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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897080601 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. rrs r ' T ' SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVI. LANCASTER. CASKY COUNTY INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST G. 189T. NO. 46 il. II. McClure's more at Humphrey HUSTONVILLG. was broken Into Saturday night and his Caught jjy a Flotsam and. James Harper Is buying a car or two safe rolleved of about 100. A big lot J. II. Hilton und daughter, MUs HorStaff IU'puksi'Ntatjvk. - of .'I to broke mules. Myers visiting of goods Is also missing. Two dynade, of your county, huvo been Monday had more of tho appearance mite caps were found on tho safe which Allen snipped one car of good hutch- relatives hero. .. fSI .. ..I ' . 1. KENTUCKY. of "big" court in olden times than any nn . 1.. k. .1 .. .. Circuit court convened on the 115th of the circuit courts I have attended at no doubt would have been used had not . uuiaiu i.uu .. u:.!' oirilauius iu .. lent o the scamps caught on to the combina- nutl this week. anil from present Indications oonsldorn-blLiberty during the lust dozen or so tion. Tho epidemic only of Klondykites 13 Morning Daily in business will bo disponed of. ' Thinking, no doubt, that prosperity spreading throughout this section l In years. Tho fanners are pretty well up The colored teachers'" Instltuto with their work, the lumber business Is had returned a man from Russell counIf all go who say they will, we session und Is being well intended, dull now and the yeomanry had little to ty brought a wagon load of baskets to win nave room in the bprlng for a being accomplished muny of that rnce do but to go to court a recreation that Liberty Monday, but business was so small regiment. teachers. 1)1) Caseyltes out of 100 enjoy. There dull he did not tarry long. What tho Hon. B. H. Jvlng, of Morelund, is Ben Gwlnn, who was urreslod last were attractions too that drew those aveiageman wants most now Is not preparing to put In a small system of was week for assaulting John Scott, who take an Interest In politics. The baskets, but something to put In them. water works at Moreland, the pumping The Editorials in South. All News win tent to the work house for 30 duys, democrats named a ort!ou of a county Dr. I. S. Wesley and wife, of ..liddlo-bur- to be done by a wind mill. Our city Fit Print. such us to render Inn. hU wounds are s hud a narrow escape from death should have a like system. ticket, the republicans selected him untiblo to work at present. to tho blow out tit Louisville, as they were returning from Liberty Mrs. A. M. King, of Danville, is vis- Associated Press I'exit. All Legitimate Sortlng News. J'ull H.iclng Reports. Literary Mr. George T. Mason, of Chicago, News by a Competent Critic. Special Illustrated Supplement Sunday. were Sunday afternoon. Lightning struck iting the Misses Jenkins on Middle-bur- g n Aug.. 10, while political speeches vWltlng relatives here. Mr. M. F. by candidate for Commonwealth's a tree near by, knocking the, doctor u made Ave. Les. M. Held returned to ,. Is working up a revival In the Tor :v) Dajs New Mall SiiI,cH!x.ti Will Taken for One Year for only after recuperating a furnishes Attorney Aarons, of Hussell,and Judge from his seat, stunning his wife con- Latonia which tent here, v AtUlreHH, THE MORNING HERALD, Lexington. ICy. Vincent Uorelng, who desires to step siderably and causing their horse to cheaper und more desirable protection into Congressman D. G. Colson's shoes'. fall as If shot. They were all right week at home. Robt S. Lytic and wife Milof your city, were calling on our merthan any other order. John W. Politics was the absorbing theme and Monday, however, and Dr. Wesley was chants II. Clay Hunt, the good ler went to Cincinnati and Cleveland white heat will be reached before tho at court as usual. looking und popular grocery pilgrim, this week. The doctors of Casey went into a November election. Contrary to the NEXT SESSION WILL HKGIN SEPT. C, 1M)T. The Ladles' Aid Society will give rule no patent medicine fakirs were on combine some months ago and raised of Lexington, was taking orders heie Wednesday. both vocal and instruSome changes will then be made ta tho work of Mm teachers so as to securo a grcator musical contests, hand, but newspaper men were there their prices in some cases, notwithJudge James R. Napier Is confined elllolencv In all uott'irlmunts. mental, nbout Sept. 10. Valuable pristanding the fearful scarcity of mon- to his bed by a severe attack of cholera Miss .Martin will ho prlnclp tl of tho Primary and Preparatory Departments and will by a large majority and what they did zes will be awarded and contestants ey. This worked pretty well forawhile, morbus. Mayor Al Hums and Will give stterlal attention to Hit) sin iller pupils. for the crowd "was a plenty." Be.Miss Harris will glvo lessons lit Art. Elocution, Physical Culture, Tree Hand Drawing, are expected from adjoining towns. As our Liberty oorrostxmdeiit has but Dr. Prewltt who moved down from Dodd have Klondykites and say "ore and will teach classes lu heading und History. of entertaining of a new character Miss Cowen will continue to give lessons In Instrumental and Vocal Music and In Volco told our readers Casey's capital Is Im- Doyle and who does not belong to the the robins nest again" they will be Culture. ment for this section, much Interest proving. Building is going on on every 'society." Is likely to get more than well on their way. Al bought a line Dr. Mielton and Mrs. S.mllev will have charge of classes In tho Collegiate Department. will be taken. Tor further Information cull on Mrs. S.iutley at tho College or write to her for Catalogue. from F. M. Yowell fcr an hand and those who have not been to his share of the patronage. His chargtrotter The Iincastor Concert Hand gave es in some eases are less than a third about 100 that he will take with him. the good old town during the past live o'Hjn air concert In Central 1'ark Tuesof the others' prices? for Instance, in Mrs. P. W. Green, of Lexington, is town came years would hardly recognlz.e it now. day night, when the whole There are some beautiful homes there obstetrics he charges only $.'", while with friends and relatives In the Wost out and the oxeolh'iit music made them and ere fall comes there will be a half the schedule fee adopted by the soci- End to spend the heated term. Frank forgot the excessive heat, l'eople are dozen or more added to the list. It is ety Is $10. As at least a third of the True, working with Myers Bros.' wondering why Saxtou's band was en it will be seen thresher at J. K. Duughmnn's. had a readily apparent that Liberty's busi- calls are for gaged for the Fair whon ours woul ness men think more of their homes that Dr. Prewltt's advent will cut sun stroke and Is In a very critical con- Having considered thequcstlou from almost every standpoint, wo have decided to adopt tho liuvo doue as wull. than they do of their business. They quite a tigure with the Casey M. D.s. dition. The mention In our last of J. Several potty thefts huvo been Our readers may expect a newsy let- P. Uailey for' county judge has voiced will carry on business in utmost any of lute. Chickens, butler, hero kind of a building, but their homes ter from Liberty at least once a wutk the feelings of over 400 voters in the preserved fruit and everything neces-nar- y must bo substantial and comfortable. A from now on. Dr. K. A. Jones his 1 have been kept to make a dainty meal is Vought good man is he who loves homo above consented to write for us and as e two precincts here. busy promising to tell the county comIs dilllcult to tell It by the scoundrels. never does things by halves, we feel mittee that Jim was the judge It they Hcgluulug July 1. 10T. believing that It will ho more satisfactory to both buyer and seller. business and all else. which the thieves aro preparing ferLUwrty hotels have for a century had safe In saying that our Casey county would nominate him. W. R. W. No bad debts will accumulate, consequently wo can sell goods cheaper. It will take much tile colored Fair on the tlth and 7th, or a reputation for feeding well and set- friends will be kept posted on the les capital, our expenses will bo less and there Is every reason why tho cash system will the white Baptist association .on the ting big dinners on public days, and in and around Liberty. Mr. Chus. provo satisfactory. Wo only ask you to try It awhile and if you find It Is not to your adMATRIMONIAL. " vantage, wo will not kick on your buying from merchants who sell on credit. Wo aro satare they aro not inclined to lose that "rep." Montgomery will assist him until e It is undoubtedly true that thore D. Stagg, familiarly goes back to college. bollevo that Mt" Mine host, Frank Alvey, aged 10, was married isfied we can soil you goods from 10 to per cent, cheaper than tho credit men and till republicans here who Very till,, T he Louisville Dispatch has a gotd at Farkersburg, W. Va., to a widow of should certainly beau Inducement to you. Kluley la more 'Miworful than Johovah. known as "Hanta," who runs the Stagg in Casey and it is growirg Is. They assert that the promising crops Hotel, fed hundreds of ooplo Monday circulation A woman near Redwood Falls, Minn., and the advance In "wheat are due to and for the small sum of a quarter he daily. The democrats, or most of them, the new administration, when every- L'avu it dinner almost tit for the L'ods. consider themselves agents fo.- that murdered her husband, saturated his body ktiowf, or ought to know that the 'Everybody eats at tho hotels at Liber- o.eollont paper and never fall to put clothing with kerosene and applied a u demand for wheat, caused by the short ty and most of us got more than value In a good word for It. Mr. John W. match. j. Whlpp, why came monstrous near beMrs. Clinton Ogg, of Hamilton, O., ss, crops of other nations is the solo cause received for our money. ing a gold bug, is one of the Dispatch's took nrsenlc because her husbacd I Tho unusual sight of a clothing store of the advance In the price. It Is equalI ly true that the genial sunshine, the out doors was seen on the public square best friends and his friends say that scolded her for staying out late at a i refreshing shower ami the fertile soil Monday. An old Jew, named Bleedlu, he occasionally walks out to meet tho picnic. A Bracken county man has recently are the immediate and the only causes was there from Louisville with a load Moreland hack In order to get his faWo aro prepared to store wheat at a less price than you can storu It yourbut as his prices vorite dally a little sooner. E. C. W. returned after an absence of 14 years in : wlrleh produce bountiful crops. No ad- of ni self. Cull and see us ami we California and found his wife married A ministration ever made u crop or crea- were no lower, and In most cases not WAYNESBURG, har- as low as the Liberty merchants olTer, to another man. ted a demand for one after It was Married lu Powell county, W. M. (!): vested. If relief comes It Is duo to nat- ho didn't raku In many shekels. We had quite a hail and rain storm Tho )orlion of a democratic county Sunday, with the largest hail your Townsend, aged 73 years, and Miss causes and MeKtnley has no more