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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897082401 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-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVI. .v INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, AUGUST 24. 1897. NO. 51 lc TIIK UUODHKAD FAIR. MT. VERNON. POLITICS Tho second annual exhibition of tho Mr. W. B. Smlili ..V Co. are now W. D. Bynum Is to make speeches Hoekcastlo County Fair Association ready to ship lime. for Illndman, which is bad for tho not only eclipsed Its previous effort in The republicans decided to hold a nominee. show of stock, races and other attrac-- ' primary election Oct. 1. Circuit Judge Breathitt holds that KY. tlons but llnanclally and otherwise. Elder Forrer is holdtnif a protracted Clerk Cautield, of tho Eddyvllle peniWhun a fair at Hrodhcad was first talktentiary, was wrongfully removed. meeting at Providence. ed of there were those who believed The Icadiiiir boarding: school for j vniiiif women in the Four banks shut up shop in as many Mrs. Polly Cummins died at In' the town was too smnll and that the i home near Hrodhcad Friday. catalogue and illustrated Monthly. Send for States Friday and they do say ttie gen-or- State. stock Interests of the county wore notj Dr. G. II. Albright and wife, of Bai has arrived. We refer of course sulllclent to make Hockeastle's poHi- - bnunlllo, SiKZISSHISriEIK, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. to general prosperity. lace Interested In a stock exhibition, ' D. X. Williams. The trial of Dr. Hunter, John H. but good management on the part of TJie free school has been dismissed Wilson, E. T. Franks, Noel Gaines and -- TIlOsEthose at the helm has changed the gen-ar- for one week, us diphtheria is spread- Thomas Tanner. Indicted for bribery belief and now stock in the above ing among In the recent Senatorial contest, has the children. association can hardly be obtained for James Reedy wa fentonced at Wil- been fixed for September 4. love or money. liamsburg to 21 years In tho peniten The challenge of Joe Parker, the Nearly l,fi00 people witnessed tho tiary for killing Walter Byrd, a month populist nominee for clerk of the court good program of Friday carried out and O. T. WALLACK, of appeals: for a series of joint debates If anybody went home displeased (ex- fto. Mr. Hugh Miller and Miss May ac- with J. G. Bailey, the republican nom APl'F.I. cept some of the mothers who showed I'ltOIlllUTlON CANDIDATi: FOIt companied Mrs. Annie Miller as far as inee, has been declined. Enjoy themselves and so do parents when I.ATK CLF.UIC. their babies and failed to get a tie), tho Louisvlllojon her return to WashingChairman Antonio Carroll, of the bujlng their fact was not made known. The show goldbugs, announces speeches by both ton. LANCASTER of stock was first rate, while tho races Mr. JelT Pennington and Miss Peru Buck and Peter Leo Atherton. Kugenio wore IhuIi interesting and exciting. It Tyree, both of this place, were "Insatiate monster, would not one Mrs. K. I). I'ottH and Mbs was no "walkover" In any of tho three married at Gum Sulphur on the 13th Owcnsboro Messenger. Denny, of Lexington, are guest h of would Inst. contests and even a V.Ucn Owsley and othur Irlende. Dispatches from Corbin are particuMr. have found dilllculty in mukfiig a favorWallace, tho youngest son of Mr. lar to announce that Hon. J. C. May-no- r, T. J. Hatcher has moved his family ite before the lirst heat of From us. 51.1113- - handsome Novelties In either the James Land ram, died of diphtheria of that city, announced his candito our town, hla bunlness having Children's Wear, as well as Hoys' and Men's. running, trotting or mule race. Thursday, Mr. Sam Myers (Med of dacy for Congress at 2 o'clock l M., Prices us low as ever. We bought our goods until lie Is fatitlcd that ho can There was probably more interest consumption Thursday night. early and cun glo you the benefit of tho Aug. 21. Don't forget please, the exact do better here than In Stanford. manifested in the ring for little girls tarllT. Cull and see our line and save money. The extra coach which was attached time. Curtis Simpson, aged 31 years, a pop- from four to six yen ret old than any oth' to the local last week on account of the The challenge of Joe In the Uuokeyo bcotlon, ular fanner Parker, the er, and the judges, of which the writer Hrodhcad fair would not hold all tho populist nominee for clerk of the court died Sunday afternoon of fever. The one, found much dilllculty in plac- passengers, so popular wns was (Monthe fair. of appeals, for aserles of joint debates remains will Ihj burled ing the tie-- . There wore six beautiful day;. A largo crowd from here attended witli J. G. Bailey, the republican nomPhilip Sauvors, of Orrvlllc, O., has entries, but after much deliberation the Sunday-schoo- l convention nt Buck- inee, has been declined. Mr. Bailey is J. L. FuoiiMAN & Co., Danville, Ky. botiirht live ear loads of utook eattlo In little Llla Hoyd, of Atlanta, whoio eye Saturday. Mr. R. G. Williams willing to accept If the challenge is ex" this county In the last few days at III mother Is at Crab Orchard, got tho gave them a tine address after dinner. tended to the National democratic and IPP if Broil-heato .'i0, averaging about $.'1.70 per hun- blue and Maltle Lee Wtlmot, of Mr. Will Smith and family, of Gar- sllvcrltc nominees. red tie. tho dred. rard county, are the guests of Mr. and The republican county chairmen deThe woman's riding and fancy turn Mrs. James Marot. Deputy Nels Grlf-tl- n cided Circuit court adjourned on Thursday to Stanford Send at Danville Friday to hold a conto convene again on Tuesday. Since out rings, as usual, caused much spocu. brought a moonshiner up from Brod-hea- d vention there to nominate a candidate It has full Course of Study In all departments. It has trained and experienced teachthat time hut few peoplo have been In latlon. The former had an entry who all for thu thorough training of girls In all grades. It Thursday. for State Senator, Sept. 20. In case but ers. It has for needful facilities convenience of Munford und Lincoln county. Let nil, was the welfare and established the and who mado it hot town and nothing worthy of notice, has is a Mr. James Payne, of Crab Orchard, one man announces the committee will ieoilu of Stanford mid vicinity, instead of dissipating their Influence b- - patronizing oth- transpired. Henco this brief and un- for the winner, Miss Gentry. In the and Miss Jennie Wright, of Brodhead, nominate. Another convention was or- er hcIiooIs, rallvaround the College nun give. 11 tneir milled aim heartv supiiort. or full Information call mi Mrs. Miuiiur 111 the college or Next Session oitens Sent Cth. latter, Virgil M. Hlce, of Garrard, was drove here from tho fair Thursday and interesting letter. dered for the same day and place and wrlto for catalogue. VM. SUELf ON. Piiesiiient. committee will put out a good an easy winner. He showed Mrs. Myra were married in the parlors of the If our under the same conditions to nominate Rice's sorrel inn re, with which he won Joplln House by Eld. Farrer. man for sherilT and the few candidates for circuit judge and Comdemocrats, who believe that everybody in a similar ring at Lancaster. Rev. A. J. Pike, of Brodhead, Is In monwealth's attorney In this district. The races, as above stated, were hot- town. Misses Fish and Carson, of Crab hhould see as they do, will bathe their we can elect everj-lod- y ly contested. There were split heats Orchard, aro tho guests of Mrs. F. L. heads and cool on", RELIGIOUS. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, in all and as tho old saying goes "the Thompson. Miss Mary Cox, of Danfrom constable to circuit judge. Offers Instruction In Agriculture, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, three lines Secretary F. M. Raines reports Chris- of Scientific Study, viz: Mat hematlcul, Hlologlcal and Chemical, Classics and 1'edagogy, Mrs. Sarah Mitchell, of Mississippi, game wasn't up till the last heat was ville, has organised a music class In of tian churches' contributions to foreign each of which leads to a degree. Is the guest of her niece, Mrs. T. S. through with." H. C. Traynor, connection with the college. Twentv-ElgProfessors and Assistants. Laboratories and Museums largo and well missions 800,110.7:1, only $9,889.27 short Elkln. W. H. Hush, of St. Louis, Is Richmond, won the trot and Dink FarMrs. Jas. Joplln will nceompany her equlpeil. County appointees receive Tree Tuition, Matriculation. Fuel and Lights nnd of tho 8100,000 asked to be scoured by Itoom Kent. Traveling expenses also given to appointees who remain tho full colleglato V. N. Hush. Tho mer, of Stanford, would havo won the with his father, Dr. daughter, Mrs. Dr. Brooks, on a visit year. Hoard In dormitories S2.25 per week, in private families $2.50 to i'i. Hoard, uniI'rcsbyterlan church here has em- running race had not his horse run to Mrs. James Spillman. Mrs. Van Oct. 1. Two Presbyterian preachers have form, books and washing need not exceed $120 per year. ployed Kcv. Henry N. Faulconer, as away vJth his jockuy while "heating cey organized an Auxiliary Missionary Full Term Ileglns Second Thursday In September. Preliminary Examinations first Mongone to the Klondike country to see af- day In SeptemlHr. pastor, for another year, to preach ev- up." He came second as it was. Society hero Friday night, with Mrs. For catalogues and other Information apply to Tho woman's department of the fair Win. . ery Sunday. M. ter the spiritual welfare of the gold Weber, president, seekers and perhaps pick up a little JPME5 K,. PPTTEffSON, PH. P., L. L. P., Pres. Win. Hay. Si, one of the wealthiest was by far better this year than last. J. Miller, Jr., gold themselves. men In the county, There was almost every kind of womand most prominent The protracted meeting at the ChrisRev. Joseph Ballou will preach at was thrown from his horse on Friday an's work on exhibition and as far as I tian church conducted by Elders ll the Christian church here next Sunday and received wounds from which he am capable to judge, it was a lino disand Farrer continues with unabadied Sunday night. Ho was about To play. It was a (topulur place for the ted interest. So far Mrs. Fannlo Ad- morning. Services will begin at 10:110 years of age and one of the most iopu-la- r fair sex and very naturally the men ams, Miss Janie Weber and 'Mrs. J. o'clock. Ho will preach at Mt. Xenia the same day at .1:110 o'clock. II ivlng considered the question from almost every .standpoint, we have decided to adopt men In the county. The remains were not far away. ll have come forward. Elder (MonEld. J. T. Brown has recently closed It would be almost as easy to name dill is a very talented and forcible burled at Huekoye will be day.) those Lincoln county eoplo who were preacher, doing good work for the Mas- a meeting at Mackville, Washington Extensive preparations aro being not at the fair as to attempt to give a In 11 addition". We are pleased to note that he is county, which resulted made for the Baptist Association, list of those who were. In fact half of ter. He began another meeting at how-tteaching some of tho young men which meets hero Tuesday. Tho gates the crowd seemed to