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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897083101 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. 1 SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVI. RELIGIOUS. Y LANCASTER INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. AUGUST 31. 1897. -- NO. 53 . consider this system of protection THE LONDON FAIH. against fire, lightning and wind. Call A wlo mnn aid tlio unrtli was round. Mr. W. T. Short, of Faint Lick, has on John K. B.uighuiun, Nearly 5,000 tickets wore sold to the Hov. W. S. Grlnatoud will prciich at With planets liaru and there. chairman of the MeKlnnoy, Wednesday nljrlit, Sept. 1. been appointed u deputy U. S. mar- Lincoln county board, London fair Friday, when the largest Hut whim liu bought his suit of clot litis, at Hustonvllle, . Hitler O. 1'. Tiuibmun will inoach ut shal. Ifu found "Thu Uloliu" win quaro. or W. It. Williams, county solicitor, crowd ever on tho grounds was present. Tho grand jury adjourned Thursday, Hustonvllle. who will call, give you Increased premiums and purses and H. O. the Christian church Wednesday at returning only 17 indictments, the ma-- j rates and 7:.lo i. m. tho doing away with entrance fees to of the company, Ac, Itev. II. T. Lnmpton, wlio tlietl lust jorlty of which were for mlsdeineanors, or address H. B. Kkndall, Gen. Man., rings brought more and u better class of stock and consequently more people week in Owoimboro, huil been a Blip-li- which fact proves that the morals of Lexington, Ivy. Wu arc proud of this coming from ono of preacher for .17 years. He whh born our county are comparatively good. our patrons whoo vurucllycnniiot be doublOn Thursday about 10 o'clock tho were Interested. By 0 o'clock in the W. H. Cook shipped 17 cattle on Commonwealth in 1814. ed. Let us show you and jou will say tho concluded its evidence . morning people began to come in to Hcv. Hen Helm has returned from" Monday, weighing 1,520 pounds, and in chief against the Turners. Capt. town and two hours later standing room same. Alexander Chapel In Puliudd, where he Leander Davidson 17, weighing 1,512, Herndon stated the case for tho de- on the streets was above par. At the held a meeting which resulted In .'10 which they sold at sl.tlO. Thoy were fense, claiming that threats had been fair grounds, where most of them had among the best cattle sold this season. made by the deceased and additions and winctilleutlonn. that he fired gathered by 0 o'clock, there was a The Hnptlet Association at Fellow-whi- p The declamatory contest at Grove the first three shot?. The evidence throng which the large amphitheatre J. L. rKOH.MAXA.CO.. church, in Anderson county, called church Friday night was well attended was not concluded until Friday after- could not begin to accommodate. Wo on Dr. Whltsltt to resign the presiden- and the exercises were very entertain- noon und Judge Saulley held a night men were given seats but men had to Shouting from the Housetops Xos. 2112 and 2:i Main Si , - - Danville, Ky. cy of the Southern Baptist Theological ing. Miss LUlle Leavell received the session, when two spueehes were made. take their chances and rest where they first prl.e and young Mr. Watson the Court convened at 6 o'clock Saturday could find u pluce. Seminary, The show of stock this year eclipsed The 121st session of the Kentucky second. and from tiiat time to (I o'clock In tho conference of the Methodist Kplscopal The little son of C. A. Hoblnson and afternoon, when the case was finally all previous exhibitions and the l.'ith church will bo held In l'inevllle, by T. J. Hammonds' children, who have submitted to the jury, live more speech- annuul fair will be remembered for LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, Hlhhop Mullelleu, bojrltininj: Sept. 8 been III are Improving in health. Mrs. es were made. The e was years as not only the banner one for Offers Instruction In Agriculture, Mechanical Eiiglnrurinp, Civil Engineering, three lines and holding one week. vU: Mathematical, Klologlcal and Chemical, Classics und Pedagogy, W. J. Lund rum and her daughter, Mrs. crowded and the eloquence and ingen- Laurel county, but for the mountains. of Hcv. Ciilllam has closed a 10 days' re- C. K. McGuglu, of Albany, Ind., are uity of the attorneys on each side lead Splendid order was preserved and there each of which leads to a degree'. Twenty-EigI'rofes.ors and Assistants. Laboratories and Museums largo and well r vival at the Christian church near visiting relatives here. to the impression of many diverse opin- was nothing that I heard of that will equlped. County appointees receive 1'reo Tuition, .Matriculation. I'uel and Lights and were 27convcr. Hill in which there The young ludtos of tho Chrlstlun ions as to the guilt or innocence of tho recall any unpleasant recollection of icoom item. Inraveling excuses also given to upHilntees who remain the full collegiate Hoard slons and nine who had wandered away Missionary Society will give a water- defendants. The jury remained In con- thu biggest fair London has ever had. year. Iiooks and dormitories 8.25 per week. In private families 52.30 to JJ. Hoard, uniform. washing need not exceed $120 per miut. TriThere are few better men for the pol'titl Term Heglns Second Thursday In September. I'rellmlnarv Examinations first Monmelon feast at Mrs. Emma KuuiTmun's sultation about one hour, and returned ' returned to tho church. Liberty day In SeptemlH-rbune. sitions they hold than J. T. Williams, f'or catalogues and other Information apply to Tho Hcv. T. T. Katon, pastor of tho this (Monday) evening. They will fur- a verdict of not guilty, thus ending the president, W. A. Parsley, vice presinish plenty of melons and the price of trial of one of the most tragical and Baptist church, of JAMES K. PflTTEffSON.Prj. ., L. L. ., Pres. Walnut Street 1.1 cents. sensational homicides ever committed dent, and ft. M. Jackson, general manIs to bo asked to discontinue admlsniou Is only J. II. West sold .1(1 cattle averaging In tho county, on account of the rela- ager. Thoroughly alive to the interest If 1M his connection with tho Western of the association they leave nothing In onler that his congregation about 1,.m0 pounds to J. W. Bales, of tionship between the parties and tho undone that would add to it or to the In the Whlt- Madison, at l.75. Win. Sutton sold a causes which created bad feeling, culmay remain pleasure and comfort of those who nttend Send Her to Stanford College. car load of 1,100 pound feeders to John minating in the killing, an account of sltt dispute. their fair. There is no pulling in diffIt has full Courses of Study In all departments. It has trained and experienced teachThe Cumberland Presbyterian Gen- Harlsh at 1.2.1, and J. A. Doty sold 'M which has been previously given. erent directions with them and the ers. It lias all needful facilities for tho thorough training of girls In all grades. It was eral Assembly minutes reMrt that of cattle uveraglng 1,000 iounds at 1.7.1. for the welfare and convenience of Manford and Lincoln county. Lot all the smooth, plea-away they transact establishedStanford and I1KO. BAHNES The people of soldiers will vlclultv. Instead of dissipating their Inlluence by patronizing othJ,01f churches, only lit) have Installed business is calculated to keep them In er schools, rally around the Collegu and give It their united and hearty support. pastors; only 2M churches have preach- meet here next county court day to or- TIJLLS TIIK STKAIUHTOK IT AIIOCTTHK the offices they now 1111 as long as LaurXext Session opens Sept. 0th. Tor full Information call on Mrs. Saulley at the college or LOT 1'L'ItCHASi:. write for catalogue. WM. SHELTOX. I'uesident. ing every Sunday and 1,.100 are with- ganize a camp. There Is a number of el county has a fair. Sunday-schoolDear Walton: As every "public perTotal communi- them hero and such a move Is calcula out Tho trots and running races Friday ted to furnish them a means of genuine son," pays tho penalty of cants rcorted 17.1,tH2. will enjoyment by putting them lu eloso having his private affairs ventilated, afternoon were both intcrestingandcx Tho Cumberland Presbytery citing. There were In whether he wishes It, or not; I will not the trot, which was athree starters meet with the Walnut Flat church on touch with each other. and The Inclination in this Congressional complain of the little notice, going the the evening of thu lth and remain In the first heat was won by Ited Leaf, During the Tennessee Centennial and International Exposition at sesolon the two following days. All the district to have Gov. Jas. B. McCreary rounds, touching my supj)Osedpurchuse owned by W. W. Goddurd, of Mercer, Tenn , a low rate special tariff has been established for the tale of ministers and elders embraced In the enter the next race for Congress meets of a certain property in Owingsville. and driven by Mr. Busier. ticket from Cincinnati and other terminal points on the Queen A Crescen. Thc.second bounds of the body will be present and the hcurty approval of his many warm It is a rinall matter, but it had better was taken by a Georgia horse and the Route. already the good sisters arc providing friends In this county, who know him get into right shape, lest it should next two by Hod Leaf. Neale, a MadiTickets arc on sale daily until further notice to Chattanooga at one tho ways and means for their entertain- to be a true democrat, a faithful public work injury to tho cause I represent. I son county entry, was favorite but he way or H.QQ round trip from Junction City, the round trip ticket being Tho Woman's Board of Mis- servant and, above all, one who always everywhere appeal for supjHirt on the was not feeling good and ment. didn't get a good men day to return; other ticket, with longer return limit, at 87.30 ground that I am wholly dependent, sions, Mrs. J. A. Francos, pres., will also comes under tho string In the lead. heat. The best time was 2:29, which is and at iO.doforthe round trip. offerings fast The democratic committee met Sat- under God, ujkhi the free-wimeet at tho same church ut the same for the track. Perry Ballard, of These rates enable the public to visit Xathville and other Southern point1 time. urday and nominated W. L. Lawson for of tho )eople, as wo go from place to the Preachersville section, started at rate never before offered. VeMibuled train of the Jinett cla are at the