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Sho was a lino talker and In gr. rz.. every way very attractive and tho men Till: TKAIMIKUS ADJOt'llN A1TKH folks didn't let her get lonesome. In TIIKI'KOUHAM AND PASS- fact, they would call and forgot to go Of Nice GrxxN ns wull as Fine Material. INli k'ksoixtions. homo till next morning. Among her of tho Touchers' Tho closing session Don't, full to see our line of admirers was Jasper Kowsey, who was Itirttttuto Friday morning tho tunuh-or- s Postmaster John V. limit says that himself a handsome fellow in fact tho authored uround tho organ and Dr. Steolu Hailoy Ih of tho opinion that eight Kowsey brothers were above Fine Glothing Prices tho UoV. to uiinir - nmi aiiiirmirlntO (OIllTrt. ..,.,..,.- retrospect, or as ho expresses It, average in good looks. Ono day Ji ""r or borip - u,.oot .. ,,,, .mlIls Grlnstond rend a few versos Will Please. b1L, ()1(, u, Kowsey was on tho top of a knob turo ana leu in prayer. oFu h was become now. Is what suits tho majority overlooking Milledgoville, a half mile NVgllgee Shirts. Kino Line SHOE?. Full diseased hy l'rof. Hroujrh who has ()f "Uncle Martin" Unwell, of away and seeing a man by the name of line of mastered tho url, and ooiiioU hovorai Mlllcdgeville, hunt mo word to oomo Hughes going to this woman's houtei new words during tho iiiftltuto. l'rof. out and see tlio gun that Danlol Hoono mistook him for another rival who had Cherry gave tho institute a vury fine started to Kentucky with May 1, 1TIU. threatened his life and taking alm,Ja- -' and showed tho from thi valleys of tho South Vadkln. lecture on geography per lired at that long range, tho ball nice maps etc., for pri- "I intended to get John Ulain, when lie teachers Prompt Attention Given tr Mall Oiclcrs. striking a half dollar in Hughes' pockmary work. After recess tho touchers was county clerk, to put botnothlng in et, which saved his life. This mistake all sang ''Most Ho Tho Tlo Tliat tho papers about my collection of rel- of Kowsey caused everything that fol. work ics," said Mr. Tlion miscellaneous Hinds." Ituseoll, "but I put It off the following too long and poor John has gone from lowed caused tho people was attended to and afraid of the Kowsoys. Jasper was J. L. Fkohman ifc Co., Danville, Ky teachers were appointed presidents or earth." In front of Mr. KuscU'h res- hunted in the woods for .somo months, mntilstorlal districts: Stanford, idence stands an old mill, to digress a a their reward of $100 was offered later, Jas-- , Miss Annie McKlnney, Crab Orchard, moment, where years ago tho per in the meantime having gone to ff JAMES P. HAILEY, M. K. late lamented if Mrs. Joo White: Hustonville, excellent gentleman, ' Bradfordsviile, where a fellow named The nominee for county judge, is one rrewltf, Wnynosburg, John Ware. Mr. Horace Withers, served as tho llrst Jeff slipped up behind him one day, of the most popular, capable and honAfter tho resolutions wore read l'rof. after its erection. Daulel knocked him senseless, tied him hand orable men In the county. He has nov-- ( Send Her to Stanford College. Cherry brought out some nice appara- Hoone's gun was bought by Mr. Russell and foot while In that condition and er known defeat when pitted against for teaching drawing and made a from William Wrecks, one of Hoone's lodged him tus It lia- full Courtis of Study In all departments. It h:m trnlnml m.ii o,nH....n.wi in jail at Stanford. Kow-- ( tho common enemy, and there isnoono few good remarks on tho subject of men, near Campbollsvllle, in 1817. The soy, I all needful facilities for the training am told, wanted a trial at once, that the republicans can put up now, er. It litis fur flu. unlftiri. n.wl fn..i(.. thorough. .........1 of tglrN In all grades. It was ...... .. .. ? ettulilMif'n IwnmanBhip. Ho then took up Math- barrel alone measures four root one i mu . iviiiviui:ui ...iiiiuiu uiiu Lincoln ,j.".......; i.iiu .11-mil... jiisiuuu 01 u.HM.iiing wieir t mnuenco county. i.ei an othout it was put off by the prosecution a who can beat him. His llrst introduc"." ' some ex- inch and with the length of iy patroiilzlnjr ematics and gave the teachers the stock time or two, and the 'night arrived tion to public life was in 18WJ, when he er schools, rallynround the College and give It their united and hearty support. Next Session ojiens Sept. 0th. Tor full Information call on .Mrs. Saulley at tho collece or cellent hints on this subject, nhowlng added it Is as tall as Harvey Holm or finally when a mob took him from the bested E. B. Caldwell. Sr., who was write for catalogue. WM. SHEIfOX. IMiesiukt. for making mensuration French Tipton. On a certain Kentucky apparatus jail and hung him to a tree in Buffalo then In the zenith of his popularity nnd plain to a class. Tho Institute gath- tree, history says was Inscribed these Cemetery. From tho several old men thought to be Invincible, for sheriff. ered around tho organ and sang the words, "2,.'J00 deer skins lost ruination, I have talked to about this hanging He filled the office most acceptably for Doxology. after which Itov. Sauford by God." Capt. Hoono, who used this and who know all about the case, I one term and then was deputy for Col. M. Logan dismissed with prayer. gun and had killed a large number of have formed the opinion that Jasper Napier. He was killed during the We tho members of tho committee tho deer mentioned above, found out Kowsey was more sinned against than term and Mr. Bailey filled it out by apbeg to submit the following resolutions that his party were loo heavily loaded sinning. Ho had not killed anybody, pointment. Seventeen years ago his Daring Ike Tcnne.nee Centennial and International Expoiition at A'fli-villto tho Institute. and at a point on Green Hlver they though ho had been in a few shooting friends prevailed on him to run for cir to built a skin house and stored away Tenn , a low rate special tariff has been ettablUhed or the sale of 1. That wo ox lire.-- , the ticket from Cincinnati and other terminal points on the Queen it Crescent sincere appre- above number. Returning some '.lino scrajies and showed on every such oc- - cuit clerk and he was chosen the parProf. T. C. Cherry our ty's standard bearer over W. U. Milcuslon that ho was us bravo as a lion-aRoute. ciation and gratitude for tho strong, after, the party ascertained that the ler and Tim W. Higgins. Tho repubtlio Kowsoys were. Tickets are on sale daily until further notice to Chattanooga at $4.55 one manner In Indians- - had destroyed aud carried away forcible and The bunging of Jasper bv this mob licans made no nomination, either then way or fl.90 round trip from Junction dig, the round trip tickets being which ho has conducted tho institute their 2,.'I00 doer skins and a member of made tho oilier seven brothers desper- or at tho following election, when he good seren days to return; oilier tickets, with longer return limit, at 87.30 and that we commend him as a bright, his party put tho nbovo laconic inscripate. Up to that time they were quiet, had no opposition within or without and at SUM for the round trip. educator, who is tion on a tree. Tho gun is a daisy lookactive and thorough peaceable citizens, as was their father, the party. In fact ho lias never had These rates enable the public to visit Xathville and other Southern points every question zealously alive to ing one yet and "Undo Martin" says Jordan Kowsey. Let mo repeat that any i opublican opposition, tho leaders at rates never before offered. Vestibuled traini of the finest class are at the the common school. to he has tried to miss targets and game none of them ever killed anybody, lam knowing that It was useless to put up a disposal of the passenger, affording a mot pleasant trip, and enabling one 2. That wo extend to Miss Hlaln our with It, but couldn't. In addition to reliably informed, though they wound- man against him. He has filled the of givto visit the very interesting scenery and important thanks for the courteous attention in and gun, lie lias an the grease ed some men over once In awhile. Six fice with signal ability for 17 years and Wo com- lamp about Chattanooga, Iwkont Mountain and Chickamanya National Milien us during the Institute got from the same fellow of them died with their boots on. that he made a record hard to beat for faithfultary Park. Tickets to Nashville to visit the Centennial can be purchased mend her administration its one bene- ho did the gnu. It has u hook on it Cage Kowsey was killed at Junction ness to duty and correctness In his at Chattanooga foai'iAQ round trip. Ask your ticket agent for ticket via schools of tho county. ficial to tho showing that it could lo hung up on City by Frank Ellis:Smith Kowsey was work. the Q. it C. Jioutc South or write to a. Tho thanks of tho teachers are any bush or give light under any Mr. Bailey was born In this county (JO killed on Isaac Shelby's farm, near tendered to Dr. Win. Sholtou for tho and Is quite a curiosity. This Shelby by Blue Kennet's men, years ago, though he does not look JAMES HOY, Agl. Junction City, or gratuitous use of tho College chajwl lamp, he thinks, must bo 12." years old "home City, IV. C. JUNE ARSON, G. P. A. Cincinnati guards," who thought he was nearly so old, and comes from a familvi ministers and no one who sees it will doubt tho and also to him, and other protecting the notorious Bill Wilson; of sterling worth. He married Miss who assisted In carrying out our pro- assertion. Smith fought the whole regiment, till Clara Bledsoe and they have three chilMr. Kussoll also has the gun that his gram. That our thanks are duo and a bullet laid him low; Tom Kowsey was dren, all a'bout grown. In all tho walks Absalom Kussoll, whom are hereby tendered to Mr. and Mrs. grand-fatheshot down while returning from Sun- of lifo ho has proven that he is a man T. M. Goodknlght for the hospitality ho says Messrs. D. W. Vandoveer .and day school In Mllledgevlllo in company of affairs and he will make an ideal extended to the teachers and, for the W. P. Tato will remember, fought with with his sister, somo of tho Bridgewa-te- r judge, for it is written that the man in the revolutionary war. assistance given. gang doing tho bloody work; Arch isn't living who can beat him. 4. That wo heartily thauk Mr. W. P. "Uncle Martin" lias a plate that has Kowsoy was killed In Hustonville by Walton ror tho Inlet est ho has shown been in his family 115 years; a counterLiberty. II ivlng considered thoquestlon from ulmo-.- every standpoint, we have decided to oxtended pane made by his mother 7ft years ago; Sam Williams, Clay Powell, James Mc In and tlio courtesies ho has adopt tho Cormack and others; Cam Kowsoy was I3. V. Napier, of Louisville, is heie. Inviting us to visit his grand father's dog irons made in to tho teachers by killed over a woman by Bill Grosham V. C. Adams is In Russell county on the printing office of tho 1. J. and In 1315; tho "springs" of tho llrst pleas- and John Kohl In Milledgcvlllc. Thus business (?) presumably. E. O. Stono, of tho gratuitous uso of his onora house ure vehicle over seen tn this section, a six brothers are beneath the sod, vic- Jamestown, was In Liberty on the 11th. Thursday evening and wo further 'glgi" as it was called and which was tims of foul murder In somo Instances. James Belden and family, of Lcbanoo, thank tho members of tho orchestra owned by Col. Lackey, tho father of Of tho two men who killed Cam are visiting the family of Judge Bolder1. Beginning July 1. 