be Liucoluitcs, nearby Saturday night. Mr. respect the houso of God sutllclcntly of the city will be thrown ooii, tho Brown has held four meetings this sum- Ileglnnlng July 1, ISO", believing that It will be mote satisfactory to both buyer and seller. Splendid order was preserved and the to remain in during services. latch strings will be on the outside of management is to be congratulated In mer with 40 additions. He organized a No bud debts will accumulate, consequently wo can sell goods cheaper. It will take much We had tho pleasuro of attending less capital, our expenses will le less and there Is uveiy reason why tho cash sy.stem will tho doors and tho tables will be laden many ways. Col. J. Peter Chandler, church at Winona, Miss. Brodhead fair Thursday with mapiovo satisfactory. We only ask you to try It awhile and If you find It Is not to your adwith the best food In tho laud. We the ring master, told me he never taw the Rev. Rutherford Douglas has just ny others from this place. About 1,200 wo will not kick on your buying from merchants who sell on credit. Wo are sathope to have a physical and a (spiritual a more orderly or better disposed crowd closed u series of revival meetings in vantage, people were In attendance and a more isfied wu can sell you goods from 10 to 25 por cent. than the credit men and thl tho mash room of Curler's distillery at should certainly bo an Inducement to you. feat. and wo heartily agree with him. Very tiuly, orderly crowd we never saw. EveryIs still on tho sick Mrs. II. M. Dallou Camp Nelson. The meeting was the The olllcers and directors of tho asso conducted in the most syslist. The many relatives and friends of ciation are deserving of much credit thing was of tho kind ever held In Kentucky Handsome premiums first Capt. W. J. Kinnalrd, of Mlddlosboro, for their attention to ttie visitors in tematic manner. with such peculiar surroundings, and regret to hear of hid misfortune In hav- attendance. They treated them as wore awarded and the decisions of the drew an Immense crowd. The mash ing a log broken and hope that he will though they wore their especial guests judges scorned to be entirely satisfac- tubs were taken out and rough seats y VJ E. Prothoroo, president, : 'I soon bo out again. A number of our and left nothing undone that would add tory. Mr. E. .w directors "exerted were constructed.no people attended the Hrodhcad fair and to their delectation. I have been to and his estimable preaching nt the There will be time. A little Fairs where probably a hotter show of their utmost elTorts to make it a pleas- Methodist church next Sunday mornthey report a plea-a! occasion for all. son of A. C. Hoblnson Is reported to stock could be seen, but never has it ant ing on account of tho dedication of Mt. a have diphtheria. Hebron church. Rev. W. S. Grlnstcad been my good fortune to be among a VICINITY NEWS. Mr. W. O. Illgney wont to Casey IHioplo .vho wore more hospitable and will preach thereat 11 A. M. and Rev. We aro prepuied to stoic wheat at a less price than jou can store It yourv county Saturday to vlsll relatives. Mr. universally clever. Let the same men u mid wo self. Call mid V Calvin Strunk wusjacqultted at Wil- C. II. Neal at 2:30 and there will be a Mum., of Chattanooga, Is visiting havo charge next year and old Lincoln J. S. liamsburg fcr tho killing of Wlllum big basket meeting between. At night & V his mother and othor relatlvas and will send a delegation that will by It Bates. Mr. Neal will preach hero on the propI friends in this city. Miss Foronce Har- self till tho commodious amphithea er modo of baptism. e Nancy Is tho name of a Pulaski w ris has gone, to 111 Dorado, Ark., to vis- tre. The Christian church was packed to and V. G. Logan has been appointit rolallves. Eld Geo. Gowon has reFor you. tho walls Sunday by an audience that (Jjj The unusual sight of a republican ed to run It. turned from Tennessee, after two weoks getting signatures to a petition asking came to hear Rev. W. E. Ellis again i In a public contest Misses Bessie uicatlon, and tho people are anxious to a democrat to run for olllco was seen at Robinson and Musty Goodln have been expound the Scriptures and it was well ft hear some more of his able sermons. repaid, for tho preacher spoko almost protho fair and it wasn't down on tho voted the prettiest girls In Corbin. The continued Increase In tho price gram either. Mr. D. It. Totten was In Anderson county, James Trais with Inspiration under the tnlluence of of wheat, which Is purely the rostilt of the republican and thu man he wants went to Bueknur McKeo's home to re- the Holy Spirit and the crowd of anxSkS5S3?.SSSi! r mw v sih ; ; natural causes, has revived business to run is none othor than Mr. it. G. new a quarrol and Was shot and killed ious listeners. Ills subject was and gladdened tho hearts of tho farm- Williams, of Mt. Vernon, who will bo for Church Work" and his reby MeKee. ers, but the increase in tho price of su- Hockeastle's next county judge. See of Whitley, was fatal- marks wero based on Matt. 7:20 and 2 Ad. Barman, gar, clothing and othor commodities, if I am not right. ly Injured by tho explosion of a keg of Cor. C:l: By Their Fruits Yo Shall of political causes, which is the result There were only two entries in tho powder. A portion of his house was Know Them, We aro Workers Togethtakes oil all tho profit ho makes on hia ugly man's ring, and Ilamp Reynolds, also blown down. er With Him. It was a grand elTcrt Headed by U. S. PROPEL, rjO. 38,353. wheat and leaves him in a worse con- who was an easy winner last year, had Mrs. Joseph Sallee died at Somersot and Increased the high opinion in Son of IClover's Modol, No. 20,710, tho greatest breeding hog living, and HUNDLEY'S dition than ho was before tho passage to put up with only a eertitlcate. Sol of a complication of troubles. Sho wrs which Mr. Ellis Is held as a man and CLAUDE, No. 12,601, son of tho World's Columbian Champion, Claude, No. 11,007. Fine, toppy young boars ready for service. A fow show gilts old enough to breed, mid bredbows of tho robber turllT law. omon iSorthen, a close relative of ex- and a close relative of Messrs. expounder of the word of God. Tho a specialty, for sale, This stock is t,trlctly ss lu overv respect, with peoplo heard him gladly and his recep- pedigrees. Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Write j'our wants or como aud Gov. Northcn, of Georgia, defeated J. G. and J. E. Lynn, of this county. have an Idea of tho Very fow people seo my hogs. him easily. Mrs. Amanda Smith, wife of J. War- tion amounted almost to an ovation. ditTeront kinds of merchandise an ocean A fow fresh Jersey Cows for salo. Tlioy aro good ones. Also Mammoth I'ekln Duck Brodhead's hotels entertained tho ren Smith, of Hnrrodsburg, died at a A. E. IIUNDLEV, Hox 11)5, Danville, Ky. Eggs, SI for 13. steamship carries from tho United largo crowd admirably and did not take Lexington Sanitarium, leaving three At Salt Ltek, In Bath county, SaturStates to foreign ports. The other day advantage of tho situation and raise day, at a grand army Robert tho Johnson Lino steamer 'Vedamore" prices. There aro fow better $1 hotels children. Sho was a daughter of Rev. Cuinmltigs, of Breathitt county, and J. R. Rand. Locust Point docks cf loaded at the than the Albright and Frith Ilostel-rlcThe large barn of James Reed, of Harlan Sexton, of Menefee county, who tho 13. & O., at Baltimore, (JO cars of Tho lunch stands gave bargains Mercer, was burned. 'Friday, together wero enemies during tho war, met and lumber, four of starch, 1 of oil cake, In a cap of codec and a sandwich for BY with the farming Implements and feed fought. Cumiulngs was shot threo six of provisions, one of organs, ono of live cents. that was lu It. Mr. Reed's dwelling times in tho abdomen and is barely Hour, 22 of tobacco, two of wire, threo E. C. W. was burned four weeks ago and it Is alive. Sexton is known to havo boen of sugar, la of fresh meat, 20 of sheop, Col. Walton, of tho IXTizuioic, and bollevcd that Incendiaries started both shot several times, but ho made his or 1,001) head, 45 of cattle, or 8S3 head, escapo and tho olllcers have so far failthree of lead, ono of copper, four of Hon. Henri Watterson havo been mak- fires. n. Fox, the artist, has mado ed to Und him. Laura Trumbo, daughmerchandise and lfii of grain, making ing faces at each othor a great deal of Edward late. It takes a man of good nervo to for Gov. Bradley an excellent repro- ter of an old soldier of Rowan county, a total of 371 car loads. was killed by a Hying bullet. of The largest houso In tho world Is In buck agalust Mr. "Wnttorson, but our duction ot tho portrait e Gov. Owsley, DanSome of tho Athenians arc hard to at Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Wieden, a biiburb of Vienna. In this neighbor Is fully cupablo of holding which hangs In tho are 1,400 rooms, divided his own with tho best of 'em, and In ville. Tho portrait was painted by satisfy. Three thousand of them held domicile thrro Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. and Is a most excellent a meeting and adopted an address urg-iu- g 400 suites of 4 to 0 rooms each and his articles has been far from being Smith In into King Georgo and tho government Square, Stanford, Ky Room Opposite Court-Hou- se likeness, as well as a ilno piece of art. they at present shelter 2,112 persons, tho under dog. Luncaster Record. 0 B. Connolly, for 10 years It Is to bo placed with the group of to reject tho proposed treaty with Tur- of over Arthur MaHiarWVkMrwwawi who pay an annual rental WijMiZmSfHtXtzrvM VA koy and to resume hostilities. governors at tho Capitol. chief of police of Atlanta, Is dead. tlorins. amifton FEMALE Coffeoe, L6XINGT0N, al T. IB. President. al Happy Children Ar-dli- la suf-llce- ?" book-miik- cr Clothing to-da- y, d, Where to Send My Girl to School Her 1 College grand-moth- er hot-head- State College of Kentucky. ht andj-Mrs- vice-preside- Bos-we- A Word To You. Boe-we- to-da- y Wll-lisbur- o g THE CASH SYSTEM, che-ip- HARRIS & HARDIN. nt s WHEAT. post-otllc- 1 Will Either Buy or Store r j J. - H. BAUGHMAN - GO. "Qual-Itleatio- n wr- &&$&&?&&$g$ H igfiLQcust Herd Hag. Polanflcninas. te "0-od- d tlrst-clu- n, 2 3 s. UDDGKCAKinG 1 Practical Funeral Director. c. M'CLARY. i Trimmer, Embalmer and wrraai court-hous- 18-1- 100,-00- I uy T . ! - L ip I I I k ft A now Klondlko has been discovered his on Peaco river, In Canada. A young Sullivan, who criminally assaulted reprehensible for THE INTERIOR JOURNAL papers to go over democrats and news- y cousin, Miss Lawson, a sentence of 20 miner brought 318,000 from a mlno ho to the common onc-mbecause of It. To us most any kind years instead of fixing his punishment owns there panned In three months. K. B. Rich, a prominent Nnshvlllo of a democrat is preferable to tho best at death played with firo and holped to Stanford. Kv.. August 24. 