sheriff, wlthT. E. Adams deputy. Thoy place, in our itinerant service. When Dink Farmer's Col. Allen In one of the BRODHgflD. disposal of the passenger, affording a moit pleasant trip, and enabling one are strong men and If the ticket pulls work ceases, our income stops, and If running races, but ho could do no betto visit the very interesting scenery and important in and W. S. Cummins and one of his little together there Is no danger of defeat we tuke u rest during the winter, on ter than get third money. about Chattanooga, Lookout ifountain and Chickamauga National girls arc undergoing a severe attack or a break unywhero in tho line. Tho Sanlbel, we are obliged to take boardIn the ladies' driving and fancy turnTickets to Nashville to visit the Centennial can be purchased republican committee mot the same ers "to make ends meet." This we of typhoid fover. out rings Mesdumes H. M. Jackson and at Chattanooga foa $3.40 round trip. Ask your ticket agent for ticket via was day und nominated James Saunders have never yet done, and hence appeals It Is rejKjrtcd that tho Fair Co. Jackson Glvens wero the winners the Q. A C. Jlowte Sotift or write to succeswiul enough u declare a .10 per for sheriff, with Win, Ward as deputy. to friends from lime to time, to suppleMiss Mollic Riley won the These are also good men, but they are ment our boarding house efforts to gold watch Thursday given to the best cent, dividend on tho entire stock. JAifES HOY, Agt. Junction City, or Co. have on the wrong sldo to win this year. o "make a living." rnd if everything I lady rider, and Miss Sudio Riley, who The ir. C. IirXE ARSON, G. P. A. Cincinnati My vocabulary Is wholly Insufficient own in tho world were sold equipped their store and flouring mill frequently visits here, took several blue with a number of lire extinguishing to express my profound appreciation there would not be a dollar left to bury ties on cakes, pickles and the like. Mr. of the very flattering call made by the me. This is a naked fact, as to my machines. A. C. Dunn, who rodo several horses attending tho Fairs at ablo correspondent for tho Central earthly jwssessions. I haven't a dollar for his friends, hardly ever failed to Dlckl'lkols London and Burbourvllle. In tho mule Hecortl at Leaf, thlsconnty, In suggest- to invest In Owingsville or anywhere take a tio, while his brother, Bud race at tho former place ho rode the ing that the democratic committee else. Dunn, of Madison, got everything he Having considered t lie quest Ion from almost every standpoint, we liavo decided to adopt But I have an option on a few acres f.istcst mule In every running race and nominate me for representative. 1 showed for Friday. might have gotten the nomination, but in the suburbs of thut pretty moundid tho same act in tho trots. London was full of belles and beaux and God bey are con- It takes money or a combination with tain town, which I hope to buy, if I cun and socially speaking slio was never Hevs. Hawaii ducting u well attended meeting at tho the enemy in some shao to win In this dispose of part of my homestead on livelier. There was a hop and party tho Methodist church. Hevs. McCoy county, and as I have not got the first Sanibel Island, in the near future. or so each evening and probably more Heglnulng July 1, lsl)7, believing that it will bo moru satisfactory to both buicrand seller. will accumulate, consequently we If the question is asked why I want courting was done sell take and E. K. i'lkcwcro notified and ar- mentioned and can never agree to tho than eyer before in Xo bad debtsour expenses will be less and there canevery goods cheaper. It will systemmuch Is reason why tho cash less capital, will rived on Monday's noon train, thus second, I am forced to decline the lion, a modest home in Owingsville, I an- the same length of time. prove satisfactory. We only ask you to try it aw Idle and If you find It Is not to your adoutlay of talented minis- or. But as the National administra- swer frankly. I "won my spurs" as coinjiosing an Capt. Frank Itiloy, the hotel man, we We your buying from merchants w on ters, all of whom arc accomplished and tion has raised tho price of wheat to thu "Mountain Evangelist," and it is was one of the fair's most active di vantage, can will not kick onfrom 10 to 25 per cent, cheaper ho sellthu credit. men are we ell you goods than credit and till capable of splitting the dlvlno laws to il, I should like to go to the Legisla- my fervent wish to close my ministry rectors and to him Is duo a good deal of should certainly tie an Inducement to you. Very trulj, n finish. ture to have a bill pasted making it as an evangelist, just whore I began it. the success of the enterprise. Mrs. W.T. Brooks and children have worth $1. 50 and corn worth 50c per Marie and I liuvo entered our third deThe ladles' department was one of returned to Hael Hatch. Miss Susio bushel. If I over run that will be my cade of 'ervico this summer, and wo the attractive features and was better are trusting the Lord for another 10 this year than over. There was a ring Hilton, of Howland, Is the guest of platform. Ih.'tO o'clock Thomas Cherry. Mrs. II. L. Thai p At Sunday afternoon, years of itinerant ministry, before 1 for almost everything and it was very J. has returned to Hlchmond after ii visit Mrs. Ellabeth Beazley died at her "go home." Owingsville Is almost in naturally a popular place for tho fair & to Mrs. . I. H.Cass. Our agent. .1. B. home on the Lexington road after a tho mountains. Every part of Eastern sex i Furitiiir. is trvlnir his hand at cooking protracted Illness, in tho 70th year of Kentucky is accessible from it. I have A large platform was arranged on the while his estimable lady Is with her her age. The funeral will be preached preached In more places in Bath coun- grounds and thu light fantastic was en- Ml i by Hov. Henry Faulconor at the resi- ty than in any other county in the gaged in from early till late. The quadparents in tho country. Undo Dunn, a prcHjHjrous farmer and hump dence Monday, ut.'ltfO in tho af- State, and in tho olden time taken mote rille was the favorite and some of the M Vo mo prepared to store wheat at u !es ptU-than ou en storu It jour- i grower, of Boyle, inhaled the moun- ternoon and the i cumin will be burled "confessions" there, than in any coun- participants in that stately dance were I self. Call tiud eo Us and we tain air last week with his son Hnrvo in the Lancaster Cemetery. Deceased ty in Eastern Kentucky. I can see, experts. Col. Bob Salter, of Danville, !JJ: ut .J. 0. Frlth's. M. F. Elkm, who was tho widow of James A. Bmuloy, u from tho jioint whore 1 hope to build, did not take part of course, but there ;C) has become so famous and popular itr. former sheriff of Garrard county. Sho the mountains of four counties, and I wasn't a moment ho was not watching an organizer of Maccabees, Is bore and was a devout inombur of tho Baptist need a little temporary home, where I tho proceedings. "Uncle Andy" Rice, Tor vou Iiih u big membership In a flourishing church, a devoted mother, and, being can always find shelter when overtaken of Hedgevllle, didn't leave tho platMi E. C. W. condition. Mr. Elkln tolls mo that du- possessed of all the virtues and milts by thu fatigue in work which is bound form vory far either. : ring all his exihii'lenco of many years, of pure and noble womanhood, -- ho to pursue old age. 1 wish I could think 0 "Have you read tho Stanford JOUK-NAho never established a lodge in one had a host of friends who condole with I had friends in Kentucky willing and on Wattorson V" was asked by a day until tho William goat was turned the family on their great bereavement. able to raise about $1,000 to buy tho night's She leaves three children few acres near Owlngsvillo that I want, doen men in Richmond yesterday. Of nr loose In Brodhead. Monday uion whom m MB BBT tMBM all tho flagellations which the intredid 5 s"-- ' Its member- her excellunt traits are beautifully re- and build tho cottage I want. adjournment will number "willing" are not Walton has administered to the great But, alas 30, after which he In flected Mrs. Henry T. Brown, of FayThoo ship hero at least company with another good man, Dr. ette county, and W. S. and H. A. Bea.-le- "able;" and those ablo uro not "wil- false prophet of the Courier Journal, of is E. J. Brown, will pnt Livingston on two of tliu most popular and prom- ling." I have ceased to hope for aid in that yesterday tho most It should bo read by every that direction. Perhaps, in the way tho square with the Queen City of Hock inent farmers In the county. Headed by U. S. JytOOEL, rjO. 38,353. castle. Tho Kentucky Growers' Fire Insur- above indicated, I may carry out our democrat, it is a darling, and we will Son of Klover's Model, Xo. 20,710, the greatest breeding hog living, and HUNDLEY'S plan. If 1 fall, 1 will not complain. send the papers free to all who apply CLAUDE, No. 12,001, son of tho World's Columbian Champion, Claude. No. 11.007. Tine, Editor Walton, of tho Stanford ance Company, In which tho farmers of loppv young boars ready for service. A few show gilts old enough to breed, and bred ows Lincoln county are so largely Interest- And that is "the truth, the whole for them. Richmond Climax. IXTKitlOlt JOUKN'AL, and Editor In every respect, with Hero is un editor out In tho country u specialty, for sale, This stock l strictly lam- ed, hold their annual meeting at their truth and nothing but tho truth" about of the Courier Journal, uro pedigrees. who says that Mr. Walton, of the see my hogs. Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Write your wants or come aud basting each other at a pretty lively homo office in Lexington, Tuesday, tho Owingsville episode In our lives. Stanford INTKMOU JOURNAL, has givA few fresh Jersey Cows for sale, Thoy are good ones. Also Mammoth I'okln Duck Ever In Jesus. rate, and each Is Inviting the othor to Aug. 17, 1SD7. Tho Legislative Board A. E. HUNDLEY, Hox 105, Danville, Ky. en it to Mr. Watterson, of tho Louis- Eggs, 51 for la. Gkokgk O. Baunes. come back home. Mr. Walton has the Is composed of W. P. Cox, of Anderson, Paris, Aug. 20. ville Courier Journal, in a way' that is distinction of being tho only democrat- D. W. Dunn, of Hoyle, A. J. Gorham, If it Is us bad most comprodunctious. n of Fayette, Sidney Bedford, of Frank" ic editor In Kentucky whom Mr. As indicated in our lust Cincinnati as that, tho Honrl-Tuii- n scratch may has condescended to notice since lln, G. T. Higglnbotham, of Garrard, gets the G. A. It. encampment In 1S9S. commence to count Itself only a sldo ho Hew tho coop and shouted "no com- A. L. Chrlsman, of Jessamine, John J. B. S. Goblti, of Pennsylvania, was show. Louisville Commercial. t, promise with dishonor" ucross tho K. Buughman, of Lincoln, A. II. The total BY chosen commander-in-chieof Mercer, J. A. Logau, of Shel- membership is 319,450, against :HO,010 But then Walton 19 dllTercnt pond. Two hours after the death of a Negro pension claimant at Lexington, from a great many Kentucky editors, by, and C. S. Williams, of Woodford; lust year. The number of posts fiOtn a cut received In a row, check and discusses tho subject lu such a dlg- - executive board J. E. Delph. presifrom 7,270 to 7,10(5. m nllicd manner that ho commands tho dent, H. B. Kendall, secretary, L. P. A Muneie Ind., man in wanted for for $1,900 came to him. He had boon A d respect and admiration of tho entire Spurr, J. D. Hlnlon, W. II. Warren beating his daughter trying for years to get it and when it fS press of tho State, from tho highest and J. C. Bosworth. After an examl-tlo- n unmercifully because she attended came ho was whero all pensioners, who of the business for the past year preaching at u Methodist church do not desorvo to bo on the bounty of down to the Courier Journal. Glasgow News. tho Legislative Board tiud the company against his wishes. . the government, should be in hades. Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, A Calloway county farmer placed Miss Mutllua Mulllns, tho acknowlhas sUlTored severely from in a nourishing condition and that tho Japan 'M iiianKets, wnips, oic. liuggy Kooes, earthquake and tidal waves. At least losses have only cost tho Insured 2fie edged belle of Jackson, this State, has poison In some of his melons, and sevSqiaie, Stanford, Ky Room OppoMte Court-Hou- se 00 people have been killed and 0 000 jHir $100. Farmers desiring to save mysteriously disappeared and the coun- en men and boys are dead from eating HI money will Und it to their Interest to try around is being searched. of the poisoned melons. buildings destroyed. by-laI st J TrPnT Tffpf TIKE O-XjOIB- State College of Kentucky. ht 1 & court-hous- l'o-lu- . Hoc-ord- er, Where to Send My Girl to School non-partisa- n nt s. now-a-duy- s, Queen & free-for-al- l, mnnr. battle-groun- d Nash-vill- e, ll ifi7-taryPa- Murtln-Prothoro- A Word To You. THE CASH SYSTEM, sat-Isll- ed -- FARRIS & HARDIN, .lo-.l- WHEAT. e to-da- f "Will Either Buy or Store & L J. H. BAUGHMAN BM CO. . BMBMV WHMT 1 y, compro-dunctiou- s. Hlflft Locust Herd Reg. Poland CHinas. te Wut-tcrso- n, lirst-chi- ss Wat-tcrso- ?wm UDDGKCAKinG Van-ban- f. eight-year-ol- J a Practical M'CLARY, EW1 Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. i i.. v 'lli"ltl"'","""""i'' ' aro disgusted with republican management and republican scandals in public THE INTERIOR JOURNAL affairs and aro determined to keep tho rascals out hereafter. Tho honor of tho State is at stake, but the public Stanford. Ky.. August 31. 1897 credit can in no way be affected by tho election of Mr. Shackelford. Our esteemed contemporary says it W. P. WALTON. men DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Ap late CPk, S. J. SHACKELFORD " Circuit Jmhje, M C.SAUFLEY. " Com'lth Attorney, J. S. OWSLEY, Jr. " Renrctcntatiie, - M. ' NORTH. V " Count if .1 uttyc, - i.io. J . " County Clerk. - GEO. B. COOPER. " County Attorney, HARVEY HELM. 1. . POLITICS FARM AND TRADE, u"" f t J. F. HOLDAM. .. l!f70 SAML. M. II'. DEUORD. GEO. ' Jailer, P. H. RAKER. " Awrttor, VM. LANDGRAF. ' VVf ui" 7rtwiir School, GARLAND JINGLETON Supt. -- . n:,,..;, " Slier!?, r.ll. . .- vujio r in hts usually persuasive and incomparable way that he and his following aro right and that everybody else and the rest of mankind arc wrong, who do not subscribe to the Indianapolis platform, prepared by plotters as a bait for suckers, and who do not vote for Mr. Ulndman. Mr. Watterson is such an adept in tho art of making the worse appear the better cause and so much like tho wife who will have tue last word or die, that no matter how many times you may think you knock him out, he comes to the scratch smiling as if nothing had happened, ready, as he says, with strong "language, drawn from the well of English undefiled, and at once Parliamentary and etTective,"' to defend his principles to the death. Mr. Watterson persists that after the Frankfort convention, which ed Stanford, in point of fact, Brother Walton, of tho Ixteuiok JOURNAL, says some very amiable things and some very sensible things, as one might expect from a gentleman of his stripe and kidney:, ami then he says some suggestive things. That is the way Mr. "Watterson sugar coats the pill of his response to our last article and had he stopped and let it go at that, all would have been forgiven, but with the "perverseness peculiar to his sex," he proceeds to question the suggestive things and in two or three shows columns of the Courier-JournOCK cousin of al and talked about the guillotine and gibbet for traitors, nothing was left for conservative men seeking the good of their party, to do but to corral a crowd and nominate a man of their own on the platform to their liking. Believing as Mr. Watterson says he does, that the free silver heresy is as dead as the institution of African slavery, we are of tho opinion that he nnd those that believe with him might have without discredit to themselves, played a waiting game and made no nomination this year for an oilicc purely clerical, and which had better be filled by a democrat than by a republi-eve- n if that democrat does think that free silver will prove a panacea for all our ills. If the heresy be dead, why disturb its peaceful slumbers, why send men galloping over the State to stir up more strife ? Why make the election of Bailey possible by putting a third man in the ring to draw support solely from democratic ranks ? Confident of the truth of their position, the gold standard advocates might have bided their time, sure that time would demonstrate the truth of their position and see tho ultimate return of every wanderer from that faith. We do not think there would have been any cowardice in this. It would have only given them more rope to hang themselves, as you claim they are sure to do. Truth crushed to the earth will rise again, without all this Hare of trumpets and nourish of horse pistols. Mr. Watterson shows by quotation from some unnamed sheet that certain the platform free silver editors have no other stock in trade but epithets and abuse, and it Is just for such fellows that he shots his gun with real, instead of blank cartridges and uses rocks instead of tufts of grass. This too seems to be a waste of ammunition and energy. A man capable of writing such rot as quoted has no respect for himself and does the cause he represents more harm than good. It is disreputable, very, and Mr. Watterson should not take it too seriously. There Is entirely too much of this vituperation. All the gold bugs are not thieves and scoundrels, no more than are all silver beee raiders. tles anarchists and No one who knows him believes that Mr. Watterson has sold out to Hanna, any more than those who know us would believe we had been ottered an Interest in a silver mine to champion democracy. Neither is all this litre nor there. The motives of honest men need not be questioned to bolster up any cause. "Thosu who believe in the Chicago platform and ticket exactly duplicated will vote for Shackelford. Those who favor a reorganization of forces and a readjustment of party lines will vote for Hindman," in the coming election, is the way Mr. Watterson puts tho question, but again wo think ho is mistaken. Some may take that view of it, but most democrats will vote for the man who is tho party's acknowledged standard bearer, because he is toll-gat- so und because ho alone has any show to defeat the republican nominee. They the father of 14 living children nnd four times a widower was raarrlrd at Manilla, Intl., to Mrs. Annie Kelius, 81, and the mother of 11 children. F. T. Somerville, at Memphis, filed a and answer to the petition for cros-bll- l divorce filed by his wife, and alleges that she filled his bed full of pins with the points toward tho celling. chicken got the ax. The Montlcello News says that Miits Where the Cora Jones and Mr. Ed Stone, of Silver Saints and angel gold bugs, Jamestown, surprised their friends last Let us all unito once more To scourge the defamers from the Monday by uniting their destinies. purpose. temple The groom Is a tiavellng man and tho And occupy It as of yore. Assistant, aecreiary iriguuiu, m uiu bride a fine looking lady.highly accomagricultural department, sayh Amerifrequently visited The Woman's Edition of the Rich- plished, who has can farmers this year will recelvo here. mond Register was made up of eight in excess of that received lat "With Each Dollura' Worth of (iomls Sold At My Store. Mrs. Kate Ilousefield and William year for their wheat. pages of nine columns to the page and women and to Wood, both of Louisville, were arrestwas a credit alike to the Houghland it Hard!, of Rockort, the mechanical capacity of the otlice. ed in St. Louis on a warrant charging (ml lwimrlir 1.". flfHl lltwlllllftt lt wtllMlt, fit There are many interesting articles in adultery. The arrest was made at the from ((. &. t l() nu. its 72 long columns, including a his- instance of the woman's husband, Her lard iV Ballard, the Obelisk men, of tory of the Pattle A. Clay Infirmary, man Ilousefield, who is a machinist in Louisville, for $1 fiat. for whose benefit Proprietor R. W. the L. & N. shops. Wood is married, Wheat went to over 31.03 at Chicago one legged, repulsive, while Ilousefield Friday, but slumped to lK)!o Saturday, Miller gave the proceeds of the Miss Minerva Park Phelps contributes is good looking, but the woman says opening at that figure yestorday and a pretty poem on "A Summer Flirta- she can not love him. while she adores and closing at S!) cents. The Louisville tion," and another lady has one on "My Wood. mills were offering Die. ReiHirts received from abroad now Birthday," but she takes pains to conJ. H. Baughman A Co., bought Fri- - Ijitoni und moil approved Styli uil Dexlgtm Evry Instrtitnt nt liu iriintocd A Complete I.Im o ceal the number of times she has seen speak of a great shortages in the iotato klay of Morris Fred, the Gilbert's Creek birthday. It is a pity that tho la- crop and all the cereals in favor of an miller. 