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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897081001 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. SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVI. VICINITY tiEWS. m Y LANCASTER INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. AUGUST HUSTONVILLC. I 10. 189T. NO. 47 Tin- - widow of tho Into Silas Cobb l"i. tiled There remains but (51 miles of Madison county turnpike subject to toll. The N'leholasvlllo buso ball club defeated the Danvlllos six to live at Danville Saturday Capt. HlddU says an appropriation of $11,000,000 will be necessary at Klrksvillo, aged to Im- prove Cumberland river from Nash-tll- e to Itockcastlo Klvor, ICy. Five persons, four 1 loyalty and F. T. Wilson have been arrested for burning the barn of Henry Shellon In Mercer and most of them are in jail. who has tried Hubert Hills, of to klll.hlmsolf before, took enough carbolic acid to end his troubles. Ill mind had been unbalanced for some Ca-oy, , . time e at iiuinpn-reThe store and owned by William McClure, was robbed of about $200 in cash, io0 worth of clothes, some jewelry and a lot of stamps. Tin; Somerset Parugon makes deservedly complimentary mention of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Speed, former Lincoln county people, who are preparing to post-olllc- . j, -.' Testifying In his own behalf In his trial fortho murder of John C. CoUon, Dugnn, claimed that Miller, the chief witness for the prosecution, tired at him t Dugnn) and killed Colnon. The Mlddlesboro Herald sas that from there during the year ending Ju ly III. nearly all of which went to China, whore it Is regarded as a panacea for all the Ills that llesh Is heir to. The managers of the new Opera Hou-- e at Somerset have made It known that thoy will not allow tho ladlos to wear high or broad hats at tho entertainments there, and that they will not permit clamping of feet for applause. lly a lire which originated In the e Green Hotel at Wllmoro, it, the undertaking esHol.d and Ilarr's tablishment were burned, while Whitman A Co's cigar factory and Jonllu & CVs store were partially destroyed, causing it lo-- s of $20,000. Total Wll-mor- leave that place. 120,000 worth of geuseng was shipped I0,000. L W T Crosby, arrested at St. Louis for stealing jewelry and pawning It, wild "l cam from Shelbyvlllo.Ky. My Isaac Shelby, wa the hrst governor of Kentucky, who was secretary of war under President Monro.. Through the Shelbys I am a second cousin to Mrs. Helinont, the motlK-of the Duchess of Marl borough " ... Mko llyun, Frank Howard and Heake, of Cincinnati; John Dutlon, of Somerset, and Lewis Saunders, of Richmond, were held over to circuit court on the charge of having roblxxl Mordie Chambers and J. II. Halloa, of Tallapoo-a- , Oa., and John Owen- -, of as ono man. All we need Is unity In Harriman, Term., of different sums of our own ranks and old time majorities money, while thoy were walling for a will be the result. No democrat has a reason or a right to vote against the train atMltchellsburg. Jake. Tom and General Williams, nominee. His obligations are sacred three brothers, kidnaped Llda Hays, a and there Is no honorable retreat. deaf mute, at her home In Knox counMT. VERNON. ty and lied with her to the mountains between Tennessee and Kentucky and The protracted meeting will begin hae since been in hiding there. Iast here Wednesday, 11th. week tho two latter were captured and R. G. Williams is receiving hearty lodged in jail at lUrbourvlllo, and It Is encouragement in his race. said that Jake was lynched. Ills also Attorney Doss Lamb had a very insaid that the girl will die. teresting iolIt!cal letter in the Signal months since recently. It was noted several that Houston Hall, of Mlddlesboro, had There will be a Sunday school conbrought salt against W. 1. Walton, of vention held at Huekeye church noxt the Stanford INTF.KIOK JOUKNAL for Saturday. Carloads of line building rock aie ,"),000 alleged damages to the said Ball's county circuit shipped from Rockcastle every week. good name. In the Hell court tho editor won last week, us many No liner stone can be found In the friends among the press boys and else- State. A large number from Livingston atwhere hoped ho would. In this same Inquire tended the Masonic supper at Loudon connection wo would llko to what sense or justice there Is In com- last Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. pelling tho defendant in a libel suit to Woodall attended from this placo. Tho hall storm damaged the crops in answer In tho plaintiff' county, often many miles distant, instead of In tho this county to tho extent of several county where tho newspaper Is pub- thousand dollars tt is thought. The lished, and presumably where tho dam- blades of corn were literally torn into age, If any, has been done ? Several shreds. Mrs. Doty and family, of Madison, years ago ono of the Richmond papers Laid something about a man In Somer- aro visiting Mr. and Mrs. Win, J. Sparks. Mr. Allen, of Ohio, is the set that caused a libel suit. Tho Rich- guest of Dr. A. G. Lovell. Mrs. Green, answer In of Frankfort, was called hero Sunday mond editor was forced to the Puluskl circuit court and, although by tho serious Illness of her daughter, Mrs W. ho got out of tho scrape, It was not un- and son, C. Miller. Mrs. Cleo Hrown MuKcnzic, visited Mr. had been put to a deal of expense Mrs. S. II. Martin, of Maretsburg, and til he last exacted by an unfair law. Let's have week. Elders Owens and Riddle will along begin a protracted meeting at Huekeye some much needed legislation Williams, this line. H. J. Nowlon in Owenton Wednesday. Miss Rlsse during who was playing tho piano the Herald. storm last Sunday, was slightly shockLouisville, dis- ed by the bolt that struck tho corner of Judge Thompson, of C. C. charged two men arrested for list light- Jones Williams' residence Miss Ray is it took a bravo man liams. the guest of Miss Mattlo Wiling, saying that The demorest medal contort at Martouso only nature's weapons, as in these days nearly every ono carried a etsburg last Friday evening resulted in Mbs Florence Grillln winning the meddirk or a pistol, and he said that ho al. A large crowd from here attended. congratulating the men felt more like The juges were Messrs. W. J. Sparks, them. C. C. Davis and Joshua Uoreing. Much than punishing Senor Canovas del Castillo, prime praise Is due Miss Herda Martin for the manner which tho minister of Spain, was assassinated by excellentacquitted in thetusolves, young ladles each Aguo-,ia Neapolitan anarchist at Santa speaking so tluently as to lead tho heartired three shots, ers to believe they had appeared before The murderer one of which struck tho prime minis- tlio public many times before this, really A ter in tho forehead. The assassin was which was U. was their first effort. the organised after W. C. T. arrested. contest, with Mrs. Lou Purcell. nrosi- A Paducah boy attempted to kill hla dent; Miss Berda Martin, cor. sec; mother when she rofused to give him anss iuoiuo noiiK, roe. see., and .Miss Bessie Houk, treasurer. money with which to buy cigarettes. gnat-grand-father f J. W. Miller's pacer, iN'ora L., got John C. Goode, of this place, leaves third money at Columbus, O.. in 2:11 Wednesday to take a josltlon In the grocery store of Georgo A. Goode & and ho refused SI, ."00 for her. J. II. Ilaschlcu lias bought the resi- Co.,nt Covington. dence of tho Into Dr. Win. Huffman for Some of our colony at Crab Orchard i1.2.')0. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Smith, of are writing home to "please send some Jelllco. uro visiting tho latter'H pa- thing good to eat," and the next express carried boxes to them. rents, Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Farrls. I am Indebted to W. It. Mason, our Misses Hertha McCarplo, of Emiproficient circuit clerk, for a state- nence, and Eva Collins, of I'aris, uro ment of the docket for circuit court, visiting Miss Jennie Carpenter. Misswhich convenes Aug. 1(1. There are es Myrtle Phillips, of Harrodsburg, 10 Commonwealth cases: 100 old equi. and Myrtle Dryo, of I trad fords ville, ty; 15 old common law and .0 appear- are visiting the Misses Dinwiddle on Western Avenue. ances. Mrs. George C. Goode and two sisA very small crowd attended the colters, Misses Shorrell and Sue Parks, ored Fair Friday, but some good stock was exhibited and Danville defeated of Covington, are visiting the family Stanford in a game of base ball. On of J. P. Goode. Mrs. P. W. Green Saturday tho crowd was somewhat and sister, Mlts Mollle Wright, of larger but not sulllclent to prevent the Lexington, were In our city Saturday loss of money by tin; management. If and were siibstuntlantlally entertained a circus or Sretnw's hosiery show had by Mrs. W. II. Williams and daughters Imjoii advertised a larger crowd would Misses Agnes und Sweetie. John W. (Romeo) Held and family have attended. The ladles of the Presbyterian have decided to leave tho haunts that church will gle a lawn party at Mrs. have known them so long and move to John Gill's on Thursday evening for near Paint Lick this Fall not moving the benetlt of the Mite Society. Re- on account of an unhealthy locality for boy to a freshments will Ixj served, tho Imcas-te- r John has grown from a man, but in order to farm on a baud will furnish the music and a few hours of genuine enjoyment Is ex- more extensive scale, which he has arpected. Admission 25 cents; children ranged to do in that locality. 1ft cents. The wheat market here is just a litThe republican county convention tle lively, with three or four buyers. Saturday Instructed Its delegates to The price lias been forced up to "So. vote for J. G. ltalley, of McGoillu, for A drop of Ho or Ic the last week in Chi clerk of the court of appeals, at the cago had very little effect on this mar Louisville convention. They also en- ket and the price gradually advanced dorsed the administrations of McICin-le- y all tho week. 60c has been refused for and Hradley. J. C. Napier, repub- some large crops to be delivered in 00 lican nominee for with, days and an advance will be made on drew from the race, because there Is this price the coming week. A closely contested game of base ball some dissatisfaction over his failure to supxrt Hunter for l S. Senator In was played here Saturday between the the last Legislature, many of his con- Stanford and Hustonvlllekid nines and stituents claiming that hu was the nom- resulted In a score of 15 to li In favor inee and desired his election because of Stanford. Our boys ask that you Gov. Hradley opK)?ed him. This leaves please request Mr. S. (wo withhold his both parlies without a candidate for name for the present. En.) in a confidential way to return them the ball he sheriff or representative. Capt. I. M. Dunn, who was nomine-to- d stole from them while hero Saturday for sherlll by the democratic com- and they will not have his phiz sent to mittee, has declined to make the race, the rogue's gallery. and the committee will meet Aug. 10 A young man left our town hurriedto make another nomination. W. L. ly one day last week for McKlnney, Ijiwsoii, who would have been his dep- after committing a breach of the peace uty, T. K. Adams and R. L. Klkln will here. Our marshal, bent upon enforclikely present