ural Minnie Means, aged IT. This is the to do with It than the humblest citizen ticket named by the committee, which scribe oversaw. Por ott. In the nation. The advance is brought was given in Tuesday's issue, is a good third marriage of tho groom. The Messrs. Tucker. Glass and Simpson, and one and unless a wonderful change Is of Owen county, have shipped two cur bride owns a lino farm and the groom about by the misfortune of others the republicans re jubilant because it wrought It will provo a winning one. loads of cattle from here, mostly calves has but little save a half doen childoccurred In this administration. Some Even tho republicans admit that they for which they paid very-gooprices. ren. are "all torn up" und a number of them arc fools, some kunves. Frank Martin, who got In front tf There were present at a recent mar- in The injustice In the new tarlll law is will aid in electing tho ticket made James Lee's pistol ufjEubunks Friday, riage Jn Martinsville, lnd., the mother clearly seen when we consider the fact Monday. Tho primary of March was a in getting along vorywell. Tho boys of the bride, aged .14 years, the bride's aged 63, and the bride's killer" to the enemy and It is an un- ought to don't, for It Is very dangerous that only 5,000,000 of persons aro emaged "!. The ployed In the manufacturing interests, pleasant subject to a great many mem- shooting at each other with those old great-- g is bride's and about 10,000,000 In other Interests, bers of the g. o. p. In Casey. Chair- pistols. such as fanners, agricultural laborers man W. l Kconoy, of the democratic Mr. E. W. Reynolds, of Uarrlmon, living at the age of 1)1) years and in fanHeaded by U. S. IylOflEL, HO. and merchants of all classes, a large county committee, Is confident of the Tenn., is among friends here. Mr. lv trood health, but she was unable to Son of Ivlever's Model, No. 29,710. tho greatest breeding hog 38,353. HUNDLEY'S living, and CLAUDE, No. 12.C01, son of tho World's Columbian Champion. Claude. No. 11,007. Fine, majority of whom arc forced to pay an success of his ticket and he usually and Mr.- -. Geo. Foster are visiting rela- make ono of tho happy party. toppy young boars ready for service. A few show gilts old enough to breed, and bred sows excessive price for goods and the nec- knows what he's talking about. tives In Casey. Aunt SallyJ:Ronolds In overv respect, with Miss Dolly Higby's novel "In God's a specialty, for sale, This stock U strictly Casey county democrats do not take Is still very low with little or no hopes essaries of life, In order to give emWrite your wants or come and pedigrees. Country," has been dramatized. It seo my hogs.Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Courier-Journand don't of recovery. ployment to those who labor In facto- much to the A fow Jersoy Cows for sale. Thoy are good ones. Also Mammoth Pokln Duck Having a little business aud'u desire will be called "A Kentucky Romance, Fggs.Sl fresh13. ries and enrich the owners thereof. A denlro It as a gracious gift. Some good A. E. HUNDLEY, Ho 105, Danville, Ky. for Is impossible Samaritan sent u bundle of the edition to again visit the capital city of Casey, or a Love Story of the South. "C Mits school boy can see that It society editor of tlo c and being requested byju friend to ac- Dolly Used to be to protect one interest without dealing containing tho speeches at the convention at Louisville, but the company him, we had tho pleasure of Courier Journal, but she is an Atlanta a hardship toother classes and this out re should never be done, especially wheu person to whom thoy were directed being In Liberty and seeing the big man's wife now and doesn't have to port parties and make personals of un the unprotected classes are In the ma- found difficulty in distributing them. crowd drawn thither Monday by the is My good, old friend, Willis Coulter, of llrstdayof big court und two conven- important people. jority. The only way to avoldj-thlwhose social The Bradley-Martin- s, commerce of MIddleburg, saw his wife wrapping up tions, a republican' to Jseloct delegates to open our ports to the During the Tennetve Centennial und hlerirtionl Etpoitionat A'ji-lillt- ', function at New York last winter was other Nations and defray the expenses his dinner in one of them and it didn't to the State convention and democratTenn ,u low rate upecitil turiff lun been ertahlUhed for the sule of of so much comment beof the government by internal revenue take him long to make her aware of the ic to nominate a county ticket. Wo the subject tickets from Cincinnati and other terminal print on tlie Queen it Creteenl cause of Its cost, have become granddinlearned that they have a clean ticket on the luxuries of life und direct taxa- fact that he had rather go without Xante. who married tion. The wealthy man has more to ner than eat It from that worst of all and one that litis' a good chance to win. parents. Their daughter, Ticket are on mleduily until further notice to Chattanooga at fl.53 one given birth Liberty is improving and growing the Earl of Craven, has just be guarded by law and he should pay deserters the C.-- J. way or fl.00 round trip from. function City, the vonnd trip ticket being Newport, R. I., to u son and heir to They are tolling It on Thco. Wesley, slowly, notwithstanding the hard times at more than the poor man. As all can good term day to return; other tick t, with longer nturn limit, at $7.30 millions. not be protected alike, this is the tho MIddleburg druggist, who is an up- - that one could hear discussed on every the Earl's reputed ii(f at id.Obforthe round trip. By steamer it costs $150 to go from . hand, for tho people of Casey, liko oth that in reply true theory, und when the people plicant for the Thete rate enable the public to viit Xaihvifle and other Southern wi'iito you , h or people, to their sorrow feel the of- - San Francisco to Dawson City, und study it and consider their Interests-- to a letter to Congressman D. G. Vetibuled train ofthefincA clai are at the of rate iwtrr before offered. by a good regarding the olllco, tho Hell coun- f.sn. ik( tit, Mil In lnit ii ttil ITriMitii Knikin nrd not at Klondike then the republican party will only live In dipoal of the panenger, affording a mott plemant trip, and enabling one deal. Dogs are worth their weight In history. All the money fchas gono to ty statesman told him that ho had bet- There are sotno mighty clever people d to ritit the eery intending tceucry and important battleground in and ono sells from the manufacturing centers and'as It Is ter get John I). White to procure the in and around Liberty, among whom is gold. A good, about Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain and Chickamanja Xational Jfi'i-tar150 to $200. The Yukon river Is closto a Nation just what blood Is to the appointment. Mr. C. seems to have Mr. W. D. Stagg, tho popular hotel to the latter Park. Ticket to Xmhville to ritit the Centennial can be purchased human system, congestion or an ex- gotten It Into his cranium that Mr. man, who does everything Jin his pow- ed by ice from November at Chattanoojafoii 33. 10 round trip. Ak your ticket agent for ticket via cessive How to one place will cause the Wesley was a White man before the er to make his guests feel at homo. We part of May. the Q. A C. Jiowte South or write to A Chicago druggist elulms to have death of the system. This is proved memorable primary of last year, and aro bound to admit at last that Mr. Ed discovered a method of reducing beef wheu ho Walton knows a good.'-thinby the protracted panic through which ho may bo right about it. JAMES JIO T, Agt. Junction City, or so small that a man could we aro passing. Tho corn crop In Casey Is late but a sees It, for we saw him disposing of to tablets, V.C.liL'EAllSOX,G. P. A. Cincinnati of two fut beeves. good ono Is expected notwithstanding. Mr. Stagg's food inawayj'very inter- carry the equivalent J. W. Pomfroy, the editor of a Very little wheat Is raised except In esting to behold. We did not return Six of thu tablets havoaulllced him for creek paper at Covington, says ho that portion of tho county close to tho the same day, as we expected, and can food for the last two weeks. A tropical leather back turtle, weighwas Inveigled Into tho olllco of Sonator Lincoln and Boyle lines. Mr. R. H. not say wo are sorry we had to stay, for fA Goehel and kept a prisoner by him for MoAnlnch has tho largest crop soiuo wo accepted tho Invitation of Messrs. ing (535 pounds, got astray Into Chesa- VA capthree hours, while he cursed, abused d acres, some of which will yield George and Robert Foster-t- spend the peake Bay a few days ago aud was and assaulted him In a most violent 33 bushels to tho aero. Tho gardons night with them and enjoyed tho trip tured by some stout fishermen. It Is manner for referring to him In his pa- aro fresh and lino and roasting ears, clown Green River to their father's six feet live Inches long and three feet W BY per. Finally when Goehel wasn't look- beans und the Hko aro In abundance. very much and wo were greatly pleas- eight Inches broad. It never gets very warm In Alaska, ing lie says ho got out of the window Tho endorsement of Gov. Bradley's ed to learn that the father, mother and and slid down a post to the street and administration by the Casey county re- boys are all Bryan democrats of tho while from November to May tho merfor this treatment ho will ask tho publicans had a string to It. They en- cleanest sort. Wo started home Tues cury stays below the freezing point. tivo conseccourt for damages. dorsed his actions In trying to suppress day and stopped at Yosomlte und visit- Tho record shows that for days In February laDO, it stayed Honolulu says that mob law and his oHorts in making A report from ed for a short tlmo ono of my boyhood utive United States Minister Sowell was Into pay tho debts tho State .school teachers and.spont a most pleas- 47 below zero. stituted to declare a protectorate Au- owes, but there tho endorsement stop- ant hour talking of old times that will A North Carolina moonshiner was Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, gust '2 and raise tho American ting In ped. In fact Gov. Bradley hasn't been never bo forgotten while we live. It arrested while at church singing with of Moses and tho Lamb Hawaii In case news reached him that popular In Casey for years and as he Is made us realise that wo are growing zeal the songs Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Congress had failed to approve the an- becoming more unpopular with his par- old and If wo expect to do much good and led out handeutTed. Square, Stanford, Ky Thirteen-year-ol- d Room OppoMte Court-Hou- se George Young got nexation treaty.' as his administration grows older, it und be as useful as that dear teacher 21 ty A man at Hethlehem, Pa., llvod o tried to raako us, we must be up and tangled In a sprlnkllug hose and was tho i was u bitter pill for them hours after having been stabbed thro choked to death near Akron, O. is short. doing for life endorsing thoy did. the heart. Tr)G mOHniOG r)GRALD, LEXINGTON, & ( -- ka t The Democratic ra-idl- y. Central Kentucky. The Only Sound Money, Free Trade Democratic Daily in the Ashland District. Best the to the Published g, that's dele-gale- El-kl- Mnc-eabo- 1 $.