of the Drad-le- y J. 1. Goode's family. Misses Cecil State University, fell 300 feet over a stroke. The house was not Injured and no other person In the room re- Having considered the question from almost every standpoint, wo have decided to adopt tho Suite Guards who fired army guus Xleld, of Louisville, Mamie Wilson precipice mid was Instantly killed. A woman prisoner jumped from a ceived a shock, not even a baby on a e and other build- Carpenter and Dora Daughman.of LinInto thu ings last Christmas, were Indicted last coln, were guests of Miss Kate Daugh-ma- train near Birmingham, Ala., cunning bed within two feet of the door. The Misses Orchard, of Washington, 30 miles an hour and was not injured. remains will be burled y (Mondny) April for banding together and going A freight train stalled in a tunnel on at 3 o'clock. He was one of our best otllcers in D. C, are visiting Mrs. John J. Allen. forth armed to Intimidate Darbourville, went out on defective In- Mr. Ed Hutchlngs, of St. Louis, Is a the C. it O. and the crew was over- citizens and leaves a widow, two chil- Beginning July 1, 1807, believing that It will be more satisfactory to both buyer and seller. come by foul air. The conductor died. dren and a host of friends. No bad debts will accumulate, consequently we can sell goods cheaper. It will take much dictment, but the grand jury will lake guest at Christian College. E. C. W. A cablegram says that 11,000 men were less capital, our expenses will be less and there is every reason why the cash system will I am indebted to Miss Jaynle Shu further cognizance. Misses Dixon Wright and Joy Moran agent have returned home after a pleasant killed In u buttle between tho funutlcs mate for notes on the Teachers' Insti- prove satisfactory. We only ask you to try It awhile and If you find It Is not to your ad- W. R Dlackwell, who has been and the government at Rio de Junerio. tute. Decimal fractions were discuss- I vantage, wo will not kick on your buying from merchants who sell on credit. We are sat at Georgetown for past 17 years, died two weeks' visit to Crab Orchard. isfied wo can sell you goods from 10 to J. per cent, cheaper than the credit men and thl A New Orleans bunco man was so ed by Profs. Postle, Gowen and Lum-loMr. H. J. on tho JIUlh of consumption. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Redden, of Kanan Inducement to you. Very truly, should certainly An excellent paper on "Alcohol Vaudemark, who is agent at Danville, sas City, aro visiting at tho hospitable overjoyed on working a gold brick takes the ugency at Georgetown and home of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Carjien-to- swindle for 87,000 that ho dropped and Its Effects on tho Human System" dead. wus read by Mrs. J. B. Kinnaird. U. H. A. H linos, agent at Durgln, takes A Big Four train was wrecked and S. History was ably discussed by Miss Dr. Ed Alcorn's residence and otlicc Jennings, agency at Danville. J. F. chief clerk In agent's otlleu at Lexing- are being handsomely repainted In tho four people killed at Thornton, Ind., Shumate and Reading by Miss Sallle very latest shade. This Is n by a fiend putting a coupling pin in a Anderson, who teaches the sounds of ton, takes ugoncy at Durgln. switch frog. letters by Hinging them them to the George Colvln, of Sprlngtleld, an old small olnter. Our wounded marshal, Jas. Devers, It is estimated that 100 lives have tune of "Yankee Doodle." PhysioloCentre Colloge pitcher, and "Vinegar Dill" Ingram, the crack amateur catch- was moved out to his mother, Mrs. been lost by tho floods in Silesia, and gy und School Discipline were preer, of Somerset, have been added to Wash Brown's, this week. His condi- the property loss has reached many sented by Profs. Baker and Elliott, a millions of marks. Wo are prepared to tore wheat at a less price than you can store It your- number of teachers taking part in the the Danville team, which will try for tion is reiorted much worse. self. Call and see us and we Wo havo n few cuses of partially deDanIt has been very hot out west. Tho discussion. A contest in Orthoepy wus Dluegrass League pennant. the velop! Klondykers In tho West End mercury ut St. Joseph, Mo., climbed tc then held, which was very entertain ville will also have another pitcher In none so serious, however, as to Iso- the 100 murk Saturday and there were Ing and instructive, u year's subscrip T. Grlnstead, son of Prof. Grlnstead, many prostrations. tion to tho Centrul Record being given work In late themselves from amongst us. who has done some splendid W. U. Wright sold and delivered his At Ozark, Ark., Lee Davsdson has to Mrs. Mury Patten, who only missed tho box this year. For you. crop of lie in p this week. He had the boon arrested for throwingj-hlwife's the correct pronunciation of words grade of hemp raised this year in baby into a hog pen when it was de- Misses Lusk, Shumate and Smith mist-lq- g best A SENS1DLE SUGGESTION. 11. Civil Government was discussthis section and got $3 per straight 100 voured by tho swine. We aro glad to note Editor Walton's I Mm nds. Col. Fred Grant's successor as olico ed by Miss King, Mrs. Gulloy and othThe consensus of opinion of the vo- commissioner In New York is Col. Geo. ers; Spelling by Mrs. Anderson und In tho 3,000 damage suit victory .. ters of the West End favors James P. Moore Smith. Grant resigned because Prof. Gowen und Square Cube Root by against his pajwr, tho INTERIOR Tho suit was brought in ono of Bailey for county judge first, last and of municipal corruption. tho latter. Profs. Grubbs, of Stanford, tlio mountain courts and put Mr. Wal- all tlte time. If he can't win In a walk in a and Burton, of Kirksville, were pres- The killing of ton to considerable unnecessary trou- no man in tho party can win at all. church at Montgomery, Ala., Is said to ent Friday and responded to JJInvlta-tlon- s R B. Kendall, general manager, and bo tho ble and expense. Tho law should proresult of a consplracyato which to address the Institute. The vide that libel suits bo brought In the W. R. Williams, solicitor, for the Ken- two preachers wcro parties. committee on resolutions recommendHeaded toy U. 3. MODEL, rjO. 38,353. county where tho offending newspaper tucky Growers' Insurance Co., of LexThe widow of Lieut. Schwatka, the ed tho appointment of an educational Son of Klever's Model, No, 20,710. tho greatest breeding hog living, and HUNDLEY'3 is published. The country press booms ington, in two days last week secured Arctic explorer, says the mountain county committee to employ touchers, CLAUDE, No. 12,601, son of tho World's Columbian Champion. Claude, No. 11,007. Flue, young boars ready for service. A few show gilts old enough to breed, and bred sows to have little Intluenco with tho Legis- over M0.000 insurance In this section of passes In Alaska aro strewn-iwlttho thereby evading tho corrupt method of toppv In every respect, with a specialty, for sale, This stock Is strictly else numerous sins of omission tho county.informed lature, skeletons of gold hunters. She has electing trustees in tho interest of pedigrees. Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Wrltoyour wants or come and y Wo are by a gentlesee my hogs. corrected. us well commission would man just from Lexington that wheat frequently visited tho Klondike coun teachers. A resolution was passed enA few fresh Jersey Cows for sale. Thoy are good ones. ANo Mammoth Pekln Duck There Is tho matter of commissioners A. E. HL'NDLEV, Hox 105, Danville, Ky. dorsing tho candidacy of Miss Elba Eggs, St for 13. try. was being sold there at "oo and the As the law now sales, for Instance. Superintendent Scott, of the Lexlng. Lusk, democratic nominee for school market strong at the advance. Our stands tho announcement of these buyers in this section will have to ad- ton Lunatic Asylum, sworo out a war- superintendent. Prof. Luinlcy deliv sales need be stuck only on a vance tho price about 10 to loo per rant for tho arrest of First Assistant ered an interesting address on Hypco" fence rail or an obscure bulletin board bushel If they expect to buy any more. Physician Rliorer for stealing tho asy- tlsiu and proved his faith byjlii& works to be effective. About one email fees lum "write-up- " receipt, and another by hypnotizing several persons. R. II. Jack Adams and u Mr. Smith, of them whero f00 would read them In a against correspondent R. L. McClure Uatbon and II. A. B. Marksbury Inreturned here Friday from newspaper. There are numerous other Powars Store, in Casey county, During the Tennessee Centennial ami International Exposition at where on a charge of receiving stolen proper- tended to submit to the test, until It matters wherein newspapers aro Inter- they recovered a bicycle that was re- ty. was announced that only those with Tenn , a low rate tpecial tarij' has been established for the sale of ested thut tiro allowed to go mtray. cently stolen from Mr. Smith In liar . The University of California is to be normal minds could be airected, and tickets from Cincinnati and other terminal points on the Queen itr Crescent The country papers aro elthor too tim- rodsburg. The wheel had boon traded come one of tho famous universities of they declined. The session was one of Koute. id or too blindly partisan to luuko a to Mr. Claude Alstott last week by a M r the world. At any rate It Is to have, the best ever hold here and tho con Tickets are on sale daily until farther notice to Chattanooga at $4.55r one light against candidates who refuse to Belden. of your city, who was been to If designs aro carried out, the finest ductor said that he never had a more uwj or H.QQ round trip from Junction City, the ivund trip tickeU being help fight tho battles of tho press In puis through here on the wheel going pile of buildings on tho globe, und intelligent body of teachers. good seven days to return; other tickets, with longer nturn limit, at $7.30 tho Legislature. Cynthlana Democrat. in that direction. these brilliant schemes are to be put In(f at S9.l).jor the round trip. The libel suit brought In Bell against These rate enable the public to visit Xashville and other Southern points The Junior Christian Endeavor So- to ctTeetat once. Inside of a year the tho iKTKitioit went the way Men sometimes succeed In living ciety of Hustonvlllo will servo shor-be- ground will bo broken for the first of a all such