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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897082701 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. tl SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVI. MflTRIMONIflL. Thomas Hale and Miss Hollo inurrlud at Highland 11. ro Wed-ticHiluy. Y LANCASTER. I neglected to note the death of Win. Sobustlau on tho tth. lie was one of tho oldest men In the county, being k7 years of age. He was a strict member of tho Christian church, a moral, upright and Kpular man and lcft-- respectable family and a host of friends. Hon. H. H. King, candidate for State Senator, was here Monday trying to x up liN fences, whleh are badly Messrs. J. W. Alcorn, II. T. Noel and P. M. Mclloberts were among tho distinguished attorneys attending court this week. Miss May Hughes took part in a private musical concert at Danville Tuesday night. Mr. M. F. Klkln succeeded in getting 2S4j001i citizens to join tho Muocabeo Tent here. The degree team from Junction City came over and gave the secret work In a thorough and impressive manner, which proved that they have given the new ritual that study and attention whleh it so justly merits. The success of tho order, both from a business and a lasting fraternal HtandK)int, is no longer a question. W. S. Heazley, ono of our most prom1 a 11 brc-ken. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 27. 1897. HUSTONVILLC. John S. Goode sold to Sam Owens 10 good cotton mules af17 each and delivered same this week. No. wheat Is current at $1 In our market this week. The combination refused hls price and is holding for $1.10- Geo. and Annie Niklrk, of Spring-Heland the Misses Xuwholts, of Brad fordsvllle, are visiting Miss Mamie NO. 52 Bro. W. W. Bruce and family will Commercial of the be home this week. We are glad to 'MM fwintiiltw ft fitntiirn iinil tslrntob nf learn of his improved condition from and busy life of Judge T. '.. ' rheumatism. He will 1111 his pulpit the useful Morrow, of Somerset, the present ex- here next Sunday. Every change of teachers in our pubcellent circuit judge of his district and To buy a Hat from us at from .10 to 100 percent, less than real value. lic school of late years means a change Judge a candidate for Morrow has been prominently before of text books an increase in the numtho public since the early (10s and al- ber of studies. Ask Cole Carpenter ways with honor to himself and what carrying too many books to school We have them In all styles. Men's Stiff Hats at 35e to SOe. Come quick; wo sold CO hats In :i days. inent traders, sold 121 cattle overaglng credit to his constituency. With- did to him to keep him out of the sheep trade. alMHit 1,(100 jtounds, to an Eastern firm out detracting tho least from his honAn Interesting and closely contested at 6c. They are said u be the best orable opponent, Judge James Denton, who is also our friend, we can say of a game of base ball between Hustonville Clieajwst line we ever bundled. Also good line of the verv best make SHOES. Very Low. bunch that ever left tho county. A Illy Line of good crowd was In town Monday and truth that Judge Morrow deserves tho and Kingsvllle nines was played here ' 14 In II vo stock market seemed to boa highest consldetation of his party, both on Saturday. The score was 11 to the little stronger than usual, The loqua- for his long service for it and his ef- favor of the former. There wa? no cious J. D. Swope bought a plug horse forts to give It tone and respectability grumbling in this game as was the case FLANNELS, tec. on the game Saturday before. at s2".60. George Brown sold a pair by acting veil his part. Mills Ilrown Cotton 3c Wire Nails, per pound John W. Held has traded his resl- -' Trlon 2c Ho Is a big hearted man. who scorns evening of September 1, at "Scott-land- of mules at 8176. Hico Bcngc reports Good 5c Grade Ilrown Cotton.. c Horse Shoes, each 3c handsome country home of sales as follows: Shotes at .'He; stock a little act and possesses a full sense of dence on Main Street, the old Cooper All best Grade Calicoes the c j Ilolted Meal, per bushel 45c the Masons. cattle at M..V; horses .'J6 to $06 and right and justice. Illustrative of this, Hotel property, to John Dinwiddle for Is Pounds Granulated Sugar.... ...SI 00 Iirrgnlnsiu all Lines we recall an action on his part which his residence on Western Avenue and Mr. J. II. Popples and Miss Llnnle aged mules at 970 to 9100. We have secured the cervices of Lawrence, both of tho Gilberts Creek The Baptist Association brought a occurred when the writer tlrst came to 3(150 to boot, so I am informed. The driven to Elder large crowd to town Tuesday and Wed- Kentucky to help build the Cincinnati opinion seems to prevail that we are to section, were to have J. G. Livingston's residence late yes- nesday and everybody seemed to take Southern railroad. In our capacity as have another hotel In town in the near terday afternoon and married by that an Interest in tho proceedings. The a contractor we had occasion to employ future. And any prescriptions left In his care will bo carefully filled from a stock of Pure Drugs Our community is being Hooded with j at about half the price that regular druggists charge. gentleman. The bride Is the pretty Christ spirit In the sermons and the a largo number of boys to drive carts. Marse tiTTo MERCHANTS; daughter of Mr..W. K.Lawrence and the splendid music wrec highly appre- They came to us, got jobs and drew (deserters) gold bug literature. We can save you from 15 to 25 per cents on Lots of Goods you buy At Regular Wholesale. Is a very popular young lady, while the ciated by all. Hov. J. F. Williams, of their pay. Afterwards their fathers Henri," the stroke of whose able pen ' groom Is an exceptionally clever gen- Harrodsburg. preached tho annual ser- combined to make us also pay them. once formed opinions for thousands, but xoc now, with only the following of a cor-- , tleman and a good business man. Tho mon at the Baptist church on Tuesday Judge Morrow saw tho injustice, to the men and the suits were poral's guard, Is doubtless gladly furLsTKltlOU JOCUSAI. joins their many night and Hov. T. II. Plommons at the the happy Christian church. Thcro were about withdrawn, though umler the law we nishing the State chairman of the "de-- 1 friends In congratulating pair and In wishing them tho best of 176 delegates and ministers present might have had to pay twice. From sorters'' a long list of his former suband '20 churches with a membership of that day to this wo have always enter- scribers and especially In that territory j II everything this world atTords. Mr. G. T. Ashlock and Miss Lucy 4,000 were represented. J. L. Bruce tained the most kindly feelings for covered largely by that valued sheet Long were married by I lev. W. S. was moderator and K. II. Fox, of Dan- Judge Morrow and have felt great In- wnose eunor nas upon several occasions given him such a decent drubbing Grinstead at her father's residence ville, was clerk. Tho next meeting terest In him personally. morning aufl o'clock. Tho will be held at Bruner's Chapel, Meris said that if he is given the ollieo that it reminds one strikingly, not so It has full Courses of Study lu all departments. It has trained and experienced teachIt Wednesday ers. It has all needful facilities for thu thorough tralnlug of girls In all grades. It was this time he will voluntarily retire at much of tho "champion knock-ou- t groom Is an Industrious and thrifty cer county, in August, 1803. established for tho welfare and convenience of Stanford and Lincoln county. Let all tho young farmer of tho Gilberts Creek The trial of tho Turners, charged the end of the term, to spend the re- blow," as the case of David and Goliah. jwople of Stanford and vicinity, Instead of dissipating their Intluenco by patronlrlng othgreat editor is er schools, rallyaround the College and give It their united and hearty support. section, wbo by his dally walk com- with tho murder of Marlon Sebastian, mainder of his days In the peace and Now that the Next Session opens Mrs. dead? I nominate Bro. Walton to the write for catalogue. Sept. 0th. For full Information call onWM. Sautlev at the college or of his neighbors Is on in earneat in the circuit court, contentment that winds up a mands the admiration SHELTON. I'ueside.vt. vacancy, is there a second? life. and all who know him. Ho is at pres- and it will not likely be concluded beQuite a delightful party was given by ent Vice Grand of tho Independent Or- fore Saturday, as about 60 witnesses Miss Elizabeth Hunn at her beautiful Hubble, der of Odd Fellows of Stanford Lodge, having been summoned. Mostof Tuescountry home, "Richland Residence," No. 1.V1, and lb on hand at lodge hour day aud to 10 o'clock Wednesday was corn Is selling here now at $1.50 near Hustonville. The.spaclous rooms night, though ho consumed in getting a jury and only a Old nearly every meeting on account of the tine prospect for new of the lower lloor were thrown open, away. Tho bride is tho few of the Commonwealth witnesses lives vo miles corn. But little of tho wheat in this Having considered the question from almost o very st.iudMlut. we have decided to adopt handcomo 18 year old daughter of Mr. have testified. Tho evidence so far is community has been sold yet. One dol- and decked in banks of ferns, palms William I,ong, a farmer living near very much like that adduced at tho ex- lar will move most of It when reached and other plants. Tho brilliant lights, beautifully dressed girls and handsome Gilberts Creek station, and is a gener- amining trial. Mr. J. S. Owsley, Jr., again. beaux, together with the mass of llow-er- s, amlablo made a strong statement of the case al favorite, on account of her Will Tnmey bought somu 100 pound converted the place into a bower lleglnulng July 1, IS'JT. believing that It will bo moro satisfactory to both buyer aud seller. who know her. and an attempt is being made to prove disposition, with all shouts of Eubanks Bros, for .'lie. A. J. of beauty. Tho charming hostess in No bad debts will accumulate, consequently wo can sell goods cheaper. It will take much took the train hero Wednesday that they followed Sebastian to Pow- Klce bought some They yearlings for a visit to tho bride's sister, Mrs. ell's store to provoke a dilliculty. The in the West End for about ic. A. C. her usual graceful manner saw that ev- less capital, our expenses will bo less and there Is every reason why tho cash system will ery ono enjoyed himself to tho utmost. prove satisfactory. We only ask you to try It awhile nml If you And it is not to your adllobert House, at Tracy City, Tenn., attorneys for tho defense are Capt. Carman sold his steers to The assembled guests whlled away Exposition. Herndou, Hons. II. II. Tomlinson aud the vantage, wo will not kick on your buying from merchants who sell on credit. We aro satand thence to tho Nashville Judge Hoblnson for $;i.(!0. time In social chat, music, etc., and be- isfied wo can sell you goods from 10 to 23 per cent, choapor than the credit men and till were Miss Annto Ash llobert Harding, Messrs. G. B. Swine-broa- d The attendants II. B. Cox's dwelling on Boone's should certainly bo an Inducement to Very truly, lock and Mr. C. II. Hums; Miss Eml- and L. L. Walker. Messrs. J. creek, burned Wednesday evening, fore leaving repaired to the dining ly Long and Mr. William Hester. Mori. Ilothweli, H. C. Warren and supposed to have caught from tho stove. room, where a sumptuous supper was A bright future stands out prominent- County Attorney Johu&on assist in the No Insurance. S. Dunbar has returned served, on a table, beautifully decked with roses and ferns. It htid almost ly before this newly wedded pair and prosecution. from Iliissull county and reports line reached the "sma' wee hours" when they will have hosts of friends hoi crop-- . George Wood and little daughthe assembled crowd reluctantly said, sailing o'er life's tltful sea." 