-- to-da- y. to-da- y. THE STANFORD FETCHLE f C0LLEG6 A Word To You. ob-tetrl- com-mlttu- 1 THE CASH SYSTEM, -'I dc-in- gs 1 - FARRtS St HARDIN. t hand-me-down- s, I . WHEAT. I Will Either Buy or Store d i J. H. BAUGHMAN 6t CO. grand-mothe- r, rand-mothe- r, - Higfi Locust Herd Rag. PolanflCfu nas. llrst-chi- ss to al bolto-cratl- s Queen & qwwwr. post-ollle- o, Col-so- I long-haire- y g Wm$&ssEato3wamm 70-od- o UnDGflCAKinG 1 J. c. M'CLARY. I Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. to-d- o lit-tl- r&GR(kffly-:w- iMj&'i i idii- -i' inj'f-- i jiiMw mt ' -- - 11 c fliwt'"Pfii Jn .wwr lii 'i1.i .i I i n n . ii MiniwtMwrwjfciftCi''irA.ttrtiif miwiw:i UiiilfWiiKfl'UJ'ywwMiPWIWB r ,llpi l'TTTw--rgryyii- i iiy; ij n jtvjf- '' I Si " ' f- - "'----- -- - - rv , & j- - ii ' U It L I E i ? s . ?ir Ii ft 'It IK Two society girls were drowned the otlicc, and will run a merchant taiwhile bathing at n summer resort near loring and gentlemen's furnishing business. Advocate. Grand Rapids. Mich. Canadian mounted police turn back Ihe young son of Louis Schlegel, of Klondyke gold seekers who are not Richmond, has received a check for all $2,000, the amount willed to him by provided with a year's provisions. Jacob T. Jacobi, a traveling sales- the late A. D. Rtill, Kentucky's noted! ,,l l,r,ce8 nt the I.ouisville Store. Everything marked down to meet the man, killed himself in New York City wheelman, who died at Owingsvlllo. . Rtt If was young Schickel's iroti.''l"'emtiits of the time. Quality, style and worth are sneri lived to our desire to sur- had impaired because tho Dlngley law pass competitors and this makes your father. his trade. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Four men giving their names and adMiss Carrie Peters, a beautiful girl, A YBAit or two ago a mob killed was accidentally shot and killed by dresses as C. II. Young, Danville; Fo Ap'hte Cl'L; 8. J. SHACKELFORD three Italian prisoners at Now Orleans George Roberts, her brother-in-laat Wade Plgg, Richmond, and Frank " Circuit Judge, M C.SAUFLEY. and their government demanded indem- Lexington. Howard and Mike Ryan, Cincinnati, ' Com'lth Attorney, J. S. OWSLEY, Jr. nity. It was agreed that 8:2,000 each Flynn, a boy of 14, was instant- arc under arrest at Mitchollsburg for " Repmentathe, ,V. F. NORTH. John " County Clerk, - GEO. Ii. COOPER. should be paid and that sum ha? just ly killed at Newark, N. J., while box- holding up three passengers on an L. been forwarded to Home. King Hum- ing with a companion, who hit him & N. train and robbing them of valua" County Attorney, HARVEY HELM. ' bert would doubtless like to dispose of over the heart. bles. " Circuit Clerk, J. F. HOLDA.V. a million or so of his dagos at half that many deaths The hot wave has scored ' Sheriff; - - SAML. 31. OWENS City. all over the country. Louisville and " Juiler, - GEO. W. DEUORD. price. - other cities sweltered under 100 de C. G. RAKER. " Atewtr, Miss Terah Moore is teaching tho The Marion Falcon changes hands " Coroner, in". LANDGRAF. almost as often as the moon changes grees Wednesday. Blue Lick school; M its Kate Cox, the Stephen Gasiwr, cut by Andrew German Supt. School., GARLAND JINGLETON her phases, but the current issue, settlement: Miss Edith Walk- Opportunity. Tho goods arc reasonable, desirable and never so cheap as now and the few wonderful value- - hure itemized are l.nt examples of hundreds of other) Swaydoat Bethlehem, Pa., lived more er, which tells of its purchase by Brown the Need more,' and Miss Loula 24 hours with a gash throughout our Mora The Loveliest , Co., says it is where it will stay now. than Moore, the Moore. A FEW years ago, the late Hon. W. it of an inch long in his heart. 10 days, Mr. Geo. Hun who was The proprietor claims to be an old After resting H. Miller, peace to his ashes, In tho United States tho" number of resumed his jiosltioii behind familiarly. known to his intimates as hand at the bellows and says he is gothe councigars manufactured during tho fiscal ter of A. A. Surber & Co. George Is Kiirgin," was employed to prosecute ing to keep blowing it or bust a I!0 was 174,ifl,S4(l less year ending June young gentleman than whom no other Lee Carter on a charge of murder M. Walker Masox, who Is con- than during the previous year. young man around here Is more committed In Rockcastle county, the boy of John Flynn, a nected with the Newlands of this counpopular. case coming to this county by change ty, and who has been our reporter at Newark. N. J., was instantly killed by Selling of the season starts Monday with fevoral MoeIal oirorinrx P- - enilm Capt. W. E. Grubbs. the voluntary of venue. As he did in every case in Williamsburg for a lonir time, has se- a blow over his heart, while boxing weather observer for this vicinity, stock of Summer Dress Goods has been marked away down and to bo sold at 5 he was employed, Mr. Miller put which sub cents Joseph Dustier. cured the Times and if we are any with ynr' to for the Ik?(, consisting of Organdies, Dimities, ll.itlMe, Ac mlts this partial rojKirt of the weather his whole soul in this and after a vig county Mecca judge of men, will make It a better At a party in Floyd Heavier urpss UikxN in fancy, figured and plain to he sold at marked down uric-.-- . for July: Total rain fall l.sl Inches. orous effort to get it properly before paper than the Whitley people have Jones shot her sister, Rebecca, indict- greatest In 2 hours. l.U Inches, July 50c goods for 50c; !0c good for loc; Uic goods to he cold at 10c, the jury, made a strong speech urging ever had "in ing a probably fatal wound. The girl their midst." Women's tinu Hosiery and Vests .Our 5th. Highest temperature, on the 4th, Vests and Hose will he sold thl- - week that nothing short of a verdict of death was lodged in jail and refused bond. 95.5 degrees. Lowest, on the llth, 55 at 15c; 'JOc stock for 10c and tho best that can be had nt&e. measure satisfy would in even a small A Chicago preacher expresses the faeefore-mosto- n A New York City baby fell degrees. the ends of justice. After a speech of opinion that hell is devoid of heat. If which a piece of Your nearly two hours, he left the court- he could make people in these parts be tlghtlj sealed It was almost tending scribe had tho plcasuio of atthe Garrard County Institute house with coat buttoned up and a lieve his assertion, ho could not find smothered when Its mother found it. at Lancaster Friday In vomuany with handkerchief around his neck to pre- many who would want to flee the wrath Thomas Dixon, a Kentuckian, his friend, Prof. K. F. Postle, of Colvent catching cold. Meeting the wri- to come now. Hades cold is better than in perfecting an invention umbus, Xou van a ways Hud what you want hero in ladies' or men's belts. Lndiv- -' O., who rode 170 miles from his accustomed ter he said with while the intense heat that now suffocates us by which three messiuros can be sent there to Lnncaster on his bicycle, and kid belts, tan, black, green and oxblood nt 25c each. "Walton, I am mightily on earth. over the same wire at the same time. A few more dress skirts and waihts to Ut sold at a still lower Intends to ride this distance twice beafraid I have hung Lee Carter. The price than ever befoto. A thresherman had both eyes goug Ladies, misses and children's s'lppcrs to be cold at unheard of values jury can't get aroand my argument, Editor Dyche, of the London Kcho, ed out with a pitchfork In the hands of fore beginning to teach there In Sep You miiet but I should dislike to see him put to explains it all. He says that the "edi an angry employe near Coshocton, O. tember. Tho institute did good work get a share We call your attention to our new Fall line of men's suiting and we death. I always liked the fellow." Mr. torials," which appear in so many re- He was otherwise -- orlously hurt and under the able instruction of Prof. W. are prepared to give you iufurmatlou anil prices on the E. Lumloy, of Pulaski, Tenn., who inMiller was not long compelled to suffer publican papers, are written In the of- will die. remorse for in a short time the word fice of the campaign committee, but Jones, structed Lincoln county's teachers in David Dtx, tried to kill Frank and who In addition is also a prac went around that Carter had been ac- that he uses them only when he is too at Lawrenceburg when he caught him quitted. This circumstance is recalled busy to give his readers something bet- making love to his wife. Both are tical hypnotist. He hypnotled Miss by an episode in our own experience of ter. from Campbellsvllle and the latter Is Morgan Friday evening and cured her of a headache and at night before a sedate. recent the employ of the L. & N. The Lexington Herald comments at in During Several weeks ago in the discharge Which we are going to sell cheaper than any one civ the first six months of 1MI7 lect crowd of Lancaster's young eoplo and vv convinced of a dutv. no less unpleasant than it length on an editorial reference to it there were shipped from Alabama and he so completely hypnotized Mr. Henthat appeared in this paper and credits was imperative, we took our good ."i2,MKl and ry Barlow as to cau&e him loamuse the of pig it to the Paris Kentuckian. An apolo- Tennessee This is tonsincrua-- e iron near- audience for an hour. Lancaster can friend, the editor of the Courier-Journaof an Iron pipe. metaphorically speaking, across gy is in order. The Kentuckian never ly 100,000 tons over hist year. not be beaten for sociability. In the band park at Junction City our knees and ilagellated him where it has anything but personals and camp We commend the example of the Tuosday night the ladies of the Moth-odiwould do the most good, for some edito- meeting notes. Kentuckian who started out to walk to A. UHI1ANSKY A OO , IKoniurroita. church gavo a supper of ices, rial utterances against us and the groat Congressman Di.vgley's father tho Klondike gold fields. That is the moral engine, which we are forced to died at Lewiston, Maine, doubtless best way to start now. hecuu-- u you cukes and lemonade. For the small T. D. KA.VBY, Ma.vaokh. sum of 15c each one received a saucer run even in these broiling, seething from chagrin over the fact that his son won't get there. Courier-Journa- l. and sizzling dog days. In our earnest- had committed such a sin against Tho suicide of Miss Alice Barrett, of sherbert and one of Ice cream and Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, f.awrencehuri;, ( ynthuua, Versailles Kmi the a plate of cake, proving that tho Methness we may have applied the lash too common people as his nence, Georgetown, Kliinhotlitr.mi Frankfort ami Muuckport, Ind. bill in- - the Boston bookkeeper, who was found odists are tho mo-- liberal religious severely and like our good friend MJi. HlCts. dead in her employer's olllce, has been ler, we began to buffer qualms of reexplained by tho discovery of a short- sect In tho world. MissSallie Calvert morse, which grew and increased day by . The governor ought to lire the whole age of J2,.jOO or j:i,0u0 In her accounts. was treasurer, Mr. LInglo day as we saw nothing from the great ship's crew at the Lexington Lunatic Lewis Thomp-oWalter Neville and Misses Jennie Helm and Lilian .Mureditor's pen. In antruish of soul we Asylum. It is a stench in the public Rosa Thompson, the latter tho female phy, two of