their claims. They are ing the laws of the city, called up by all worthy men and would serve the telephone a certain young man at McIHfople faithfully. Tho committee Klnney, in whom ho had confidence, should consider everything and nomi- and deputized him to arrest said party nate the man who can win and who re- on his arrival and hold him until he alizes the fact that he has a race to reached there. About 40 minutes later make. They can not rely on the brok" our marshal arrived at McKlnney and en lines in the republican party, on ac- found that the young man badly wantcount of tho domineering spirit of the ed, as well as tho one telephoned to, Iliad ley faction: for something may had "gone to the woods." The grand will happen before the election that jury will doubtless want to know more cause them to move in a solid column, about this matter than those boys will 10-lUWj-lreprc-ontatlv- e, Room Wanted :i ! big Tor our Pall Line nuri hi aro making cut hi our Entire Stock. see our nil wool suit at S7.A0. S10 iitnl 312. ! Neglige Shirts Our full line cut In price SHOES moved to Barbourville and during the years of Wand '01 edited the News of that place. He then took a law course at the college In which he Is now a professor and in lsU2 returned to Barbourville and founded the Herald, which he conducted very successfully and with ability till the plant was burned out in Having considered the question from almost every standpoint, we have decided to adopt tho LEWIS DKMAHCCS SAMPSON. In evidence of what pluck, ambition and energy will accomplish, we present a short sketch of tho life of Lewis NEXT SESSION WILL 11EG1N SEPT 0, ls9T. D. Sampson. In lbTO, Feb. IS, he first Some changes will then ho m uln In the work of the om to secure a greater saw the light on a 'arm In Laurel counIn nil ilep irtmunts. ty and now, almost unaided either by efllelenov Miss Martin will bo prlnelp il of tlie 1'rlm'iry untl Prep ir.itory Dep irtmeuU and will money or Inlluential friends, ho Is the give special iittontlou to the sm'iller pupils. Mis Harris head of the department of journalism and will teach will give levtons In Art, Elocution. Phylc.il Culture, Free Hand Drawing, clu-es In Heading and HUtory. in the Normal College at Valparaiso, MNs Uowen will continue to give lesions In Instrumental and Vocal Music and In Voice Ind. After obtaining a fair education Culture. Dr. Hielton and Mrs. Saullev will have charge of classes In the Collegiate Department. at the Laurel Seminary at London, he For further Information call on .Mrs. Sautley at tho College or write to her for Catalogue. XbeG J. L. Free Shines with oory ward, fall and see us. ?2.50 greatly reduced. pair and up- FitoiiMAX & Co., Danville, Ky. THE STANFORD FETCHLE C0LLEG6 A Word To You. December, 1SD2. He then went to Louisville and for a time traveled in the Interest of Fetter's Southern Magazine and subsequently did the same work for the Louisville Post, for which he put in agencies and aopolnted correspondents all over the State. The management of that paper recognizing his worth made him assistant telegraph editor. Afterwards lie was connected with other of the Louisville papers and in June, lbi)4, was made THE CASH SYSTEM, believing that it will ho more satisfactory to both hujerand seller. accumulate, consequently we can sell goods cheaper. It will take much less capital, our openos will le less and there Is every reason why tho cash system will proo satisfactory. We onlj ask you t j try It awhile and If you Had It Is not to jour advantage, wowlll not Ulck on jour hujlng from merchants who sell on credit. We are satisfied we can sell you goods from 10 to U" pT cent, che.ipjr than the credit men and thl Very truly. should certaluly be an Inducement to ou. Itegluulng July 1, ls'JT. No had debts will want to toll. telograph editor of the great Commercial-Gazette at Cincinnati, by tho manager, Mr. Heath, who is now first assistant postmaster general. Afterwards he was editorial writer on the ill Kentucky Post and again returned to V now Tribune, y the Commercial-Gazette- , for which he was Kentucky editor and V political traveling correspondent. He was still with that paper when notified 'V of his present selection and still re- bII tains connection with the great sheet. Mr. Sampson is a remarkably rapid and !): lluent writer and has a natural nose for news with a quick perception of the situation. His letters during the cam. : paign of last year from many points were highly interesting and cut consid: erable figure in shaping results. Ills j- -j HARRIS - - V --LV r - V - - y - - V & - HARDIN, IP " "1-- Y --- y- vy - - y - - ,1Eg ft 1 WHEAT. uruimed to store wheat at a less nrice than ,..,.1 . ..., ... tll,4i .... ..r . .7 IIS "VI.. ,'..n tlllll ou can store It our- - J We are lU. ,V- Will Either Buy or Store $ ,; For Mu. ! '.:r. J. H. BAUGHMAN Headed by U. S. MODEL,, & CO. Liberty. Miss Dollle Cowdenr daughter of Mr. Georgo Cowden, is still quite sick. She Is one of the most jiopular and Intelligent young ladies in the county and her illness Is deplored by everyone. Miss Julia Stagg returned a few days ago from a two weeks' vUit In Hustonville. The family of Rev. J. Q. Montgomery have gone to Stapp's Springs, Adair county, for a few weeks stay. Miss Daisy Glbblns, of Knoxville, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. II. W. Wilkinson, here. Miss Lucy Hell, of Dunnvllle, Is visiting tho family of her brother, Jailer Tom Hell. Circuit court is still in progress ami according to Judge Jones is likely to continue most of next week. Good crowds have been in attendance every day. Mrs. Pat&y Marbler has been awarded a judgment of 2."0 against tho estate ol her brother, the late Joseph Napier, of Phil, this county. Fred Goode, of Kidd's Store, win acquitted for shooting John Price, of the same place, the 5th of last November. The case against Win. Shelton for shooting Jesse Fox, Jr., at Dunnvllle, has been compromised. Something like 100 Indictments have already been found by tho grand jury and many more are expected. It is said that many of them are tho result of malice and will not al knowledge of public men and affairs Is remarkable and he Is always able to put it to good account. Mr. Sampson is making a decided success of his department in the College, as ho does of --everything his hand tltideth to do, and its permanency is now an assured fact. He is a man of good address, handsome and genial, and if he docs not climb to tho top of the ladder of fame, his upward course, past and present, go for naught as indications. Vul-paria- so HiQfiLocust Herd R33. Poianaciii nas. 170. Son of Klever's Model, No. 29.719. tho greatest breeding hog living, und HUNDLEY'S CLAUDE. No. 12,fil)I, son of tho World's Columbian Champion, Claude. No. 11,007. Fine, toppy oung boars road v for service. A few show gilts old enough to breed, and bred sows In everv respect, with n siH.'clalty, for sale. This stock Is strictly first-cla- ss te 38,353. pedigrees. Prices reasonable aud satisfaction guaranteed. Write jour wants or come and see my hogs. A few fresh Jersey Cows for sale. They aro good ones. ANo Mammoth Pekln Duck A. E. HUNDLEV, Hox 193, Danville, Cy. Eggs, St for la. MOKE CALLS ON 1IAILEV. We. the undersigned voters of the south end of Lincoln County, having Implicit confidence In the Integrity and ability of tin Hon. James P. Ha lly as a public otllcer, hereby solicit him to become a candidate for the olllce of Judge of Lincoln County Court, and pledge him our support: L. G. Gooeh. C. (5. Caldwell, s. P. Goocli. Hradley McMulllu. S. H. Gooch. F. N. F. S. Goocli, Hlce Pitman, W. 11. Gjo'h. John Pitman, Pato Kouteu. M. Howard, E. S. Singleton, Ellerson Padgett. Craig Goocli, J. F. Koynolds, Hardin Claunch J. P. Gooeh, C. f . Gooch, T. J. Goocli, Sr.. W. F. Camden, G. T. HeynohN. D. W. Caldwell, D. O. Lewis, K. I). Padgett. J. L. Camden. T. J. Gooeh. Jr., M G. Koynolds. G. T. Goo.li. Jr., II. S. Keynolds, W. II. Singleton, G. A. Caldwell. U. V. llallard, Ike Camden. M. II. Gooch, T. I). Goocli. J. M. Keynolds, II. L. Keynolds, O. T. Gooch, Sr., Jonathan Aker, A. 11. Morgan, C. M. Estes, Julian Adams, Hardin Slug cton, E. It. Caldwell, bear Investigation. Jr., W. I). D. Hajes. L. F. Keynolds, A. J. In every Issue of the Courier-JournPerkins, E. W. Caldwell. A. IC. Caldwell, a stinging pain caused by the punctures Nathan Singleton, G. W. Keynolds. W. P. of Kdltor Walton's quill Is very notic-abl- Keynolds, Robert Padgett, Willie Sims, John Editor Walton is a thoroughbred C. 'Gooch, John G. Singleton. J. S. Wilson, democrat to tho core, who believes In and Goo. W. L troll. Eu-bano. Queen & GenT. Durintj the Tatncsve Centennial an I rnternationil Eroiition at AWi-till- e, Tenn , a low rate tpeciul tariff hat been cttublihed for the mle of ticket from Cincinnati and other tennin i piinl&oii the Queen 0 Cretcenl lioute. Ticket are on tale daily until further notice to Chattunonju at $4.55 one uwj or li.WI round trip from Junction City, the mund trip ticket being yood men day to return; other ticket, with lonyer return limit, at S7.30 and at yD.'Joor the round trip. Theme rale enable the public to visit Xushcille and other Southern point at rate never before offered. Vettibuled train ofthefine.il clan ar4 at the dUpoml of the pawiijer, afordiny a moit pleawnt trip, and mnbliny one to vitit the very intereMiny icentry and imimrtunt in and wfcoiif Jfotoifai'n and Chickwivvtj i Xationul Miliabout Chtdtanooya, tary Park. Ticketi to Xahville to visit the Centennial can be pitrchaml at Chnttanoojafoa $.i.4l) round trip. Ak your ticket aye nt for ticket viu the (. 0 C A'oii'.V South or write to battle-yroun- JAMES RO V, Ay I. H'. C. Junction City, or HrXE.lltS0.V, a. '. .I. Cincinnati !)-!'J'LlJJCq.'l.iJ- I lighting polities in party conventions, and when that is ended to join lunula with tho majority bf his party and lend them all the assistance possible to annihilate the enemy. ICeep tho good work going, Bro. Walton, and It wont be long before tho old devil fish on the corner of Fourth and Green streets will bo too weak to pull back and too sick to cry for virtuous tonic prescribed only by its specialist, Billy Breckinridge. Fat McDonald's Frankfort national banks In 13U2 the with highest point was reached, with capital and il,77'J.:i00,000 deposits, loans and discounts. Since then the number of such banks has steadily In ISOi there were oOS Stf,bOO,000 capital. SliSti,-000,0- UDDGRCAKinG BY V4 ,i decreased. Mrs. Pulaski Leeds, wife of the su- 'A perintendent of machinery of the L. & N., is said to have fallen heir to a large estate by thedeuth of an uncle In Oklahoma, who recently came there from Western Argus. South America. Gold ore running over $00 to the ton The latest olllcial estimate of the has been discovered in Hardin county population of tho United States, is and tho people are almost as much exwhich also says that tho hold-lug- s of money Is $23.53 for every aiun, cited over it as the country generally woman and child. is over Klondike. Praotical Trimmer, Embalmer and li Funeral Director. Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Square, Stanford, Ky Room OppoMte Court-Hou- se T J. C. M'CLARY.i " i -- r"-i . j. The effort lo run 11 republlcan-bolto-crat- k James Woodard was drowned in a mill pond TIIE REPUBLICANS ENDORSE M'KINLEY, I1RADLEY, DAVIS ON, UINOLKY HILL AND KINO AND RECOMMEND THE LATTER FOR SENATOR. infant under l." years. The L. N. earnings for July nre the best in a long time and $Kl2,7i" more than tjioso of July '9(5. By an explosion In a cartridge factory In Bulgaria Ait people were killed outright and i0 perhaps fatally injured. Patrick Draker killed his wife and mass convention assembled Resolved 1. That wo approve of tho shot John Catn when he found them in call for the State convention. a compromising position at Columbia, 2. That we heartily endorse tho adS. C. The Cunarder Ctruria. beat all re- ministration of President McKinley cords from Liverpool to New York by and congratulate tho people of tho making it in live days, 21 hours and 10 country on tho passage of the Dlnglcy bill, which is now bringing a return of minutes. From Information received 54,000 prosperity to tho country. We con veterans will march In the G. A. R. demn the present civil service law and u,)poi tunny. no goods nro leasonnblo, desirable nnd never so ehenp as now and and his ceases and we would advise parade at Buffalo, during the national especially Cleveland's extension there the few wonderful values hero Itemized are but examples of hundreds of others Powder-ley'- s Editor Dyc'he denies that of which retains men in olllce who have throughout our him if he values his personal safety to encampment. store. Tho Loveliest name was sent to the Senate for let us severely alone in the future. Nathaniel Mason was shot to death never stood an examination iw to their commissioner of immiconfirmation as by a Georgia mob for attempting to qualifications. We ask for a biihpon-sio- n gration and asks us to state the page of There is one strike at least that was or modification of tho civil service the wife of Dr. Powell, with the Congressional Record, which tells backed by public sentiment there and whom he lived. law, so as to make it just and practicaof such action. If the" learned and as elsewhero. The Northern proprietors Charles Kaiser, condemned to death ble in its operation and prevent a life tute gentleman, wno minus ne Knows of a cotton mill put Xegro women to for the murder of his.wife at Philadel- term in otllce. it all, will cast his eagle eye on page work side by side with white women phia, has brought suit to recover her H. Wo endorse the republican State Selling of the senson Htnrta Mondny with several special offerings Our entire at Atlanta. The last insurance of $u,000. 3,0."7 and under date of July IT, 1S97, and girls administration and commend its efforts he will find that as usual we know what one of them marched out and they James J. Corbett is playing exhibi in protecting the financial credit of tho stock of Summer I)rcs Goods hits been marked awny down and to be sold nt 5 cents we are talking about, when it comes to didn't inarch in again till they had car- tion games of base ball around New State. Also heartily endorse Gor. per yard to loc for the bet. consisting of Orgnndiex," Dimities, Itotistes, Ac Heavier Dress Goods in fancy, figured nnd plain to be sold nt marked down price, matters of importance, and not as to ried their point. Negro equality even York City for S."00 lier game. Ho is a Bradley's course and efforts tosupprcss 50c goods for 30c; 30c goods for 15c: 25c goods to bo sold nt 10c. Thero were in the workshop wont go in the South crack first baseman. the color of one's hair. mob violence and to enforce the law. Women's fine Hosiery and Vests ...Our 25c Vests nnd Hose will be sold this week numerous protests from labor unions and Northerners are fools to try to 4. We heartily approve of the course O. Jewett, of Columbus, O., has J. nt 15c; 20c stock for 10c nnd tho best thnt enn be hml ntSc. against the confirmation and the Sen force it. filed suit for divorce from his second of Hon. B. B. King as our iremberof the nomination. Afate pigeon-hole- d wife, naming Frank Jewett, a son of his tho Legislature and commend him to The pension commissioner's report ter it adjourned the president in paythe people of the ISth Senatorial disfirst wife, as corespondent. just Issued shows that there arc promise ment of a trict as a suitable candidate for the Mrs. Caroline Ochs, of Texnrkana, 52S pensioners now on the rolls, 50,101 the professional labor man and having been added during the liL'd year Ark., saturated her hair and clothing. Senate. he has since qualified and taken charge f. Wc also heartily endorse the work war. Thero were 111,990 with coal oil and ignited them. She Xou can a ways find whnt you want here in Indies' or men's belts. Ladies of the olllce, McKinley in &o doing after the white of our Congresumaii, Hon. G. M. Dawas burned almost to a crisp. deaths, making the net increase 12,S.0. kid belts, tnn, black, green nnd oxblood ut 2c each. practically saying as Vanderbilt did of Ashland merchants are looking for- vison, and commend his course in re a year to A few more dress skirts nnd wnists to lw sold nt n still lower price than the public: "'Laboring men be d d, It takes nearly $150,000,000 ever lieforo. ward to their annual picnic which oc- cording his vote for the Dlnglcy bill, Ladies, misses' nnd children's slipper to Ik? sold at unheard of value-- . You inust use of paying any attention pay pensioners now and that's why it curs on the 18th. Everything Is free thus carrying out the wishes of his conwhat's the is necessary to increase taxation and to them?" stituents and bringing peace and pros- get a share. Wc cill your attention to our new Fnll lino of men's suiting and wt put a heavier burden on people who and as usual a big time is expected. uro prepared to give you Information and price on the Judge Jackson, of West Virginia, perity to tho masses. IN this week's issue of the Frankfort are getting mighty tired of it. 0. The following persons are hereby has issued an injunction against the Capital, Editor Forrester turns his batThe credential committee of the re- pc&tifcrous Debs going to any of tho named as delegates to the State conotllce teries loose upon the auditor's M. Davison, A. A. which he says is suffering from aggra- publican State convention which meets mines that asked that he be prohibited. vention: G. E. W. Spldell, J.F. Cummins, will be no sinein Louisville A Zancsvllle, O.. Negro boy of eight vated but unprovoked attack of what is S-fcyltechnically known as "periphranial cure. Thero will be contests till they has confessed to numerous thefts and George Hurst, W. D. Turd Iff, G. W. r Minor, J. L. Totton, R. expansion," due principally to the dep can't repose, many of the county meet- to placing obstructions on the street Gentry, Which wc arc going to sell cheaper than nny one cle Come nnd re convinced. is to ings splitting and sending two lists of railway, which caused a fearful acci- L. Davison, B. B. King, Chas. Butchuty auditor, who knows all there dent, er, Thomas Terry, Joseph Phelps, B. financial and delegates. The g. 0. p. Is in a mighty know and solves great Isaac Sen IT shot and killed Thomas B. Bright, Steve Blankenshlp, Thomis ripped from legal problems so fast that occasional- bad way generally. It Kendall, his partner in business, atMt. as Phillips, J. A. ChapiHsll. ly one slips through the mill without stem to stern by factional differences Sterling, presumably on account of being properly ground. The Capital and is only partially held together by jealousy. Each weighed over .'100 hope of pie. RELIGIOUS. is certainly the freest lance in jour- the pounds. in Kentucky and nalism ever known Bro. Barnes begins u meeting at ONCE upon a time a woman was told Engineer Charles Torrey, of the A. UIIBANSKY t CO, I'ltonmrroKa. the devilish republicans fear it and of the sudden death of her husband Burlington road, died of paralysis in Paris Aug. IS. T. D. HANKY. Manaokh. tremble. Rev. C. E. Powell is holding a meetwhile she was eating her dinner. "Just his cab near St. Joseph, when his en wait till I get through, if you want to gine was running at the rate of 10 ing nt Plneville. A YOUTH named Liebke from St. Eld. Joseph Ballon is assisting Eld. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, Lnwrenceburg. Cynthlann, Versiillei, Kuii Louis got himself into trouble in Louis- hear me scream," she said as she miles per hour. nence, Georgetown, Klirnbetlitown. Frankfort, nnd Mnuckjxirt, Ind. n J. T. G. Wlnlock, a wealthy Glasgow Montgomery in a meeting at ville by trying to take liberties with a quietly finished her meal. Mr. comes back at us In his Courier- - citizen, formerly president of the Grow- Miss Bayless with whom he was drivThomiw Fitch, a youth of IS. is in jail Journal yesterday and 11 you want to crs' Tobacco Warehouse at Louisville, ing in a hack. He was arrested and sec us eat him up again, just wait till was drowned while attempting to ford a at Vanceburg for drawing a gun on a held in $."i,000 bail, but at this distance preacher, who reproved him in church. our columns are not so crowded. swollen stream in Barren. it seems to be a case of much ado about Rev. E. W. Withers, of Loxlngton, Dallas, Tex., suffered under a tempernothing. Miss Bayless knew the young THE Paragon says that Pulaski has at the colored Baptist I have in stock yet some of the of 108 degrees, recorded on the will rascal was drunk when she started with 159 free schools, all except 10 being for ature the government weath- church Sunday, wo are requested to anhim and is not altogether deserving of whito children. It is safe to say that thermometer at nounce. sympathy for what afterwards trans- the next generation wont be .as ignor- er station Thursday. The heat is deRight Rev. Bishop McClosky will scribed as the worst ever felt in Texas. pired. The youth, who Is just 20, seems ant as this and then the county will go preach at Ottenhclm Wed Five or six lives were lost and a numto have more money than brains and a democratic. nesday morning, so Joseph Willlman ber of persons Injured In an explosion fondness for women and wine that may say. Both in Indies' and (Children's and the prices wdl he remarkably LOW. I would Col. Craddock says he paid o0 cents at the Northwestern grain elevator in asks us tokneeling In prayer during yet prove his death. a now rather linve what they cost than to carry them over, i'le.iso tec them whether While Chicago. Three of those killed were for a dinner at the Richmond fair. InALL the white deputies resigned conceivable, incredible, improbable firemen. The property loss is nbout tierce electric storm at Hazcltun, Pa., you buy or not. Stanley Torback was struck by light when the Negro took charge of the The old man was never known in his ;?:ioo,ooo. W. A. Proctor, of Logan county, is ning and killed. collector's office at Atlanta. The ap- long life to spend a cent for anything. The Baptist church will havo a roll of Negro officials over white the defendant in two slander suits of pointment ; 810,000 each, brought by two promi call of its members Sunday morning. democrats is a pretty good scheme of POLITICS nent young women of Warren county. 