1897 of republicans, because tho ono can In breed a mob spirit. The hanging by man, shot his wife and her brother, the main carry out our Ideas of govern- law of an Intelligent white man for Leo Porter, and then put a bullot ment, while we have nothing in com- such un olTense would bo worth more through his own breast. All are dead. W. P. WALTON. as an example than the lynching of a mon with the other. At a charivari In Pendleton county, Mr. Wattcrson closes his article with score of ignorant Negroes for the fame young Marsh Elrod was accidentally Is the "Klondyko" of Stanfoid nml to Hade with us will save you more gold in a DEMOCRATIC TICKET. olTensc, and we may expect to hear that shot and fatally wounded. Orvlllo this beautiful Invocation: year than you can ma!c on a trip to laskn. Iteml our prices they il i tho talking. "Come home, Brother Walton, coino tho people of that section havo taken Courtney, who was In tho crowd, killed home; come back to Krin. Mavonrneen, the law Into tholr own hands whenever himself because of the belief that ho We hnvo the b.irgulns and it must bo aikn nvlnka'd l all Fo Ap'laie CVk, S. J. SHACKELFORD d one stands upon tho tho sanctity of tholr homes Is Invaded had shot his friend. for tho " Circuit Judge, M.C.SAUFLEY. Attorney, J. S. OWSLEY, Jr. threshold, saj ing to you and to all good and their women despoiled, now that " Com'lth Mrs. Mary B. Thompson was arrestdemocrats: " Representative, - .V. F. NORTH. ed at Torre Haute, I ml., on tho charge tho courts hnvo failed them. 'Come in the evening and come In the " County Judge, - JAS. P. BAILEY. N. B. After the nbovo was written of burying her baby boy alive. It had morning: 5c will buy 2 doren best quality bono col tr buttons; usually sold nt 10c doeti ' County Clerk, - GEO. II. COOPER. Come when you're looked for and como news comes that Sullivan was inuen been under ground tlvo days when 5c will buy 2 cards white ngnlo button-- , fl dozen on a card. " County Attorney, HARVEY HELM. without warning; from the jail Sunday morning by a mob found, but strange to say wa' still 5c will buy a good tenth brush, worth 15o. Kibses and welcomes you'll find hero and hung to a bridge ovor the Cumber- breathing and bids fair to survive. " Circuit Clerk, J. F. IIOLDAM. 5c will buy n good curling Iron, worth 10c. before you, " Sheriff, - - SAUL. M. OWEXS And the oftenur you como here tho more land. Had the jury been men and not Thomns C. Seaver. probate judge of 5c will buy one bov of mourning pins, worih 10c. " Jailer, - - GEO. II'. DEUORD. mice this blot on tho county's name Windsor county Vt., was probably faI'll adore you'"' 5c is tho price per yard of one of tho best brands In ynrd wide, brown or ulwitihed " Atessor, - - C. G. RAKER. would not havo been made. Let there tally shot by William W. Lawrence, cotton This is all very pretty and succharlf-crou- ir.1T. LAXDGRAF. ' Coroner, but it Is like inviting a man to be an end to the sickly sontimentallsm while standing on the piazza at his resi5c is the price per vard of "Our iloniity' shirting cotton, worth 7jc any when. Supt. Schools, GARLAND 3IXGLET0S come back who has never been away which prevents a jury from finding the dence, because ho had issued an Injuncor calling for a sheep which has never death verdict when the proof justifies tion against him visiting his child OL'K good friend, Mr. "Wattcrson, gone astray. Wo are here, dear friend it, and we shall have more legal hang- which was in the custody of his wife. seems to have as many Uvea as a cat is and fellow servant, democratic to the ings and fewer lynehings. Tho jury In the suit of tho Bourbon 10c will buy I) spoolR Hrooks' best fix cord thread, guaranteed as good ns 0 N. T, said to possess. We knock him out, core, ami propose to fight It out on that fiscal court against Col. W. W. Baldbetter In partial friends, butlic line if It takes all summer and most of Thby manage such things anarchist, win, to condemn 14 miles of Maysvillo 10c will buy n ladies' belt, latest style, harness buckle, 25c pulity. according to our miserable 10c will buy 7 papers of pins, worth 5c each. manages to come back again, after tho fall. Wo want to see Shackelford Spain. Colli, tho it Lexington turnpike, lying in Bourthe prime minister on 10c will buy n Indies' bleached vest, worth 25c. taking good time to catch his breath, and all the democratic tickets, district who assassinatedworthless life choked bon, awarded Col. Baldwin 810.000. It Sth, had his 10c will buy n good lisle threid mil for ladles. just as wc were congratulating our- and county, elected, and then when we the by was appraUed at 32.",000. Ho refused the garrote on the 20th. That $10,000 out 10c will buy n good hlzed liuon or TurkUli bath towel, worth U5c anywhurc. selves that at last we had got in the are all happy over tho result, wo can for It two months ago. The onIs tiie way to make murder odious and Fitzsimraons blow and tent him like fall on each other's necks and as long ly three gates In Bourbon are on this lcwill go a long ways at our Hcmnitnt Counter. do it hesitate. Swift, sum shed tears of those who 10c will buy 3 boxes of Cabinet wire Imir pins. Corbctt to grabs for good and all. lost brothers road. mary and condign punishment like that 10c will buy a bov of Whltmoro's Ox Wood or Tun Shoe Polish. Saturday he came to thescratch again, joy, as wo sing for the benefit of of would soon put a stop to the carnival showing more vitality than ever, judgFARM AND TRADE, murder in Kentucky and elsewhere. or the ing from the length and humor As long as the lamp holds out to burn The Lawrenccburg fair cleared $250. screed that he devotes to us nearly Tho vilest sinner may return. Hon. Henry L. Martin has notified McCluro & Napier sold to Lyon & of the Courier-Journathree columns In the mean time we shall not give the voters of his senatorial district that 25c will boy 5 yards of TnfTetn KiKtle Lining, old nt lOe per yard. Ho starts out by telling a story, the the old soldier out, slnco for pure and ho will not allow his name to go under Mien DO wethers nt He. Corn Is feeling tho rise in wheat and 25c will buy 5 yards of Lnce Scrim, sold atS I De pur yard Hiiywhoro eke,. point of which seems that elections are undented democracy tho republican device on the ballot. has gone up several cents. 25c will buy J yards of tnble oil cloth, worth 25c par yard. sometimes lost by over confidence and Now let Mr. Martin withdraw and give Ho has fought many a battle d 25c Is our price pur ynrd of all silk 40 and 50 width lalloln ribbon, n 40o MtMllty J. W. Crutchlleld sold to Will we often find that the people don'f'want And will light as many more. a clear track to the democratic nomia lot of 95 jiound hogs at :J..'l5. anywhere else. Glory hallelujah. us" as bad as we had imagined. If it nee and all will be forgiven. A dispatch from Chicago yesterday 25c will buy a nice India Pen-alShirt Wniit for Iudie.; rsducod from $$. is intended to apply this to our confiIt Is human to err and all are liable to TwnXTY-FOC25c will buy a nice cornet cover. years ago cholora was said that whest dropped back to 90 cts. dence in the election of Shackelford, make mistakes. Mr. Wattcrson 's mis25c will buy ono pair ladles' kid mit, jut the thing for umt In house wwrk. Ittc. James D. Hiatt sold to J. C. Johnson, it is decidedly inapropos. Our confi- take is in letting himself play in tho raging in Stanford, the fact bolng re25c will buy 2 pair ladles' hose; just half their usual price. dence is born of a knowledge of the sit- hands of the republicans, while he called to Mr. Titisley Spoonamore, who of Boyle, a lot of butcher stuir at 2!c. 25c will buy mens' straw lmts, worth 50 nnd 75c first of kvaou. keeping In touch with men attempts to drive instead of lead those says his brother Haydon dlpd of It 24 uation by o C. B. Hold's Prosecutor and who do the voting. One season's spurt whom he thinks have gone astray back years ago yesterday. each ran fourth at NcwjKirt Friin wheat because of the failure of the luto the narrow path. We must get day. crop in other parts of the world and together, If the party is ever to count News Briefly Told In Anderson, D. C. Tcrhuno bought the efforts of the money changers, all for anytning, and this can not be acSt. Louis speculators nre said to havo S5 mule colts at prices from $12.50 to 50c will buy a ladies' slipper tan or blaek. of whom are the most implacable gold complished by brow beating or cleaned up $2,000,000 on the bulge in $12.50. 50c will buy the host Summer Corset, a II quality. force silver to zero, are not bugs, to Let a spirit of conciliation wheat. Jamos Colley bought in Rookoatlc a 50c will buy an extra good parn-o- l or umbre'la. going to keep the people from voting prevail and brotherly love continue Hume H. Watson, cashier of tho De- small bun oh of helfurs and steers at 2! 50c will buy one pair of our 90c atriped rotton pints for men. for the democratic nominee, who was though tho heavens full. posit Bank of Frankfort, was found dead to3Je. 60c will buy the best blue double front overall pants. made the standard bearer after the Wo love Mr. Wattcrson too well to in bed. Woods & Lynn bought of G. W. 50c will buy 4 yards best bed ticking, wortli 25c k.t yd. and not like give htm up until after great elTort and forms and usages of party numc Wateon, cashier of the Depos- Jones, of Pulaski, 10 steers OaJTTIicse nre real livo bargains. All wo ask i that you rail and soe T53 Hindman, by a little convention made wrestling in prayer in his behnlf, but it Bank of Frankfort, died suddenly at J.S5. up principally of delegates who went when he avers that.Mr. Hindman will be Friday. J. L. Yantls has routed the John D. A crowd of farmers killed a tramp Curpentor farm of 210 acres noar Huswithout being sent to represent con tho contending man in the race and beatstituencies that they didn't have. other things just as doubtful, wo will near Chicago for assaulting and ton vllle for $600. A. URIIANSKY it CO , IWhiktor woman. The fact of the business Is it was a have to smite him fore and aft, doing ing a Woods fc Lynn bought of G. W. Jones Every business house in Stewarts-vlll- of Pulaski, 14 yearling cattle, averag to a crime ing it always in the spirit of whom wo mistako that amounts almost T. D RAXKY, Manaoeii. Ind., was destroyed by lire. Loss, ing 700 pounds, at .'