the waiters, and George said in our heart, "We have killed him nostrils that needs abating like any accomplice of the two men, were sen- Aaroiis, the model S. S. superintend killed the friend of our journalistic other nuisance. tenced at Decatur to be hanged for ent. C. K. president and Epworth I have In stock yet nie of the youth and former light and inspiration-Alacriminal assault on a liule white girl. leaguer, was cake auctioneer. One and uluek ! But as our grief, also New York city sold JIO.000,000 in cake was sold to Mr. Punch Surber, anPOLITICS like Mr. Miller, was at its highest, joy bonds on a basis that will pay the buy- other went to Miss Maud Upplngton, Madison county republicans nomi- er '.i.'20 per cent. Interest per annum. of Lexington. Among thoo present came as the day light after the dark hour before dawn. Our friend is not nated J. Speed Smith for representa- The o00,000 bonds sold by this State from a distance were: Messrs. Dr. A. dead. He only had the breath knocked tive. will pay the buyers only '1.12 per cent. S. Price and J. Warren Hooker, of lioth in Indies' and Children's and the pri 'us will he remarkably LOW. I would The boltocrats have nominated Col. out of him, which has taken him three A pitched battle took plaoo near Stanford, three Misses Upplngton and now rather have what they cot th'iii lo cany them over. I'lo.i-- o see them whether weeks to recover. Tuesday's Courier-Journ- Bond to succeed Little Billy Stephen-so- u West Lake, La., because of tho intro- Ellile Burks, of Lexington, and Miss you buy or not. gave the first evidence of rein the Senate. duction of negro labor in a stone quar- Mattie Morris, of Hanodsburg. The Hart Vance, of Louisville, has been ry. Two negroes were mortally total receipts were about ii, as the turning vitality. The Cleveland ghost had been stalking in his vicinity and selected by the governor for assistant wounded and several others seriously crowd present wan quite small. Wo nil missed the music of the brass band, Mr. Watterson arose and hit it and his State mine inspector. hurt. which has disbanded till cooler weath quandam friends another pelt. pension decision lets in hun Another The fast tlyeron the .Kansas Pacilic dreds of more people to .live on the railway was wrecked about 40 miles er. Miss Mattie Morris, of Harrodsburg, They had a monkey and parrot time bounty cf the government. east of Denver. Two trainmen were Is spending two weeks with her cousin, Hunter having positively decided not killed outright, five at the Lebanon republican convention. are A row arose over the selection of a to attend the republican convention, It said to be fatally injured and many oth- Miss Terah Mooro. Mrs. Best, of Crab chairman and two conventions result- is now said that Deboo will be made ers badly hurt. A washout caused it. Orchard, is visiting Mrs. G. D. Mrs. Emma Dodds Trymbal, ed. One passed the usual resolutions permanent chairman. The death of John Blddulph Martin, It has been found necessary to raise the rich English banker who married of Lexington, is with her sister, Mrs. apd provided, but the other went made out of the beaten track to denounce the the floor of the White House lobby, the once notorious Victoria Woodhull, N. B. DePeauw. Prof. R. L. Pulllam, The lUOOKST Be Tablet on thy market A select lltie.of appointment of Sapp for collector and which has been crushed down a dis- formerly of New York, leaves that who is traveling in the Interest of Georgetown College, is with his son, score the A. P. A's. fore and aft. Ma- tance of four inches by the swarming erstwhile ornament of the lecture stage rion county's population is largely otlicc seekers. one of the wealthllest women in Eng- ut his father, Mr. John Pallium's. R. y L. Pulllam, of Shelbyville, returned who oppose the A. P. A's. as The prohibitionists of Iowa have land. Catholic, All mint records were broken by the home Monday after a three weeks visit against the genius of our nominated Rev. K. L. Patton, pastor of free institutions and the spirit of the the Methodist church of Des Moines, receipts when $.',750,000 In gold was de- here. Mrs. Mary Morris and sons, Mafor governor, and he proposes to make posited for coinage at the San Francis- son and Curry, and Miss Rosa Nooe llox "upeniiHl Tablet with Tuvi'lopes to match, In the latest TlnN mill Design constitution Oct "lls" on tin- latist stl from our line co mint Tuesday. Of this amount $750,-00- 0 of Mortonsvllle, are visiting her fathan active canvass of the State. There was a great deal said during Division Collector W. J.Caudill, of Prof. K. F. Postle was tho property of the Alaska er, It. L. Reynolds. the last campaign aboutgovernmentby Barbourville, does not want to hold of- Commercial Company, and tho balance spent Saturday and Sunday with his Injunction against which the Chicago fice under a republican administration was deposited by various miners and schoolmate, E. L. Grubbs. Misses Lizplatform spoke In no uncertain sound. so he has resigned, though his olllce is smelting companies. zie and Fannie Moore left Monday for The term applied only to civil govern- under the civil service rules. Cjntre, Indian Territory, to visit their ment, but a convention of wives is now aunt, Mrs. Mary Moore. Miss Nannie VICINITY NEWS. The prohibitionists of Princeton, N. in order to meet and denounce a domes- J., Grover Cleveland's now home, are Fogle, of Middleburg, camo to visit her Over 70 miles of pike were freed this aunt, Mrs. James Shannon, who is still tic government by injunction. An In- giving him Hail Columbia because he diana man recently secured an injunc- signed a petition for liquor license to week in Madison. very HI of rheumatism, but was com,( George Warner, colored, was shot pelled to return home sick of typhoid ,! tion to restrain his wife from going on the Princeton Inn, theolllcial saloon of and killed by John Miller, another Ne- fever. Mr. W. T. Richardson, wife the excursion to California after he the University. gro, at Pinevllle. had used moral suasion without cllect. and children wore among tho crowd Dr. E. Benjamin Andre ws, who was It is said that J. A. Cheek, of Dan- which visited High Bridge Sunday. fired from tho presidency of Brown A SIMON pure democratic paper is to University because of his silver views, ville, will be made Collector Yerkes' Their daughter, Gertrude, got lost in be started in Columbia, which is much has accepted the presidency of a new chief deputy at Sl,S00 a year. the crowd for an hour, but a policeman Walter Owens killed Louis Reeves, found her. Miss Alice Williams is vis needed there since the editor of the university extension scheme to be an old man, in Boll county, because he iting her grandfather, Mr. Howe Mc- Spectator, Strange to suy, lifted him- founded by John Brisben Walker. THE self by the seat of his breeches out of Anlnch at Middleburg. J. L. Rose and Tho Hannacrats have renominated refused to pay an election bet. A base ball league composed of the family have moved from the the party last year and for sordid or Henry Martin for State Senator and Christie Thoroughbred Stiroc S!D HOIS, other motives landed In the republican thus u straight light is precipitated clubs of Lexington, Harrodsburg, Ver- property to their new homo South of camp. The now paper will make it hot with the democracy which has nomi- sailles, Nicholasvllle and Danville, Is Judge John S. Moore's residence. Miss for turucoatb as well as boltocrats and nated Mr. Wefch. As the district em- being perfected. Myir(tT.erelectsl from UjcIkM lnriUol Lucinda Pulllam left Wednesday to Capt. II. J. Roberts, one of the old- visit relatives In Georgetown and FalGov. nindman will bo its especial braces Senator Blackburn's home counleii.ll.l lot ori.lg.or lorV.l. Dre.l tho road, died at the mouth. John Curies is building himw.w. a .ikx.Ii ty SatUfac tlou guarautml. , meat. ty the result will be watched with deep est drummers onbrother-in-laA.lilrcu home of his James self a house on his lot near the colored interest. R. H. BRONAUGH, Wood, at Bcrea. A Wateruury watch wont run any folks' bchool-hous, Orchard, Ky. revenue collections In this Internal longer than you are looking at It, but Told The Owensboro agent of Coddlck c district for July were $l'l'i,urj.filtun Intown in which it is made found the Mrs. Alexander, Dr. W. Godfrey crease of 350,000 over the receipts of Son, of Grand View, Ind., bought a something the other day that would is dead. July, IbiJO. Of this sum ?124,742.75 pool of o0,000 bushels of wheat at lo run. A storm came and the waters ran Hunter's mother-in-laThe mayor of Springfield, 111., re- came from spirits. cents. through tho street doing great damage signed his olllce to go to the Klondike Samuel and "Richard Owens, in jail A midnight mob visited Tom Shel-toand possibly causing a death or two. gold fields. who lives near Harrodsburg, Hred at Coonevlllo for criminally assaulting THE Wlnchcstor Democrat is now a An Italian youth in New York, kill- at him and burned his barn. Shel-ton- 's the daughter of Pleas Own folio, and half of it is ed the man who two years ago murderwife had been charged with burn- ens, may be lynched. Is Receiving his- ' After having her husband printed In Cincinnati. To uso news- ed his father. ing the burn of a blind woman. arrested Knott county sent a lfi.year-olpaper parlance, It is now a "patent boy J. L. Frohman it Co., have rented for pawning her diamond ring, Mrs. outside," which is a change for the who was born blind, to the penitentiary J the reading room of thoGiloher House, Lamfrom attempted suicide in the parfor stealing a horse. worst. which opens on Main street jut east of lor of the county jail at New York. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call KEI'CHLICAN linnnclcring Is manifesting itself with its usual prodigality. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL With increased receipts of'Si.oOO.OOO during the month of July, the deficit is Ky., August 6. 1897 11,000,000, the increased disburse Stanford. ments reaching the enormous total of $27,000,000, the grand total being over S.)0,000,000. The next democratic presW. P. WALTON. ident wijl find a bigger deficit than Harrison left Mr. Cleveland. re-M- Lower & Lower ! r. Money WASH 1" WJ Shelby Saving three-eighth- s 11 ! GOODS l" 1 r, Its-lip- Belts and Leather Goods. posl-tlvene- ss DC-- Dtl Styles l, THE LOUISVILLE STORE. -t t door-keepe- r. n, SLIPPERS. H. J. McROBERTS. s Nicest Goods of the Season al Mc-Collu- School Books and Supplies. AtCRAIGcSi HOOKER'S. d-fc- . mt M ETA L. ROO Fl N 3. FLOORING, SIDING, A-C-gmE- STAN FORD, KT. i 4 CEILING, SjJT FINISH. Farm and Yard Fence. tee;. .llil-ren. e. News Briefly miSSi H. C. RUPLEY, n, HIE MER6HANT TAILOR -- nine-colum- d SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. !AJ& jigfc4aJ ja.-- .. .. irfe..! fmmmit&4tjij!S:. 1 vwtfV THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky., August E. C. Walton, Bikinis 6, 1897 HOMENEWS, Takt. that watch to Danks'. BORN, Tuyoup Gold Camel Ceylon Tea. Warren it ShiinkH. 11 to the wife of James Dalton, Blrl. Tin; Institute for colored will be held at Hustonville, Atijr. 1 L. Williams will Instruct. 