'Smooth VICINITY NEWS. ter. Kate Lynn, are having chills and i "good night." SuirrAW. fever. j Al Field, with a company of minTho Kentucky Growers' Fire Insur- C. P. Underwood and family are gostrels, (!0 strong, will be at Lexington ing NG TOG ETII EH. G ETTI in Illi- mice Company, in which tho farmers of tovlslt their brother-in-laSept. .'ird. nois soon. Mrs. Col. Kice gavo a nice Lincoln county are so largely interestThe Louisville Post has this sensible cu" 'ie Indictments against alleged their annual meeting at their nwl fn kfiiMt i lnif nf n litu ii.in 41..1. imi mi. 1n-IWit r l ...,.. dinner to her friends Weduesday, in and timely article: raiders wore Hied away at Lawrence-bnrg- , honor of her brother, Mr. T M Good- - "omu omce in Lexington, niesuay, J iUJ tl nml un solf. I?ll find Henry L. Martin declines to Senator and they go free. and it is needless to Aug. 17 ls97- - Tho Legislative Board tl knight's birthday, go under the log cabin, thus emphasizld composed of W. 1 Cox, of Anderson, Buckner McKee was acquitted at his ing tho fact that tho distinction be- examining trial for the killing of Jas. say all enioved it greatly. Oscar Spratt D- w- of Boylo, A. J. Gorham, has returned from Illinois to visit his tween democracy and republicanism is Travis at Lawrencoburg. of Fayette, Sidney Bedford, of Frank parents and friends for a few days. He ineradicable. Wos Craor and Lcander Mcore were Misses Fannie lin, G. T. Higginbotham, of Garrard, For you. Boyd county, democrats prefer to fatally hurt by the explosion of a boiler reports line crops. In AJJi Spoonamore aud Catherine Grlnsteud A. L. Chrisman, of Jessamine, John : fuse with democrats to fusing with re- In a saw mill in Bell county. t, ftl are visiting MUs Mattle White. Hevs. K. Baughman, of Lincoln, A. H. They Ignore publicans or populists. of Mercer, J. A. Logan, o! ShelThe Hichmond Climax says that a Grlnstead, Xealand Crumin are doing no resoluThe money question, adopt Negro woman got so full of religious by, aud C. S. Williams, of Woodford; tions and nominate democrats regard- fervor at a protracted meeting near the proclaiming in the protracted meet- executive board J. E. Delph. presi11 n ymmuwM less of their opinion of the Chicago there that sho throw her baby in tho ing here. There has been one JMIll up to date and the church dent, R. B. Kendall, secretary, L. P. platform. air and it 'ell to the lloor killing it in- somewhat revived. Mrs. Molllo Buck- Spurr, J. D. Hlnton, W. II. Warren This Is said to be a surrender; who stantly. exnml-tio- n ley, of Ohio, is visiting her father, J. and J. C. Bosworth. After an surrendered ? Tho truth Is it Is not a of the business for tho past year Jim Hcedy sent up for 21 years for W. Eubunks for a few days. Mirrender, It Is a reunion. murdor at Williamsburg thought ho tho Legislative Board lind the company Democrats are Ignoring their dis- would take an appeal, but the lynching Headed by U. S. MOOEL, 1)0. 38,353. Mrs. Eliza MeCormack, in a nourishing condition and that tho Drath. agreements, making emphatic their of Sullivan changed his mind and he Model, No. living, HUNDLEY'S colored, wife of tho blind pensioner, losses have only cost the insured 2(lc Son of Klevor's12,C'J1, sou of20,719. tho greatest breeding hog Claude, and 11,007. totho World's Columbian Champion, points of agreement and getting No. Flno, begged to bo taken at onco to tho pen. Martin MeCormack, died on the 21st, per $100. Farmers desiring to save CLAUDK, No.Ixi.irs for service A few sbow gilts old enough to breed, and bred w) w toPPy young not of ready gether on the Issues of His wish was complied with. money will find it to their interest to a specialty, for sale, This stock is htrlctlv ss In everv respect, with aged 47 years. She had been an inva yesterday. William Spragglns, an uncle of Mrs. lid for 20 years and a member of tho consider tills system of protection pedigrees. Trices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Wrltoyour wants or come and was done In Louissee my hogs. This was what James Frye, of Hustonville, died near against tire, lightning and wind. Call A few fresh Jersey Cows for sale. They aro good onos. Also Mammoth Peklu Duck tho vohemont denunciation Powers, In Casoy, Sunday morning. Ho A. M. E. church for 21 years. SheNvas on ville, amid A. E. HUNDLEY, Box 105, Danville, Ky. John K. Baughman, chairman of tho Eggs, SI for A3. burled on the 22d fn tho presence of from certain newspapers, who, now was years old and had been a quite a crowd of old friends and neigh- Lincoln county board, at Hustonville, KW4SnH that It is dono in Boyd, say it is a "sur- successful merchant on Rolling Fork bors. The husband, three daughters or W. R. Williams, county solicitor, render," and rejoice over it. for years. Pneumonia was tho trouble. here. She was Hustonville, who will call, givo you two sons It is democratic harmony with a big Tho trial of Dan Curry for killing andhonorable, survive of the company, &c, unassuming colored wo- rates and . II. It is promoted by good times, by John W. Corley has been continued till an man aud was well respected by tLo or address R. B. Kendall, Gen. Man., prices for farm products and tho January term of higher BY tho Whitley cir white and colored people of the com Lexington, Ky. good prices for wheat, but the real cuit court. His lawyers claimed that munity In which she resided. She said A curled walnut log sold In Letcher cause is a desire in too nouns oi sho was going homo to rest. Her futogother for another con- tho mobbing of his day for $4C0. It will to get Sullivan, had so shattered his nerves neral was preached by Rev. J. W. county the other cost 81,000 by the tirao it gets to tho test with tho common enemy. that ho could not stand a trial. Stanton, of the A. M. E. church, and nearest railroad station, but It is said Mr. Martin promotes It by refusing Rev. General Jarman, of the Christiau aa demothat it will net tho syndicate 315,000 to go under tho log cabin, just Ernest Hogan, colored, who wrote, church. G. W. C. It by refusing to "All Coons Are Alike to when made into furniture. It Is nearcrats here promoted Is a Me," make np a fusion ticket with Mr. Todd. Kentucky product, raised In Bowling Tho most exiwnslvo book over pub- ly 10 feet In circumference and upAlso carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, worNo wonder tho republicans are demo- Green. Ho nets 8400 a month in roy lished Is tho otUolal history of tho war wards of 00 feet to tho first limb. Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. ried. Worry them some more, alty from his song. of the rebellion, now being issued by crats. T Al Hankins, the widely known sportTho St. Louis baby that only weigh- the government. Up to the present Room Oppose Court-Hou- ss Square, Stanford, Ky 1 Richard Bacon, of Fayette county, ed a pound and could lay stretched out time it has cost $2,300,000. Fow will ing man, was killed at Chicago by tho fatally shot his own son, mistaking hlra in a man's hand, Is dead. collapse of a folding bed. over read it. for a burglar, THOMAS KANTZIKor.lt MOHHOW. and Dora Stuurt.H, eloped from Now Albany, I ml , and were married. Mies GusbIo Spencer, of St. Louis, has boon twloo married and twice divorced in the last three months. A man a. GalUoHlls, O.. censured bin wife for going driving with a gentleman friend when she threw boiling water on him, badly nouldltig him. Miss Kate Canlfax, who left hero last June to attend tho Chrlhtlan Endeavor Convention at San Franclneo, surprls-oher friends) hero a few days ago by marrying Mr. Thomas I. Hohon at San IVancleco. London Echo. FriendH of tho young lady here havo been nolllled of the marriage of Miss Laura MoAnnally, who spent several years at the College hero with her aunt, Mrs. J. M. Hubbard, which occurred at Memphis Wednesday. Klrby Heard, of JolTerson county, and Miss Nannlo Swearlngen, of Hullltt county, were married after midnight at Shephcrdsvlllo, after an exulting Their horse ran away, their vehicle was smashed, but they finally made It. MIsp Charlotte Lewis Mason, ono of Frankfort's most charming young women, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Mason, and Mr. John Daniel Payne, u prominent Virginian, will wAl on the Henry Illckson, aed L 11), m 'JkMi J. A Helping Hand Has raised ninny a man from tho path of destruction. We endeavor to d, Help Every One Save niono find snvo tliem largo expenses. Our prices nro lower than ever, as the volume of business has curtailed our expenses. Call and seo our line and satisfy yourself. Children's Clothing better than ever. Satisfaction guaranteed. d i Frye. A return game of base ball between Hustonville and Perryville was played here on Wednesday und resulted in a defeat for the home team. Protracted meeting will begin at the Baptist church here on Sunday next. Their earnest and zealous pastor, Bro. Coleman, will be In charge. L. FuoiiMAy & Co., Danville, Ky The Louisville Wanted350 Men And Boys ! Men's and Boys' Hats, 7c to 85c. Men's Suits from Only $1.98 Up. Fall Underwear, Canton Flannels, I I I I j I ," . ' H. D. McChire, a splendid Druggist, 500 Dozen Eggs Wanted at ap-leal- Per Dozen. TANNER BROS., McKinney, Ky. Where to Send My Girl to School ? if Send Her to Stanford College. C.-J'- s. well-spe- nt A Word To You. 11 J THE CASH SYSTEM, FARRIS St 000-poun- d aOO-pou- HARDIN. I I w toll-gat- e j C 11 'i n. (. .:-- . - Du. I Will Either Buy or Store Van-s.in- m J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. sanctl-llcatio- High Locust Herd Reg. Poland cmnas. first-clate to-da- 70-od- d by-la- UODGRCAKinG uem-ocra- ta fellow-prisone- r, I J. C. M'CLARY. Praotioal Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. m a - Sri bunch of calves at 911. J. U. Dunn old to James Robinson a lot of seed wheat at $1. Thomas Best bought of various parU tho "Klondyku" of Stnnfoid and to trade with us will save you more gold in a ties 22 steer calves at $15. year than you can make on n trip to Alaska. Head our prices; they do tho tnlklng, W. W. Hays hold to Woods it Lynn a Wo luivo the bargains and it must ho acknowleducd by all. small lot of calves at $10. Four nice red Berkshire boars for sale. J. II. Dunn, Lancaster. Growing corn sold at 81.15 a barrel in the field In Madison tiiis week. 5c will buy 2 dozen host qnnllty bono col'ar button; immlly sold at 10c dozen. A. C. Dunn bought at Lancaster 5c will buy 2 cards white agate but'oin, 0 dozen on n card. Monday 30 yearling heifers at .'to. Told 5c it ill buy a good tooth brush, worth 15c. Isaac Hubbard sold to R. B. Woods 5c will buy a good curling Iron, worth 10c. Bernard Doyle, of Vincennes, I ml., 22 hogs averaging 100 pounds at .'Ho. 5c will buy one box of mourning pirn, woith 10V committed suicide because ho could J. II. Smith sold to Charles Ander5c Jm tho price per yard of one of tho best brands in yard tvl.lo, brown or blenched not find work. son, of Garrard, two steer calves at U'M. LANDGRAF. ' Coroner, - cotton. Curley Chief, one of the most noted SIS. Accokdincj to the Courier Journal 5c U tho price per yard of "Our Iteauty' shirting cotton, worth 7 Jc anywhere. Pawnee Indians, is dead near Perry, Supt. School, GARLAND JIXGLETON Lynn bought at Lancaster Woods Brer. Hlndman is burning tho woods Oklahoma, aged 100. Monday a bunch of cattle at with his eloquence down in Southern Incensed at the charge that ho had Kentucky. Wo always said that that In Todd county John Johnson shot ,'.