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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897082001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVI. VICINITY NEWS. Y LANCASTER. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY, AUGUST 20. 1897. RELIGIOUS. of a pastor NO. 50 i? l"9 V that the Internal revenue collector's olllco must Remain at Richmond. S. A. HarMjr, of the .'id Kentucky Infantry, has Just been granted a pension because when ho was In a hospital at Somerset in lU, with typhoid fever, ho was burned by the hot Iron, which the surgeon ordered put to his feet, set ting the bed allre. In a lit of retrenchment and reform the city council of Harrodsburg reducchelf ed the pay of the mayor H)llce, -- 0)ercent.: city judge and of attorney, over 100 jwr cent.; city clerk, from 175 to ll)0 per year; pay of from $72 per annum to i night police, from l0 to $00. one-half; Nuws lino roached here of the sudden Milt Klinboll, of Mmlihou, liud both duathof Mrs. Silas Moss, at Kwlng, thighs broken in a runaway. Five shares of Farmers Hank stock Va. The friends of Mr. Samuel I. clmngod hands at $1110.50 at Danvlllo in this suction, rogrol tod exceed- Monday. Dan Curry, who killed John V. Cor- iu uuur ui ins uoutn arm tenuer ley at Corbln, has been Indleted and lib tholr sincere condolence to the borcav d family. case Is set for Monday. , kill- John M. Duncan id attending thu John Will Hlddell. of Madison, corn Hold and hid uuwrunceburg Fair. George T. Far- od a Negro boy In a ' uh been summoned to Williams Ms body In the bushes. , John Ashley Sims, a Mercer county burg' tv testify iiilhoCiirry.Corleycuso farmer, was fatally Injured by being in behalf of the Commonwealth? Mr. M. F. Klkln will have about U0 thrown out of a vehicle In u runaway. Gap, In the Cum new membors to go in our Maccabee In a Unlit at Chad's berland Mountain?. James Felts shot Tent on Tuesday or Wednesday night, when the degree team will be here and killed Caleb Hatfield and Joo from Junction City to give the scciet Kvery rod of the 1& miles of turn- work. Lee Humphrey has been louged iu pike in Madison county Is now free, the lineal court leasing the remaining II jail here, charged with stealing a horse near Huekoyo, which he rode to Frankmiles Tuesday. Win. Adams, a prosperous farmer of fort and sold. It Is rutwrtud that ho the Waco locality, was drowned In the has admitted that he committed the ' Kentucky river, while attempting to crime. The State democratic executive comcross It at night. A Fost bwclal from Washington says mittee proposes to put out a hand book, that the secretary of the treasury says containing a statement uf the oorrti-tlo- n Dud-dera- r, .uij day. Innocent Wolf is the peculiar nnir.e at Atchison, Kus. Rev. Walter O'Doar is holding a a uictlllcatlon meeting at Rowland. Cantor Samuel Baudot, a Cincinnati preacher, fell dead In his pulpit Satur- Hamifton FEMALE Coffeoe, LeXINCTON, KY. The lending boarding school for young women in the State. Send for catalogue and illustrated Monthly. Tmmn . R?K " ;; '7 1 WrO , & . . ' " ' i ' . ,X TV - x . v L ". Mai-lar- d. the republican administration in Kentucky. It is suggested that a hand book will not hold it uud thut it Him bettor be made tho size of Webster's Unabridged Dictionary and prim ed in nonpareil type. Tho democratic committee met Monday and adjourned to meet Saturday, -- sth, m which time a nomination will bo made for sherlir and likufy for representative; and iu this connection 1 suggest that district convention be of 11 l.iMMh.'i. Tho beautiful lut n m whoso picture appears aimie - .1 uitur liter of Mr. and Mrs. Hemy Lumn.-- i , of this place. She is just In r bright eyes, vlv.iuioii" inaiH.ur aid v ealth of golden hair m.ikt liv.- imticcable in any gathering MI.-.- S i:V.v 1 - STANFORD FRM A LK t'OM.KUK. coun-cllme- n, Hubble, Jab. Robinson has sold his wheat at Tom Rankin sold a mule colt to K. F. Woods for i0. Undorvvood Hros. are buying calves at $15. Dr. O'Neal was out a few days ago and examined George Wood and K. F. Minor for life Insurance. Hros. Grlnstoad and Neal are holding a series of meetings at McKendree church. Hro. May will be at the Chris tlan church next Sunday morning and Wc. night. here regret the withdrawal White from the ruco for representative, as ho Is a nice young mun and we feel that Hubble outfht to have some of the pie In Lincoln county. Dr. Kinnalrd reort8 Flnloy Furdom much Improved. Marlah Owsley has had her dwelling on Cherry street covered with lightning rods. G. A. Swine-broa- d has returned from Crab Orchard and reports his wife much Improved. Virgil McClure and wife, of Lexington, have been visiting friends here. Mrs. Fannie IJIsliop.of Florida, Is here with relatives. C. Cover, of Wayne, was up looking at some farms. Virgil Rico has taken Myra Rico's line mare to the Hrodhead Fair to kill some of the boys. (Xa McClure fell from the dinner table Monday apparently dead Feople of II. D. and remained so for some time. Dr. Herring was telephoned for and she is now some better. An association of the 1,1100 couples married by Rev. W. L. Mceso In Indiana has been formud and articles of Incorporation signed. The object is to promote happy wedded alliances. It Is dated that not a single ono of the large number of couples marrlod by that divine has ever sought separation by divorce. short A uelghlorlng mlltor. who a months ago became tho proud pap.i of "the only baby" In tlil-- i big world, and when ho unnotineed tho airlvnl of tlio cherub the jmHpwl of lift iH'foru lilm, u b'iuitlful m fi-'- ilri'iiui of sunshine anil mss, has learned lots since then, oseelally since tho extreme warm woat'hor began, and Is now Inclined to look at tlml sumo Kid through a glass darkly Ho say: "Whim n mini who professes Christianity litis to walk the lloor at night with a howling kid and reflects that of such Is tho kingdom of heaven, ho will lied ford Democrat. irol)iit)ly backslide." -- a sad story. Sho wouldn't cook, hu wouldn't dust, nor.djo. Mothur had It ill1 yo to do, while Hollo talked to tho Ih!iiu. tho ungul band, und mother Joined Hollo marrlod tho beam ho drank, liu gambled and debauched until all tlio money was gone friends woro gone and honor was gone, and now she cooks and slaves tho livelong day. Mother would bo valued now, mother would bo loved, bo helped; but alas It Is too late. It Is llje-nnd-b- m Georgia school boy, who leads tho newspapers, submits tho following uiihpio composition on tho lynching evllt Lynehln' Is wrong. It hurts the limb of tho beautiful trees whero tho birds sing. It also hurts tho people what's lynched. Thoy should have a regular liaiiglii' an' sell poiiiiuts an' lemonade. People what's hung regular, by law, always go to heaven. I don't want to go to heaon that way." A m mm man out la Minnesota had his set of false teeth blown out by a tornado the other day. and thoy woro found Imbedded In a huckleberry plo laho next town, fourteen miles away, A be madu for deserver. State Senator, it is Garrard's time The aim of its founders to have and our candidate, us heretofore an- in reach an institution of learning in nounced, is Mr. George T. Farrls, who which their daughters could receive a can win if nominated. finished education without jolng elseCircuit court convened on Monday where at enormous expemo and the with fair crowd. Judge M. C. Sauf-le- y loss of home inliuencu. ha- - been realizon the bench, Commonwealth's At- ed beyond tholr fondest ho;es. for after torney J. S. Owsley, Sheriir Robinson, careful examination and inquiry, wo and his competent corps of deputies, tiud that Its present corps ol teachers Clerk Mason and his assistant, Mr. Is equal In etllclency of any it has ever George Smith, and Jailer Uengo are had and unsurpassed by that of any keeping the wheels of justice moving similar Institution in the State. Il is impossible to estimate the value In a commendable manner. Tho judge of a prosperous boarding female coldelivered a forcible, Impressive und Instructive charge to the grand jury, lege to a community fiom any point calling their attention to the different of view, pecuniary, social or moral. It public oirenses and tho manner In enhances the value of all kinds of propwhich they should conduct their inves- erty: creates a moral and retlnlng above value: and Increases the tigations, together with tho character income of every business venture withof evidence they should consider. It was replete with valuable Information in reach. Our college building has capacity to entertain a number and evinced that high degree of legal they attainment by which ho has been ren- of boarders, and with could be easily obtained, for nothing dered fumous. Tom Wherritt was foreman and they proceeded at adds more to the success of any moveonce to prepare a rugged road for the ment than hearty home endorsement. little justifiable blowing of transgressor. Tho jury returned sev- With eral Indictments on Tuesday, among trumpets by the home people, we are them a Joint Indictment against S. D. satisfied that patronage could be atand Jack Turner and James Tudor for tracted from abroad. Above all things do we think It the murder. It will be remembered that they Wiled. Marlon Sebastian hero iu duty of parents residing here to place Juno. Tho trial is set for next Tues- their daughters In this institution rath day and much iuterost will be taken, as er than send them away or to private The Immediate prospect ilwas the most tragical killing that schools. shows thut It will be easily ever occurred iu tho county, consider but nothing short of prosperity lug the manner iu which it was done and the relationship existing bct.vcen should satisfy us. and If a lack of pattlio parties coucerned. Of course tho ronage should eventually cause Its colevidence before the grand jury was ex lapse, tho loss to the community would parte and It will take a trial to bring be Irreparable, for a majority of those out all the facts. The following cases having daughters aro unable to send woro disposed of: Clarence Deazloy, them elsewhere, and for that reason for breach of the peace, fined $X: G. could only give them a partial educaW. Lear, same oironse, lined :i;; John tion. There could be no bettor recommenDoolln, colored, malicious shooting and dation of our College than its alumnie, wounding with intent to kill Josh Hay, admitted; Richard Parker, unlawfully who aro scattered all over the land, wounding Raymond Davis, lined $100; many of thorn teachers and all recogJ. T. Cecil has been Indicted for carry- nized us being in the front rank of culing concealed weapons und for mali- tured, accomplished women. It is doing as good work now as at cious shooting and wounding. The any time in the past, and we therefore trouble occurred between him and John Hoystou, Jr., 'at Maretsburg, some time urgently request the undivided patron-ag- o of the home people. ago. Several civil cases of minor UOAKI) OP TKL'STKKS. have been heard. The following legal lights have attended court: There aro 110 mountains in Colorado Col. W. G. Welch, P. M. MoRoberts. whose peaks are over l'J.OOJ feet above Robert Harding and Hon. I. C. War- the ocean level. Forty of these are ren. higher than 11,000 feet, und more than