!c. to have nominated a candidate against loveth wo chastcneth, and never In anthe regular democratic nominee this ger. To use his langunge, "In the long about $75,000. II. T. Bush has about 00 bushels of George B. Tlucler ran nmllo in 4:15 nice, big, white, rye seed for sale; year. It only serves to widen tho run It Is the truth only that pays," but breach that would have healed of it- pay or no pay wc intend to tell It and nt Worcester, Mass., establishing a made 20 bushols to tho acre. self if left alone for a season. Hind-ma- n shame the devil if needs be. There Is world's record. Loki, belonging to the estate of the Two surveying parties are In the late Dr. E. F. McLean, was 6old to J. can in no possible event be elect- no sense nor reason In agitating the sil ed and his candidacy only goes to bIiow ver Issue now or ever if times improve! Held marking routes for railroads to the E. Seagram, of Canada, for $0,000. that there are men who call themselves and continue so. In the meantime let Alaskan gold fields. Scott Farrls, tho veteran Crab OrchAt Clarksburg, W. Va., 27 strikers ard horseman, has a namesake running democrats who are willing to pull down democrats get together on all common the temple and perish in the ruins grounds and when 1900 arrives let us were sentenced to jail for violating at Newport. Ho is owned by Baker it themselves that they may carry a march in solid phalanx against tho en- Judge Jackson's injunction. Gentry. Thirteen horses were burned to death point, not necessary at this juncture to emy, without a traitor in the ranks. To Lottie Lorlne won the d be emphasized. It was bad enough for this consummation devoutly to be wish- In the two livery stable fires at pace at Glenn Falls, N. Y., defeating Wednesday night. these same men to congregate at Indi- ed we shall give our fullest energy and Directly and Bright Regent. Best Five persons were fatally and .'15 bad- time 2:0SJ. anapolis and after enunciating a plat- when we get there, may the first man ly injured in a wreck on the L. E. & form, nominate a ticket that hardly we meet be the editor of the Courier-Journor more "With lCnch Dollars' Worth ofCiooiN Sold At My Store. There were a supqno In a 100 of them intended to with a crown upon his fore- W. railroad near Lima, O. mule buyers at the Brodhead fair and t, A Corinth woman cowhlded the judge a good many aged mules changed port, and as a matter of fact didn't head and a harp within his hand singbut voted for tho straight repub- ing the songs of tho redeemed and re- who ordered her husband arrested for hands at $10 to $05. lican ticket, leaving suckers to bite at joicing over having come up safely carrying concealed weapons. Harvey Sklllman, a Bourbon county It takes $2 45 Mexican money to buy farmer, ha been sued for $10,000 for the bait so alluringly get for them. It through trials and great tribulations. Is not wise to try to fool tho people the an American dollar containing loss sil- breach of promise by MLv Kate time. You may fool all the people second of Paris. Col. John O. Hodges, editor of the ver than the Mexican dollar. Michigan some of the time and some of the peo- Lexington Observer and A killing frost occurred in catSenYesterday as a herd of l,fc00-lple all of tho time, but you can't fool ator, after a long illness, has joined the Saturday and as far down as Indiana tle belonging to Jonas Well, were beall of tho people all the time. And silent majority. Ills wife, who was tender vegetables wero bitten. ing driven to Frankfort, they became Dan Creedon and Kid McCoy, the frightened und eight steers fell over a don't you forget it. Miss Mary Messlck, of Danville, and a Latent and most approved Styles and Designs r nt f i u.ira nttxsl. A Com- purse. clltT und were killed. Paris News. "We agree with Mr. Wattcrson fully son and two very handsome daughters, pugilists, will meet for a $12,000 plite Llm vt in much that he says about the duty of survive him. Ho graduated at Centre Ground has not been decided on. Canithers & Beard, of Lexington, democrats, but he ought to know that College with the famous class of ISoo Gen. E. H. Hobson, of Kontucky.was bought here Friday 20 mules, for which family quarrels are not adjusted by and aftor practicing law awhile in Mis- chosen second deputy commandor-In-chio- f they paid un average price of $55. of tho Union Veterans' Union. continual bickerings and that the least souri returned to Kentucky and located They wore of cheap grades, averaging bald is booncst mended. But our es- at Lexington, where he was connected A bank cashier was morlally wound in height H hands. Boise Cave Ho teemed contemporary says tho free cd by robbers at Shepheid, Michigan, with tho Press and other papers. Ho cord. Wo uiruvtee I'rlc s anil Quulltj call names and do other detest- was a forceful writer and a man of great and all the cash In the bank was taken. rAntl Surgical SupplHn n Star Pointer, the fast pacer, dofcatcd able things against the peace and dig- courage and determination, while In W. W. White, of Carrollton, this win- Joe Patchon at Chicago in straights. & nity of the Commonwealth. Well, who raannor he was as gentle as a woman State, jumped from a third-stor- y two records, but did not began this vituperation, this crimina- and as polite us a Chesterfield. dow while asleep and was fatally hurt. Pointer broke tion and recrimination ? Didn't a few It has been discovered that Miss pice within tho coveted Pharisees, tlock otl to u Hemming, of Boston, who recently mark. Best time 2:02. Some of the Wheat has seen the dollar mark graduated at Vassar, is a "Niggor." race was at a 1:50 gait. themselves and make all kinds of anu gone 11 several ueiier. it loucnou H. C. Mulr sold to John B. Emhry mouths at democrats, calling them an- SI Chicago Saturday for Charles Mertz, an Indianapolis the first hniti!. In in mil charged with breaking Monday 500 lambs at 84 .."0 and sold 150 at e raiders archists, ' time since 1891, a net rise of 12c In two his daughter's arm htJCP to David und A1 Howard at $2.50, and what nots ? Smarting under the days. The highest price paid was at E,nbr' nUo bou"ht of B- - A- - ogor, of manner and the celerity with which while beating her. Baltimore, SLOG, New York being a ( ,. mn 'Clark county, 100 cattle at 4c. Also -,n a m.i.. they were turned down, it was they close second. Estimates of greater ijiu VslliUtiu illicit tiita tn,.nn.,i ihiivvu oH'. B. Dooley a lot of export cattle, who began to call names and if some of chine for melting the Ico on the gold shortage of the crops in various parts Journal, the democratic speakers and writers of tho Old World was tho cause of the fields of Klondike, which ho claims will , at sa,n0 It is conservatively estimated that be regretted, enable mlninir to be carried on without have retaliated, It is to rise and it Is predicted that $1.25 will but even a worm will turn when trod- be reached. This is good luck for tho intermission in tho severest weather. the wheat yield In Bourbon county is den upon. The pot mustn't call tho L. C. Kildy, a Hawkins county, about 200,000 bushols, most of which farmer who still has his crop on hand, Term., merchant, fearing he would be has been sold at an average price of 00 kettle black and expect to escape all is not calculated to put tho men responsibility for Its invidious charge. but it robbed a second time of his pension cents per bushel. At this estimate the who sold at 55c to (10c in a very hilariTHE crop will be worth about $150,000 to the money, hanged himself. Our esteemed contemporary grows ous frame of mind. a farmer living farmers. The average yield per acre over the way that wheat and Newton Prather, facetious Thoroughbred Duroc Jersey Hi HOGS, silver have parted company, tho ono The L. & N. und other railroads near Martinsville, Ind., was instantly was about 18 bushols. News. B. F. Sanders & Co. sold :100 stock going away up and the other away havo secured from a U. S. judge at killed, his head being crushed while M jr Livelier with olecksl irum the Uiil lirnls ol owes to various parties nt from $1 to down, forgetting that it was tho Nubhvllle, an injunction against the loading loga upon a car of tliln fitnoiii lirccil of nwlne In novernl Suits A -Journal that first made tho sug- scalpers which forbids them to handle iEronaut Walter Allerd, fell 300 feet .0 each and sold M 1,200 pound feed iiilcmliil lot ofil of illtli rent agnsforule. Unit sows u nixfl.ilty hati'luiUon guaranteed. Corroj. gestion of their Intimacy of value away tho low priced excursion tickets Issued from his balloon to the earth at Klec , Ing cattle to Rtchnrd Gentry, of Uoyle, HniliMirvollc(tcil. AiMrisi yonder before the currency ques- by tho roadd,becnuse of tho Centennial. trie Park, Chicago, and every bone at 4c. Pam Porsytho and N. L,. Curry i back It. H. BRONAUGH, bold 10,000 bushels of wheat to a South- tion cut such a figuro In politics and The L. & N. especially, is doing all in in his body was broken. ill Orchard, Kjr. Grandison Smith, of Lexington, aged crn miller at 82 cents. It was of a very business. And yet Mr. Wntterson bays Its power to make the Centennial a sucthat if folks had kept in with the cess by hauling people to it at a nomi- 10, was accidentally killed by a llobert fine quality. Uarrodsburg Democrat. -Journal would "now be all nal price and the law ought to havo rlllo In the hands of his , they B. G. Pox and Cap. McKco have C cousin, Roger Ferguson. bought during tho past week from va- right each of thorn, and be wearing been Invoked in its behalf. Ned Hanlon, tho successful manager rious parties 20 cotton mules at from a crown of gold and playing on a harp of a thousand strings." Tho Courier. A NEW record was established In the of the Baltlmoro base ball club, has 810 to 870. Sam Harris, of Lincoln, e department Saturday, when signed to manago tho Philadelphia and Montlc Fox, of Boyle, are feeding Journal is a mighty good paper. In GO Polled Angus beeves for tho Chrlst- fact, it is a capital newspaper, but it is tho appointing power of 1th class post- team at 810,000 per year. by a long shot and has u masters returned from his vacation, Kas., man who swal- - mas market which make a mighty pret- Tho Wichita, not infallible IsJ Receiving his- ' propensity for going tho other way pulled oil his coat, spit on hands and lowed his fatso teeth four years ago, ty picture. They aro all as black as ' when It can not lead tho procession. It put 40(1 republicans In places held by has just died from the elTecto of It. A ' coal und average about 1,400 pounds Tho owners bought them In was reprehonsiblo in Gen. Hardin to democrats. Of tho number Kentucky post mortem disclosed that they had now. Washington county. Advocate. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call; lodged In the esophagus. repudiate the platform upon which ho only got 15. was nominated, ! but it was equally as Tut' 4int. nt WllltmrwIiillMT Unit PllVO THE Msville Store 1 star-eye- 5C BARGAIN'S. lOe BARGAINS. s, l. 25e BARGAINS. --- 1 Lll-lar- t K Wal-dcrse- 50e BARGAINS. dlstato-riousnes- s. 900-poun- d THE LOUISVILLE STORE. e, 4' MONEY 1 ! A 5c Money free-for-a- ll May-fiel- Order Good As Gold Given Away H. al half-doe- n sup-lor- J. McROBERTS. !. Ash-burr- y, ox-Sta- to b TRUSSES y pi'-laH- I Fountain and Household Syringes, Hot Water and Ice Bags, CRAIG es HOOKER. SIDING, two-minut- e holior-than-tho- METAL ROOFING. cut-throat- s, toll-gat- .cvcn-vcai-ol- d I V , 5 A. C.S1HE, L (STANFORD, KY. FLOORING, CEILING, prlco.-Jewai- nlno s FINISH. . ; , i , Farm and Vard Fence. ULUe-QfUaajHt- I Courier- I SSSBfawf". H Courier- nine-year-ol- d . RUPLEY post-otllc- THE MEREfiANT TAILOR -- FALL AND WINTER f GOODS. A .ri. lv'wC!SSHiba -- - r- l.,.,. -- . mr-- .. . p f .., l.UffL . THE INTERIOR JOURNAL1 Stanfokd, Ky., August 24, 1897 K. C. Walton, Uuat.vixs Manaokh. right anil p at right prices at i'enn.v'8 Drug Store. PltKSt'lilPTlONH uro tilled PERSONALS. E.MIL Meiek went to Loulavillo Saturday. School books at W.B. Mcltoborts. A. T. NUNNELLEY trial homo for a Mixed Spices at Warren A: Shanks'. few days. m 9 m Mlts. S. It. COOK has bean ill for a TltY our Electric Hour. Htgglns & wuok or more. Mclvlnney. Miss Hutu Ellison returned from LUNCH Baskets and Boxes all sizes I'tilitsld yonterday. ItHV. W. G. CltAMM is visiting Kov. at Warren & Shanks'. W. S. Griuhtuad. in Commercial Hotel STOItE-KOO- Miss Jennii. West, looking hotter Nnw waist sets, links, dress pins, than ever, Its with the Misses Monetae. pearl studs. Datiks, tho Jeweler. Mas. Mildred Ueazlkv, of Lancaster, la with her daughter, Mm. Will Wheat is still advancing. Store your wheat with us. Thoso who have Hiijh. Mks. Ellen L. Owsley, of Lan- stored have gotten the bonetlt of 10 to caster, and Mrrf. KugeniiiDunliip I'ottn, ID cents per bushel rise. J. H. Baugh-ma- n & Co. of tho Lexington Argonaut, wore guests of Mrs. Matlic Withers ycHter- THE tax books arc now ready and day. you will please como forward and settle at once. This is my last yoar and unHOME NEWS, less your taxos are pa'd you mayexpect to seo your jirojierty advertised. T. D. SCHOOL clock Mo at Banks'. m Frank Weber, In of BtitTalo, Newland, S. L. C. The Christian Endeavor society of Turnersvlllc, will give a supper at that place Saturday evening, Aug. 28th. Hours 5 to 10 i. m.: 2.) ets. There will also be preaching by Itev. W. T. Brooks at ttie church. MishHkttik Weaken is visiting Ver- friends In Crab Orchard. Mu. It. G. Williams, of Mt. non, was hero Saturday. Mlt. 1). 