1807, helloving that It will he more satisfactory to both buyer and seller. and all who aided In tho carrying out Hon. G. A. Lackey. This vehicle, Mr. Kowsey, only ono is living, Gresham Circuit court closed Wednesday at No bad debts will accumulate, consequently wo can sell goods cheaper. It will take much this occasion. of the program on Kussoll says, would get up as much ex- being afterwards killed by Kold over a noon. Tho grund jury returned 107 in less capital, our expenses will be less and there Is every reason why tho cash system will ft. That wo roallzo more and more citement at any time as a circus parade prove satisfactory. Wo ask game of cards, and Gresham died on dictments against If you adthe evil doors of the vantage, we will not kick onlyvour you to try It awhile and wim ai.ilAnd It Is not to your ..... fully the responsibility of our calling along any thoroughfare In those days. on v. ..... buvlnc from tnmvliant n m.ii tho identical sjM)t where lie had holod county. The case of Samuel Woodram Ho also has tho identical wagon owned and that wo will strive to do more lsfled we can sell you goods from 10 to 25 p r cent, choaper than tho credit men aud till vs the C. & Iv. S. railroad for So.OOO should certainly be an Inducement to you. work In our schools and endeav- by Tom linker, who M years ago, with to kill Cam. Very truly, Tho father of the Kowsoys went damages wont for tho defendant. The or to ralso the standard of popular ed- four horses hitched to It, hauled pro- crazy over the hanging of Jasper. The suit of Ethel Grlder et al, vs. the ucation. estate duce from this section to Louisville for other two sons, who are living, are of T. V. Wash, deceased was decided 0. That wo deplore tho reduction of tlio jHJople and merchants scattered now residents of Missouri; Jasiwr for the defendants. school funds and respectfully urge tho round over tho country, when trains general assembly to look well into tho were unknown, nnd who also hauled In Kowsey, who was hung here, loft throe Died August 10th at her home In Libdisbursement of school money and to tills wagon salt to all parts of the coun- children, two girls and a boy, tho lat- erty Miss Dollie Belle Cowdon, daughtake stops to correct any errors or try from tho then famous Goose Crock ter now a wealthy citizen of Eureka, ter of George Ii. and Eliza Cowden, In Nevada, am', tho picture of him and his the 18th year of her life. For six frauds that may have been committed; Salt Works. months VK secure bettor pay for and further, to He lias a set cf carpenter's tools oft Interesting family that I saw the other or more it had been evident to her ' day, sho.vs him to bo a very handsome friends that teachers and longer terms of school years old: a sot of the disease which killed ifi tools V. work. owned by Jordan Kussoll SO years ago; and Intelligent looking gentleman. The her brother about IS months ngo had W "r l,rx'lMm'd to ,oro wl'ent at a les price than ,ou can store It your- A. II. Hangh, Mrs. M.J. Cochran, J. deor skins from those killed in his park history of tho daring Kowsoys would taken hold upon her and about two 'Ml elf. Cnll nnd see lis and wo IpJ! , W. Acton, Helen L. Thurmond, K. L. by soldiers away back in tlio bloody till volumes. mouths ago she was obliged to confine In connection with thorn I will stato herself to Grubbs. days or tlio war; a clock owned by his her room. From then her mmmmm years ago; a Poland An- that old "Uncle Martin" Kusaell is a decline was rapid and for several days Dr John 1). father Who but our old friend, cousin of theirs, and as tho feeling was Woods, of tho Howling Green Courier, gus lildo that looks as old as tho hills; strong again&t tho Kowsoys. it was con- before it occurred, her death seemed imminent. Tho deceased was a mema mill stone that was used In a mill in could have written this highly apprecluded by ii fow men to put Mr. Kus- ber of tho Christian church Stanford, near tho bridge on the hero and ciated but undeserved paragraph? pike, owned by Thomas Helm, soll out of tho way. His house was vis- was secretary of the Sunday school nnd Tho INTKKIOK JOUKNAt. has jllst ited and shot Into one day in his abended a very Interesting and forcible 80 years ago: a petrified hornet's nest sence, his daughter being slightly only resigned her place when sho was 7ft years old; buttons put on his unable to go to the church. about No ouo controversy with tho Courier-Journwounded. When tho same tiurtles. live ili hitter's apostasy, Inconsisten- father's coat by a tailor III years ago; a In number, visited his house next day had more friends nor more truly deover tho looking glass 10 years old; a lot of the served thorn than Dolllo Cowden. And cy and disloyalty to the democratic to kill him, they got fooled, as lie had party. It was not expected that in llrst papers over printed in Danville; a several friends ready to help and three no one could be more sadly missed than or pyrotechnic rhapsody gold tooth pick ftl years old; a brass of the live wore shot down as they ap- sho is. Death so sad under any circum103 years of ago; two pairs of stances seems doubly sad when it that the gallant knight of Lincoln kettle proached liis residence and opened lire. touches tho young and happy. But her Harry, of tho pants made from llax ho bought at Tho surpass llght-horswould other two were only too glad to family aud friends have tho consolation Goddess, but In Mrs. Kato Carpenter's sale ftO years havo an of the houso opportunity to beat a hasty re- to know that no ono could bo better Headed by U. S. TflODEL, T)0. 38,353. cogency of reasoning, directness of ago, and so on indefinitely. treat. Every bit of tlio past lias been prepared for tho Inevitable ordeal. It Son of Klever's Model, No. 29,710, tho greatest breeding hog living, and HUNDLEY'S It will pay any individual, like Dr. tlio galthrusts and effective assault, 12,691, son Champion, Claude. No. 11,007. Fine, Hailoy, for Instance, who likes to "root cured by time, in tho way of bad feel- Is said that tho choicest (lowers are OLAUDE, No.boars ready of the World'sA Columbian gilts old enough for servicu. few show toppy young to breed, and bred sows lant Walton more than sustained him- up specialty, for sale. Tills stock Is strictly old paths," to visit "Undo Martin" ing, however, aud so far as I could as- soonest gathered. And surely there a In overv rusnoct. with .!,.t,.,io. self. Armed with consistency, fidelity certain tlio past deeds of allj parties grew no rarer llower in ull the gardens jiedigrees. Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Write your wants or come uud Kussoll and hear him o.xpatiato upon see my nogs. and right, ho has met, with distinhis relics, all of which ho appreciates concerned havo been forgiven. Thus of God. A fow fresh Jersey Cows for salo. They aro good ones. A1..0 Mammoth Pekin Duck guished credit to himself, tho most A. E. HUNDLEV, Uox 105, Danville, Ky, Eggs. 81 for 13. very highly and about which lie talks tho curtain falls upon a family who Col. Craddoek thus corrects a typoopponent on tho American wore different from any.other over in graphical blunder and adds a complipress. All honor to tho plumed knight entertainingly. I have often asked what was the Lincoln, and possibly in Kentucky six ment: We wero trying to ."!. .JA.MJAHMVa make the of Lincoln, who has honestly won his iianiiainiMUflK!sKiKtfluaKiki cause of tho bad feeling against tho brothers who at different Intervals died point Wednesday that tho way to draw in debate with tho greatest of spurs Kowsoys, In years agone, and wlillo 1 with their boots on. Let charity bo support to a paper was to do as Walton American editors. was In tho Mlllogovillo section I found over the veil of tlio nilstyand checker- has done with the Stanford Jouuxal, What Dobs This Mean? Tho a man who was conversant with tho ed past and lot it bo understood that by making a good one, but the typo BY facts. As a child, somo years ago, I while tho Rowsoys wore not exemplary made "growl" out of "good" thus reGlasgow News says: asked why Jasper Kowsey, tlio only men, they wore not as bad by a long versing our Idea. Old man Walton, of tho btanroru Jouhnal, has the sympathy of white man over hung In Lincoln, was shot as they have always boon repreTo tho buttlo-lield62. tho entire press or tho Stato in the taken from tho jail here and hung In sented to bo by those not conversant Grand low rate excursion. round trip. with the facts in the case. Junction Stanford. what is now Buffalo Cemetery. o loss of his lino property at to Joe F. Wateus. City and Chattanooga, Lookout Mountho Inteuiou Joun-NAhe had killed seven or eight Chickamauga battlefields via tain It is thought that building as well as Walton's Op- men," I was told. This is a mistake. Dr. II. C. Kehoo, of Flomlngsburg, tho Queen & Crescent Route, Saturday, August 21st. Good to return August era House are upon tho ground for None of tlio Rowsoys ever killed any- und Miss Jessie Summers, of Eliza-vill- 2."lrd. Good on all regular trains on Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, in a body. Tho bad fooling was engenderwhich three Glasgow men will figured in a sensation at Cincin- dates named. See small hand-bill- s for Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. However, short time bring suit. gold mlno ho ed against them aud their bad nauio nati. They had registered at a hotel full particulars of this, the greatest exn as Armstrong and wife aud were in tho cursion of the season. Beautiful ectn-cr- y a regular Klondike has obtained in this wise: A dashing wo Room Oppo.'ite Court-Hou- se Square, Stanford, Ky en route. Historic grounds und untho Inteuiou Jouknal aud can easilyo man from a Northern Stato dropped in- samo room. enough to buy another Gov. Bradley has named Sept. 0 as surpassed views at Chattanooga. W. make money to Mllledgovill,o and purchased a resi labor day. HPH C. Rlncarson, gen'l. pass. agt. building. GONM-- : SIX IIUOTHKItS WHO 1)1151) WITH THKIU HOOTS ON A FAMOUS O UN-MItKMCS FKOM "." TO 12." YHAItS OLD. ANY A Pine Display at er That STETSON HATS! ito-beco- mo 00-od- d Where to Send My Girl to School ? - book-kcejK- ir ( , ( -- ....,!.. f Queen qmnm. e, ii ll Inst-uetl- ve per-tiani- battle-groun- r, A Word To You. t THE CASH SYSTEM, FARRIS & HARDIN, nt shoo-maker- 's WHEAT. -- '? i0-od- d 1 Will Either Buy or Store litis-tonvll- lo J. H. BAUCHMAN & CO. al I 1 I word-paintin- g o Hi griLacust Herd Reg. Pol and Cfiinas. flrst-cla- ss Star-Eye- d I laKH UDDGKCAKinG s. "Bo-caus- L Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. J. C. M'CLARY. ffifil e, of-ilc- w V. & 4i f' i M ' 'unmmtmwmr,K-fytt.tt?;i- W St rr ? 15 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. POLITICS The boltocrats and rads have fused on a county ticket In Hardin. A. B. News Briefly Told The town of Walton suffered heavily from a tiro. Peter Monahan, aged 71 years, was hanged at Baltimore for wife murder. Alex Franklyn, of Pnducah, broke his arm while whipping his sou. JmncsT. Fisher, a farmer, living near Mlddlesboro, committed suicide by hanging. Innblooilv nice fight In Arkansas, three men were killed and another fa mily wounded. Another building and lo.m associa tion at Louisville has gone under, tho Mechanics' National. At LavIniu.To.w, a drunken man who was attempting to kill his wife, was shot to death by his son. A nugget said to bo worth 812,000, the largest ever known, was found in tho new gold Held In Trinity county, Cal. Marshal Day shot and killed A. Short atMoreJand when ho pointed n Winchester at him when he went to arrest him foo wife beating. Charles W. Clifford, who killed his wife and himself at Chicago, was a member of the famous Greeley expe dition to the North Pole. Charles Madison, a brother of Lillian Madison, who was murdered by Clu- verlus, committed suicide on a C. x O. train, without assigning any cause. In Sevier county, Tenn., 10 young society d women whipped a vouth and rode him on a rail. He talk ed too much with his mouth about long-tongue- r i ! ' 1 if I IL. f R j K i m w I 1 Kill i! us Hf R! Si 1 I Ml Congressman Ky.. August 17. 