trash Journalgo out of the at rates never before offered. Vestibulcd trains of the finest chus are at the should with two women without being susiiagnlficont group of buildings. There and cake and lemonade at some dispoial of the passenger, affording a mot pleasant trip, and enabling one court like greased lightning. Such suits pected, but Mrs. Emily Trahan, of are to be 23 or HO of them. to visit the very interesting scenery and impjrlant battle-- g round f in and wc re- convenient place on Main Street Saturaro most always trumped up and Brooklyn, is tho first woman day afternoon from 3 to 0 o'clock. about Chatlanooija, Lookout Jixoifdin ami Chickamauga National Milimember to havo heard of that succeedlawyer who EXCURSION TO OLD POINT COM- brought by some jack-le- g Make it convenient to visit our town on tary Park. Tickets to Nashville to visit the Centennial can be purchased can get clients in no other way. Some ed In living with two husbands for a FORT. that afternoon and help these earnest ut Chattanooga oa $3.40 round trip. Ask your ticket agent for ticket via lawyers, (?) in order to got their name year without tho other knowing how little workers and encourage them In the Q. tfc C. Howie South or write to On Wednesday, August 11th, tho on the docket, would bring suit to enjoin things stood. newspa- their Christian work. Tho proceeds Chesapeako & Ohio railway will sell the sun und moon from shining. No Col. Nath Woodcock told a JAMES ROY, Agt. Junction City, or go for missions. Five conts will excursion tickets to Old Point Comfort respectable newspaper will knowingly per reporter that tho democrats have a will jr. C. RlNEARSOy, O. P. A. Cincinnati. get you u nice dish of sherbert with Va., and return for $11, good returning slander a person, and as Mr. Walton cinch on Kentucky this year, and will will bo alcake and another fivo cents will buy until August 2tf. Stop-oveays, thoy aro always ready and willing carry tho Stato by from 20,000 to two glasses of lemonade. lowed at any station on return trip. to right a wrong. Lancaster Record. "I find hundreds of republicans Tho wind storm of last week greatly Steeping car rates will bo 83.50 per In tho mountain districts whero I travW. P. Walton, of the Interior free silver." damaged the gospel tent being used by double birth, which may bo occupied el who havo cinnu over for Bros. Grlnstead and Neal In their meet by two persons. Special rates of $2.50 Journal, one of the best papers in the A Georgia darkey ato 18 watermel- ing here. Tho meeting closed on Fri- per day at the Chamberlain and State, gives Marse Henri n dose of medons In 12 hours and died. But It was a day night to the regrot of many deeply hotels. For further information icine In u lengthy and well written BY Hwcet death, and tempered furthermore Interested. The attendance was grad- and sleoplngjcar reservation, call on or editorial of recent date that should be that ho had ually Increasing, but the imperative write to Geo. W. Barney, dlv. pass, read of all men. "Gosh Moses," but by tho proud satisfaction won u wager of 50 cents. he did scoro the "Star-Eye- d of the other agt., Loxlngton, Ky. Goddess need of tho "For rheumatic cramp In legs, put churches horo, which they did not of Reform" from away back. Hit him your shoes bottom upwards under head have, Is largely responsible for there No, gentle Inquirer, Lynchburg Is again Walton, we are looking at you. of bed, and pains will disappear," says not meeting with greater success and not In Georgia, nor yet In Kentucky, Somerset Reporter. Col. Craddock, "I tried it and tho pain consequently closed. How great is the natural as tho inference Is in light of Judge Tipton at Sholbyvlllo released disappeared." responsibility. Thero Is talk of build- tho recent occurrences In both States. Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, .Saddles, Bridles, James Shropshire, who killed Allen Atlanta's 400 aro stirred up because ing a tabernacle hero In tho next few hand-som- o Matthews, whom he caught in the act Huwhotnkesthopapor, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Mrs. W. H. Smytho will runt her months when doors will novor be closAndpayshUblllwhendue. of assaulting his sister, on tho ground Peach Tree Street residence to ed to the wants of the true servants of Square, Stanford, Ky of denomination. Q that a man may take the life of another CanllvelupeacewlthGodandnian Room Opposite Court-Hou- se tho new Negro collector of Internal God, regardless in protecting his home. Andwlththoprintertoo! W. L. W. revenue. ka to go to tho gold fields. The steamer Elder took 'M'. persons to the Klondike gold fields. Conductor Henry Bradley, of tho L. tc N., died at Bowling Green. Tho First National Bank of Ashe-vlllN. C, has closed its doors. Seven people were killed and three Injured by a cyclone ut San Jose, III. ino notorious cap. tlatnelu has escaped from jail at Williamson, W. Va. Ono hundred and fifty persons perished in the Hoods at Kcrlch, In the o, n, J". B. SIHIljTnsriEIEe, Piesident. ....... of Kentucky. State College KENTUCKY, LEXINGTON, 1 ht t THE STANFORD FEMHLE f COLLEGe -s three-year-ol- jOs-slb- lo to-da- s n, ly-lu- A Word To You. court-hous- n. to-da- THE CASH SYSTEM, 1ms y. r. JFARRIS A HARDIN, te WHEAT. Will Either Buy or Store s 0 J. H. BAUGHMAISl & CO. JOUR-NA!- m Editor-Patterso- n flirjfiLocust Hem Reg. Poland Cflinas. as te to-da- nt liar-rodsbur- g, Queen & qwmwT. Xash-vill- c, rt 30,-00- 0. rs rami Hy-ge- la UnDGHCAKinG C. M'CLARY. Praotical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. 1 1 v ,MM ! I w j.nti.w.lt.. tit. tin iiullnnr,, tllflt. U'MllId The Louisvillo Times still holds tho Tho first In please tho most fastidious. with tho largest circulation they gave them stones, JOURNAL bread and illnmnnil storms at that. rich card city. On a show down it has for speaker, Miss Margie McClary, recited THE INTERIOR It that nn.l vntr Demand or tho People," Miss to those who tho 13th time been mado county prin- "Tho will be very gratifying "The Woman's Barring a few things Fannie McClure, hardly have enough money to look at ter of Jefferson. SrANFORD. Ky., August 3, 1S97 a diamond, to know the trade In dia- the Times Is ono of tho best papers Christian Temioraneo Union," Miss Lula Gentry, "Tho Sparrow Must Go," monds has greatly revived since tho out. Miss Ida Tyree, "Genuine Reforms," Dingley bill reduced the Wilson tariff HERE'S another evidence of prosper- Miss Amy Freeman, "A Plea for tho W. P. WALTON. on them from 2o to 10 per cent. It is ity In a republican town. Tho Louis Fatherland," Miss Emma Pennington, said within the past few days from ville spoko factory hus gone to the "America's Joshua." Each speaker DEMOCRATIC TICKET. to $2,000,000 worth of diamonds wall. Next. was kindly remombercd by a beautiful been ordered In European mark lloral glftaml each was loudly applaudFo Ap'late Cl S. J. SHACKELFORD have ets. The price of sugar has Increased Nominations in Casey. E. C. Wal- ed. " Circuit Judge, M C.SAUFLEY. Liberty has gone " Com'lth Attorney, J. S. OWSLEY, Jr. a cent or more window boglass anoth- ton telephoned as follows from nomgiven II o'clock yesterday: Democrats up 5 per cent, and will Judge Charles A. Hardin, of at " Representative, - M. F. NORTH. Q. R. Jones for er rlso Aug. 10. Cheap diamonds, inated hero died late Saturday night. " County Clerk; - GEO. B. COOPER. high necessaries of life, make the rich county judge; J. W. Hosklns, county Typhoon 11., the Kentucky Derby " County Attorney, HARVEY HELM. richer and tho poor poorer, Is the prin- clerk; A. II. Mays, sheriff; L. W. winner, has been sold to Uromluy t " Circuit Clerk, J. F. IIOLDAM. pfatform by which the Sharp, assessor; D. B. Sharp, jailer, Co., of Chicago, for 12,000. " Sherif, - - SA ML. M. OWENS ciple if not the Is governed. In iover Miss Lizie Foglo, supt. Rest of tickSunday was tho hottest day of the " Jailer, GEO. W. DEBORD. party will be Nmmed county court day in summer, the mercury going above 100 et ' Autnor, - - C. G. BAKER. THE Lexington Herald, under the September. Judge Vincent Rorelng degrees at Louisville. There were few WM. LANDGRAF. Coroner, management of Desha Breckinridge, his canvass for Congress here prostration. Kansis'Clty was tho hotSupt. School, GARLAND 3INGLET0N is making a National reputation. He opened test pluco, 102. employs the best writers In his city, Republicans sent delegates to LouisIX keeping with his pettifogging which include his father, Col. W. C. P. ville unlnstructed and endorsed Bradideas of journalism, Editor Dyche, of Breckinridge, and Judge J. Soulo ley's administration. e r the London Echo, garbles an editorial Smith, the noted "Falcon." Miss Lincoln I'lrt'iilt Court. are appear that we McDowell's literary reviews THERE were 41 cases before Judge in this paper to make it Win. Hubble. Committee of .wn'nivr l'liilntllT. vs. tiHnoiT Hubble. Ih'fen-denbelieve that the long promised prosper- very fine and arc copied extensively In Dawson's quarterly court yesterday, tho Notice. with the passage of the the Eastern journals. She is a daugh- largest that of Slier vs Jones and Jones ity will como l'urtuttut to tin order of tin' iilnive Court The sentence in our paper ter of Maj. II. C. McDowell and a grand vs Slier, beingcompromised. T.J. Bcnl nt the June term. IM'T. till erou Wiving tariff bill. valid debts nnil elnlnw e.ltlng iignlni the reads: "And now we may look for the daughter of Henry Taylor, who was ediotsecurcd a verdict of 42 from tho (Icfenilent. Spencer HuliWf, on the 17th day people killed at Beuna Vista, and a greats L.&N. for arresting parties at Row-lau- of NnvcinlMT. 1MM. lire notified to proriuce long promised prosperity, when verified iih ,.n v.o mnrin riphrf hv belnir taxed to grand daughter of the great Commontheir debt iiud claims jiroH-rlrtsptlrcil by l.iw to me In my ollleo tit Echo stopped its quota- er. The Herald is taking first rank in death." The Ky., on the 211 iliiy of AtigtM, IMC R. C. WARREN. tion at the first comma, falling to give Kentucky journalism and is admired POLITICS Com'r I.I11. Clr. Ct. qualifying clause. It then proceeds even by those who disagree with It pothe Gold to the amount of S2,:iOO,000 was time that litically. to say that it knew all the CONDITION OK T1IK withdrawn from tho treasury Friday we knew that "prosperity would follow A NOTE from Gov. Bradley tells us for shipment to Europe. protection on a sound money basis, but FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. that his private secretaiy Is preparing B. F. MeKlnley, uncle of President did not expect us to own up so soon." refer- MoKinlcy, AT STANFORD. a statement for the press with was apjwlnted assistant ( HukIiiom July The Echo man must be hard up for ence to the pardons he has granted, At thecliiM! 