(.). and killed Jolin Andrews and fatally employed detectives to shadow Mayor man Hlndman is a A Shulby county farmer's wheat crcat man and we wounded Tom Andrews. fodd, of Louisville, and indignant that aro glad that everybody is being crop averaged Id bushels an acre on 02 10c will buy :i spools Ilrooks' heat fix cord thread, Kiiarnnteed ns Rood ns O. X. T. The conference between tho strike such agencies had been employed to that ho is the greatest thing on leaders and operators has failed and tho acres. 10c will buy a ladles' belt, latest style, harness buckle, 25c quality. hound him by cowardly scoundrels, wheels. W. It. Rice sold to George Cogar, of 10c will buy 7 psipors of pins, worth 5c each, great strike will continue. Gov. Bradley says: "Whenever I feel Danville. 2,000 bushels of wheat at $1 10c will but a Indies' bleached vest, worth 25c. A baby weighing one ound was born that a man has acted the scoundrel The G. A. R. encampment at Buffaand tho toll. 10c will buy a good lisle thread ink for Indies. with me sutllclcntly to authorize re- - lo, N. Y., is attended by 350,000 veter- at St. Louis. It is well and hearty and Rice S: Rice, of the Hedgevlllo sec10c will buy a good Mzvd linen or TurkMi bath towel, worth 25c any whore. scntment, I will not employ detectives' ans and others. President McKinley gives promise of long life. tion, bought of Robert Nunuellcy 11 l''c will go n long way at our Kenuinnt Counter. Tho average crop of peanuts raised yearlings to hunt him down, but will seek other reviewed the parade, in which there at .'l.W. HV will buy !) boxes of Cabinet wire hair pins. methods of redress." were 50,000 men in line, and made a in the U. S. is 44,000,000 bushels and in and more manly d Sales of 40, cattle, at 4.17 lOottill buy a bov of Whitinoru's Ox Mood or Tan Shoe I'olish. And Mayor Todd knows If he knows speech full of patriotism and good feel- the world COO.OOO.OOO bushels. 10 work mules at $50 are roorted Hiram Hall, who, drowned his wife and anything and everybody else-- knows, ing for all the sections. The meeting in tho Georgetown Times. who knows the governor that he means next year will likely bo at Cincinnati. in a well at Sparta, Tenn., was removThere aro lively transactions in corn ed to Nashville for safe keeping. what he says. We have had many a also in Chicago. September Is quoted We have all along been convinced bout with Bradley in the last score of Miss Anna Nold's Louisville shcool 25c will buy 5 yard of Taffeta KtiMlo Lining, sold nl 10c per yard. 201 and December III. years, but we always found him a man that Shackelford would carry the State will not open again. She will go to tit 25c will buy 5J yards of Lace Scrim, sold nt-W. It. Rice bought of J. S. Murphy per yard anywhere ly foe, who scorned to hit below the by 25,000, but since hearing that Josiah New York to follow her profession. 25c will buy 1 J yards of table oil cloth, worth 25c per yard. a pair of horso mules for $120 and of belt. Hot tempered and irascible, he Patterson was coming to Kentucky to Three Negroes were killed In a bat- Dr. Steele Bailey a mare mule for $77.-525clionrpricopor'hrdof all ilk 40 and 50 width tnfieta ribbon, a 40o quality sometimes goes otl half cocked, like make 11 speeches, we raise tho limit to tle between whites and blacks at Maranywhere ele. many of us do, but like all men whose 25,011. Josiah had better remain at tin's ore mine, in Bibb connty, Ala. 25c will buy a nice India Percale Shirt Waist for ladle; reduced from 50c. Leading London simulators and hearts are In the right place, ho Is the home and fix his fences if he lias any. 25c will buy a nice corset cover. John Anderson, a Chicago lawyer, millers express the boliof that the high quickest one we ever saw to right a Dr. Hunter announces his purpose attempted suicide when ho lost a case price of wheat will be maintained for a 25c will buy onu pair ladles' kl.l initu, ju-- t the thine for imo In house work, Htrj. wrong If he make one or to meet a man 25c will buy 2 pair Indies' luxe; Jut half their usual price. politics. Politics seem in which ho had a big contingent fee. long time. half way In reconciliation, If that man of retiring from 25c will buy menu' straw lmt, worth 50 nnd 75c first of season. Hunter some time Lightning struck P. A. Beach, while to have retired from Wheat slumped to lI!o in Chicago is otherwise worthy. ago. driving along tho road near Walton Tuesday owing to heavy unloading and Brer Hindman is at last in his and ho was killed. The horse was not a desire to realize, but crawled up to POLITICS says he Mo next day. glory. Tho Courier-Journhurt. W. S. Drye is at Hustouvillu workhas begun his campaign and will speak Seymoro Gray, who was to have been 50c will buy a Indies (dipper tan or black. It Is said that Capt. James Thompson almost every day till the election. And will get the Harrodsburg hanged nextdny for mnrder, broke jail ing a number of young horses for John 50c will buy the licit Summer Corset, a il quality. is still at K. Baughman and fixing up a string Jim do love to talk ! He is emphatiMl&s Margaret Ingles, of Paris, who at Fayettoville, W. Va., and 50c will buy nn extra good parasol or mnbre'ln. for tho Lilwrty fair. cally and everlastingly struck on his made Bryan sjK'cehes, wants to be State largo. 50c will pair own voice and Imagines that he Is an assessor Star Pointer nnd Joo Patchon, tho 50c will buy one best of our l0c tripod cotton pants for men. W. V. Whitehead, former Librarian. buy tho blue double front overnll pants. sus- phenomenal pacers, have boon engaged orator from away back. "I say things 50c will buy 4 yards best bed ticking, worth 25c er yd. Warden Happy's attorneys demurred of Carroll county, died of Injuries to appear at tho October meeting at in such an entertaining kind of a way," Clerk Caufield's suit for damages out of tained In falling out of a third-stor- y CaTThcse nro real 11 vo bargains. All we ask i that you call and o.-fltho Louisville trotting track. he said in his speech nccepting tho court at Eddyvllle. window. Taylor M. Estes has sold his bay nomination for appellate clerk that the Tho Rev. Thomas Hawthorne was Judirc C. D. Webb, who used to set gelding, Quicksilver, to A. J. Coleman, people will hear him. Brer Hindman type in this ofilce, was renominated for strangled to death by falling and get did not Intend to be egotistic in this re- police judge of Paris by 2U votes. ting his head between paling, near of Loxlnirton. for SiKM). Ho made a re A. UIUIANSKY A CO, I'KorHtrrowi. cord of 2:2 at the Marlon Fair. Falmark. Ho just spoke his mind. He A. T. Herd has been succeeded as Vancoburg. T. D. HANKY, Man.uikh. makes speeches on every occasion, in Will Tutt. a hurley Negro, murdered con. United States Marshal James' chief During tho 10 days of Kentucky's big the prayer meeting, in the Sunday deputy by Dr. W. Godfrey Hunter's his wife in cold blood at Maylleld, and e, school, in the W. C. T. U., at the an infuriated mob of blacks clammored trotting meeting at Lexington, Oct. 5th son. to ltith, 74,i00 in stakes and purses on the street corner, everywhere It Is said that A. T. Herd, Hunter's for his blood. he can get even one auditor. And they Sheriff George H. Steel and will bo distributed more money than Former former private secretary, has skipped any trotting association in do say that he has been known touwakr because financial Deputy Sheriff Sam Young fought with is offered by of some crooked at the dead of transactions. en his mother-in-lapistols at Hyden, Leslie county, and the world. George Bohon bought 2,000 acres night to "argufy" a point that escaped Mr. E. H. Hilpp, tho excellent mall both were killed, from tho Shakers in Mercer for during tho day. him During a runaway near Masslllon, messenger on this division, is an appliThis is tho first transfer of real e Inspector for Ken O., the reins became entangled about Judge Morrow called tho grand cant for Miss Mabel Findlay's neck and she was estate made by tho Shakers since their iurv before him at Williamsburg and tucky, with good chances of success. settlement was organized, more than Congressman Dorr, of West Virgin-la- . dragged to death. (lnlivfii-nan additional charire that tho Mary and Rebecca Jones, sisters, .'JO years ago. He is is a sweet scented shrub. lynching of Sullivan be fully InvestigaAlthough some Dun says of corn: in slashed each other with ted and the guilty parties brought to charged with loaning his railroad pass Knott county. The former's face is guin has occurred in syniKithy with justice, but that is probably the end of and with insulting a young lady in a horribly disfigured. the leading cereal, tho crop outlook it. Grand juries never find out much sleeping car. Jasper Edwards and Charles Ambers, and enormous receipts tend to depress AVitli The pops will not have to petition to Each Dollars' Woi'tli of Goods Sold about mobs and in this case they will prices, and a prompt reaction would Store. get on the oillclal ballot, Gen. Taylor farmers living near Bloomiugton, 111., make no strenuous effort to do so. SulIf tho support of the wheat mar- were killed by u tree which blew downl follow livan only got what he deserved. Pity holds, as their vote for Congressman on the shanty they were sheltering in. kets were withdrawn 'tis that the law hadn't avenged the was more than 2 per cent, of' the total Mr. W. M. Coopor, the shoep man of Thomas Harlan, of Elkhart, Intl., vote last fall. crime instead of the mob. Pulaski, was on Wednesday's SouthIt Is reported from Washington that didn't know the pistol he was handling us that ho had IN the rush of matter and the crush Congressman Dave Colson will retire was loaded and the discharge that fol- bound train. IIo told lowed fatally wounded his aged moth- handled nearly 5,000 shoep during the of preparing for the promised prosperin favor of Judge Boreing, of London, last seven weeks and that ho got from ity, we failed to mention tho Hopkins-vlll- e when nnother nomination Is due in the er. $1.05 to 2..'J5 for them. tough "Dutch" Shane, a Kentuckian's centennial 11th district, which is doubtless untrue. L'Alouetto won tho rich Futurity for of Moryantown, W. Va., loaded himedition recently sent out. It was comAnd now It Is the Feeble Minded Inat Sheopshead Bay Tuesfaposed of 24 pages and the Interesting stitute. The commissioners pronounce self with whisky and shot two men and Uriel I.atot und rnoit approved ."tylrs ami Dotlgns. Kv ry Iiiitruiiu'iil Uuiiraiilced A Oom- write-up- s were profusely illustrated Superintendent Huff Incompetent, have tally In his effort to break up a camp day, with Lydian second pleto Mai' of got about :t0,000. third. Tho winner with half tones, which were printed as discharged his wife as matron and have meeting. Previous, Dwyer's entry, and one of Mrs. Josephine Pfendcr, of Dayton, clearly as photographs. When Editor practically taken charge of the instituO., crazed on the subject of religion, the favorites, wus left at the post. Meacham goes a cattln', ho goes a cat-ti- tion. A dispatch from