'Rev. J. B. Crouch, tho pastor, insists the republicans to render the civil ser The Ohio boltocrats will nominate a He charged that each young lady had that all of tho members be present. vice law nugatory. They know they Rev. Ira Partln has just closed a wont stand it and thus they are able to full State ticket to help Hanna carry gone off to give birth to a child. the State. Nloholjj meeting nt the Harmony Baptist fill their places with white republicans, Edward King and Herbert Fayette county republicans gave son were killed outright and J. L. Oli- church with 2.1 add ltlons and a great who do not mind sleeping three In a bed with a Negro if there is office and Gov. Bradley's administration a hearty ver was perhaps fatally wounded near awakening among tho membership. endorsement. While kneeling In prayer at his home Chattanooga by an engine striking money In it. Russell republicans nominated a their buggy while they were attempt- at Ha.elton, Pa., a man was struck There is a woman at Parkersburg, county ticket and W. T. Sharp for rep- ing to cross the track of the N. C. t dead by lightning. If It waits to catch The IIKIOEST 3c Tablet mi the market, A i!ect llia-W. Va., who has for years presented resentative from that county and Ca- -' St. L. railroad. 'em In that attitude, wo shall not soon her husband with a child on each 1st sey. chronicle the death of a Stanford man day of August and she didn't forget The following connundrum by the JAMES P. BAILEY WILL ACCEPT. by lightning. to attend to this little business when Capital Is as yet unanswered: While He who can listen to tho powerful Messrs. L. S. Elder, J. R. Brooks, the day rolled around last week. Tho the judges in the jackass ring are try- Dr. W. M. Doorcs, L. G. Gooch, C. G. and convincing argument for Christi old man likes promptness and regulari- ing to decide between Deboe and Joe Hopper, and still Caldwell, Bradley McMu 111ns and anity of Uncle tho divinity of Christ llox rnH!r iintl runlets with i.nveloes to nmti-li- In the luti-s- Tint not believe in ty, but says that there can be even too Franks for tho "blue ribbon" at the und Designs. fJvt others: tips" on tln latent style from our lint must certainly be given over to a hardmuch of a good thing and has entered coining convention, how is it that noGentlemen When in April last the ness of heart, and ossos8cd of a weaka firm and energetic protest to a fur body seems to have thought of Bill nominating convention of the demo- ness of understanding. Plneville Courther exhibition of it In this lino by his Lyons ? crats of Lincoln county chose another ier. It is hoped that Editor Townes is wife. Speaking of tho A. P. A. leaders the over me as tho candidate of the party not included in the latter layout. There had been seven additions to last acWe hereby make tho amende honor- Frankfort Capital is moved to say: A for the otllce of Lincoln circuit clerk, I counts. able to Editor Dyche, of the London more miserable lot of cowards cannot was perfectly content to abide by that MATRIMONIAL. Echo. Luboring under a misapprehen- be found than these decision. It was the voice of the parwho love to gather be- ty which has so often honored me and sion of the situation, we referred to A Michigan man who advertised for him last week as a "red headed galoot." hind closed doors and rend the foul air I immediately placed myself in line a wife and got her, soon tired of his ( f (' Since then indisputable evidence of the of the "council rooms" with dire with those democrats who hold them- bargain. Friday he shot her and then erroneousness of the first part of tho threats against nuns and decent men selves ready to support the party or- killed himself. N ehargo having been presented, we who are far away. ganization. I was not only content, Festivities following a wedding at withdraw it aud say that if he is a gahad become pleased with my place Cincinnati were wound up by a fire, but News Briefly Told loot at all, which we are beginning to in the ranks, while others led. I can which caused tho death of tho bridesincerely say that I am reluctant to groom and three other persons. doubt, he Is not a red headed one. Three men were killed by lightning leave this place which has proved so near Atlantic, Iowa. Seven wives are clammoring to get A weather prophet at Lexington, Maj. R. Taylor Scott, attorney gen- agreeable to my feelings. But your nt D. K. Bates, a lean and lank speciTHC Bt.UKoQRA83lHKND who, tho local papers say, never misses very llnttering call, as well as many men of humanity, who Is In jail at Chieral of Virginia, is dead. in his predictions, says that next winThoroughbred Dure: Jersey EED HOGS Ben F. Blaln was bored to death bv similar requests which have followed cago to answer for marrying them all. ter is going to be tho longest and cold- a mad it, makes me mindful of tho weight bull at Shalersvllle, O. Joseph Ray and Blanche Fayne, of est on record. There Is some consolaFour girls were drowned while wad- and extent of my obligations to my par Buckeye, Garrard coitnty, left home My lrrelcni wcro selected from th. test herds tion for you, who havo been in parboil. ol ty, and while 1 would not or my own j ofthls famous lined r swine In several Stales A ing In the river near Lancaster, Pa. ostensibly to go to church. Hasten tho happy time. Death by liluiiillil lot of il)t of illlloroiit ages for sale. Ilred honorable and respon- Thoy drove to Nichohyivllle, 11 miles II. M. Pedlgo, better known as choice seek tho ij. aaiiii.iriinn guaranteed. Corrcs- freezing is said to be a big improveAddrcfs INJMlieucu MUIUMM. "Buck," a noted Barren county trader, sible office for which you In such com- away, und reached .Jofforsonvlllo Friment on death by boiling. R H. BRONAUOH, plimentary terms usk me to become a day, whore they were married, is dead. sb Orchard, Kr. Michael Kcchn, of Tiffin, O., has candidate, I believe it to bo my duty to Clay Clement, tho actor, The Tennessee voters very sensibly say that if the party, in tho manner and Miss Kerra Konwyn, formerly of defeated tho proposition to call a con- confessed to assaulting his prescribed by Its constituted authori- Harrodsburg, were married recently. stitutional convention. They knew from daughter. ties, desire that I should bo its nomi- She is a member of his thcati ical comA cat fish weighing 12o pounds was Kentucky's experience that it is better to bear the ills they have than lly to taken from tho Ohio river near Ports- nee for County Judge, I will accept the pany and will be his leading lady tho honor and try to the best of my ability coming season in more senses than one. mouth, O. others that they know not of. Isaac Padgett committed suicidonear to show that I appreciate the honor James F. Hieblo, of St. Paul, Minn., The editor of this paper has been English, Ind., on account of disappoint- and tho responsibilities conferred upon and Mrs. Fannio Montague, of Owings-borVory respectfully, honored by President Loving W. ment In love. me. met for tho first time Friday and IsJ Receiving his- Gaines with tho appointment of deleJames P. Bailey. wero immediately married. It Is more Daniel Duncan, son of Dungate to the National Editorial Associa- can, of Lexington, was drowned at Chi"likely that the next the public Three men were frozen to death In than tion that meets next year in Denver, cago. His brother married Miss Geor viasKU in an uiiuwijb iu iuuku wieir hears of the couple, It will bo in tho for which he is duly grateful. gia Barnes. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call: . way back to Seattle. divorce courts. paper Green is THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ing n barren in HowlinjrDr. m. provTurideality. ner, a stockholder, says it is bolng run into the asks Stanford. Ky.. August io, 1897 appoint nground and for it.the court to receiver The Daily Press, as it is called, a weak and puny journalistic bantling and its demise W. P. WALTON. would occasion hardly a ripple in newspaper circles. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Later. The shebang was closed up CVk; S.J. SHACKELFORD on attachments from the paper supply Fo Ap'late house. It never will be misled. " Circuit Judge, M C.SACFLEY. " Ctim'lth Attorney, J. S. OWSLEY, Jr. CAl'GHT dead to rights in his etfort " Representative, - J. F. NORTH. COOPER. to palm otT republican machine edito" County Clerk; - GEO. J!. rials as original, the little tumble bug County Attorney, HARVEY HELM. of the Richmond Pantagraph rolls and J. F. HOLD AM. Circuit Clerk, SAML. M. OWENS tumbles in blind fury and advises us to Sheriff", GEO. W. DEUORD. attend to our own business. There was Jailer, no occasion for the outburst of indigna- C. G. BAKER. Afsettor, tion and invective, but wo shall take WM. LANDGRAF. Coroner, him at his word. Hereafter all amen-etic- s Supt. School, GARLAND JINGLETON and courtesies between this paper -- The Sprockles Sugar Company has been organized at San Francisco with capltul. Leslio Gilliam, of Owensboro, was lined $100 for delivering poison to an W.OOO.OOO at Nleholasvillo. Gat Etfen Deeper! Tho republicans met In convention yesterday, when Editor E. W. Spldell was called to tho chair and B. G. AN Arc the prices nt the Iiuisvllle Store. Everything lunrked down to meet the ro- ford made secretary. The chairman quircmcnls of tho time Quality, style nnd worth arc sacrificed to our tleiire to sur then presented the following resolu- pass competitors nnd this makes your tions for consideration and they were unanimously adopted: The republicans of Lincoln county In Money 1 Saving GOODS ns-sa- -- WASH DS-- pre-electi- Belts and Leather Goods. J ' y, to-da- y, . Cu-sa- THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Wat-terso- Brad-ordsvlll- e. tPItPIEIiS Nicest Goods of the Season H. ! J. McROBERTS. School BOoks and sSupplies. of AtCRAIGA, HOOKER'S.) "fcy , t METAL ROOFING. FLOORING, loud-mouthe- d, SIDING, black-guard- s, A. C.SIME, CEJLING, STANFORD, KYI FINISH. Farm and Yard Fence. gsa ai.N-vi.in- Thm-Min- well-know- H. G. RUPLEY, TMEMERfflANT TAILOR -- o, or SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. & THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanpohd, Kv., August io, IC. Miss Dkllk Denny Madison. Is visiting in Mks. E. T. Pence left yesterday for Parks-vlll- o Missouri to visit her sister. Miss Dell Felano went to 1897 yesterday to visit friends. is Miss Jennie Hauuhman, of Hoylo, visiting Miss Annie Phillips. COL. R. T. To.Ml.lN, of Hutlor, Ga., Prescriptions aro filled rilit anil is vistlng R. II. Crow at Hlllcrest. at rljht prices at Penny's Drue; Store. Miss Eliza 13LANKENSiup,of Klngs-vlllis tho guest of Mrs. W. S. WarC. Walton, Business Manager. o, PERSONHLS. Nkvii'8 1h quito sick. spent Sunday with bistora hero. Kij Ci. M. COOI'RR Mrs. Commlsslonet R. C. Wurron AFTER TRIALS AND MANY NAME A COUNTY sold a house and lot nt McKlnney beV. C. SHANKS haa buon quito ill TICKET. longing to tho heirs of L. D. Garner to with iiialai'ial fevor. The republican committee wrangled W. M. Duddorar yesterday for 8715. William Mokhland is in Wayno for two hours yesterday on a nominacounty buying nhccp. A GOOD work horse belonging to tion for county judge and ut last seMlt. J. C. McClaky made a business Carroll Shanks attempted to jump a lected John A. Chappoll, who claimed trip to Hrodhead Friday. .to be a democrat till ho cot turned picket fence and falling on It was WILL Seaeranuk leaves this morn disemboweled. Ho was shot. down. He Is now a guard In the peni- Ine; for the cities to buy nooda. teetlary. There was no opposition to The weather Is not