1 At tho court-hous- e at P. M. yesterday, by Judge W. L. Dawson, Samuel Ciarkson nnd Miss teachers Jennie Hughes, J. McKlnney. of 1:15 .'10th. Marrikd. If you want Manaokr. TliVour Silver Loaf Tea. Warren & Shanks. FARMKRS I'RKSORli'TlONSnre Mled ritfht and at rlk'ht prices at Penny's Drmr Store. Kinney's should read Hiirgintuv; "ad." this week. Mo- - The Q. it C. will run threocxenreions to Atlantic City Aug. 12, and 2(1 at very low rates. Ask its agents about them. ItBV. H. H. NOKI. Is satisfied that ad vertising pays. He sold nearly all his PERSONALS. Hlgglim McKlnney for choice seed ryo. Lkavi: your n order with it ) chicken feed wheat the day the notice It. M. Nkwi.ani) is at Crab Orchard School supplies In every line at we printed, came out. Springs. lowest cash prices. W. H. Mcltob- Miss An.nii: Waltkii Is visiting erts. Tin: engine of the Northbound pasfriends at Crab Orchard. senger train got oil the track at Hazel Wn are In the cash business to stay. Patch yesterday and caused a delay of Mil. S. . I. Kmiiky Joined his wife at crowd down from Mlddlesboro armed Try it and you will like It as well as wo an hour, but no damage was done. Crab Orchard, yesterday. with Winchesters and trouble was fear... Pkkb Silvkr Johnson Is up In do. FarrUit Hardin. Ky., ed. The court issued an order requirTin: miners of the Pittsburgi Jackson county with his old friends. Tin: Stan ford colo-c- d ba-- o ball club district decided to go out and all quit ing the sherllT to search every man for Mi:s. Anni: Duddkrar, who has defeated tho Harrodsburg 2i to 11 at but .Ti, who are still at work. The weapons, who entered the court-housboon very ill, is rapidly convalescing. this In grounds here Tuesday afternoon. companies had Increased their pay to Doctors testified that tho ball found IIakvby Stunk, who has beon down Colson was smaller than that carried (iOc. .Vic a ton on their demand for with rheumatism forborne time, is out TlIK roof of W. E. Varnon's kitchen by Dugan's pistol, but Bill Miller, the again. caught llro Tuesday at noon, but It was tick- only eye witness, testilled that Dugan TUB L. it N. vill sell round-triI'ostrr McALlftTr.lt wont over to extinguished by willing hands before ets to Louisville at one faro Aug. Dth tired the fatal shot; in fact, he fired the We are ranking preparations for a big output of goods When you hear our Jessamine Wednesday to visit little tho arrival of the lire company, which and for trains arriving In Louisville by only two shots that were fired, the one you will then know we mean to sell the goods. Our aim in making these un. Charlie Metcalf. was out in an Incredibly short time. noon of tho 10th, limited to Aug. 11th, was fired at Colson and the other at precedented prices ia to reach out and furnish our adjohling counties, which fact has Dr. J. F. I'KYTON and Capt. George Miller. He said that Dugan was not Tin: tax books are now ready and account State republican convention. II. Molvlnnoy went up to Crab Orchard always proven itself where a customer favored us with a call. Wo are here for busmore than four feet away. On you will please come forward and settle Springs Wednesday. WlllLB returning from Richmond Miller's answers were at iness, quick sales and small profits. MR. K. E. I'ROTHKROR, of Hrodhoad, at once. This is my last year and un- several evenings ago, Miss Nellie variance with much that he had told hu been granted loiters patent for a less your taxes are paid you may expect telescope containing some 10 or on direct examination and It was shown to see your property advertised. T. D. Vl't worth of clothing was stolen from roller mill belt feed. that he himself had been indicted for Tin: News says that Jo!!e Traylor Nowland, S. L. C. her. She is not certain that it was put many crimes. Branch Store Hustonville, II. K. Camnitz, Manager. and his pretty bride were serenaded on Till! latest note pajwr is n vivid on the train, but thinks it was. their arrival In Corbln. RELIGIOUS. Miphlstophclcan red, but so far the Bui. James Marot, of the Mt. Ver2ST-Mils. Kkv. gi:oimu: 1. Tauiiman only specimen we have seen was from non Signal, tells us that by actual Rev. Andrew Johnson left yesterday and son, Ned Healoy, of Newport, nrc a pretty little damsel ut Hustonville, measurement the hnilstones that fell in for Newport, Tcnn., to hold a meet- m with Mrs. Fannie Green. who had been spending some time in Rockcastle Sunday and did great dam ing. teH Mlts. It. (J. Hah. and son, Wenren, Chicago and Is iihto-dal12age to corn and tobacco, were eight Dr. E. O. Guerrant will preach at m of Somerset, are the guests of Mr. and ' Mrs. George I). Wearen. TBN. Chairman J. E. Carson writes Inches in circumference nnd Jim never McKlnney, morning and night, Sunday Y& next. It. G. Wh.mams, ESQ., of Ml. Ver- us that a mistake was made in the num- stretches the blanket. Revs. W. S. Grinstcnd and W. S. non, wad here with his old fnund. Dr. ber of delegates the Hustonville disThk mercury has been climbing out Ncal are holding a meeting in a brush !' J, Hrown, yesterday. trict is entitled to send to the county of the top of the thermometer ugaln. i? Ki. V II. Sampson, o: Mercer, wan up convention. Eveiythlng In stock to supply your wants. There were 177 votes cast The 100 notch came very near, If not arbor at Kingsvllle. will ri' Rev. J. K. Smith, of Richmond, week to have his oats stacked. He in tho district for Bryan, which enti- fully, being this Tuesday and Wed- preach at the Presbyterian church next reached tles it to 10 instead of nine votes. hut a good farm in this county. nesday. It was some cooler yesterday Sunday. The Rev. S. M. Logan will r & Mils. C, C. l'ARRisil and children : And Stationery at the Lowest Cash Pilots. KS thank goodness, It can hardly be assumed that Gen- and the signal service, shall be cooler till his pulpit. '17 wvnt uowii to I'arksvlllo Wudnusdny : (4 Rev. J. T. Sharrard writes from Crab eral Prosperity has arrived In the far promises that to islt her aunt, Mrs. Marshall. still. K Orchard that he will preach at the m (.. I.. I'KNXY and Miss Mary oil county of Casey, but business is Mlts. K8 Dirt Chkap. By an arrangement Christian church hero Sunday morn- &x m .Worn wont up lo Crab Orchard looking up some down there. Our busDRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. m Springs Tuesday to remain some time. iness manager pocketed a century or so with the publishers we can furnish ing and at the union services at night. now sub- Smith's History of Kentucky, the best of money, got some While Eld. J. S. Sweeney, of Paris, r r I)K. Mili.kk Caki'KNTKU and daugh&tt'J&ZW1?2Kfi fi iITi.ih fll ter, Misi Virginia, of St. Louis, are scribers and job printing, aggregating and most complete ever issued, retail Is taking a vacation, his pulpit will be down there in a price of which U .", and the Intkihor filled by his venerable father, who has guests of their aunt, Mrs. S. W. Glv- - 20,000 impressions, couple of days. OtlS Journal one year lor :i.&0. Subscibe passed hU 00th milestone, and is the Mlt. W. 1'. Thomas, of Casey, was at once If you would take advantage of father of four sons, who were all minDuitlNu the days that Rowland isters. hire Wednesday u meet his father, this unparalleled olTor. We havo a communication which Williamsburg for some the end of a frieghl division of llie L. who tins been at N Thomas Hurley bought two lots charges a certain Baptist preacher it Til K General Baptist Association of tunc. ' V. Klcii.UtuSON was her and built hotues on them at a cost for tho colored church will be hold In Mlt. with beating liU wife and stealing a Mntculay vti route to Silver Creok 10 tho two of J 1, 200. Ho sold ono of tho and on Sundny morn- church book, but we withhold It for Innext wuok outage a player for the Danville lmso houses recently and Wednesday ho ing Aug. IS an excursion will run from vestigation, fearing that the charge is ball team. closed out the other tti Alex Flytagg here to LouUville on account of it at instigated by malice, Mit. and Mrs. T. Ijjvk Lillaru, of for $120, which made him realize J2I0 jl.oO for the round trip, leaving at 5:.'10 Rev. Henry Miller, of Mlddlesboro, Wt have takm our Inventory and are now nadv to serve you, when ii. lUnle, who are with the Danville on the two. He says that in the four A. M. and returning leave LouUville at synodical evangelist of the PresbyteNeed of any thing In our Line crowd t Cmb Orchard Springe, weio years since the shops were moved he 11 P. M. rian church after holding a meeting at jestordny. Jollico, organized a- church last Sunhas never gotten a cent's runt on thuin. girl worked a game day with 22 members, whoso number AN W. S. KailiKY left Wednesday for BaSKBTS.- - F. G. Waddle, of Hart on MUs Liccie Boaxley the other day, has been augmented to .'12. ItiK'Kcastlu Springs, whore he will play thw mrt of clerk by wearing a big county, was hero Tuesday with a wa- which for Ingenuity and depravity has The Rev. George O. Barnes, the notgon loud of baskets that ho made and hardly an equal of her age. She ob- ed evangelist, has decided to locate In iliittnond and a winsome smile. Mil. Lr.vi Mvmts was, overcome by brought all the way up here. He start- tained two hats on a forged order and Owlngsvllle and will build a home . V will jKiy you moie for It than any one heal Tuesday and for a while it was ed with 100 and before reaching here when caught up with, accsiied her ac- there. Ex. We do not know positivethought that ho could not got well. He had reduced his stock along the route cuser of lying as braenly as If she had ly, but we can state almost with absotjPL to 17"). The basket are made of white been steeped in years of sin. The pro- lute assurance thatthU is untrue. Mr. was considerably belter yesterday. Mrs. Alici: LYti.i: has returned oak and vary in size from a peck in posed State reformatory should be hur- Barnes will have no other home but his 35 from Harrodsburg, where she has been measure to two bushels and ho sold ried to completion for such as she. nuton aaniuei isianu tin ne reaencs visiting Mrs. West. MUs Wallace I). them at Idle to. 0o. It U certainly a In his linal home beyond the skies. J. W. ADAMS Is a candidate for the this connection we will state that he West came with her and is her guest. slow way tt) gel rich but U much better republican nomination for county and MUs Marie are holding forth to JOHN Sam OW.si.KY, the genial Com- than doing nothing. judge, but he doesn't stand any more great crowds at Winchester this week. attorney, of Stanford, monwealth's Miss Ku.bn Bai.loc's studio will showing than a short tall bull In lly Tho Democrat says ho preached at the cami' up to Crab Orchard Springs Mon- Ik; in the Myers House for And brlngyour Cash and you will go homo with more goods for jour dolthe session time. The nomination had been dc. e Sunday. day to recuperate. Ml. Vernon Signal. lar than you over lought before. K"Look out for our Table Linen Sale. of Finger and hand gymnastics elded on before he announced. By tho A. 11. Dvchi:, of the London Echo, with tho Practice Olavler will bo used way, It Is told by one who knows that Mrs. Lee Combs, a prominent and was here Tuesday returning from Lib- - as the necessary aids to form correct none of the candidates will have any wealthy lady of Clay county, shot and urty court, where ho says ho did a good technlc and give jniwer and llexlblllty show unless ho can put up a heavy as- killed Miss Sallie Hooker. It is allegbusiness. Ho Is a hustler and usually to the lingers. A metronome will be sessment, thnt for county judge being ed that Mrs. Combs found her husband gets his sliaro. used to.jHM'fect time. All pupils will $100 and so on. and Miss Hooker in a compromising poJ. M. CARTKR, division deputy, went study harmony and use tho Clavier ono sition at tho house of the former. up to London yesterday to take some FlNKD. -- James Moore, Jr., charged hour a week free of charge. "I havo A dispatch from Barbourville Inst internal revenue bonds. Six Lincoln been much pleased with tho Praetico with beating up a German, was tried evening said that tho evidence was horses are trying to get his place which Clavier and its use has convinced me of before Judge Dawvon yesterday and still being taken and that fears of an is under the civil service. its superior qualities as an Instrument lined W0. The costs amounted to SS.OO had subsided. Dr. D. E. Proctor, wife and son, of for tho technical part of piano prac- and Mr. Moore promptly paid thnt nnd outbreak college is to be established A great Louisville, arrived yesterday to visit the line. Ho Is a nice looking young at Shanghai for the education of Chitice." 