1897 dead In his room at North Adams, Mass. Charles W. Logan, of Boyd, has been appointed assistant mine InspecW. P. WALTON. tor. The Virginia democratic convention "When Gov. Briidley is sure ho is endorsed U. S. Senator Daniel for rev right ho litis the cournpc to po ahead, election. An inves Cols. J. W. Cuporton and E. II. no matter who i? involved. Lexington Inwino asj- - Gaither have been nptiointcd delegates tigation of the lum management showed Vhat the in- to the National Road Parliament at terests of tho institution demanded the Nushvllle Sept. K. J. Hamilton, of Winchester, was removal of tho superintendent, Dr. W. F. Scott, and although he is n brother- - elected chairman of the republican Gov. Bradley promptly remov Stato campaign committee. State headhim and Dr. Ithorer, llrst assistant, quarters will be opened at tho Victoed who has been working at cross purpos- ria hotel, Louisville. es with Scott. We congratulate the F. V. LOGAN, of Pulaski, has been governor on his action and hope the appointed Special branAy deputy unm..n ho tmts in charcc of tho institu der Yerkes nnd E. S. Hclburn, of Bell, tion will think only of the proper care Division Deputy to succeed W. J. Can-diof the unfortunates under them. Dr. McCluro U. S. Senator J. Z. George, of MissRhorer and Corespondent worn nrrnsted on warrants sworn out issippi, died Saturday. He had been a by Scott, charging them with the lar- member of the Scnato since 1881 and ceny of a receipt for n nowspuier his present term would not have expir"write up" to the extent of 830, but the ed till 1801). case was dismissed after being heard When Judge W. F. Hall was Inaugby a magistrate. urated judge of this district, there Gn being notified of his dismissal, were 47 murder eases on the docket, Dr. Scott prepared an "interview," now thero are only two. This speaks which if there was no other proof of volumes for him and his prosecuting his incapacity to properly conduct an attorney, the Hon. Henry L. Howard. From all we eleemosynary institution would be su inMlddlesboro News. dent to establish it. His abuse of and can learn Judge Hall Is an excellent slurs at tho governor and his potty man who deserves endorsement. Mingy at other people show that he is a Capt. Win. Herndon told the Richvery small ideaed person. Fortunately mond Register that he Is a candidate no decent paper would publish all his for circuit judge and that paper adds: rot, to ho says he will resort to the By the time Judge Mike Saulloy, who poster route of getting his side before Is the democratic candidate for the the public. Gov. Bradley has made same office, and one of the ablest juno mistake in firing him. The mistakes rists in tho Suite, rolls his jugernaut he made were in his appointment and over him in November, there won't be not dismissing him sooner, when he enough left of him to fill even a 2x4 found out how incompetent ho was. gauger's place. The governor has appointed Dr. E. The Frankfort Capital, rep., thus M. "Wiley, of Harrodsburg, a National sums up the hippodrome: The features of Col. of the convention were the utter ignordemocrat, and a brother-in-laE. H. Gaither, to be superintendent ing of the cause of sound money, both and Dr. John Long, of Louisville, as- in the speeches and the platform, and sistant. Tho latter married a daugh- the repudiation of the civil service ter of Col. R. M. Kelley, editor of the plank of the last republican National Louisville Commercial. Dr. Wiley es- platform. In short, the convention was pecially is a good doctor and clever dominated by a lot of cowardly gentleman, but whether ho is the man who care nothing for party for the place or not remains to be seen. principles and who merely tried to make a platform that would lose as few Not succeeding In demurring the votes as jiossible. They wanted to inbribery cases against Hunter, Franks sult Gov. Bradley but had not the courand himself out of the court, and age to slight hlra without similarly seeing that the case must bo tried on alighting the president, whom they Its merits, the Hon. John Henry Wil- would be delighted to boot-licson is making a bold bluff. He says that ho will bo able to show that in- A PROCEEDING. stead of being in a conspiracy to bribe, he and his Indicted partners are the COUNTY JUDGE UETHUKUM THREATENS TO KILL, EDITOR MAItET. victims of the most damnable conspiracy ever known, and Intimates that Mt. Vernon, Aug. 10. For some Gov. Bradley, Blackburn, Phil Thomp- timo past articles have appeared In the son, Jr., and others are at tho bottom Mt. Vernon Signal over tho signature of It and that he will have them sum- of prominent republicans, who are dismoned in the case. If the Hon. John satisfied with tho manner in which Henery thinks that crowd wont call their primary election was conducted his bluff, he Is a mighty poor judge of March 20th last. Smarting under tho men. Thoy are not only ready but strictures of one of these articles, anxious to tell all they know about the which was pretty severe on the county miserable, mcasloy and mean business officials, County Judge Bethurum, in at Frankfort last Winter. company with County Clerk Miller, of tho Angel Still called at the Signal otfico Thursday "Some Little Left," Is the title of a racing romance and after talking with Editor Maret, othby Mrs. John M. Clay, who owns tho Bethurum got wroth y nnd among er things told the editor P any more Ashland Stock Farm near Lexington, for which the publishers, Tho Robert articles or his name appeared in tho ClarK Company, of Louisville, have Signal he would kill him. Mr. Maret will put us under obligations. All tho is still here and says the Signal come out Thursday. characters arc real people and a charming love story is woven about tho InVICINITY NEWS. spiring Incidents of the raco and the of the training stable. Mrs. details Oscar Sullivan was drowned In the Clay shows a mastery of description of Cumberland river in Whitley county. the subjects she treats, which are only Joseph O'Donnell.a K. C. brakeman, equaled by her splendid raunagoment In paper fell from his train near Klnkead and of the farm she owns. Bound was unable to the book sells at 2oc and can bo had broke three ribs. He move and lay three hours before tho by addressing tho publishers. A vorv crew of another train discovered him. large sale Is assured. Two of tho Royaltys, Harrison RanThe tax nueatMiddlesboro has been dall and Frank Wilson were held in .200 fixed ut $1.70 per $100. This comes of each for burning tho barn of and shootletting a sixth class town run In the ing nt Thomas S. Kelton In Mercer. fourth class. Property owners thero The other ."jurrcslcd were discharged. Col. W. S. Miller, late of Lancaster, ought to get the Legislature to put It In the proper class so that taxation is one of the incorporators of a compacould be limited to a reasonable rate. ny to manufacture the Swatt's Patent It is an outrage to have a little town Telephone Switchboard. Itgrcatly relike that run on large city methods, duces tho work of operating an exchange. with big salaries to useless olllcia Is. Jane Thomas, a colored domestic, encarving gaged by J. S. Grimes, formerly of this The Louisville Dispatch is its way to fame almost by spell bounds. place, was shot to death in his resiAnother fellow, this tlmo In Bell coun- dence at Ellzabethtown by Ed Showty, has sued It for $10,000 libel and they ers, also colored. She ran from the say that Congressman Colson is prepar- kitchen and fell dead in Mr. Grimes' ing to do likewise. Some how or some house. Editor W. B. Hansford, of tho Somhow or other, newspapers rarely get thrown down In the courts and when erset Paragon, and G. W. Welsh, of they do thoy usually make ns much by Danville, are among the commissioners apointed by Gov. Bradley to the the advertisement as the suit costs. und International Exposition, to be held at Omaha, next The young scapegrace Liobke, who year. attempted to detain Miss Baylcss at Monroe Sanders attempted to outLouisville, was permitted to return to rage Miss Sarah Vanderpool In WhitSt. Louis, as sho would not appear ley county, but was scared oil by two tho girl's screams. against him. He issued a curd laying women who heardwhen tho women begHo was arrested, the whole business to his intoxication ged that he bo turned over to them so and acquitting Miss Bayless of all that they could cut his throat. blame. W. M. Miller, the chief witness against John Dugan, charged with the A primary election has been ordered murder of John C. Colson and who killed in the 2Sth judlciul district to nomi- Dugan claims boots onColson himself, Thursday night died with his nate candidates for circuit judge und at Cumberland Gap. He was trying to Judges force his way without paying into Commonwealth's attorney. and Denton, both of Somerset, Clark's circus, which recently showed Morrow in this county, and met his Waterloo. are the candidates. The showman was too quick for him anu " . olfc .... , ,. doml . ,IUIK's "I0 UUBt , ... ,. THE populistsoi unionominatou uen. Coxoy for governor. If ho gets the full nt laref but nl8 brother, W. C. Clark, ' was held as an accomplice. hobo vote he is dead in the race. 10-1in-la- Wright was found l. year than yon enn make on a trip to Aluskn. Head our prices; they do the talking, now and .Ian. 1st at UOc. At the Lebanon fair Friday the 2:2 Wo liave the bargains nml it must hu acknowledged hy all. puce and 2:20 trot wore won In straight boats by Spanish Boy and Annie Law-soThe running race was a walkover for the Lexington horse. Nod. Tit will buy 2 dozen best quality bono rol ar buttons, tMially sold at 10c dozen The Winchester Democrat notes 3c will buy 2 curds whito agate billion, 0 dozen on n card. sales of feeding cattle at to, 1.100 lbs. 3c will buy a good tooth brush, worth 13c. In weight. Bales bought 'M0 head of 3c will buy u good curling Iron, worth 10c. Brown and the Vunmetors, 1,(100 lbs. 3c will buy one box of mourning pin, worth 10c, average, at 4!c, to be delivered In Oc3c is tho price per yard if one of the t brands in yard wide, brown or blenched tober. cotton Judge Hughes bought f() Southdown 5c is the price per ynul of "Our lloixuty" shirting cotton, worth 7Jc anywhere. and Shropshire ewes from J. S. Robincounty son at about $:i..0. A Mercer farmer was offered 80 cents for his n. W. II. Murphy bought of various parties 42 stock hogs at tlie. Ed Martin sold to Lyon & Allen a bunch of same at same price. Statistician Nelll, of New Orleans, say tho outlook this year is for a cot ton crop of at least l),7."0,000 bales, con ceding a short crop in Texas. J. C. Eubanks A- Bro. bought of J. II. Baiighman & Co. 1,000 bushels of wheet to bo taken any timo between Is the "Kloiulyko" of Slnnfoid nml to trade with us will snvo you mure gold in n THE hoaistfille Store 5C 1 - BARGAINS. b-s- wheat Thursday, but declined, expect Many of our ing to realize more. farmers are holding for $l,and we think they will get it. Democtat. lOe BARGAINS. LANCASTER los-c- w pie-hunte- k. HIGH-HANDE- D s in this county by the (allThe building und loan associations ures of are estimated at 823.000 or more. Dr. W. S. Elkin, of Atlanta, is with relatives here. Miss Mary Miller Is attending tho Lawrenceburg fair. K K. KIrby is back from Texas for awhile. 