1,200 bushels of wheat at IK)c her dies had not been satisfied to let well advance. It i? recognized that a pota , ed bought the wheat at (Be and oF Europe Is a terrl-enough alone and not tried to blow up to famine In parts ; ho could make better money In- the establishment to signalize their ble catastrophe, but It nevertheless lUng it than grinding It Huences as greatly the grain market as victorious efforts. Boone bought of I. D. New- any other factor. The wheat crop is We Kinr.iiit '' I'rlce and Quality and four heifers at Jc and of various rs5ml MirRleul Hiinpllix a SpviMaltj What are we here for except for reported a billion bushels !,,., anil painies a d of butcher stuff at the pensions?" Let the slangy but the price is climbing. l '""ch f w & expressive ''Nit" be the truthful anAt Cincinnati an unusually active de- - " to Woods & Lynn to .He. He on swer. Notwithstanding every man of mand for fine leaf tobacco prevailed averaging b(l.. lbs. them Is rolling in tho wealth of a boun- the breaks last week. All tho leading eight plain heifers teous government, the members of the manufacturers and dealers participated .""''iF. P. Bishop bought a couplo of car- nf tiihaw.il. G. A. R. in encampment assembled at t...i.i,,.iHnftt,i-..i,- . loads of butchor btulT In the West End Buffalo last week, demanded a service and at times the bidding bordered 0II -- MpM em to Cincin-cuttepension after the ago of 02 Is reached. excitement. One package of extra fine " 1,il1 of 1,0ri II1 IIu ulb bollKht Great Godfrey where Is the thing evthat sold for W, was the high- - ' .it to .ijc ami some siock owes at whole est figure of this season. er to end ? Why not turn the receipts of the government oer to tho Tho steamer Portland arrived in Se a head and 17 cattle, 1.100 jiounils, of . Iljc. coffee coolers and be done with it V attle from Alaska Sunday, bringing Kl Joslah Anderson, at Star Pointer went a mile against miners and gold valued at $575,000. time at Readvillo, Mass., Saturday, in Like master, like servant. Young A. The associated press representative, thus titling the long discussed T. Herd, Hunter's private searetary, who returned on her, advises all would - (iiinufinn rinrwii tnn Tiinr- i " inrnr npniikC ... ,,.... "has skipped after swindling everybody bo prospectors to stay out or tlic Klon- ' K 'BB "'" " " he could and selling his claim against dike country until spring. unc W quarters was .hi, i:sn, Packers arc charging 10 cents a the government for wagos as deputy i THE " fruit? it over the C ill- - li"u- marshal to four different persons. He iinnnrl fm tnkillL' of Hoylo county, has , Heuboii Gentry, Dvea. Tho Skajjuay Is said to have headed for Mexico and coot trail from Thoroughbred Dure: Jersey Hi HODS, four of the hlhest-a- t for the purpose of growing up with trail is blocked. About 11,000 men mo J&t - pricod Uurkbhiro hos in tho South, Dyea and Sknguny. Many arc sellthe greasers. It is hoped that unlike sliow-hor- d My lirivilers iro lectol from the this, lit In rla ol in" their outfits, and It is &nid not one and will add thorn to- his the cat, he will never come back. of thin fainou lircol ufswlne In koviral Sutes A IIla Prch"re as follows: liTlO will reach Klondiko. lot ofplKsof illllcrent agva fur m1 Hrcd ' towRaniKTinlty Satisfaction giuratitfcl, boar' Wood UttI St!U' :,n, (1 Mrs. Frances Valde?, of Port Tampa solicited. Address arc being madn to have , Efforts (mi c- SMS ued b0W' Channel-Gov; Bradley and Dr. Hunter take tho City, Flu., throw koroalno into a btove K". II"'1 R. H. BRONAUGH. e(1 &mv- - Duchoas, Mm !) Orchard, Ky, stump for Bailey this fall. This may .ndshe.herbaby G. B. Swinebroad is a trader from' accomplished, but when thoy get on tcr wereburned to death. Her husband bo W mot hlin on tho C. O '. the same stump the lion and the lamb and bon escaped death, but stained pike Saturday eonilnjr this way with injuries. will huvo long since laid down togeth- berious G. llne calUo i,,,,,, o( ike Uuvvin at 2r Five daughters of the late John Cot to2J. An hoii" later wo mot htm going er and a little kid will bo leading them trell of Scott county, weigli in the ag- - tho other way with tho miiuu cattle to at its own sweet will. scales. welch grogato 1,206. The heaviest weighs and ut Mr. Owsley s overtakenT. M. Uoono had him Courier-Journthinks that be- ItlO and the lightest. L2." and they aro and J. II. The bought the lot averaging HOO cause free silver men go to hear Gov. all married. pounds at 2J to Uo. A day or two beHindman speak they aro going to vote The Merchants' Association of New fore that ho arrived with fii head from IsJ Receiving his- for him, but it is as much mistaken as if York, estimate at 3"0,000,'000 tho bene- Eatt Tennessee to graze. Hornet Mr. Kohu, of Lancaster, and sold him :!0 H it had burned its shirt. They simply fit to bo derived from tho influx of buy- calves at 310 and then closed out the have a curiosity to know what the ers from all partb of the country this other 31 cattlo at 2. He has handled Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. over 600 head recently. "guv" has to talk about. fall. David Bellow, aged SO, Ivtni-nencn, will be easy enough for sensible with some capacity for self control to get together and agree on a basis of tho party if of Hindman is elected, and tho same will be true if Hindman and Shackelford dividing the democratic vote Bailey is elected, but if Shackelford is n elected everything will go to the while Mr. Watterson like tho galley slave, whipped and scourged, will go to tho political dungeon, aye to his grave. Nay, nay. dear friend, it is not so bad as that. God reigns and the government still lives, whether we carry our jiolnt or some one else carries his. You are too good a soldier to drop out because of tho loss of one battle and sneak to the rear,and if as you claim, as we verily believe, you are a democrat, and by no possibility could be anything other than a democrat, you will like a democrat submit gracefully to the will of the majority and go on battling for democracy as of yore. Wedo not intend toglve you up so, Mr. Watterson; we need you in our bus iness and aro going to keep you unless all signs fail as in dry times. Liko Mr. Watterson we have supremo confidence in the wisdom and integrity of Kentucky democrats and we aro sure they will not give up the substance for the shadow by throwing their votes away to any considerable extent on a candidate who hasn't the ghost of a chance to be elected. But whether they do or not, or whether Shackelford, Hindman, Bailey or Parker is elected, we are enlisted for the war, and let the wild world wag as it will, we'll stick to our guns and be a democrat still. If the Chicago platform was a mistake and we arc willing to admit that some parts of it was, we have faith that it will be rectified in good time, the sooner if no red Hags aro Haunted and no man's honesty impugned. At present it is useless to quarrel over the curren cy question. It may adjust Itself fully by 1900, when the occupation of tho will be gone and free silver the calamity howler will have fallen into innocuous desuetude. Otherwise not. In the meantime let all democrats put their shoulder to the wheel for Shackelford and the numerous other district and county nominees, while Bro. Wnttorson lines out that good old hymn, Come ye sinners, poor and needy, Democrats and bolters too, For tho party stands to save you If you only will be true. Come ye weary, heavy-ladeBending 'neath the weight of tax, Vote to give it to the rascals, dom-nitiobow-wow- s, Samuel Bishop sold to R. C. Jlockor Every consular office In the gift of been provided Hvo calves at $11. the administration has Four nice red Bcrkshlro boars for for. The democratic State central com sale. J. II. Dunn, Lancaster. J. F. Cash sold to George S. Shelby a mittee lias been called to meet at noon, September 2, at Lexington. Tho cam- lot of yearling heifers at $27.(0. A. C. Carman sold to a Boyle county paign will be outlined. W. Mattingly has re- party six !00pounil cattle at 3e. Mr. Thomas E. T. Ponco has bought a big lot of tired from tho editorial control of tho Lebanon Enterprise after a year of ef- sheep during tho past week at $2.o0. fective and earnest work. Free Sliver Johnson bought in East Tho democrats of Bell county will Tennessee 40 700 to cattle at hold a convention at the court-hous- e :ic. Sept. J, to nominate candidates for vaThe Climax says that John D. Harris rious county olllecs. They refused to is going to put in GOO bushels of wheat support tho Independent republican this fall. ' ticket. 200 good feeding cattle. H00 to 1,100 Hindman running on wheat as a plat- pounds, for salo. G. B. Swlnobnud, form That U too rich ! Are wo to Hubble. understand that he and his newspapers W. T. Beck sold to F. l Bishop a y that support Mark Hanna and McKln-le- bunch of hogs at 3.3" and some butchput wheat up by electing McKin-ley- ? er stuff at 2c. What fools these gold bugs think A. J. Rico and sons, V. M. and W. Loulsvillo Dispatch. R. Rice, bought people are sugar mules in the The old Heathen, Charley Moore, Laurel county at &m to 100. ' nominates Mrs. Josephine K. Henry for J. M. Sallee bought In Wayne countho presidency of tho U. S. and says: ty 100 good feeders, about 1,100 lbs. "In all that constitutes the truest and average, at Iljc Advocate. greatest greatness, Mrs. Josephine IC. G. H. Ford, of Cavo City, sold 20 Henry is the greatest human being in head of extra goodmulos onu day this America, nor do I believe there is a week at $70. Glasgow News. greater person in the world." J. W. Bales bought from Douglas A. Speaking of Gov. Hindman tho Bow- Parrish on Tuesday, 400 export cattle ling Green Courier says he ought to at Jl.So. Richmond Register. get out an injunction restraining the Jao Patchen attempted to lower his Courier-Journfrom rejorting his record at Rcadvllle, Mass., Friday, but sjiecches. The governor, it continues, failed. He made the milo in 2:02. is a fine looking fellow of the George A Eubanks and Ben Bryant sort nnd Is as agreeable and polite bought in y county a few days ago, as the master of ceremonies at a spell- 10 steer calves at an nverago of $12. ing bee, but when it comes to oratory W. S. Dryc has had an offer from a ho has never up to this time been able governor is in no- Montana horseman to school his string to get there. Tho of saddlers and ho will likely necepu wise akin to the luto with which OrThe Harrodsburg Democrat notes pheus stirred the inanimate attendants on his exercises. Tho enthusiasm and many sales of wheat there at $1, hogs hurrahs which ho can command on the at 3.30 and some 1,.00 jmhimI cattle at stump can bo held in a drachm meas- 3!e. Thorndale Idol, a full brother to ure. Goldsmith Maid, and a groat sire, MATRIMONIAL. broke a leg and was killed at Bullaire, SOO-pou- It Beats Klondike. The Louisville Store is tho Housekeepers the boys, tlio girls', tho men and women's Klondike It's a mine of bargain's a rich I'lncer of big nugg'.'is, Thi-- require They no digging out of musty corners. No, they glitter attention every where line the shelves and the ll ior in the i Carpet and Drapery Departments. They cover tho bows' nnd men's hack with ! Brand New Clothing! Young Lndies and Women with the Newest Styles of ! 