3. 1S postmaster at San FrancNco. point, something upon which to score a State will put matters in a different which IlllSOCItCES. Suit was Instituted by the when it resorts to such questionable ,l!n Post's state- against the clerk of Breathitt county bunt ami diavounla you are not light from the Louisville methods as he does. If 1,'Jst 07 Other stuck ami Iwutls ment. Tho governor says that he has praying a judgment of 27,40X t.Wi (hinlrafl aware of the Interior Journal's tried to do his duty faithfully and in .. If Hunter attends the State conven- Duo from lltnli 2,itt 2t which is broad and plain, we platform, the main we believe ho has succeeded tion next week, which is doubtful, his Hanking himo ami lot .... V"11 "I will give it to you. It is eternally opH 00 say .. that well. It is but simple justice to sen- friends say he shall be tenuorary Furniture anil KUturt posed to protection, and believes IVt 9 -- .. ..... Kxwn .." commutation of Alcorn's that the chairman. Si,lli(tt .. O.I if prosperity follows the enactment of to life Imprisonment The Virginia populists nominated E. will be in spite of tence from death the Dingley bill, it nuMW,;iil is governor and was done under the assurance by it, not on account of it. Further it is merous citizens here, Including the R. Coekc for lieutenant the democrats l.lAlllMTlltS: quit, after asking then no for free trade and sailor's rights and ...........f?,i Capital stock Negro was more than to endorse It. writer, that the 1S,I7 AT riurhi Kuml .......... for the soundest kind of money named a half idiot. 8 Editor Pomfrey, of the Covington UnaiTlilr-- prollt in the constitution and expressed in , Extra, says Senator Goebel assaulted lVosltnit'Ji to cli:U, on which In- running it mat-Do you ken, you red gold and silver. As things have been 12T.VI2 JO tere.t ii nut all him, so he will ters verv little whether C. H. Rodes or and threatened to kill head galoot? Due to llanVi - 7,114 M fin) to J. W. Yerkes is collector of this dis- sue for damages. Taylor, democrat, of Taxe due and ntiult HlNDMAN, the man whom the Gov. trict. Mr. Rodes has not done much to j State SenatorsHlssem, republican, of ku,;ju 12 boltocrats are making a cat's paw of, ndvnnce democratic interests and dem Henderson, and J. II OWSLEY, Cahlr. was in Cincinnati the other day, when ocrats arc not shedding any tears over Newport, have resigned because they Mrorn to Ivfoie inc tir J. II. Owilry July SUt, W. M.llltlUHT. Notary 1'ul.llc IVJ7 an Enquirer reporter got onto him and his retirement. They very naturally have found better jobs. nominated B. W. had any idea of being think 1788. asked him, if he that there were among their The democrats REPOHT OP THE CONDITION elected, "Oh no," said he, "but they number a man as well qualified to fill Bradburn for representative from tho or told me not to talk that way down at the fat nlace that Bland Ballard, who Bowling Green district and W. II. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, of from Warren the convention. It Is a curious state is a republican, held during his admin-- ( Cooke for representative AT STANFORD ' affairs In our State among the demo- Juration and who will hold It during county. In the State of KcntucVy, at ihe cloe of biiinci e W. F. Alexander has been appointed crats. There are most of the July St, 1897 Yerkes', who we wager will not make of the party off to themselves, such a party record as ho has. postmaster at Burksvllle. He calls leaders RESOURCES. himself a democrat, but has invariably I.oam and dicounti. without much support from the rank &7 l brother-in-Montgomery ."1,1,7 M and file. Overdrafts, iccurci! and unitcurtd.. The State inspector, C. W. Lester, voted for Dr. Hunter, who is his &," () U. S. Domlt to secure Circulation said to me as we sat on the stage, that hna threatened to sue the Louisville law. 017 1)7 of us in this great hall Post because it said "he was perhaps of Cumberland, de- Siockt, itcuritiei, etc W. E. Miller, not a single one 'J.I.V) 00 furniture and futures.. could be elected constable and he was the most unfit person in tho public feated Catron, of Clinton, and Nell, of Other real catat and mortgage owned XfiTi 00 about right." Gov. Hindman is not service," but Editor Knott calls the Adair, and Morrison, of Russell, for Due from National HanVt, not Re- 10,21 M ,. erA(cnii such a blankety blank fool as some may bluff by saying that Investigations are the republican nomination for State 1.919 M Due from Sute llankt and HaoVeri think. On the contrary he is a pretty under way, which when concluded he Senator in tho 10th district. M) among legal Due from approved reervc aKnt...... H,974 Cx fond of himself will be prepared either to strike out the smart sort of a fellow, The general opinion Wl Checks and other cah itemi.. .............. and of notoriety. He is also fond of mak- word "perhaps" or else to admit frank- men at Washington Is that the tariff Notes of other Nat. Hank Wl W ing a speech and he can now satisfy his ly that, in his opinion, there ire "oth- bill was not a law until signed by tho Fractional paper currency, nickels and 7 91 cents craving In that line, provided he can er men in the public service more unfit nrnsMont. and that the attempt to 15.370 M Specie get any hearers. than C. W. Lester." make It retroactlvo for nearly 18 hours Le.al tender notes 5,013 W MS.M will not be sustained by the courts. Redemption fund with L S. Treasurer body was mouths the Ed O. Leigh, who, if his The Paris Reporter 1,'0 00 5 per cent, of circulation Several newspaper changes are noted. correspondent's lie as big as his heart, would be a veritaCourier-Journal- 's has been succeed S.hei.SIO nu Total by saying that Mr. Lynn found that he ble Goliah In size, instead of a little Mr. Edward Durban LIA1IILITIKS ed J. Robert Jameson as manacer of was indirectly lendlnghisinfluenceand David, has retired from the Paducah fino.ono no Commonwealth and L. Capital stock W good name to aid in propagating the Register to become managing editor of the Covington Surplus fund- Louisville, has purchased Undivided profits, leas expenses and Ifi," Chicago heresies and "resigned," and Urey Woodson's Owcnsboro Messenger. L. Russell, of R. J. Morningsta-'- s '.Sol 12 laacs paid the London Echo follows 6ult by saying Leigh Is a born newspaper man and has a half interest in H,:V) 00 National Hank Notes outstanding Bowling Green Democrat. that Mr. Lynn was nominated with the followed the business from his youth .... CfiVA 17 Due to other National Hanks hope of catching the vote of the gold up, tho' managed to stay out of the har!,i'J ftl Due to State Ranks and Hankers KJl.tr.n 9 Individual deposits subject to check MT. VERNON. democrats, so the hopes of the silver-ite- s ness long enough to fill very excellent(fit l Fund to pay taxes in old Lincoln are crushed to the ly the office of assistant secretary of 71M .'7 Hail stones three Inches long fell Fund t" ay low withdrawal. These pa- State under Govs. Buckner and Brown. earth by his 1,11'i V) Capital R iluctlon unpaid hero Sunday during the storm. pers hardly believe the lie they pubnoO,ii) 00 protracted meeting will bo hold at Liabilities otXcr tnan thoe above stated lished, yet In their anxiety to do some The editorial pages of the London A Christian church by Klders Farrer Total ..$!, Hid Ml thing for their party, their editors are Echo, Richmond Pantagraph and Stan- the STATE OK KENTUCKY, in the near future. County of Lincoln, willing to make other people believe it. ford Commercial of Friday bear a and Bosworth A very sudden death occurred at the I, John J McRoberts, cashier of above named only the best policy, but striking resemblance to each other. Honesty is not Mr. Adam Ilink, do solemnly swiarofthai that the above state my knowledge and bo editorials ex- poor house Saturday. ment is true to the t it is the one afe rule of faith and prac- There arc nine dropped dead lief. JOHN J McKOllERTS Cashier actly alike In all three and 12 that are Cloutz, an aged inmate, tice. Subscribed and sworn to before me this d day W M. 1IR1GHT, N. I'. L. C. ol Aug., 1897. word for word the same In the last from heart failure. ) The women's prayer meeting at the J. S. HOIKKK, Dr. Scott says that the 30 pieces of two. If you don't believe it, compare )irectors. V. ltKtn, silver that he paid a newspaper corres- them and .see, if you think it worth the Boptlst church Friday afternoon was S II. llAiniiuAX ) but while. conducted by Miss Mary Collier. Mrs. pondent was not "to No. 9917. Dr. l'cnlngton is on duty for the next to pay for cuts and extra copies of the REPORT OF THE CONDITION THE white rads hero now have a meetlnsr. paper, and has discharged his clerk, to show their love for tho Ne Dr. Peterson, an intelligent gentle- THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE whom he charges with giving the re- chance any stock gro, on whose shoulders they ride to man from Denmark, who has been AT HUSTONVILLE, ceipt away. We did not take otlice. John W. Butcher, a very Intelfnr t.fvnrnl weeks at Mr. J. K. In the State of Kentucky, at the close of buslneu in the story that Scott was persona non Is announced for assessor July 2t, i8qv. grata to Gov. Bradley, but there is no ligent man, be nominated In a horn. McClarv's. returned to Raspberry last and he will Sunday accompanied by his wife. RESOURCE longer any doubt of the fact. Scott has bear the burden of the I7,1M SO employed Bradley's arch enemy, Geo. His race must W. C. T. U. will receive In tho Loans and discounts The 1,7:11 31 courts battle and never get any of the spoils. njxt few days an excellent set of books, Overdralts, secured and unsecured. Denny, to represent him in the li.Vxl i U.S. Hondstj secure circulation to which he will take the case for stealThe Senate fiddled while the gov- 15 In all, to bo used as a circulating li- Ranking House, furniture and fixtures. 