23c will buy 5 yards of Tafletn ltustlo Lining. Bold nt 10c per yard. them. Nora L., J. W. Miller's pacer, won the cars Alonzo Bell fell between 23o will buy 5J yards of Laro Scrim, sold ntS per yard nnywhore uK first money, amounting to S300. at Fort 23c will buy I J yards o( tnble oil cloth, worth 23c per yard. while putting on a brake on the Wayne, Ind. She is ono of 'ho most branch and had both legs 23c is our price pur yard of all 40 nnd 30 width tuueln ribbon, n 40o nuality valuable animals the county has evor anywhere else. cutoff. He was taken to his home at produced. 23c will buy a niro India Percale .Shirt Wnist for ladies; reduced from 50c. Milldale. A contest will bo given at Grove The first stage coach robbery In the 23c will buy n nice corset cover. on Friday night, tho 27th. to j Yellowstone Park occurred Saturday. church 23c will buy one pair Indies' kid mitu, just the thing for nso in house work, Etc. a fund to buy pews for the church. Mr. and Mrs. Marion E. Taylor, of ralso 23c will buy 2 pair ladles' Iiom- -, jmt half their uttial price. It will be worth tho admisiion charged Louisville, were among the plundered 23c will buy mens' straw lint?, worth 60 and 73c lirt of season. enterprise should passengers. Tho robbers got about and such a laudable bo liberally patronized. :00. e boll The ringing of tho duel between Tho this (Monday morning at the owning Prince Henrv of Orleans and the Count and the convening of 30c will buy a Indies' tdlpcr tan or black. of Turin occurred Sunday morning, and of circuit court the grand jury created more consterna60c will buy the host Summer Corset, a f quality. was a desperate fight with swords. fire 60c will buy nil extra good pnrnsoi or timbre la. Prince Henry was seriously wounded, tion, with some classes thun the was slightly. alarm, or the funeral bell. 60c will buy ono pnir of our POo striped cotton pant for men. and may die. The count Saunders' Paris is wild with excitement over the Some thief drove to John stole four 60c will buy the best blue double front overall pants. barn on Friday night and 50c will buy 4 yanls bet bed ticking, worth 25c per yd. aljalr. sacks of wheat. Tho wagon tracks were ttayThcso aro real live bar;aiii8. All wc nsk is that you call and seo.lf&a followed and it Is believed that he MATRIMONIAL. knows tho thief. Ho is attempting to T. Campbell, aged fS, and Miss jente the wheat before an arrest Is John Luln Anderson, 13, were married nt made. A. UHHANSKV A CO , Paonurrotw. Free turnpikes and an advance in Fairvlew, III. T. D. KANKY, Mana.ikh. Frederick Sadlowsky. .'12, and Mrs. wheat brings good crowds to town. 31, will be married This appearance of prosperity Is not Caroline Rezlnsky, due to republican rule, but rather to at Ottenheim on the 19th. G. W. Hasty, 23, and Miss Hannah the work of raiders nnd the misfortunes Daugherty, 30, were married at Cof- of other people In having no crops to harvest. fey's school house yesterday. Miss Mary Welch, of Nicholasvllle, David Collet, of Garrard, and Miss of Crab Orchard, were is visiting Mrs. J. E. Stormes. M. F. Ella Hoskins, I have in stock yet some of the Elkln is nddlng members to the Macca-be- e married at the bride's home Friday. Tent every day. Mr. S. C. Dennyi When V. B. Green ordered Ell Bar ney not to visit his daughter, he teller of the National Bank, has gone promptly shot the old man dead at his to Detroit, Mich., to attend tho American Banker's Association. homo In Whitehead, Ala. an- of Collector Jacob A. Robinson, formerly of your Uoth in Indies' and Children's nnd the prices will be remarkably LOW. I would Yandall. a brother a guard at the Eddyvlllo peniten- county, who lately married Miss Maria now rather have what thoy coil th in to carry then over I'lemu seo tl o n whether dall, tiary, has sued T. A. Braswell, a rich Cook, has purchased tho beautiful you buy or not. young fellow, for 823,000 for alienating property on Danville Avenue, formerly owned by Mr. II. T. Noel, for 81.S00. his wife's affections. . a bachelor of 51, He got a bargain, as it Is worth much David Anderson, Ho and his and Mrs. Elizabeth Holt, a widow of more thun that amount. brother-in-law- , W. R. Cook, will culti20. both of the Wayne&burg section, vate the home farm on the Dunvillo court-hous- e by road. were married at the The lawn party given by the ladies Judge W. L. Dawon Friday. IS, and Miss Mabel of the Presbyterian church at Mrs. Henrv Tilford, John Gills on "Thursday night realized Coyle, both of Louisville, were mar about 803, which goes into the treasury led in JctTersonvillc. They had been of tho Mlto Society. Everything workplaymates all their lives, their parents ed together to make the uvening ono of the most brilliant events in tho hisliving on opposite bides of the street. Tho Lancaster band Mar tory of our town. tho lawn was beauti- The IIIOOKST 5c Tablet on the market. A sele ! Ilne-oJohn Beaver, aged 60, and Miss f irnlshed music, garet Lambert. 22, were married at fully lighted, tho ladles looked, If more beautiful than ever and the Mt. Savage, ind. They had never seen each other before they wore married refreshments wore delicious. The question, "Why don't the free and now each wishes that they hud try to organize a on tno auer- - silver republicans gold standard never met. A quarrel new party, like the noon of their wedding ended their hap- is often asked here. The anpinoss and divorce proceedings have swer is easy. They know that party Itox Paper and Tablets wltli KnveloK)st ni it4ih, In tho lnt'Ht Tints ami Design-.- . Get "tllis" on the latest stylo from otir line. hiiccoss depends on rigid party organibeen begun by the wife. zation. They agree on tho majority of issues and do not claim to bo greater FARM AND TRADE, than their party and this spirit of fidelity accounts for their victories In reWin. Anion has sold considerable cent elections. It is hoped that some of our democratic friends will follow seed wheat at SOc. W. P. Givens' 100 acres of wheat their example, and, with a united pur-twe are sure to win. leldcd 2.300 bushels. II. D. Harman, colored, Is before the Tho apple crop of tho country is but public again In a circular advertising little over half a yield. for a wife. He gives as his reason for Star Pointer reduced his pacing re doing so that ho wants his lust days to and heavin cord from 2:02 to 2:01 at Fort Eric, N. be his best, both he temporal could not says ho enly things, and Y. :o expect this with an unworthy better John B. Foster bought of J. E. Lynn half, who would always bo rebellious &s 38 feeders averaging 1,030 pounds at and subject to insurrections. He sayt. 10c 10c 10c 10c 10c 10c will buy 3 spools Hrooki' best fix cord thread, KUnrantucd ns good ns O. N. T. will buy a ladies' bolt, latest style, harness buckle, 1'Gc quality, will buy 7 papers of pins, worth 5c ench. will bin a ladies' bleached vest, worth 23c. will buy a good lisle thread in It for ladles. will buy a good ulted linen or Turkish bath towel, worth 23c nny whore. l('c will go n long ways nt our Hcmnaiit Counter, 10c will buy 3 boxes of Cabinet wire hair pins. 10c will buy a bo of Whltmoro's Ox Mood or Tun Shoe Polish. 25e BARGAINS. tl Camp-bellsvil- lc I I I court-hous- much-talked-- 50e BARGAINS. 1 1 THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Nicest Goods of the Season H. J. MoROBERTS. School BOoks a,nd Supplies. f AtCRAIGcS6 HOOKER'S.! ios-bibl- e, dem-ocratb- ty METAL ROOFING. VflWv y, FLOORING, SIDING. A.C.SINEJ CEILING, STANFORD, KY. FINISH. , Trans-MUsissip- pl I indeed, so that wo would "I want a W A TTiill snlil In A. W. nni'nnntnr never havewife grounds for jealous any 20 ye'urllng cattlo averaging 783 pounds and one of us could never at die. say other, sic transit gloria, and wont to 81 cents at Louisville thatto the forever avoid sic semper Wheat would Saturday, but 821 was as high as It got In Chlcugo. I propose to offer a series of critiA pair of extra lino mules sold at Col- cisms on social life, which should be last week to go to New remembered by the musses, who go umbia, Tenn., Orleans for $20. through life without any fixed rules Covington, Arnold fc Bro. bought and thereby render themselves unpojw several crops of wheat in Madison at ular and their acts distasteful to those 73c ut the thresher. who are more cultured. In tho first Tho Stock Farm nays that J. R. Far-rl- s place the common tattlers should be beMary has driven his headed. Thoy are not worth attention Eagan a mile in 2:2(1. and uro always worno than tho people Jones, of Pulaski, bought of of whom they talk. Tho habit of smok(Jcorga Fount and Clem Cooper 23 good cattle ing in tho presence of ladies should be Monticello News. at discussed. Irregular and indiscrimiDr. G. W. Bro.nuugh bought of var- nate calls at meal time to mako a con20 yearling cattle at 812.30. ious parties venience of tho host is a practice that They average 400 pounds. should bo abolished. B. G. Fox bought last week seven Ho cotton mules at from $40 to 8(10. The Record says that the Presbytewill feed them. Advocate. a rian church at Lancaster voted unaniC. Vanoy sold to E. P. Woods limu.li nf !).(l.imind cattle at 31 and mously to retain Rev. II. N. Foulconer borne hogs ut the same price. as pastor and adds: No ono hus given w. A. Herring oougnt in uocKcasuo more general satisfaction than has Rev. yearling steers nnd Laurel a hunch of nnd heifers at 2 to 3c and a few hogs Fuulconcr und all denominations nnd all classes will bo glad he is retained. at 3c. two-year-o- ld 3.(10. Farm and Yard Fence. THE Thoroughbred Duroc Jersey EED HOQS, . I My lirtsnlrrs we ro aoIecUsl from the bonis ol win unions urmi oi imiiic in verai siau-- i fplcmllil lot of 'l?of lltervnt kt fur .i!e. HreU Satisfaction t,'turnnU'cl. Corn's- ixiwsn tvt tally 01 lst a ioiiiltfiueulIcUrt. AdJrcs R. H. BRONAUOH, si, Orchard, Kjr. 3c -- c. RUPLEY, TBE MERCHANT TAILOR H. -- IsJ Receiving his- - FALL AND WINTER f GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call.1 - -- - . Tfr-f- 't' I ,. I IMW(I i on m x'iMi.jm.'.r ' ' W!"' . ' " i.it,.iM.M 'eJ Y 4? THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., Auoust 12. at 17, 1897 C. Walton, llL'siNias M.iN'.uir.it. I if 1 1 4 1 I'ltKSCUU'TiONSarv filled rit,'ht and ut rlulit prices at I'euny't) Dnij; Store. KU.T' N r i I E t tho explosion of a lamp. Loss estimacooler Mrs. G. B. Burnett has just ted at 82.3,000 to $110,000. Tub tax books are now ready nnd received the sad news of the death of The Telephone Exchange Is being .Mil, Thomas Dai. ton wont to Lonher only brother, Broaddus Cockrill, at you will pleaso come forward and settle don yesterday. his home near Irvlno of typhoid fever. at once. This is my last year and un- put in. President B. T. Conway was less your tuxes are pa'd you tuny expect here yesterday with Electrician II. A. D. .1. X i:viikun Is soiling trull trees Alhhioht Hotel will give special at- to see your property advertised. T. D. Barnes and inside of two weeks tho laIn Hell county. dles can talk with their neighbors A hoy arrived at Mr. and Mrs. W. U. tention to guests during the Brodhead Xewland, S. L. C. fair and a splendid dinner each day. without going to see them or dresstng 52? "'KTiRLBiiLwWI t H9'AUfmVJi II mJT Hill's Saturday afternoon. JAMES P. BAILEY NOMINATED. up. Miss Ai.ma Gann, of Somerset, is Horsus will be cared for. J. II. Albright. 