20-od- d DRESS GOODS n ! The lust days of August nro to be memorable for the al Slashing And Cutting of Prices. And you must remeuiher that every time you buy n .summer article it i at price. Special reduction on Lndiet', MNe and Children's grcntly ur l Cn-o- Oxfords, summer Parasols, Fans, &c. A No Vest, Shirt Waists nnd Summer Dress Goods Mens' Special reduction in Hoy's ami Clothing, Shoes, Straw Hats, &c. Mot of them go at ita f price. ll.illrigi;nu Fnderwenr, Outing Shirt, Ac. spell-bind- er An Illinois man wants a divorce because his wife spits In tho frying pan to see if it is hot enough. Mr. Ebb K. Higgins, formerly of this county, was married recently to Miss Elizabeth Chandler, of McKenee, Tenn. J. G. James, aged IS, and Miss Francis Oaks, 17. obtained married license yesterday and will be married at Joseph Md. W.T. Mullins sold to Connie Gainos for Illinois parties 300 good mountain Oaks' wethers at 2c. Winchester DemoHas bogtin to arrive and we can ohow you something new every day. Give us a cull. crat. Tho Armour Packing Company, at Kansas City, is filling an order for jKiunds of beef for tho Japanese army and navy. A. UltiJAXSKY A CO , I'RornirrroRs. Joidon Lowry sold his crop of wheat o.OOO bnshels at Wllmoro at $1.01. of T. D. KANKY, Man.ujeii. This Is tho best price paid in the counParis, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, Lawrencebiirg, Cynthlana, Versailles, ty. J ossamino Journal. Georgetown, Kliuihethtown, Frankfort, and Mauckrxjrt, Ind. P P. Nut n iley bought in Rockcas$'2'2, six aged tle 22 mare mule colts at mules at $30 to $J0 and HI cattlo weighing about SOO )ounds, at 2 cents. Lottio Lorraine, the good Danville mare, won tho 2:07 pace at Readvillo, Mas., Friday, taking the Inst three of six heats. Her best time was 2:0flL Woodford county farmers aro pro paring to sow a largely Increased acreage of wheat this fall, many farmers plowing up new clover fields for that OUR FALL LIME THE LOUISVILLE STORE. e, 1 MONEY ! A 5c Money Order Good As Gold Given Away H. &JO0,-000.0- 00 J. McROBERTS. is-u- e TRUSSES CRAIG I I wa J-- I Fountain and Household Syringes, Hot Water and Ice Bags, HOOKER. SIDING. car-loa- 1 buf ! - METAL ROOFING. rs FLOORING, ! ov A.CSINEJ CEILING, yy?K WryTx J0 " ! - SS7 splt-mllt- STANFORD, Ky. FINISH. 3 "-- '". '" P''h'd - :., Farm and Yard Fence. l , '" A-e- ?-'- Corrro-poixlunc- u andKi-year-olddau-- "'J'1"'. ' i H. UUPLEY, al THE HER8BMT TAILOR -- FALL AND WINTER f GOODS. no siWK'''Jrft Mlhilr'Jt I, jj-fa- iW m mn Mat7iflitAMj.bi . w " rr'.T.'t.g.gj.. ..nM.; ..i,ri.fcT....LLJ..tAf r, ,iijggir--,jllggigjjjgtll- a. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Mil. AND MltS. MUNDAY C'UItD, of Tun latest Htyle In hats at W. H. Hurgln, woro with Dr. and Mrs. O. W. Shanks.' Hronaugh. A HKi line of men's pants at any Mlt. C. L. Hah. and sons, Henry and price you want at W. M. Shanks.' Stanford, Kv., August 31, 1897 Kdwin, aro up from Somerset on a vls.it to Mrs. J. M. Mail. Nkw waist set, links, dress pins, MltS. ANN!'. DCDDUUAll, Miss Annie pearl studs. Danks, the Jeweler. K. C. Walton, Uu.sinixs Manauhh. Taylor and Mr. W. M. Duddcrar aro moving to McKlnney. much to the reTllOSn gentlemen who call them Pukscimitionh tiro tilled right anil gret of their friends here. selves iMillonal democrats will nave a at right priced ut Penny's Drug Store. Miss Minnik CCUD and Mr. J. Arch- business meeting in Col. W.C. Woleh's ie, of Hurgln, and Mr. J. L. Harmon, olllce Saturday afternoon. PERSONALS. of Howling Green, were guests of Miss IN a drunken fight in Macksvilleear Mlt. .I.C. McCi.aky has malarial fo- - Minnie Munduy last week. Her broth- ly Sunday morning Taylor Lackey cut er, Mr. Jesie Munduy, is with her this VOI". John Green, also colored, severely in .Miss Hutu Ki.i.ison will open her week. the left arm. The trial was called yesoliool .'lift. terday morning and continued till toHOME NEWS, Mil. and Mlts. IIokacij IMOWN left day. tun Friday for New Albany. School clock 1K at D.mks'. Tin: tax books aro now ready and Airmen c'aiiti:u went to Louisville you will plcaso come forward and settle SCHOOL books nt W. H. Mel toberts. ' life bust girl. Sunday to tee at once. This is my last year and un Mil. AND Mlts. Ho C'AKTlilt are cook-I- n MlXKD Spices at Warren A; Shanks' less your taxes are pa'd you may expect Jr health at Crab Orchard. Foil men's shirt go to W. M. to see your property advertised. T. D. Mus. C. V. CJ kntuy and children aro Xewlimd, S. L. C. Shanks.' to-da- y, Tub Superior Disc Grain Drill now has a self oiling nnd dust proof disc, something no other drill has. Call nnd see this improvement. Higglns & McKlnney. 3 SUCH BARGAINS IN VO 1 I . With the boss gone and the republican ticket without a head or tail, politics Is nt a low ebb here. The demo crats seem to have everything their own way and will doubtless continue to hold the fort. Ta'Bfets And Scfioof Suppfies J Aftkii Jcuoits. ShcrllTT. H. Rob- ptfCuii 1! found elsuuhoto. We invito comp'ul-o- n with any line. inson, of Gnrrard, was here yostcrday afternoon summoning .10 men to go to Lancaster to be examined for jurors in the case of the Commonwealth against James Tudor, aharged with assisting in the killing of Marion Sebas- PENNY'S DRUG STORE. tian. visiting relatives in Lexington. Miss Moi.t.n: Spkahs, of Uoyle, in SCHOOL books and uppllos at Craig the guest of Misa Itoborta Cash. fc Mocker's. Mil. D. L. Yor.NU, of l'lttaburg, In vialtlng hit parut.ttj at Highland. LUNCH Haskots and Hoxes all size Haugii-MA. Litti.k Miss Catiikuink at Warren t Shanks'. Ii down with typhoid fovor. School satchels, lxok straps, lunch Cait. and Mks. A. Okkutt, of woro guosti of Mr. and Mr. .1. baskets at Craig & Mocker's. A. Allen. Tin: tin hoiiso of the Laurel Coal and CVs. mines near Pittsburg was burned, Mit. Lyman Hoi.UNSWOimi family, of Louden. Turin., are at Cook'n It Is thought by an Incendiary, SaturSpring. day night. Mlt. K. T. HmCKDiNis, of Olnwgow, Lost Hetween McCormacks church spent evural days with the MUson and Mrs. Jotuph Severance's a pair of Munufeu. Leave at SevMlts. L. A. Kaiiiss, of Lexington, gold frame spectacles. A: Son's store and receive recame over Saturday to viait her father erance ward. Mr. J. II. Itout. Miss LtrrriK Hki.m luft Saturday to AN investigation of the wreck at visit her sister, Mm. J. V. Walton, at Hotton Wednesday showed that FireCroM'etit Spring. man Keogli was running the engine at Mlts. I). V. Dl'NN and Mi?s Florence the time and that the dead engineer, Junkitirt, of Danville, are guonU of Mr. James Scanlon was tiring. N reward for the return of my watch lost between W. P. Grimes' and Mrs. Hoa.ley's on Logans Creek, or between there and my home on the Danville pike. The works aro Waltham, cae gold and Rnu'AliD. made by Duhmu A; Co., Cin., O., with my Initials on outside of it. T. L. Lil ian!, Danville. I will give $10 Lol)-ano- n, A SHOWi:u fell early yesterday morning, a little more than hutlicicnt to lay the dust, but small favors are thankfully received these dry times. The farmer of some sections tell us that they have We are making preparations for a big output of goods. When you hear our not had a good rain since early In June you will then know we mean to ell the goods. Our aim in making these un. and that grass is getting too short for cattle, their feed having to be supple- precedented prices is to reach out and furnish our adjoiding counties', which fnct has mented with green corn. Generally always proven itself where a customer favored us with a call. Wc are hcto for busfair, cooler Tuesday Is promised. The iness, quick sales and Mnall profits. fulfillment of the latter prediction will bo appreciated, for It Is Intensely hot. Furniture, Carpets. Wall Paper, MATTING. t pri-pric- es W. W. WITHERS. STANFORD. Al Montague spruyed his tobacco with a weak solution of Paris green. MY tho refusal of Superintendent of His ducks got into the patch and died Public Instruction Davidson to pay 2."c from eating the worms that fell from and take Mr. Garland Singleton's ex the plants. Winchester Sun. aminntlon papers out of the express office at Frankfort the board has not had SALE OF LIVE STOCK. an oppm utility of passing on them, so Branch Store nt Hustonvillc, II. Ii. Cumnitz, Manager. fc'MMSmsk m another examination Saturday and the papors will be sent prepaid this time. lie sUhmI nlUi', I I Church I farm on tlio At one mill' South of I On Tuesday, Oct. 5th rnv McCormiicUs Turncr-iVlU- SfLj&ii jour wants. And stationery i Scfioof Book. Everything In I I will : i stock to supply J. W. Huughman. Mksda.miw J. I'. Mahan and J. stock of fall hats are now here Slier, of W'llllaniBburg, aro guott of and it Is the largest I have ever oflered to the public. Come and look at them. Mr. John I'. Davis. Mil. K. W. ATHKltTON and family, Sjeclal attention is called to the green W. 11. of Alhortoiivlllo. this State, are guont.s tilT hats, the latest thing. Mr. 11. N. Holler... at Shanks. K. (5. HllNNY pKiiit itovoral days with W. W. WlllTK is building a storeDr. Jaekcon (Jlveim at Pittsburg and house at Dawson's mill, on the Hangattended the London fair. ing Fork, and will own up a general MaNaguuT. I). UaNKY, of the merchandise stock In a few week. Me Store, attended the burial of A. Is also making an effort to secure a Urbancky in Unibxllle Sunday. poslolllce there. Mlt. T. A. IlICK, who has boon visitmm for ing Ills wife here, left yesterday Tint Williamsburg and Harlwurvllle New Orleans. Mm. lllce will remain fairs both liegln when the here till Oct. 1. L. A: X. will sell round trip tickets to Mlts. Sl'K H01.MKS took the train those olnts at one fare. Tho feeling here Saturday for Klkton to enter her between the associations over a Minnie Miller and Sue is anything but good and no little Ilelle Janice, in school. pulling and hauling is being dono to I)ll. L. H. COOK' will move hi family secure a crowd. Into his elegant now residence, corner Tin: public school opened yesterdny Main and Cut-o- il slteUs. thin week. It with an attendance of VI boys and 110 a inodol of leauty and convenience. 