Tho Xleholasvllle Democrat is hav- half of that number are so remote and ing great deal of fun made at Its ex- rugged that no one has dared to atpense for publishing this paragraph: tempt to climb them. A musical bicycle has been Invented "Tho residence and most of tho conThe of Mrs. Funk, on Brown street, by a man In Presburg, Austria. tents was destroyed by lire early Tuesday motion of tho wheel grinds out a tunc morning. It contained tho furniture like a hand organ, and the rider rolls along to the strains of delightful liar of George Diamond." Mrs. Funk must bo even larger than mony. A Baltimore man was found dead tho circus fat woman, to have containwith u copy of the Congressional Re ed so much. cord iu his hand. The Intelligent coro Dr. E. M. Wiley is now In charge of net didn't deem uu Inquest necessary tho Lexington Lunatic Asylum and A Kentucky colonel was shot and Dr. Scott has moved back to Somerset. killed ut a circus the other day, thus Dr. Wiley has reinstated Richardson, giving the spectators two performances the private secretary discharged by for ono admission. N. Y. Journal. Scott for complicity in tho "write-up- " A Georgia man comes to the front receipt theft, and none of the other with the statement that ho found inemployes will be discharged. side of a watermelon the ring he lost while planting the patch last spring. Swift Jc Armour, of Chicago, have A Michigan mob would have thrown had buyers all over tho Western rang- a mun into a burning building because es after sheep and have bought 000,000 ho had set It afire, but for the arrival in Montunu, Oregon, Washington, New of the police. Mexico und Texas. Thoy were short of Col. John O. Hodges, of Lexington, supplies, and ran the price up to $5.10, who underwent a dangerous operation making the western grower rich. for lithotomy, Is not expected to surj Prices aro now back to $3.75. v vo. 11 suf-llcie- nt held und a nomination In view of tne nuur approach of another term of the Stanford Female Col lege, we feel that it is a uuty and a pleasure to call the hUmmum of tin people of Lincoln county to t'l.it fact: to congratulate them on fieir g.ijl fortune In the of tn mtuu-tlon- , and to urge i'ts, nation, not only In m.nniatniii'.'. b i' In placing it on the prnpcTOJs s it ?o richly 1 tnlr b.i-I- lSft. The Southern Presbyterian General Assembly minutes show that 8 per cent, of the ministers are out of employment. There are .040 churches without pastors. Rev. J. F. Williams of Harrodsburg, closed a meeting at Walton with 2.'1 ad ditions to the Baptist church. He aho had an addition to his home a daugh contributions have been made to build n Baptist church at Preachersville and work will begin next week. Rev. John Lovcll, of Wayne county, will preach at Halls Gap church Saturday night, so C. W. Lovell writes to us to announce. Rev. George W Hissoy, of Zancs-villO- - lost his speech In the middle of a sermon nnd has since been in a critical condition. The Rev. K. L. Powell, of tlio First Christian church at Louisville, has been called to the Seventh Street church at Richmond, Va. The Christian State Convention Com mittee has notified Mt. Sterling that it has accepted that city's invitation for the meeting which will be held In June juries. Liberal Capt. Thomas Prince, of Wheeling, W. Va., who was injured by a fall ut the Richmond fair, died from his in- T. IB. SIESIIISrnsriEJIK, IFresiclezit. Grand Reception Is always tendered to tho public AT OUIt STOKE. Tho e, Refrestiments Of Low Prices uro most digestible loetet )ook. to tho Fine Clothing-- , Nobby Neckwear, Stylish Hats. Handsome lino of Manhattan Shirts. Shoes to fit all. J. L. Fkoiiman" ff & Co., Danville, Ivy. l Where to Send My Girl to School Send Her to Stanford College 11 g, believing that It will be more satisfactory to both buyer and seller. accumulate, consequently wo can sell goods cheaper. It will tako much less capital, our expenses will be loss and there Is every reason why tho cash system will prove satisfactory. Wo only ask you t try It awhile and If you find It Is not to your wo buying themselves requesting the resignation isfied wo can will not kick on your10 23 from merchants who sell on credit. We a re satsell you goods from per com. cheaper than tho credit men and thl to of Dr. Whitsitt, of the Southern Theoshould certainly bo an Inducement to you. Very truly, logical Seminary at Louisville, because lie finds from history that immersion hasn't been practiced but a few hundred years. The handb of Dr. Eaton 8 - tf V. Vv-y--- vjH and of the Western Recorder are seen in the associations. The Rev. Otto Duessel, pastor of a 1, IS'JT, Rev. Dr. Mlnton, who had received a call to Centre College. Ho is now professor of systematic theology In the Sun Aiiselemo Seminary. Rev. W. R. Potter, of Kirksvllle, will preach at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and will conduct the union services at the Baptist church that night. Rev. S. M. Logan will preach at Cynthiana the same day. "Why don't you go to Sunday school, sonny ?" was asked an urchin from the knobs. "Cause I don't wanter," ho re- BH)iided. "Why ?" "Cause they always say "Hurrah for Jesus" there when they know I'm for Bryan," he answered. The Elkhorn Baptist Association which met this year at Nicholasville, Is the oldest association in the State, being organized ut Georgetown In 17fc0. At present It consists of tho same number of churches with which it was organized ."10. The report that Rev. George O. Barnes had bought a lot inOwlngsville for a residence seems to be true. The Democrat says he gave $1,000 for three acres and contemplates building on this lot in the near future, and make that his future home. The Baptist associations aro amusing ter. Paris Kentuckian. It has full Courses of Study In all departments. It Ims and experienced teachThe San Francisco Presbytery has ers. It has all needful facilities for thu thorough training trained In all grades. It was of girls established for tho welfare and convenience of Stanford and Lincoln couutv. Let all the refused to grant the dismissal of the people of Stanford and vicinity, Instead of dissipating their Inliuencu by patronizing other schools, rully around tho College and give it their united and hearty support. Next Session opens Sept. Ctb. For full Information call-oMrs. Saullov at the college or write for catalogue. WM. SHELTON. Pit esi dent. n State College of Kentucky. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, Offers Instruction In Agriculture, Meuhuiilcal Engineering. Civil Engineering, three lines of Scientific Study, vli: Mathematical, Hlologlcal and Chemical, Classics and PedujroT. Twenty-EigProfessors and Assistants. Laboratories and Museums large and well equljijieu. County appointees receive Freo Tuition. Matriculation, Fuel and Lights and Itooni Kent. Traveling expenses also given to appointees who remain tho full collegiate year. Hoard In dormitories J2.25 per week, In privato families $2.50 to $3. Hoard, uniform, books and washing not exceed S120 per yeur. Fall Term lleglns Second Thursday la Septumtier. Preliminary Examinations first Monday In September. i'or catalogues and other Information apply to ht hl-cm- JRMES K. PflTTEffSON, Ph. D., L. L. ., Prcs. A Word To You. wo Having considered the question from almost every standpoint, have decided to adopt THE CASH SYSTEM, Heglunlng July No bad debts will p. FARRtS St HARDIN. 1 Lutheran church at Wuterbury, Connecticut, has attained to momentary conspicuousness by urging tho members of his congregation to give up their life insurance policies and they have followed his advice. He claims :: that it is exceedingly impious to try to iK lay up for one's family in the event of i, a rainy day, and says that the "Lord will provide." 1 I 1 I m "tV WHEAT. le-- I Wo ate prepared to store wheat at a self. s Call and see us and wo price than you can stoic It your- I Will Either Buy or Store For you. Speaking of tho failure of Mr. Van Senden as a Washington broker, the Louisville Times says: "Four years as privato secretary of the treasury docs not necessarily make a llnuncier of a free-sllverite- ." J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. II 11 The paraphernalia of the lire department ut Frankfort litis been levied on to pay u judgment of 81,'JOO, uwurded Mrs. Lou Nosbitt for injuries sustained by n defective sidewalk. John S. Nowlun, a revenue Informer under arrest for a s.lght oHetise, was tuken from the otlicers near Runuey fligfiLoDiist HBrd Reg. Poiandciunas. Son of Klever's Model, No. 20,710. tho Headed by 01 U. S. lyiODEL, T)0. t tlrst-clii- ss vijiuiiji., .u. i.,'ji, sou death. A fow fresh Jersoy Spain's national debt Is 1,765,000,; Eggs, SI for 13. 000 und heraunual interest charges ure $Sl),000,000, while her gross unnual Income is less than 8150,000,000. Six men were killed In u wreck on the L. & X., neur Dahlgrou. 111. hog, Va., by moonshiners and shot to see my hogs. toppy young boars ready for service. A few show gilts old enough to breed, and bred sows a specialty, for sale. This stock Is strictly la every respect, with pedigrees. Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Wrltoyour wants or c'onio aud te mo tvortu greatest breeding hog living, and HUNDLEY'S ioiuuiDiau wuampiou, wiauue, rso. 11,007, Fine, 38,353. Cows for sale. They aro good ones. Also Mammoth Pekln Duck A. E. HUNDLEY, Hox 105, Danvlllo, Ky. lB I UDDGHCAKinG BY It is said that Lincoln thus replied to a letter usking for n "sentiment" and his autogruph: "Dear Madam: When you ask from a stranger thut which is of Interest only to yourself always Inclose a stamp. There's your sentiment and hero's your uutograph: A. Lin coln." Youth'sCompanlon. I J. C. M'CLARY, A 1 ''A . . Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Direotor. carries Also a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Court-Hou- August ed air. Crescent Route. Low rates to 27, for tho Danville color Ask agents for particulars W. C. Rlnearson, gen'l pass. agt. Queen & '25 ' ' I Room Oppo.iife se Square, Stanford, Ky ii iyy;twTyj.itHWWijBlliJii) u Uu sm-- V v rvri1 . - r-- rf i wyu4aiT-rl-rf;-TWBai- lvilr TWWiltilllWJfiitMA4l ih f s T i ? t i I Jr' li 1 m 4 A Titirii1tb, ,...fair jfmtrtrl UUUU T t1f inn. .Tnn Vri.. n mill- .i .. ....,...,. .. ( '.hum mv tvifli .. miultnl IJlllV.il Tilr. JillblU nml ww .w, ,...'....t, ...... ft ........ of boltocrats, for circuit judge and stock of 8J..Vhi.0m has been lncororn- enough to say: "Wheat is high THE INTERIOR JOURNAL we havo a good crop, and coun- Commonwealth's attorney respectively, tod at Helena. Montana. John Postmaster General Merrill liy and other V lie igo millionaires are tries that compete with is hnvo a oor supply apK)lntod John P. Green, of Cleveland, the originators and stockholders. of crop. It is Stanford. Ky., August 20. 