1,000 00 receipt. ing his ernment burned. In anticipation of brary. All tho members aro requested Due Irom National Hanks, not Re- W Agents the Increased duties Importers rushed to attend the next meeting at Mrs. Dueserve State Banks and Hankers '1,7.11 U8 iron; POOR old Hunterl Nobody wants goods to this country upon which tho Will Smith's and select a good book to Due from approved reserve agenti Ml 70 him. The Guatemalaians heard they as a general thing give Checks and other cash Items..., '' 10 presence government loss is $.'12,000,427 in reve- read. Women were to be aflllcted with his 2M ") Notes ot other SationsI Hanks nue and which will be taken from the too little attention to brain culture. and they straightway agreed to consoliFractional paper currency, nickels and pockets of tho people, the amount to The examination of applicants for Ol cents date with the other four republicans of be a clear make to the shrewd speculafree scholarships In Mt. Vernon Insti- Lawful Money Reserve in Rank, vii' Costu Rico, Nicaragua, Honduras and tors. "0 ".-- tute will take place here tho 14th. Nino Spec San Salvador, under the name of tho free of charge; Redemption fund with U. S. Ireasurer A FULL and strong endorsement of pupils are admitted Ml M Central American Stated and the conS per cent, of circulation- 1.). This his administration is the prlco that there will bo a competitive examinasolidation will occur Sept. tV,m 10 year, for primary as well as Total knocks Hunter out again as the gov- Gov. Bradley's friends name to the State tion this LIABILITIES. students. JVi.Ooo Ml Capital stock paid in ernment will havo to have no represen- convention for harmony, otherwise they advanced The Dcmorcat medal contest at 'AV"" " Surplus fund- old concern wido open. tative now in Quatemalajfthe place will rip tho Friday August .1th will bo pai Undivided profits, less expense ana gum And they will get all they want too, you said to have been'ln'fim'ftcd old 1.0M til taxes paid ticinatcil in bv Mis&es Owens, Mullins, may bet your sweet life. 10,750 00 Hank note outstanding shoe. Murtin, Grlllln, Houk and Hunt. Miss Nationalother National Hanks- SIS ov to J. T. CANTRKLL, son of the judge, Herda Martin has rendered material tue to tate Hanks and bankers 58 Due Tennessee will vote ou the quesI7.IN) 50 of calling a constitutional conven- has been nominated for tho Legisla- assistance In preparing for this con- Individual deposits subject to check tion tion next Thursday, but if she will ture In Scott without opposition. With test. JIM.aol lit Total fathThe judges, Mrs. Chas. Forrester, I. Rwil'd Alcorn, 1'resiilent of the Above named profit by the experience of her older sis- the son to make tho laws und the Hank, do solemnly swear that the above statement ter, Kentucky, she will defeat the prop- er to construe them, there oughtn't to Miss Georgio McForran, and Mr. Jos. 11 true to the beat of my knowledge and belief. silEuwakd Alcor.s, l'reldnt. osition by a large majority. Kentucky be any misunderstanding In that baili- Marel, of the Signal, awarded tho to belcre this Subsctibed and ver medal to Miss Amy Freeman, tho day ot July 1897. sworn W. Hunk, me 1". L. 30th would have gone republican had, wick. Ct. never N. Ono. Freeman, of Mr. Val. (Kll. U CAItl'KNTKK, not the new constitution with its secret Tho boltocrats In tho Winchester lovely daughter ' Directors. T. J' lUimswiS, Chris- J .1. T. Hosk. ballot and other inventions of the devil, district have nominated V, H. Qudley lnst. Wotlnesdav evoninsr. Tho was filled beyond Its seat- votes 'or btate bonator. , tian church tesn foisted on herby republican J MM1M,ii,i,iiiiMiiiMixaiMMasaMiiiiii"aiiiiiaa- - The people asked the republicans for Lower & Lower ! Are tho prices nt the Ixiutsville Store. Kverything marked' down to meet the of the time. Quality, style mid worth arc "acriilceil to our desire 10 surpass competitors and this inn ken your 00 Har-rodsbur- g, to-du- y Money throughout our store The Loveliest 1 Oppm (unity. The goods nro reasonable, doMtiibli and never so cheap ns now nntl the few wonderful value- - here itemized arc hut examples of hundreds of others Saving GOODS . Ix-'- to-da- y. Mad-alin- 3STOTIOB. Hull-W- e, t. WASH d. Stan-fon- l, Selling of tho rcneon starts Monday with feveml upeclal nITcrinpi Our entire stock of Summer Dress Goods hits been marked nvtny down and (o he old at o cents Kr yard (0 15c for the ut(, constMing of Organdie, Dimities H(itui, Ac. Heavier Dross Good in fancy, figured and plain to be sold at marked down prices, 60c goods for 30V; UOc good for 16c; 25c guodH to be sold at 10c. Women's tine Hoiery and Vests .Our '6c Vetn and Hose will be void thl week thnt can he hnd at 5c. nt 16c; 'JOc Hlock for 10c and the Belts and Leather Goods. Xoti can a ways llnd what you want here in Indies' or men's belt. Ladies' white beltH, tan, black, green and oxhlood nt 'Joe each. A few more dress nklrts and waits to he sold nt a still lower price than ever Iwfon.', You tnut Ladies, mines' nnd children's Ippere to he hold nt unheard of values We call your attention to our new Fall line of. men'n suiting and wo get n share are prepared to give you information nntl prices on tho kid 1 1 Which wc nre goTng to toll cheaper than any one clie tyles Come and ck convinced , . THE LOUISVILLE STORE. A. UIUIAN'SKY T. D. HANKY, A CO PKorMrroRe. Manaokb. Pnri, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Uardstown, Lawrenceburg, Tynthlana, Versailles, Kmi nence, Georgetown, Klitabethtown. Frankfort, and Mauckport, Ind. old-tim- J -- SEE OL'It- - ......in-1.-T. I 1 Hanklng-hout- e, Gultivators, Wagons, Buggies, CKRRIHGES. HHRNESS. &C. Ilc&t and Largest Line of Implements in town. Seo ui before buying. PRCES LOWER THAN EVER Satisfaction Guaranteed. Known Ilcforc. B. K. WEAKEN A SON. -- School The lUGGF.sT c BOoks and on the Supplies. . 1 AtCRAIGS6 HOOKER'S. so-call- Ix-s- Itox Paper and Society Tablets with Envelope to match, In the Intent Tablet market. A ele t llne.nf tli" on tho latent tlu from our line. Tints ituil lUmlgn. Get I V it ll write-hlm-up- ," METAL ROOFING. FLOORING, vis-itin- fr A.C.S1NEJ CEILING, M?& : xfttWv SIDING, 1 STANFORD, KY. nIj&s FINISH. THE BUUB-QIU- , 1'J-- - Feirm and Yard FenceHERD 1 Thoroughbred Duroc Jersey SED HOIS, My lireeoM wero xlwtod from "10 liest hcnl of rul States A of this lainoiu hireil of ilne In Bl'lcniliil lot of pim of iltttcrent acs lor rale. Ilrnt a nowaatilalty Satisfaction guarantetil. solicited, AiMros Corn's-liuiiileuc- Mar-etsbu- rg -- Srs3BslC237 R. H. BRONAUGH, nl Orchard, Ky, A H. C. RUPLEY, -- THEMERGflANT TAILOR -- Is) Receiving his- - ") SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. Guaranteed. him a Call: and a Perfect Goods Warranted Fit Give & !I K -- xiVauUifiiitWf-iAfi. 'X. - "W-- " iTiiiif "" ,, ..!.". ?M 'njjutTT ill nWH '!" -- t''111 Mlt. and Mus. Jambs Collins, of GO to Georgo Exstein & Co's. nnd Taiilbts and school books, better THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Danville, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. and cheaper than ever. Penny's Drug have a pair of $.'J pants made of Fa V. S. Warren. Storo. and Winter goods. Col. W. G. Wklch has joined tho Nbw Stokb. Win. Hamilton, of Stanford, Ky., August 3, 1897 Stanford colony at Crab Orchard Canada, but lato of Lexington, Is open Tub C. W. B. M's. will meet at the Springs. ing up jowolery and watch and clock Christian church Wednesday at P. M. Mus. T. E. Kiutlby and daughter, repair a and every member is requested to be establishment in one of M. D. E. C. Walton, HudiNiSd Ma.vaokk. Miss Hallie, of Greenville, Texas, aro present. on visiting her mother. Mrs. Evan Wat- Elmore's store rooms Is Main Street. Mr. Hamilton's wlfo with him and It tabiling hot again, with the merIMtKSCKiiTioN.suro llllcd right and ers. will open a business. cury away up In the 93s yesterday and nt right prices at Penny's Drug Storo. MissJanbDkhony, tho attractive . mum Sunday. It getsa little cooler at night young lady from Frankfort, who has ELOIM2D. Mr. Zack Elkln, who Is enand In thatrespectltlsnn improvement been tho guest of Miss Isabella Bailey, gaged In tho mercantile business at PERSONALS. loft for home yesterday, to tho regret Mllledgevllle, and who Is a very worthy over the June heated spell. Several Miss Maugii: Nokl is visiting rela- of her many beaux. young man, stole Hon. B. B. King's good ruins have fallen recently and the tives In GuiTiml. pretty daughter, Miss Laura, the other conditions are most favorable for vegeMiss Emily Ai.kxandkk wont to HOME NEWS, night and lleolng with her to Harrods-bur- tation. "Threatening weather followby showers Nashville Saturday. made her his wife just as the ed Gkoiuji: H. Wkaimzs continues quito Danks lits spectacles scientifically. time that the town clock chimed forth Won tub Blub. Mr. W. T. SutHI of malarial over. TitY our Silver Leaf Tea. Warren the hour of midnight, Rev. C. K. ton, who spent several dnys at the Miss Gkokoia U:vis Is teaching & Marshall pronouncing the ceremony. Richmond Fair, tells us that Miss Susie Shanks. tho school at Ottenholm. Mr. Hill Jennings accompanied the TltYour Gold Camel Ceylon Tea, pair and saw tho knot well tied. Miss Belle Martin, who recently moved to Mlts. JANl'AUY GltUNDY, of Leba Madison county from the Praachcrs-vlll- e Warren A: Shanks. non, was with Mrs. W. V. Tafc. King frequently visits hero where she section, took three premiums on Mil. J. K. BltUCK has gone to Crab Go to George Exstoln Co. and see lins relatives, and is a decidedly pr- bread and cake. He also told us of Orchnitl for tho benclit of his health. ocessing young lady. Mrs. Susan Martin, of that county, who Miss Bosk SiiixiiY, of Lexington, their Fall and Winter samples. mm Is past SO years old and who Is the most Id vlstlng tho Misses Shelby at ArcaA Good Okkicb. Thomas Miller Laiuskst assortment of school tabactive woman for her age he ever saw. Owsley has been apiointed U. S. comdia. lets, best and choaost. W. B. He says she can do any kind of work Mil. AND MILS. II. H. BltlOHT, of Mt. missioner at Bowling Green by Judge and during her Idle moments she plays Sterling, are visiting Mrs. Eliza Port-tnaBarr, who said in his letter: "1 desiro Wb aro In tho cash business to stay. to stmo that tho appointment is not be- on her piano or most any other instruTry It and you will like It as well as we cause of politics, as I ment she