4 more MlSSKS ANUIK AND Fl.OltA IiAlXOt.' girls. There aro still seats for morning for Scotland, N. pupils and wo earnestly request that all loft yesterday Prof. 1". C, where they will teach another term start In as soon as Miss Anniu McL. Grubbs, principal, in Vine Mill College, an Institution 100 yearn old. They aro very accomplish-u- Klnney, 1st assistant, Miss Allle 2d teacher and always give satisfacMY Lou-Iv1)l- V. the majority of people, the members of the old iNTKitiou Journal club didn't know when to quit. They defeated the Stanford base ball club once, but that wasn't sufficient and they tried them again Saturday afternoon when they were unmercifully beaten, tho score standing 24 to l.'i at the seventh Inning when tho game broke up in a squabble. Hoth sides did jKK)r playing, but the errors were chiefly on the side of the ex-Dr. W. LlKK H. Penny and Mr. K. 107, lNix of my entire lot of Hcr:e: and Cattle, Milk Cows, Hogs, To tho lilghot bidders. There are 1 i'c, good I SCHOOL TABLETS at the Lowest Cash Prices. 1' J'. W. Spidell 1. quired. Mule, I 3 curling Mule, Ciiuh and Cut vcs.il good jew ling Cuttle. 7.1 Mock Hogs. Will also tell my crop of grow Ing Corn. TutMs. Minis of e20 nnd under, cash: over tluit amount iicredlt till Jan. 1st, 1MI, with Interest Notes p.iyaliln In Parmers Hank and Trust Co., with'good security reMules, i Mule Colt", 1 llrood Mures, l'lllv. 1 1 Horse, I Horo Colt, if aged W. B. MoBOBERTS. DIMJGGIST, STANFORD, KY. I 9 1 t - jm'mmimmmmsmmsssmkmi If you want L I um- il pired. cultivation. sale. N'. II. At the same time 1 will also PHLL OKHKNT21H ACItl of my farm; falrlv Improved, well watered und'ln good state of Tirms madu known on day of .1. V. CSOVEK, grand-childre- 1 d tion. TlIK Somerset Paragon, rep., say, that James 1'. Ilalloy is loft for the present without opNstlioti, and wewant to say if a democrat must have It, they will never lluil a olevorcr gentleman than good old Jim llalley with the op-ulist- bear J. MISSIES chester, Shelby City, and Siisau and couiK)-e- d of WinAnnie Hronaugh Krigletnan, of KrTIK Hl'HNHTT, Hos-i- o a lively house party Woods, W. X. Craig's for several days, at Dr. and the beaux were a- - thick as bumble for breaking into tho public bees In June. and stealing a lot of books, pons, l)li. K. M. PlKHCK, president of the who is about 1."), College at Win- Are. The Kentucky Wesloyan an address at the was put in jail, but tho other two who chester, delivered Methodist church hero Sunday night. are about 12 each woro permitted to go till their trial late yesterday afternoon IIu it very enthusiastic over the of hU school, as well as proud of on their own recognizance. Its past achievement. Tin: Academy will open Mlt. P. FlNI.KY HAYS, who lias noon Sept. 1. Prof. Hardin Craig arrived theguostof his brother, Mr. .1. C. Friday and has slneo been getting Hay, for several months, loft for hit) things In order. Miss Mattle Paxton homo at Wylle, Texas, yesterday. Mr. will bo his assistant, n position which Hays Is an old Mexican soldier and he she has filled moat creditably for severwas elegantly dined at the St. Asaph al years. Prof. Craig is a graduate of Motel just before his departure by Centre College and has had considerthose old veterans, Messrs. Jack able experience in teaching. He hopes WilWilliam Hurton and Houben that patrons will be prompt in entering liams. leaves their boys. first-namepro-IHjotn The Telephone Is so universally known and Its ad vantages liao lieen so thoroughly discussed that what we may say will lie con-llimerely to reHut what others have said. Stanford business men can see that It will o a careful and silent solkitorfororders. Others will II nd It a ready messenger and will save many steis. Tile coplo of Man ford have taken hold of the matter In a mist enterprising manner, seeing that tho telephone will lie a very convenient and useful thing. Tin) price Is so low Hint no one can atTord to lie without It. There Is no danger from lightning. The telephones will be kept In tiroiHT working order, good service being e. one of the guarantees of the company. There arc 200,000 telephones, such us will be In ue S. here. In uo In dlirerents parts of tho Tho Southern Telephone Co., at a exix'iise, has undertaken to give Man-fo- rd long expected UUHANSKY. The the benefit of u telephone system. The company deslies to please the licopli) and of Walton's Opera death of Mr. Alexander Urbansky. has taken ).ilns In this mutter. The wires Tin: mnnaL'oment Moubu U glad to announce for the class proprietor of tho Louisville Store hero are being stretched for the lines ut present. 1(1 others In iw many towns 'n this All those who lime not ent In their names of eo)lo who enjoy siicn things that it and for a telephone will confer a big State and Indluna, occurred Friday, of leaving them a thoMjers House or faor by In seeing has secured at a big outlay, Gen. John le. 12 II. A. Uvhm.s, the company's local 15. Gordon, the noblest Roman of them cancer of tho stomach. He wa Oct. 1th, on "Tho First years old and a man of great business all, to lecture When the switch ltoard has been placed Days of the Confederacy" and that in- capacity as was shown by tho success- there will be u notice In this piper and all exchange will bo tlioe desiring to comparable wit and humorist, Polk ful management of so many stores. He cheerfully shown see tlie works. how it married Miss Ida Hayes and his brothers-i11. A. IIAHXES. .VI Miller, In "Old Times Down South," n-law, of whom there are several, 0. who will appear Oct. -helped him and will continue the busi- Hangin?, Fork Farm For Rent. YoUNti Hl'UtiLAlts. Sam and Julius ness as before, with no change In the Helm and Han Perkins, all colored storo hero. Manager T. D. Kaney.who Small farm of SIXTY ACKES. Half In boys, wore arrested Sunday morning went to Louisville, tells us that an wheat, lest In com dood Improvements. Address, T. M. WHITE, Colon:., Kv. school-hous- e ct 1 1 jw-slblVan-Arsdale, m m repre-seut(itm Til K third wreck in four days occurred on tho L. k N Saturday night near Havel Patch, delaying 20, the Northbound express, hours. The first section of freight No. .'15 could not pull Crooked Hill and leaving a portion of the train at the foot the first section was carried over and while backing after the other part the trainmen seemed to have forgotten where they had left it and ran into it, derailing a couple of cars and demolishing one of them. The second occurred near Crab Orchard and was caused by a freight breaking in two. Three wrecks have occurred now and the railroad men feel caller, as they think they are over for awhile after the third. 11 Turnersvllle. !MMim5HtM x&rW TELEPHONES. xmmm The Best Disc Drill 1 also sell On ecrth call on B. K. Wciircn & Son, who Itoad "Wagons as you Buggies, Carriages and low as the lowest. OR DISC HARROW will B. K. WEAREN & SON. mmmwmmwMiwiws i i 1 i & New Fall Styles, 1 Just Opened. k 1 See our a I i 1 NeAV Ho-le- y, Immense crowd was nt the funeral, which took place in the Chapel in Adas Isreal Cemetery, and which was mile from KcKln-nepreached by Dr. Moses. The followTwelve acres of land of 5 rooms nnd good has good ing Main Street merchants were the outbuildings. houseInformation apply to O. Por active pall bearers: T. Mendel, II. A. Wm.ti.ii. Klngsvllle. or Jisk Wii.tth. Floxner, II. Josopb, L. Manila!, Joe Stanford, Ivy Dlnkelspell, M. Fdelmuth. The honorary pall bearers were: Douglas Harkloy, Mure Bloom, Irwin Hess, Mr. Kddlnger, Charles SchulT, I. D. Sachs. Thirty of the carriages following the procession wero tilled with employes of To wiltean ".id" for till- - Issuu but the deceased. Nearly all tho Main merchants sent floral offerings Street and they were exceedingly lavish and FOR RENT. Crushes, Alpines. Pashas, Stills, Full Shape in a 11 Grades and Price. ; oOc to $3.50. y: $1 Black and Brown Alpines. Caps in Corduroy 25c Corduroy and and Cas- - n We Are Too Busy Walclj ($ lT ui lT Lv Boys' and Men's Golf So our ,. Ull33lllH-l-... l.il. "i sunere Laps iur uum r,,-o;.v.ni.i- c J' l"J,c j"j- mwl "" fiiclc: - I elaborate. Ilr.liltON. The dedication of Hebron church Sunday was attended by a crowd which was estimated at 700 to :i,000. Rev. W. S. Griiistead preached tho morning sermon from Haggul 2:0: "The glory of tho latter house shall be greater than the former," and the au dience that packed tho building say they never henril him make a better effort. Tho ladies of tho neighborhood had prepared dinner in great abundance and variety, but when it was announced a lot of hungry fellows, who hud come for the purpose of foraging, made a dive for the table and in their haste to get at tho edibles destroyed much more than thoy ate by knocking It in tho dirt. As It was, however, most everybody got his dinner, but tho action of tho hungry crew was very mortifying to tho ladies, who had been to so much trouble and expense to prepare a nice dinner for an orderly crowd. In the afternoon Rev. C. II. Neal preached a line sorluon from Matt. 21:111 and the day's serviced wero at an end. The church building Is a very credltablo ouo. It is of wool and capable of seating IloO, though Mr. Grin-stea- d says that between 400 and .100 were packed into it Sunduy. Miss Katiii'MNE Waddim.i. at once to enter Mary Ualdwln Semi-harat Staunton. Vn., wliero she exto linish her education. Mr. and pects Mrs. Win. Heck, of Stanford, visited the family of II. C.Cann, Saturdayaud Sunday. They left Monday to visit relatives in Wayne county, -- homorsoi Paraxon. a Mlt. JamksT. Cooki:, the arapa-rlliHo has man, was here Saturday. just taken a position with the Virginia Pharmacal Co., manufacturing chemists and pharmacists, Richmond, Vn., from which city ho had Just returned. e Mo will travel In Kentucky and and will Mr. Cooke is a hustler gut there If anybody does'. Mil. AND Mus. W. K. Kl.ua left Saturday, after a 10 days' stay with friends every momont of which wa- enjoyed. Thoy nmtlo their headquarters with Miss Anne Shanks, but admirers would not let them remain there In peace, but forced them to breakfasts, dinner and suppers till tboy could hardly keep up with themselves. No two over had a stronger hold on the atlcctlonsof this people than Mr. and Mr. Fills, who, come when they nrny, wlu lWftJ's llni1 y, Ton-nosse- When we will tell jou for fridaf MmwimmmmmwMmmmxWisi m SEVERANCE & SONS. of this Hastin. Hlijah S. county, but until Ills illness a guard ut tho Lexington asylum, died at St. Jo seph's Inllrmary in that city Sunday morning of typhoid fever, making tho second guard from this county who has died in Lexington during the past seven months, Metger Ashlock being the other. Deceased was 4." years old, unmarried and a very clover man. His remains were taken to Crab Orchard yesterday afternoon and buried under tho auspices of the Knights of Pythias, of which order he watt a member. Ha-stin- , Sometning Good! Don't Porget. Tanner Bros, McKinney. "BIG kou 11:. 