1S97 and demand a mero matternothing to a Negro, to bo United States stamp John Albirston. of Atchison, Kan and silver had e Department at sas, returned home from the Klondike! do with it." This is tho truth In a nut agent at tho region with 312,000 in cash, to find that shell. Neither has tho now tariff law n salary of 82,f00 a year. He is an W. P. WALTON. his wife, whom he had loft a year ago. anything to do with the improvement Col. B. F. Knloe, editor of the Louis was tlylng of poverty and hardship. in linnncial matters, except that the DEMOCRA TIC TICKET. Tho operatois of tho Pittsburgh dis- U the "Klondyko" of Stnnfoid and to trade with uh will save you more gold in a agitntion with reference to the ques ville Dispatch, was entertained at toa to- year tlmn you can make on a trip to Alaska. Head our price; "they d the talking. Fo Ap'latc Cl'k, S. J. SUACKELFOllD tion is settled for a time at least. The Thursday evening by Gov. McCreary, - trict were to Uike tho first steps Wo have the bargains and It must ho acknowledged by all. of prominent demo- ward resuming work with same crowd of fools which believed the when a number " Circuit Jmhje, M C.SAUFLEY. " ComUth Attorney, J. S. OWSLEV, Jr story that Cleveland was responsible crats met tho distinguished exponent of men. under the protection of Pinker- ton detectives. Tho Injunction forbid- for the failure of crops, tho dry or tho silver. Richmond Register. " Pepretcnlative, - .V. F. NORTH. The opinion is generally entertained ding the striker to march on the mines wet weather, are as firmly convinced " County Judge, - JAS. P. EAILEY. s and of tho Now York and Cleveland tins " County Clerk, - GEO. li. COOPER. that McKinley should havo credit for that In annointiue fc will buy 2 dozen best quality bono col ar huiloim; munlly sold at 10c dozen. " County Attorney, HARVEY HELM. the improved condition of the crops colored men to lmiortant Federal of- - Coal company whs made permanent 5c will buy 2 cards white agate huttoui, () dozen on a card. In tho South, Mr. McKinley is do and the increase of prieo for some of flees " Circuit Clerk, J. F. UOLDAM. 0c will buy a good toolh brush, worth 15c. FARM AND TRADE. " Shcrif, - - SAML. M. OWENS them. Tho country has its seasons of ing a great deal to make a "solid 5c will buy n (,'ood curling iron, worth 10c. " Jailer, - - GEO. 11'. DEBORD. depression of trade and a recovery South" again. Baltimore News. Jnmos B. Gentry's Oral ran fifth at 5c will buy one box of mournliiK lli, worth 10c. Whether tho republican State con- Newport Monday. from it, its hard and its good times. " Atsetwr, - - C. G. BAKER. 5c is ihu price per yard of one of the best brands in yard wide, brown or blenched " Coroner, - - JKJf. LANDGRAF. They come with the regularity almost vention damned Gov. Bradley with A firm In Ohio has just bought ll'i.OOO cotton . praised him with faint Supt. School, GARLAND JINGLETON of the seasons and tho republican par- faint praise, or lM)und of wool at in.. 5c is the prico per yard of "Onr Heaiity" shirting cotton, worth The 71c any whore. ty is fortunate to get the benefit of the damns, tho result is tho same. The first lulu of new cotton rocolvcd rebound with people who never think man who made the republican party Is Tiik trustees of the Kentucky Schools for themselves. The long period of de- unmade by tho republican party, which at Atlanta sold at .SJ. Taylor House sold to James McCar-lo- y of Reform, Mesdnmcs L. P. Ynndell pression hal to end some time for when Is Itself doomed by its dissensions and 2.1 stock hogs at a little over .'.Jo. Wm. Cheatham, of Louisville, and and thiugs get too bad they usually correct damned by its record. Glasgow Times S. A. Charles, of Lexington, Messrs. Arthur Kstes sold to D. S. Rlffe a 10c will buy !) spools llrooks' best fix cord thread, guaranteed as good ns O. N. T. Senator Stewart, of Nevada, denies house themselves and they would havo done 10c will buy a ladlei belt, latest style, harness and lot in MoKluncy for D. II. Howard and B. T. Conway, of buckle. 25c quality. so no matter had Bryan or the prohibi- that he ever said that ''there is noth J. II. Bauirhman & Co. bought about 10c will buy 7 pajors of pins, worth 5c each. Lebanon, and W. P. Walton, of Stantion candidate been elected president. ing In talking silver at tho present 10c will buy a ladies' bleached vest, worth 25c. 400 bushels of wheat yesterday at 8Tie. ford, met at the residence of Mrs. Ynntime and my advice to my friends In 10c will buy a good lisle thread mil for ladies. Frank Morris sold to J. II. Thompdell in Louisville Tuesday and decided THE Louisville republican clubs are the West is to fall Into line with the 10c will buy n good hized linen or Turkish bath low el. to build at oneo on a farm to be pur- out after Col. W. S. Forrester, of tho forces of prosperity and progress and son, of Boyle, a saddle gelding for$12f. worth 25c any whore, Commissioner .Moore estimates the chased near Lexington, a school of Frankfort Capital, and after adopting l''c will go a long waysnt our Hemnant Counter. receive their duo share of the reward," 10c will buy !1 boxes of Cabinet wire hair pins. reform for both sexes and not to expend resolutions accusing him of high but the oppositfon papers continue to Kentucky wheat crop at 1 l.:.7tl,23 bushels. lOe will buy u bov of Whltinore's Ox Wood or Tan Shoo exceeding SoO.OOO of the 8100,000 ap- crimes and misdemeanors against the Polish. harp on his alleged change of view. Sir Dar by Imp. Order, sire of Ornapropriated on it at present. The rea- party, demand that Gov. Bradley reThe announcement of the candidacy ment, brought ?l,fJ5 at tho Chicago son of the location at Lexington was move him at once from the office of asof Cnpt. Herndon for circuit judge because of an offer of $3,000 from the sistant adjutant .general. These fools should cause Judge Saufley, his friends sales. Embry . Trlbble, of Fayette, bought county of Fayette and &i,000 from the are gnawing a file as usual and will feel nor the democratic party any uneasi- of A'. W. Smith, of Boyle, a hornless 25c will buy 5 yards of Taffeta Hustle Lining, sold at 10c per yard. city for it. The proviso was made by mighty small when the colonel turns ness because Judge Sautley Is filling tho bull calf for !?.. 25c will buy 5 yards of Lace Scrim, sold atS money must be his gatllng on them next Sunday. the trustees that the cr yard anvwh ok. position with such exceptional ability, Wheat climbed to 00 cunts In several 25c will buy 1 yards of table oil cloth, worth 25e per vard. forthcoming on their demand else the of the cities Wodne.-daThe roller mills -- c is our price per yard of alUilk 40 and 50 width taffoln Mr. Heniiy, who was left out of the the people, the majority at least,A act of location goes for naught. Mrs. ribbon, n 40o ulhy man jiurc. offer & cent, district do not want a change. anywhere else. Charles and Messrs. Uoward and Wal- deal entirely by Re.cd when he made of Judge Sautley 's qualities Is too val, L. Hook sunds us word from J. 25c will buy a nice India Percale Shirt Waist for ladles; reduced from ton were appointed a committee to se- up his Congressional committees, has 50c. to a community to be cast aside. Kinney that a now wheat buyer there 25c will buy a nice corset cover. sprung into a prominence on account of lect a farm within five miles of LexingWe need more men like him on the i3 paying lH)o. 25c will buy one pair ladies' kid mlts, just the thing for use In ton and not nearer than three, of not it, that must make Mr. Bailey green houo work. Etc. bench of Kentucky. If we had them Ovlo. the Hamlltonlan stallion, 25c will buy 2 pair ladles hose; just half their usual prico. exceeding 200 acres and persons having with envy. People had begun to think chapters In the history of the ot ut vaua-,h- , Ind., was burned In his 25c will buy mens' straw hats, worth 50 and 75c first of such farms for sale will please address that Texas had only one Congressman seiiMn. would have been written In a dif- - stable at that place, emphasized the fact by State the latter at Stanford. Mrs. Ynndell, till the speakor ferentveln. Keep Judge Sautley in. One hundred walnut trees, choice of Mrs. Charles and Mr. Conway were ap- snubbing Mr. Henry that there were at the position as long as he is willing to ;;, uath coun;v, t0i,i for jiioo and pointed the committee on building. least two. serve. Danville Advocate. will be exported to Europe. The next meeting will be at the Phoj-nl- x 50c will buy a Indies slipper tan or black. II. T. Bush has about 1)0 bushels of The Incomparable, Miss Elvira Syd-nHotel, Lexington, Sept. 21, when News Briefly Told 50c will buy the host Summer Corset, a fl quality. nice, big, white, rye seed for sale; Miller, speaks of an actress in her the work of the committees will be Times Tattler Column, as "clad only 50c will buy an extra good pnraol or timbre la. of the L. A: N., was made 20 bushels to the acre. Conductor Stout, passed on by the full board. O. P. Huffman bought of W. E. Law 50c will buy one pair of our POc striped cotton pants for men. The trustees have been greatly ham-i- , in her own loveliness." A pretty tak- ground to death by a train on the Main ing costume we should think, especial50c will buy the best blue double front overall pants. rence a bunch of fat hogs at 3c and of pored in their work by a lack of funds Line. ly for tho bald heads, but too scant for 50c will buy 4 yards best bed ticking, worth 25c per yd. J. W. Perrln some butcher stuff at 2Jc. with which to proceed and a disagreeAfter beinir a nrohibitlon town for 20 Pork packing at Chicago from March laaTThcso are real live bargains. All we ask is that you call and j.-tment as to the meaning of the Act, even these deliciously cool August years, Auburn, Ky., is to have open sa 1 nights. to Aug. 12, shows 8,2.10.000 heirs loons. whether two schools at different cities ' Tho explosi on of a bomb in the path a;aI."sl .50,W for tho same time last were intended or both on the same THE marriage of a couple at Galla' . tract of land, with the sexes separated tin, Tenn., besido the coffin of the fa- of President Faure in Paris, caused it Lynn A. UIMAKSKV k CO, PHoriiiwoiw. as far as possible. The first drawback ther of the bride who had suicided, was wild excitement Pleasants four 1,100 pound cattle at Ilje was solved by the Legislature passing doubtless to Impress upon tho couple Three men with Winchesters held up and of various parties a load of stock T. D. KAXKY, Manaoku. an act permitting trustees of eleemosy- that there was one sure way to get out the cashier and robbed the Pineville, hogs at.'lc. nary institutions to borrow money on of it if they found that marriage was a Mo., bank of ?f00. Dr.J.B. Owsley and L. C. King James McCllntock, for 41) yenrs a gro- bought of Dr. L. 11. Cook 'St tho credit of the State and the latter failure. by a compromise. The two schools are cer of Paris, is dead. He was an Odd old mules. IS of them mares, at So0 for is not a matter of much moment, Fellow for 10 years. to be on the same farm for the present It 2."1 and 2." for two. A Bardstown Negro ate a dozen boxand until experience 'demonstrates that but we pause to state that O. T. WalThe largest creamery In the world is the sexes should be even farther apart, lace, of Garrard, is the prohibition can- es of sardines nnd three cans of oysters located near St. Albans, Vt., converttho experiment to be tried before n didate for clerk of the court of appeals. in less than a half hour. ing the milk of 12,000 cows into, 10,000 A llttlo child of David KInnard, of large outlay of money is made. Like