Harrodsburg says and sees 'em all one or two better Louis O'Donnel has been appointed attempted to kill her three children, says she intended to offer as that J. E. Cogar &. Co., and Curry Jc in the game. superintendent of malls in Louisville which she Forsythe have purchased between a sacrifice. to succeed John D. Woods, and 10,000 bushels of wheat during :rAnil Surgical Supplies a Wo km irnntec Price and Quality The good news comes that Editor Woods has been transferred toJr. Mr. P. B. Garrison, a Fayette county the Dan E. O'Sullivan has decided not to youth, was so startled by a vivid (lash the past two days, paying $1 for It, but of poatal clerk. He is a son of holding for a accept that big New York paper's ofin&Uintane-ousl- y that many farmers are & the editor of the Bowling Green Cour of lightning that his mind fer but instead will stay in Louisville, He has been placed in further rise. left him. revive the Critic and draw that $2,000 ier. Montlo Fox, agent for Lehman, A U. S. commissionership is to be es- the asylum. a year as member of the board of pubPresident Bordu, of Uruguay, was bought yesterday of Hon. J. S. Ows Vernon and the follow100 export cattle, averaging lic works. With Sullivan to make his tablished at Mt. ing persons have applied for the office: shot and killed by an assassin at Mon- ley, Sr., life miserable and Forrester to make 1,450 pounds, at 1.05. Mr. Fox also James I. White, S. D. Lewis. Dr. S. C. tevideo Wednesday. At the time of him long for death, Mayor Todd will bought Wednesday und yesterday In Davis, J. S. Joplin, J. B. Fish and Sam the assassination President Bordu was doubtless feel like the pains of hell participating in a fete in celebrating of Marion and Garrard counties I.iU ox- V Ward. It will be settled September have got hold upon him already. porters at 1c to 4.(15. 1, when Judge Barr returns from his tho independence of tho republic. At a sale of leaf tobacco Wednesday Col. W. L. Crabb, of the Fible & The three Haglns brothers made summer vacation. In Louisville one hogshead brought 820 Collector Yerkes announces the fol- Crabb distillery company, was arrested their calling for county clerk, circuit Vo 103 hogsheads avlowing appointments: Bland Ballard, on warrants sworn out by Cashier Wil- - per 100 pounds, and clerk and county superintendent in eraged 81(5 70 por 100. Tho highest Breathitt county all right at the pri- chief deputyto succeed W. L. Crutch-er- : nun. ol liii; V7iiiini.iii ijaiin. cnarglng l)rIce w,w I)cr 10 hIK,,er thttn lob,a" James H. Surber, of Junction City, him with unlawful transfer of whisky mary the other day. It remains to be co hud sold heretofore this year, seen if they can make their election as cashier, to succeed S. B. White: Mis from a free warehouse und whisky In the highest quotation for many years. bond. sure. Voters aro not generally very Ora Wllmore, stamp deputy, at The market is very strong. Courier-Journa- l. Mrs. Charlotte Smith, who wants to to succeed J. L. Simpson and much inclined to regard the olJices as THE C. W. Petty, stamp deputy at Law- - solve tho labor problem by compelling the private snap of one family and too About 100 cattlo were on the Winrenceburg, to succeed Judge J. M. Po all tho bachelors to marry, thus taking much greediness may ruin them all. Thoroughbred Duroc Jersey SSD HOBS, good foolso many women out of tho Industrial chester market Monday. soy. sold. Tho AN interesting event is scheduled to Held, seems to be the advance agent of ing prevailed and all were Finn. IT. W. Howard, nf Alabama Jly lininlpra wero eli'ctfl from the brat LcrUt o! occur in tho Cleveland houndiold in who wrote "If Christ Came to Con- - a kindergarten trust, Louisville Com- - best feeders brought 4 cts; common to orthU l.imous hrttxl of wii!o In "CM'ral Stilii A fine feeders S.'l.GU to 8X 75; yearlings, Bjilvtiilhl lnt uf plKa of tllttvn-nOctober, but since the frequent arriv- gross," will arrive in Kentucky next merclal. drcs lor nale. HreJ Satisfaction guaranteed. Corrv. MMsniiiechllv to .'lie. als have become monotonous and tho week to take tho stump in tho interest Judge J. W. Edwards, of Louisville, S0O" lbs., Ilje; good, fat cows iMiiiilcnio Kilkitnl. Achlri'M , old man has fallen into the innocuous of Populist Jo A. Parker's candidacy one of tho best known jurists in tho Several lots of heifers, 550 to 700 R. H. BRONAUGH, He, a lot of 100 fat wethers sold for Mi Orchard, Ky. desuetude ho was wont to describe, pub- for clerk of tho court of appeals. If he South, is a raving maniac. For tho lic interest, is not as great as when lit- can speak no better than he can lecture past 15 months Judge Edwards has .'Jo. There was a much better feeling MMMBsnwiHiiuuaaiaBMiHumm tle Ruth was expected. A birth at the other parties will bo the makers by been conlincd at the home of his son, in the mule trade and big mules sold at Princeton isn't like a birth at the his coming. His lecture in Stanford in Hart county, but no ono suspected. from 315 to 820 more than they did last court day. A couple of weanling mules White House any way. that his mind was alloc ted. disgusted everybody. were sold for 815 each and wo heard of Tho democratic county committee in Jerry Brown, a Negro ravisher, was V being held ut 850 and 8(10. DemTHE Cincinnati Enquirer, sneaking Laurel mude tho following nomina- hung at Fayettoville, W. Va., Tuesday others of last year's campaign, says: tions: For Representative, B. R. Ba- under guard of the State troops, to pre ocrat. "Two superannuated and straddling smok-- t Pakty. A bovy of beautiful irirls politicians made themselves ridiculous ker; County Judge, J. P. Subsor; Cir- vent his rescue. IIo laughed und IsJReceiving his- In American political history, for the cuit Clerk, G. Y. Dcnham; County cd while tho rope wus being adjusted and gullunt boys usscmbledut the homo benefit of the gold speculators." Clerk, Mat Pointer; Attorney, P. F. and seemed to think it was ull mighty of J. Steele Carpentor hist Thursday to Palmer and Buckner, in unison and Stllllngs; Superintendent, D. It. Ham- funny. The woman ho ravished wit- - the delight of Miss Lillian Belle and sotto voce, "I wonder, if he means us?" mock; Sheriff, J. P. Foster; Assessor, Ed nessed the execution. Master Alfred Curponter. M. S. P. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. . ' Many newspapers and numbers of prominent women are interesting THE INTERIOR JOURNAL themselves in the case of tho beautiful Cuban girl, Evangllena Cossio Cisne-roStanford. Ky.. August 27, 1S97 ions condemned by Wyler's brutal min to '20 years' imprisonment in Spain's foulest prison for a crime she could not possibly be guilty of. The W. P. WALTON. New York Journal publishes tho names of tho fair petitioners asking tho reDEMOCRATIC TICKET. lease of the girl, which requires sever al pages and includes many Kentucky Fo Aplale CVk, S. J. SHACKELFORD ladies. " Circuit Judge, M.C.SAUFLEY. ' Com'lth Attorney, J. S. OWSLEY, Jr. No one who has over seen tho Hon. M. F. NORTH. James It. Richardson, of the Glasgow " Representative, JAS. P. BAILEY. Times, will think for an instant that ho ""'""a " Countu Clerk. - GEO. li. COOPER. is tho hero in the sereal ho is about to publish entitled 'Beautiful Jim." " Countt Attorney, HARVEY HELM. There have been a great mnny things ' Circuit Clerk, J. F. HOLDAM. " Slteriir, - - 5.1 ML. M. 0YEXS said about Editor Jim, good, bad and " Jailer, GEO. W. DEliORD. inditlerent, but no one over accused him of being pretty. " Affror, - - C.G. BAKER. s, ;, Schnlk; Jailer, G. B. Hale; Surveyor, James Mellargue; Coroner, J. T. Carrier. P. F. Stllllngs declined tho nomination tendered him. J. 1'. Tho decline In the value of silver is not a matter for rojolclng, but rather for severe regret, because wo are tho largest producers of silver in tho world, and it is of interest and profit to all of us that all our products should be remunerative to tho producers. The regret is also allied with some anxiety, for tho lower in vaiuo silver falls the more dlllieult it may become to keep our silver coinage upon a parity with gold, as the government has pledged itself to do. Louisville Commercial. HARM AND TRADE, Wheat is selling in Louisville at U7e. W. W. Hays bought of Robert Harnett 115 hogs at ,'lc. Dr. G. W. Bronnugh bought a small THE Mstfille Store f 5C BARGAINS, News Briefly 700-poun- d lOe BARGAINS. con-vidc- 1,210-poun- 2e BARGAINS. 1 cl-- e. " al 50e BARGAINS. -- post-oflic- e. ia THE LOUISVILLE STORE. 1 post-olllc- w MONEY ! $50,-00- 0. post-otllc- A 5c Money pon-kniv- Order Good As Gold Given Away At Jy H. J. McROBERTS. TRUSSES CRAIG I " two-year-ol- ds n' .'50,-0- 00 Fountain and Household Syringes, Hot Water and Ice Bags, HOOKER. SIDING, jo-siti- METAL ROOFING. 7 FLOORING, STANFORD, KY". I Nich-olasvill- c, gsgr FINISH. Farm and Yard Fence. CEILING, t I I ."! lb.-,.- H. G. RUPLEY, r- THE MERCHANT TAILOR -- FALL AND f "WINTER f GOODS, Give him a Call: 3nh Iri ui . ,.,... a.-- .t. ,f !) Ti. J.UWW0HM iU3Z - ' .L atfc - M T ypw i"" 7" THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky., August 27, 1897 12. Kby. Geoiuii: 1. Tauhman, of joined his wife hero Tuesday. Now-por- t, pearl studs. Miss Anna Chow, of Lexington, Is tho guest of Miss Virginia Warren. Mlts. Jambs Miliiuun went to Dan ville yesterday to visit her husband's mother. Mas. J. II. Ybaobii went up to London yesterday to meet her husband and Fay-ettevill- e, C. Walton, Jiraixixs Manacikk. I 1 are tilled right and attcnJ the fair. at right prices at Penny's Drug Store. MltS. llKNDl'.USON Ni:VSOMB,of Tonn., arrived yesterday to PERSONALS. visit relatives here. Tub LouisvilleTiines reproduced our Miss Sauii: Lili .ami Irt visiting picture of Miss Eva Lainmers, with adfriends in Danville. ditional compliments. Mlts. J. T. 1'ALMiiit, of IUchmond, PllOF. C. II. IIOLMBS will be presiIs the guest of Mrs. J. C. McClnry. dent of the Savannah District High Mlts. L. II. HCKSCNu, of Somerset, School at Flat Woods, Tonn., next sesIh at her father, Mr. Joe II. Hunt's. sion, which begins next Monday. MlSS JKNNIK LacicHY, of Lancaster, Nkwh from Louisville yesterday was was the guest ')f Mrs. John W. Ilout. that Mr. A. L'rbansky, proprietor of Miss IIi:.Nitli: Fish, of Crab Orch- the Louisville Store hero and Ml other ard, was the guest of Mm. I. W. Fish. stores In this State and Indiana, was Mil. AND Mas. Mel). ROYALTY, of dying of cancer of the stomach. Casey, visited friends here this week. Tin: talented little elocutionist. Miss SHKItlrVT. 13. Nl'.WLAND lias been Lou Clark, of Boyle, has, wo tiro glad days vlth cholera mordown to note, succeeded fn getting up a class bus. here to teach her beautiful art. She W. It. Kick went up to London Wcd- will commence about the middle of rpmIhv to buv inulos and attend the September and give two lessons n week. ritKSCKlPTlONH Aunt Sally Reynolds is still very low. Can It bo thut tho Hon. J. N. SaunC. B. Marcum will teach the Lake ders has Hopped ? Fetish the thought ! school and will begin next Monday. II. J. Williams, of Hubble, Is visit Tub Stanford brass band has been ing relatives and friends In this neigh engaged to mnko music for the Liberty borhood. fair, Sept. 8,0 and 10. .. Messrs. Tucker and Glnss have bee A dispatch from Danville says that buying more calves In this vicinity th George- Kono, a Negro was last few days. shot and Instantly killed by Night Po- There was a grand picnic at William licctnan John Crainm. The olllcer Morgan's last Saturday nnd wo learn caught him stealing and tho Negro re- that Blackberry wine and stronger resisted arrest. freshments (lowed freely and black eyes .I..