can get her hands on. Mibs Ella THOMPSON, of West earnestly dedo. Farris Aj Hardin. IMnuvUlc, Is a guest of tho Misses siro that U. S. commissioners shall Perkins. Dr. O'Bannon received a Hales. Ladibs Look. 100 bushels damaged know no politics." Mr. Owsley's ap- dispatch yesterday telling of the death Missies Kva Lamm Kits and Sue Wll-ll- o wheat for sale for chicken and pig feed plication for the office was endorsed by of Dr. S. C. Perkins which occurred nt Halo attoniletl the Itlchmoml Fair very low. II. II. Noel fc Son. leading men of every political faith Bee Lick about 0 o'clock, aged 30. His Friday. and had he not been appointed that disease was typhoid fever and he had Jt'ST received a car load of I'riino ulone would have been a decided com- been sick 27 days. Dr. O'Bannon, who Mus. Ili:v. Joskimi Skvkkanck left Horn Cypress shingles. If you want a roof pliment. The Press In making the an- went to college with him and roomed Friday to visit her parents at that will list an nge, try tho Cypress. nouncement says: "Mr. Owsley is a with him, says a better man never livLake, Mix. Mils. M. A. HocKKit and Mrs. 1. W. A. C. Sine. native of Lincoln county and came to ed. He was u Christian aud a gentleUgun are at Crab Orchard to upend TilKitK was only onciMisscngcr left this city to live near two years ago. man nnd his death is a great loss to his several weeks. on No. 24 Friday after those bound for During liN resldenco hero he made community and to the profession in Mus. Mahy BOWMAN and Miss Vir- Stanford had gotten off. People aro a host of friends who rejoice at his rap-I- d which he stood very high. Dr. Perginia llowman were here on visit the not traveling much during these days promotion, and his success in his kins was a brother of W. E. Pcrksns, of prosiwrlty. last of the week. chosen profession. Ho is the youngest the Crab Orchard merchant, and had MISS JKNNIi: BUUNKIDK, of Garranl, U. S. commissioner ever appointed, married twice, one StaN1ohd will soon have telephonic though his ability tooccupy the judicial beenby tho first marriage child survivreturned with Miss Fearl Burnsldo and ing and the wife connection with a largo territory In Is now her guest. of and two children by the Inst. Casey county. Louisville Post. She bench will not be impaired by the lack Mlts. C. H. STKWAltTnnd son, of Toalready has It, dear friend, nnd has for gray hairs." Mr. Owsley will now wear GOSSIPPV LETTER FROM CRAB ledo, O., are the guests of her sister, the title of judge. All offenses against a month or two. ORCHARD. Mrs. B. 1. Martin, at Kowland. tho government in his bailiwick will be Mlt. C. F. GltKKN.of Ellabethtown, examined by him and dismissed or sent AxoniBit boy arrived at Mr. and Craii Orchard, Aug. 2. All the who is In one of tho many Louisville Mrs. P. E. Kemp's in MIddlesboro, Ju- on to Judge Barr's court as he shall de- world Is not going to the Klondyke for Stores, is on a vllt to his mother. ly U7, wo learn from the News. The cide. The payment Is by fees and may a large part are now at this place and Jl'IKJi: II ALU apK)lntod Joe C. Jones mother was Miss Foxlo Pennington, run to $2,000 a year, the encumbent more are arriving daily. The greatest holding for life or good behavior. demand is for quarters In private nous one of the commissioners to cull tho formerly of Stanford. es, where, as a lady said "Ono Southern Lund A: Improvement Co's. WllKN Bob Stephenson, a Crab OrA Scan Mao. Magnified. The can go down to breakfast in a Mother land In Boll county. chard Negro, was arrested on n oaco Louisville papers have had long ac- Hubbard and feel free and easy. You Mkssus. .1. C. Flokknok, Tho. II. was found concealed counts of tho alleged intimacy of C. W. men do not understand or appreciate Shanks, H. L. Hubble. J. C. Eubanks warrant, a pistol on his person and he wns given '10 days Kremer, who married Miss Llda Harthe luxury of a Mother Hubbard; its and J. V. Cummins took In tho last day in jail and lined $.'t0. Otis Newland ris, of this place, and a Mrs. Dr. Cook, positive bliss. After one has been laced of the Richmond Fair. thereupon delivered him here to Jailer both of Louisville. Tho story goes up half a. day and compelled to wear Dll. TllOUNTON WILLIS, who studied DoBord. that they decided to go to San Francis- heavy dresses, just to slip ono on and medicine under Dr. Steele Bailey, has A HOARD consisting of Judge W. L. co to live as husband and wife, to be- breathe free and easy, oh its too sweet located In Mt. Sterling, where tho paDawson, County Clerk J. F. Cummins come really 60 when Kremer procured for anything" and as the vision of happers say ho la doing well. man, and Prof. C. II. Holmes examined Can- n divorce, which he promised to get. piness passed through her mind she J. II. SOWDBK, the real estate living together In the city of the heaved a sigh of regret to think what is very 111 hi Cincinnati, so a telegram didate Garland Singleton as to his After Golden Gate for several weeks, the il- she was missing at that time. to Marshal O. J. Newland says, who Is qualifications for county superintendent Saturday, and mailed his rcsonscs licit love, liko that of the true kind, The two most popular resorts are the asked to notify lus family. began to run Cait. and Mus. B. N. Bollkk went to the questions to the State board at got jealous ofunsmoothly. The woman depot well and the Brown Spring, sepFrankfort. his attention to other arated about a mile a part; one spurts to High Bridge Sunday to hoarTal-muK'women and in the row which ensuedi up Iron water, tho other salt and sulDBATII FllO.M SNAICK BlTKS.-T- ho a tine serand say ho preached she scratched his face severely. He phur combined. You first take a drink mon and that the Iwst of order pre- wife of Craig Leach, living near died Saturday from the olToels then left her and Mrs. Cook returned of Iron water to get braced up, this vailed. on the advico of her makes you feel decidedly Mbsdambs 1'attikOill and Juliet of a snake blto received two weeks ago. to Kentucky, but ironical and of She had been In terrible agony since brother, she went back to make Krem- gives tho voice a metalic ring that is Boners and Miss Jennie Duncan, WOO she had given him. at first decidedly unpleasant, the eyes Lancaster, and Mrs. Dr. V. S. Elkln, sho wad bitten and her death was no er refund the found him as he was coining out of have a STEELY glare about them, the guest of Mrs. B. C. doubt a relief. Besides her husband Sho of Atlanta, were she leaves three children. Mrs. a theatre, in which he had been assist- head gets heavy and there is a feeling Warren. ing nt a charity concert, and laid hold of vveightiness in the abdominal reMlts. G. C. BiFKB and pretty llttlo Leach's mother, who is K years old, Is of him in buch a way as to cause a gion. The question has not been fully daughter, Bessie McA lister, accompan- a niece of Old Hickory Andrew Jackson. scene. Kremer escaped and then the settled yet what would be the conseied by Miss Neva Williams, of A small cyclone, accompanied by a woman told her tale of woe, which was guest, were here quence of a constant and copious uso of who is her cloudburst, raged at It o'clock Sunday telegraphed to the Courier-Journthis water, whether the User would be Saturday. in tho neighborhood of Rush Branch and other papers and Is substantially as turned Into pig Iron or Bessemer steel. Mlt W. W. WlTllBits is tho only ono church. It was about .'100 yards wide given above. Mrs. Cook Is the widow Tho experiment is now being tried by of tho party that went to Nashville and after shaking up tho colored of a doctor, who picked her up from a Stanford young man. The depot wawho has returned. Tho others, he church, Pleasant Union, and scaring tho lower walks of life on account of ter falls to quench thirst, the more you hays, are scattered from Bloomlngton, the people, It tore a swath through tho her beauty and slnco his death she has drink the more you want. I heard a 111., toLlnnlottuSpriugs. woodland of Win. Logan; blow down used tho money he left her lavishly for lady who was eating a Danville sandMlt. J. W. McALlSTKlt, of St. JoIt. L. Porter's wheat stacks and took lino clothes and posing on 4th Avenue wich say that a Danville girl last week seph, Mo., was hero on business for a Waller Harris' house from Us founda- for the benefit of admiring masculine drank 17 glasses of the water In sucday or two last week. Be left Saturtion. Tho lightning struck an old tree eyes. Kremer, it is said, fell a victim cession. She did not say what effect it day with his mother, Mrs. Martha Ut her wiles and neglected his business at Mr. Logan's and burned it down. had on her constitution. Wo would who goes to pay him a visit. so much to be in her presence thnt he guarantee that sho would not spoil soon OL'it people will pleasantly remember McKiNNBY. J. L. Tanner, of the had to resign a lucrative iosition in a as that much brlno would keep her Harvey Herd, who road law under Col. firm of Tanner Bros., is back from music Btore. sweet all summer. Dnr.vlllc must bo bought the Loo place In New York, Washington, Richmond, Hill. Ho So much for that side of tho matter. Boyle tho other day and tho Advocate Va., and other Eastern cities. He An interview with Mrs. Kremer, who an awful dry town when a girl can acsays thnt ho will remove fnnn Fort bought dead loads of goods dirt cheap Is on a visit to her father, Lawyer II. complish a feat like that. What could not a Danville man do, but there's no while he was gone. Ruth, tho little Worth, Texas, to It. T. Harris, puts a different aspect on danger of that they don't waste their and daughter of E. J. Tanner, was bitten Mlt. AND Mlts. E. I'. OWSI.BY the case. She says that "villainous capacity on water. Miss Mattlo Hays left for Columbus, by a spider a few days ago and has been woman" has hounded her husband for Tho depot well is a good place to Ga., yesterday. They Intended re- very ill since. Green & Williams, tho a long time, that he went to California, study human nature. It is there that maining some tlmo but a dispatch stat- liverymen, have sold out lock stock and to escape her, that she followed him the rich and the twor meet together upon one common level nnd one touch in,' that ono of tho bank men wiw sick barrel to Arthur M. Estos and Georgo there and with tho fury of a woman of disease makes them all akin. The E. Alford, who