Brer Hlndman, Brer Wallace will pounds of butter daily. Adair, burned to death while her panot carry a precinct in tho State. California's crop of dried prunes this rents were from home. While in Louisville Tuesday, we year is estimated at 21,000 tons, andthe Is bad but there's no way of getIt Mrs. Rose Patrick, of Evansville, had the distinguished honor of seeing boarding houses are also getting ready for the first time, the notorious gum- ting around It. It is officially decided Ind., committed suicide because her to enjoy a little prosorlty. shoe statesman, alias Dr. W. Godfrey that neither the Hlndman or the popu- husband loved another woman. G. W. Jones writes from Somerset n '"Brother" Faulkner, a Hunter. The news that he would have list ticket can get on the ballot except by petition nnd who would sign such Dayton, O., sport, cut his throat be- that he will be here Saturday on his to stand trial at Frankfort for conspirway to Lancaster court with A't good "With Each Dollars' Worth of Goods Sold At My Store. cause he lost his all at a game of cards. acy to bribe, had evidentlv smoked him petitions we would like to know? two to steers. Two new Kentucky banks have been out of his rural retreat and he had h John S. Murphy, Jr., bought of Henri of Franco hasabout recovered Incorporated, the Bank of Georgetown doubtless come to work up a defense. already from the puncture of maro Anderson a pair of the subIn personal appearance tho doctor is a cutaneous cellular tissue that Count and the Farmers' Bank of Branden- mules 10 hands high for ?1.'U) and of I). decided disappointment to those who Turin's tabre made in his diaphragm. burg. George Wilson, a Carlisle Negro, was M. Anderson 20 sheep at $2.fi0. have only looked on the counterfeit me uuel was a mppouromc of a very found hanging to a sapling. There ap- Dollar wheat has been reached In presentments printed by tho press. ridiculous order. pears to bo no especial reason for his Madison but It was lor seed. S. A. They show him to be a man of rather Doathorage sold a part of his crop and distinguished bearing, but he is in They say that lightning doesn't taking off. another man .'100 bushels at that price. Burglars at Kenova, W. Va., after point of fact on the contrary quite the strike twice in the same place, but it F. P. Bishop, who was in Tonnosfco reverse. Heavy set and rather short camo very near doing so at Plattsburg, binding and robbing a woman poured last week in search of feeding cattle, Lutont and most approved 'tyliftiinri DeolgiiH. Every Instrument Uuumiitwd. A Oom- face. She can of legs, with sandy whiskers, approach- N. Y., the other day. A bolt descended carbolic acid over her pltto I II tells us he failed to buy any and that not survive. ing redness, eyes which stray all and struck only a few yards from Presof Danville, 111. tiiey are much scarcer In that Suite Henry Hamraell, around in furtive glance under n low ident McKinley. committed suicide and his wlfo died than in Kentucky. crowned hat rammed down to his The G. A. R. will hear some thrill- from the effects of tho shock three There wore 2,000 cattle on tho Mt. brows, he is anything but statesman Sterling market Mondny, with prices like in appearance, as he steals about ing oratory at the Buffalo encampment, hours later. Shuop Virgil Gallagher, of Galveston, Tex., from :i! to 4.10 for feeders. with cat like tread. In personal pulch- Gov. Bradley will be one of tho speakmurdered, his mother and attempted to brought $2.10 to $2 70; best of mule colts ;jT"AiiiI Surreal .iippllts n Specl.iU We j," im.t e Price und Quullt), ritude Deboe has much tho best of him, ers. to $10 and fat mules tiS." to 8100. destroy all trace of the crime by burn-'2- 0 even if his cranium may not be so well The demand for wheat In tho old ing the house. POLITICS & filled with gray matter. Louis Schell, of Cincinnati, attempt- - world is so great that vessels can not The commercial ratio of silver to ed to drown himself in the Ohio river wait for cargoes, but come over under The Winchester Democrat is disgold now is .'17 to 1. when he discovered that his wife was a ballast. The largest Ileet that ever gusted with the state of affairs since Secretary of State Finloy will be a tobacco chewer. sailed from England In that wav Is now the prohibition of open saloons went candidate for Congress In the 11th disThe anarchist, with the unpronounc-abl- o on tho ocean. into effect. It says that there are 17 A dispatch from New York yester name, who assassinated Premier places now in town holding government trict. Out of 1,0(19 in Mississip- Canovas in Spain, Is to be choked to terday said that wheat sold for 81 a license to sell whisky nnd they do sell bushel Wednesday. No. 1 Northern whisky, without paying a cent into the pi there have been but 07 republican death with the garrote. appointments. ( Stubbleficld, who has been a wheat for cash was quoted at that price John treasury, while the clly "goes on pilThe governor has appointed J. J. moonshiner ever since a tax was put on or 0 cents premium over September, ing up debt, her warrants dishonored, y2A 7 her credit so poor that she can not bor- Williams, of Mt. Vernon, one of the whisky, Is at last under arrest .in Ala- which wns !)(ie on curb. delegates to the Southern Irrigation bama. He is 70 years old. The Glnsgow News says that 33,000 row money without the personal inS Mrs. W. II. Felton. a Geonrla wo to 810,000 worth of stock changed dorsement of her councilmen, all for Congress. Democrats generally will be glad to man of national fame, created 'a sensa- - hands there Monday, which was court what many of Its most ardent supporters will now admit Is a farco and a trav- know that Hon. John G. Carlisle will tion by declaring In favor of tho lynch- - day. There were a largo number of esty of law, order and justice." Tho be too busy with his law practice this Ingof Negroes guilty of criminal as mules offered, 111 large ones bringing , saiUt. '$7,-- to 8100, 22 cotton mules 8 15 to 880, trouble about prohibition falling to pro- fall to make any speeches. destroyed two gates f Turnpike raiders hoi.s0ri b ,t im w .. Since all the best Fedoral offices In hibit Is that those who are most earnI he , H J3mmuI1,h Wlls .,dimd , ,t ,a in Mason county Tuesday night. Thoroughbred Duroc Jersey EED HOGS, est in advocate of closing saloons think Georgia are going to Negroes, some of gates havo been replaced and the shcr- XnwnoP. Tuesday. KIttv B.. hnin,. the white rads are thinking of resorteverything is accomplished when they ill hns put three guards in charge of 1(1 to it, won the second race on the arc closed and immediately relax their ing to burnt cork for their faces. Mylirwteni woro dcImUxI from tliu Ut herds ol each. of thin l.miom lirwil ofmlnu In mttrral State A The indications arc that Hon. Nat Owing to the discouraging reports card, and a half hour later Tho Navy, efforts to stop the damna,blo traffic. In lltiicllil lot ofjilKnof (lllliri'iit ap'S fur ,ile. Ilrctl tMiwg u icialtr Sall'r.iiloiiKii:ir.iitev, other words they strive for the shadow Porter will have noopposition for Com- from Alaska towns, the Klondike fever 7 to 1, camo In lirst. There wore six sollciUil. Aililrt-starters in thu lirst race and nine in ... C!.. t und let tho substance go, ovldently be- monwealth's attorney in the Bowling l.. ilULlUll ilk .3UU T.i..,,.,..: ... ilUUVIKUi lb ..1....I UUIIJ ' ,t I,,,..,,, R. H. BRONAUGH, lieving that It Is much a sin to Green district since the death of II. E. prospectors are returning and inquiry j The Winchester Democrat reports Orchard, Kjr. ' sales of 1,28.'! export cattle at lj cents, sell whisky as it isttfllconso Its sale Evans. for tickets Is diminishing. mostly bou'ht by Uale: a lot of 000 lb. Justice Field, of the supremo court, and let tho tax payers get some benefit A Florida mob bound it who was appointed by President Lin- Negro boy with trace chains and threw lienors iur ouil. to in ,u, several car from it. loads of fat sheep There Is coln, has now served soveral days long- him over a blull Into a lake. Tho boy j a great demand for at 2i c. feeders at ets.and THE reason that so many speakers er than Marshall, who previously held had been found hiding In the room of the supply Is Inadequate to tho dc ' are rushing to the breach for the "Na- tho record. maud. a white girl at Uleoe's BlulT. of J. tional" ticket-I- doubtless found In tho The 8.V17.000 realized from tho sale been known that 10 J. J. Moore bought$'2 and II. Swono Ever since it has yearling steers ut two well-- I , fact that a law against throwing rotbonds lacks 8130,000 of being there is a bottle of liquor under the bred heifers at 8."2. Georgo F. Anderten eggs at them has been passed. Thoy enough to take up the asylum warrants northwest corner of the court-hous- e son sold to J. II. Dillingham, sheriff of IsJ Receiving his- should remember, however, that there and new interest-bearin- g warrants for nearly everybody Is In favor of tear- Butte county, Missouri, tho noted comof. n speakChester. The W. arc other ways the purpose havo been Issued. ing It down. The quart Is so aged that bined stallion, King was wunurawn at a. iarm er besides pelting him with unsound The republican convention at Owens- - It Is valued at Chlpley, Ga. 800,uaiuweuwas R. G. Evans' bid. Ad- which ' boro Bplit and the Franks faction noml- hen fruit. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call: vocate. g,- - : The Louisville Commercial rmr?TT is bo-cau- Cuda-Actin- g THE J Post-ollic- Mstfille Store I non-unio- n carpet-bagger- i 5C BARGAINS lOe BARGAINS. I 2e 1 BARGAINS. 1 v. Me-uab- le J I own-sever- al 50e BARGAINS. or &8 , ,.,.. two-year- THE LOUISVILLE STORE. MONEY ! A 5c Money Order Good As Gold Given Away H. well-know- four-year-o- ld Jo-sia- J. McROBERTS. TRUSSES In-- I Fountain and Household Syringes, Hot Water and Ice Bags, CRAIG HOOKER. SIDING, I METAL ROOFING. FLOORING, post-ofiic- cs A.C.S1NE,(L STANFORD, CEILING, yQ KV. FINISH. J Farm and Yard Fence. , Corrra-uiiileiic- o noX-S- ! 1 H.CRUPUY, -- s e 1 TfIE MERCHANT TAILOR I 8500.-Entcrprl- -- FALL AND WINTER f GOODS. ?- - . rtfli laim -- VAifc. 1t1i.fnwingMln.iBiiitma.iW'rwiwa.ti,.i.i.M.,.g MIHBVnl99inKanHpmMmFiRnnil il" WlflM J P WJ iiiijPinyn,IMPi SJJLJ.i-- " .a ks " " 1 u lip THEINTER10R JOURNALS 20, Stanford, Kv., August country Hhnuy U. K'nu.i:it, oniarrodHbuix', It was fet on ire. still living nt Brownstown, Ind. Sho ,,, brolhoi( Goor(,0 Ci K Ih vWlInj, Whkat is still advancing. Store pased tho century mark this week. lor, Jr. Bazll Weaver, aged 21, and Miss your wheat with us. Thoso who have Prescriptions are filled right and COL. D. W Reynolds, 18, wero married at at right prices at Penny's Drug Store. is visiting his Tririilk, of Madison, stored have gotten thu benefit of 10 to sister. Mrs. P. P. 10 cents por bushol rise. J. II. Ilaugh-ma- n G. T. Hinds', near Bee Lick, yesterday. Sc Co. The scmires of hiw..... in. ......... .j PERSONALS. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Hhddins, of cuionuie prices of murrvlmf until Tin: tax books are now ready nnd some of thorn now ofTcr a Mrs. J. K. IIrl'ck continues quite Kansas City, aro guests of Mr. and Mrs. ehromo to tie you will ploaso come forward and settle the knot. S. P. Sfigg. '" Mrs. It. L. Wiiitk went up to Cor-bi- n Dink Farmhr started up to tho at once. This is my last year and unWashington society is all torn up Tuonduy. Urodhoad fair yesterday with ono of less your taxes aro pa'd you may expect the Corean minister palmed off Horn to the wife of W. A. Moberly, his famous runners. to sec your proerty advertised. T. D. a dancing girl, to whom ho was not of I lowland, a girl. MRS. It. S. LYTLKand Hobble Pen- Newland, S. L. C. married, as his wife. Miss SulsWn.uii IlAl.lt Is visiting ny accompanied Mr. It. S. Lytlo to With telephone exchange polos, the Mrs. Lena Colllngworth, of Bell friends In Sotnuraut. London and Pittsburg yesterday. Hustonville and Liberty telephone county, starved herself to death beMr. And Mrs. h. h. DaNRS wont to Mrs. John A. Haldkman, of Louiscause her husband deserted her. She Louisville yesterday. ville, passed up to Crab Orchard yes- H)les, the electric light and other poles MR. ClKOIKJK II. McKlNNISV was terday to visit her mother, Mrs. John Stanford is getting pretty thick with had eaten nothing for5J days. The arrest of Albert Kneeland in IH)les and puoplo aro kept on the looksome iKjltor jobtorday. Huehanau. New Mexico for bigamy and brought to Mrs. W. A. Triiiiim: Is visiting her DR. E. J. Drown and wife, Miss Ma- out dodging them. St. Joe, Mo., for trial, developed the parents In Mason county. mie Mattingly and Messrs. A. G. EastTin: L. it N. will sell round trip fact that he has 10 living wives. G 1:01:111: L. I'KNNVwur.ltothc Nash- land and It. H. Million went up to thu tickets to London and Junction City at A South Dakota man lias a scheme to ville K.H)sitiou Tuesday. Ilrodhead fair yesterday. one fare for the round trip, beginning send :100 marriageable girls to Alaska V. 1J. McKomkrts and family Mr. A. L'ltRANSKY, ono of tho proprie- Aug. 2Ti, and good until tho 28th, on acin the early spring. Girls wanting to aro at Crab Orchard Springs. tors of tho numerous Louisville Stores count of the Laurel county fair and the marry will plersc not all speak at once. MR. V. II. Shanks Joined his wife In this Slate, Including tho one here, Is colored fair at Danvlllu. S. M. Tray nor, of Boyle, aged 42, at her parents' in MadUon Wednesday. vory ill of stomach trouble in Louisand a widower, and Miss Bottle Wi: havo received from C. It. Itollins, Miss Kitik DfRNirrr, of Winches- ville. ter, Is the guest of Mrs. John P. Davis. Mrs. Ed Nkvius, who has been very Lawrenceburg, a copy of the Kentucky Vuught, 22, wero married at the bride's MRS. D. II. SKINNKR, of the West low of typhoid fever, Is improving un- Calendar which contains very valuable homo near Shelby City Wednesday. An Ohio county mother who attemptEnd, was the guest of Mrs. W. L. E- der the careful nursing of Miss Pattio H)litlcal Information of the vote of this ed to gut rid of a young man's visits to van. McPherson, of the Joseph Price In State und others. He will send It nnd El) WILKINSON wont up to Hrodhend his iKwk, the "Money Laws of tho her daughter by scalding him has been Urinary. Tuesday to run a burbot1 shop during called on by a jury to pay $250 damMr. and Mrs. Zan Dcddhrar, Mr. United States" prepaid for 25c. ages. the fair. and Mrs. C. P. Sluoky and Mossrs. Ed Mr. and.Mrs.Grkknmicrrv nitiuirr It - dry, very dry, and tho crops are Tho news comes from Atlanta that and Fox Dudderar and Phil Soden, of siUfuiing. Mr. T. J. Toter, the sexton tho famous Confederate soldier, Gen. are seeking health at Crab Orchard Ioulsvlllo, attended the burial of Sam- at Springs. says that In digging James Longstreet, Is engaged to be uel I. Duddorar Wednesday. Jlmmjk W. K. Carson wont to a grave Wednesday ho did not strike married to Miss Ellen Dortsch, assisto Miss Lou Clark, thu accomplished the least" Wednesday to vllt his son, Jns. bit of moisture for throe ant Stuto librarian. Ho is 70, she 25. ulooutlonlst, writes us that she will bu feot At a wedding in Langley, New Yorkt or more. Showers aro promised T. Carson. at the St. Asaph Hotel next Tuesday by the signal service and EKNKST Warriuc, atIBtJint agent at unless they tho bride, bridegroom, best man and from 10 to o'clock for the purine of are Pltusbiirg, spent a few days with his forthcoming tho corn will be cut bridesmaid were all deaf and dumb. seeing any ono u ho desires to take The bridal pair nodded "I will" and short half in many localities. lut tints here. in the art in which sho so charm pledged their troth by pointing to the W. Watson mid daughter, Mrs. J. ingly excels. It is hoped that many Lmt'.RTY Fair. U.' S. Itoxroat, of words In their prayer books. Miss N'annle, went to thu Ilrodhead will embrace tho opportunity to add tho Tribune, tolophonos us that the Henry C. Hansborough, U. S. Sena fair yesterday. this accomplishment to their list. Liberty fair will be held Sept. &, I) and tor from North Dakota, and Miss Mary Mr. J. II. Va.nhooic, thB MelCIunuy 10 and that a splendid catalogue, which Berry Chapman, of Washington, D. druggist, d through to the IlrodHOME NEWS, he hai forwarded to this oflioo to be C, wero married at tho Hotel Burlinghead fair yesterday. printed, has been gotten up. Tho ton, New York. Tho bride is tho auJ. L. Tottkn has gone to Warrun SCHOOL clock io at Dunks'. premiums this year will be more liber- thoress of a volume of poems. county to sell Supurlor Drills and may School books atW.ll. Mcltoborts.' al than those given at the previous Tho young women of Emporia, Kas., Ikj absent two months. fairs there. W. 11. Wilkinson was have formed an organization and pledgMr. and Mrs. William Giskr are Ml.XRD Spices at Warren A: Shanks'. chosen president, John Elliott, vice ed themselves not to go with men who back from a delightful trip to relatives LUNCH Ihiskots and Uoxes all sizes president, and U. S. Itoxroat, secre- drink, smoku or swear. If their numin Illinois and Missouri. tary. bers arc largo and they stick to their at Warren A; Shanks'. Mr. J. A. Carpkntkr, thu now mm in at Perry ville, was up WednesHustonvilm:. George D. Weath-erfor- d pledge there's going to bo a great many Stork-rooin Commercial Hotel day greeting old friends. telephoned us tho following old maids in Kansas the lirot thing they for rent. Apply to A. C. Sine. items yesterday afternoon: Mrs. Chloc know. Wai.lck Wai.tkr, who has boon spending his vacation here, returned Wit will pay Sic in trade for fresh Hoglo fell in her back yard yesterday Abram Wolf, whose carriage ran to Klngsville Wednosday. afternoon and broke ono of her hips. over nnd killed Maymc Stout at Louisoggs this week. Warren A; Shanks. MKSSRS. S. M. Al.LKN and J. W. Sho is quite old and it is feared that ville, has been sued for $10,000 damages IIOl'SK KOR Kknt. On Logan Ave- the accident will hasten her end. Clarke, of Mlliortburg, visited the and tho driver, a Nogro, held for mannue, jOssusslon Sept. 1. J. "K. Novlus, Town Marshal James Devers, who atMisses Woods here this week. slaughter. tempted suicide a inonth ago, has takMrs. Flora Com:, who has been the at the Holler Mills. Col. George Itobert Gill, who was guest of Mrs. Hov. J. H. Crouch, reSr.VRRANCK A: SONS' linen sale is en a turn for tho worse and can live soaked with water by a joker sitting in turned to her homo nt Ludlow Wednes- still on and the people arc taking ad- but a few hours. Messrs. T. L. Car- front of tho Central Hotol at Maysvllle, day. penter and W. G. Cowan have sold has sued tho hotel company for $25,000 vantage of tho low prices. MR. AND MRS. J. C. CORMINICY, of their wheat, about 3,000 bushels, to J. damages. Lancaster, wore hero Tuesday to meet HlllCK. Messrs. Pence it Greening T. Voris. of Huririn. nt S!)c. Miss Jennie Penrce, of Pino Point, Miss Kato Cormlnoy, of Louisville, who started their brick'inaklng machine Yt. who had been deaf and dumb for 10 Hio Prkachbr. Itev. C. Smothers, camo to visit thorn. yesterday. Thoy can turn out nearly of Versailles, who lias been assisting years, regained her hearing during a MR. F. P. HISIIOP, wife and Miss i",000 per day. . Viuloriu Hlshop, aro back from a do- Itev. G. W. Dolling In tho Chautauqua thunder storm when lightning struck TlIK 0h)ra Houo managoment is horo, is tho biggest preacher that has the house sho was in. lichtful visit to thu Nashville ExposiJ. A. Hand and Bud Shepherd,- conbooking a number of attractions, but honored Stanford in many n day in tion and Mammoth Cave. MRS. W. P. Walton entertained a they do not begin to appear till tho avotrdujM)is, If nothing elsu. Ho tips victs, havo confessed to wrecking a tho beam at Ml, mcasuics o feet Southern Railway train near Raleigh, number of young HopIe Wednesday middle of September. evening in honor of her guest, Miss nround the waist and has a head so N. C, in 18'Ji, in which 40 persons wero killed or wounded. MoituTiXHPHONis. Messrs. M. 3. largo that ho is compelled Marilu Harris, of Nashville. .t J. W. Daughman havo completed a hats made to order. Itev. to have his The dog shelter, established at LexMrs. Annii: J am its has joined her Dolling, who ington, is a success. Up to dale mother at I,c.ingtoi). Shu will be telephone line from their stable to ought to know, says he is a lino preach- ?i)3 has been collected in dog tax and their homes on the Somerset plko. d In her church hero as greatly er. Dy the way tho Chautauqua has nearly 100 worthless cur? have been well as oy the community In goneral. Wb congratulate Editor and Mrs. proven a decided success financially killed for their hides and tallow. Mrs. .1. D. Johnston, who has boon Clarence E. Woods, of Richmond, on and otherwise, we are informed. W. B. L. Davis, a wealthy farmer, inonth with relatives and the arrival of their first born a little spending a Miss Ellrn Dallou's studio will near Itockmart, Ga., was killed and his friends bore, baa returned to her homo girl, even if it is tho beginning of tribe in tho Myers House for the session house partially wrecked by the exploat Harrodshurg with her little daugh- als and great tribulations for them. of Finger and hand gymnastics sion of dynamite cartridges which had ter, Joett. Land Sam:. W. U. Hill has bought with the Practice Clavier will be used been placed under the stove to dry. Mrs. Jank Ukigins, of Kirksvlllu, As the outcome of a feud between was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. of the heirs the old Maj. Jones farm of as the necessary aids to form good husbands Mrs. technie and give H)wcr and flexibility their Minerva Young, Jano Young and HIggins on her return from a visit to 210 actus near Mt. Salem for if'i.OOO and of Lesllo county, Mrs. her daughter, Mrs. Adelia WwmIh, at lias moved his family, including his to the lingers. A metronome will be met at a spring and fought, and thu fornow boy, to it. He will rent his farm used to perfect time. All pupils will mer was cut to death with a butcher Iiustonvtlle. bo required to study Harmony and to knife In tho hands of the latter. They Mr. J. L. Froiiman, of Danville, near Turnorsvillo. sisters-in-laplay occasionally in public. Now Eng- were was here Wednesday. Ho sucurod Mr. Bio SNAKi:. lludd Hiatt, who lives land Conservatory of Music, Boston, Joecu D. Wearon as his agont for the on the Danville pike, tells us that ho Mus.We the undersigned teachers new tailoring establishment he has rekilled a "cow sucker" snaku which was of the Now England Conservatory of cently opened. Dr. ani Mrs. Lhb F. Huffman re- as large around as an ordinary man's Music desire to express our full en- House and Lot at McKinnov arm and which measured five feet, sev- dorsement of thu Practice Clavier as House contains rooms, liallwuy, ucccisu. turned yesterday from a pleasant iicri--ory outbuilding-.