-- NbV waist sets, links, dress pins, Danks, the Jeweler. WflYNESBURG, NO SUCH 3 We Invito romp irNun with m BARGAINS IN S'Ta&fets And Scfioof Suppfies JiSTiin lie found elsewhere. any lino. Tin: tax books are now ready and anybody went away without having a you will please come forward and settle chance to show his hand at lighting it at once. This is my last year and un- was because he did not make it known. less your taxes are pa'd you may expect to see your projierty advertised. T. D. Mrs. Virginia Adams, ol Fremont, Nowhmd, S. L. C. gr.vo birth to triplets, two girls and a 10 children at MOST of the farmers in this section boy, last week, making four births, triplets twice and two sets aro holding their wheat for a higher price and so far money hasn't got into of twins. r circulation much. The crop is said to Mrs. Mary Marimon, of Editor R. L. Marimon, of the Wo are tnnking preparations for a big output of goods. When you hear cur he very short in many parts of the Sayings, fell and broke her you will then know we mean to sell the goods. Our aim in making these unworld and that the price may go highSO. precedented prices is to reach out and furnish our adjoidlng counties, which fact lia er, but you can't always tell. It might arm. She Is grand-mothe- and bloody no-.e- s were numerous and If PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Furniture, Carpets. Wall Paper, M A TTING. p'rl-pric- cs liar-rodsbu- rg not. TUB p fair. Mu.'S. T. DicicmtsoN, of Casey, is visiting his brother, Mr. John It. Dlck-or&o- n. ! the Wut-- Knd, Is visiting hur daughter at Crab Orchard. Mlts. LUCY Hr.ST, of t I' Mlts. JussitTiiAYi.011, of Corbln, is Mr. and Mrs. Fervisiting her pat-uni- ry White. Miss Maky SkvekaNCH, of Lebanon, spent several days with Mrs. Joseph Severance. MajoU Ai. IJCIiNS, of Ilustonvllle, spent suvoral days with his many friends hero. M11. JnmiY Smith and family, who have licon visiting Mrs, H. It. McKin-noreturned to Jelllco Wednesday. MllS. Al.lCK Xkwi.aND and children, George Huston, of A KM BltOlCBN. Fred and Annie, of CrabOrehard, jmss-u- Huhtoiiville, had one of his arms brokthrough to Cincinnati Wednesday. en while loading cross ties at McICin- TlluClima.x says that Mr. and Mrs. ncy a few days ago. W. II. Shanks were delightfully enterTlIK ojienlng day of tho College for tained atltlchmond by Mrs. Matt. Cowill be Monthu school year of hen. day, Sept. (i. By that tlmo tho buildMils. Ki.ii. Joskph Skvkhanck reIn good turned Wednesday from a protracted ing and grounds will bo put condition. Let there be a large enviclt to her mother at Horn Lake, rollment of pupils on thu opening day. Mlfe. Mlts. J. H. MeAl.lSTim and child-ro- u Salb. Hiram Fowoll, son of Mr. C. wont over to Jessamine WednesD. Fowell, the Lancaster merchant, day to visit, hur sister, Mrs. Thomas has bought of Lllburn Gooch his house Mutcalf. of Lancas and three' acres of land at Gilberts K. McKoiiKItTS, Mil. H. ter, was here yesterday to mout his Creek station for l,:t00. Mr. Fowell will open a general merchadlse store wife, who had been visiting at there about Jan. 1. Mlts. ltKTTIK NuYirs and Misses I'KAniBH. Deputy Collector James Kuth Klllson nnd Molllo Dnugherty are M. Carter left a basket of tho llnest attending the Baptist Association at jwaches we ever saw at this office Ijiuoaslor. Wo did not weigh them, but Giles SlllNK, who with Julia Hunt, judging from their immense size they opened the 0Hra House hero, Is with must have weighed two pounds eaeli Frohtnan's "Under tho Hud Hobo" Co. and they were as delicious us they were this season. Immense. As one good turn deserves s Mksuamks Jamiss Lbk, Mnttie another, It is hoped Mr. Carter will call and U. S. Traylor aru among the again when similarly laden. attendants at the Baptist Association y, SALE OF LIVE STOCK. tickL.& N. will sell round-triets to Williamsburg at one fnre on HOME NEWS, Aug. Ill, good to return Sept. 1, on acAtmv farm on thu McCormarks Cluireli count of the Whitley county fair. A jilUi', one tnllc South of TuriiiTsvlllf, I will School clock OSc at Danks'. rate of $1.10 for the round trip will be School books atW. It. MeKoborts.' given to Richmond on account of RobThe inson &. Franklin's circus sot, (1Uk)-- o of my entire lot of MlXBD Spices at Warren & Shanks'. London fair rate this week Is one fare Horces and Cattle, Milk Csws, Hogs, &:., LUNCH Baskets and Boxes all sizes for both ways. To t lie highest bidders. There are 4 good at Warren A-- Shanks'. d Horse, !- JRbwakii. I will give 10 reward for llnxxl Mares, ear-orillv, Horse Colt, :tugel sign the return of my watch lost between Mules, Mule, It gets dryer and dryer with no yearling Mule, Mule Colt", 4 Cow nnil Calves. good ear-llof rain or promise of any. "Fair, Fri- W. I' Ciiiinos' nnd Mrs. Beazley's on Cattle. 75 Stuck Hogs. Will aNo sell Logans Creek, or between there and my crop day, warmer." of growing Corn. my home on tho Danville ptke. The 'Tkhm. Hums of S20 and under, cash: TllB now style of fall hats aro cover- works are Waltham, case gold and over that amount a credit till .Ian. 1st, 1M), payable In I'armcrs ed with feathers and the women are to made by Duhme Si Co., Cin., O., with with Interest. Noteswltlfgood security reHank and Trust Co., a jaunty angle on the side my initials on outside of It. T. L. Lil- quired. wear them at J. P fiOYEK, Tumersvllle. of their heads. ian!. Danville. nlwnys proven itself where a customer favored us with a call. iness, quick sales and small profits. We aro .here for bus- W. W. On Tuesday, Oct. 5th 1 to-da- 1 1 ear-ol- 1 - -'- ld 1 1 VSS'S Scfioof Book. Everything In WITHERS, STANFORD. m Branch Store at Ilustonville, II. It. Camnitz, Manager. 1 (1 ng stock tosujijily your wants. SCHOOL TABLETS . And Stationery at the Lowest Cash Price. ri third section of freight train No. ran Into the rear end of the second section, which was the Northbound local, at Boston, about 0:110 Wednesday even- Fatal anii Costly Wkbcic. -- Tho JM1 Commissioner's Sale W. B. MoROBERTS. DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. 1S.07-0- 3 I.INCOLN C'IKCriT COL'KT. A CiimplK'll. I'llL, vs. P. M Yowell, ing, canning a fearful' wreck and cost- MIssC. Hefts.; anil Oeorge Oownev, I'llL. vs. Vc.. ing tho life of Jnmes Scanlon, the en P. M. Yowell. c, Hefts. Consolidated cases In Kqulty. . ,. gineer of the third section. The trouble seemed to have boon with tho sec Pursuant to a Judgment of thu Lincoln Circuit Court, rendered at its June Term, ond section which had failed to set its 1!7, In the iiImivu consolidated cases, the danger Hag far enough back. Tommy undersigned Commissioner will offer at public Warren, the conductor, and John Rose, der on outcry to the highest nnd bent bidthe head brakeman of the third sec- iMM&2W&3 If you want ..,2. Wwl-nosda- y. No-vlu- at Lancaster. , COKPSBS.--MorrF.cd, the Gilberts Creek Mills, is years Mil. A. M. I'KAitn:, father Judge T. I. Sholton, is dangerously ill old and has never scon a dead person at Klngsvllle, and she hat. boon sum- and never until last Sunday had he seen an ojien grave. The thought of a moned to his bedside. Miss Lki.a Caktf.il of Morohuid, corjiso unnerves him and ho has stuaccompanied her father, Deputy Collec- diously avoided the sight of one. He tor J. M. Carter, to Iximlon Wednes- happened to bo at McKlnnoy Sunday, when Miss Bradshaw was burled and day and will visit friends there MlSSKS ANNA ANll JULIA DUUHAM he attended auueral for the llrst time. Anah Chamberlain, of Danand Mi-Foil STBALINC. WllBAT. Follcoman ville, spent several days with Misses Warren, of Hurrodsburg, was bore Suo Whitley and Xelllo Murphy. Wednesday in search of John MeadMil. ami Mks. Maimc llAltUIN left ows, colored, wanted there for stealing Tuesday for Louisville, Nashville and wheat, and he and Marshal Nowiand other points. Mr c ,:' Tato '" ,10,, bagged him after considerable hunt. Ing In the store during their absence. Meadows, who has already served a Kby. G 1:01101: W. GOWKN, tho term In thu pen, is a bad one and our Lancaster divine, was hero this citizens aro not distressed at giving week to see his old friend, Hev. W. K. him up for awhile. Kills, and mingle with his other admir ers. Tub Brodhead fair management Dlt. Hugh KKlli took Kph Penning-to- n through Fresldent K. K. Frotheroe has to Le.lngton a few days ago to see sent tho iNTBitlOlt Jouknal a nice lethis father, whom they found doing ter of thanks for tho assistance It gave reasonably well, but not In condition to the enterprise, which we highly apprereturn home. ciate. The letter also says: Wo have Miss Km.bn Hallou Is doing splen- a surplus left. It Is our wish to use it in didly with her music class at tho My- improving tho grounds, putting up nice ers House. She has 15 or 0 pupils and attractive buildings, and making tho they are making rapid progros-- j under trrounds beautiful. Wo wish too, to her experienced training. make several free rings especially for J. N.SAUNliKHS, of Stanford, is at ladies' decorative work and increase the Gait Housu. Mr. Saunders was ono premiums otherwise. Wo will also of tho ablest men In tho Houso of the build a special building for all rings ex '01 Legislature. He Is now practicing cepting stock. law. Louisville Dispatch. AKKAIH OP is of Mrs. of ."1(5 s tion, and Fireman Keogh, who jumped, were all considerably bruised and oth erwise painfully hurt. Mr. Aubrey Flshback, stenographer for Master of Trains B. N. Roller, was on Scanlon's engine, and no also had a narrow es- eaKj. Ho jumped as soon ns ho realb. ed the situation thus saving his life and got otl with only a few scratches on his faou" and a slightly sprained wrist. Engineer James lvearns and Conductor II. C. Futon were in chargeof tho local and neither of them, nor their crew was hurt. The engine was badly torn up ns were a number of cars Including a oar load of sheep, of which a number woro killed. James Scanlon, the unfortunate, was one of the oldest engineers on tho road and one of the best. Ills home was In Louisville, where he had a wifo and live children. He was in good shape llnancially, owning several handsomo residence- - in that city. Ills body and face were fearfully disfigured while his head was almost severed. Tho wreck was a costly ono to the company. Trallic was delayed 12 hours or more and of a consequence No. 2."i did not arrive here till ii'.'dO yesterday. Monday, Sept. 13, to-w- it: '97, llelng tlrsl day of the Lincoln county court, a credit of C and 13 mouths, 'the following described proK'rty, Ux)ii The Best Disc Drill OR DISC HARROW On ecrth call on 33. A Houso and Lot in Hustonvillo Beginning at the And txiundcil as follows West side Df Masonic Hal' on Main street and running Westward! v WltoJ. W. Alien. V Co.'s corner, thence Southwardly 47 feet to a stone, thence Eastwardly OS feet to a stone, thence Northwardly 47 feet to the beginning. Second parcel described and Ixumdcd as follows, lviug on tho unlets of the Hanging l'ork In Lincoln county: Beginning at thu centre ol Hustouwlle and Stanford turnpike road, II, C. Cariwiiter'sorlgliial corner. tliencuS. S2US K. ! jmies 12 links to center of said creek, thence down said creek N. 70 I. :il lmles to centre of old road, thence with said road?. fi." E. Is juries lit links. E. 24 poles 50', E. l.'l pole 21 links s1. 