21 Ybahs. John Dugan was given CONVENTIONS l'HIH.lMINAHY AND FIN the guest of the Misses I leek. Parks-vill- e that many years by the jury at AL UNANIMOUSLY CII0031S HIM Mlts. I'ktkk StuaUH wont to STOCK" water was getting distressingfor the murder of John C. von cocxty juixm:. Saturday to visit relatives. The Rest N nhvavt Imitated. Tho Superior ! the Gi nuliiu Pix- Drl'l Iln bcrn thorly scarce In the West End and some Colson, nfter being out 43 hours. His oughly testi'd nnd gives vtitWf.u'tlnn. All other DKe Drill-- , ate mi experlnunt nnd nn In11; Cox, of Danville, was Miss Mam are compiled to drive their cat- MAUISTHATHS AND COXSTAIILBS NOMIthe V lawyer asked at once for a new trial. fringement on the Superior. Suit him been entered Inhtij Ing. S. Court ugnlnst one comthe guest of Mrs. A. A. Mc Kinney. runners, Investigate K'fore pany for Infringement, tle for a mile or more to get it, till NATED. It was refused but they think that thev Die. A. S. l'ltioi: is buck from his rec- Sunday's nice rain. C0NVENTI0X.S & will have no trouble In reversing the Prof. T. M. reating tour and is down to business. was made chairman and James cane in the court of appeals. base ball team, color There Miss Mauy Sal'NDi:us wont up to Tun Stanford ed, played a game with the Harrods- - B. Gentry secretary of the magisterial were about f0 exceptions to tho judge's Mt. Vernon Sunday to visit relatives. Mlt. J. A. X i:VCOM !., of the Louis- burg team, here Thursday. The score district convention held at the court- rulings. house Saturday afternoon to name delville Commercial, was hero Saturday. stood It to 18 in favor of Stanford Chapi'kll Withdraws. -- The reegates to the convention Monday to publican ticket is acephalous. That is MHS. D. L. TuiMiu.it, of Lexington, Harrodsburg Sayings. nominate a candidate for county judge A. Chappell, the spent several days with relatives here. Paul Mr. It. S. Lytic, who was In and to nominate candidates for magis- to say that John judge, has quit. nomMHS. XaNNIKSaUKLKY went up to inee for county Wo Liberty Saturday, tells us that the peo trate and constable. Hon. II. C. Warasked a republican the wherefore and Crab Orchard In search of hualtb yes ple of that place have decided to have ren presented the names of the followterday. said: "Doubtless because he didn't a fair and that it will likely be held ing gentlemen, who were chosen dele- he We are making preparations for a big output of goods. When you hear our Mil, S. C. LACKP.Y is up from think he could be elected." Mr. Chapyou will then know we mean to sell the goods. Our aim in making these ungates without a dissenting voice: pell says that ho never wanted the on a visit to his father, Hon. about the middle of September. (J. A. Lackey. Messrs. Arch Green, Dink Farmer, J. nomination in the first place and that precedented prices la to reach out and furnish our adjoiding counties, which fact haa SS.a. In connection with the C, II. on account of his wife he can not make Hon. 11. It. Kino, of Lincoln, attend- A: D. tho Q. C. will run a low rate M.Alvurson, P. C. Underwood, Win. the race. It is said that he wants to always i roven itself where a customer favored us with a call. AVo are here for bns ed the Kaptlst Association hero. Som- excursion to Mackinac, Aug. 20. The Good', M. S. Baughman, James B. run for representative and will if iness, quick sales and small profits. ...... T ., -A t 1J i '..!.... erset Keortoi'. iiiiur, White can be pulled off. The commitv.viiii C trip Includes a delightful lake ride in f!.,. .. , .i. ji, juunuA , Pi.OHItXCltTAN.NT.lt, of Mclvln-ne- palatial steamers. Ask Q. &. C. agents Charles Dawes and W. Hun" Duddcrar. tee will be called together the latter Miss matter in The names of Messrs. D. W. Vande-vee- part of the week to take the mentioned sKjnt several days with Miss Xan-nl- e for particulars. hand again. J.T.Rose is Branch Store at Ilustonvillc, II. II. Camnitz, Manager. II. Haines nnd Willis C. Harnett for judge, but he refused the nominaVan Do veer. Johnson, Will were presented for magistrate, when tion last week. Judge W. L Dawson .! to Mu. and Mus. John A. Mellon-r.HTand baby, of Corbin, are visiting Hendricks and Win. Speaker helped Mr. Haines won easily. Capt. Speed Is also mentioned but surely he would tho Liberty base ball club do up tho Peyton, the present incumbent, hud no not have tho republican nomination af- y&gS&fcftlfi relatives here. ter trying for the democratic. Squire .SniHl'..l. S. ML'Hl'HY and Mr. W. Dunnvllle team at the former place opposition for constable and having A. G. Faulkner is also spoken of but fKI J to made a capital one, everybody was glad says ho doesn't want It. II. Murphy are at Crnb Orchard in Saturday afternoon by a score of 12. to vote for him. During the convensearch of health. aj Missus Likkii: and Maccik m TKt.iti'iioNi:- .- Dr. C. X. Thompsom tion Mr. Vnndoveor made u rattling 71 of Garrard, have been guests Of and C. G. Baker, were over from speech, urging tho election of good, honest men to mnnage the county's nf I louse and Lot at McKinnoy Mrs. A. T. Traylor. Klngsvllle yesterday getting subscripMils. P. W.Chash, of St. Louis, who tions to a telephone line from that fairs and "not such damnable trash ns House contains 0 rooms, hallway, neecs-- n BH was Miss Julia Peyton, is visiting town here and received much encour- have been in charge for tho past sev- rv outbuildings. AIkiuI 11 acres of land Everything In stock to supply your wants. .A eral years." He asked that his name Considered one. of tho he- -t locutions for n 'IT, friends In this section and is looking agement. homo ut MeKlnney. be withdrawn for magistrate, but he remarkably well. IIOWMAX SMITH. iKyon want to sjiend a day or two got several votes notwithstanding. k Miss MAHo.uurr Mason was over And Stationery at the Lowest Cash Prices. Lancaster yesterday to bring pleasantly without much expense go to The Crab Orchard meeting was prefrom the Brodhead fair which begins tomorfriends to the train. Twelve acres of land mile from KcKIn-- ii A' row und continues over Friday. There sided over by J. K Sutton and Dr. J. Mlt. H. T. M.VTTINUL.Y had one of followey; hits good hotl-- o of 5 rooms and good ore rings for almost everything and II. Pettus was secretary. Tho m his feet badly mashed while at work in ing delegates were appointed and In- outbuildings. For Information npplv to G. y DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. races galore each day. A. W.w.TKii. Klngsvllle, or WAimt, 51 the Lebanon Holler Mills. structed to vote for J. P. Bailey for Man ford, Kv. A' HI Mu. and Mus. William Koyston, Sl'AUKS from the traction engine of county judge: Dr. W. M. Doores, Dr. of Garrard, were here Friday to see Austin, of Garrard, set tiro to the barn J. D. Pettus, Will Estes, Wright Kel-leMr. George II. McKlnnoy. of Dr. J. B. Owsley at his father's J. It. Brooks, J. P. Chandler and MUS. Moi.LIK INGUAM, of F.rin, late homestead, nnd burned It with 600 J. E. Carson. W. D Wallen was If yon want- I will clTur at public priTenn., and Mrs. Cole, of Cincinati, are bushels of wheat, a thresher and two nominated for magistrate and T. K. vately beforehand) on sale (If not sold visiting Mr. Isaac Hamilton's family. drills etc. Loss 17.10 and no Insurance. Pettus for constable. 14. '97, Miss Anna With uusi'OON, of Judge W. E. Wright was made chairSOME smart youths amused themwho has been visiting Miss man of the Ilustonvillo convention nnd My farm situated two miles from Crab Orselves Saturday night by rolling tele- W. It. Williams was secretary. The chard on the Lancaster and t'rab Orchard Sarah Hacklcy, has returned home. on Dlx River, and containing Mu. and Mus. J. S. I tin: returned phone poles across the street and doing delegates were instructed for Bailey turnpike, Friday night from a delightful visit to other things that were not half so and arc as follows: Jerry Briscoe, J. ACRES OF GOOD LAND. Nashville, Tatham Springs and Cave "bright"' as they Imagined it was. A A. Glvens, T. J. Robinson, P. M.Ware, Said laud will bo mU1 h;i three tracts, City. as follows: fine nnd Imprisonment will be luioscd J. S. Goode, It. II. Crow, Tom Best, L. Mil, II. A. Sl'AHUOW, of Marion, If alxnit Tract No, the names of the youngsters arc B. Adams and Jesse P. RllTe. W. A. Land, which I, containing residence, Acres of a brick Includes tho spent several days with his daughter, found out. S rooms and U halls, '2 large ColToy was nominated for magistrate, and frame Xovlus, who is dangerously ill Mrs. Ed barns, good Ice bou-- e and other outbuildalso selB W. E. Will- Squlro John Bailey withdrawing. T. ings, good orchards, well watered; In fact a On ecrth call on B. K. "Wenrcn & Son, who will of typhoid fever. FootCct OFK.-- Mr. G. Nunnclley was nominated for con- desirable farm; .'10 acres In woodland; 35 In Road Wagons as yon Buggies, Carriages and Miss Mahhl Wkicjiit, of Lincoln, iam.-, who was at Eubanks Friday, cultivation and temalnderln grass. Tract No. 2 contains alxnit luo Acres, She brought tells us that Beeves Morgan, a bright stable. low as the lowest. is Islting in Wayne. Tho Wayncsburg district convention tract No. and has upon It a resiKrnest nnd Clarence Cotley with her. and clever young man of that place, ator4 rooms, a tenant liou-good dence of tempted to jump on a moving train, was held at Klngsvllle, W. L. McCarty chard, '10 acre-I- n cultivation, SO acres In Moutlccllo Xews. presided and W. P. Camden acted as grass and thu remainder In woodland. Mus. MkUSHON, who has been vis- when his foot slipped and was caught Tract No. U contains alnnit ."O Acres, aditing her daughter, Mrs. John W. Wal- under the wheels, mushing it so that secretary. Tho delegates as follows joining the other tracts, has upon It a burr were unlnstrueted: M. G. Reynolds, mill with water and steam piwer, 2 tenant ter, returned to f'orbln yesterday. MUs amputation was necessary. W. P. Camden, W. P. Reynolds. W. L. houses, granary, blacksmith sh p; alniut '.'00 Annie Walter went with her. Some time ago a Mr. Frccdmun de- McCarty, Georgo Leach, J. H. Cash acres of this land Is good Dlx Itlver ltottom. Said tracts of lann will bo otrered sepaMlt. AND MUS. JAMKS It. KOHINSOX, serted his family, leaving them at tho and W. P. Clytner. James T. Brown, rately and then as a whole. Mlddlosboro, came down Saturday St'. of Tkums. Sale will Ihj made on the followAsaph Hotel. Two of his little son of Squire Kit Brown, who held the d ing terms: cash: balance in to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. girls became greatly attached to Mr. olllce for so many years, was nomina- and 2 years, eipial Installments, bearing Inltoblnson, of tho Hubble vicinity. and Mrs. Mark Hardin and were loath ted for magistrate and W. F. Clymer terest pauiblo annually. LlTTI.i: JOSHl'HIXK IlAYDUN is Very Will lH"glad to how Mild tracts to any to leave them. Tho mother was taken for constable one desiring a home. proud of a nice new bicycle which her Table Linen Figures. W. T. It. WHITE, sick recently and the two begged to be The delegated convention met at 10 nnole Dr. Hawkins Drown, of Huston- t'rab Orchard, Ky. man fur- o'clock yesterday with a full attendsent here. A Me, presented her with last week. nished the transportation and thoy ar- ance. County Chairman .1. E. Carson MlbSHS Kath, Pattle and Sotlo and L. The Story is Easily Told. Under the Dingley rived Friday night. Their names tiro stated the object of the meeting and Master Kendrlck Alcorn, of Stanford, Florence and Melba, aged l and 10, took occasion to say that tho party was Mr. J are visiting their Table Linens will be 20 to 35 Per and they are very bright children. Mr. In better shape than for years and that S. Kendrick. Somerset and Mrs. J. 8 and Mrs. Ilurdin will keep them for a he thought we had the race already Cent. Higher. Reporter. won. F. M. Waro was mado perma- (If not sold privately before) I will at 12 time at least. Mu. Sam M. Holmi.s sticks mighty 9 nent chairman and .1. II. Brooks secre- o'clock m. oiler for sale on the premises, close to his farm. Ho had not been In Pi Hi:. Tho residence of J. P. Cover homo "I'orest Homo," ?J tary. Tho secretary then called the of tho late 11. S. tho beautiful country Is We olTer 20 pieces new patterns tlno Irish nnd German pods at lowest nl- Withers. Tho l'arm near Turnersvllle was burned shortly town since last fall till Friday, & of delegates and found most of them prices that l.Inens ever reached In this country. one milo from Stanford on tho Lanlive eight miles after .'J A. M. yesterday, together with list though he doesn't present, Wayncsburg's solid delega- caster plko and from town. most of its contents. It is the belief tion answering to thoir names. Nomir?t Mus. G. W. UIIOXAUCII went to Bur-gi- n that it was set on tiro. Wednesday 196 county judge being in oryesterday. The doctor got on to night it caught, but was extinguished, nations for M. Doores nominnted Jas. In a high state of cultivation, well watered der, Dr. W. H get her straight and the train ran olT when it was found that somo stulT had and fenced, rich audproducuve, well adaptto his ap- been saturated with coal oil to hasten P. Bailey, which was seconded. There ed to tho growth of grass, grain, tobacco with him, but In rosjonso being no other nominations, Col. J. P. and stock raising. A largo frame dwelling "jjj lOllircil UUIIIilSH at 25c, 30o, 35c urn. 50c. Half Munched Damask 25c. .'Wo peals the conductor stopped and let the blaze. Since then the family have Chandler moved that it be be made situated near tho road anil surrounded by Wpj 30c, 4k 5c. Meacli Damiihk ISc, fi5c. 75c, 00c, DSc. been on watch till It o'clock Sunday . forest and ornamental trees and about 40 hi in olT. AaJ rt nlv.ti...It Ul UIU iWHJHJ HH.UUH. fifPIl ftU isI tfL.lt ),Ut.