1. of lust week for rent. Apply to A. C. Sine. . i- 1 Mu. LOUIS Clt.viiti, of Eminence, several days with the Mlssos Menofeo. Miss Jessie Hooaiit, of Mt. Washington, O., Is visiting thu family of Mr. Win. Fields. Mit. and Mits. James A. Heazley, of Lancaster, sunl Sunday with his Cincinna ti, ts tho guost of Mr, W. W. Withers. J. IS. Hiooins lias rented tho store Mils. James V. cummins Bpent tov- - room in tli Commercial Hotel building erul days with her parents al Crab Or- vacated by W. H. Brady and Is tilling chard. it with buggies. of Sevekance fc Sons' linen sale Mlts. Du. W. S. Hea.ley and eon, still on and thu people are taking of Lancaster, an with relatives hero. vantage of the low prices. Maky Miss at Eminence. Hall spent tcvoral On Logan Avenue, Kscssion Sept. 1. J. E. Kevins, days at tho Roller Mills. HOUSE FOlt Is ad- Rent. Witiieuh, Good. A Stanford drummer bought 10,000 bushels of wheat at 0(ic and sold Inst week at Wo, thus Increasing his bank account $2,400. m m relatives hero. It. V. Mahtin has movod his family from I lowland to his botllonient on thu A NICE rain fell Sunday and though far short of tiie needs, did a world of good. Fair Tuesday is what ttio signal service promisus. can county committee labored for three hours behind closed doors in thu u Saturday afternoon and brought forth nothing. The object of their meeting was to nominate a candidate for county judge and representative, but they couldn't agree even on that little job and adjourned till Saturday afternoon, Sept. 18, to complete their work. A republican in position to know told an 1. J. reporter that many of the committee favored Mr. J. T. Rose, of tho West End, for judge, and Mr. Sidney Dunbar, of Hubble, for representative, but as neither of thoo gentlemen wore here and tho formor had declined tho nomination once and thu hut or has frequently &tatcd that ho would have no county olllce, we ttio committee will bo com pel led to seek other timber If they nominate caniihiates for thoso ollicos, which tome believe thev will not do. court-housbe-Ilu- Couldn't Make It. The republi- Bush and Charles Glasner.'of Chicago, a frail boat, were swent over Niair- ara Falls to death. Cliulrman C. M. Harnett, of the republican State central committee, hns settled a factional row In Whitley county by appointing a new county We are tnnking preparations for a big output of goods. When you hear committee of II) members. our you will then know we menu to sell the goods. Our aim in making these unAdolph Toopporwcln, of San Antonprecedented price is to reach out and furnish our adjoiding counties, which fact has io, Tex., made a remarkable performance, breaking JI7. clay pigeons out of filways proven itself where a customer favored us with a call. We are here for bus1,000, using a repeating rifle. iness, quick stilus nml small profits. This breaks his own record of 03"i out of 1,000, which was the world's record. Wonderful improvement is noted in Bi'iiiich Store at Hiistonvillc, II. K. Camnitz, Manager. tho condition of the cotton crop In tho Memphis district. Tho season is threo weeks late, but there will be a good yield unless tho crop sutlers from an early frost. Reports from tho same disS trict Indicate that there will bo half an average crop of corn. I i Warren j Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, MA TTING. 2 1 'Us pri-pric- es W. IV. WITHERS. STANFORD. 72 IT mWWMM Schoof Book. want. S5 II tfi m & 35 B 11 The following composition by a little girl won a prize, a fruit cake, ollered by a school: Pants are made for men and men are made for pants. Woman was made for man and not pants. When a man pants for a woman nnd woman pants for" a man, they are a pair of pants,. Such pants do not last. Pants are like molasses, they arc thinner in hot weather and thicker In cold. Tho man in the moon changes his pants during the eclipse. Do not go to tho pantry for pants, you may be mistaken. Men arc often mistaken in pants. Such mistakes make breeches of There has been much discussion as to whether pants are singular or plural. Seems to us thnt wticn men wenr pants It is plural and when they dont wear any it Is singular. Men get on a tenr In their pants and It is all right, but when tho pants get on a tear it is all wrong- .- Waxahachic Light. Everything In stock to supply your SCHOOL TABLETS (31 1J And Stationery at tho Lowest Cali Prices. I I 5S W. B. MoHOBEBTS. DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. M 3H iM E csgslmmmmmmmmiml. -- hi (l il If you want- - AlsKE'.Ntfiful fere-Y&- 'l Lost. Danvlllo pike above rail- road, red case containing pair of gold Somerset pike. rimmed spectacles. Finder leave al spont Miss Annie Meneeke ilayn with tho family of W. G. Cowan this oltlce and get reward. W. H. Heady has closed tils now of KastHertiBtadt, store in tho Commercial Hotel buildcunu down Saturday to vlslthts father, ing, after tlndlng that two didn't pay Mr. J. I). Has tin. as well as one comparatively. MltS. It. 1. STEPHENS, of Danville, sHjnt several days with hur daughter, COAL. Judge T. L. Shulton, of RowMrs, E. L. ltulnliart. s land, has genu back Into tho coal Misses Ann: Minoe and Sallto and will handle only the best ltollur, of Gravel Switch, aru visiting coals. Tho patronage of Stanford peo Capt. and Mrs. II. N. ltollur. ple is solicited. Mlts. Maky Cuktis was oalled to ALL the telephone exchange iolls Lexington Friday by tho Hitlers of her are up and thu wire will bo stretched (Idler, Mlr-- Itaehcl Allison. Mlts. W. J. Davis and little daugh- at once. There are 21 subscribers to ter, Margaret, of Danville, were guests' begin with, but this number will bo In creased when ttio value of tho enter of Mr. William Morolaml. Mlt. and Mlts. IIoiiACi: IIitowN are prise Is realized. back from Crab Orchard Sprlugs and THE colored Chautauqua had a cake are staying at the Myers House. walk Saturday night, which was won Mlts. V. F. McKlNNEY was taken very III while in town Sunday and Is by Allen Hill and Miss Cora Glvens. Thu show druw like a sticking plaster, still sick at Mrs. W. IS. McKInney's. $20 being taken In at 10c a head. MltS. W. M. HOOLE, who has been over visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Wherrltt The meeting has already taken In . at Lancaster, left for New Orleans yesMlts. Mattie WiTHElts is grieving terday. Mlts. J. K. HaUOHMAN and Jones over the death of her gentle old ISaughuian, of Ilustonvlllu, spent sev- George, which died Sunday, at tho uneral days with Mr. and Mrs. M. S. usual age for a horse of 21 years. He was raised by Mr. James Paxton, but ISaughuian. John A. Wallace and bride, of had been In tho Withers family for Lebanon, camu up Sunday to visit his seven or eight years. parents here. He says he Is doing well Leo Bkoken. Mrs. W. 11. in his new home. of Lancaster, was called to Mlt. AND Mlts. S. II. ItKiu, of HusFriday to sou her son, Will J. ton vlllc, and Mrs. J. L. Conway, of Kinnlard, who had thu iiiisfortiTne to Wichita, Katicus, spent several days break his log the night before. Ho had with relatives hore. C. C. l'ETEIts, representing the prepared to go to a hop and In his hurMlt. Louisvilie Disvatoh, was hero yoster-da- ry and absent mlndcdness walked out looking after political matters for of a second story door thinking It was the ground lloor. Thu result was a his constantly Improving paper. Miss Glenn Hum has returned from fracture of loth bones of tho anklo. Hartford, where she had beuu visiting Mr. Kinnlard is cashier of tho Bank of her sister, Mrs. Mnok Fair. Mrs. Fair Middlesboro. came with her and Is now the guest of McRoeekts. William Fullerton Mrs. S. M. Owens. McRoberts, tho It months-olson of Mks. SUSAN Wllll'l'LE and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. John A. Mcltoborts, of ter, Mlns Daisy, of Louisville, who are Corbln, died there Friday of teething stii) Ing at Llnuletta Springs, came up and other troubles and was brought with Mr. Jas. 1). Shelby a few days here Saturday afternoon and interred ago and wore guests of Dr. A. S. Price. in IliitTulo Cemetery after appropriate Miss M.MtlLU IlAKlHS left for Nash- services at tho grave by Rev. J. IS. ville yesterday aftor a visit to her Crouch. The parents are almost n schoolmate, Mrs. W. P. Walton. Shu over tho loss of their only is a young lady of charming porpon-ullt- y and in their sorrow tboy have and added largely to her list of tho sympathy of thu entire community. friends. Thu following friends of tho parents Mlts. A. W. C'AItl'ENTElt, Mrs. A. G. from Corbin attended tho burial: Mr. Turner, Miss Mamie Wilson Carpen- A. S. Rider and wife, Mesdamcs James ter. Uryan Carpenter, Mrs. Forestus Ashbrook, Dr. J. II. Parker, IL B. Hold, Miss Josephine Iteid, Jas Reld, Logsden and Misses Ruth Worman and Mrs. Mary W. Bowman, Miss Virginia Leo Rider. Mr. and Mrs. McRoberts, Howman, Horace Howman, Miss Flor- who were with Mr. and Mrs. W. II. ence Myers, Dr. Ed Alcorn, Miss Lucy Higgins, remained over till yesterday. Alcorn and others took advantage of Distkessing Death. Saturday last tho cheap excursion toChnttanoogavla Miss Rachel Bradshaw, daughter of tho Q. fc C. Saturday. IlENKY C. Faekis, one of tho pro- Mr. J. L. Bradshaw, of Mt. Salem, prietors of the St. Asaph Hotel, Stan- camo hero to attend tho teachers' exford, and one of tho men that Somer- amination. She left for homo in tho set Is always glad to see, Is spending a afternoon driving alone in a cart. As few days In this city and county. Mlsa she passed thu McKlnnuy Cemetery, a Alma Ghnti has returned from a visit Hook of sheep scared her horso and it speed. In her to tho blue gra&s. Orland Heck, of dashed oil at break-nec- k Stanford, a cousin, and Miss Kato Heck, efforts to jump out, Mtss Bradshaw fell of McKinnoy, caiuo with her for n vis-- so that whtlo she did not go to tho Par- ground her head was struck by tho among friends wheels and mashed so that when tho agon. The following young people attend- horse finally kicked out of tho traces ed tho hop nt Crab Orchard Springs and vehicle stopped she was so near Friday veiling: Misses Suo and Bea-sl- o dead that sho lived only a few minutes Mary after tho arrival of thoso who had seen Woods, Pearl Burnstdo, Louise Embry, Honoywood UulT-ma- tho terrlblu sight and wore unablo to Elkln, Isabella Bailey, Mary Bruce und arrest the torrillc gall of tho frightenGlenn Bibb und Messrs. Itowan Sauf-le- ed animal. Miss Bradshaw was an exJack Rout, Robert Bruce, Bledsoe cellent young lady and highly thought Balloy, Harris Wearen, James Saulley, of as a teacher. Sho was assistant In Sam Embry, T. II. Shanks, Cabbell 3. the school at McKinnoy at tho time of Owens, George Ellis, George B. Dunn, her death and was giving the best sat G. A. Mcltoborts, Barnes Wearen and isfaction. Her untimely death is deplored by all who knew her. C. C. Carson. bus!