2.'1 links to a stone on the South side of said road, thence 72' E. 4'J jxries to a stone In said road, thence with ro.id N. !I'J E. :ii poles 17 links to old bed of creek, thenco N. .I2', E. U poles 20 links to the north bank of said creek, thence N. 20't W. SO jxries to a stone north of turnpike, thence 117 US W. 70 jxries Is links to a si one at jxijilar tiee, thenco N. 4t W. s xries s links to a stone alxive spring, thence X. 20' W. 106 jxries to stone, thence X. ;W W. 4U jxries li links nt stone at buckeye, tbeii'M' X. 02i W. 12 jxrior- - Jo a stone at Vowoll's corner, thence with Vowelt's several lines S. tljfc E. 112 jioles to a stone, thence S. 04 W. 23 jxries 15 !lnks to a stone, S. 554 E. 14!) poles to centre of said turn-jiland with same, which course If reduced to a st might line would bo S. 71' W. OS jxiles to the beginning, containing you Buggies, Carriages and Komi "Wagons as low as the lowest. 3v. "Wearon & Son, who will also sell B. K. WEAREN & SON. mmmmmM$$mm !? ; rl, i c& THEY ARE 601N6 Those Tabic Linens. Cut-Pric- e ! Many Have Taken Advan- tage of Our Sale. And to induce others to eomo wo will niuntion. ko RELIGIOUS The Tatos Creek association will hi held hero next year. Rev. George O. Barnes is no.v hold Ing forth in Georgetown. Hid. Joseph Ballon will preach at the Christian church nt 11 A. M. Sunday. Rev. J, K. Nunnelley, of Georgeat tho Baptist church town, will Sunday morning. The Concord Baptist association censured Dr. Whltsitt and asked for his immediate resignation. The Lutheran year book rejKirts 1,- rS,('.:t communicants, a gain of a half- million in tho hist It) years. Rev. J. B. Crouch will begin a pro- & ?5 5s-ln- cli 1UsJ4 ACRES. . Few Special Everv one a Ilarguin: Past ltcri Damask 25c: 30 Cri'Miii 00-l- lten?s, 33c; IS 75 biil-Ha- nt Less alxiut fto sold and eonvced to Joseph Cuffev lv deed of V. M. Yowell and wife. Third parcel N bounded us follows, near Ilustonville, In Lincoln county. on the turn-pik- e road leading from salil'town to Danville: On the north by the land of Wm. II. Wright, on tlie east by the lands of P.M. Yowell and the south by tho lands of !'. S. Kautinian, containing sO n, 5.l 35c: 54-l- n, 5-- Ked and White Past Damtisk 40c. Cream Damask 25c; m is. In fierman Damask 40c; ill 72-l- n. n. fis-ln- " ln. 72-l- n. Pleach Damask, (najiklns to match flse) " " i"c' nse. cents; cunts. ACKES. v, " i i r $ ' school house lot, thence X. 02J4 E. In jxries 11 links to a stone, corner to atne. thence S. 24 E. 17 ixries 0 links to the ceutie of the turnpike, thence with the centre of said Hike X. 70 E. 05 jxries to the centre, opixislto two stones thence leaving the plko X. 27 W. 150 ixries to a Mono near a mite, thence X 02Mi E. 2:i jxrieslOllnkstoastone, thence X. tracted meeting at the Baptist church 7 W. 10s juries to a (.tone In Wright's line, thenco his Hue N. 01 W. 1K1 jxjles 10 links to at Hustouvillo Sunday morning. Wright's corner, filji E. 191 the prayer meeting at tho Chris- a stone. links to a stone. thenco At Cixijier's corner jxries 20 tian church Wednesday night, John II. thence SU'f W. XI jxries 4 links to a stone on In CM)jH.'r's line and corner to Shanks united with tho church and vas the branch thence meandering said branch Kauffman, P. 15J4 E. 24 ixries S. 22 E. 10 juries S. 22 US Tub old iNTBitioit Jouknal baso baptized by Rev. W. E. Ellis. Du. William Siiblton, Hovs. K. B. ixries, thenco leaving Rev. W. G. Cram, of Wllllamstown, E. 12 jxries S. 4s20E.E.15 21 jxries. H. Crouch and J. II. Mc- - ball club gathered Itself together the Mahony, J. thence X. 77 said branch S. Stan- will preach at the Methodist church E. 5 ixries to tho meeting house corner, 1 B. Wearon other afternoon and defeated tho n Alio, !)5 poles 0 links to a stone, will begin at thence S. 'JS E. and R. K. Noel are attending tho Bap-- ford team by a score of 12 to II. Tho Saturday night. Services thenco S. 27 E. 11 jxries to the beginning, . f..l...w. in- T imniiLtmi find "-- following gentlemen composed the I. J. 7:r. containing m situated in Lincoln couti-tKy- - on tho turnpike road leading from ilustonville to Stanford and bounded as follows: llegluiilug at a stone, corner to l'ourth jiareel Is " Many others not mentioned here. Crash at U?" 10-l- n. " " " (najiklns to match SLUs) 5c. 7J$c. 10c. 12Jc. ity at ill. Crash, e.Ntr.i heavy, at 10c. Come and bee these goods. 10c. 22-l- n. A qualUnbleached Crash 123 paj Ing Investment to buy now. mmm i SEVERANCE & SONS. I. list Associations rea. ... - Tanner Bros., tho J. McKlnnoy merchants, Is back from an other trip to tho cities, where he bought dead loads t,f goods dirt cheap. Head their "ad." in another column and see what they offer. Mil. U. L. Hknslby, of Klngsvlllo, mid his brother, W. C. Hensloy, of Boone county, who is visiting him, wore hero yesterday. Ho says the tomato crop is mighty light In tho South End and that not near tho usiiul amount L. TaNNBH, of """ li will be canned. Mil. Macic Huffman left Wednesday morning for u visit to his brother, T. M. Huffman, at Irene, Fergus county, Montana, whom ho has not seen for years. After getting together two old bachs may decide to go to tho tho Klondike and dig for gold. 30-od- d Messrs. T. A. Rico, A. II. Severance, George B. Dunn, W. F. Sheridan, J. T. Kmbry, G. L. Fenny, C. A. Moore, Harvey Helm, C. i. Tato and Thumps Wearon and tho game they played would have been a credit to professionals. Sheridan on llrst dldn'l make an error, Rico and Severance as pitchers, won additional laurels, Dunn caught a lino game, Kmbry on second, Moore on third and Fenny nt short discounted any playing hero since tho I. Js. disbanded, while Holm, Tato and Wearon did Holding that may yet land them In professional clubs. Will Em-br- y umpired quite satisfactorily. Tho Stanford team isn't satUtlcd that tho old boys can best them so thoy challenged them for another game, which will occur near Mrs. Lou Shanks' at a:30 this P. M. team: Elder Joseph Severance has closed his nmtrnotod meetinir at Maxey's Val- ley, in Casey eouniy, In which he had iu iiuuiiiuiio. An enthusiastic Sunday school siijier- Intendent at Wichita, Kansas, ,n...,.i..,l Ills eehool by tolOIhono during his OOn- ilni.m.Mit in licit with a uiokui icj,. Tho Hev. W. C. Condltl', who has .u served Is oil on a vaca- Camjiton, for 31 years, tlon and his people are taking a much needed breathing spell. Rev. J. S. Kcndrlck, of Danville, Is ,,,1 holding a protracted meeting which tho delight of the membership has been Increased 13 since tho begin- nlng of tho meeting, seven by letter and six by baptism. Bro. Kendrlck ls surely a man of God, and wo hope for ' more good. Harrison Courier. 100 ACKES. t'nder the lud;meiit of the couit heroin it was adjudged that the defendant. Josepl.lno Evans, has a valid and supeiior Hen on all (ourof the tracts or land to secure the jiay- inont of her said debt and costs, and so ma- nv of tho llrst three tracts and so much of 0 , , jx,e ... ..,..,,iin.i juoi 111 , i,, fJitf Uk)Vi, aM;i ,, 110ClKsatv for fourtll trut.t mir. will be sold as wl'l satlsf the debt of tlie deft.. Josephine Evans, for tho sum of t,lollllul "iiiu,s (i?j.uuu) with interest thereon from the 1Mb day of January. 11)2. at tlie rate of ) jior cent, jier annum until Jan. imIi. suXtivt.t ton credit of ..a, 175 lulv In iiki; $175 Jan. ls'Jt: H . W wB a Qk jju uvHIh I j Vu HW fw Ej1B lll -- M ftA KUTlHHltfMSHH Im id f fK v JSSiaVJSP4 WT MaUff fl ml SpitiS'ui'Suf --- i, animal Interest fium July 1. 102, to Jan. In imm, and her costs hctoln exjxjuded. Amount to bo realized by tho sale of tho lioud with ajiiiroved security required of ,,,...,1 j,rlH.rty is S5.7ts.42. ifcfer A.SV w mmMmm ?)3iaro. imv J!?'"W1 ij. 7 1 - vllVt.telr.te0.. R Has lxen thor-ou-ir Disc Tho Pest ls always Imitated. The Superior Is tho Genuinearo an Drill. experiment and an Intested and gives satisfaction. All other DNc Drills lv effect of Judgment and jiavablo to thu fringement on the Sujierlor. Suit has been entered In the L'.S. Court against ono coiu-jmU"tl1 "" th for Infringement, l'urniers, investigate before buying. Master Com'r Lincoln Circuit Court. ny c WARKEX, HIGGINS & M'KINNEY. . FJp- - -- M ? SI M DE, W. B tl m I-- ?; 5 If, MM 0M0r0M0Nl iSSUimiiM OIMMOMOMIMB .1, i...t Chappcll and White seems to have vey Herd, of Texas, tho country place more sense than wo had accredited near Danville, known as "Warren-theTHE INTERIORJOURNALl The Junction City school house has with. If J. M. Johnson Is half as wood," which Mr. Herd bought at the House and Lot at MoKinnev been treated to a new coat of paint. wise as we have heretofore regnrded recent Leo sale. Tho place contains IIiuio rontiittiH ft room. Iiullwny, ticcotmi. Mr. James? Suinpter Is building him- htm, ho will withdraw at once from the .'170 acres and Mr. Warren paid about rr oullnillillii:. Atxnit lncrusof Intnl. :ea.Toli.oli.a AT u.oo&a.sro Aza.i. STriia-v-(.'onsluVrvil 01 f I' bot locutions for n self n dwelling on the Stanford pike race for circuit clerk. Republicans in $21,000 for It, an advance of $300 over homo at MeKltnioy. above the that portion of Lincoln that tho writer what It cost Mr. Herd tho last week In HOWMAN ."MITII. Is Past. To Knjoy tlio Summer go to JU PKBYJfiAH 12s' .V1J VA.XCJK Mr. J. K. Wright, near Milledge-villo- , has lately visited are not tho least im- July, but not qulto ns much as Mr. Lee charged, has the finest crop of tobacco in pressed with tho nomination of turn paid for il when Mr. Warren ! S- - Wheu not so paid 332. SO will it to portion of Kentucky. He bought coats for the county offices and express- him. "Warrenwood." with tho excepthis Ural) Orchard now lias the finest tonsorlal It of a party who raised it in the knobs ed themselves as decidedly opposed to tion of tho six years Mr. Leo had It, i artist In tin country In the person of s'anuei, ill! baekofMliledgcvllle. tho nomination of what they town culls has been in the Warren family from HutKKMoiiK, w'" hiuullos the scissor nnd razor In eiert stvlc. Cull 'on lilm when vou The protracted meeting continues at from the democratic party, to olllces the time lt was first taken up as a grant want u clean nhaveor stltsli haircut. 27 the Haptist church. Mr. and Mrs. C. that ought to bo filled by those who over 100 years ago. Advocate. H. Slaughter, Oakland, and Miss Ry have borne tho burden, while these KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Address for Terms, Ac., Sumethinij to Depend on. an, of hocky torn, wno nave lately same "culls," as one rad put It, wero AND ORGANS. -, H Mr. .lames Trains leave Stanford nl T 10 a. in. and 4 p. in moved among us, and Mr. and Mrs. fighting In firm of Jones A of the democratic Cowden. 