-.l ..1.1... iU Jl KIIlS unanimous, which was done by a rising acres of woodlaud adjoining garden Wk regret very much to know that night, when they retired and shortly vote. 10c to 25c more on the yard. Crashes, Towels and aporchard on other, containing good and ftp Thi'so poods aro worth The chairman on motion owing to a misunderstanding with a afterwards the house was in tlamcs. dwellfruit, well arranged cich In Krent variety. pointed J. E. Carson and W. R. Wil- ing has 8 rooms, withand fenced. The pun-trhalls, iorches, shipper, tho Cincinnati Southern has The piano and some few articlon of liams a and cellars, all In a good state of recommittee to Inform Mr. Bui- seen lit to relieve Mr. Bowman Smith tu re only were saved. Tho loss Is $l,f00 ley of pair, well tho convention's action. Ho ap- comfort. finished work and every necessary Outbuildings are good servants' Blood from tho agency at McKlnnoy, which to !2,000, with 8S00 Insurance. peared and after thanking the people looms, barns, stables, cribs, buggy houses, ho has tilled so capably for Hi years. Ho hounds nt Somerset have been sent for and jxmd in 100 yards, of Lincoln for tho past expressions of granery. grass, stock lots well arranged mid fenced, is a splendid railroad man and will not and evory olTort will be made to catch confidence and trust, and the present cistern at thu door, wells, oiids and springs W'vi long bo permitted to remain lino. Mr tho incendlnries. convention for tho continued evidence and an abundance of water. property lor saio in Smith otlers his Will oiler 100 acres with all Improvements TliEHB were about as many Stanford of esteem, ho accepted tho nomination nhovo mentioned llrst, then iilwut 40 acres this issue. people at Crab Orchard Springs Satur- and promised his best efforts to elect In front of house and cut on bv toad, and 11BV. W. P. Ellis and wife, of Memalso tho entlro tract as descrilKd will bo day as were at homo and thoy with tho the entlro ticket und when elected to offered, retaining thu right to accept best to visit Miss phis, will arrive .,.,.. shanks and from four to sev nice crowd of visitors from other jxjlnts give tho people the best service of hid. u gave the place much of tho appearance which ho was eupablc. Ho said that Thu purchaser will get immediate jiosses-sloof farm: house, yard and garden Jan. en Wednesday afternoon she and All seemed to enjoy ho was for free turnpikes, that tho peo- uarv 1st, lslH. - of old time Mrs. Will Severanco will give arecoand themselves generally, and especially ple had spoken in unmistakable terms ' At tho same time crop, nlnco will sell live consisting of stock and Mock and tlon In their honor at tho hitter's home. NOT OXI.V tho good dinner Mr. Hermann spreud for them and would do so again in Noand every member of his church Each Twelve Good Feeding Cattle, a Lot of Yearfor them. The Stanford people who vember. He promised to see that Calves, are invited, us are ullthoir friends. Our have been staying at tho Springs are their will Is carried out as speedily as lings. Thoroughbred Jersoj Cows,about 20 to see tho lovepeople will be delighted Males, Sheep, Hogs and Horses, returning but others, including Col. T. possible und to give them an adminisly couple again. Stacks of Hay. y tration generally which he hoped P. Hill and wife, will go up to Tkums or Sai.k. I'or Mock and crop all spend some time. Among tho guests would be to his credit and the good of sums under $20 cash; over that amount a mouths time on notes with approved secuthere now are Judge and Mrs. M.J. tho county. rity. Tho land will bo sold for M. Doores was called on for Dr. W. Durham, Lexington; Hon. Nergo Clark, In equal School clock "So at Banks'. cash; tho remaining Bowling Green; Dr. W. I. Letcher, a speech and ho responded in a happy payments of 1 and 2 years, legal Interest, makes them fatten. A sure cure. Mixku Spices at Warren te Shanks'. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Harding, of Dan- effort, urging a loyal support to the notes to be dated from day of sale and lien laud until ulf notes are paid. retained on ville, Mrs. Shannon, of Texas, and ma- straight ticket. Tho convention then Tor further Information, npplv to MONEY. Wanted to loan 800 on V. ItEIf), Executor. ny others. adjourned in fine humor. real estate. Call at this olllce. to-da- y. PERSONALS. Hindi, i:v Is Nnw waist sets, links, dress plnB, TllK Candy Kitchen, J. A. Stephenstuds. Danks, tho Jeweler. son, proprietor, seems to have closed for repairs. AN elegant line of Full and Winter Whi:at Is still advancing. Store Hoods coming in dally. Call and see. your whont with us. Those who have Tin: last examination for white teach, II. C. Uuploy. . btorcd have gotten the bonetit of 10 to crs will be held here next Friday and Iiocsi: von 11i:nt. On Loyan Ave- 10 cents per bushel rise. J. II. Diiuirh-ma- n Saturday, 20 and 21, Miss Kate Blain fc Co. nsks us to announce nue, possession Sept. 1. J. K. Novlun, at the Roller Mill. It is getting alarmingly dry here, PiKB AT Jkllico. A fire Sunday but our Hustonvllle friends got a nice night destroyed 23 houses at .Tollico, a P. (J. IlltADY has moved hisnhoefhop rain Sunday. The signal service olTors majority of them 6iiloons and dives, to the ground Iloor between M. D. no hope in that line, but says it will be in one which tho lire originated from and W. H. Urady's stores. wlzes Wan-o- LUNCH flaskets and Boxes all & Shanks'. jHJiirl Mils. A. K. tj phold fever. very 111 with DltATIL -- Bar-bourvll- le far-m- - Good-knlg- ht HIGGINS M'KINNEY. Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, MATTING. prl-pric- Har-rodsbu- rg es t I it.j.vji y, W. W. r, WITHERS. STANFORD S 12.-Sl- dney m 1'ai.-Mltl- t, m Scfioof Book. 1 m SCHOOL TABLETS FOR RENT. Jse 4s-l- m y, Public Sale. Har-rwlsbur- g, Wednesday, Sept. ntBslK -- W. B. MoBOBERTS. 530 The Best Disc Drill lt-- OR DISC HARROW B. K. WEAR EN St 1 e, SON. -'- One-thir- 1 1 Table Linen Facts. 1 kind-hearte- d 40-- td grand-parent- s, Fine Farm for Sale. y 14, '97 Tuesday, Sept. m m hit-tint- ed Contains Acres, Come Let Us Save You Money. 1. m ys m Ice-hou- m SEVERANCE & SONS. m to-da- y Haas' Hog Remedy to-da- H0MENEWS, 1 Prevents Your Hogs from Dying, tIlut one-thi- rd two-thir- ds PENNY'S DRUG STORE. - v 7W'lii insso j r-- utaWMM "'V rjr; rf KijftyS HsStft-sr- 'Sy THE INTER10RJ0URNAL - When not o paid gg.SO 1U 1 charged. returning at No. 2 No. 2t$ No. 25 No. 23 KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. 4 p. m Trains leave Stanford at 7 10 a. m. and 4 -- '! "j,"'1 303 ,' Nnitli " !' m- - KNOXVILLE DIVISION. Train going North " " " " " " -- .. 12 37 pm 3 IS a m 12 01 p 111 I 27 l to KoralllPolnts. TIIUO'KSH TICKETS SOLO. UAKOAOE CHECKED THROUGH. For any Information enquire ol JOE S. niCE, Agent, Stauford, Ky. QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains paw Junction City as follows: 4 02 p m No. HSoulh .... 11 S7 a m No. 2 North 3 4tam " 4 " 11 21 pill No 3 " I SOP Ul " 6 " No5 "i .... 8 20pm "10 " 6 00 a Note-N- o,. 5 aud 6 do not run Sundays, 9 and 10 co no further South than Junction City, netlber Uo.they run Sundays. U2" 111 FRANKFORT P.M. 720 6 A. St. ANiTcNCINMATI P. RY. A. M VIA C.KOKUb TOWN. 235 605 2,00 3 15 4 50 11 55 I.Te. Somerset, " Jet. City. Arr'Jeorgetown, " Frauktort, Arl2M Lv " " 11 31 9 35 6 30 8"io 6 SO 300 5 30 10 8 40 Arr Paris Dally except Sunday BEBCAW (. p. A. s Royal make the food pure, wholesome and delicious. POWDER AMltBrPur novu. sakino powocs. eo., mw yoaic Hntonville. J. T. SXTTTOWT, Undertaker, - Kentucky 95 and Casey counties. ets alwayson hand. F : T Orrs his service to the people ot est Lincoln Kull stock ol Coffins and Cask D. S. Carpenter. Manager. Mason Hotel MRS.JU. D. SIMPSON, Pror . Iancaster, . i Kentucky. first-clas- s. Newly furnished; cleau beds; splendsd Porters Everything tabic. 89 trains. moot i n SR, w. b. PHTisnr. fc-- . Dentist, t Stauford, : Ky. 1 Office on Laucaster street at Residence . J i DisK.&K. The Leading Specialists of America 20 YEARS IN OHIO. 250,000 Cured. It WECURESTRICTURE Thousands of voune nnd middlo-nccmen aro troubled with this disease many unconsciously, lhey may tunc a 5 mart ini; sensation, tinaii, muting stream, Irirn cuttinsr nainsat time', idicht dis charge, dillieully in commencing, weak organs, emissions, mm mi mo finioins of nervous debility they hao bl'HlC-TURDon't 1st doctor exrcrluicnton you, by c ittlng, ftrctching, or tearing you. iliiiuill not euro ynu. ns it will reT turn. Our NEW MUlHOl) Til absorb tlio Mricturo tissue; hencorciaovcithofrtrleturo permanently. It can never return. No nain.no fuller ing, no dutention from business by our method. Thotcxuulrrgani' are strength' oncd. T'.ii ncrc4 r.ro invigorated, nnd tlio bll of manhood lcturns. EAT-MEX- a I .i I' I' I III 1 men nrn h.ivinff their fc.i:al vigor nnd vitality continually rapped ly this disease. They J frequently u.icontcieus of tlio causo ot thcio symptoms, (lencral Weakness, 1 tiintural Dipehargc. tail-ini- r .Manhood. Nervousness. Poor Mem ory, Irritability, at timj Smarting-Kenration, nunuen i.res, wiin uam circicr. Weak Rack. Ucneral Depression, Lack nrlcoccle, Mirunkcn of Ambition. Part., cti. IlLL'Hi' nnd STRICTURK may bo tlio ciuso. Don't consult family doctors ai they hao no experience In those, fiioeial dieaic don't allow Ouack t eteriiicnt on you. Consult Specialist?, who liavo mado a Hfo study of UUei.csot.5Ien ami vomen. will posi METHOD TREATMENT tively euro you. One thounaml dollars wo accept for treatment nnd lor ti caso cannot cure. Terms moderate, forn cure. a-- GLEET WECUiE nnd of young Thousand middle-age- uuriby iPURES GUARANTEED Wo treat nnd cure: IIMISSIOXS, VAUICOCELE. SYPHILIS. (ILKKT. STKHTL'HE, IM POTENCY. SECRET IHIAINS I'NNA ritAL DI.SC1IAHG. ES. KIDNEY nnd I1LADDER Diseases. HOOKS CONSULTATION FltEE. FREE If unable to call, write for UU.U QUESTION UUANK tor TREATMENT. Kennedy : DRIB. Kergan l 122 W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, O. formed and the living nro baptized as 'often as they desire for their dead SOMU lNTi:i!HSTINO POINTS AHOUT IT