1. J. Padcrewskl. Dr. J. G. Carpenter and family. Dr. fellow and doesn't havo tho appearance nese in Western art, science and litera1. lived here several years ago and has Tin: teachers' Institute will be held of a man who would get drunk and be ture. OENTLKMEN: After cutting my corn last year olT of a Ikld that had a voiy heavy a host of friends who are glad to see at the College Monday, MUs JCato have badly as ho confessed he had. J. II. Boone sold to Woods it, Lynn coat of grass on It, I took ono of your ' him. Blain tells us, because it is county There was no proof that he beat the a bunch of hogs at :ic and bought of MR. and Mrs W. U. McKinnhy, e will be man, but ho was with the man who did, various parties a lot of lambs at 4c. court day and the Mrs. Dr. V. N. Craig, Misses Anne and in use. All who expect to teach in the A notorious crook wanted in like poor dog Tray ho caught It Fannie Shanks and Sadie Lilian! and county at any time during the year and being in bad company. It has learnM was captured in San Francisco for Mr. 1 M. Mcltoberth went up to Crab must attend this institute. No one can ed him a lesson, he says, and he doesn't after a chase across tho continent. Orchard Springs yesterday to spend bo certificated who has not attended an e The Statu treasurer's monthly stateever expect to go into a several days. Drill, I And was so dlssatlstkd that I returned It to you. In Justice to the Superior Lie Institute. All are earnestly requested again except on his own volition. ment shows a deficit of 31,717,tVI4.l)l). Mrs. W. It. MaNIKR and children, want to say I mado in tho exerMary Linda and Thomas Miller, of to attend and take a part Tin: county judge of Jeirerson counTuesday night to cises, and tho institute hopes to bo enNashville, arrived Home Hon. John S. Owsley's. MUs couraged and assisted by tho patrons ty, who by the way Is a republican, convisit at friends of the public schools. It is strues the turnpike election law exactLinda Owsley, who has been visiting in and loiter for Mile ptlvately my Uosirablo also hojied that all tho citizens will ly as Justice Hlncs and other liome 011 Lower Main street. Stanford. The Had I kept your Drill I would have mado at least l'lvo ltushels Ioro to tho Acre, or 150 Nashville and other Tennessee towns, 1.") show Interest In the meeting and make leading jurists do, that is that after houo N a roomy, putty cottage with nice more in tho field. There was such a marked difference In the Held that my neighbors askreturned with her. yard anil good garden and outnouses, and Is ed why I used two kinds of seed wheat, when It was exactly the same seed; tho difference stay of tho teachers as pleasant as per cent of the voters of a county have in a most pleasant neighborhood. Cull on Wi: regret to see that Mr. 11. T. Con the tho seed In. My logret Is that I did not keep tho Superior, was petitioned for an election tho matter me on the premise and I will take pleasure as It the way the Suporlcr put of the Southern Tele- possible. way, president ams doing showing Its tnanv advantages. must lay over from ono court till anoth- In 40 MIW. KLI7.A I'OKTMAN. LAMIIS I'OR TUB SLAUOHTKR. A phone Co., which Is to put an It may be legally acted was turned down In his well posted man makes tho following er in order that here, was presented to prospects for postmaster of Lebanon by prediction of tho ticket that the repub- upon. A petition Judgo Richie a few days ago asking for Judge C. C Johnston. licans will nominate Monday for counThan I wa giving It credit for and I am free to say It l tin. best Drill ever oirered to our election on tho turnpike question hi DR. S. C. PKKKINS, so Agent It. B. ty otllces: For judge, A. C. Carman; an JOE E. PARRIS. farmers. declined to receive Mahony tolls us, had 81,000 policy In for circuit clerk, W. S. Hutrman, for November, but he The many have too few and tho few too since it must llo over till the next many. Wo have the pleasure to announce the Mutual Uenctit Llfo of New Jer sheriff, J. C. King: attorney, T. J. it, which It would be less than a new departure the location of un agency sey, upon which ho had made only two Culton; county clork, J. F. Cummins; term, after (50 the selection and purIn New Cltv days that must inter- chase ofYork stock for order to enable tw to tho required In im iibMiuasssffii our payments, about (u. me company superintendent, Miss Kate Blain; jailvene before tho election after the or- (juote low ei prices than others who buy on will pay the claim at once. or, Joseph Phelps, and B. G. MeKIn-ley- , days of lit these long der Is made. In this county the order panictime and ask big pricesdeal In and hard times. AVo a relatlvo of tho president and a Missus Efkii: Thurmond, of Dandays after the receipt of mado four Mile, and Annie- Guerrant, of Jessa much smarter man, for representative. was netltion, instead of lying over a .NOT ONLY visiting Misses Louanna and This Is not exactly tho ticket that wo tho mine, are that Hlbb and yesterday and Boss Davison had selected, but let month and lawyers say therefore that And bellevo the masses will patronize least Mary Guomint the turnpike election Is null and void. house which sells tho best goods for the u bilk imuy rlDDou thev spent the day at Crab Orchard that pass. Mr. J. T. Rose was on tho To rellovo tho matter of all doubt money. Mime prices; spoons 3 for lc, lead carpet taeks lo. tin tea SminL's. accompanied by Mr. Cyrus original slate for shcritl, but things Judgo Dawson has been asked by somo pencils 3 for lc, pons 5 for lc, iMiIng lines f!trt have changed In tho last few days, we MO voters to order another election and lo. flih hooks ft for lo. envelopes 2c package, rubber line combs 3, a and 5e, largo wash DR. A. S. PRICK, who is sojourning hear. Tho claims of tho colored man, C will doubtless do so Monday and set pans 5o, water buckets ll)c, 10 qt. buckets l(e, ttt Llnnletta Spring accompanied by John W. Butcher, for assessor, will not ho perdros glnghutns 5o. All our and 13Hc barcales go ut "J$c. Wo havo some special MUs Daisy Whipple, of Louisville, who bo oven considered, but it is reported tho matter ut rest. Hue rugs very gains in slippers, also nice with ia aUo there, spent Tuesday makes them fatten. A sure cure. that if he Is not nominated, he will FOR SALK. Jersey milk cow, with oheup. We Invito an early and lepeated The doctor tells us that "nominate himself." Randall Cook, of first calf, which Is three months old. visit and Inspection. Repectfully submitted friends here. and that his vacation ends Sunday will be atMon- Highland, seems to bo tho man picked Apply to T. M. Goodknlght near tho ' to tho Cash Trade Only, his day bright nnd early lie TANNER BROS., McKinney, Ky. tollgate on Danville pike. out for assessor. olllce to serve patients. y. John Dugan for the murder of John Colson began at Tuesday. Some dilllculty was experienced In getting a jury, but it was finally secured Wednesday and the trial began with Commonwealth's At-- , torney W. It. Ramsey, assisted by. J. On II. Tinslcy and II. C. Faulkner, and Dugan represented by James D. Black, D. K. Rawilngs and Judge G. W. Sauls-burThere were a irreut many wit nesses and feeling ran high. Congressman Colson Is said to have brought a of Bar-bourvil- lo Tin: trial The BEbT DISC DRILL OR DISC HARROW ecrth call on B. K. AVearen & Son, who will also sell you Buggies, Carriages and "Road Wagons as low as the lowest. B. K. WEAREN & SON. e. Furniture. Carpets, Wall Paper, MA TTING. p pri-pric- es cross-examinati- Mer-slum- 's W. W. WITHERS. STANFORD. at c. IiMigSiS .- a I m tm'A k Scfioof Book. !: I E SCHOOL TABLETS .'j n I to-da- y W. B. MoROBERTS. 20-od- d I -- - ! ii m&&mmgMmmmm :, s & m Lou-Uvtll- o Ready For Business. m n iu-i- - m 1 We Need m Your Trade. els-o- I COME TO SEVERANCE SEE US St poor-hous- !7-i- S. i SON. Higgins & McKinney, court-hous- New-Yor- Superior Disc Grain Drills on Trial 111 court-hous- Pretty For Sale. A GREAT MISTAKE MUCH I ex-Chi- ef The Almighty Dollar. BETTER WORK Haas' - Good Goods; Not Trash, hi Remedy Prevents Your Hogs from Dying, prT-Rut iji m PENNY'S DRUG STORE. .M "?Bn, itrfc I.'rVi.oJr.'.YtiAjitnttyfaa XllWWW '' Ml 44vww4MiViMUi ywwtty.i I. f We won; sitting SISTER MARGARET IS DEAD. The In tho moonlight PIANOS AND ORGANS. THE INTERIORJOURNAL Died at her homo in Crab Orchard, Of a radiant Georjfhi's first balo of new cotton sold Ky., on July 20, 1S07, Margaret Rosy Juuu night. Docker Jims'. Pianos, Your at 10c. Unities Pros'. Pianos. Stephenson in tho 73d year of When whispered: I have 100 high grade Southdown her life. In cai'ly life she joined the Islington Pianos, JPii'bllo'aoA'Z'rAoaia.y-a.&is.dr'rriAa.