- . at Old Point Comfort, and Miss en Inches in length. It was in his yard an entirely useful addition to piano- Coi.liloriMl iiiiu of Aboutboil ',locations land.a for and was trying to make its way into the forte teaching. By its proper iiso tho liomu atIcKluuuy.thu Anno HulTman came to meet them from HOWMAX SMITH. house. beginner, as well aa tho advanced playIliistouvillc, whero she has been spender, can overcome thu mechanical diffing a month with relatives. LexingYou can go to Chattanooga FOR RENT. ton Leader. row by the Cincinnati Southern and re- iculties much more rapidly and thorMr. M. L. Hanhy, of tho class of '1)7, turn Monday for j2. This is cheaper oughly than by former methods. SignTwelve acres of land inllo ftom KcKIu-nulias k'ood houso of 5 rooms' and good Centre College, has accepted thu chair than staying at homo and considering ed by Carl Faolton and the entire fnc- outbuilding. For Information apjilv to O. of Latin and Greek in tho West KenA. W.iLTEit. KluRsvllle, or Jesse wai.teh, how much cun bo seen around that city ulty. tucky College, South Carrollton. Mr. made historical by the civil war, it is Duddkrar. Samuol 1. Dudderar, Stanford, Ky. Haney is well qualified, both by native thu best excursion advertised this sea- youngest son of Col. and Mrs. W. HulT and acquired accomplishments, to till son. Dudderar, died at 3 o'clock Tuesday tho K)sItiou to which ho was elected, morning of consumption, aged 20. and his success is assured in advance. Tin: republican county committee Whllo it had been apparent for a year Of mureliants who wp quote you a few sta' Advocate. Mr. Ilanoy is tho only will meet Saturday afternoon for tho ph) articles or so that tho dread disease was gnawson of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Haney, for- purpose of nominating candidates for ing at his vitals, his death was a sudcounty judge nud representative. Jas. den merly of this place. one, for it was only tho evening o Knw and Mrs. W. E. Ellis wore S. Young, of Highland, is a now entry that ho was up feeling fairly well Ami make It back with blglnloroit on pxids detained and did not arrive till Wed- for judge, wo are told, but It looks like and as you are notso well postud on. cheerful us ho ever was. Ho nesday, a few hours before tho recep- Mr. J. T. ltosu vlll by nominated. Mr. of his family Roniumbur we iiieut all such jirlccs and on makes tho fourth member tion planned for thorn by Mis Anno Chappoll will no doubt bo nominated other goods no can consumption, his brother Will In place of II. D. to dlo of Shanks and Mrs. Will Severance at the for representative preceding him to tho grave only about lattor's home. Several hundred called White withdrawn. three months. "Sammy," as ho was Save You from 10 to 20 Per during tho hours and tho cordiality Cent. Ckah Orchard Prrsonals. Miss familiarly known, was au exceedingly with which thoy woro greeted by every Lilly Mark.--, whom tho Now Orleans clever, manly boy and few wero thrown And sometimes more, Coino Jto ono of their old friends must havo fillmore than Slates speaks of us "Mayor Flowers' with him who did not learn to like him. tors. Wo will send ed tho hearts of the recipients of tho pleased. steno Ho was a member of tho Goshen church honor witli jn'oator lovo for tho people handsome and accomplished that lovo them so much. Hofreshments grapher," Is spending her month's va and had been u regular attendant at its TANNER BROS., McKinney, Ky. wero served and udded to tho enjoy- cation at Mrs. Martha Harris' at Crab services for several years. His father ment of the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Orchard. Sho is accompanied by hor tells us that ho was ready and willing lint will nmkn their hcadnuarters at Marks, who Is in to dlo and that ho la satisfied that ho Mrs. Lou Shanks', but friends will con- sister, Miss of entertain- chargo of one of tho kindergarten is now8afo In thu fulror land above. Aftest with her tho honor ing them. schools In tho Crescent City. Misses ter services at tho house ut 10 o'clock STANFORD, KY. Mr. Ellis has consented to preach at Eva Stcger and Lockio Dillion aro on a Wednesday his remains wero laid to tho Christian church at 11 A. M. Sun- short visit to friends at Itockcastle rest In Buffalo Cemetery in tho pres- AU kinds of reptirinp done at reasouable rites day, which announcement will bo reRiver. ence of a largo assemblage of friends. Upholstering a sjecla)ty. bausuctloa gusraoecU. ceived with delight. L. C. ur, alto.v, Jiiwixnss Manaokr. Ar-mlnt- I. W. Fish has returned from j Ni:v waist euts, links, dress pins, to rolutlvud In the East Knil. MflTRjMONIHL. pearl studs. Dunks, the Jeweler. 01.. WIXCH wont to Lou Andy Tolllver, u widower of 72, was vacant house belonging to Paul married at ycaturdny to IiiivoIjIh eyes treated. Carlisle, Ind., to Mrs. Jullu Mits. Dit. w. h. o'nAKxo.vundchll- - Hofmanu near Ottonhelm, wjis burned Withers, (15. 1897 Wednesday night. It Is thought that dron uro attending thu Hrodhcad fair. The oldest old maid In tho Is 3 Faraita, .......! I I u.u. h- - Carpets, Wall Paper, MATTING. ft i Nun-nelle- y. I .. We are mnkinj M;iuimmi, i.ii you wilt then kno- - we !,..,, pr.ct'8 t i,,r ouinill oi ,e lIle . go-,,,!- . ....." il..i:ii ... w iikmiiii I'liriirii :..;., iiti .""". .Ul .... nn.mn ...., ,,..n Clou .innn ilium pruiut. .......W.W....1 .in. m ? inilSQ I. IllILF oiiivs . . 11 II . .' . - np in ..rwt.1 Whim vnii .rv.r ,.,- Our aim jn making these tin- ". """ 11 cuinMf vrn.cn met has .!... ijiii. 11' jiii! iii'ii. ,v lms- i. w.w inr iii: ITOlM S. ... rri W. W. be-cau- Branch Store at Ilutoimllo, WITHERS. STlVFORD. IT. K. ininitK, Manager. ipiS 1 &&Fm &53Sag? 8Wm Ei. ? ti Scfioof Books. Everything In & 'jZ. 8 s m i A; stock to supply I 1 m jour wants. And Stationery nt thv Lowest Cash SCHOOL TABLETS Price. W. B. MoR.OBER.TS. DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. ZTaI r & M "5J $ $m wmMmmmmk$MkWM -- t' If you want- - Loul--vlll- 1 los-so- ns The Best Disc Drill On ecrth call on B. Jv. "Wearon & Son, who will also sell you Buggies, Carriages and Road Wagons as low a.s the lowest. i OR DISC HARROW pa--e- B. K. WEAR EN & SOV. mmwmm:mmmw&wmwMm s mnd joat-inast- er m m Table Linen Facts. Table Linen Figures. Tho Story is Easily Told. Under the Din n- nv Table Linens will be 20 to 35 Per Cent. Higher. o-"- IB I Wo o'fur 20 plttcc nuw -- --- juttorns fine Irish 8 prleos that I.lnons ever reached and German goods nt In this country. loot m - Come Let Us Save You Money. Coloied Damns' at 25c. HOo, 33c and 50c. Half Wenched Damask 25c, Sic llleaeh Damask 40, 5.V. T.V, !()', tio. Napkins all of the above at correct figures. These goods are worth 10c to 25c more on tho yard. Crashes. Touelsiuul each In great variety. IWe, Jso, G5i VAa ml-se- SEVERANCE rmm?HII:7JMIcVft & SONS. ",tT-9- S. immwEmmmmjmmmmi !aas' Eo? Remedy NOT ONLY o: s..:i.:e. 1 Prevents Your Hogs from Dying, A G f tSTlUu makes them fatten. sure cuie. r. S y; PENNY'S DRUG STORE. 4b-1- iu The Woods are Full At Cost or Less, be-for- fi . ij u V n H.D.PHILLIPS, Gun and Look Smith. Tho Htwt Is ulwuyM Imltutcd. Tho Sujwrlor Is tho Gunulno Disc Drill. Has boon ttMcd und elves satisfaction. All other DUc Drills aro au oiHr!nioit and uu uuo on tho SujerIor. Suit has been entered In tho U. tf. Court Farmers, Investigate before buying, for Infringement. thor-ouL'h- ly aalit com-jian- y I I HIGGINS & M'KINNEY. tkitfi'i6t - - h sijJvuw sm a. - w-- v - """ -- "'- -- - ;; k '"TO1 Lincoln Circuit Court. Dofi-ii-ilon- w The Boyle Institute for white teach ers begins at Perryvillo next Monday. Skltaw. J. W. Kawllnps, superintendent; T. E. and. rrliaro Caldwell, instructor. MiddlebUrg, Casey Co. Prof. J. II. Condor ntid wife, of 2 PJCUYlpAU IX Vr) VjUs'CK Ellsha GllTord has been very ill Orleans, Ind., are inicsts of Mr. Lln- - When not to paid SC.SO will I charged. stomach trouble. S3sfle. From what we know of Prof. ConHriigglsts dor we predict a successful fcchool at The school is progressing nicely, The True Jleuiedy. about 100 being in attendance. Junction City this year. Liberty Is making great preparations W, M ltepine editor Tlskllwa, III.. 'Chief," Miss Clara Goode, of Lexington, visfor the entertainment of the visitors tit says. "We vtou't keep house without Or. King's forCoiisiimptlnii, Mrs. ited friends Colds. mbd. and children here. been E. J. Tanner the reunion of the 1st Kentucky Sept. New Hlscuverr wnii many otners. t'oughtandcut the time .xperuiiciiieu hut inner visiting Mrs. have true remedy until we used Iir Kind's New I)lcov. ery. No other remedy ran take Its place, In our Owens at the Tuttle House. Mr. W. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. in it " e, fur will glvo Coughs,a Colds, we naie a certain ami mireltcure Idle The Baptist Sunday-schoO. Speed, of Somerset, is at Mr. Jos. Whooping Cough, etc" is to Trains leave Stanford at 7 10 a. m. and 4 p. in a picnic at somo suitable place the 1st urged on you as ith other remedies, even If they are Hooker's. p. in. returning at 4. i") in. and 'J Just as gtsMl as lr. King's New Discovert-They as Rev. Taylor, of Georgetown, begun a day of September. All other denomi edy has a record ofare notandgood, li.HauvMlili remIs guaranteed cures KNOXVILLE DIVISION. nations welcome. It neur tills to satisfy. Trial bottsles Ireo at protracted meeting at the Baptist W. 11. McKoherts' Drugstore. 12 37 p in .. The protracted meeting closed at No. 24 Train going North Sunday night and at the lirst 3 13atu church " ' No. 25 " Methodist church Sunday. There were 12 04 pin Invitation Mr. and Mrs. C. It. Slaugh" South No. 25 ' liucklin'g Arnica Sulvr. 27 p ni " " No. 23 " Tho nest ter, of Oakland, united by letter. I3ro. tive additions. A meeting commences nrn.. Illi.tr salve In the world for cuts., lirul.es For allll'olntt. , mitt .Iiaiii.. .... ..... ....a..!, r..v..M P"in, tetter, chap Taylor is a consecrated young minister at the Christian church next Sunday peil hauils, rhllldaiiis, corns and &.. skin eruptions, all TUUO'KIU TICKETS M)M night. ItKltlvely cures pllesor no pay nipilre.!. Ills UAGGACiE CHECKED THKOUGH. and we hope his labors here will be gunra.iteel to give satlslactlon or moiiev Chairman Sims, of the boltocracy, abundantly blessed. Tor any Information enquire ol l'rlct 25 ciits jer box. Kor sale by Vv. 11. , Dru(rglst. public school be rins claims 50,000 votes in Kentucky. We The Stanford JOE S. MCE, Agent, Stanford, Ky. Monday, Aug. ,'10 at S:4. a. m. to con- would like to know where he will get "Jlny I kits you. MUs asked tinue six mouths. We urge all pa- them. Two of the three Casey bolters young .Mr. Muggins. QUEEN & CRESCENT. 