friends. I asked for tho Scripture on AND THE SAN FRANCISCO MKETINO. this point and was referred to 1, Cor. To the Iilltor ol the Intkriok JoruxM. lo Chapter and 20th verse. (Read it). One of our yrcatcst imluccmcnts In The Mormons are noted for truth and maklnjr ti trip to California was to sec hnniwt v. Tills was evidenced by one of and learn more of the Chrlstitm Enour Lutheran brethren leaving his deavor movement. And believing' as purse of $150 in a room in tho large we do, that the Lord wants all his peobath house. Ho had other change in ple united. I believe I would fall to do pockot and never missed It until he my duty In not trying to report tome-thin- p his had traveled two days nnd nights and of the preut convention. After was near San Francisco: I comforted the Kentucky delegation (,'ot together him to tho tune of a "ten dollar Wiland settled in their sleepers I was toon liam" and others of our coach chipped convinced that I had fallen In with a in and soon made him up a purse of $00, band of earnest, liberal, Christian peoand yet he did not look happy. Severple with no taint of the Fitzslmmons-Corbe- tt al told him he would never hear of his element. When our train, the money again, but I told him I believed Kentucky Special, left St. Louis It was he would get It, us 1 had a bath at the cotnN)sctl of one baffjjage nd ll sleepsame place and know the house was ing coaches, carrying about 250 passen- under Mormon control and advised him gers. There were other Kentucky par- to wire them. He did so. I met his ties not on our train who went differtraveling companion a few days after ent routes. Mr. Harris' party from Leb- nnd he told tte tho money was on tho anon being one, and reached San Franroad and he expected It that day. I hey cisco two days after us. When we tell us thev had no saloons and locks reached Kansas City we found the side and kovs were not needed until the tracks tilled with endeavor trains beGentile brethren began to move In and ing cleaned up, inspected and supplied settle among them, lt might be well with fresh water. We waited two hours for some of our "tlius for our turn. When we reached Densalth the Lord brethren" to stick a pin ver and Colorado Springs It was the same, only more so. Every place seem- here. At San Francjsco we were received ed to be ullve with people from New with a most cordial welcome and reJersey, Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee and minded of the great Passover and Kansas, each wearing a badge with gatherings at Jerusalem; tho visthe name and emblem of his or her iting hosts was estimated at '15.000 to State. otliciully The day we left Colorado Springs, 40,000, of whom 23,052 were registered Christian Endeavorcrs. the railroad ollicials reported f2 enThe city was profusely decorated with deavor trains came In. Frequently could see the train in endeavor colors of purple and gold, while running we front and look back and sec another even to the ships on tho Bay. The air following. From Grand Junction on, seemed charged with the spirit of the track was ours. No freights run- Christ In unity. Besides representaning either way und only one mail tive ministers of all denominations (Cathotrain a day meeting us. The Southern from our great Eastern cities, used all their englnes,both lics excepted) there were present dele Pacific road freight and passenger, and borrowed gates from Canada, Alaska. England, Aus- more from other roads to handle our Germanv. China, Japan. Inula. trallia, South Africa and other coun trains. When we reached Salt Lake Citv it seemed like people from two tries, even to the as the It was ends of the earth were coming togeth counC. E. convention of 1S9T was representatives of these foreign er and the would come forward and seeming the biirffest thing on wheels." The tries Mas press spoke of the Christian Endeavor ly with their souls on tire for tho ter's cause, tell of the endeavor work crowd as one not sowing money or making a display of wealth, but having and In their own home land. As each of using the comforts of life. True rep- these distinguished soldiers of tho resentations of American, citizenship, Cross would come forward they were by and decidedly the most favorably Im- greeted with the Chautauqna salute waving of thousands of white pressed people that had ever visited the In silence, making tho authe West. In our coach were two ministers of dience look like it was almost covered the German Lutheran church and two with snow. So different from tho great of the Christian church, Bros. Glltner conventions that curse our country ev and Wells and Christian ladies and gen- ery four years, when witli foul breatn tlemen of other denominations, all well and hideous yells, are waved hats, ums. posted in the Scriptures, bongs and oth- brellas, caucs, beer bottles and I have never attended that er church work. We had Bible reading, singing, prayers and talks, morn- kind and never expect to, but 1 do reing and evening on the trains, whether joice at being present at a convention running or standing. Nothing seemed in which the mighty throng is united more enjoyable on the trip than these as one man In nominating the Prince exercises. Often we would have a few of Peace to rulo over the earth. people oppose Some short sentences in prayer offered Ty different ones, several ladles partlclpa-tins- tho Christian Endeavor because they And a very bright little boy, can not find to their own satisfaction a Harry Harthill, from Louisville, nine thus salth the Lord for it and because years old, would at the proiwr time of- it is non denominational. To me the fer a few words as appropriately as any Christian Endeavor stands for new minister. I love to think of this little litrht. new liberty and new zeal for the bov. because, I learned he had rescued Christian religion. It stands for Chris several iraen from the wine cup, by tian patriotism and righteousness. For kind words and treatment when he political Intelligence, Integrity nnd In would find them on the street Intoxica- dependence. Too much time has al ted. He is called the mission boy where ready been spent In denominational he is known. "Oh the good we all may warfare. Let fraternal carnage cease and let do while the days are going by." When all churches turn their batteries on stop to change the trains would take water, etc., we would get Satan. Then and not till then will the of the great out on the platforms and sing songs world be Impressed. One war went chieftians of the late such as, "There Is Sunshine In My est "Blest be The Tie That down by tho bullets of his own soldiers. Soul perishBinds Our hearts in Christian Love," Other Stonewall Jacksons have battle field, by never falling to render the Kentucky ed upon the Christian's have been State C. E. song, to the air, "Old darts from those who should instead of foes. And for no Kentucky Home," the first verse reads: friends answer "The valiant hosts of our great endeav- other reason than refusing to tho roll call and keep step to the tattoo or band With banners triumphant unfurled of the usual church "boss." We bo Are gathering now at our mighty king's brethren. If so, and we expect to love command. wo hud To bear his standard round the world each other in the eternal city, In God us our ever shining better begin to practice it down here. With faith shield, And when the lllth century hands over With firmness, with patience and her records to the 20th, the Christian love leading the We'll stand for Christ till the world to Endeavor will be found hosts. him shall yield God speed the Endeavor movement And the Hag of union Moats above. and may it spread over tho land as tho CHORUS. waters cover the sea. Shout aloud, hosanna A. W. CARPENTER. O, praiso our God "For Christ and the church" and our blest endeavor bands LAST EXCURSION TO ATLANTIC In old Kentucky Home far away. CITY. These songs always attracted the atOn Thursday, August 2(ith tho Chesatention of the assembled crowds at the Ry. will run the last exdepots. Even the sturdy, faithful rail- peake & Ohio season from Lexlngtcn road hands, God bless them, would faop cursion of the Kentucky to Atlantic City and listen and while their lips moved and Central May. Round trip only 3W not, their eyes in wonder would say, and Cape Stop over and tickets good 12 duys. "What means this? we never saw an will be allowed In Washington on reexcursion after this manner before.' Sulphur Springs At Salt Lake City the great Mormon turn tripand at WhltoThose who have Va. Tabernacle, with a beating capacity of and Covington, seushoro this Summer 12,000, was decorated with Hags and not gone to the should take advantage of this trip. bunting of purple and gold and thrown bo cool and weather open to us. In large letters over the The nights will day. The Ungreat organ was the word "wclcomo" not too warm during theseabou. Merbathing of the and wo were made to feel welcome. I cut surf combine business with was told that this courtesy was never chants can pleasure and run up to New York at a before extended to any organization. buy fall goods. Thro' This building Is the most noted in the very small cost to Lexington via Chesaworld for Its wonderful accoustle at- sleopers from For maps, time Route tainments. The dropping of a pin or peake & Ohio and sleeping car reservations the rubbing of the hands can be heard cards your railroad agent, or the entire length of the building. Near call on or write dlv. pass, agt., LexGeo. W. Barney, this tabernacle stands the beautiful Mormon Temple, which cost 8U,5O0,O00 ington, Ky, and wus 40 years in building it. Only In all tho world there U In coin Mormons In good standing arc allowed pounds of gold, 803,540,000 lbs. to enter this Temple. In this building of silver and 321,000,000 pounds of cor- all the marriage ceremonies are per- - per. CHRISTIAN EXDKAVOK. I A REMARKAHLF.t'URK OK CHRONIC privatv In lsrt2. cured. 1 can not he thankful enough to you for this grout Hemetlv iitul recommend It to all Mirroring veteran. If In doubt, wrlto me. Yours pratoftillv. Henry Steluli'rper, Allontow n,' Pa. s?olif li.v Craig A. Hooker. Colic, Cholera and Dlar-rhie- a Remedy always ulTords prompt relief. I'or salo by CrulgA; Hooker. Cbamli-r'alii's It lins;lrvii tno n rent tlpul of trouble over mIhto. I liuvo tried u iUmom illlToront nn'ill-iii's and .evonvl prominent iloetor without anv permanent relief. Not lonjr up) u friend sent me u siuujile bottle of CliiunU'r-lul- ii Colic. Cholera und Iiliirrlui'ii Remedy und utter tluu l ihhikui linn iinik ii .lurmu-tl- e, mill now I can miv that 1 urn entlruly volunteer. my country tin n w lion I mtvwI In I'liinpiiiiv A. 107tli IViiiivlvutiltt 1 coutrtii'lutl clinnilo tlliirrlnt'ii. The Winter Of Your Discontent- is Past To I'njoy the Summer go to 3STOTIOE. . ble. Plaliitllf. vs. Spencer Hubble, Defon- dent. Notice. Pursuant to an order of the above Court at the Juno term. 11)7, "II persons having valid debts and claims existing against the derenilent. Spencer Hubble, on tho 17th das, of Novumhor, 1MI0, mo untitled to produce their debts and claims proporlv verltled as roipilred by law to mo In tnv olilce at Stanford, Kv on the 21st day of August, 1H7 It. CWARRK.N. Cotn'r I.ln. Clr. ft Win. Hubble, I'ommlttew of Sponciir Hub- ', I Lincoln Clrvtilt Court el CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS. Address for Terms, A.C., V PIANOS AMD 011GANS. Decker Rnis. Pianos. Haines Hros'. Pianos, Klllngtou Pianos, I). II. Raldwlii Pianos. KNcher Pianos, Ac Hstey Organs. Hamlltoii Organs and other Makes. See my Goods and Hot Mv Prices Heforo you W. T. WllltK. Crab Orchard. 