-v-"Kitty, don't j ott 1). II. Ihildwln Piuiios. Discontent ewes for sale. J. E. Bruce. WWi I'd kit you? 52 years Presbyterian church and for I'lsoher Piuiios, Ac. The Register says tho Richmond she has been a faithful and devoted fol Lot tnu, won't you)" Kstey Organs, Hamilton Organs and other SiJ PWHYKAlt IN- ADVANCJ5 N I'.itt. To Enloi the Summer jro to Fair company cleared 3100. Makes. lower of Christ. Whenoverduty callKitty was n See mr Hoods ami Hot Mv Prices licforo vou C. T. Patterson has bought Orna0T When not so paid 32.30 will charged. Rustle mtiiriuii, ed her sho was always read to go with W. T. WHItK, Crab Orchard liny "to ment from his partner for $7,000. And I thought not Bible in hand to tho sick bed and give Wheat! Wheat! Sec U3 before you comfort and alleviate the suffering of A. O. I.AMIAV. JOIIX. ClSlt.KVA.N. Heavy luiluuctl fcoll your wheat. Noel Jc Sou. -With tho wisdom those alllicted, as much as lie in her Of the, ngvs T. D. Newland bought of James Vcy-pie- H)wer. Tho good TIME that has been done Writ on cultured about 100 bushels of wheat ut 70c. by the departed Christian woman can Cupid pupes. J. II. Baughman & Co., bought of only bo told when time shall have been KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Address for Terms, c , Noel cc Son Wednesday a half car load swallowed in eternity. Many remain INSURANCE COMPANY Kitty answered; Trains leave Stanford at 7 10 a. m. nnd I p. m of wheat at 70c. 4 S5 p. m and 'J W p m "No. I mustn't returning at in the ficsh who can remember kind GTJS. HOFJIA2T2T, Proprietor, Let you kiss me; OF LIVERPOOL. Turley, of Mt. Sterling, bought 00 words, deeds and admonition minister KNOXVILLE DIVISION. My ma doesn't e.j)ort cattie m uouroon, l,ouu lbs., av- ed by her, which had a tendency to .12 Crab Orchard. Kv 12 37 p in No. 21 Train going North Think It projH'r News. " 3 13am erage at He " No. art ,! make the rugged path of life a smooth That bur Kitty 12 04 pm BURBEE & CdSTLEIJHS. " South Xo.25 " Marion Mills, 12:041, without a driver, nnd happy road and one which will lead 1 27 p m " He like maidens " No. 2J " and Star Pointer, 'J:0Jl, with McClary to that haven of rest which opens out Kor alliroints. MANAdtlLS, In tho city." up, are tied on 1S97 records. A carefully, Stock of Mlllln CUKO'JOH TICKETS SOLD. before us. The stern decree of omnis"Oli!" I stnmmured. cry, embracing Kverv thing Usually C.irrled Commerce BaildiDg, Louisville. The corn crop of Kansas will not bo cience has been obeyed. Dust has reHAOOAOK CHECKER THROUGH. Then did Kitty well located and rent reusona- any information enquire of For over o0 per cent, of the yield of last turned to dust, but tho bright spirit of Agents Thtoiuhout the outh. MISS M. S. LOGAN. ble. Termt ea-Whisper In ti year, owing to drouth and hot winds. eot Hustonville, Kj . JOE S. UICE, Agent, dear sister has gone to God who gave Tone of pity: --A.. Stanford, Ky. The Paris Kentuckian says that it. In her last days until her tongue "I might kNtyou, there was only ono lot of cattle on tho was paralyzed with suffering did she And be true, sir, Ky., QUEEN & CRESCENT. local Agent, To my mother; market Monday -- 0 and they sold at speak of death as only going home, that Trains pass Junction City as follows Hat for S.ile Stanford, - - - Kentucky. Would tlmt do, Mr?" :i.87i. 4 02pm sho was ready to answer the summons No. HSouth . . 1137 am No. 2 North iTd ' 4 " .....3 48 am W. J, Lampton. 1121pm No. 3 " O. P. Huffman bought of J. II. any time. GOLDDUST HORSES, " ISopm It Slam " No. S " Something to Know. " Swope some butcher stuff at lie and 8'Jvpm "10 0,9 " 600am She leaves an used husband, with AlIt may he north vmiethonu know that the lo r both Saddle mid Harness Purposes, Note Nos. 5 and 6 do not run Sundays, 9 and 10 some of George D. Hopper at the same so whom she has traveled hand in hand scry Ut medicine fbrteMorlog the tired out rro no further South than Junction City, netiher a heslthy price. io.thcy run Sundays. Cattle, Poland China through this world of sin and death for This system to is purely vlitor Is Fh trie Hitter. Jersey and medicine acts by kIvIIik Strathmore, tho famous thorough- nearly 53 years. She leaves three sons tone to the nerve centres variable i.toniirli. ivmi.. ttiu Hogs, Southdown Sheep. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI RY. Iher DEALEIt IN bred stallion, died at Milton Young's to mourn her loss, five children having stimulates theIcit oil and kldoe)slaand slds tho Llee Choice Individuals of U'st strains, (.'nil or in thro impurities the Mood VIAGKOUUtrOWN. wrltojour wants. trie Hitters linprmes the appetite, aids digestion stable, McGrathlana, near Lexington, passed over' the river before her. The and is pronousced by those who P. M. A. M T. Sf. A. M. hate tried It s Farm Wagons, PleasSomerset, the Immortal part lives ami will be met in It very best hluod purillerand nerve toilr Try Oriag iii 3200 Lve.Jet. City. Arl2M 8 20 from heat. 15 " " 11 31 .NddforS amlsi vr loltle at W II. JIc Bros. Pure Bred Poultry. The Georgetown Times reports sales the air at the second coming of Christ, ISoU'Ms' drtic store 4 50 ArrT'eotyetowu, Lt 9 35 C30 S05 Poultry Yard. llovle Co. " Frauklort, 1155 7 20 Vehicles, "6 30 3 00 of 104 export cattle, 1,300 to 1,400 lbs. by the body remodeled, spirtualizcd o A won! to tn larmer. II you make moner in Thf Grtmdttl Jlemnh. 8 40 5 36 average, at4..w to i anu a lot or rat and rendered incorruptible. 0 10 Arr Paris this day and time sou must Vsrp up with the times In such u Mr K It Jrse, mirihant.or fhlllioule, Va , Dally except Suuday and keep thoroiultlirtsli They mature earlier Willi shoats at '!. certifies that he had isxisumplioii, was given up ti a prutlt of more than !Uj percent lhearrlUMueiit C.,D.HERCAW,G. P.A. death as this we should not mourn but mv, inai uuiii mi mistical no mix It: SALK. 200 barrels nice, white wait in humble submission, the sum- iinn'iiiv, tried all o.iuh irrailuelll he luoliei tuulil ol our yards is such that there ran Foil remedies could hear of, breeds, WeKuaraulceall ivs fertlla whtii lilpsl corn on Pennington farm, near Crab mons which will usher us into the pres but got no relief, 8joiii many nUhts ilttnK-- up in a II II lUsl Pit (lamrs. Imp. settltuol IS Royal makes the food pure, chair, was Induced to try Ir Miu's New Iiisooi-erlit. it.lrt High-Qradwholesome and delicious. Orchard. 31.75 per barrel. J. B. Ows- ence of her and the holy angels where and unsettled by the llo of two lottles. Kor Slither lVle'irate.1 Pill, slue Fertilizers and Coal. KM past lints! smrs b s atteiidiin; to busiaes and While Crrsiwllllaek Polish ley, Stanford. ' JJ ) Itol Cap, Imported neither death nor sorrows, nor tears y I)r KliKs Xew Discovery (s the " " " SJ.lsi Oool Warranted as represented. Otlb-- on lUaik Woods A: Lynn bought 200 hogs from can separate us during tho cycles of remedy ever made, as it hisdiou t tuticli f.ir him Silver .Minorca, ' ' " Ucs.sl Wandutte, UM and ili for ntliers In his roniiuunltv. Ir. Kind's Main Street. opposite Elmore' store ' Jl.f llaned Plymouth U.ck, various parties at 22 to 3c: also a lot of eternity. Mother earth rest lightly New lilicutery IsKusranttssl fur itMigli. eoMs sod M ti ford. Kentucky All hressls ntire al)e W stntt. niLsntiiptlon It don't tall Trial bottles free at butcher stuff at 2J to 3c, and 200 ewes over the remains of our dear sistet un- W. II. MiIiKns'ilnu' store. CKAIU DUOS., Pros , Jnirtihm City, Ky. J I. TOTTEN .SAi.t:sMA at 32.25 per head. til the resurrection morn. I'aa How did jou get your clothes o A WOKl) TO- Dull court, about 200 cattle on the Sister thou wast mild and lovely, THOItOt't.HIIUEl) terrlbh torn? market, prices ranging from 2 to 33.00. Gentle as the Summer breeze", ? Tommy Tr lug to keep a llttlo biy from PROPERTY OWNERS. Mules scarce and prices low, best sold Pleasant as the air of evening belli' licked. When it tloats among the trees. The i) si t r at 3S5. Richmond Climax. Are oii Insureii If not whs mtv ,1'u'ia That wns a bravo dew I. Wtwt was I urs of dnelllnpi and Uiriis , xmI ,is II. f lai In.ds A wager has been made that tho win- Dearest sister thou hast left us, the little loy? attain be gr ;it Here thy loss we deeply feel, ner of the 35,000 purse at Chicago will t Milhl f.ttiiti Tom in v Me. by-Fir. .ii. .., ..... equal or lower the world's race record But 'tis God that hath bereft us, Ho can, till our sorrows heal. WiW7SrixSLlKars rciih f r JIucLlin's .Iriuctt Salte. of 2:01. The odds are 100 to 75. sirske t'l.ts and kiMs a n :id bred p,K? The nest salve In the world fur cmK, bruises John F. Cash weighed up a lot of Vet again wo hope to meet thee POWDER sore, ulrHS).att rheum, fever wires, letter, chap- Every ear. Involving the liss of tiilllbnis of of iltlu r ipt i , n it nKii, 0u stlmis .inlir respurnli ped hands, rbllhlains, corns and all skin eruption.. When the day of life is lied, irctniti atisuereil Why olitsultl ou expei't lambs this week which he sold several Absolutely Pure It positively Then In Heaven with joy to greet theo iruarajtessl cures plies or sati.fuctlounitilml. III. dollars.ear to tmr J. M. ii H. J. L'cSOBSSTS, Stasfcri. imiur fnun lo give icrfett months ago at 4Jc to W. J. Hannu, of ir moner Where no farewell tear Is shed. Prlct lU cents per box. Kor sale by W. II. Mercer. He sold to F. P. Bishop a Dnifr-ist-. MclloUru, Yoar Proporty May Bum I have nHned a shop BllOTHKK J. at the forks r tit small bunch of hogs at ."Uc. Hustonville and POoSCR CO., ht YORK. a year, within u month, within 21 Mr. I' lieid'sund Mllledgevllle pikes ib inear Within TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAYam itepnresl lo ai THE LAND OF THE SKY John Sechrist, a stock trader, bought hould jou eset tbeu-b hours. Take laxative llromo Quinine Tablets. All inulatlon of ears of 'honest toll to loss by Kllllls Ol 315,000 worth of sheep in Grunt county, Irulst 11. .Mcltolerts. Crl(f The average trip to tho sea s,horo or Sale by W refund the money If ItA falls to Cute, lor a slnple tire.' whlcli can destrm It li mi Blacksmithing (i. giving checks to the farmers for them. nnd Woodwork, hour J sollcltiujr a shun- of oiir pHtronaRe northern resorts is much like all other 1.. 1'iuny, Prulsts, Stanford, Ky. Ibxker and He sold the sheep in Cincinnati and l:esH'tfull At the lowest, prices and In the Wst manner summer trips in many particular;), but Undertaker, I k'uarantis' I will nil work take a I.liilmetit pntuck y sKippeu anu tne ctiecKs went to pro a trip to the south in the heated season allSloan's and pain. cures cramp or colic and JESSE D. WEAHEN, kinds of countri tn produce, except fur liors Huston ville. - - test. W. II. Mcltolierts lias It. itches which Is 00 cents, cali. l'Jeusc This year's wheat crop in the United In search of a cool place is something General Agent, - - - - atanfonl. Ky kliovlnp; Offers his services to the people of West Lincoln me a simru oi jour lHiiroiin;e dllferent altogether. Dilforent In Its Sloan's Mnlmeiit Is the jrretit famllv rem.tnd Casey counties. Full stock of CotSnsand Cask- - States is in the neighborhood of I C II MAVKtts always on handManager. s (they don't have edy. It penetrates mi iiulckly. Sold "by W. bushels, practically most of lack of hot 93 II. McItolHTts, Man ford. & SON, i.d. Carpenter. which Is still in tho hands of tho pro- sunstrokes In tho South). DWorent in f TO lllcycle take the kink" out of ducers. It went up lie during the month that it is comparatively lncx'tonsive. their lame rider:- '.vlth Sloan's Mnluiuiit. Tor IN Of Lls::ls and Oirrard. back DilTerent in the absence of perspiring xalo by W. II. MeI!olerts. of July. T can now supply the people with I'resli iiml liny, Corn Owing to Hie wet weather last icar li.lst Powell & Harper, of Hustonville, crowds of humanity everywhere about sTJandy of many varieties and superior excelRailroad all of the wheat in the count n Hits damnL' Proj)erty that was rated at $.'1,000,000 Order Ottic aal Ks Kxchane, near the lency every day, I u m making It myself bought of M. Coy, of Madison, two ono. Different In altitude you can go CrossillK, iH'pot Street, ed, anil and guarantee satisfaction. Give mo a call. in Florence, Ala., in boom times only Smnford; - - Kentuoky. to grinu to do our customers Jtisttru we had n lor ineiii in order to hohluiirrus. mules and a horse for $125 and a lot of up thousands instead of hundreds of J. A. STEPHENSON. Stanford. torn, and iilvi for othun. who were custon Wains'. Coal Yard, Mill Mrwt, lately J. and get the bracing brought J?t'0,000 the other day. lambs from various parties at 2 to 3c. feet above Satisfaction cuaiantnsl. J ers of other mills which would not nrron, They also bought of W. B. Burton, of air which brings you home again in modato their old customers, and as they liave good tvbeat this year we