so warm but 'twill J. F. Cummins and he wns nominated MISS KSSIK KlDU, of Louisville, Is The showers promised for for county clerk. sulllce. the guest of MUD Mary K. l'onco. Tuesday aro much needed, for those Miss Jennie Cooper Is vUitinjj John M. Johnson, also a democrat We are making preparations for a big output of goods. When you hear our who dig otatoes llnd little or no mois- till he was beaten for assessor, was Miss Lucy MoKlnnoy in the WestKnd. you will then know we mean to sell the goods. Our aim in making these unture in tho ground. Mkb. J. E. llKCCi: has boon quito nominated for circuit clerk. precedented prices is to reach out and furnish our adjoiding counties, which fact has sick for a week with stomach trouble. T. J. Culton was nominated for conn always proven itself where a customer favored us with a call. We are here for busAnothek Election. In response theirs. Mus. C. II. Singleton, of Crab Or iness, quick sales and unnll profits. to (WO petitioners, Judge Dawson yes- ty attorney. Mk. William Hauuhman, familiarJ. C. King, always a republican, was chard, is visiting her mother at Lex ly known here as 'Undo Hilly," died terday ordered an election on free turnnominntcd for sheriff. ton. near Dallas, Texas, some days ago, pikes In November, tho one held last Miss Kate Ulaln was nominated for Mias ANNii: Nlnnklli:y, of Win- aged Ul. November being Invalid. county superintendent without opposichester, Is the guest of Mrs. 1'. I'. Branch Store at Hustonvillo, II. K. Camnitz, Manager. Mks. John A. Hlain, Misses Lena Fkke Entertainment. There will tion. Harnett, Mary Ronton and Sudle aud Ikj a leciure by Prof. T. C. Cherry on Joseph Phelps got the nomination for Mil. I K. Tkiiiiilh, of Fayette, Zoo Ellis paid us a pleasant call last Expression," and music, recitations jailer. spent a few days ul his homo in this evening. deW. and declamations by the ladles and feated Randall Cook a for assessor county. H. D. White, democrat until a Mks. H. C. Sandidgk, Miss Jo- gentlemen of tho Teachers' Institute few years ago, and Hutcher, the Negro, I). HlUTTAIN and ENSK1N CAHLO sephine and H. C. Jr., of the West End, wife aro guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. passed up to Crab Orchard Springs at Walton's Opera House Thursday who never was In it. Johnson Crow, a German, was nominight. 12th, at 7:.'U) o'clock. The pub Shanks. nated for coroner. yesterday. is cordially invited. lie Misses EkkikSandiduii, of Sholby It was six o'clock last evening before -Dll. W.M. SIIELTON Is back from a tho last nomination, that of represenCity, was tho guest of Mrs. William month's visit to his wife at Nashville, Tin: fiscal court was In session tative, was made. II. D. White was Morolaml. to receive the rojiortof tho com- nominated. to prepare for the coming session of -Jo MKS. II. D. Gregory and children tho College. missioners for tho salo of county bonds It's a monstrous ioor Everything In stock to supply your wants. week with relatives In the sH!iit last And will be beaten just as easy as Ot'K people arc more than pleased and an order was made to burn those ' Vt End. with theStanford correspondent of Tho of the old issue taken up. Mr. John rolling off a log ! Jl'lKiKJ. W. ALCOKNand daughter, Sayings, Mr. Joo F. Waters, and his W. Walter, recently apiKilnted a magTEACHERS' INSTITUTE. Mlfs I 'utile, spent several days at Crab excellent letters aro read with delight istrate, was present for tho first time And Stationery nt tho Lowest Ca.li Prlcts.. by all. Wo notice that his articles aio Orchard Springs. The Lincoln county teachers met in qualified. being copied all over Kentucky, which and Missus Scsir. Wirr and Nettie Co, is a siilllcient guarantee of their merit. annual session yesterday at the College OUR old Casey county friend, J. A. Hurgln Cor. Harrodsburg Sayings. of MadUon, aro gliosis of Mrs. Dr. G. Chapel. Dr. Wm. Shnlton led in prayEstcs, who has been president of tho W. Hrouaugh. er and Miss Pearl Phillips presided at DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. MIddleburg & Yosemlte plko for years, HOME NEWS, IlAItltY GIOVANNOLI, of tho Danville the organ during tho singing of several has, wo aro told, given up thut otlico hymns. The opening address was de Advocate, passed up to Crab Orchard which ho has tilled boelllclently. Dur Take that watch to Danks. Springs Saturday. livered by Prof. E. L. Grubbs, which JcihjkJ. H. Sampson, of Mlddlor-bor- o, TltY our Silver Leaf Tea. Warren ing his presidency he paid to tho stock- was responded to by Logan R. Hughes, holders $tl2.7f on tho ST0 share, and both gentlemen ncqultting themselves was registered at tho Myers Shanks. when ho resigned tho directors very very creditably. L. R. Hughes was IIoiito yesterday. MONEY.-reWanted to loan 700 on sensibly gave him a complimentary then chosen secretary and Miss Georgia May, Utile daughter of Mr. and Mrs, estate. Call at thlsolllco. pass over the road for all time to come. Lewis, assistant. The superintendent, A. C. Martin, fell and badly sprained Miss Kate Blain, made a short address an arm a few days ago. Look out for Severance & Sons' an The llttlo child, Albert Padgett, closing with the introduction of Prof. Miss Tevis Carpenter entertained T. C. Cherry, of Bowling Green, as intable linen sale next week. who was burned so badly at the of her young friends at a doen or when Its mother was burned to structor. Ho outlined the methods to School supplies in every line at death last full, died Sunday, Mr. J. T. be pursued during the week and judgtea Thursday evening. ing from his efforts lastyenr, the teach Mksimmus It. T. Matti.shjly and lowest cash prices, W. H. McRob- - Chadwlck, tho keoier, tells us. Ho ers know that he will make tho instierts. Harry Geer wont over to Lexington Our stock of Shoes for Men, Roys, Women and Children Is second to now says that while the burns healed, they tute interesting. AN elegant lino of Fall and Winter Tho following teachers were Saturday to visit friends. In this section. left the skin so tightly drawn over the and enrolled: E. L. Grubbs, present Annlo Mlt. C S. NlELD, of Grays, was hero goods coming In dally. Call and see. flesh and bones that It never grew at McKlnney, Fanny Senrs, Nora PhilFriday to see to a lot of mules Wavorly H. C. Rupley. all, its llttlo limbs being smaller than lips, Fanny Underwood, L. R. Hughes, Hamilton is grazing for him. N. W. Hughes. Helen Thurmond. J. II. HaNKLA has been apolntcd one's linger. Pearl Phillips, Florence Bibb. Kate Mil. and Mks. J. W. Ai.LKN.of at Junction City and Theo. Maggie Sacray, spent Sunday and yesterday ostmastor MIddleburg. Found De,u. Alex Walker was Bogle C. K. McCIurc.Sweariniren.A. H. Wesley at Grant North, W. R. found dead In bed Friday morning. He Baugh, Rachel Bradshaw, Alta Hicks, with Mr. and Mrs. W'.'L. Evans. Are made of leather and tho price- - are right. Mks. It. It. Gentry and children The last liquor license has expired was 0110 of our most worthy colored Carlic Holtzclaw, Mrs. M. Cochran, came up from Anderson county Satur-du- v and now Somerset is as dry as a prohi- men, but it is said that since he was hit Annie Dunn, Georgia Lewis, Maggie on tho head by a piece of wood that McIIardy, Kate Hays, M. J. Brough, to visit Mrs. Anno Dudderar. bition town over gets. Look at this when we say all leather we mean leather. 4 to 7 all .'eat tiCondor, L. C. Gooch, Jacob Tom Carter throw from a train at him, WinnieMattlc Sacray, C. M. Young, A. Mil. It. H. McANiNCH, ofCiuoy.who er at 60c: S to 11)4, all leather, at 00c; 12 to 2,a!l leather, at SI. Elder, Hoys. Our Waynesburg correspon- ho has never been right mentally. Carhas M grandchildren and 11 great-gran- d M. Warren. Eva Eubanks, L. M. Lewdent. M. G. Reynolds, tells us thut ter was Indicted and tried for tho of- is, Ella Wright, Sam Vounjr, Mrs. Krochildren, was hero Saturday. George Ellison, of his section, had two fense in October, 1890, and given three ger, Mrs. Amanda White. Clara Goode. Mil. and Mks. Shkliiy Tkyis and Edmiston, Mary Carter, W. Hryanlles to arrive Saturday. months at hard labor. Ho was u brake-ma- n JohnSingleton. Mary Helm, Jennie children, of Shelby City, are sending E. and was afterwards killed. Pettus, Lucy Reynolds, E. S. Young, a few days at Spring Hill. Versailles THERE will be no social trains to W. II. Bastin. Esther Bureh, Mnry Sun. tho Lebanon fair, which begins toA committee comixiscd of republieach pair of School Shoes. Wilson. G. N. Curtis, J. w. Acton, MKS. T. M. TllATCIIKK and children, day, but a reduced rate of one faro for cans has been searching tho court reII. S. Young. ! M. Acton, Arthusa John, Mark and Elizabeth, of Somer tho round trip Si 10 is given by tho cords hero for a list of those republi- Cloyd, John Ware O. Adams, Lizzie Peyton. Lon Moore. J. II. rot, aro guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. L. & N. Pettus, cans who have been sent to tho peni- Thomas, Lily Marie Warren, Vcssic AnderLynn. THE privileges of the Hrodhead fair tentiary and have served their terms, son. Jnnie Prewltt, ClaTill! Richmond Register is to issue a which will be hold Wednesday, Thurs- In order that they may get Gov. Brad- ra Goode. Poland, W. E. Woman's Edition, Aug. 27, and Miss Instltuto was opened at 1:.'10 with day and Friday of next week sold for ley to restore them to citizenship so as singing, Miss Pearl Phillips at the Mlnva l'ark Phelps will be cno of tho to participate In tho November elecover $200. Ed Wilkinson, of this place, after which County Supt. P. H. editors. tion. The rads aro leaving no stones Taylor, of Casey, gave a very interestsecured tho barber privilege. Mks. S. H. Hooker, who has been unturned In their efforts to keep Lin ing talk, which was highly appreciavisiting her sister at Ml. Vernon, reCk.uu Camden tolls us that his coln county in tho republican column, ted by tho institute. Instructor T. C. turned Saturday to her homo at Miss Alllo Camden, who lives near but wo hope and bellevo theirs will be Cherry then discussed Psycology In a subvery entertaining manner. Harris' Flat, In Madison, gotMIss Nol-li- o a ease of love's labor lost. The better ject being exhausted, that of This Attention Missus Deira Coulter and Lizzie Morshon's grip by mistake and that people are tired of republican misrule was Introduced by Prof. Grubbs and Harman and Thomas and Georgo Har-inn- she can get it by addressing her. ... aud will speak in no unmistakable discussed by tho Institute. At this a vote was taken nnd it was of Roylo, are guests at Mr. T. A. terms with their ballots when the op- juncture that the teachers remove to GENTLEMEN: After cutting my corn last year olT of a Held that had u vty heavy decided The tax books are now ready and Coulter's. portunity presents ifeolf. o tho for the remainder of coat of grass on It, 1 took one of your CAKTKK spent a week you will please couio forward and settle MKS. P. W. Miss Blaln appointed tho session. is my last year and unLarken Edge, the "flower of the Prof. Cherrv, with her daughter, Miss Mary I). Car-to- at once. This Kato Bogle. Lizyou may expect ycarth," as ho used to call himself, has zie Pettus, C. Misses, M. Young and Ware a who is teaching tho public school less your taxes uro paid to see your property advertised. T. D. at last driven across the river and let committee on program and