'I ho llwt Line toainl From All Points in Michigan. 4: M TOLEDO AMD DETROIT CHICAGO. "White City Special." Host Terminal station. a welcome. Tin: last osamlnations for the your for teachers closed Saturday when one colored applicant appeared. At the four examinations for whites there woro S(l applicants, but as an applicant has the right to try, try again If he falls, tho number does not represent so many people. Of thorn six got llrst, 2o second and HI third class certificates. There were Ud colored applicants, seven of whom received first, 10 second and eight third class certificates. As the examiners get H each, it will bo seen that Messrs. L. C. Bosloy and H. S. Young got pretty fair vacation pay. x L' ST. LOUIS. AToMing tho Tiinncl BOSTON. WanerlsleepliiB Cars. Z5 m Uultet I'arlor Can-- Wnirnrr Slcejilne Cars. I'rlra Compartment Cars, Ktegaut CVuhes ami Uin liiK Cars. , NEW YORK. He sure your tickets rea.l via "I1IO FOUlt" WAUI!i:.NJ. LYNCH, E 0. McCOltMICK, l'ajsenger Traffic Mgr., Ass. Gen. Pass. & Tkt. Agt CINCINNATI OHIO. The Huiwrlor Is tho Genuine I)I-- c Prill Has U'eu Tho Uot Is always Imputed are tested 11 ml gives siulsf.iutliin. All other lr--c DrillsU, S an experiment mid un Court against one fringement on the Superior, hull has lievii enti red In tho Farmers, liiveatigato buforo uuj lug. for infringement. thor-oiiL'li- lV In- HICGINS 5 TC'KINNEY. .X n' .VtyifciWlf THE INTERIORJOURNAL 3?vi.tliolie 4rTs.eo Aay aland rildavB VICINITY NEWS. o ut Forest Springs, Tho Knox county, has boon discontinued. Thomas Stupncr, a wealthy farmer of Madison county, died near Waco, aged post-oilic- i r1 i W W i jVlABsV4Wf!lS IIOW.MAN SMITH. is Pint. To Enjoy tho Siimmur go to In a boiler explosion near Lawrence-bur- p Ed P. Ncal wns perhaps fatally a-- When not so paid 352. GO will be charged. Injured and Ellsha Loekhnrt was badly Wednesday. Crali Orchii'd now lias tho finest toiisorlal scalded. stated. ii artist. In the exJiitry In the person of SAMfl.t. Elder J. Q. Montgomery is at Mid- A dlsjMitch from Mlddleburp says IIi.aki:vii)iii:, who handles the csor und W ' Something to Jfrjxiul on rutor In exin'rt tle. Call on him when ou that V. T. Coulter, of that place, will dleburg holding a protracted meeting Mr. .Inincs Junc-.ithe druit rlriu of JomiA Sm T want it clean shaeor htll-.- lialri'iit. ew charge of the Commercial Hotel In the Green River church. Cowtleii.l 1, In stiLlin;ir Dr Kind's take Work on the fair grounds is being sa) that lait winter hi will ro attatked at McKlnney. with l.i GrlpH, and her ta nrvw no sorbin that KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. in be- idiysUi.ui at Cowdeii and Panaroiild do nothing Address for Term, Ac, AND ORGANS. Tho new bank bulldlnp at Lebanon pushed and every arrangement fur her lt veined to develop into hasty (iitiiup-tlnii- . p. .... ing perfected for an excellent fair Sept. Trains leare Stanford at 7 10 a. m. and Junction Is almost ready for occupancy Ilmln! lr King's New Ilonery In store, 9IXJ p. m. returning at 25 p. m. and aiidvlling lotsofit, he tik a Uittle home and to GTJS. H0FMA1T2T, Propriotor, Decker Pros'. Piano. nnd the required capital of 315,000 has 8, and 10. Haines Pros', Pianos, to get tatter Inuii first the urprle of all she KNOXYILLE DIVISION. Little Allie Stagg has been quite dov, and half doren bottle enrol her sound and Ellington Pianos, been subscribed. a2 well. Ir Kln's New lleiery torCoii.umplloii, Crab Orclmrd, ICv D. II. Ilitlduln Planns, ,.12 S7 p m No. 21 Train going North Daniel McDonald has been appointed sick for more than a week with mala IVnuli and Cold I guaranteed to d thl good Fischer Pianos, A.C. 13 a in " - .. 3 01 pu " No. 26 " work Try lt rial fever, but is improving rapidly oris' Drugstore. Fr trial Imtlle nt W. JlcRol.. ,.12 j)ostmaster at Barbourvllle, L. B. " South Estey Organs, Hamilton Organs and other No. 23 " MM now. " " - . 1 27 p IU Smith at Flat Lick and 'J. J. Strunk at No. 23 " Makes, Home A Catholic priest of the diocese of For alll Points. See my Oooils anil (let Mv Prlees llefore vou Old People. Parker's Lake, Pulaski m Louisville, held forth ut the courtluv. 10 W. T. WHItS, Crali Orchard. TURO'IOH TICKETS SOLD. Old ie!It wheroiuire medicine to rivulale the y I olTer for kuIii iirhntely my ilestralilo Nlcholasville again defeated house Monday for tho purioso of In boirel and kldnej nlll And tho true remedy In homo on Uiuer Main street, Stanford. Tho UAGOAOK CHECKED THROUGH. l.lectrlc llilttr This medicine dovs nftor-t- o Joiim. Cjistlkma.v, vtlle at the latter place A. (I, lUMUAU. For any Information enquire ot ' structing protestants in tho teachings late and contains no whl.ley nor other not stimu- liouso Is n roomy, pretty cut tajc with Intoxicant, 0 and the of noon. The score was 2 but act a a tonic alteratlre. It acta mildly on the uird nml good garden and otitliou-.es- , and Is JOE S. U1CE, Agent, Catholicism. A largo audience gave stomach and adding strength and giving In ti most pleasant ueli;lilorliool. Cull on Stanford, Ky. game was an excellent one. him good attention, while ho sustained tone to the orvaii. thereby aldlint Nature In the mo on tho premises audi will take pleasure iH'iforiiiancoof the functions. Electric Hitters It In Hliowlug Its munv advantaires. William Campbell, John Montjoy and to his own satisfaction nt least his side aiiexcWIenl cppctlrerand aids digestion. Old QUEEN & CRESCENT. 40 MRS. ELIZA PORT.MAN. Armstead Terry are In tho lock-ufind Itjim exactly what they need. Pilre tiny at of the question. Ho asserted that the and pass Junction City as follows: Trains INSURANCE COMPANY Danville for operating a gambling Pope is Infallible and said that no man wins Store.Jl.Wjvr iotlle at W. II McRobert's, Drug 4 02 p m 11 AT a m No. 2 North No. HSouth mm 3 46am scheme nt the Danville colored fair. " ' 1121pm " 3 No. could bo a Cutholio aud doubt It. He pm IhickUri .Iriiicci Sixhr. 1125am " 6 " No. 5 " OF LIVERPOOL. Capt. John M. Brooks has resigned took great pains to justify the practice ROWLAND. KV, 6 00 a tu 8 20 p iu " 10 " " No. 9 The oel salre Iu the world for cuts,, brulvs Note N- 5 anil f do not run Smith s, 9 and 10 as manager of tho Mlddlesboro Town of Catholics in praying to tho virgin sore, ulrers.sall rheum, fever sore, letter, chap- - IlasGonu Buck into the Coal ivl hands, rhlltilaltis, corns ami all skin eruptions. o no riirtsikh ootitu thati junction uuy, uetincr Company, the resignation to date from Mary and countless other saints to lt positively cure piles or no pay required. Ills o they run Rundajs, Business, BdRBEE & toislve irfrtt uii.iciiou or loney re. Sepfember 1. Edward Johnson, of Eng whom It is their custom to address guaranteedIrlc( 25 cents er abox funded. For sale by V. . And will keep coiistnntU on hand the Jelll-cCINCINNATI RY. FRANKFORT AND land, will succeed him. MANAGERS, Falls llriiiieli ami other Isest Coals and their petitions. Ho Is both learned Mcltoherts, Druggist. ask Hit; patronage of the piddle. Stanford Gov. Bradley pardoned John Dama-ro- and eloquent. Yet I can not forget a VIA GKOKUh TOWN. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. friends who witnt Coal cnii leave orders with Commerce Building, Louisville. p. M. A. M A. W. P.M. of Rock cnstlo, who was serving u passage somewhere In a book which Take I.ixatlre llromo Quinine Tablels. All J. II. lllirgdu, which will receive prompt atArl2S5 200 Lie, Somerset, ESS DruiczM refund the monev If lt falls lo Pure. Fur tention 83) ' Jet. City, " 1131 sentence for accidental protestants are inclined to prize, which hale by W II McKoberts, Craig A IlocLvr and U. T L. SHELTON 315 Agents Througlioiit the outh. 630 450 Arr Georgetown, Lt 9 35 IOS of the says: "When thou prayest say our l.. l'unv, l'ruggltts, Stanford, Ky. " 6 30 300 killing, on the recommendation Frankfort, 1155 7 20 o judge and Commonwealth's attorney. Ky., Fathef who art In Heaven," xc., or A KEMARICAHLECl'RK OF CHRONIC DI- 5 30 8 40 Arr 1'aris S10 Tho Harrodsburg Sayings' Boston words to that clTect. Dally except Sunday Iwnl Agrnt,- Has for Salt) AimillKA. C.D.BERCAV,G. P. A. correspondent writes: "Jim Buck LesGOI.DDUST In 1"02. when I served mv coiintrv us a Kkktucky. Stanford, ter has recovered from swallowing a Told iirivaie in in.in i'eiuisivuiila For IhHIi Saddle and Harness Puroes, Al i;tf Royal makes the food pure, vsil tin leers, I contracted chronic illarrlneii. lizard and says he will swallow a snake wholesome and delicious. so A child in Wyoming It liusglven me u great deal of trouble ever long for the small sum of So. three feet Cattle, P:!aai China since. I liao tried a diueii (lllfereut medi- Jcrsoy and Mr. P. T. Downs, formerly sujHjrin-tende- was carried away by u mountain lion. cines und several pnimlnent doctor withHogs, Southdown Sheep. Klondike out any permanent relief. Not long ago a A fellow with u of this division of the L. & N., of 1ksI strains, (.'all or "sent gold brick swindled a bank cashier out friend Colic. me n sample Ixmlo of Chamber-Iain'- s Cholco Individuals jour wanU. wrlto has been appointed superintendent of Cholera and Dlarrho-- Remedy DF.ALF.R IN- and after that I lniught nnd took a 30c Uittho Atlanta, West Point fe Western, of $12,000. tle, and now I can sav that I a in entirely A WORD TO A Negro who criminally assaulted an with headquarters at Montgomery, cured. can not Ik thankful enough toyo'u aged white .vomnn was lynched at for this great Remedy and recommend ft to Ala. OWNERS. all sutTertng veterans. If in doubt, write Texas. At Mlddlesboro, Mrs. Hughes made me. Yours gratefully. Henry Stelulierger. Are you Insured r If not, why not An Iowa murderer was captured In Allentown. Pa. Soltfby Craig A. HiK'Uer. a vicious attack on Miss Turner, with tif dwellings and loirns good as yours the Klondike gold fields after the longwhom bcr husband had been too fond, CliatnU'r'alu's Colic. Cholera and Diarcutting her on the head and face. The est chase on record. rhoea Remedy always a lords prompt relief. Frank Lefew, of Marlon, Iud., fell For sale by Craig & llockcr. Turner girl would have been killed had from his horse whllo fox hunting and not interferred. Fertilizers and Goal Il Is always gratifying to receive testlmo-ulal- s Every year Involving the los of million of High-Grad- e The Somerset Reiorter says the was instantly killed. for CliaiiilsTlal'irs Colic, Cholera and Five towns have been wiped out and Dlarrlio'.