think Ihei vigorated. Garrard, two mules for 8100 apiece. ! NOTICE ouht to patronle us its others would not AIIIS ,U. D, SIMPSON, Pror . $3.00 is the round-trim rate for a deHarmon fc Kenney last week finished nccommodntu them last Our Hour Lincoln Circuit Court Crab Orclui'd now bus tho finest touxirlal this jenr will ;lve tho Iwsi of satlsfiictlou : Kentucky. threshing their big crop of 500 acres of lightful trip to that famous Southern -- l.aiicaster, Win. Hubble, Committee and we will all. as wheat, which vielded a total of 11.000 mountain resort Asheville the center ble. Plalntltr. vs. Spencer of SM'iicer Hub- t. artist In tbecxJiiiry In thepersonof .avi'i.i. new cloths Inguarantee It toThanks we havi our mills. Hubble, and for pist lli.AKKMOiti:. who handles the 'fiWry furnished: clean beds; splendfd bushe.s. The crop was sold to Ander of what Is known as "The Land of the Nut tee. Your iou favors. Woaru Very rajir In exHrt stile Call on hint when S" .'t Pursuant, Porteis MORRIS IRFI) Court 'table. Everything son & Spllman at 50 to 05 cents. R. G. Sky." This via the Queen & Crescent at the June to an order of tho hImivu having want a clean shave or stilish haircut term, IfUT, all persons S9 i aiijct trauw. Route, and tho Southern R'y from Lex- valid debts and claims existing against tho Evans has three threshers at work In ington, Saturday, August 7th. Tickets drfendent, Spencer Hubble, on the 17th day GEORGE H. M'KINNEY, his wheat fields. Advocate. of Novumlter, isyt',, aro notllleil U) Produce SDH. D. Harris sold last week to J ut this rato are good 10 days to return. their debts and claims nroiMrlv verified as' John j t!i, Qiitrm lunu wnwi'Q Sixteen hours ride through tho Blue rtspjlred by law to me In my olileo at StanW. Bales 155 oxport cuttle, averaging Artu mMii iiiui. wunuui Pension & Claim across High Bridge, down the ford, Ky., on the 21t day of August, tsUT Agent, aooui i,ouu pounos, xnis is trie Grass, It. I'. WARREN, Emory and through the mountains of STAMFORD. KY., largest single bunch sold in Madison Coni'r Mil. CIr. Ct Box 44, Stanford, Ky. this season. Col. T. D. Chenault, who East Tennessee to the French Broad Solo proprietor of Dean's Illaik Dian.ond Root Paint. K.stlinales jurntsbest for Klntln; wool. sold 50 last week, is feeding 200 more, river and for some 40 miles along that metal and Iron nsils. Sutisfactlou ciuratitisisl All Has had 1'.' years s practice iwfuro all Hid Co. roofs painted with IVan'a Illaik iMaiiiiiud Palm Depu Unetits lu Washington CItj The Ashe- Farmers which will ready Oeutlst, : Stanford, : Ky. few weeks. beRegister.for market In a beautiful mountain stream.with protectwarrantisl for years. Healer In Issit Cistern Pui,ii OP STANFORD, KY. ville ultltudo is 2,500 feet, and(ialvaiilsl Iron Miters, da vaulted and llliuk street at Ik'slileiuo '.'Ilf Olliceon Iron ItoodnKof all kinds. ing peaks double that height, giving Paid np Capital, $200,000 00 that peculiar beauty and dryness for Surplus, Hubble, A. S. PRICE, 17,603 80 I which It Is noted throughout the world. of Lebanon, Sunshine for 500 days a year; Perfect Ily provisions of its charter, (lcixllors are a Surgeon John and Ed Wathen, Ias'iisI Posts for plank fence, All ROL'TL fully protected aro Hanks, Dentist, bouirht some larjro mules of Jas. Itob- - hotel service; The most elaborate pri- its shareholders nsbringdesltor In Nationalliable to Iistaud ralllne or wire feme ran tllnl what they beld iuiliililually Tne llcst Line toand Fiinu want at my store near Cedar Creek, on tiie pike inson at ?100. T. C. Kankin has gone vate residence and domain in America, theextent ofthe nmoiintof their strnk therein at IcuIIiik front Crab Orchard to Stanford I also the par saluu tlicnsir, In aJdltlon to tlieamount ln sStanfordt Ky. plank for feneimi. All keep to Wayne county to see his father. Dr. at Biltmore; Scenery unsurpassed and vested lu suth shares. It may ait as ail. kindson hand a supply of rO LEDOAND 0 1ST iv0 IT of lumber for bnildln purses; nilnl'tialor, trustis-- , Ac , uslully as an Imllvldiial. and shbwles. All srsous desiring anynlwi lioards article of Klnninrd was called to see Airs. Ed on a scale of actual granduer. All Points In .Michigan. TcndcriiiK our thanks to thosu who have entrust-ei- l OHcoover Mcltolnjrts' Dru Store in the Owsley call on mo at my Mom iiearCnlar their trust they will continue tills i tul Minor, who has been very ill of llux for Hulldtiij. Write to us for books describing to do so, business lo us, He Kuaranttu for prompt at Creek. tan at (.. W. MNdl.inuN. and weoller at a CHICAGO. a few days, but Is Improving now. Mr. Ashville, will send them free. W. C. teiitlon to same our 20 ) ears' exsrlcii(0 lu asllln-ra- i aciximiuoilatloiis nsare cunsUtent "White City S.eclal." John Tuniey and family visited his son, Rinearson, Gen'l Pass'r Agent, Q. & C. with ftouud banking. IVst lermlual Atatlou SHELBY & SHELBY, W. M. Tumcy, hero this week. J. C. Route, Cincinnati, O. UIRECTOKS. THE POPULAR ID ST. LOUIS. I'roiirleton J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; Gentry has a belle buzzard on his W. II. Cummins, Prcailumllle: AioldlHK the Tunnel EXCURSION TO OLD POINT COMplace now. Mrs. Sam Engleman visJ. S Owsley, Sr., J. H. Owsley, LIVERY.FEED& SALE.STABLE Wllllnm C.ooch, S. II. Shanks, FORT. BOSTON., ited her many friends hero this week. h. J. Kinbry, J. V. Cash, JunctlontCity, Ky. Wn4iiei(slttpliii; Cats. J. I". Ljiiti. A. W. Elder W. T. May will bo at tho ChrisOn Wednesday, August 11th, the MIMOMOIMIM0(N10M tian church hero Sunday. George Chesapeake & Ohio railway will sell J. N. Menefce. orriCKRs. First Class Turnouts, pnunpt attention, very NEW YORK. reasonable rates A portion of J our luitruiiarie is S. II. Shanks. President; Woods has some very industrious dogs. excursion tickets to Old Point Comfort is relectlully sollcltisl Hutlet Parlor Cars, Wa.'iier Sleepbii Cars, Ptivat J. II. Onsley, Cashier; Comparttiicnt Cars, Coacliim aud I'ln They fell In on Mrs. Spoonamore's Va., und return for 811, good returning W. M, llrUlil. Teller OlNJOulu-vilOlMin,' Lars. s tlock of geese and killed some of them until August 20. will be alHo sure your tickets read la "111(8 FOUR" IMOMMOIN1BIM and recently devoured a nice new hat lowed ut any station on return trip. V.. O. MtCORMICK. D. II. MARTIN, for him. J. C. Eubanks bought 20 feed- Sleeping car rates will be $.'1.50 per FIRST NATIONAL BANK Passenger TraiHc.Mur., (fen. Pass. A 1kt. At. ing cattle of Luclen Perkins ut "lie. double birth, which may be occupied OP STANFORD, KY. CINCINNATI. OHIO. by two persons. Special rates of $'2J0 N!IM!OIM0Tn CARD OF THANKS. a Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus $15,750. Ier day at the Chamberlain and SO YEARS I wish to extend to my friends and hotels. For further information IXPKRIINOt. Attention of the public Is ca led to fie fact that OIMIOINIM tv neighbors of South Fork and vicinity and sleeplngjcar reservation, call on or this It tho only National Hank in atunford. Under the provisions Hank Act and C. G. Baker, of Klngsville, my sin- - write to Geo. W. Barney, dlv. pass, depositors are secured ol tlio Nationalcapital stock, not only by he but by the ktock holders' llal.lllt) i.,r an amount agt., Lexington, Ky. thanks for their loving frMlfnl ccrei heart-fel- t OP BROOKLYN. eiualtu the stock, so that deixiio a jfthls Institua fund or i2LU.(i. tion ire secured kindness shown me and my beloved Low rates Queen & Crescent Route. statements of thobv condition ol the bank v.. .vrr rnrvn are made wife during her sickness and In the Low rate tickets from Q. & C. points each year to the I'nltisl States lioiernincnt and Its JiMMOM aro examined at stated limes by goiernmenl : hour of bereavement. Your sympa- - for tho following meetings: TRAD! MAPKt. ueui., ious HxiuiDKuouiiioiiai aim isrlcu aalet Caledonian OE8IQN8, to delsjsltors. UUUUS Oliilll uutci uv llfl UblUM. IUU.1U OQRVRlnUTI Grand Castle Knights of tho Golden m. This Institution originally established as the Dc Co., Scotland. Anyone sendlnij n skctrh and description may Your bereaved friend, posit llink of Stanford in 1S.VS, then rtsuvaiiiztd as Eagle, Morohead, Ky., August IMS. the National liauk of Stanton! in IMU quickly ascertain, free, whetber oalnvent l uudagulu CltAIG Luacii. Coiiimunlctlon. itrlctly "iVW'-Wf''18KOUNDliD ISOfS. Commercial Law League of America; reorKJiiliisl us tho I'lrsl National Hank of Stanlord E? AmiWi1, ,tile,.t ""ency.forsecurlnir patent. lu lss., h.u had practically an 1SJ7. Tick- cine for 3.1 years. It is better uninterrupted exist, O., July supplied now wit!, About 870,000 a year has been saved .P,cx".,Ti',ot!c8ekf,?,!,0rOU,h Muua tU rue"T OIMIM01N10IMiM0NI0 ets to be sold to either Sandusky or To- - facilities for transacting huslnisM promptly nnd libby the State of Virginia through a re icuo, u. before In its loin? and honorable erally than tier SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, i JMMOMOMMiolKIOM form in regulating criminal expenses. Knights of Pythias, (colored), Col- career Aecoiiuis of Individuals, fiduciaries, llruii ij STANFORD, KY. k aud individuals solicited. nrU.fJlfJ'!!ril!u",ra,.,,,l '"f""1 circulation of IQ MM One ehaugo which results in a, lurge umbus, O., August . iKi f2 .,.!l0Ji)uri,nl' wk'y. tonus W.UJ a year; I11HBCTOKS. '.. l'ltAKK J. KEKIH, m Jiootf on t'ATKNTs sent free. Addros CliIeitBo. F. Held, Lincoln Co., G.I'. A., J. W. Haydon, St.infoid saving is that which provides that con- Harris, b. If. lUulni,, 1'ortore throat or pain In your chest Use S.T. Hocker, '' 1C. II. IIACON, MUNN & CO., .jtl,.fem,fcn.f H IVlilt.l I. LHlln..s I.. .... . it Sloan's Liniment Sold by W.'ll. Mcltobuits. J.S. Tanner, McKtnuov, T. P. Hill. 3UI tlruutlwuy, Neiv York. Ijulsvllle. ' LLools D.l'.A., K. L. W. A. Trlbhle, " shall be sent for by the authorities of J.H. Collier.Crab Orcli'd; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. I'ven Farmer und STANFORD, KY. MO(MOIMIM1Nj(S ihf !nrlI1lul!?" th!r l!m esco,;tcd keup Sloan' Llnlmunt Stock - Raiser should M, D. Kluiore, Stauford. Wanted-- An on huiid for an emerIdea OKflCKKS. ?"? MU gency. Ask jour neighbor and he wll) tell I. S. Hocker, President; J. J. Mcltolerts, " ' cities:' Cashier All kinds uf icptlrlng iloo at res,u Me r'tcj FARM AND TRADE, Winter ts Of 1 o I 1Mj L Mi, s CRAB ORCHARD SPRVCS. FOR y. well-select- sale:. -- fV More-roo- 40-- U F.REID, Stanford, W. TBJBBLX, f G t ncr-so- Short-Hor- n J. B. HIGGINS, ure ! 1 Iliuo-Ora- ss -- I y Is-e- it Agricultural Implements, o e " ROYAL -- DUROC HOGS TIumi-siiu- AkiH Are Destroyed or Lightning mm e if ROYAl BAKINO - J. T. SXJTTOWr, - , 000,-000,0- 't noon-dny- CANDY KITCHEN. NOEL - DEKLERS C0HL, THE PUBLIC i sea-lev- el 11 Mason Hotel first-clas- s. p ZLSTOTICIE. n-ar- . Defeu-den- M.M-s- ResH-ctful- 3t-'- W. B. FXITIT7, J. "T.Jones, ui-ijc- . BanMTrnst 2STOTIOE3 "BIG 4'.' 5HHE exis-utor- . W MOMOMMOMOMM mmm tmnk-inlan- d Ciiri-entcr- ; o OMMOMBMM AJM Stop-over- FIRE INSURANCE Cv m Hy-gci- FMENIX Ml MMM n&tSkl-- Insurance Company, Insurance UiiAi. XtlsHb mm m I I I of - Put-in-Ba- y, 27-,'J- ! R.B.JVIAHONY,Agt mm OM WO wm mm ft ij rfc m H.D.PHILLIPS, Smi'tb. Gun and Upholstering a i IMOMMOINIO couuand you why. Sold qy W. II. McRoberts. A A. MvKIniiey, AsslitaiitCasliler. sisjclalty, & listirtloc iiira eed "W4Ut fr1 JLtf