-ness p at ilustouvUlo. Mlt. S. L. Hastin, m m Bosil. Tho Glasgow News publishes a cock and bull story to the effect that a man named Frueman, of this county, was there to confer with lawyers on a proDOaitlon Involving the ownership of some land on which much of the town of Stanford Is now located. The paper says: Many years ago. Con&tan Steg-altho grand-fathe- r of the Honson boys on the maternal sldo of the family, owned tho territory In question, and at his death willed it to his daughter and her holrs. In after years the moth er passed away and their father assum ed control of tho projierty and sold It for the sum of 1,500. The land was afterwards divided Into town lots and sold to various parties. It developed In tho last few years that the elder Hen-so- n had nothing more than n e Interest in tho proorty and that tho deed ho made to it was null and void. Mr. Freeman, who came to Interview tho holrs, told them that rather than enter Into a law suit over the matter he would give thorn a check for $.100 if they would agree to relinquish all interests they had In it. Tho proposition was promptly declined, however, and as soon as the voungest of the brothers attains his majority, which will bo some time in October, legal steps will bo taken by them to get possession of the property. l, life-tim- Hanging Fork Farm For Rent. Small farm of SIXTY ACHES. Half in wheat, rest In corn. Oood Improvements. Address, T. M. WHITE. Coiihin, Kv. On ccrth call on B. K. Wearen & Son, who will also sell ItOWLANI). KY.. you Buggies, Carriages and lloatl Wagons as Has Gouo .Back into tho Coal low as the lowest. Business, And will keep coiiitiuitlv on liiiml the Jelll-cTails llruiu'li and other bot Co:ils and ask the patronage of the pulillc. Stanford friends who want Coal can leave orders with J. It. Higgins which will receive prompt atT. L. SHELTON. tention o. T. L. SHELTON, HIV flJT f Al f The Best Disc Drill f OR DISC HARROW B. K. WEAREN & SOV. ennui FOR RENT. Twelve acres of land mile from KcKln-nuhas L'ood hou-- e of 5 rooms and trood outbuilding!.. Tor Information npplv to G. A. Wai.tkii, or Jr.?K Wai.tgk, Stanford, Kv. v; Klnj-svlllIs-l- in 1 THEY ARE GOING ?5 ! I art Those Table Linens. Wo uro Opening n BI6 LINE Clothing, Hats, Dry Goods and Furniture. 1.00k for prices in next liisue. i 1 i k Many Have Taken Advantage of Our Out-Pric- e Sale. And to Induce others to come wo will mention V Few Special Herr)sf Every one a Bargain: Fast lti-- Damask 25c; CO-- ln. MATRIMONIAL. Landborgor, both of Ottcnhcim, were murrled Friday. Jacob Sallborger, of Louisville, and Miss Annie Aebcrsold, of Ottenbeim, wore married at the bride's home Friday. G. T. Ashlock and Miss Lucy, tho pretty daughter of Mr. J. W. Long, of tho Gilberts Creek section, will bo mar- 5S-l- ii SS-l- n Kin-nlnr- d, John Aobersold and Miss Carrie TANNER BROS., McKinney, Ky. :i5c: Cream German Damask JOc; A " " " HO 5i-l- n. lted and White Fast Damtisk tOo. Cream Damask 2Se; 5S-l- n. " " 4S 33c; 72-l- n. 5S-I- n. " Clinch 72-l- " " " " " " " " CSc. ; Mid-dlesbo- ro Iilcach Damask, (napkltw to mutch H;i) cents; cents. I H. D. PHILLIPS, Gun and ILools Smith. UTANKOItD, I k ns I0-li- n. (napkins to match 9Sc. n. S1.9S) 75 72-l- n. KY. y, Many others not mentioned here. Crah at 5c. 7Jc, 10c, 12c. i. HI. Crash, extra heavy, at 10c. 22-lUnbleached Crash 12Jc, (pial-ltat 10c. Como and see these goods. A paying Investment to buy now. 'j M y All klnth of repairing ilorc at rcasuualile ratoa I'l'hohterlnK 1 rvolaty. featnlactlou KturanecO. SEVERANCE & d ried Wednesday. John W. Ltndawood, a married man with a half dozen children, and Bessie Replogle, aged i:i, skipped from Dayton, O., and are supposed to have mar- v WAGES OF 811 A Book msmMm$msimmmam Haas' SONS. 1 ried. Misses Sallic and Lucy Saunders, sisters, of Caney Fork, Casey county, died within an hour of each other of consumption and wcro buried in the samo grave. Harry Rinlett and Laura Burton, of Marlon, O., were married for the third time last week. Notwithstanding their two divorces they seemed as happy as turtlu doves. Prof. M. D. Flattery, of Centre College, Danville, was married to Mtss Georglo Mackle In London, England, last week. He Is professor of hygcnlc and manager of the gymnasium. A dispatch from Barbourvillo says that Deputy ShcrllT James Meredith and Miss Ella Simpson, of Knox coun ty, were married Saturday. The groom who is but III, has been married seven times and that number of his divorced wives live in tho county. Will Poteot, son of W. J. Poteet, of Harrodsburg, and Miss Bird, daughter of Smith Hansford, eloped to Danville and were married at midnight at tho residence of Dr. Savage by that divine. The youth of tho bride was the objec tion to tho marriage.. Tho couple left homo ostensibly to take a short drive and while out decided to make tho rest of tho journey of Ufotogctheiv for Young and Old. ii t WE CURE NERVOUS OUR RECORD hi Remedy .NOT ONLY heart-broke- Esli 1878 250,000 DISEASED H BLOOD SKIN& PRIVATE DISEASES oll-spri- Prevents Your Hogs from Dying, A MEN CURED vvrH CBHut makes them fatten. sure cure. 250,000 YOUNG MAN r It here.-Some- rset n, Tho rainfall whb guticrul throughout thu Statu Sunday, and tobacco and othur lato crops woro much benefitted. Forest exports of the United States for the Usual year ending Juno HO, 161)7, show an Increaso of 100 per cent, as compared with 18S7. Veterans uro already gathering for tho Grand Army encampment at Buffalo. Cincinnati is making a strong pull for the next encampment. when iicnorant of tho tcrriblo crimo you wore, commit! Inu. Did you only consider tho faccinnlins allurements of tliU evil hnhlt? When too lato to avoid tho tcrriblo remit!, wcro your eye ocnel to your Ncrilif Did you later on in manhood contract any I'll I VATI2 or 1ILOOD Were you cured? dicao? rco somo alarming Do you now symptoms? and then Daro you marry in your trecnt You know. "LUCK KATHElt, LUCK SON." If married, aro you constantly lUiiucin drrnd? Is tuarringo a falluro with you on account of any weakness caused by early nhuio or later Hnvo you been drugged with mercury? This booklet will point out to you tho result of Ihcso crimes and jsiint out how our NLW MUTJIOD TltKAT-MKN'- T will iwsltitcly euro you. It show show thoiisinds hat o been saved by our NKW TltKAT.MKNT. It provci how wo can (IPAKANTKi: TO CUHK ANY ClJllAHLK CASC OK NO PAY. , Wo treat and euro VAUlCOlMILi;, SYPHILIS. OLKKT. sriticTtiii:. mi'uTKNCY, sb- CHLT DRAINS. I'NNATt'UAL KIDNEY and DLADDEK diseases. K.MIS-SIUKS- '2.r teS Ms Kx CURED PENNY'S DRUG STORE. aaC upenor HIGGINS & 7VTKINNEY. i 1 i i CURES GUARANTEED "Tho Wage of Sin" sent frco by enclosing Jo ttomii. uu.Nsrir.vriua 1 ilKK. it ubbuio 10 can, wruo mr QUESTION DLANK for HOME THKATMENT. F) y, Kennedy idkjbj. Kergan ::::.ireirej 122 W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, O. Ijcen Tho Host U always Imitated. The Superior ts tho Genuine Disc Drill. Has and an tested and gives satisfaction. All other Disc Drills aro an experiment thoSuiHjrlor. Suit has been entered In tho U. S. Court against 0110 company for infringement. Farmers, investigate before buying. thor-ouch- Drill lv gfr wrnr inw yf intiyjfcVf! y ...m i,!! pi iniiip. r.ffrwlTwowwiiifri'irrrTTi'ly wiimwmHHftl i ru ' ft I' i n i D Ay i p' s( M ; i Free Pills. estimated that the 5,000,000 The A Co., Send your of secret societies in the cago, and get address to II, E. Hucklen Mutt's Chin fivo sample Iwx of lr. New THE INTERIORJOURNAL A teachers uxiunhiatlon was held members i.lio run, a llousu and Lot at MoKinnov United States spend for rcgtulu,pliunG!)' it. Tlu pillstrim win convince you on lair merYour arc easy in particuhere Friday and Saturday. There were banners, banquets and unnecessary larly piled he In the rum ofaction and nreand Mob constitution llntiu contains 0 rooms. Imlhwiy, nocesMi- heruUrho lor Malaria and I.lier troubles they six applicants for ccrtlticatcs. ry outbuildings. Atxiut I'iuori'sof Intnl. traveling expenses not less than Isa.TDllol5.o5.'r,Moo5.aya,cxja.4rrtda-v-hnve been proicd Invalualde. Tlioy nreRtinraiilciM Discontent- Cxtiislilurtxl tinu of tliubvst locntloiit for it to perfectly free front every deleterious The foundation for a new school- annually. Heverslng the order and!k to purely vegetable They do notsubMnuce liomu ut McKliinvy. weaken house is beinr laid. Work on n new of the lower creation, In which the- male by theiri action, but by giving tone to stoinnehc IIOWMAX SMITH. Is Past. To Kitjoy tlio Suinmor go to $3 PJClt Y.K2..YU IN" A.X) Invigorate the and bowels church will commence at once. And noacock. the male lion, the male barn- - lar sire 2.Vgreatlybox. Sold by W.system. Kerni-- I 11. McRoherl. ler as heretofore stated many new houses viu.t fowi nmi the male generally Is I'rugglits JOT When not wjp.iiasB2.CO will i charged. NOTICE ! or to bo built. The most gorgeously adorned, wo see men are beinir built The True Jinnaty. Crnb Orclinnl now bus the Mnest ItiiiMtrlnl lethargy that once was wont to hold walking In dull black or gray, while HAUvri. urtlst In iliucbiintryin W. M Iteplne. editor TLMlwn, 111., "Chief." the people of Liberty holds them no woman struts alongside in all colors of Mf: "We won't keep liouo without Dr. King's HlKKMOiii:, who bundles tho nml New Discovery forConsumiitlou. louiihsand Colds. vilien ou ruior In eort stylo. Cull on him more. But wide awako and enterpris- tho rainbow, arrayed as not oven Solo- Experimented with many i others, but uetergut the u olvnu sliiiveor tllli liulruuU -- 7 want ffllEJJlM ing men are takintr udvantasre of hor mon of old was arrayed. Only In the true remedy until wo used Dr. King's New Discovremedy Its place In and propose to make of lodiroroom can man sr ratify his natural ery. No other we hsie acan take and sure cure our surroundings homo. as. In It for certnln KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Whooping Cough, AdilresH for Terms, Ac, It Is PIANOS AND ORGANS. the once dull town of Liberty a town love of finery. Only there can he Coughs, Colds, with other remedies,etc " if they Idle to exiierlmeut nre cicn Trains leave Stanford at 7 10 a m. nnd i p. m amonjjst the towns of Kentucky. which Is In him a urged on you as Just as gixl as lr. King's New manifest the atavism returning at 1. 25 p. m. and 0:03 p. m. Becker Bros. Pianos. , Discovery. They as There is a man who is too witty to be lntont memory of mohlstorlc (lays edy has a record ofarc notandgood, bcauethls rem- GITS. H0FKAXT2T, Fxopriotor, Haines Bros'. Nuihh, cures Ivsldco Is giiarnuli'cd KNOXVILLE DIVISION. It neser falls lo satisfy. Trial bott'les tree at Klllugtoii Pianos, wise. He Is over saylnp something when tho males of tho race still wore W. II. Meltolrts' DrugSlor. Crab Oivlmnl, Kv. 32 1. II. Baldwin Ptiinrx, 12 37 p in with facetious Intent and his conversa.. No. 2t Train going North fine feathers, while tho females were l'lscher Pianos, ,Vc. 3 13am " " No. 2t5 " flucklin's Arnica Snlve. 