'llsivo trons to see that their children start will support the democratic staudard nsked the you uver klsteil i girl lieforo?" Young liulv. Trains, pass .Junction City as follows: bearers. "Never! ' iissorveruted tho young ni.tii. on this date, so as to avoid confusion 4 02 p in 11 57 a ni No. 2 North No. HSouth "Then you tuny kiss me. Tdr.iw tliu line Prof. V. T. Ford, RewW. E. Foster 3 4'iam 1121pm " 4 " No. 3 " in classification. Mr. Grubbs will 3u p m " No. 5 " 112tani " and O. It. Jones attended the Baptist ut men "ho kits ami tell." tO a m board at Mr. B. K. Wcaren's " 10 " 6 nnd can S 20 p tu No. 9 " association at Somerset. Prof. Ford TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Note Nos. 5 and do not run Sundays, 9 and 10 be found there after Aug. 27. rto no further South than junction city, nettner went in the interest ot his school at Take laxative llromo Uulnlne Tablets. All io they run Sundays. Tumbler Baker, our colored preach- this place and came back greatly en- Druggists refund the money If it falls to Cure. lor sateliyw 11. Jlclloberts, Craig A Mocker ami (i. er and contractor, is erecting on the couraged. FRANKFORT AID CNCINNATI RY. L.. fenny, Druggists, Ky. to-da- y. -- E INTERIOR JOURNAL Shelby City. young as ho did tu his robust, youthful days between 70 and SO years ago and I believe ho could whip a bear Free Pills. Send jour address to 11. li, Hnrklen A Ch. frea Mt'U'lo ?!!50.a.n,., "et f Ir. Kind's New Lira I Ills. A trial will convince on ofthelr merit. The-M- j pills nru easy In action and are iiarluu-Iarletlcctlw in Die euro nf constipation nnd Mik iic.iu.iciio inr .Malaria aim l.tver troubles thev hate 1vvii proved Invaluable, they areKiiarautecd to he perfectly free from every deleterious sutntaiict and to Impurely vegetable They do not weaken hy ton.) to stomuclio of and their action, l.ut hv Riving the sjstem. Isiwels greatly linieunile per 11 Mcltoherts, Sold hy y t., The Winter Of Your Discontent- is Past. To Knjoy lite Sumtnur go to nsroTias. Win. Iluliltlc, Cotiinillti'i of Sin'iierr lluli- bio, I'liiliitltr, vs. Sin'iitvr lulil)li'. .Notice. I'urMiitiit to mi order of tho iiIkivo Court nt tlie Juno term. 1M7, till imthoiih Imvln viilltl debts nnd cliilms iit;ttliist tlie (lefenilent. iHUit'er Hubble, on the ITlli iluv nf NovtMiilier, 1MM1, nrv notllled lo iiroiluvn their ilebtt utul clutins proR'rlv iis required by liiw to tno In tnj olilco nt Ky.. on the 21st duy t August, l'JT It. i WAItltCN. ul-.Miigtuii-fotil, li. 1j 0. CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS. Address for Terms, Ac., Coin'r l.ln. Clr C't PIANOS AND 011GANS. Decker Ilros'. Pianos, Ilaluos Ilros' IMauos, Klllngtoii Pianos, I). II. Ilalilwlti Pianos, Pianos, Ac. Kstcy Orgiuis. Ilnmlllon Organs and other Makes. See my Goods and Get My Prices Iluforo ou . 10 W. T. WlllfK, Crab Orchard. litij-l'l-ch- er ol 0V5 . GITS. H0FMAN1T, Propriotor, 32 m Crnli Orchard, K 1 v McKol-erts- Ten-.iHitr- " Stock of Millinery, embracing Kverythlng Csuully Curried. Store-riKwell located mid runt reasonaMISS M. S. LOGAN. ble. Terms easy. llustouvllle, Ky. A well-sWeet40-lt- eot FOR SALB. .. - carefully, ii JOIIMi tASTLKMA.V. A. G. Labium, F.REI D.Stanford, Ky., INSURANCE COMPANY Has for Sato OF LIVERPOOL. AI- 1 GOLDDUST HORSES, Tor btith Saddle and Harness PurjKises. hO Shcrt-Horn (! - B3BBEE S CaSTLEHM. MANACtKltS, VIA GEOUtihrOWN. 1M T. X. A. M. 2(00 8 05 720 fi 10 315 4 50 1155 Lve. Somerset, Ar 12 55 " Jet. City. "1131 Arr Georgetown, Lt 9 35 ' Frankfort, 30 P. M. A. M 8 20 3 00 5 30 "6 630 Arr" Pail 8 40 Dally except Sunday lot of Mrs. Maggie Robinson a frame house, the lowerpartof which she will rent to the trustees of the col ored school, the upper to be used as a hall for general purposes. Mr. ,Sam Hardin, of Danville, is furnishing the two-stor- y Stanford, CASEY COUNTY TEACHERS. IMtOGHAM OF AN ASSOCIATION MKUT- - Sloan's Liniment cures criimi or colic and all aches ami pain. W. li. Jlcllobertsjitis It. m Jorsoy and Cattle, Poland China Hcgs, Southdown Sheep. Choice Individuals of lie- -t strains. Call or ur vranu. write -- Commerce Building-- , Louisville. Accnts Throughout the outli. INO. C.D.BEKCAW,G. P. A. Royal make the food pure, wholesome and delicious. material. The Christian Endeavor-unectlnSunday evening was a very interesting one. Matt. Engleman was leader and he was followed bv readings, songs and sentence prayer from nearly every member of the society. Messrs. E. L. Grubbs and George Arons gave interesting" and encouraging talks and all felt that it was a. Vice-President . I f t MG0(0i!0(N10(M mo MM At the same time and place will sell live esting and instructive to both old- and the arrival of twins. A Chicago man pawned his legs for stock and stock and crop, consisting of younp. Mr. George Washington Cays, necessary to add Twelro Geo Feeding Cattle, a L:t of YearIs of Danville, who for .'14 years worked in whisky. It hardly lings. Thoroughbred Jorsoy Cows, Calves, the old mill here, says he feels more at that they were cork. Horses, llules, Sheep, Hogs and about 20 Mr. and Mrs. John Cole, of Vance-burhome when he visits it titan elsewhere Stacks of Hay. have the third pair of twins withon this tcrrestlal sphere. He is an in Tciims or Sai.k I'or htock and crop nil in live years. oyer that amount 3 teresting old gentleman and his refersums under e'.'Oca-Johnson M. Mundy, the New York mouths tlmeou notes with approved secuence to a political barbaoue near Dan rity. Tho land will be sold for is ciisli; the remaining In eijual M0IN1OMMOIMIOMM ville In his youthful days, the iirst of sculptor, dead, aged 01. payments of and 2 jears, legal Intuiest, OF BROOKLYN. the kind, where and when 1(5 jilts, each LAST EXCURSION TO ATLANTIC THE POPULAR notes to Ih. dated from day of sale and Hen IU 0D yards long, were used to convert CITY. retained on land until all notos mo paid. MOM every kind of "wild nnd tame meat" On Thursday, August 2(lth tho Chesa- I'or further Information,I'. apply to Will). Kxecutor. Caledonian : 'l U'.wi n mAtniwjJki.&it VL. into burgoo, while all sorts of jugs with peake & Ohio Hy. will run tho last excontents of "enthusiasm" hung on cursion of tlie season from Lexington Co., of Scotland. every bush, is entertaining. This ocand Central Kentucky to Atlantic City l?OUNDUD 1BOG. casion preceded the casting of his first and Capo May. Round trip only $111 I will effer at public sale (If vote and he is now 8(5, which dates It not sold priand tickets good 12 days. Stop R. B. back 03 years. A fellow is "preaching" will bo allowed In Washington on over vately beforehand) on reSjTANKOISI, ky. around in the vicinity of Milledgovillo turn tripandat White Sulphur Springs Wednesday, Sept. 15, '97, who ran oil from Pulaski with another and Covington, Va. Those who have My farm situated two miles from Crab Prman's wife, leaving his own family Lancaster not gone to the seashore this Summer elum! on the Dlx Klver, and I'rnb Orchard and containing turnpike, on there to shift for themselves. He is a should WVJIM take advantage of this trip. d geranium and "preachroit ACRES OF GOOD LAND. nights will bo and ed" a few nights ago to the Negroes Thetoo warm during cool day. weather 630 not the The Said land will bo sold In three tracts, de-around Milledgevillo for 2j cents, hcribcd as lollows: surf bathing of the season. Tract No, which price was 100 per cent, about ISO 1M01M1M M for services rendered. He's a too high Through sleepers to Philadelphia Land, which 1, containing residence, Acres of Includes the n brick mighty from Lexington via Chesapeake & ONE CENT A MILE and frame with rooms and 3 halls, 'J large Ohio )M M30 good caso for ofllcers to Investigate and bams, good Ice house and other outbuildroute, making Immediate connection ings, good orchards, well watered; lu fact n if these things be true, bo should be for the coast. For maps and time cards desirable farm; 39 acres In woodland; 35 lu BIG FOUR ROUTE," in jail or in the penitentiary in the and sleeper reservations call on or cultivation and remainder in grass. 1 MM ACCOUNT Tract No. 2 coiitalnnbout 100 Acres, adnext HO days, instead of dispensing in write your railroad agent, or Geo. a ignorant manner that which he Is Barney, dla. pass, agt., Lexington, W. joining tract No, a and has upon It good resian 31st Annual orKy. dence of 4 rooms, tenant house, chard, 30 acres lu cultivation, 30 acres lu utterly unacquainted with the Gospel. Encampment, remainder In woodland. 3 great patriotic meetings. All tramp preachers should bo looked Three grass and tho contains alxiut '.'SO Acres, Tract No. 3 up and tho key thrown away. AUC. 23 TO 28. tho other tracts, has upon It a burr Tho greet meetings occur this fall in the Bchool hero is being taught by Miss North. Tho G. A. R. encampment mill with water and itetim power, 2 tenant Tickets 011 sale August 21, 22 and 23. houses, granary, yoo Good roturulug, leaving liutTalo from AuMaggio Sacra, a handsome young lady, BuHalo, Aug, 23 to 28. The Sons of acres of this land blacksmith shop; about Is good I).x Bottom. gust 24 to 31, Inclusive, with privilege of Said tracts of land will bo offered sepawho is universally popular with both Veterans encampment, Indianapolis, iMM extension to Heptember 20 on deposit of rately mid then as a whole. Cblcaifo. rxlfrnl patrons and pupils. O.l'.A., The average at- Sept. 9 to 11 and the Union Veteran Tkhms. Sale will be made on tho follow- ticket with ."Dint Agent at Iluffalo, August and 27, Inclusive. lMJU!i tendance is about GO, with 100 in E. II. I1ACON, d cash: balune.. i i 23 For tickets and full Information call on the Legion, Columbus, O., Sept. 21 to 24. ing terms: LouIaTille, InlhM U.r.A., and 2 years, equal Installments, bearing district. Mr. Shelby Benedict, tho man Tho Queen & Crescent Route Is tho ofany ticket agent of thu lllg Four Itoute, or payable annually. who whipped a bear In a fair fight here ficial line to Buffalo and the most conui mi Kiao to snow miki tracts ti tiny address WAUKKNJ. LYNCH, E O. McCOHMICK, years ago, after three bull dogs had venient route to all three cities. The one desiring a home W. T. II. WHITE, Passenger Tratno Mgr., Am. (Jen. I'rm. A Tkt At MOIMiMOIMOIkJ Mled, Fa looking and feeling nearly as j very lowest rates will be offered. td Crab Orchard, ICy. 1 CINCINNATI, OHIO. - in ouryarus it sucn mat mere can lie no mix Jit bretils. "e guarantee all egg fertile when shipped. It II. lied 1'It (amp. Imp. setting ol 15 E. s, f:i.fi iMiroer it!iciirtiiei rn it .me si " AVhiteCresied Walk Polish ii.no " Ucd Caji, ImiNirti'd i 50 " Jllick Mlnorea. f.'