Misses Anat Crab Orchard. McKlnney nnd Esther Burch and L. C. us hope now rosta under the shade of nie M. Lewis a committe to arrango for Mil. T. A. RlCK, of Now Orleans, Nowland, S. L. says the entertainment Thursday night at joined his wife hero Friday night and The Stanford, Turnersvillo and Mo- tho trees. The Montlcello News And was so dissatisfied that I returned It to you. In justice to the Superior Grill Drill, I went to Richmond to Klnnoy Wheat Co., composed of vari- hodlcdafew days ago after spending the Opera House. Saturday they want to say I made his last years as a Christian should. visit his mother. ous farmers, met hero yesterday and Little Elikaiikth, daughter of Mr. elected Messrs. F. Hold and S. M. Ow- Larken was an ideal stage driver and and Mrs. M. S. Haughmau, fell and cut ens as agents to soil their wheat. Tho many will remember him who ever an ugly gash of nearly two Inches In company now controls between "20,000 took the trip by that niodo of travel to Somerset In the years ugone, for as the I oiler for salo privately my detlrnhlo Had I kept your Drill I would have made at least Klve More to tho Acre, or 130 length In her forehead. and 2u,000 bushels. The News says, his greatest ambition In homo on iiLower Main street, Stanford. nice more In the field. There was such a marked difference In the Held th.it my neighbor, askR. II. IIamm and II. L. Mkssks. houo Is roomy, pietty rottugu with DEATH. Henry E. Evans. Thomas life was to bo a "rolnsman" par excel- vnrrt and good garden and outhouses, and Is ed why I used two kinds of seed wheat, when It was exactly the same seed; tho difference Tate, of Hrodhead, were hero yesterneighborhood. Call on plea-at In day talking up tho Hrodhead Fair, M. Owsley's law partner at Howling lence and for many years his thin, mc aon tho premise-- , and I will take pleasure was tho way the Superior put tho seed In. My regret Is that I did not keep the Sujerlor,' as It was doing Green, suffered a relapse in typhoid bony form could be scon in the regula- In showing Its inanv advantages. which comes oil next week. MRS. ELIZA I'ORTMAN. 40 WOOUSON, who is spend- fever and died Saturday night. Ills tion slouch hat, whip and reins in MKS. Matt ing tho summer at her father, Mr. O. remain were taken to Edmonton for hand moving his stago along more J. Crow's, spent a portion of last week Interment. Ho was a young man of proud than a king on his throne. lino intellect and pronounced ability. with her husband at Mlddlesboro. Than I was giving It credit for and I am free to sy It N tho best Drill over offered to om WHEN Gov. J. R. Hlndman spoke at JOE E. KARRIS. furmers. W. G. LACKEY, who has been Mil. THE Kings Mountain Canning Fac- Liberty last year for tho boltocratie The many h.ivo too few and the few too practicing law In St. Louis for tho past tory Is In full blast now putting up ap- nominees ho had u very small audlonco many. Wo have tho pleasure to aiinouuco the locution of year, has accepted tho position of as- ples. A largo lot of blackjiorrles wero which fact rather displeased him and u new departure for tho selection mi ngeney ami purIn New York (Mty sistant attorney for tho Gould system also canned and within a few weeks tho it is said that ho told his hearers that chase of our toc"k In order to enable us to of railroads In Indian Territory. Eliz- canning of tomatoes will commence. it would bo tho last political speech ipioto lower prices than others who buy on long time and ask big prices In these days of abeth town News. Mr. Lackey arriv- Tho McKlnney factory is being clean- they would ever hear him make. The panic and hard times. Wo deal In ed from St. Louis Saturday to spend a ed up and will begin operations next regret such an announcement caused couple of weeks with his parents, Hon. week. .not only. can hardly be described, but as the masses will patronlo that And bollovo and Mrs. G. A. Lackey. man who thinks lie Is running for ap- house which the the best goons ror me lend sells Mr. E. II. FOX, tho Danville artist, Meseames. II. It. Hkioht, R. S. pellate clerk ha changed his mind and money, fcoino prices: Silk baby ribbon Ic, Mattlo andHottlo Pax-to- is a genuine genius. . Ho is one of tho decided to speak there within tho next carpet lacks Ic. tin tea spoons 2 for lc, lead and Misses in tho country and pencils 2 for Ic, pens 5 for Ic, fishing lines Florence Trueheart, Liccio and llnest photographers Casey county people are lc, fish 2c package, Ic, recently has turned his attention to few weeks tho Jubilant in a horn. ruhlier hooks ft for 2, a envelopes largo wash and 3c, Mary Beazloy, Dolllo Mcltoberts, Nanlino comlvs naturally very cuts for newspapers. 10c, lOe, demnie Vandoveor, Ulrdlo Givens and making half tone including tho one that There aro only three as"National those Iress 5c. water buckets our 10 jt. bucketsperand 12J$c ginghams 5c. All two of ocrats" in Casey and S. W. Tho last several, We have omo special bar Lillian Forsytho and Messrs. wero made by him will support Mr. Shackelford it seems cales go at "Vfi. also nice unu rugs very we simpers, Menefco and Embry and Jack Beazloy and present bo beaten for uccuracy and to us that a prlvato conversation would otitis In Wo can not inviio an early and repeated J3rr"Ilut makes them fatten. A surd cure. to go speech and wo cheap. will go to Gethsemlno trueness to tho photographs from which do as much good as acan on me lone visit and Inspection. Repectf ully submitted to tho Cash Trade uniy, through the Moncstnry there. Miss they were made. Besides ho is accom- Kindest that Air. ll. toll htm his talc of woe ' Laura Jarboc, of Lebanon, who has modating and prompt and It gives us gentleman andcontent. TANNER BROS., McKlnney, Ky. to his heart's becn-theroften, will accompany them. pleasure to patronize him. e, hirf ren. S. II. ROUT, of the West End, sends us word that he has a tine girl at his house. J. Thomas Chekky and M. G. of Hrodhead, attended court on their wheels yesterday. A LirrTEK from J. II. Sowdor, tho real estate man, sayd he has recovered and will bo home In a few days. Sterling, little sou of W. II. Curtis, of the East End, cut his thumb olT while killing a chicken Saturday. Misses Salmi: and Sadie Hawkins, who have been visiting the Misses Ellis, have returned to Moreland. Mit. and Mks. Roiiekt Harding were up from Danville yesterday but failed to bring that wonderful baby of Thy our Gold Camel Ceylon Tea. Demockats will remember that next Saturday at ll o'clock district conven- Warren fc Shanks. -ttlons wJll bo held at Crab Orchnrd, ,,v . , r 7777 ? vuney, 01 wiu .uurwwuej tw Stanford, Hustonvillo and Wnynesburg tlon, a good man and democrat, Is a to send delegates to tho convention to candidate for magistrate. meet here Monday, Aug. Hi, to nomiA. A. Hasten says ho Is going to put nate a candidate for county judge. Tho it under tho rooster next time except district conventions are also charged for tho clerk of tho court of appeals, with the responsibility of nominating candidates for magistrate, and as the he will vote for Hlndman. olllce Is one of tho most important in On ALEX Flytacjo, who bought Torn tho county, good men only must bo Hurley's house In Rowland for the chosen. small sum of $120, sold It the following RADS NOMINATE. day to Higglns Kelloy for 8100. I If you want , i, The BEST DISC DRILL OR DSC HARROW ccrth call on 13. K. "Wcaren & Son, who will also sell yon Buggies, Carriages and lioad Wagons as low as the lowest. - . - Sale. TRIKULA-T10NSTHE- Y B. K. WEAREN & SOV. Furniture, Carpets. Wall Paper, MA TTINC prl-pric- com-nloto- lv e8 W. W. WITHERS. STANFORD. Is'un-nolle- y. MrP Scfioof Book. yet-tord- lay-ou- t. t al -- jgi I pir-Wlth SCHOOL TABLETS W. B. MoROBERTS. poor-hou- se Paste Tii: In Your Hat. 1 11101-- Hus-tonvill- c, Our Sehool Shoes m A Nice Oil Cloth Book Satchel m SEVERANCE & SONS. or-irn- n, sis-to- r, w&ssfmmmssam & litis-nellvill- o. Higgins McKinney, n, court-hous- r, Superior Disc drain Drills on Trial Pretty Home For Sale. A GREAT MISTAKE Ru-he- ! ls --- II. mo-.- nt The Almighty Dollar. MUCH BETTER WORK Haas' Good Goods; Not Trash, hi Remedy m m Ly-tl- e, n, Prevents Your Hogs from Dying, PENNY'S DRUG STORE. (1 to-da- y, to-da- y t U l gl . THE 1NTERI0RJ0URNAL I3.bllBlioirMooia3-- o -- AT- aairrldarfl will be charged. PKKYKAH IN AUVANCK yd j- - When not mi..il.i"ata.SO IT? ft-T- tlMM ti.,. 21 25 9 llSl TIME Mi. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. i.roStinCr,l at 7 lt)n in. and 4 1. returning at 4. 23 p " and 9. ft! p. ni KNOXVILLE DIVISION. No. No. M Train going North " S'tli " Tor allll'olnts. ,...12 37 p to .... 3 13 n m ....12 0 pin .... 1 27 p m Tiino'ioii TicKirrs soul HAC.UAIIB CHKCKED TIll.OUUH. Tor any Information enquire of JOE S. MCE, Agent, Stanford, Ky. QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains pass Junction City as follows: i 02 p in No. liSouth .... 11 57 a m No. 2 North 3 46am 1 S" 1&9 ii am 5 and t5 do not run Sundays, 9 ami 10 Note-N- os. po no further South than Junction City, uetlher do.they run Sundays. " " ..ll "''.:.8 20 pm "10 21 1 iii GOO FRANKFORT P.M. A.M. J.00 AMD CHCIN1ATI Arl2 55 1131 Lt 9 35 C30 P. M. RV. A. M VIA GEOltOhTOWN. 2 35 Lvc. Somerset, Arr Csircetown. ' Fjankiort, 605 720 5 10 315 450 jet. vuy. 820 1153 300 6 30 C30 8 40 Arr Paris Dally except Sunday tVD.DEUCAW.O.P .A. Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and dellclou. pnL KkiH POWDER Absolutely Puro FOtAl HKINO rooOtH CO., St YORK. jr. t. sutton; TInrlprtnlrflr. - Htntonville. Kentucky o. of Oflvr, hu servic t the and Caey counties Full stock hand. is . I'nrtmiitpr. l.tiiner. w tothnsaud wt Lincoln 'J I CANDY KITCHEN. tlio people with Fresh Candy of nmny varieties ami superior excelIt lency every l:iy. 1 am making mo myself a call. uud guarantee satisfaction. Give J. A. STEPHENSON, Stanford. I can now Mipnly Mason Hotel MRS ;U. D. .SIMPSON, Pror.. Lancaster, : Kentucky, I Newly furnished; clean .beds; splendfd Porters Everything table 89 trams, m.jct firwt.c-lns- DR. W. B. PEWIT'S', BeutiSt, : Stanford, : Ky OlSceon I.aucaster street at Residence A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, Stanford, Ky. Office over McRoberts' Pro Store In the Owsley Duildiug. MQMOMM0MOMM rn THE POPULAR o ji&ioMa MOIMMOMQINI ilhlUMAiUt yOM INIMIQ AjM mmomAiJNioini oiMOIMVXnlMIO OM MOWOtM mm MOIMOlOlMlP MM mo O.l'.A., J. ni.VKK MS K. II. Jl.V.A., IMOMMMOlNl JIKEI). Chlcuso. 1IACON, INIM Imlsvlllc. OM M MO(MO(MM0M(3) (Moimoio tfiMMWM.i.iAi. ,,- Wm. Glvens held his GO feeding cattle at 3.72. I .taw her uK)ii nearer view, Louisville nartv for 70c. I have 100 high grade Southdown Grubbs, of the Bible Col- A Milrll, m1 a woman, too! Elder I. B. ewes for sale. J. E. Bruce. a former pastor of thu Her lioiiMiliolil motions light mid fiuu. par- lege, Lexington, E. T. Ponce bought of various Christian church here, will be present And Mep-- i of virgin liberty nieut AND OKGANS. A counteimiiee In ulilch did calves at $12 to 815. ties Sept. 12th to ordain the three elders Address for Terms, Vc F. P. Bishop bought of various par. and six deacons lately chosen by the Sweet record-.