111..lone- of tliedrutf Dr. King's New Sin the ranks H';iUnor returning t 4. S3 p. m. and 03 p. in In MsPianos, GTJS. HOFMANIT, Propriotor, Decker Pros'. Pros', 1'lnnos, James Tuggle have united by letter. party. That there is trouble In tho cotery, says that last winter his wile was attacked Ilalnus cn..o kiyw wllli 1.1 irlpM and KNOXVILLE DIVISION. i Islington Pianos, Bro. Taylor is assisted by Bro. W. W. camp of the g. o. p. in Lincoln ns well phytlelaiis at Cowden her lMnn eould serious that and do nothing 32 I). II. Iluldivtn Pianos, Crnli Orehiirtl, ICv. 12 37 p in Lee, of Louisville, who has delivered fir her It seemed todeeloi Into liaslv coiisuiiin24 Train going North No. as In Casey, surely no one Is so foolish tlon llailiii! I)r Kind's Now Dlsoirerv in store. l'lschur Pianos, Ac. 3 13am " " No. 26 " ami selling lots of It, ho took a tmttlo home and to 12 01pm several excellent sermons. " to deny. South No. 25 " Ilstoy Organs, Hamilton Organs and other tne surprise or all site 'eg.iu to get lelter from first pm I " " No. 2J " Makes. Chief of Police Helm, of Danville, Home uW and half doieii Unties cured her sound and Fornllll'olnts. See my Goods nnd Get Mv Prices Ileforo vou MT. XKN'IA. well. Dr Klnn's New PKiiYcry lor Consumption, came out Sunday evening on the track 10 W. T. Will TK, Crab Orchard. Coiiiihs nnd Colds Is guaranteed to do this good Htiy. THKO'JGH TICKETS SOLD. I onVr for Milo privately tnv Try It nnd young Fields, Miss Pearl King Is teaching a good work Drug Store.Free trial liottles at W II. lIAKU.VOi: CHKCKKD TIU'.OUOH. of George Engleman liotne on I,owur Mnlii street, Stanford. The A.t). I.AMI1M. CASTLS.UA.V. both of color, who had put Lena Ken- - school here. For any lnfoiinatlou enquire ot liouo Is n roomy, pretty cuttaire with nlco JOIIX. Old People. grandmothley up to stealing from her yard anil kixmI garden nnd iuthiitisc, mid N Stock water has not been as scarce JOK S. MCE, Agent, Cull on Old people who require medicine to regulate the In h most pleiiKUiil neighborhood. Stanford, Ky. er, Darkey MeKinloy, $'20 in money and In a long while. hovels and kidneys will find the true remedy In moon tho premises ami I will take pleasure her bank book calling for $30, which chick- - Electric Hitters. This medicine dues not George A. Eubanks' In phoning lu manv advantages. QUEEN & CRESCENT. and contain no whiVey nor other Intoiicsnt, 40 MPS. F.M.A I'OKTMAN. sho drew and divided with them. They on is dead again. but acts asa tonic alterallre. It arts mil, IK- ha I he Trains paw Junction City as follows: INSURANCE COMPANY fixMini wlrltnJ and lmel, aildlmt strennth with two other dusky damsels were Will Phillips killed a hawk 175 yards stomachtho organs, thereby aldlnt; 02 p m tone to Xo. l.South .... 11 5" a m No. 2 North Nature In the 1121pm " 4 " .....8 46 am ing to run off to Cincinnati to enjoy with a Winchester rlfie. licrfnruiauco of tho functions, Klrrlrie lllttKrs Is No. 3 " " 6 " 130pm their 111 gotten wealth, but the con112. a m No. 5 " OF LIVERPOOL. Oldu-oUOWI.AN!). KY.. Tom Clark has tho biggest water- an excellent ap)etlrer and aids dlgmllon. Filte tiny 00 a m S 20 it m " 10 " pie tlnd It just exact! what thor need. No. 9 " 5 and fi do not run Sundays, 0 and 10 spiracy was fortunately nipped in the melon crop in the Willow Grove vicin- cents and Sliujier bottle at V. 11. Mcltolwrt's Note- -ii Has Back into the Coal o no furtimr feoutii than Junction City, netltier bud and now Lena is a prisoner and the ity and I am told Is making money out Drug Store. o.tliey run Sundays, Business, Jlucklin's young bloods are fugitives. Salic. or it. Anil will keepooiistitntlv mi hand the Jelll-eFRANKFORT AND HMCINHATI RY. The nest salre for The Junction City Maccabce degree MANA(i;itS, The Knights of the Maccabees aro ores, ulcers, salt In the world sore, rut,, bruises Fulls llriiuch and tit lie r tiost Conls and rheum, ferer tetter, rhap VIA GhOKUfclOWN. t, Stanford of and all team, comj.osed of Knights V. D. taking in new members right along, ped hands, ehilblalns, corns no pay klu eruptions, ask tho patroiiagoCoal tho public. orders with ltpositlrely cures piles or can lease r. m. a. m friends who want A. M. required, P. V. e J. E. Booth, F. V. Reynolds, K. Keeper Geo. D. Hop- guaranteed to give erfect satisfaction or nioner ltd J. II. lllgglns, nlilcii wilt receive prompt at- Commerce 'Building, Louisville. Lve. Somerset, 2,00 2 S3 re- Arl2.vs ' Jet. City. : 8 20 C. Cosby, Dr. " 1131 cents jir twx. For sale by V, II, 3 13 inime.i. met T. I.. HIKI.TON. II. S. Chase. Dr. J. R. per informs me. Atetits Throughout the outli. tention 6 30 Mclloberts, Dnipglit. 4 50 S 05 Arr 'ieorgetown, Lt 9 33 " Frankfort, Matt. Engle3 00 Steele, Richard West, " 6 30 "7 20 1155 Dick Cobb has the prettiest lot of ....o TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. G. R. Hardin, Shorthorn and hornless cattle that I Ky., 10 5 30 man, J. R. Saudusky, 8 40 Arr l'aris Take llromo All Drily except Sunday E. L. Grubbs went to have seen in u long tlmo and of which DruggisisLixadre the moneyQuinine Tablets. For David Dunn and . Lical Agent, Has for Sale refund if It falls to Cure. C.,D.BEnc.VW,G.P.-AII. .Mclto!erls, Crslg A Lancaster Wednesday night at the in- he is very proud, but ho wouldn't toll I..ale by W Druggists, Stanford, Ky. Mocker slid ti. GOLDDUST HORSES. Stanford, Peiiuv, Kentucky. vitation of Deputy Supreite State Com- me the price paid for them. Royal makes the food pure, JJtf For both Saddle and Harness Puiises. AlQ. & C. excursion to Cincinnati next mander M. F. Elkin to Initiate some wholesome and delicious. Dickcd Martin has been so elated so 25 candidates in Tent over tho recent arrival ol a girl oaoy Sunday. Aug. 29th, at usual low rates. Jeney and n Cattle, Poland Chba at that place. The team was hospita- nl his house that when he salutes his bummer resorts ojwn. Coney Island, Southdown Sheep. Hon, bly entertained at the Lancaster Ho neighbor Instead of saying "Good The Lagoon. Tho Zoo, etc. Ask agents Choice Individuals of liest strains. Call or write your wnnu. tel and will remember with pleasure morning," he forgets and says "Good or see small bills for particulars. nr.Ai.nn in their visit to Lancaster. gal." Queen fc Crescent Route. Low rates AWOIU) TO On Saturday morning at 4 o'clock Mr. James Gastineau Is one of the August 25 to 27, for the PleasDanville colorat the plan- most versatile eentlemen In the neigh- ed fair. Ask agents the unearthly OWNERS. for particulars ing mill aroused all of the Shelby and borhood. He Is at once a first-claW. C. Rlnearsun, gen'l pftss.agt. Arti you Insured ? If not, why not? Junction City people from their beds, carpenter, blacksmith, gunsmith, maof dwellings and barns good as yours to find the tenement house of Mrs. chinist, farmer, trader, etc., and excels Hanging Fork Farm For Rent. George Wells afire. Aunt Tilly Sum in all. mers, an old colored woman, lost most Fount Myers says he seldom takes a Small farm of her furniture, while Mrs. Wells lost drink of whisky except on Christmns wheat, rest In of SIXTV ACItRS. Half In High-Grad- e corn. OixmI Improvements. Fertilizers and Goal. F.verv year. Involving tho loss of millions of $500, and thero was no Insuranco. At mornings, but when ho docs he says he T. M. WHITE, Coiuiin. Kv. Address. dollars. Why should vou exinvt to escape Goods Warranted as , least 200 people were on the ground always wishes his neck was a yard long Oftlce on from year to year ? Aht olutely Pur Main Street, opMste Wtnoro'ii Store, within U0 minutes after the whistle be- becauso it "feels so good while passing Munford, Kentucky Your Property May Bum gan to blow, and as some were not too down." Twelve acres of land , nillii from ICelvlii-uecareful to dress, some amusing sights J I. TOTTKN. SALr.MAX. The once famous Sulphur Well on 3 rooms and gixnl Within a vear. within a month, within 21 has good house of VOAK. POoSCR CO., should were to bo seen when day broke. Mr. Josh Adams' farm, which used to outbuildings. For Information applv to G. hours). Wliyyears of vou cxiioso theloss by liuuesl toll to of A. W.ti.TKit. THOUOrOIIIIKED Miss Bottle Wells, who Is one of tho be sort of a public resort, 50 or GO years Stanford, Kv.Klngsvllle, or Jkssi: Vai.ti:ii, a single tlre.'whlch ran destroy IV In an u prettiest and most popular of our young ago, lias gone dry and it is missed ! hour t Soliciting a share of your liatrouago KosiMftfully, ladles, has gone to Midway to enter 'we never miss the water till tho well Tho most proschool. Miss Bertha Hendron, of runs dry." lific ot nil breeds, JESSE D. WEAIIEN, attain thu greatKentucky Nicholasvllle, has been visiting Miss A mad dog bit 14 canines between Hnatonville. Stanford. Ky est weight, fatten General Agent, - - Bettie Wells. Misses Willie Hilton Willow Grove and Shelby City the easily at any age Offers his services to the people of West Lincoln lloam readv for and Casey counties. Full stock of Cotfinsand Cask and Emma Urfer attended the Brod-hea- d other dav before It was finally killed. 14, Ullt and wiw nlreudv bred. Plg service & ets always on nana. fair. Mr. R. E. Burke has re- It camo very near biting two or three 93 I). S. CarH!uter. Manager. of either sex, not nktn Questions and (If not sold privately before) I will at 13 promptly answered. turned from Brownville, Tenn. Mrs. ladies and some children at dftreront o'clock M. offer for sale on thu premises, "Forest Home," the lieiuitlful countrv homo J. V. k H. J. Ue&OmTS, Stanford. John Bell Gibson and children, of places where it visited. of tho late II. S. Withers. The Farm Is Corn it ml Hay, Williamsburg, are the guests of Dr. one mile from Stanford on the LanMiss Mattie Bosley is teaching tho Ordrr Ollice and Fsl F.ichanp., near the lUllrosd I hnvcoiiciifd a shop at the forks of thu George Hunn. Mrs. Bud Gibony, of school at Willow Grove and as it is the caster plku and CnrvilDiJ, Pst birr.' l, llustonvllle nnd Mllledgevllle pikes, near MttS.U. D.SIMPSON, Pror.. Middlesboro, has been visiting Miss second or third term of hers there, It - - Iventuclcy Mr. F. Held and nm nrenared to do all 170 kinds of : Alice Williams. Mr. A. L. Farris, of Is evident Ool Yrd, Mill StnsM, Uudr J II Hhwlns'. that the patrons generally Satisfaction guarantrrd. ) Wilmore, and Mr. Hare, of Nlcholas- - are pleased with tho way she starts In a high state of cultivation, well watered Blacksmithing and Woodwork, Newly furnished; clean beds; splcndsd vllle, are the guests of Mr. J. E. and fenced, rich and productive, well adaptyoung ideas to shooting. Porters ed to the growth ol grass, grain, tobacco tabic Everything At the lowest prices nnd In the 1ksI manner Wright. 