12 01pm tion he pun dilates with puns. This but beasts of burden. Hstuy Organs, Hamilton Organs nml other " South No. 23 " 127pm man already is unaware "that he is not The iet alve In the No. 23 Makes. fur On another page will be found the sores, ulrei.aalt ihcum, world sores,cuts,, bruises fever teller, chap See my Goods and Get Mv Prices Before vou KoralliroinU. the only speck on the wall paper of parting shots of Hon. Henry Wntter-so- ped hands, chilblains, corus and all skin eruptions. Uuy. 10 W. T. WHITE, Crab Orchard. THRO'JOH TICKETS SOU). It positively cures piles or no pay required. Ills Stock of MillinA carefuUV. eternity," and I hesitate to quote him, of the Courier Journal, and Mr. guaranteed to give jierfcct satisfaction or moiier re. UAGOAGE CHKCKKD THROUGH. Carried. JOHMj Castlkuan. A. U. Uniiih, but If he takes this as a tribute to his W. P. Walton, of the INTEBIOB JOUU- - funded, l'rlct 25 cents er box. For sale by V. 11. ery, embracfiiR Everytblnp I'siially reasonaFor any Information enquire of well locnteil nml rent Mcltobvrts, lriigiil. MISS M. S. LOGAN. genius so let him tako it. Out of a NAL, In their set-t- over the Courier-Journaleasy. ble. Terms JOE S. MCE, Agent, Hustonville, Ky. lt eot The "Mny I kls jou Ml.s Tt!iispotV' linked Stanford, Ky. multitude of foolish things here nre a Hops and sorry plight. .Mr. Iluirelns few which he hath said: reader can draw his conclusion as to yoitnir you over 1Ismm1 a girl l)ofore!" "lliivo QUEEN & CRESCENT. Ky., That the moneyless man Alas-ka-who loses the hair. When It comes to nskeil tht rouni? lmlv. INSURANCE COMPANY Trains pa .luuctlon City as follows: "Never! tioscrveratod thu youiifc man. get to Alaska. making tho empyrean blaze with metallns for Sale 4 02 p in No. 2 North 11 (57 a m may kiss me. 1 tlraw tho lino No. 1,'South Par- phor and beauty Mr. Wattcrson lis no at 'Then youkiss "and tell." 3 4Gam That if n Negro were to start to 112tpiu " i " No. 3 " men who " 6 " 130pm adise he would want to take a 11 2 am OF LIVERPOOL. GOLDDVST HORSES, No.S " e superior on tho green earth, but when 6 Warn 8 20 p m " "10 " No. 9 TO OUHE A COLD IN ONE DAY. with him. 6 do not run Sundays, 9 and 10 and plunging For both Saddle mill Iliirness Purixises. AlNote Xs. 3 and it comes to slinging facts Take llromo All to o no further South than Juuctlou City, netlher That Spain once was barely content logic and charging pretense and Incon- DruggistsLaxative the moneyQuinine Tablets, For refund If It falls to Cure. o.thoy run Sundays. C3STLEMK. Cattle, Toland China BSBBEE by W 11. Mcltolrts, Cng A llocker and (i. Jersey and t3 have nil Cuba. But soon she wont sistency Walton Is a little David. Head sale I.. lVtiuy, DruggUls, Staufonl, Ky. FRANKFORT A1DCMCINHATI RY. Hogs, Southdown Sheep. Hav-an- a (any). M.VNAUKUS, and see If it is not true tho wind-uor VIA GEOUUtTOWN. Liniment cures cramp or colic anil Choice Individuals of let strnlus. Call Miss Daisy Gibbins, of Knoxvllle, that the battle 19 not always with the wnnts. wrltoiour A. M P. 31. p. M. x. M. Commerce Building, Louisville, has returned to her homo after a visit acknowledged strong. Bowling Green nil nciiP. and pain. W. 11. McICoberU has It. 200 Lve. Somerset, Arl253 2 S3 20 of 8 " Jet. City. "1131 315 Agent Throughout the outli. six weeks to her sister, Mrs. A WOBI) TO Sloan's I.tntmcnt Is the prvat family rem Courier. 630 4 50 Arr Geonretown, Lr 935 6 05 30 3 00 Mrs. John G. Tnlbott, wife Fratiklort, 1135 7 20 man was arraigned for vriy. It HHivtrutirs so ottlckly, Solil'tivW. A Georgia "6 U. McKoberts. Staufonl. PROPERTY OWNERS. 3 30 of ono of the proprietors of the TriArr' Paris"'""' 8 40 beating his wife. "What have you to 5 10 Dally except fcunday In Liberty from Tex- say for yourself ?" asked the judge. !.ocal Aitelit,' bune, has arrived Hlcycle rlderS take tho "klnk" out of Are you Insured ? If not, why not? C.D. BERCAW, G. P. A. of dwelling's and barns good as your as accompanied by her son. Mr. and "Kin I speak out jedgc ?" "Yes, what their Initio back .vitli Sloan's Mnlmont. For V. II. McKolwrt.s. sale bv Kentucky. Stanford, Mrs. Talbott have rented property hero have you to say ?" "Jedge, yer honor, Royal make the food pure, 37lf Every Farmer nml Stock - KnUor should and propose to make this their home. I wanttcr sav icstthls: wholesome nd delicious. I never did keep Misses Julia Stagg and Amanda Stone, have no trouble with none er my wives gency.Sloan's Liniment on liiiuil for an emerAsk i our neljflilior mid he will tell accompanied by Mr. George E. Stone, 'copt this one. My fust wife was a an- you wliv. Sold iiy W. II. Mcltoherts. Every vear. Involving the lir--s of millions of will start next Tuesday for Nashville to gel, my second came mighty nigh beln1 dollars. Why .should , ou expect to escapo For ehet use visit the exposition. Mrs. Charles one, my third wuz wlllln' an reasona- Sloan'ssore throat or palu In vour.Mcltoberiit. from year to j ear Liniment Sold by W.'ll. DEALER IN Prcscott, of Indiana, Is visiting her pa- ble, myfot'h wuz moderate my" "In Your Proporty May Burn rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Whlpp. the name of goodness" Interrupted the Pleasmonth, within 21 Farm Within a vear, within Home For Miss Minnie Rupley, of Stanford, is at judge' "how many wives have you hours. Why should you eoso tho accuthe Stagg Hotel. She is taking in the had ?" The man looked thoughtful mulation of jenrs of "honest toll to loss by Vehicles, It In nn llre.'whlclt can I otter for sale privately teachers examination here and propos and then said: "Jedirc, I don't know. home on Lower Main street, mv desirable a slntrle Soliciting u share destroy patronage of jour Stanford The es to teach in Casey county. Mai. Wat I uso tor keep track of 'em but I quit house n roomy, prettv cottage with nice hour Bes poet full, Dye returned Thursday from a visit to eountln' after Lee's surrender I" yard and good pi rile n and outhouxcu. and Is In it most jilea-aneighborhood. Call on JESSE D. WEAREIT, the Centennial at Nashville. M. K. me on the premises and I will take pleasure Stanford, Ky Ferry Hargreavos was trying to In showing Its manv advantages. perHumphrey attended the initial General Agent. - - High-GradFertilizers and Coal. 40 .MBS ELIZA l'OBTMAN formance at the Somerset Opera House make me believe that he had an InfalPOWDER lible system for playing the races by A. M. PRICE, Thursday evening. Goods Warranted as Bepnented, Office on NOEL & SON. bt olutcly Pure which It was Impossible for him to lose. Mnlu Street, opxslto Elmore's Store. A MIDNIGHTTRAGKDV. Surgeon Stanford, Kentucky. Wallace Well, he has. IN Dentist, It was midnight, and a dreary rain "What Is It?" J, L. TOTTEN. SAi.rjiMA.v, Com iwul Uny. ROYAl BAnlsO rooOCR CO., Ntw YORK. "He never bets anything but borrow was falling. The West End citizen had Order Office nd Fwl Exchanr, our the Railroad Stanford, Ky. htrwl, CroMlu;, TIIOKoromiKEIi observed before retiring that it would ed money." - - Kontuolcy. OBoeover McltobertV Prm Store in the Osnley Stanford; ! be a good night for sleep, and he was Building. Coal Yard, Mill Strwt, laliir J II IIIkIo.'. LAST EXCURSION TO ATLANTIC d Satlifaction gnarantm!. snoring like a Pullman Tho most proCITY. line of nil breeds sleeper when his wife shook him and Undertaker, attain tho greatOn Thursday, August 26th the Chesa Kentucky said: Hustonville. est weight, fatten peake & Ohio Ky. will run tho last ex"Burglars!" enslly at nny age Offers his services to the people of West Lincoln Boars ready for and Casey counties. Full stock of CotSnsand Cask- Ho was on his feet in an Instant a cursion of the season from Lexington SHEET service. OIIU and sou already bred Plg els always on hand. 14, 97 TIN MB pistol In each hand, ready for business. and Central Kentucky to Atlantic City 93 of either sex, not nkliu Questions mid I). . Carpenter, Manager. only $13 (If not sold privately lofore) I will at 12 promptly answered. "Whore aro they?" he asked in a and Capo May. Round trip STANFORD, ICY., Stop over o clock m. offer for sale on tho premises, J. U. it H. J. UeBOBESTS, Stanford. and tickets good 12 duys. quivering voice. IMamoud Roof "Purest Home," the tietiutlful couutrv home Sole pronrlftor of Dean'a Black l'int. Kitlni.tr lurnWhisI for lalntliirf wwl, "In the parlor," whispered his wife, will bo allowed in Washington on re- of the Into II. S. Withers. The I'lirm Is All I have opened n shop at the forks of tin. ono mile from Stanford on the Lati. metal and Iron ro..f. SatUfartlun Buaranlced ..., turn trip and at White Sulphur Springs "They aro stealing tho piano, and I in iian mac i,ii,,ui, roofs alnls! MRS JU. D. SIMPSON, Pror . Hustonville and .Mllledgvvlllo plkis. near caster pike and vamtitisl for yean, neaier in paid the July installment on It yester- and Covington, Va. Those who have Iron Klltrn. t.atrauliisl and Black Mr. 1". Hold's and nni prepared to do nil kinds of not gone to the seashore this Summer .ancastcr, : Kentucky. day Listen !" 196 Iron Booting of all kind, Sure enough, the piano was emitting should take advantage of this trip. In a high state of cultivation, well watered Blacksmithing and Woodwork, Newly furnished; clean beds; splendsd 1 Porters the most doleful sounds deep, fare- The nitrhts will be cool and weather and fenced, rich and productive, well adapt tablo. Everything At the lowest prices nnd In (he lxst manner ed to the growth of grass, grain, tobacco 89 well notes with an occasional shriek of not too warm during the day. The meet trains. ,0' fl,r PU"k fcnfe guarantee all mi work I will take all and stock raising. A largo frame dwelling All fnaiiilnrnit surf bathing of the season. railing or wire riireran , ftml wbat thrr kinds of country produce, except for hor anguish. situated near the road nnd surrounded by post aud on thr .lk. shoeing which Is CI) cents, want at mratore near Clar cash. Please give Through sleepers to Philadelphia forest and ornamental trees and about tu leading from I alw The accompanied by the b Stanford acres of woodlaud adjoining All for kepponhainlaaiiiii.lrof B. FEXT2T7. armory citizen, mentioned, moved cau- - from Lexington via Chesapeake & Ohio and orchard on other, containinggarden llndjofluiulwrCrab Orchard lankuirws,friiclnir.Uanla me ti shareI of i our patronage.C, II, MAVES before good aim forbnlblliu n,i .i.imrlM. All rermna Jfnlrlnu any artlrlr-oroute, making immediate connection fruit, well arranged and fenced. The dwelltiously toward the parlor. ing has s rooms, with halls, jxirches, pan. thla klud can call on mo at mr, ,?L,V5Ur Burglars, without doubt, for thc for the coast. For maps and time cards iry.s ami cellars, an in a gixxl state of re- Crwk. O. W felNdLKriiN. Si GEORGE H. M'KINNEY. and sleeper reservations call on or pair, well finished work and every necessary sounds ceased as he approached. comfort. Outbuildings aro good .ervants' ssWstokal'Vi write your railroad agent, or Geo. W. rooms, barns, stables, crllw, buggy "Who's there?" he shouted. houses, SHELBY & SHELBY, Pension & Claim Agent, Barney, dls. pass, agt., Lexington, Ky. graiiery, No answer. and tiond In 103 yards, grass, stock lots well arranged and fenced, ....I'roiirlttors "Speak or I'll Three cistern at the door, wells. touds and springs natrlotlc mectlntrs. Dentist, : Stanford, : Ky. Dead silence. shoot!" and an abundance of wnter. Box 44, Stanford, Ky. greet meetings occur this fall In the Will offer ICO acres with all Improvements LIVERY.FEED& SALE.STABLE Office on Lancaster street at I'esldcnce. Bang! Bang! Bang! went the gun. 