- , proinUet its .Meot! Decker Urns'. Pianos, Haines Pros', Pianos A creature not too bright or good, load of hogs at a to 3Jc. tics a car Ellington i'liu.as, church. For human iinturo'i dally food! GTJS. H0FMA.N1T, Propriotor, W. II. Underwood sold to Eubanks I. II. lliildwln Pianos. Ac . City has been so quiet since For transient Junction xltmile illu. Fischer Pianos. Bros, a bunch of stock hogs at 3c. there was scarcely any I'raUe, blunie, love, ei. tear and miiIKh. Crab Orchard, Ky 32 Estey Organs Hamilton Organ nnd other to Dr. J. it went dry that Dr. J. K. VanArsdalo sold Makes. need of a marshal, so the otllco which And now I see with eye serene. B. Owsley a family horse for $100. See my Oood and Uet Mv Prices lleforo you $40 per was paying Mori Scarles W. T. WHITE. Crab Orchaid 10 jpiy. J. C. Johnson, of Boyle, bought In month, was taken for $15 by our bar Tho very iitiNo of the machine; broatli. A betng, breathing thoughtful Hubble section a lot of hogs at 3c. Mlllln-erthe Stock of A cnrefullv. A.U. Lamiam. ber, Newt Craig. Bicyclers without The reason llrjn, the temperate will. Jou.v. Casilcman. embracing Everything Fsually Carried. Powell & Harper bought In Casey Endurance, foresight, strength and skill; take notice. lanterns well located and rent reasonacounty fonr nice cotton mules at from MISS M. S. LOU AN. ble. Terms easy. The Rev. Taylor, of Georgetown, will A porfect unman, nobly planned, " S2G to 840. llustonvllle, Ky . It cot begin n scries of meetings at the Bap- To Mam, to comfort and command. Democrat says U. L. The Cynthiana tist church beginning Sunday night, And yet a spirit still and bright Talbott's 40 lambs averaged 112 pounds 15th. This church, together with oth- With something of an angel light. Ky., INSURANCE COMPANY Wordsworth. and brought 41c. ers, has kept up a Wednesday night lias for Sale Jesse Walter shipped to Dr. Joseph cottage praver meeting since the Meth OF LIVERPOOL. SoinelhiiHj to kuvn. black mare he Price Saturday, the line GOLDDUST odist revival here In the spring. lt imyl worth KmiftlioOR to know that the the tired out nernuslUloe for sold some months ago. AlThe trustees of the Junction City icry a heiltliy vigor Is Klectrle Hitlers. For Ixitb Saddle and Harness Purposes vous and George McRoberts sold to graded school have had Thomas Cosby This aystom to is purely lajtetshlfl situ ly Jtlvltiu John so BERBEE & GESTLEHEH. iiiedlclue none Burke Bros, for George Cogar 2,(00 to dig a nice 10x12 cistern on the top of tone to tlm tlie Hierceutres Ij the stouurli, itenlly Jersey and Cattle, Poland China s luiuUti's nd kldesnd ld MANAdUKS, It the Mowl Klec- In bushels of wheat at 75c. Hogs, Southdown Sheep. school-hous- e hill and to line It with trlc llllters imprutes Impurities !iiie, anis uixpiunn me Maupln the Dr. G. W. Bronaugh sold to who have tried vd cement, so that the Junction City andisirunou l.l.Mwlby thoc smt nprrit tn.!(- it s Choice Individuals of lest stralm. Call or Commerce IBuilding, Louisville. LmI iu.Hfl.ir Trv II... write vour want. & Bales, of Madison, 50 feeders averpleasure of ll tun. for 30c and ler bottle at W II. .NiM school boy can not have tho A)euts Throujhout tbe ontb. store. 1,200 pounds at 3.60. driiit aging a 'going for water." Burrell Ellis, one Bred Poultry. Griag Bros.' Pure J. H. Baughman & Co. have bought of Hustonvllle's young men, and formThe Grumlett Htnmly. Poultry Yard. lloyle Co. of John B. Foster and Dr. Hugh Reld Va , Mr merchant, of erly a mall wagon driver, has taken certifiesItthat tlrwve, consumption, Oillliowlr, up In A word to the farmer?. If you make money In Ical Agrnt, ulvvu 7Gc. he had ai their crops of wheat at this barber shop next to Shelby & Shel- die, fought all medical treatment that money csmlil and day and time you must W.cp up with the lliiirs They mature earlier with 90 bushels of the keen thoisiiigliiirisls. Kentucky. H. T. Bush has about remedies he tried Stanford, by's livery stable at Junction City and procure,no all courIi many nljliti could hearInof, a pmnt Ol more man i"i " a "; IuImk' but got no mix In J7tf nice, big, white, rye seed for sale; will accommodate all customers In the chair, was rt'lleP, spenttry Pr Klug'a New PUsir. ol our sards W .mil that l there can Is;wkiill lIlflilAl Induced tn ... .... ..III. . 11 ery and was cure.1 by the use of two Uittlcs. For lireetls. n ruhiit i mi,' ir made 20 bushels to the acre. past three tirs h ilsvn attending to limbics ami 11. 11. lUsl Pit am. Imp. 1,,,l"',;! l3 future. Vm I)r Kins' New Pisoorery Is the Kriidi-- i In Montgomery county George C. uris.ir s.eiriinsir.1 ... " ' Rev. Ira Boswell came down from nys INillsh uisiuijc wiiiiuni"i . lenusiyeTer mine, as White 70 exand Carroll Hamilton have sold .. nd Crab Orchard Sunday to till his ap- - New also for others la his cumuiuoity Pr. Kind's lleiltap. Inisiilisl ' tl.W Plsonery Ismuranttssl for Itlack Mlnorra, port cattle for August delivery at 4c. polntment, leaving for awhile a good rsibsiiiiiptlon. It d.m't fill. Trialoniih, tolds -and SllterU.s-- Wjandotte, Si.l ' Iwtties fits- at JI.W sold to J. C. John-soG. Brent Burnett W. II. McKoliertsMruj store liarnst I'l)iuouth ltsk, alDEALEIt IN In which nine have All liressis score hiwib w cattle to, meeting there, of Boyle, 22 l'ro.,Juuclloii City. Ky. the Christian ready been added to CllAHl HUOS., Mrs. Fannie Cosby, living near Fredbe fed corn up till October loth, at 4c. church, and much Interest has been ericks Hall, Va.. aged 97 and the oldS. D. Got! bought of Ab Hall, of A WOUD TO aroused. At his morning service, Mrs. est woman In that State, has bought Powell county, 37 picked feeding cattle Mr. Payne came Into the herself a cotlln and had It beautifully OWNERS. Winches- Wren and for October delivery at church by letter and Misses Dena trimmed. She Is in good health but ter Democrat. Are vou Insureu If not, whv not as yours of the Presbyterian, ami Maha-le- y thinks she will die within a month. iif dwellings and barns good Fou Sale. 200 barrels nice, white by baptism, which took Crabtree, A Negro who had attempted rape on corn on Pennington farm, near Crab place at the pool nt 5 l M. Sunday. a voung ladv near Franklin, Ga., while Orchard. $1.75 per barrel. J. B. OwsHigh-Grad- e Miss Delia Glvens returned Wednes- being chased by several men, broke a Fertilizers and Coal. ley, Stanford. day from a visit to her brother, Dr. leg. He then cut his throat rather Olllce on as Kcpresented Tom Yeager Is now with John Dllle-hathu Jackson Glvens, of Pittsburg. James pursuing par- Fverv ear. Involving you loss i.f 111IIII.su- - of Goods Warrantedopposite IS more s Slure t escat.K Main Street, should Tip Bruce having shipped his G. Denny, of Lexington, Is visiting his than be lynched, and the c.i.ect dollars'. Why Mauford Keutuckj from year to year string home on account of lameness sister, Miss Belle Denny. Mr. and ty found him dead. OF CIIKONIC and other troubles. A HEMAUKAlU.KrillE J L TOTTEN Ssi.csM.s May Bxira Your Proporty Mrs. Bernard and sons, of Covington, J. T. Highland and R. R. Whltsltt and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Davis, of Rising 21 Within a vear. within a month, within TIlOltOKillllUEtl have sold to Joo C. Turley 123 export Sun, Intl., are the guests of James CalIn Ifi2, when I served my country as a hours Win should you cximim- the acculOTtli I'eiiiisylviiiilu ! lirtvuto In Coinpanv A. of' venrs of holiest toll to bssb September delivery at 4 cts. cattle, mulation vert and sister. Miss Annie Trlbble Is Voltintiurs. I contracted chronic itlnrrliom nslncle tire, which can destroy It In an Mt. Sterling Sentinel. The most Soliciting n sb.irc of our imtr.iigc the guest of tho Misses Berg, of Buf- It hasglven me n great deal of trouble ever Uesns-t(ulof all bretds, F P. Bishop bought of Coulter & falo, N. Y. Miss Bertha Grubbs Is vis- since. I have tried a dozen dlHereiit ineill-i- ut hour SjflaLmLaDlal wltb-oHttnlu tbe great-i- t Spears, of the West End, 29 yearling iting Miss Ira Woods, of Jessamine lies and svicrnl prominent Not long ago a any liermHiient relief. weight, fiitttn JESSE D. WEAHE1T, cattle at 3c and of various parties a lot countv. Mrs. James Estes and Hon. friend sent me a sample Nittle of OIiuihIht-liiln'es! ut hii nge ltemiily Colic. I'holera and Dlarrhii'a Stanford. Kv tittMte&Khl&rL read. fjr Df butcher stuir at 2c. McDowell Fogle and wife, of Middle-bur- and nfti'r that I liouglit and took it iWclxit-tl- General Agent. I'Ik Ul t til l m.w a ird brisl Commissioner or Agriculture .Mooro now I can sv that I am entirely and and of iithersi x i.i t nk u were with Mi's. James Shannon cured. I lx' tliankfnl enougli to you call not prts.pt iJiiswired & says mat KeniucKy s wneat yieiu nin the past few days; Mrs. Shannon and fur this great Kemedt and recommend It to J. I!, i: H. J. KcSOBSSTS, Stazfcri. excel an average of 12 bushels to the daughter, Miss Minnie Lee, will leave all suffering veterans. If In doubt, write IN Yours gr.itefulh. lleury Stisliiln'rger. year. acre, against G A' Thursday for the home of Mrs. Shan- me. the I have .et)iil a sh"i at tbe forks i.f report of tho Ken- non's father near Mlddleburg. Win. Allentown, Fa. &W bvl'Mlg According to the Corn tnul liny. the Uiilroad Hustons lib- and Mile pikes near nar Kn Cholera and tucky commissioner of agriculture the Hayos and family, of Danville, will ocChamtKT'aln's folic. Order tbHw and Mr F. lleld's and am pimri'd to dn al htrist, CiomIuk', Iiemwly nltiays affords prompt lellef. kinds of wheat crop shows an improvement of cupy a portion of Mrs. Polly Coovort's - ICentt-iclcy-. For sale bv C'nilg.V: 300 per cent, over last year. liUxW Blacksmithing and Woodwoik, house till he can get possession of his OmI Yard. Mill street, lalMy J sjatlsfailloa RiiaunUssl. , J. C. Johnson, of Boyle, sold to J. E. protwrty here, which John Collier now It Is always grutlfi Ing to receiiu testimoAt the loisest prices and In the t manner Colic. Choleni and Lynn yesterday a lot of feeders at 32c. rents. and nials for ChamlM'rlal'u's when the endorse-jneI tfiiuruntce all my work. will tnke m. Miss Mabel Wright Dlitrrlui'ii ltemedy mid ! John Spoonamore sold to E. P. Woods nephews, Clarence and Earnest ColTey, kinds of country iiroduce. except for horse Is from a physician It U esjioclully so. Pleuneglte shiK'lng which Is 00 cents, cash Is no more satisfactory or effective a bunch of same at same price. left Monday for Montlcello to visit Mrs. "There t'lmnilH-rlaln'me a sliaru of your hitronupe. Colic. Cholera i The Lawrenceburg fair will be held Frank Colfey, Miss Wright's sister. reined v than Kemedv." writes Dr. It. E. Crab Orchard now has the finest tonxirlnl C. II. MAYI pami-l and Illiirrlui'ti In thecantry In Aug. 17 and the three following days, Miss May ChrUman, of Stoubenville, is . HoIkiv. plivslclan ami pharmacist, or uiuoy, artist handli's the scUxirs ami ue.V ti.e ItJuiedy In bis Ill.AKf.MOln;. t who VI.i'nVhe has style. Call on lilm when you In exiK-rHVIVV, WO ICaril JXOIU U UUlUJIUlUCIHUlJ rlgh .,,,, f,imiy mid sold It In bis drug store for rawir a clean idiaveor stylish haircut visiting her sister, Mrs. Jas. GEORGE 11. want f wnich we are Indebted to the should certalnlv know. For . Messrs. William ,i,wl Thomas Lawwlll lv Craig .t Mocker. .Stanford. agemeni. week for Maysville to sale bv J. C. Hays sold to Mitchell & Stout, will leave this there. E. L. Grubbs Hucklin't .Iriu'ca Stihe. of Fayette. 