will continue tho busihastened their departure. scorned, attempted to ruin him and hope of being benefited brlngsall to the fountain like as of old when they gathIIOLT.CLAW, of ness ut tho old stand. MlSSCAKLIK destroy tho happiness of his wife by ered about tho pool of Bethesda In Jehas been employed to teach AnitBSTBD. Somu tlmo ngo, Jim having falsehoods telegraphed all over rusalem waiting for the moving of tho the public school at Goshen, near Lan- Moore, Jr., and another man, who has tho country. In corroboration of her waters; eomo drink from cut glass and caster, and begun yesterday. Sho skipped, it is alleged beat a couple assertion that tho happiest relations same from rusty tin cans. It's not tho vehicle but the water, so It's not the excomes highly recommended from Beau- of Germans up severely. Constable M. exist between her and her husband, ternals such as clothes and carriages, and musimont College, as a student S. Peyton went to the scene, but fnlled Mrs. Kremer showed us letters from that make the man, but the kindly cian. s to find tho offenders. Sunday ho heard him since ho has been in California? spirit that bubbles up within and In deeds of kindness and love. TUB Lexington Leader has tho fol all of which are couched In the most that Moore was at a certain place and Quito a number of Stanford peoplo lowing: Mr. Claro Campbell, of Rock taking Marshal Newland and T. J. loving words. Ono dated at San Fran- are in the town: Mr. and Mrs. Ed CarIn this city, Castle Springs, Benedict with him, they succeeded In cisco. July 11, tells her of "that wo- ter, Mrs. S. J. Embry, Mrs. M. A. has tho gold fever. He loft this morn capturing him dead to rights. His un- man" coming on tho excursion and Hocker, Mrs. P. W. Logan, Miss ing for Tacoma, Washington, and If cle, Davo Moore, went on his bond, hunting him up and that ho moved his Mnttio Bosloy and Miss Pulllam are tho outlook Is favorable ho will go at and he was released till his trial next boarding place to escape her. Ho tells quartered at Air. McClure's, ueardopot; Mrs. Lovo T. Llllard and children, Dr( once to Alasku. his wlfo not to worry about it, protests Logan, Miss Dolly B. Williams and J. Saturday before Judge Dawson. Miss Magoib Sacra returned from undying affection for her and closes by E. Bruce at tho Springs Hotel; Elder LKWIS. Tho aged mother of Dr. T. saying that so soon as ho gets a posi- J. T. Sharrard anil wife, Miss Lcttio a photographing tour in Washington county Saturday and yesterday com M. Lewis died Sunday of paralysis. tion ho wants her to como at once to Helm, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Brown, and a number of Lancaster and Louismenced to teach tho public school at Sho suffered a slight stroke sevoral him und that ho will send her the mon- ville people are at Mr. R. L. Collier's Mllledirevllle. Her stster, Miss Mattlo months ago and'another Thursday last. ey to do so on. Brothers of Mr. Krem- delightful summer resort. Others are Km.. Ims had tho CotToy's district Tho remains were buried at McCor-mack- er, who live In Now Albany, corrobo- expected to arrive during tho week. church yesterday after a ser- rate his wife In the statement that All tho private boarding houses aro school for some tlmo. full, but there Is still room at the howeeks mon by Rev. W. T. Brooks. Mrs. AKTEK spending live or six Kremer's father gave him tho money tel, whero a cordial welcome is given with friends who were delighted to see Lewis was In her S2d year and during to go to California to seek a location them. A her again, Mrs. Martha Lackey return her long life lot her good works shtno, and say that tho pleasantest relations ress protracted meeting is now in progChristian ...1 t r.nllntin. Tenn.. Saturday. No so that others profited thereby. Sho exist between Airs. Kremer and their by at tho Forrar andchurch, conducted Boswell. They Elders over tho recipient of more had been a member of the church slnco brother. woman was are both earnest and eloquent young courtesies than sho was during her childhood and was truly u good old Mrs. Kromer left yesterday for New preachers and aro attracting largo Mr. congregations, many of tho summer stay for sho was kopt constantly busy mother in Zlon. Besides tho doctor Albany with her brother-in-laIn her honor or re- sho leaves two other children, Mrs. M. E. Lord, and after spending a few visitors leaving thoir cards and novels attending dlnlngs parents-in-lathere, long enough to attond services. A with ceiving callers. Sho waa very proud Wulter Fields and Miss Molllc Lewis. days join herher husband In San Francisco number of Stanford folks ran up Sunwill of the attention shown her and went Her maiden name was Hockcr and sho later Intelligence being that ho has day for a drink of water, but wo homo fooling that sho had indeed been was closely related to that largo family gone into business there and desired don't count them In. More anon. and Its many connections. Occasional. her to como Immediately. In the home of her friends-m -- 3. I .'1 have in utock yet sime of the dress-makin- g Nicest Goodsof the Season you buy or not. Both in Ladies' and Children's nnd the prices will ho remarkably LOW. now rather have what they cost than to carry thum over. Please sec them I would whether g, H. Tue-day- ." J. McROBERTS. Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, MA TTtNG. We are making preparations for a big output of goods When you hear our you will then know we mean to sell the gondi Our aim in making these un. precedented prices is to reach out and furnish our adjoiding counties, which fact lias always proven itself where a customer favored us with a call. We are here for business, quick sales and small profits. pri-pric- cs t m n. W. W. WITHERS. STANFORD. & Branch Store at Ilustonville, II. R. Cnmnitz, Manager. m Z4 ei S SA 11 Scfioof Everything In stock to supply Book ITS "a" "1V 9z n $ IS f?Y I I vvt K 3 jour wants. T-A-IBILiE- m rv SCHOOL I K Si i &J And Stationery at tliu Lowest Cash Prices. 151 VIL to-da- m I SegffiTOPTOgBsgsHMg DRUGGIST, STANFORD, &1 K"i W. B. MoROBEBTS. i!4i (S NO USE CRYING OVEK SPILT MILK. What Summer Goods we have must be sold at once to O 2MEe.x.e Tor Pall Goods. They y, Must Go if We Do Lose Money. Pust color Law ns at 4c, 7)c and 10c. Dimities 5c, 12Jc and 15c. Shirt Waists at the same remarkable reductions. liar-rodsbur- g, al Start In now and trado with us. Vowllls:ivo cha-e. you money on every pnr- - SEVERANCE A SOJV. Me-Alist- Superior Disc Drill, McKiuney, Ky.f Apr. 22, 'U7. Dear Sirs I purchased ono of your Superior Disc Drills in the Fall of 189b aud sowed 100 acres of wheat with it. I found it to be one of the beat machines I ever used. It is far superior to nil other drills. 1 would not undertake to sown crop without one, for there is uo choking up and getting out of order with them. They do their work perfectly uml with light draft. The grass seeder is also n great other drills, for the grass seeder attachment can be used without using the wheat attachment. I recently sold a half interest to my neighbor, J. A. Givens-- , and helms been sowing oats and grass seed with it and is so well pleaed with it that he carries it to Yours truly, shelterevery night. J. L. Bi:ck. Mks&ks. Higgins it McKinnky IIlll-rodsb- urg, a II ii improve-mentjov- er ovcr-tlow- well-know- n Haas' Hog Remedy ..NOT ONLY. 's Prevents Your Hogs from Dying, A sure euro. R 21 w SXrilut makes them futtcn. . PENNY'S DRUG STORE. lyH,tit'A'r- - i8- - tef- - WW T' I. .11 ! MlilWWHWfc lOHljl X: The statement Is mado that during See us before you Wheat George G rider passed a one dollar Decker Pros', Plnuos, 2i bill for a five on Davy Vnndever for this century 401,000,000 Bibles have sell your wheat. Noel & Son. Haines Pros'. I'liuuw, Ellington Pianos, been Issued. Store your wheat with us ami yet liquor. Fiiblloiio A'Z'vvo o iay oiini 3Tri dar I). II. Iluldwlii Pliutos, Mr. John Hughes, of Jackson counIf any. J, the benefit of the advance, There was a picnic at Svcatnoro riichur Pianos, &c Estey Organs, Hamilton Organs anil other Grove Saturday. Dancing was the ty. W. Vn., fell dead whllo taking sacII. Baujrhman & Co. $SJ P JCK. YJCVli IX AD Is Past. To Knjuy the Summer go to Makes. rament at church. A. C. and J. Y. Robinson sold to J. slogan. See my Ooods and (let Mv I'rlcea Ildforu ou When not no pal J 332. SO will 1k charged. E. J. Willis, of Parkland, Is aW Elder W. Baled 70 export cattle at Sl.liO. 10 W. T. WHITE. Oral) Orchard The democratic county committee Utiy. Hugh ulontgomcry sold his crop of meets at Liberty to name can- visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Govor and will preach at Turnersvlllo next SunJohk. IjUTLKMAN, A. U I.A.N II All wheat, about l,o(K) bushels, to E. O. didates for county olllcers. s?-afn- l Frctwell at 71c Paris News. We know of but one Hindmantte in day morning and night. ts There is an unprecedented movement Casey. James Estes bays he will vote Tho Preaehersvlllc meeting closed of grain from this country to Europe for the "guv," as they are old chums, with six additions five by experience and one restored. Steps have been and that's what's making the price of having been raised up together. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. INSURANCE COMPANY Address for Terms, Ac., wheat. School opon9 at Janle Wash Institute taken toward the building of a new Trains leave Stanford at 7 10 a. m. and i p. church. Wheat is still going up and the forDOT p. m, Monday. Prof. W. T. Ford, returning at 4: 45 p m ami OF LIVERPOOL. Sister Alfred, a novice at Loretto, GUS. HOrMANlT, Proprietor, eign demand is so great that 140 steam- principal, Miss Eflle Godbey, prepara KNOXVIlTe DIVISION. was the beneficiary of a most remarkers have been chartered to take the tory, and Alvah Lucas, primary. 3.J Crab Orchard, lu 12 87 p m No. 21 Train going North grain to Europe. The Methodist district conference able cure and tho good women say the " No. 26 " SIS am " South B3BBEE & CaSTLEHUS. 