10 Uti v. GUS. nlwavs grutlfvlng to receive for ChantborliUirs Colic, Cholera und Crab Orchard, ICy 32 Dltirrlui'ii Remedy mid when the endorsement Is from a physician It Is eipeelully mi. "There Is no more MttMuctory or otrootlvo Colic, Cholera remedy titan ChatnlK-rlaln'ami Diarrhoea Remedy," writes Dr. It. E. RoU-v- . phV'lclan anil 'pharmacist, of Olney, Stock of MillinA carefully, Mo., iitul as he has used the Remedy In his ery, embracing livers thing Usually Carried. own family and Mild It In Ids drug store for Stoto-roowell located and rent sl voars.'he should certainly know. Tor MISS M. S. LOUAN. Terms easy. sale by Craig & Hooker, Stanford. Hustonvllle, ICy. It Is s Ml H0FBIA.1T2T, Propriotor, FOR SALE. m le. Jou. Castlkman. A. U. I.AMIUM. 40-lt- eol rOYAij OF LlVKRl'OOL. hair-splittin- g, Pen-tlco- st Did You iitvr Try Electric Hitters n a remedy for your trouble no nnd get relief. This mediIf not, get Has for Sale cine basis'!! found to Iw peculiarly nd.iptcd to lh a relic! ami euro of all female complaint', exerting strength an" wonderful, dlrwt Inlluence In Kl'h'g tone to theorg.un. 1! you have low o! appetiti', constipation, headache, lalntlng spvlls or a nervous, nUvpleM.cxiitable, melancholy or tnuhled with Kor lioth Saddle and Hnmess Purposes. Also dlzy ells Electric Hitlers 1 the incdlcluo you need. Health and strength ar uiMrjiiteed by Its Cattlo, Poland China and Short-Hor- n ue. Only 50 cents a Imttloat W. II. McRoberts Jcrsoj drug store. Hogs, Sonthlovn snoop ; Choice Individuals of IkM strains Call or (Jowl llth' F.REID, Stanford, Ky., INSURANCE COMPANY GOLDDVST HORSES, BSBBEE & CaSTLEIiaS. MANAdKUS. Thert it Sothiwj to wrlto our wants. Commerce .Building, Louisville. Agents Throughout the outh. There Is nothing Just K1 as Dr. King's New DIeoverv for Couuuiptloii, Coughs and Colds, m demand It aud do not inTiult tho dealer to sell oii auitnu ail !! Itllttt He will not claim there is any thing belter, hut In order to lusVo more profit he nmr rlxini Minelhlnc i'Im! to lx lust US good. Yoll want Dr King's New Diemcry Iss'aus.' you know I to In' sale and reliable aud guaranteed to do gid or money refunded. Kor coughs odds and alt affections o! the throat, rheM nnd lungs there U uothlngogodas Dr King's New DIcotery. Regfree at W. 11. Msitolerts' drugstore. ular size oOeand SI. Oriag Bros.' Pnre Bred Poultry. lloyleCo. llluc-Orftss Poultry Yard. If you iiisVc iiinuey In W. A. TRIBBIiX, Iks1 Agent, - wl,h !" ""."; and keep tboroiighlirisls, They nisluir earlier with reenl. Tbearr.ngement a profit of more than M no mix In ol our vsnli l such Hist there can I v. ...i.,.ni. nil .n.'ir fiTtlln wbell sbipissl. i. 15 Vfg II, II. Red lit tisine.. Imp. setting ol 5.JJ till, day and time so" A word to the. farmers. 1 H11"1 l,fl' "I' Stanford, - Kentucky. itf S.irls.rlVlebrstr,I11t.sim' Red Cap. " ' Illack ' 11.00 The iwt salv In the world for cuts,, bruises Jl.W sores, ulcers. salt rheum, fever sores, totter, chap- Silver Plymouth Rock, Hatred ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, lt positively currs piles or noiuy required. Ills Ky. CRAIU HltOS., Pro., Junction City, guarajteed to give iwrfecl satisfaction er money rer box. Kor sale, by W. II. funded. lrlct 25 cuts McIUibcrts, Druggist. A WORD TO HueUiiiB Salt, WhltoCrrstisl Ula.K rolisu Si.ftl luiirted Minorca, law! Wyandot!, " ' J. B. HIGGINS, DK.ALF.R IN f brown-skinne- d soul-lnsplrl- II great patriotic meetings. Three greet meetings occur this fall In the North. The G. A. R. encampment Buffalo, Aug, 23 to 23. The Sons of Veterans encampment, Indlanaiol!s, Sept. 0 to 11 and the Union Veteran PROPERTY OWNERS. Thou-MinAre you Insured ? If not. why not? ours dwellings and barns good ns of ds Farm Wagons, Pleasure Vehicles, lianu-kcrchie- fs Legion, Columbus, O., Sept. 21 to 21. The Queen & Crescent Route Is tho of- F.verv year. Involving the loss of millions should jou expect to esoajHi ficial line to Buffalo and the most con- dollars.earWhyyear to f mm 3 venient route to all three cities. The very lowest rates will be offered. Your Property May Bura TO CUBE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Take Laxsilve ltromo Quinine TaMeta. All Druggists refund the money If It falls to Cure. Kor SslehyW II. McRoberts, CndpA Hocker. and U. L. I'euuy, Druggists, Stanford, Ky. Are Destroyed by Fire or Lightning of Within a M'ar. within a month, hours. Why should you mulation of years of honit toll a single lire, which can destroy Soliciting a share of jour hour Agricultural Implements, High-Grad- e Fertilizers and Goal. Stnnfonl, Kentucky. Ofllco on Goods Warranted as Represented. Main Street, npposltw Klmoru's Store, J L TOTTK.N. SAt.r-SMA- N cm" KoN:ifully. - patronage within '" "Cuto loss It In an 21 THOROKGHRRKD all aches aud putn. Sloan's Liniment euros cramp or colic and W. 11. McRobertn has It. JESSE D. WEAKEN, Stanford. Ky some-pistol- Sloan's Liniment Is the great family rent- General Agent. old by W. ed v. It penotrutes so oulckly. U.McltolertN, Stanford. Illcyolo rider? tak tho "kink" out of their lame hack with Sloan's Liniment. Kor sale by W. II. MeHolert. m well-meanin- g r. I have opened a shop at the forks of tho orn and liny. Hustonvllle and Mltledgevllle pikes, near Slock - Raiser should Order Office and K.ssl Kxchst.gv, near the Railroad Mr K. Held' and am prepared to do all Every Farmer and Crossing, lepot Street, keep Sfoun'sldiilmoiit on hand for an emerkinds ot - gency. Ask our neighbor mid bo will tell Sold ay W. II. McRoberts. you why. Blacksmithing and Woodwork, Coal Yard, Mill Strwl. lately J. II. Mains'. m SON, DEALERS IN COHL. i NOEL tk Tho most proline of all breeds, attain tho greatest weight, fatten easily at any ago. Roars ready for suriico. UIIU and n) already bred. Pigs of either se.x, uolaklii Questions and pmniptl v answered. J. t. tt H. J. McEODESTS. SUnfori. DUROC HOGS . j , t ! SSL 32.(ct. I Stanford; Kontuolcy. J Sloan's Liniment Kor sore throat or pain In your chest Sold by W. II. McRolx-rts- . ue Satisfaction guaranteed. NOTICE artist ! Crab Orchard now has the finest loiisorlal In timet ant ry In the person of .amu:i. RutKKHOUK. who handles the Mjliors uiul I offer for sale privately my razor In expert stylo. Call on him when -. ou homo on Lower Main street, Stanford. The want a clean shaveor stylish haircut, houMi Is a roomy, pretty cottage with nice yard and good garden and outhouse-.- , and Is neighborhood. Call on In it most ploa-a- ut me on tho premNos anil I will lake pleasure In showing Its nianv advantages. Pretty Home For Sale. kinds of country produce, except for horsr shoeing which Is fit) cents, cash, lieasu give ilio a share of your patronage. C. II. MAYFS At tho lowest prices and In the Ih'sI manner 1 guarantee all my I will take all work GEORGE H. M'KINNEY, J.T.Jones, IID SHEET 180. 40 MRS. ELIZA PORTMAN. TIS en-srln- IKS, Pension & Claim Agent, Box 12 A. . PRICU. Dentist, STANFORD. ICY., 44, Stanford, Ky. Surgeon To-day- ," Stanford, Ky. Office WfHE In tho Owsley Diamond Root Sole proprietor of Dean's Illack paliitlmt wo. Paint. Kstlnutes jurnl.hod for guaranteed Alt Satisfaction metal and Ron roofs painted with Dean's llhuk Diamond I Paint u..... ClMcri. Ileale r In w.rrrnlc.1 for yea aiidt.alvaiilM.1 Iron rllten. Ua.raiiliedand lllaik -- ' Iron lUwtlngof all kinds. Has had ycars't practice Uifore all the Depa intents In Washington City ' Ifj Farmers Bank&Trast Co. OK STANKORD, KY, orer Mcltolert' Drug Store llulldlng. Paid up Capital, Surplus, Posts for plank fence, All persons deslrlrx railing or wire fence can find what they want at my store near Cedar Creek, on theI pike also leading from Crab Orchard to Stanford keepon hand a supply of plank for feiielng. All hoards klndsof lumber for Inilldliu piires; and shingles, All persons destrtiitf any article ol this kind can call on mo at my i';" 'i,'nI(t,SUr . MM.I.hH?.. 32 Creek. $200,000 00 17,603 30 The Woods are Full Of pot aud merchants who wll quote you a articles few sta-p- lo ali At Cost or Less, And make It back with blglnteroM on goods you are uotoo well posted on. Homonil)or wo meet all SHELBY & SHELBY, sltors aie a Hy provisions of Its charter, d fully protected as are denltors In .National Itauks, held ludltldiially liable to lis sharehohlers g tboextcnt of the amoiiulot their slsk tbeielu at the par alue thereof, In addition to the "mount In vestsl In such shares. It may act as executor, trust.s', Ac , as hilly as an Individual Teiiderlugour thanks to tlno who baroentrutt. busliieM to us, we trust they will continue isl their to do so, and we oiler as a guarantee for prompt attention to same our 2J jears" exs'rieiim In bank lugatid as li!eral accommodations asalu oonslsleul with sound banking. IIIMKlTOHS,, ....Proprietors other Mich jirlooa ;imtl on goods wo can LIVERY.FEED& SALE;STABLE J. J. to-da- y, Save You from 10 to 20 Per Cent. And sometimes more. Come to heudijuar-ters. Wo will send you u way more tliau pleased. JunctlonlClty, Ky. Flrsttlass Turnouts, prompt attention, very reasonable rates A iortIou of your patronage, Is IS rospectlully sollcttixt Williams, Ml. Vernon; W. II. Cummins, Preaihersvllle; J. II. Owsley, J. S Owsley, Sr., S. ll.Shauks, William liooib, S. J. Rmbry, J. I'. Cash, A. W, Carpenter, J. 1.'. Lynn, , J. N, Meuefci-- urcicxHs. S. II. Shanks. President: J. II. Ow.lev, Cashier; W. M . might, Teller TANNER BROS., McKinney, Ky. FIRE INSURANCE FSLL KOR IN ! FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANKORD, ICY. BUFFALO Insurance ONE CENT A MILK FHBNIX Company, : Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus $15,760. 'BIG FOUR ROUTE," ACCOUNT OP BROOKLYN. . . Caledonian Co., T Insurance ft Good fl- - ft 31st Aunual Encampment. 23 TO of Scotland. STANFORD, KY. KOUNDKD laoG. AUC. 28. 710,-521,0- Tickets on sale August 21, 22 and 2:1. returning, leaving Uuffalo from August 21 to 31, iucluslvo, with u privilege of extension to September 20 on deposit of ticket with Joint Agent at Huffalo, August 23 and 27, Inclusive. Kor tickets und full information call on any ticket agent of tho Hlg Kour Route, or address WARRKN J . LYNCH, E. O. MCCORMICK, Passenger TralHo Mgr., Ass. Gen. Pass. A Tkt. Agt. CINCINNATI, OHIO. RB.MAHONY.Agt, 0 Attention of the public la railed lo the fact that this Is the only National Hank In Stauford. Under the provisions ol the National Hank Act depositors are second not only hy the capital stock, but by the stockholders' liability lot- - an amount equal in the stock, so that debitors of this Institution are secured by a fund ol j.XO.Ooo. Vivo sworu statements o! the condition ol the Rank are made each year to tho United States Government and Its aswts nro examined at stated times by government agents, thus securing additional and perfect taict. to depositors. This Institution originally established as the De posit Rank o! Stanford In l.Sii, then reorganized as the National Hank ofStanlord in IBM and again reorganized as the Klrst National Hank of Stanford in iMtZ, has had practically an uninterrupted existence for 33 years. It Is better supplied now will tacllltlea for transacting business promptly and than fcver More In its long and honorable career. Accounts of Individuals, fiduciaries, tlrws aud Individuals solicited. DIHKCTORS. H. D. PHILLIPS, Gun and .Look Smith. ' T.F. Hill, " K. U Tanner, McKluncy. W. A. Trlbble, J.H. Colller.Crab Orch'd; M. J. Miller, Mt, Vernon. STANFORD, KY. M. D.Kliuore, Stauford. orriCBRS. All kinds of repdrlng doae at reasouable rites I. S. Hocker, President; J. J. Mcllolwrta, Casblir A. A. McKlnuey, AsslitaulCiabler. Upholstering a specb Hy, bawslactlon gusranetd S.T. Harris, ' J. S. Hocker, K. Rebl, Lincoln Co.; J. W. Hayden, Stanford S. II. Raiighiuan, " nm n n ii Jif ""Y " - ' li'fi"'1i'' ;ia