27 yearling steers at $15 and visit relatives Institute atj tiiu iumi iiva Ii. iIim wi.rlil fir rut... lirnNoss attending the teachers' a lot of heifers at 89.50. James ubers.salt rheum, feier sore, tettt-r- chap- TIN SID SHEET IBM WORKS, week. Mrs. John Hop- sores,nanus, riiui.iaius, Ky. a.ni uu p.m cim.ii. Box Iksi hlrj. fliihut.llidiir ha inv r.llllrt4l. 111. sold to same party a lot of same at Stanford this kins, of Danville, Is spending this RiuraJtecd totilve rfect aatlsiailliin or uiuuer re. ICY., same price. Hasli.tdlS yenrs' practice twforo all tho mother, Mrs. Nancy Ter- Inlliltsl. rrirl J.1 eenis jier iu.. rot saie j . Dcpa imeuta In Washington City There was not a hoof of cattle on the week at her Llnnletta Springs. MclUiberts, Pnicglst. proprietor of Dean's lllack IUi;.ond IUol . Paint? Kstlnutw jurnl.lie.1 for palntliu m yesterday and little or no trad- ry's, and at market Al Satisfaction metal and Iron TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. with Iran's lllatk Iila.iiond I Paint Co. ing was done In horses or mules. A big MERCHANTS' CUT RATES TO Cistern uiiija Ilioiuo (Juliilue rahlels. All warranle.1 for rears. Healer In Take Laxstlte crowd was present and spent the day refund the money if It fills to Cure. For and(ialranl.sl Iron niters. UalTanl.tsUnd YORK. Prulsts IJ Mellolierts, Crd(T A Mocker, and (r. NEW OF STANFOItl), KY. '" by W Iron Kuonnuof all kinds. talking politics. Asso- I., l'enuv, Prugglsts, Stanford, Ky. On account of the Merchants' $200,000 00 m Paid up Capital, The Paris Milling Company has 17,603 SO Surplus, about 75,000 bushels of wheat ciation of New York, the Chesapeake Sloan's Liniment cures cramp or colic mid bought The & Ohio has arranged a round trip rate all aches and pilu. W. II. McKobviti baa It. All isTsom dcslrlne Uust for nlank feiite. nt an average price of 05 cents. m lly proTltlous of it charter, drollors are a .. , following basis: Mer can iiu.i w ralllnc or wire areileisnltors In utluual Ilauki, lowest price paid was 5o, and the high- of U fares on the Sloan's Liniment Is the great f.unlly rem- 11 and my store ntsir Csslar Creek, on tl pike fully protee'ed asbeiiii; held linlisltlually liable to want at chants going to New York to buy goods, edy. It iunetrates so oulckly. Sold by W. leadlnK from Crab OreU.nl, to V"'"' "fc? its ilureholilers est 70 cents. Nowe. of tbe aiuotiiit of their stiKk therelu at Al tlieexlent Uth, 10th H. McUobert- -. Siunfoni. keep on hand a supply of plank In. Joe Patchen won three straight heats starting on August 7th. bth, l.ulldli. "" the par tilue tliens.r, InItaddition tu tlieauiouiit ad kinUoflnuilwr shari-smay act as executor. Inclusive, will purdealrlntr auy article ol sesttsl In such All lrvms at Columbus In 2:04, and the 27th to 31st nilnlttiator, truilee, Ac .asfutly as an Individual "kink" out of an.l shlnsli. cull on mo at my IIIIU Illcvclo ilderS take the ofl of Star Pointer and ob- their jiiiiii back Altli Slum's Llnlmont. For ilils kind can : 'le tillering our thanksto tli.w rho haToenlruat-is- l U. W. INOLETON. 2:01$ and 2:0S. Patchen's record Is now chase a regular one fare ticket to us, we trust they will continue their liuslnt-sa receipt from selling agent. This salu by W. II. Mcltoberts. a todoso, and weoller as a ituaraiilio for pruiiiptat His tain the same as John R. Gentry's. triitiuii to same our 2U) ears' vxivrlentv la (iuk. receipt when signed by the secretary aics & Low rates Queen cc Crescent Itoute. Kami asllis-rahalf was the fastest on record, 1:00. (til sound balikiUK. says that Dudley Tria- of the Merchants' Association in Now Low rate tickets from Q. ..V C. points The Register ... Proprietors. martTOKS. to ble sold to Weihl 124 export cattle at York City, will entitle the holder days.i for the following meetings: J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; any time within 30 W. II Cummins, Pieachetsrlllp, Grand Castle Knights of tho Golden LIVERY.FEED& SALE.STABLE He. They averaged 1,500 pounds and fare, returning J. II. Owsley, J S Owsley, Sr, S. II Shauks, competent judges pronounce them the Stopovers will be allowed at Balti- Kagle, Morehead, Ky., August IMS. William (i.K'h, Ky. .. J. F.mlry, direcJ F. Cash, In Knights of Fytlvhis, (colored), Colbest lot of cattle sold there this season. more and Philadelphia & either Is A. W. ciriiviiter J, i:. I.rnn, Turnouts, prompt attention, rery tho umbus. O., August Ohio J. N. Meuefce. l. reasonable rates A lrtlou of your patronnxels At Newport Saturday C. B. Reld's tion. The Chesapeake orricms. IS and Central m m second; W. P. Glvens' only line from Lexington resiwctfully sollcittM Balk Line ran S. II. Shanks. PresMent, Everv Farmer and Stcx'k - HaNer should through service to New J. II. Owsley, Cashier, Three Bars won his race and R. II. Kentucky with keep SaKin's Liniment on hand for an emerW, M llrirflu, Teller Bronaugh's Kitty B. and The Navy York without change. For sleeping gency. Ask your neighbor and lie will tell Sold l.V W, II. Mcltolierts. or ran 5th and 0th in their respective car space or any Information, write W. you why. NATIONAL BANK call on agents of C. & O., or George races. The, August crop ropoits of the Or- - Barney, til v. pass, agt., Lexington, Ky. OF STANFOIID, KY. adgo Judd Farmer show an unusually August 1, the EXCURSION TO OLD POINT COMFOK dw average for corn. Surplus 515,750. Capital Stcck 5100,000. FORT. average was SG.4, against S3.4 on July of the public Is railed , fie fact that Attention 1. Only In 1S91 has the average been On Wednesday, August 11th, the this Is the only National Hank In Maiiforil. Uu tier the prosislous ot the National Hank Act In recent years. will sell lower Chesapeake & Ohio railway depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, of sheep, over 1,500, excursion tickets to Old Point Comfort Seven but by tho stockholders' liability lor an amount ONE CENT A MILE tsiual tn the stock, so that deiiosliors of this Instltu. .were shipped from Glasgow Thursday. Va., and return for $11, good returning tiou s.re seemed by n fund ol iXO.Ouo. Fire aworn statements ot tlio condition ol the Hank are made will be alThe Times says the highest prices paid until August 2tl. each year to the United States Wotermiicut and its FOUR ROUTE," nssets are examined at staled times by i;ueriiuieut for them were 4c for choice lambs, lowed at any station on return trip. : agents, thus securing additional and perfect aalet. ACCOl'NT and 21c for Sleeping car raUes will be $3.50 per 2c for down to lodeiiosltors. This Institution originally established as the old sheep down to 15c for the lowest. Co., 31st double birth, which may bo occupied then reolgaulzed as lt.mk of Stanford In the National Hank ofStanluid In Isfi3 audugalu The Harrodsburg Democrat reports by two persons. Special rates of $2.50 1BOC5. KOUNDliD reorgaulzisl as t tie First National Hank of Stanford sales of 500 Cumberland River ewes ut per day at the Chamberlain and In IssJ, has had practically on uninterrupted exist $14 to $27, a encf fur SO years. It is Itelter supplied now will. TO AUC. $2.75, some mule colts at hotels. For further Information (acUltles for traiisjulng business promptly and before in its long and liniiorable car load of lambs at 4c; 200 Washing- and sleeplng'car reservation, call on or Tickets 011 ale August 21, 22 and 211. car ist. Arcoiims of Individuals, nduciarles, tirms STANKOUD, KY. county cattle at 3Jc to 4o; 50 stock write to Geo. W. Barney, dlv. pass, Good returning, leaving Huu"ulo fioin Auton and Individuals solldttsl. gust 21 to 31, Inclusive, with a privilege of I1IHECTORS. oves at $2.00 per head and 50 wethers agt., Lexington, Ky. extension to September 20 on deposit of J, W. llayden, Stanford F. Iteld, Lincoln Co.; at 2fo per pound. be ticket with Joint Agent at lluHalo, August S. II. Ilaugbiuali, " In a fight at Jackson, this State, S. T. Harris, " 2U and 27, Inclusive. stored 20,000 ' T. P. Mill, Myers & Ryley have J. S. Mocker, " Frnsler and several others For tickets and full Information call on " K. L. Tanuer, McKlnner. W. A. Trlbble, bushels of wheat for farmers In their tween Buck and Harlan Brown on the any ticket agent of the Hlg Pour Koute, or J.ll.Colller.Crnb Orch'd; M. J. Miller, Mt.Vcruon. They have on one side warehouse at Pluckard. M, I). Elmore, Mauford. STANFORD, KY. address bought 5,000 bushels at from (50 to 70 other the latter was shot to death. orrtCBKS, WAUUKNJ. LYNCH, E O.McCOHMICK, s probably cents. Mr. Ryley thinks that T. S. Mocker, President; J. J. MclloberU, Cashier or pain In your chest ute Passenger TratBc Mgr , Ass. (ien. Pass. & Tkt. Agt. All kinds of repairing dore at resvmsble rstes For sore throat 5,000 bushels of wheat Is stored on farms A. A. McKInuey, Aulstauldsliler. bifia:tlon guaraneed CINCINNATI, OHIO. UpUolstering a ieclaUy. Sold by W. II. Mcltobertj, Woodford Sun. Sloan's Liniment in that neighborhood. M-od- . sue was u jiiiiiiiiiini ui huhui. The Presbyterian S. S. will attend Wlu.u ,lrnl sllL. Ruined upon my sight; L. Porter E. 1'. Woods bought of U. the Boylo County Union S. S. Conven J A iovly uip:irltluii. sent a lot of feeders at 3lc . tlon at Parksvlllc, Saturday, Uth, In. To bo n moment's ornament, Three well bred boars for sale. It. two, two-hors-e Her eyes n- stan of twlllplit fulr; wagons. ll. Crow, Shelby City. .o, ti..iiinti anlil his wheat to I.IUo twlllclit, tiHi.'lier dinky hnlr, r? Woods & Lynn bought ol U. u. Lrtv-en- s P.,n en,,., of Danville, for GOo, John 't all thlii eNo about licr ilrawu. A duncliitr -- liapo. mi linnet! f,y a lot of hogs nt 3c. Puilfinn. tn snino nartv., for G7c, while , v and wiiylny. A. C. Robinson bought of J. E. Ly nn and sold to a To haunt, to .turtle k. .- FARM AND TRADE, Rhplbv Citv. J -- -l THE l'EIM'KCT WOMAN. I . ..,....,.. The Winter Of Your Discontent- 1m nsroTioiE. Wm iiiiiii.ln. Coiniiiltteo of Silencer Hub t. ble, I'lalutlir. vs. Spencer Hubble, IK fen-den- Ltncom Circuit Court Past. To Enjoy tho Summer go to CRAB ORCHARD , it.rltiiil..iit Siwitii-i.- r Hubble, on the 17th dav nf Noi'inlKr, 1MMI. nru notllled lo produce tbolr debts and claims properly verllleii at reoiilred bv law to molii my olllce at Stanford, ICv.. "on the 21st day of August. ls!7 lt. (.'. WAKUEN. Com'r Lin. Clr Ct Pursuant loan order of tho above Court at tho June term. PU7, nil petrous having vnlld debts and claims existing against the Notice d SPRVCS. PIANOS Miri-ow- M-.- FOR m well-select- sale:. v, Store-roo- 10-- F.REID, Stanford, lt IIORSSt Short-Hor- n tliru-uKot- ! - 1 lllue-Ura- ss VT. A. THIBBIiU, 11. ) .... 11 l'' J. B. HIGGINS, Farm Wagons, Pleasure Vehicles, u, two-year-o- ld m iii 3c Mc-Gra- FllOPERTY Thou-sim- Are Destroyed by Agricultural Implements, y, Fire or Lightning m wfc - DUROC HOGS ! pru-Ill- U -l l diK-tor- - it g, e, lat lliK-ke- NOEL DEALERS Ii-e.- SON, sr.''i ..r;llj MuU-dg- f yui-tioii- si CORL, Dlnr-rlni- 'ii HiK-ke- Stanford; ll't !. thei-rMno- 11 ln-"- nt NOTICE 1 f .iJ-i- 1 I M'KINNEY. i- - Pension & Claim Agent, 44, Stanford, V Hos-kln- , STANFORD, n-.- m f. U-s- t Farmers Bank&Trnst -- m pur--- s, . I a Crt-ek- . s SHELBY SHELBY, l JunctlonlClty, First-Clas- s m FIRE INSURANCE 1 FALL IIMI FIRST BUFFALO Insurance 'BIG Caledonian FMBNIX OF BROOKLYN. T Company, Insurance car-loa- Stop-over- s cull-lamb- s, G. Hy-ge- 0. la R. Encampment, 23 28. Annual of Scotland. Is-i- R.B.MAHONY.Agt., m H.D.PHILLIPS, Gun and Look Smith Vina ttM fat 'm - ,1 nin