12 01pm " Ko. 25 " Democrat says W. will convene at this place, (Tuesday), Virgin Mary appeared and restored The Winchester " 27 p m " .. No. 23 " B. Kidd shipped 161 export cattle, !, Urd. There will be 60 parsons in at the sufferer to health. MAXAUKUS, For allll'oints. The '13th annual business ami camp 275 to 1,575 lbs. average, which he tendance. The way "yaller legged' A carefully. TIIKO'iOH TICKETS SOLD. Htix'k of Mllllti-rchickens will squat is enough to make meeting of the National Holiness As embracing Everything INunllr Carried. Commerce Building, Louisville. UAtiUAOK CHKCKED THROUGH. bought at 4i to He. Agvnti Throughout the outh. For anr Information enquire o( The News says that a lot of lambs in a black-eye- d pea cachinnate. The con- soclatlon, the motto of which Is; "En Store-roo- Terms well located mid rent reaoun-blea-MISS M. S. I.OOAN. county averaged 90 pounds, ference will Inst three days and will bo tire Sanctltlcatlon or Sinless Living," Barren JOE S. RICE, Agent, lluxtonvllle. Kv. is in session at Chicago with a large atStanford, Ky. which seems to be pretty good for followed by a protracted meeting. Mrs. G. W. Drye went to Frankfort tendance. a county named as it is. 1ak1 Ajjriit,- QUEEN & CRESCENT. Ky., While Talmago was speaking in u pa The Glasgow Times reports sales of Wednesday to see her husband, who Is Kentucky. Trains pass Junction City as follows: Stanford, Has for Sale 40 feeding cattle at 4 to 4.45, 17 fat a guard at the pen. Lee Collinsworth villlou at Franklin, O., tho stand gave 4 02 p m No. llSouth II 37 a m No. 2 North !7lt 3 Mam cattle at 'M to II, 37 fat cows at o:i0 to has returned from No. 3 " 1121pm " 4 " Danville. Cotton away, but no one was hurt. A dog was GOL.DDUST HORSES, 11 2.1 a m " 6 " .No. 5 " 130pm .') and a lot of lambs at 41c. Cowherd accompanied him. Samuel caught underneath and until ho was 8 20 p m " 10 " 6 00 a m No. 9 " Tor Ih)1Ii Saddle and Humes, Purposes. AlNote Nos. S ami fi do not run Sundays, 9 and 10 During the past live months over Eads and niece, of Wayne county, have extricated tho preacher declined to so no further South than Junction City, neither 500,000 Colorado alfalfa fed lambs have been visiting Mr. James Gann's. Mr. proceed. o.they run Sundays. Jersey nd Cattle, Poland China John D. Hockfeller's fad been sold on the Chicago market at Barger, of Russell county, has been DEALER IN- FRANKFORT ANTcTHCINMATI RY. Hogs, Southdown Sheep. money to Baptist societies of every de prices ranging from $4. GO to 80.25 visiting at Mr. Jell Godbey Vs. Miss VIA HLOHULTOWN. At Oakley, Coric Lynn, a maiden Sadie Gann has been visiting in Stan- scription and booming tho Chicago Choice Individuals of bt.t strains. Call or A. M. P.M. P. M. A. H write your wants. filly, stumbled at the ford. "Bud" Glboney aud wife visited University. He has given away M, 200 l.Te, Somerset, Ar!2M 23S ' Jet. City. " 1131 315 820 pole and went down in at Mr. J. C. Coulter's. Miss Nannie 000.000. J. Pierpont Morgan puts $1C0 450 Arr Georgetown, I.T 9 35 C30 505 Oriag Bros.' Pure Bred Poultry. 1155 30 Frank lort, 720 300 the middle of the bunch, breaking her Foglc is confined to her bed with ma- In the contribution plate every Sunday o Hoyle Co. Poultry Yard. morning and has given $1,000,000 to tho larial fever. 5 10 S40 Arr 1'arls 5 30 neck. A wool to th frmcr. If yon iniko money In Dally except Sunday mini time you niu.t kr up with lh tliiirs thl day Francis is managing There ure rads in this section who C.D.IIEKCAW, (3. .A. kivp The singing at tho union services at androtit ofthoroiiiihliM-d- .,vi Thejr iiutiite mrllfr with another wheat comer in St. Louis and are not aware of the fact that the motpilinti TlivarrttiKt-iueiiI.Mirh no mlt In High-Gradthe pool hopes to repeat the achieve- breach In the republican party of this the Baptist church Sunday night was ototir )nl giiaranlrthat ircnt. lhr ran Royal makes the food pure, . Fertilizers and Goal. all virs fortll whn hrttsl. We ment of last year when it made $5,- - State Is far more dangerous than that prouounced the best lu town In a long II. II, whoL.ome and dcllcioua. I'll (ianifx. Imp. Klllijot 13 13.00 " 000,000. In the democracy. The Frankfort Cap while. The singers of all the church SiirU-- Crlrlmtrd I'll t.mio ti tn) Good Warranted as Represented. Ofllco on ' " " WhltiCrtMtcl mark fi.50 Main Street, opsslte Elnioro'a Store, n es are requested to meet with Mrs. T. lUsl Cap, liuorlrd lllih Dr. E. F. McLean, a ' ital, the republican organ of the State, ti 30 ' lilac k Minorca, " Stanford, Kentucky, 2.l horseman, fell dead In the timer's stand says that Shackelford will be elected-I- t F. Spink and Mrs. J. M. Hall Friday Hllvrr Uivd Wyandotte, " " $i.00 nymoulli IkKk, U0 at Oakley, just as the horses cume to J. I.. TOTTEN Sw.wuaj. says that $15,000 was used to night for practice. The services next lurrnlbreed aoore atje W further AH ilnt. the post. The death ended thu sum- bring out the mountain vote last year. Sunday night will bo held at tho PresCKAIO IIIIOS., l'ros., JunUlon City. Ky. TIIOHoroilllREII mer meeting. This fund, the Capital states, was what byterian church and Elder J. T. Shai-rar- d ! A WORD TO will preach. John Durrett, a wealthy tobacco elected McKlnley and they will not Mr. W. B. Prather, of Carlisle, Is S2 of Louisville, warehouseman, has have this "boodle" this year. If the The most OWNERS. bought the Vanmetcr stock farm con- republicans want to read the truth of years old, works every day, is in perof all breeds, attain tho greattaining 4:H5 acres, near Versailles, for the matter let them send for a copy if fect health, has not taken a dose of Arc you Insured ? if not, why notr est eight, fatten of dwellings and barns good as yours $45,512 cash, or over $104 an acre. easily at any uue their State organ, the Frankfort Capi- medicine for 66 years, has never tasted Hoars readv for whisky or tobacco and has been u BapWell Informed grain men think in tal. C. C. wrvlce (llt und mm niready bred. Plgt 60 years. less than GO days wheat will be worth tist of either sex, notnklu Questions und prompt) y nnered. $1. M. C. Smith had an order this week A good Baptist In this olllce wija MATRIMONIAL. J. U. k H. J. Xe&OBE&TS, SUaford. for 5,000 bushels at 72 cents, and was this bears the odor of Its own Improba- Every year. Involving the lost of millions of iUseiutftly Pur At Degraff, Ohio, a man committed bility on Its face. How can n man bo a dollars'. Why should) ou exjK-c- t to ecnjo offering that price which is the highest I have from year to "j ear r a shop at tho forks of the yet offered for wheat here. Nicholas-vlll- e suicide on his wife's grave. Baptist and never taste whisky? Hustonvllle and .MllleUgevlllu pikes, near A bride and groom committed sui- A REMARKABLE Cl'HK OF CHRONIC DIMr. F. Hold's and am preitartd to do nil Journal. Your Property Burn ARRHOEA. ftOTU POSDCR CO., M(W YORK. L kinds of Smock Brothers have sold 2,100 bush- - cide at Houston, Tex., because the latWithin a vear. within a month, within '4 ! els of this year's wheat crop In lSO'I. when I erveil my country as a hours. Wliy hould von exixwe the accu llacksmithingAllen ter could not find work. to and Woodwork, Mrs. E. M. Hoover, of Huntington, private In Coin piny A. ItlTtli Pennsylvania mulation of jear of honest toll to loss by Smith at 71 cents. D. C. Terhune has .uiuiiiecrs, i cunirnciuu enronic Ularrhuwt. a single tlrewhlch can destroy It In an At the lowest prices and In the lsst manner bought in the past few days, 15 marc Ind., who Is but 25, was married her It lias given me a great deal of troublu ever hour Soliciting a share of our patrouago I guarantee all mv work. I will int.. ,.n I kinds of country produce, except for bor.e mule colts at from $20 to 10 and three fifth time the other day and has only since. and have tried n dozen different- mediiteiH.vtruuy, cines everal withshoeing which Is 60 ccnu, cash. Flense give Hmtonville. - - - Kentucky horso mule colts at from $13 to $15. had two husbands. When 16 she mar- out any lermain'titprominent dootor- ngo a relief. Not long u . .ih.iu ui jtiur Niirunage. JESSE D. WZHUCH, ried Edward Nix. They married three friend sent me a (.ample bottle of Chhinber-Iain'- s i Oilers his services to the xle ol West Lincoln Harrodsburg Democrat. C. II. MAVES Colic. Cholera and Dlarrhiea and Casey counties. Full stock of Coffins and CaskOur business manager returns thanks times and were divorced three times in niitl after that I lwught and took a Kemedv General Agent, - - - - Stanford, Ky 50c littets always on hand. D. S. Carpenter. Manager. 95 to Secretary Nick Daniel for a compli four years. She was divorced from le, and now I can .sav that I am entirely ! I can not be ul enough & mentary and invitation to the Whitley Hoover last winter, but has become his cured. great Remedythankf remmnnindtoliyou OfLlneolnindQ&rrard. for this ami to all suffering veterans. If In doubt, wrlto fair, which will be held at Williams- wife again. me. lours gratefully. Henrv Stein burger, Owing to the wet weather last ear most burg, Sept. 3, with a big iot of prem- Allentown, Pa. Sold'by Craig A Hocker. all of the wheat In the country was damag. I can now supply tlio people with Fresh THE LAND OF THE SKY ium8 Mr. Walker Mason, the I. J's. I'd. and to do our customers Justice wo hud a a Corn and Hay, Candy of many varieties and superior excul- the Railroad tn grind It for them In order to holdoiircus-torCholera and loncy every day. I aru waking It myelf correspondent, Is president of the as The average trip to the &ea shore or Ohamlierlaln's Colic.afford prompt relief. Order Office and Kiss! Exchange, Crotnlnf, lVt Mnvt, and also for others who were customRemedy always and guarantee satisfaction. Give me a call. sociation ers of other mills which would not northern resorts is .much like all other tor sale liy Craig & Hocker. - J. A. STEPHENSON, Stanford their old customers, and as they The Kansas apple king, Judge summer trips in many particulars, but Coal Yard, Mill Street, lately J. II. )(!Wlm have good wheat this year wo think they Satisfaction Kuarantnsl. It Is always gratifying to receive who has the largest apple orch- a trip to the south in the heated season ought to pitroulm us ils others would not for Colic, Cholera and accommodate them last ear. Our Hour ard in the world, seeds his orchard to in search of a cool place is something Dlarrho'aChamberlalu'H when the endorseRemedy and mis year win give me In'st of satisfaction ! MRS.JO. D.SIMPSON, Pror.. clover as soon as they begin bearing, different altogether. Different In Its ment Is from a physician It Is especially so. and we will guaranteo It to all as wo have mere Ls no more satisfactory or effective new cloths In our