'Am. had 12 years' first, 10 practice Wore nil tio Nrth. The G. A. R. encampment alsjve mentioned nod then alsmtroad,acres There was a crash, as of broken Buffalo. Aul'. 2.1 to 23. The Sons of In front of house JunctionCity, Ky. uep.'i 'meats In Washington Cltv cut off by and also the entile tract as doscrllmd will bo Oriag Bros. Pure Bred Poultry. glass. And then the citizen seemed to Turnouts, prompt attention, xtrr Veterans encampment, Indianapolis, Boyle- Co. Poultry Yard. receive a blowon the check, from which Sept. 0 to 11 and the Union Veteran offered, retaining the right to accept best reasonable ratr A portlou of your atrunas l la bid. n.eclfu!ly ollcltsl Farmers Co. A word to the farmers. If you make money In the blood trickled. Tho purchaser will gut Immediate iiossos-slothis day and time you must keep up with the times Legion, Columbus, O., Sept. 21 to 24. of farm; house, yard and garduu Jan. roup, KV. ok stan and keep thoroughbreds. They mature earlier with He grappled with a Hying object uary 1st, lsys. The Queen & Crescent Route Is the a profit of more than M erceut. Thearrnement At the same time and place will sell live ol nur yards U such that there can be no mix In then released his hold, while a monster most conPaid up Capital, lino to BulTulo and the 5200,000 00 stock and stock and crop, consisting of breeds. Wo guarantee all et;;s fertile when ship. cit, of the gray and wandering species, Surplus, venient route to all three cities. The Twelve Qcoi Feodlnj 17,603 80 It. B. Hed Fit (lames. Imp. setting ol 15 Hiss, $:t.00 Cattle, a Lot of Year StW darted through a broken pane of glass very lwest rates will b2 offered. Surbcr Celebrated I'll (iiiue " " $2.50 and vanished in the darkness. By proTlsIoiis of Hi In; it, WhlteCrested Black I'ollsh " are a lings. Thoroughbred Jersey Cows, Calves, . .. ' " Adly iirotrcKsl n arvlfNKiltor in National Ilauki, ItetlCap. Imimiled " i'i M " " " K.(t0 Horses, Mulos, Sheep, Hogs and about 20 lt .hurchohlvrs Black Sllnoira. Then he struck a light and tried to liuM lii,llr(unlly liable to Q. A; C. excursion to Cincinnati next " S2.00 Wyandotte, " the extent of the numuiilnt ililr Silver tlurtiii at StaohscfHaj. Sunday, Aug. 20th, at usual low rates. " " S1.S0 quiet his shrieking wife. tho par Taluo thereof, in addition to lk ltarreil I'lymoiith ltoek, thoaiiiutiut iiicli aliarin. It may utt in exnutor, All breetls scire aliove 00 points. "Iluve you killed them?" she gasp Summer resorts open. Coney Island, TuitM.s or Sam:. For stock nnd crop all trustw, Ar., as fully aa an Individual sums under ?2o ciislij over that amount J CUAKi BltOS , I'ios., Junction City Ky. eu. rendering our thaukito those who halo Lagoon, The Zoo, etc. Ask agents mouths time on notes with approved secu"I have wounded one of them, I am Tho small bills for particulars. Jholr bm.ln.-- to u, we tiu.t thoy will lontlnue rity. The laud will be sold for or see toiloro, and wcolli-- a a Kuaruntcofor pnuupt atsure," he replied. cash; the remaining In ecjuul tention to kamo our 20 years' exivrleure In laiik. payments of and 2 years, legal Interest, lug ami ni liberal aciummovlatloui naarc coniUtent OF SiStOOZSLYN. And then, the parlor having capituQueen vc Crescent Route. Low rates Hllh nouml bjuklng. notes to lie dated from day of Miilcaud Hen tt THE POPULAR MM lated, he took possession and looked August, 25 to 27, for tho Danville color retained on laud until all notes nie paid. IIIKECTOHS. For fui titer Information, upplv to around him. J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; ed fair. Ask agents for particulars : uisitiiiiiii.aBni; P. REM). Executor. Caledonian W. II. Cummlni, 1'rwieliirsTllIe; ne had punctured two oil paintings, W. C. Rlnearson, gen'l pass. agt. i'..?,.0,0,fJr' J?r' "wley. IllUm tiooch, s. " Shanks. II. windows, woundbroken three Co., Scotland. b. J. l.ml.ry, j. F. Cah, ed tho piano in the left lung, and shot A BEMABICABLECUBK OP CHBOMO J. K. Lvuii a, W. Carpviitcr, J. N. Mnu'feo, KOUNDliD ISOS. his wife's former husband who WUS OITICIRS. I will effer at public- sale (If not sold prireclining against the wall In crayon In lb02, when I served my country as n S. If. Shanks. President; J. II, Owsloy, Cashier: private In Company A. 107th Pennsylvania vately beforehand) on through the right eye. W. M. Bright, Teller Volunteers, I contracted chronic iimrriitiMi. Ho was master of the situation, but It has given me a great doal of trouble ever Wednesday, Sept. 15, '97, STANKOBB, KY. 0 hIiicc. I havo tried n dozen different mediseeing blood doctor withMy farm and several FIRST NATIONAL BANK IWfrn his wife, forehead, the earned; trickling cinesuny portnnnoutprominentNot long ago n chard 011 situated two miles from Crab Orfrom his sci relief. tho Lancaster and Crab Orchard out Uhambur-lalnOK STANFORD, KY. "You are wounded! You aro bleed- friend sent mo a sample lnittlo of Bemedy turnpike, on Blx Blver, and containing Colic. Cholera and Dlarrho-Wi ing!" FOR after that I Ixiught nml took a 30c Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus $15,750. "It is nothing a mere scratch!" he and tind now I can say that I urn entirely 530 ACRES OF GOOD LAND. replied. And then lie told six excited cured. I can not be thankful enough to you Said laud will be soldusIn three tracts, de'Attention of tho public la railed to tho fact that scribed It to follows: OtMIOINlIM for this great Bemedy this Is the only National Bank In Stanford, tin. neighbors and a policeman who had alt suffering veterans. and recommend write Trnct No, 1, containing about IsO Acres of If in doubt, der the provision ot the National Hank Act been awakened by the shots that if me. Yours gratefully, Henry Stelnlrger, Land, which Includes tho residence, a brick M0IMIM1 dejioiltors are secured not only by the capital stock ONE CENT A MILE Sc and frame with s rooms mid halls, 3 large but by the liability lor an amount thoy found a dead burglar outside they Allentown. Pa. Sold by Craig Hocker. equal tn tho slock so that diimaitors of thla lustltu barns, good leu house and other outbuildSIM tlon aro t ecu red by a fund 01 jJtO.Ooo. Five aworu ings, good orchards, well watered; In fact a needn't bo surprised. Atlanta ConstiColic, Cholera ntttl Chamberlain's tho Mmlitlouo! tlio Hank aro made "BIG FOUR ROUTE," statements toofthe United States (ioieruuient and Its Kumody always affords prompt relief. desirable farm; li') acres In woodland; U5 In mM tution. each year cultivation mid rjmalnder In grass. Liberty. It Is Winter Of $250,-000,0- o Ic? onral igMlr lift CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS,. tlieiK-roiio- f I n, FOR SALE. .I well-selivtm Storo-roo- o 's 10-- nt F.REID, Stanford, pair-o-dic- Shert-Hcr- n 5 p ?Io-mi'- s W. A. -- Thou-Miu- Are Destroyed by Fire or Lightning J. B. HIGGINS, Wagons, ure Pff Pretty 1 Sale. m ,' nt Agricultural Implements, o jifm DEALERS COHL, J. T. Iit SUTTOWT. DUROC HOGS S( side-tracke- Fine Farm for Sale. sit-uut- Tuesday, Sept. J.T.Jones, ii. 21-t- f 11 WIS, Mason Hotel I, first-clas- ! Contains Acres, s. fin-e- 1TOTICE '" Cris-k- 1 DR. W. 3'J-o- f Ico-hou- 'A m-fi- Flrt-I1a- s Illuo-Gra- ss ii Bank&Trast al FIRE INSURANCE . I FHJB3NIX ts-i- Insurance Company, Insurance 1 M0INISMM0MOIMM one-thi- rd r two-thir- ds 1 OM0 J- art-gla- ss numammmmum mmmmmmm IMMOM0 TO mm Publie Sale. of - R.B.MAHONY.Agt., P 's a FALL IN I Ixit-tl- e, BUFFALO LV f mid . .'I Dlar-rho- -a asmu N MOMIMIISIM OM MM ILJJITNJJ I OM M0M0MIM1OIM0 mm mm M ' t 0G0u0(N10N G.T.A., 111AXK I. Clilciiiro. K. ir. IIACON, LouUvlllo. 1. A., J. KEKD. A Kansas farmer who simply could not get harvest hands, put this sign upon the fence: "Harvest hands wanted. Hired girls blonde and genial. Cabinet organ music in tho evening. Pie threo times a day. Three spoons of sugar with every cup of coffee. Hammocks, feather beds or leather divans at your option for sleeping. Rising Tor salo by Craig St llocker. hour 8 o'clock In the morning. Three hours rest ut noon. Come one, como gratifying to receive testimonials for Cliunibcrliilu'ti Colic, Cholera and DlarrlKi'a Bemedy and when tho endorsement Is from a phynlcliut It Is especially so. "There Is no more satisfactory or elTectlvo remedy than Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and DlarrlKi'a Remedy," writes Dr. It. E. Roboy. physician and pharmacist, of Olney, Mo., and as hu has used the Remedy la his own family and sold It In his drug store for six years, ho should certainly know. Tor sale by Craig & Hocker, Stanford. It Is always 0(MM0N!OMMM0 JMOMOMMOIOIM ull." A is U, Z TeSisbed linor DilnH ulnnt t- - OO CJSTcS. Vi AAA Whllo drunk K. M. Allen, of Ind., crawled under a straw stack and set the straw on fire. Ho was burned to a crisp, " Red-for- d, assets am examined at slated tluies by Korernmeut ACCOUNT Tract No. '.' contains about 100 Acres, adagents, thus securing additional and pcrllct satet joining tract No and has upon It a resitbdeittsltors. This Institution originally establishes! as the dence of 4 rooms, a tenant house, good orllank of Stanford In lean, tnuii reorganized as chard, ao acres In cultivation, 30 acres In the atluual Bank ofStaiitord In 16G.1 andagalu grass and the remainder In woodlaud. reorganlied tho First National Bank of Stanford Tract No. 3 contains about 30 Acres, ad In lSi, has had practically an uninterrupted AUC. TO joining tho other tracts, has upon It a burr for 33 years. It Is better supplied now wIC nun whii water tinu sieum Mirer. --' tenant lacilltles for transacting business promptly and lib. Tickets on Halo August 'Jl. '2 and houses, granary, blacksmith shop; about 1'00 Oood returning, leaving Rufftilo -- from Au-'I. erally than fcYcr before In Its long and houorable career. Aceniiuta of Individuals, fiduciaries, tlruis acres of this land N good 1)1. River Bottom. gusts! to Ul, Inclusive, with privilege of and inillvlduala solicited. Said tracts of land will bo offered sepaextension to September '.'0 on deposit of rately and then as a whole. IIIKECTOXS. ticket with lnt Agent at Buffalo, August F, Reld, Lincoln Co.; Teums. Salu will be made on thu follow- 23 J. W. Harden, Stanford and 27, Inclusive. d S. T. Harris. " S. II. ll.iuVl,i.n ing terms: cash; balance In 1 For tickets and full Information cull 011 J. S. Hocker, ' T P Hill, 2 years, equal Installments, hearing Inand any ticket agent of the Big Four Boute, or K. U Tanner, McKlnner. W. A. Trlbble, terest puyable annually. J.H. Colller.Crab Orcli'J; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. Will be glad to show, said tracts to any uddress m, u.cnuore, atauioru. WARREN J. LYNCH, one desiring a home. E O. McCORMICK, orricKRS. W. T. B. WHITE, I'aiscngcr Traffic Mgr Ass. (.en. l"as. A Tkt Ajt. I.S. Bockor, President; J. J. McRoberta Cashier Crab Orchard, Ky. CINCINNATI, OHIO. 1 g. 0. -- i 31st Annual 28. 11 Be-po- Encniupinent, -- 23 111 exist-cue- s. One-thir- 40-- td 63 . SS A. A. McKIuuey,AMlitaulCashler. t