.0U " .Silver Iced Wyandotte, SJ.00 ' llarri.il Plymouth ltock, ei.so .ill nreeus more nliv uo points. CUAK1 HUDS., Pros., Junction City, Ky, profitable meeting. Our two little cities were well repre- Webb. sented at the Boyle county Sunday-schoThe Ideal Corps of Teachers, Supt. convention at Parksvillo SaturP. H. Taylor. day. Over 40 persons, in wagDINNKK. ons and buggies, attended from here of Patrons and Teachand were amply rewarded by the wel- er, Hon. J. C. Lay. 40 MKS. ELIZA I'OUTMAN. come they received at the hands of the What are the Qualifications of a Absolutely Pure citizens of Parksvillo and vicinity. We Good Teacher, Mr. Samuel Combest. A. S. all received enthusiasm from the ad How to Teach Current History, Mr. Surgeon dresses of J. H. Armstrong, of West Albert Kecney. Dentist, Virginia, E. Morris Ferguson, of New rjiTfTn At BAXlNd rooStS CO., NEW YO. Rewards of Good Teaching, Mr. W, Jersey, and J. W. Itawlings, of Dan- R. Bowmer. ville. About 500 persons were nresent Effects of Incorrect Teaching, Mr. Onceover JlcIloUirts' Drug Store In the Osriler but the excellent dinner would have R. S. Rector. lilllldlDS. fed half as many more. A collection Music. of S2.S6 was takeu up to pay for prowere Tho Hnstonville. - Qntucky grams, etc. Bro. George Bohon, of and the discussions success. enthusiastic meeting u Offers his services to the uple ot West Lincoln Danville, was chairman and Miss Reed, Annik Singleton, Sec. and Casey counties Full stock of Coffins and of Parksville, secretary. Resolutions hand. 14, 95 I. ri. Carpenter. Manager. were passed thanking the people for Shrewd men of business engaged in (If not sold privately bofore) I will nt 12 tneir Hospitality and by a rising vote tho grain and cotton trade at New York m. oiler for Halo on tho premises, the convention expressed its esteem estimate the amount of money which o'clock Home," the beautiful country homo "Forest for the noble soul of Hon. "W. L. Cald- will be distributed among American of the lato II. S. Withers. Tho Is situated well, the lato lamented president of the farmers this year in excess of last at not caster one tulle from Stanford on the LanD.SIMPSON, Pror . MRS..U. pike and Sunday-schounion. The following less than 8700,000,000. Some even place : 196 ottlcers were elected for the coming it at $1,000,000,000. The U. S. commissioner in Alaska In a IiIl'Ii statu of cultivation, well watered Newly furnished; clean beds; splcndsd year: C. C. Fox, of Danville, presitable. Everything Porters dents E. B. Moore, Parksville, reports under date of Aug. 4, that there and fenced, rich mid productive, well adapttho growth grain, tobacco 69 moet trams. are 1,800 jeople on the Dyea and Skag-awa- y ed tostock raising. of A grass, frame dwelling Miss Nannie Caldwell, secand large routes to the gold country, and situated near tho ro.id and surrounded bv retary and treasurer. Mrs. Jack Booth forest, trees and and Messrs. George Arons and Martin both trails are blocked. He predicts acres and ornamental adjoining alxut lb of woodlnud garden Bartell were chaperones of the young great suffering in the Klondike region and orchard on other, contulnlnir i?nod fruit, well arranged and fenced. The dwellfolks from here. Mr. Arons invited next winter. ing has 8 rooms, halls, (Kirches, pun. Henry St. George trys and cellars,with In a gcxxl tato of the convention to meet at Junction all well City in 1893, and the invitation was ac- Tucker, of Virginia, has accepted the comfort. finished work and overv necessary Outbuildings aro good" cepted. Mr. Arons was selected secre- chair of equity and commercial, con rooms, bams, stables, crlln, liuirirr.orvtuits' houses. tary for magisterial district No. 5 at stitutional and international law in the grauery, lots and jhiiiiI In loo yards, grass, .stock well arranged nnd fenced, Washington and Leo University. : : Ky. Junction City. cistern at the door, wells, ponds nnd springs Ten men in Warren county are and an abundance of water. Office on Lancaster street at Uesldence. Will oiler 100 charged with the violation of a clause above mentionedacres with all Improvements MILLKDGEVILLE. Hrst. then alwut 10 acres which in lu front mid Oriag Bros.' Pure Bred Poultry. The scried of lectures that Mr. Adam of tho new amob law, Six havemakes ar- also the of houetract cut off by road, and as described will Ihj entire been Carpenter has been delivering- to his timidation felony. Hoyle Co. offered, retaining the right to accept best Poultry Vnrd. rested. bid. A word to the farmers. If you mike nioucv In Sunduy school here relative to the NaThe purchaser will gut Immediate josms- this day and time you mint keep up vlth the times B. F. Tedro, aged S.'l. and wife, 02, anu Keep inorou;iinrel4. Thev mature earlier with tional meeting of the Christian Enor Uourbon, Ind., arc rejoicing over hion 01 larm, noue, j ari and garden .inn. 5D percent. a profit of more than Tliearr.iiijement deavor in California has proved nary isi, jsus. The Qasoy County Teachers held their Hrst association 'or the school year of 3 at Baldock's Chapel, Aug. 14. The following was the program: Music. Reading and prayer by Supt. P. H. Taylor; music. What are Proper Incentives for a Teacher to Use, Mrs. Janie Rlgglns. How to Increase the Educational Sympathy, Mrs. Henry Thomas. Needed legislation, Mr. V. B. Coch ran. School Management, Mr. Lawrence 97-0- Sloan's Liniment Is the great family rem edy. It penetrates so tpilckly. Sold by W. II. Mcltobcrts, Stanford. lllcycle rlderS take the "kink" out of their lame back with Sloan's Liniment. For sale by W. It. Mcltoberts. Every Parmer and Stock - llalsor should keep Sloan's Liniment on hand for an emer gency. Ask jour neighbor tun! he will tell you why. Sold qy W. It. Meltobert.s. A WOUI) TO- - PROPERTY OWNERS. Aroyou Insured If not, why not Thou-Miiniof dwellings and barns good as yours ? N VT. A. -- Iocl Ageut,- - Stanford, dollars. Why should you Tor sore throat or aln In vour chest use from ear to ear 1 j Liniment Sold by W. It. MeHotierts. loan's Are Destroyed by Fire or Lightning J. B. HIGGINS, millions of Every jear. Involving the lo-- i7' Kentucky. eect s oft to escae HRAI.KU IN I Your Proporty May Bura de-tro- POWDER m ol Within a year, within n mouth, within 31 hours. Why should you cxjhso the accum mulation of ears of "honet toll to loss by y I offer for sale privately my desirable a single tire, which can It in an home on Lower Main street," Stanford. The hour 1 Soliciting n share of your patronage Pes pect fully, houe Is a roomy, pretty cottngo with ni,-- ,. yard and good garden and outhouses, and Is in a mo-.- t pletiotuit tielghlHirbood. Call on D. WEAHEIT, me on tho premises audi will take pleasure In showing Its manv advantages. Stanford, ICy General Agent. - - - Pretty Home For Sale. Farm Wagons, Pleasure Vehicles, JESSE Agricultural .Implements, Higk-Gradc Fertilizers and Goal. Office on PRICE, SON, DEALERS IN COHL, NOEL Crowing, & Goods Warranted as Iteprvsoutcd Main Street. opposite I'lnioru'it Store, Stanford. Kentucky, ROY Stanford, Ky. Order UtSr jr. t. suttont. Undertaker, - Stanford; Street, UtrlyKontuolcy. J Ii Hlft'lm'. Owl Yard, Mill Satisfaction guamitevd. Corn ami liny, and Kissl Kctinr, Hour the IVpul Mris-l- , J L. TOTTKN. Sai.cmaj ! llillrcud TIIOltorGIIIIUKI) Fine Farmfor Sale. Tuesday, Sept. 97 Contains J. "T.Jones, TIN IP SHEET IEOS WORKS, Mason Hotel first-clas- s. STANFORD, KY., lini service (lilts nnd sons already brt-!! of either mt. uotnktu Question and correspondence promptly answered. J. V. li H. J. mOSEBTS. SUnfcrd. JS, a2-o- ot DUROC HOGS lific The most proot nil breed, attnlti thu greatest weight, fatten easily ut any ac Hours ready for I.ancister, Kentucky. ol Acres, Sole proprietor of Dean'i Ulack IHn.onJ Itoof I linveoiH-uen shop at thu forka of thu Taint. lUtlmatM jurnUhed for palatini: wood, metal and Iron roof. Satisfaction guaranteed AH llustonvlllu and Mllledgevlllu pikes, near rood painted with Dean't Iilack Diamond Taint Mr. K. Held' nnd am prepared to do all warraiiUsl for jrear. Dealer lu tM Clulern amltialranltnl Iron I'llten. (ialtanlied ami Iilack kinds of Iron lUutlnKof all kind. Vl-- tf Blacksmithing and Woodwork, 1 vice-preside- nt; :dr. w. Dentist, b. fxitxtt. r, Creek. plank for fenvliie. All keep on hand a upplj-- f klndtoflumlivr for Imlldln iuriMss; aim loardi dcalrltnt any article of and tlilnulea. All near Cedar thla kind can call on me at uijr At the lowest prices and In the best manner I guarantee all inv work. will n.L.. nil All pcron desiring I.rut Tot for plank fence, kind of country produce, exeunt for horsn pott and railing or wlr fence can nml wtial tlief ahoelng which Is Co cents, cash. 1'le.lso give antat hit ilore nenr CYdar Cieek, on tlio pltt me a uliaru of your patronage. I alto leadlliK from Crab Orchard to Stanford I V, li. MAYES. 3STOTIOE3 sriin & ! Si i. W.JsINUM.TUN. tr GEORGE H. M'KINNEY. Ice-hou- SHELBY SHELBY, Pension & Claim Agent, Box 12 Stanford, .Troprli'ton LIVERY.FEED& SALE;STABLE Iltn had 44, Stanford, Ky. V Junotlon'Clty, Ky. Klnt-ClaTurnouts, prompt attention, rerjr reatotialde rates A portion of your patronage f IS releclfulljr toUched. Depn years' practice iMiforo nil the tmeuts lu Washington City, HIuo-Gra- ss Farmers Bank&Tnist Co. Paid cp Capital, Surplus, inter FIRE INSURANCE g, PHENIX h; Insurance Company, Insurance one-thi- rd mm two-thir- ds 1 Iljr pruTlilmif of iti charter, dejxiilton arr a lu .National lUtika, it. .liaruhoMeni txlnu held Indltlduallr llaMeto the eaten! of the aiiioiiiiti.ftliHlril.sk turirlu at tho par aluo thereof, in addition to the a mount in. rested In audi idiares It may ad nt n.sutor, ad. niliiUliator, trustee, .lc,ariijr a. an Individual, Tendering our thuiila to those who li.mi entrutt ed their business to m, we trust thejr loutlnue to do mi, and we oiler as a gtunint.ufur prompt at. Uiitluulouiiiefiuri)txin' oiperlilite in hank. ItiK uud us IIUtbI ausjiiiiiiodallona n are tunltenl with kiiiuJ liatikini;. fnlljr protected a are .... OK ' STANroltK, KY. $200,000 00 17,603 80 deltor 1 rp-j- 0M0 Publie Sale, MAHONY, Agt., I wkectoks. J. J. Wllllanu, Ml. Vernon; , . , , W. II. Cuinnilns, 1'ro.ielier.rllle, Hilllam (i.axh, H. H. Slianta, h. J. I.nihrr, J. r. Cash, " w' t.'arutcr, J. N. Meliefee. orriCKR. 5. ll.Sliaiiki. I'ril.teiit. J. li. On.hr, Cashier; W. M. Ilrlght, Tellet mm TCl mmmm mxu C sweet-scente- FALL IN FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STAN r0UI, KY. mmmm mm I5iltQllM0ll' iv :j x04' 0 fin-C- BUFFALO a. Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus $15,750. fc0 H 01M0NlVk(M0 fM(0M0MM(Q)0 mm mD 1 g. a lyr 11 Attention of the public I. railed to the fact this it the onlv National Hank lu Stanford. that Uu dor the prurlMotii ol tho National Hank Act depositors aro teemed not only by the capital stock hut hy tho llnhllltv- for tsjualtn the stock I) that depot! tors oft lilt Initltu nun w icvureu iij a Hum in J J,U,WM, Hte itroro ttateiueutaof the condition ol the ll.mk are made eaih ycir to the United States OoTeriinienland itt aisets are examined at stated times hy government aueutt, thus securing additional and aM to deKsltors. Tldi institution originally establlthed at the Do. posit liank of Stanford lu 18.M, then rwrganired at the National Hank ofStautord in lfcM andagaln reorganlied as the First National Hank of Stanford Hi 1b., has had practically an uninterrupted ence for 3J years. It It Letter supplied now exitt. lacllltles for transaethitf htislness promptly and will lib. erally than fcTerlwfore in itt long and honorable ca?1r.A,c.c01i",, ' Individuals, Ilduclarles, druit and Individuals solicited. .,,' tllKKCTOXS. Oue-thlr- J. Harris, J. S. Hocker, " F. Ileld, Lincoln Co.; MOIMOIMM0M0 M, D.Lluiore, Stanford. orriCBRS. ;Hci).,.ll'rCra,' Orel,'l; ;.I"Jtt.r!ner' McKlnney. M. T. P. Hill, " A. Trlbble, J. Miller, Mt.Vcmon. S. II. ltaughman, J. w. Haydn, Stanford " 49-- I. S. Hocker, President; J. J. McKoherts Cau!er A- - A. McKlnney, AuItuntCaahler. It TV-- '