mills. Thank!, for past and twice a year rolls the clover down lack of hot (they don't have remedy than Chamberlnlii'i. Colic. Cholera : Crab Orchard now has the Hnesl Vouri. with a heavy roller provided with sunstrokes In the South). Different in and Dlarrho'a Remedy," writes Dr. R. E. artist In tlioCkuntry In the K!rxuoftonorlal favors. Wo are Very Sa.ml'ki. n ii MORRIS FRED Robey, physician and pharmacist, of Olnev, HlMKtlMiiiii:. who handles the scissors and Newly furnished; clean beds; splendid knives similar to those of a stalk cut- that It Is comparatively inexpensive. Mo., mid as he has used the Remedy In Ids razor In expert style. Call on him when von Porters ter. The clover resceds itself. Ex. table. Everything Different in the absence of perspiring own family and sold It In his drug store for want it clean shaveor stylish haircut, i" 89 t trains. E. W. Lee has rented the Granville crowds of humanity everywhere about six years, he should certainly know. Tor sale by Craig A Hooker. Stanford. Cecil Salt River farm of 900 acres. He one. Different in altitude you can go The XIOKKI.L MAGAZINE . FX2TXT will sow wheat this fall and get full up thousands instead of hundreds of CIIAITKH 1, wanu goo reliable iigcnti to canFoolish man, M)ssessIon the first of the year. Dr. feet above vas for Milncrlptions. A very and get the bracing TIN IID SHEET WORKS, good rale of cash commission will Sprightly miss. Leach's mare, Bessie Leach, by air which brings you homo again inhe given, or hicyclo premiums if Meet won a great race at Cleveland. vigorated. KY., preferred. All innlerinl hiit'i until, Koth kiss. SS.OO is the round-trideIt was the 2:13 pace, purse $1,000, In rate for a pie copies ftirnishwl free. Apply Sole proprietor of Dean's Illack Diamond Hoot CliAITKIt II. nt once. which there were 17 starters. Advo- lightful trip to that famous Souther u l'alnt. K.tluiates jurniihed for alntlni wo.il, Preacher speaks, metal and Iron loot.. SitlsCv tlou cuaraiittstl. All cate. mountain resort Ashevllle the center risifa jRilnttsI with Pew words said; Illaik lUainund Taint : : Ky. Maoazine, warranted foryiari, Dealer In Cl'tem I'unijx J. S. Hocker, who was a contending of what Is known as "The Land of the Man and miss. Iron Filters, (ja'raulztslaiid Itlsik aiidtiatranlieil ISO Slimmer Street, Office on street at Residence, I bidder, tells us that the farm of E. W. Sky." This vln the Queen & Crescent Iron Ri.itltiKofall kludt. SI. if They are wed. Jkwton, Mass CII.UTCIt III. ue, near bhelby (JIty, or ,Ul acres, Route, and the Southern R'y from Lex A. S. Stern Judge, was bought by II. B. Herd, of Fort ington, Saturday, August 7th. Tickets i (Man Is meek) Surgeon Hor&c stock at this rute ure good 10 days to return. Worth, Texas, at 300.10. All iwtotii dcalrlu Uiciiit fiuts for Wank feiuc. Coiisunts to payher, Dentist, sold well, cows brought $20 to $37, Sixteen hours ride through the Blue imsi ana tannic or wire leiiceran llml wuat tlier Ten a week. want at mr itote near Cedar Creek, on the Hike Southdown ewes $3.55 to $3.9(1 a head. Grass, across High Bridge, down the Ky, New J York World. leading from Crali Urchanl to Stanford I 1m keep on hand aiupplyof plank fur fitielnc. All Tennessee ewes, $1.61 to $2.96, sheep Emory and through the itountalns of klndsof liimlier for luillilliu iimes: alsolsjards ami shliules. All pcrsou derirliiK any article ol Office over MiRalmrts' Drue Store In the Owsley $2.75, Aldernoy steers $11.75 and hay East Tennessee to the French Broad Electric Bitten. this kind jii call on me at my store noarCodar Box llulldlug. $8 in stack. Ky. river and for some 40 miles along that EltHtru Hitters Ish medicine aMlted fcirjnyM'a. UreeU. X' (,. W. MNtd.KTON s'rhan more generally the lias had 12 yeam's practice lieforn all tho The Woodford Sun notes several beautiful mountain Btremn. TheAsht-vill- o njii, hut exliamtcl (wlln pretalls when whenliver laneiiiil llm Depa tinents In Washington City, u torpid and alustiilsli and thu nistlofa toulciind altitude Is 2,f)00 feet, with protectcrop? of wheat that averaged 30 to 35 l fult A prompt usuof this me.llilii.iuf. & alteralhe THE POPULAR D bushels per aero and were sold at 70c. ing peaks double that height, giving teu aerls lomt and crfi4ps fatal hiliom feters. No will art M..I'ro)irletors The Lcavy farm of 267 acres was that peculiar beauty and dryness for and mislicinvthes)stpmmote mirely in lonnuractlii); fitvliij from the malarial iiolson. LUHaflJ bought by T. M. Parrlsh at commis- which it is noted throughout the world. Ileadat'lii ln.kvslloii, Ciiistlp.itloii Mizxinuss LIVERY.FEED& SALE.STABLE flllvtWmj.fjSfcWfTittt Irl.l to i:itstrlc hitters. .Vic and sioner's sale at $70. The hemp crop Sunshine for .'500 days a year; Perfect at W H McUolwits Drin? More, Jl.la) i Isjttlo Make healtliy iMirk. Vour stomach, If Ky. conscience, demands thai you feed I)r will bo the poorest raised in this sec hotel service; Tho most elaborate prii Haas Hog Remedy as Shiwl nt the Head. i tion for a number of years, if Indeed a vate residence and domain In America, 'lurnouts, prompt nttcntlon, very ease and iiork producer.a preventive of For sale Ii Au. J. Ilofl, the leading drugUt of Slirure. reasonable A ortIou or your pationagu is more complete failure has ever been at Biltmore; Scenery unsurpassed and iwrt, Ij., siiys ''Ir King's New Plswvtiy la tliu resiciiiiiiyrates TANNER BROS., McKliiiiuy, Ky oitcitel is only tlilm; tliat cures my coiigh ami It Is thu lest made. Woodruff threshed 2,200 bush- on u scale of actual gruuduer. J CamtiUdl, iuercli.iit ol neitei I ouie. s ford. Ariz "Dr. Kind's New Dlvorery Is els of wheat In a day and moved three Wrlto to us for books describing .... .!.... .;- ..1.1 ll ...... ..mi.ui mi it; ii never i.ius ami is a sure times. Ashville, will send them free. W. U, vuiu iw vi"imiiiioiif loimna ami coiiis. i tan not i.n us nieriis " i;r Domino, the famous son of Hlmyar, Rlncarson, Gcn'l PassY Agent, Q. &C. .i nnjiirfu Consumption, CoiikIh hliiK's rwIs lor and Colds not an exiwrlineiit It has Iweu trle.1 for a quarter of a ROUTE. died of meningitis on the farm of James Route, Cincinnati, O. century and to.djy stands nt the head. It never fuThe Best Line loand From R. Kecne, near Lexington. disappoints Free trial bottles at W. II. Mcltoherts The Low rates Queen & Crescent Route. Drug More. neral was one of the most remarkable TOLEDO AND ever seen In Kentucky. The body of Low rate tickets from Q. & C. points Bucklin's Arnica Hake. All Point. In Michigan. for tho following meetings: tho once mighty racer was wrapped The ist aalve In the for Grand Castlo Knights of the Golden sores, ulren.aalt rheum, world sores,cuts,, Lrul.esfever tetter, chapin a winding sheet and lowered gently CHICAGO. ied bands, rhllhlalni. corns and all skin eruptions. It positively cures piles or no pay reoulred It la "White City Special." Into an Immense, grave, while tears Eagle, Morohcad, Ky., August Commercial Law League of America; 9" Heat Terminal Station. W i" ""i uiuiiaciiou or mouey were in the eyes of many of tho largo PrlctW rents iwr box. For aale hy V. U. 1897. Tick O., July McItols'rU. Urn w 'Ist. crowd who stood watching. Arrange LOUIS. be Avoiding tho Tunnel ments are- made to have a granite alub ets to v. sold to either Sandusky or To : TO CURE A GOLD IN ONE DAY. ledo, erected over tho grave which hhall Take Laxative Uromo Quinine TiMc-itBOSTON. Knights of Pythias, (colored), ColAll uruidsta refund V,'0. nlWKX " It "" to Cure. Koi bear this inscription: "Here lies the umbus, O., August Co., WagnerfSleeiiliig Cars. 11. Mcltolwrts, CraI(T A .'J. sale hy O, fleetest runner and as game and as genFeuny, Druggists, Stanford, Ky. Hocker. aud iMOfrViMOfrVi m FOUNDED laoB. YORK. erous a horse as tho American turf Low Rates. Last excursion this si.. r..t. ., - " .V.r?! " W'S eiP'n? Car., Irlrat Sloan's Liniment cures cramp or colic and ""1 has over seen." year to Niagara Falls, Thursday, Au- nil itches and pain. W. II. v,m "i igui uoacue and Xla MeRoborts has It. lug Cars. gust 5th, via Queen & Crescent Route a m The republican executive committee STANFORD, KV. 0 Sloan's Lliilinutii Is the great family Big Four. Ask agents for particBe sure your ticket, read via "1110 FOUR ' NBA of Pickens, county, Ga., adopted reso- and edy. It penetrates so Sold by W. FRANK J. REED, B. O. McCUKMICK, ulars. D. B. MARTIN, B. McRoberts, Stanford Chicago. G. P. A., lutions denouncing the present national Passenger TrafflcJ.Mgr., D. i en. Pass. A Tkt. Agt. For .sore throat or pain In your chest use K. II. UACON, ... Wit, mln nuura CINCINNATI, OHIO. administration for Its partiality for Sloan's Liniment. Sold by W. B. McltoberU. ,"'-- ' .I.I...3 ..... .( "Kink" out Of iuku 1110 I).P.A LouLvlllo. Negro republicans. This uction was muir iiiinu ii.icK wmi aioan's Liniment For W. It. McRoborts. provoked by the appointment of Henry Every Fanner nnd Stock - Raiser .should sale by Who eaa think STANFORD, KV. Wanted-- An or aotne atmpla Sloan's Liniment on hand for an emerkeep Ruoker, colored, as collector of inter- - gency. Ask your neighbor and he will tell Former Unitel States Senator Doo- to palest r oa w.aito. All klndsof repairing do:o at reasonable rates WttUWV&XA&iliV'L vou why. Sold qy W. B. McRoberts. i nal revenue. little Is dead. Upholstering a specialty, batutactioQ guaraaei Wheat! I i FARM AND TRADE, THE INTERIORJOURNAL Middleburg, Casey Co: RELIGIOUS. The Winter PIANOS AND ORGANS. Of Your Discontent to-da- y 1P f It TIEffll), CRAB ORCHARD SRRtNGS. to-da- m 1 FOR SALB. ed m y. y, e. 40-U- eot W. A. -- F. REID, Stanford, J. B. HIGGINS, -- Short-Hor- n two-year-o- ld three-quart- er "6 Farm Wagons, Pleasure Vehicles, Hlue-Oru- ss ry Lylng-In-flosplta- l. 1" t Agricultural Implements, e lx- - til'-d- . Ih-- r l'f, well-know- FR0PERTY Thoti-snn- ds POWDER Are Destroyed by Fire or Lightning lfry mm oK-ne- DUROC HOGS m '1 pru-IIII- C aAJUNO. -- -- - J. T. StJTTOWT. Undertaker, -- a'.-r- u CANDY KITCHEN. NOEL SON, iii-n- r TO THE PUBLIC 1-- DEHLERS IN COKL. Kentuoky. Dlar-rhti- 'a n, Well-hous- e, Stanford; Hccom-modn- tu Mason Hotel Kentucky. s. first-clas- NOTICE lncaster, in-je- noon-day- s ResiM-etfull- DR. W. B y. sea-lev- el J.X.Jones, IW STANFORD, EARN MONEY. Gam-bonlt- o, p Dentist, Stanford) The Nickell PRICE, zrsroTiazE GE0RGEH. M'KINNEY. 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