89 trams. imcct I guarantee all my work. There has been but little rain on a and stock raNlng. A largo frame dwelling I will take nil Your scribe had the pleasure of at- strip about two miles wide in this sec- situated near the road nnd surrounded by kinds of country product', except for horse forest and ornamental trees and about 40 TIS WORKS, shoeing which Is 0u cents, cash. Please give SHEET tending the Boyle County Teachers' tion and I am told some corn will make acres of woodlaud adjoining garden tne a sharu of your patronage, . FXXTXT7, Institute at Perryville Tuesday. Supt. only half a crop. It has been raining and orchard on other, containing good I C. II. MAYES. ICV., fruit, well arranged J. W. Rawlings, who deserves to be on the just nnd unjust for many miles ing nan s rooms, witnand fenced. Thu dwell nails, porches, panProprietor of Dean's Illack Diamond Poof Sole for his heart is in the work, around and hence tho lack of rain hero try and cellars, till In a good state of re- I'alnl. Intimates jurnlshrd for palntliiK wood, GEORGE H. All was at the helm, ably assisting Princi- can not be attributed to the abiding of pair, well finished work and uverv necessary metal and Iron mofs. Jsatlsfacthm cuarantwd I'alnt comfort. Outbuildings are goxt Mirvants' roots palntnl with lean's Illack Diamond BBBBBVHBBBBatr" JbbR pal T. E. McClelland, of Ewing Insti- sinners In this vicinity. for rears. Dealer lu best Cistern Pumps warranted rooms, barns, stables, crllw, tiuggv Iron Fllten. (i:raniisUiid Hlaik and pond In 100 yards, andtlatranlusl all Llnds. tute. Perryville, as Instrubtor. Prin. President Juck Bosley Is having the granery. grass, .stock lots well arranged and fenced, Iron Itoofinof InW. C. Grinstead, who has thus far cistern at the door, wells, iiouils und uprlngs : Ky. structed eight institutes this vacation, Danville pike put In even better con- and an abundance of water. UentiHi, : ! It ever was. He has told dition than Box 44, Ky. Will offer 1CU acres with all Improvements was on hand to solve knotty questions Office on Lancaster street at Residence. the farmers along the road that they alMive mentioned first, then alxiut to acres All persons deslrine Locust Posts for plank fence, Mas had 12 years practice before nil tho and render assistance when tho reet could haul out gravel and rock to pay In front ot house and cutoff bv road, and post and railing or wire fence ran find wbat ther Depn iineuU In Washington City. entire tract want at mr Griag Bros.' Pure Bred Poultry. failed. Mr. Walter Allen, of Danville, their toll as far in adhnce as they also the retaining the as described willbent badlnit fromstore near Cdar toCreek, on theI pike also Stanford right to accept Crah Orchard secretary, and Miss Lou Scott, organ- please and many have accepted his bid. Poultry Yard. Iloyle Co. keep ou hand a supply of plank for feiielm:. All Co. kinds of lumber for Imlldkiu purpiwes, also lioards The purchaser will get Immediate A word to the fjrmers. If you make money In ist, were at their posts and some 40 proposition. In nearly a century, rons deslrlnu any article of and ihimtlva. All this day and time you niiiM keep up with the times among them two Marion since this pike was made, it has had uary of farm; house, van! and garden Jan. this kind cau tall on mo at my ator iiearlcdar OFSTANIOIIP, KY. and keep thorniighlirtsls. Tliey matiiro earlier with teachers, 1st. llis. . W MNOl.brON. W Creek. a profit of more than .V) erceiit Thearr.ngemeut county and two Lincoln county teachAt and but seven presidents, the first of whom stock the same time crop, place will sell live ot our yards Is such that there ran be no mix In Paid up Capital, $200,000 00 mid ntock and consisting ot breeds. We guarantee all egn fertile when snipped. ers, were highly entertained by Prof. was Thomas Helm; tho 2d, Hayden J. Surplus, 17,603 80 & 11. II. lied I'll Games. Imp. oettliijof 15 E?,'s, S3.00 Poynter, of Perryville, in a speech on McRoborts; 3d, James Crow; 4th, Jo- TwoIto Good Feeding Cattle, a Lot cfYear-llng' S.J 00 ' Surlier Celebrated Pit ( me Dy pmrlslnns of Its charter, dritllors are a " " " ....rroprietors SJ.50 physiology, which almost equaled that White Created Mack Polish Thoroughbred Jer:cy Cows, Cahes, seph McAlister, Sr.; 5th, G. A. Lackfully protected as ro depositors lu National llauks, " " " 550 Iced Cap. Imported Horse;, llulcs, Sheep, Hogs and about 20 " " " S2.00 of our Mr. Swearingcn during tho re- - ey; Oth, J. S. Bosley; 7th, Aus. Hale, Individually lUblo to Illack Minorca. LIVERY.FEED& SALE .STABLE Its shareholders brln held tlirlr stM.k theielu at ' " " the extent oftlie aiiiuiiutof Wyandotte, Silver Lincoln County Institute. Stacks of Haj and at his deuth 15 years ago "Uncle the par value thereof, In addition to tin) amount In. ' " 51.50 cent Uarred Plyiiioiith Hook, Tested lu nidi stiartst. It may nit as executor, Ky. All breed sooru aliotetX) Jiolnts. Juck" Bosley was again elected. He TeiOH or Sai.i:. For ht.n-- and crop all trustee, Ac , as fully as mi Individual. CltAIG UKOS., 1'ros., Junction City. Ky. oerthat niiuiuiiltf TeudHrliiKotir thanks to thine ho hare entrust-ts- l Co. asks that all the furmers cut the weeds sums undergo ca-- with approved m Turnouts, prompt attention, very months time on notes their Imiliiess to us, c trust they will continue reasoiiahlo rates A ortioii of your patronage is The laud will be sold for along tho roadside in front of their to do to, and weoilrr as u Kuarauteefor prompt resiKXtfully solicited. A light shower of rain fell here Sunto sainu our "U years' exs:rii'iict lu In cipial cah; the remaining' Sltiri'AW. premises. and as HU'ral urtumuiodalloui nsaru consistent payments of and years, legal Interest, day. with sound lunkiii. notes to lie dated from dnyof Miilound Hen 9 THE POPULAR The picnic here on tho 1st Saturday IIIRRCTOHS, retained on laud until all notes are paid. Danville. Mrs. A. E. Hundley, Ml. in September will be held at the Chris- who has typhoid fever, has about For fuither Information, applv to J.J. Williams, II. Vernon, W Cummins, I'reaclicrsTllIe; F. KKli), F.eeutor. tian church. J. b Owsley, Sr., reached tho crisis of the disease, and J. II. Owsley, William (iooch, S. II. Shauls. A protracted meeting is in progress Is getting along as well as could be ex.S. J. Kmhry, J. F. Cash, J. L. Lynn, A. W. CaiHiiitcr; at the Christian church and will con- pected. J. . Mcnch-etinue two weeks at least. defeutcd the Lexington Danville ornciss. will effer at public sale (If not Mild priS. II. Shanks. I'risldeiit; Lyon & Allen bought of H. II. league team Monday in a J. 11. Owsley, Cashier, vately beforehand) on .'JS fat heifers at !J to HJc and a PV game by a score of l) to 2. W. .M. Hrlght, Teller bunch of fat hogs at 'Mc. Rev. Gcorgo II. Turner will begin a 15, '97, Whodplng cough is raging in the series of meetings in Caldwell church My farm two miles from Crab OrNATIONAL BANK Rich Hill section. Several little chil- next Sunday, and will bo assisted by chard on situated the Lancaster und Crab Orchard OF STANFOItD, KY. turnpike, on Dl.v Ktvor, and containing In that and other sections of this Dr. J. L. MoKee. dren ,. : county have died with that disease. Tho last league game in Danville beACRES OF GOOD LAND. Capital Stock 5100,000. Surplus $15,750. M Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson Godby aro tween NIcholasvllle and Danville will Co., Ik old Attention of the public Is called to the fact that confined to their beds with typhoid fe- bo played on the Centre Collcgo Said land willscribed asIn threo traits, defollows: this l the only National Dank in Staufonl. Unver, and J. R. Gann and son, Walter, grounds Friday afternoon. KOUNDliD 1800. Tract No. 1, containing ulxiut lfiO Acres of der the pnmslous ot the National Hank Act Land, which includes the residence, depositors aro secured not only by the capital stock, aro also down with tho same disease. The engagement of Mr. Allen R. and frame with 8 rooms und :i halts, u brick hut by the stockholders' nihility for an umount 3 largo eiiualtu tueitoi'k to that deiosltors of this instituThe tragic death of Miss Rachel Hlte and Miss Marcla Shallcross War- barns, good Ice house and other outbuildtion are secured by a fund ot t'AU.lssi. Kim ...r,. ings, good orchards, well watered j In a atatemuuts of the condition ol the Hank are made HTANKOltD, KY. Brudshaw cast a gloom over this com- ren, of Louisville, has been announced. desirable farm; 'M acres in woodland: fact In 33 each year to thu United Stales (iotermiieut and its munity, where she was well and fuvor-abl- y Miss Warren Is the eldest daughter of cultivation and remainder In grass. assoia are exaiiiiuisi at sulci! times by government Tract No. contains agents, thus securing additional and s;rfect aatet' known. Her funeral was preach- Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Warren, and Mr. joining tract -' No and about luo Acres, adto deiiotltors. has Ukjii It a resin young lawyer. This institution originally established as the Deed Sunday at her homo by Rev. W. E. Hito is a dence of t rooms, u tenant house, good ortroit Hank of Stanford lu l&j, then reorganized u ILoolc S. H. Yeuger sold about 400 bushels chard, 30 ucres In cultivation, 'M ucres lu Foster. the National Dank ofStnulord In WA andagaio remainder lu reorganized as the Flt National Dank of Stanford j. m. jonnson torn mo writer only a of rvo to John Miller, of Lancaster, at grass und the contains alioutwoodland. adTruct No. a 'flu Acres, KY. srANFOHD, lu 183'.', has had practically au uulnterruptisl existence for 3A years. It Is liottcr supplied now wlt few weeks ago ut Klngsvllle that ho 50 cents. Dolph Rico bought of Bob joining tho other tracts, bus upon lt a burr facilities fur transacting business promptly and libmill with water and steam power, J tenant All kinds of repdring done at rossnualile rates erally than ever before lu Its long and was still a JelTersonian democrat and Nunnelloy, a bunch of yearling cattle houses, granary, blacksmith shop: honorable batlslactioo KUtraucod. career. alwut U0U a specialty, Accounts of udlriduals, fiduciaries, tirmi always expected to be. Is not a little at $3.80. Cogar & Co. bought 1,500 ucres of tblslnnd Is good W.x Hlver llottom. Upholstering and Individuals solicited. SsSd tracts of will G strange that the republicans nomina- bushels from Dolph Rice, 1,500 from rately and then land whole.bji offered sepa- A. S. DIRECTORS. FltANK J. REED, as a bushels of wheat Chicago. ted a democrat for circuit clerk? (Yea, John Godloe, 1,000 Tkkm.s. Sale will bo made on tho followJE1.'!' IJ,UC01 Co.; J. W. Hayden, Stauford G.I'. A., Surgeon Harris, S. II. IUughiuau. S.T. d v.. If. IIACtlN. cash; balance lu verily, but it is strange that a demo- from Ben Bright und a lot from Geo. ing terms: J. S. Docker, " T. P. Hill, 2 Dentist, Louisville. (nirXfl crat would accept the nomination. The Tarklngton, all at 81. D.V.A., K. U Tanner, McKlnney. W. A. Trlbule, n ' In fact, lt is and years, equal Installments, bcarln" Interest payable annually, J. II. Colller.Crah Orch'd; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. Will Im triad to show snld tracts tn M, D.LImore, Stanford. itch for ollice and tho revenue consti- said that some of this was at a "leetlo nv one desiring a home. r. omciRs. tute all the politics of some men, the rise" of 31. W. T. II. WHITE, Office over McHobertV Dru Stole In the .Owsley J J.S. Ilocker, President; J. J. McRoberta Caihler -- Ed.) purchased of Har- - x ld William Warren Orab Orchard, Ky. A. A. McKluneyJAsslitantCuhter. UUI1UIU Shelby City. m , The Winter Of Your FOB S.3LiE. o , Discontent- toll-gat- e. -- 1 ci ma U TIMID. CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS. NOTICE PIANOS m - . 'T Pretty For Sale. McKob-ert- Mlnui-lat- e - 1 . T. L. SHELTON, C (one BMBEE o. i CaSTLEHffl. Co-zat- Record-Financ- F.REI D.Stanford, Short-Hor- W. A. -- then-e-organtee- mi POWDER BAKINO J, B. HIGGINS, fire-whist- le PROPERTY ss !! Thou-Mim- Farm Wagons, ure Vehicles, bAKlH Agricultural Are Destroyed by Implements, Fire or Lightning Pepn-nentod- FOR RENT. yi ROYAL nccu-mulatl- jr. t. suTTOwr, Undertaker, ,' ts-Ii- DUROC HOGS Fine Farmf or Sale. Tuesday, Sept. 97 ed JMason Hotel first-class. SON, DEKLERS IN COHL. NOEL -- Lancaster, Kentucky. Contains Acres, Stanford; J.T.Jones, in IM STANFORD, 21-t- d, M'KINNEY. hoti-o- s, Ice-hou- se f Pension & Claim Agent, Stanford, Stanford. ss NOTICE Illue-Gra- Farmers Bank&Tnist f, SHELBY SHELBY, Ml k Middleburg, Casey JunctlontCity, h: Flrst-Has- s entity. M0MOMM0MOMM one-thi- rd I two-thir- ds hank-lii- K () 1 (MM0 FIRE INSURANCE ,ft. FfflENI xsr Public Sale. 1 . Mc-Anin- ch MOMMOMOIN1 AJNI OIMOfiOlMo one-side- d Insurance Company, OF BROOKLYN. Wednesday, Sept. NM0M0 OlMM0MolMM FIRST 530 Caledonian Insurance of Scotland. .! ai R.B MAHONY.Agt., H. D. PHILLIPS, m.x MOIM mm MMOIM mm OMOMOINIOINI mm MOMOIMIMOMS um ON 1 well-know- Gun nd Smith. -- I MS 0 PRICE, One-thir- 1 M0 '. Stanford, Ky. IfrHE how-ove- Q .,.!... .in ... , t,- -' tfJj J ..." JUi, "' ' ' ' r .1 ' .. .. i. .t.- -' Hr V :1 - iH-- - ,r"ff" ""ilflH --- l r,sj,i..,ii. .ss..a. s.rtrr. yjjl lA