-- Remedy and when the endorse- dollars. Why should ou eect lo escapo Goods Warranted as Represented. Ofllco on assessmentpf that city exclusive of the from year to year ? Absolutely Pure from Main Mreet,opslto Kltnore'a Store, railroads and banks is $S.7,313. There 900 people destroyed by an eruption In ment Is Is no a physician It Is especially so. more satisfactory or fiTectlve "Them Mnnford, Kentucky Your Property VLxy Bum remedy than Ch.imlwrlaln's Colic. Cholera nre 629 white and 147 Negro voters. the Phllliplnc Islands. Fourteen cases of typhoid fever have and Diurrho-- Remedy," writes Dr. R. K. Within u ear. within a month, within 31 Counting five jwrsons for every voter J L TOTTKN. Salksmak Rotcy. physician and pharmacist, of develotwd in tho Eastern Kentucky Lu- Mo., and as he has used the Remedy Oluey, hours. Wliy should you extxmi the accuROTAl BAMSO POWDER CO., Slw YORK. this would give a population of .1,880. Iu his by own family and sold It Iu ids drug store for mulation ofyears of 'honest toll to hs THOROrOIIRRED There have been several cases of natic Asylum ut Lexington. it In an should certainly know. For a slnglu Mre.'whlch can destroy patronngo Newton Wilcoxsen. a desperate Ne six years, 'lie A, ! diphtheria at Livingston, but only one hour r Soliciting a share of your by Craig Hooker, Stanford. sale Rex'tfully, case, that of little Watterson, son, of gro, wus assassinated in his home near The most proMr. and Mrs. J. A. Land ram, has prov- Glasgow by unknown cowards. lific of nil breeds, JE5SS D. WJCA&X2T, attain tho greatHustonville. - - - iKantucky ed fatal. Tho remains were taken David J. Scligraun, theLong Stanford. Ky est weight, fatten General Agent, - - Branch through to Pittsburg In a wagon ut New York banker, died at easily at any age . Offers his sendees to the people ul West Lincoln Roars ready for after an operation for uppendloltis. nd Casey couutles. Full stock of Coffins aud Cask-t- s night. service. t.llU and sow already bred Pigs always on hand. ic Charles Runner, a school boy, comMrs. Cynthia Ann Sallee, wife of 95 D. 8. Carjienter. Manager. J of either mi, not akin Questions mid cor- rendonce promptly answered. Joel W. Sallee, who had been quite ill mitted suicide in Warren county to (If not sold privately before) I will at 12 J. M. H. J. McSOSEBTS, Stanford. a complication spite his mother, who had scolded him. o'clock m. otTer for sale on the premises, for several months with At Shelbyvllle, O., Edward Payntor "Forest Home,"S. the beautiful country honiti Corn nml Hay, of troubles incident to old age. is dead. of the. late II Withers. Tim Farm Is sit. Fwsl Exchange, near th Railroad I have oeni'd a shop at tho forks of tho MKS..U. D.SIMPSON, Pror.. She was the daughter of Elisha Per was fatally shot by his son who Inter- uated one mile from Stanford on tho Lan- Order Offlc and Crvuliu, lVwl Strvet, llilstouvllle aud MllledgDvllIti pikes, near ferred when the former nbu&ed his caster pike, aud - - PContuolcy. Mr. F Keld's and am prewired to do all kins, and was born in Lincoln county, t kinds of Coal Yard, Mill Mrd, latrljr J 11 Mains'. March 5, 1810, and was a sister of the wife. Maggie Mayle, a young society Miss 170 Satisfaction Ruaraiitissl. "Newly fumialied; clean beds; splendid late Dr. J. M. Perkins, of this place. Blacksmithing and Woodwork, woman In Huntington. W. Va., com- In high state Porters table. Everything cultivation, She and her aged husband, who is in mitted suicide by drinking carbolic auda fenced, richofand productive,well watered 89 meet trains. well adaptAt tho lowest prices aud In tho Wt manner his 8(ith year, were married in 1835. acid. ed to the growth of grass, grain, tobacco I guaiiuitee all my work. I wilt take all mid stock raising. A largo frame, dwelling Eleven children were born to them, of Mrs. William Dumm, of Chlllicothc, kinds of country produce, except for horso near the ro.ul and surrounded ly Till MB SHEET situated WORKS, shoeing which Is no cents, cash. Please glvu whom seven survive. Somerset O., fell dead when she saw ono of her forest and ornamental trees and alxnit 40 mo a share of your patronage, daughters hurled outof a buggy during acres of wottdlaud adjoining garden C II. MAYF.S KY., and orchard on other, containing good While the women's edition of the a runaway. fruit, wtdl arranged and fenced. The dwelltVan'a Mack Diamond I!)! Sole Richmond Register was being printed, A 'emale deputy sheriff, Miss Lillle ing has n rooms, with halls, isirches, pan-tr- l'alnt. proprietor of ;iirnllitsl for palntlti oo.J. GEORGE H. Intimates and cellars, all In a gotxl statu of metal and Iron noiv Satisfaction xuarauttssl All the gasoline engine cccplodetl setting K. Fountain, of Lewis county, brought well finished work and overv necessary ruufs iiaiiitisl with Iran's Mark Diamond l'alnt the building on fire. It spread rapidly an insane woman to the Eastern Luna-tl- e comfort. Outbuildings nre gixxf servants' ' warranted for Tram. Dealer In tssil Cltrrn t'umps rooms, barns, stables, cribs, buggy houses, aiidtialranlud Inn Filters, (ia'raulnsl and Mack Asylum. 21 if : & i Ky. and in a few moments the entire room iiuu miiiu hi iuu yarns, Iron Rooting of all kinds. raiiery , Co., has grass, stock lots well arranged and fenced, was in a blaze. The press room was The J. M. Robinson-NortoOdlce on Lancaster street at Residence. completely burned out. Three job voluntarily increased the wages of its cistern at the door, wells, jHinds and springs ! Box 44, Ky. abundance of water. presses and a cylinder newspaper press nOO operators in its New Albany facto- and an oifer HID acres with all Improvements Will ' ' ' Has had 12 years' practice liefora nil tho i an mi All isrsonsdcslrlnc lanust IV'ts for plank alsivo mentioned tlrst, then alsiut IU acres may prove a total loss. About two tons ry 10 per cent. Depu imeutA In Washington City. pint and railing or wire fvni-- rnii nnd what In trout nml George W. Parrot, Jr., a prominent also the of housetract cut off by road, and want at in jr store lusir Cedar Crock, on theI pike of newspaper and all the job stock were as descriled will Ik) IrailliiK from L ran Orchard to riiiii also entire destroyed by water and smoke, while young business man of Atlanta, com- offered, retaining the right to accept l)est keep on liaml a supply of plank for feiielns. All Co. kinds of lumber furbiilldlii z iiurisws, alao lifunlt the job and display type, being near mitted suicide because he had lost Mr bid. purchaser will get Immediate r)iis ll esiruu; any aittcleol MI The liosses- - andsliliuHes. call oil mo at in v iinro iiiurt smr this kind ran OFSTANIORD, KV the engine were melted. One hundred 000 in speculation. slou of farm; house yard and garden Jan. 32 tl. W. MNOI.I.roX. Creek. The Leading Specialists of America Hnthenberger broke the imry 1st, lsy, B. O. and fifty pounds of ink was done to a Faid up Capital, At and 5200,000 00 unpaced bicycle re- stock the same time crop, place will sell live brown, and all the body type except world's 20 YEARS IN OHIO, and stock and consisting of Surplus, 17,603 80 & was five IW.vo Good Fceilaj Cattle, a Lot of that on the press was destroyed. The cord in Colorado. The time 250,000 Cured. . .. lly prutrl.lons of Its iharter, desitors are a ....Proprietor store-roo15 minutes. below tho Reg- hours and goods in the Thoroughbred Jer:e7 Cows, Calves, fully pruttsled as urudslt.ir In .Njillnnal Hanks, Prince Luigl, of Italy, has ascended ister office, occupied by Wallace & WECURESTRICTURE Horses, Mules, SheeF, Hogs aad about 20 LIVERY.FEED& SALEJSTABLE Its .hareboldun lxlii held liidltldiially liable lo Ihovaleiitortlie vitioiiiiluf their ttisk therein at Rice, were badly damaged. The paper Mount St. Ellas on our Alaska line and Stacks of Hay Ihn par ulue theniir, In addition lo theaiaoiiut Thousands of young nnd In audi sliatts) Ivy. men nro troubled with this disease many ll may w a. pxiutor, ad came out, however, with tho edges of proved that it Is 18,120 feet high, and TKiiMrioi'S.u.K. For stock niid crop all' unconsciously. They may limonmmrt-inmliilstiatiir, trostw, Ac , as fully as an Indlf Idual sums.,. ., i'ia cuMi; ..,., that amount ' over under fltfO(ltlnll. , YPr? ISm.m TiiMinnl, .,r.illit .... ...... Tendering our thanks to thuc who bate entrust sensation, fuiull. twisting stream, xoine of the sheets considerably scorch- that it was never a volcano. .. .. ., ... rilSf. IW. .i....w...n, .... ...... ...... ,.,.,....,.. ms.u.w... fhirp cutting pains nt time, flight hoiiI.1h rates A portion ol your paltotiagu is rd their bu.luras tons, we trust they will runttnu ed. Judge Clark, of the United ' States The laud will lie sold for rlt to do so, and weolttr as a nuaranliefor prompt at dilh ulty in commencing, weak is ress.tfully solicited teutlnii to same our ) years' ex'rletir In bank remaining nnd all tho cjinptoins organ", The annual report of President M. circuit court, rendered a decision in cash; the of und 'years, legal In eipial lug and of neryom debility they hao as am eoiulitiul payments Interest, Don't let doctors experimen ton sllli sound Uiukliig. E. Ingulls, of the Chesapeake & Ohio, Chattanooga in which ho holds that a notes to lie dated fioiu day of sale and Hen ou, by cittlnir, ftrctchlne, or tenriui: IXKEITOKS. retained will iinf film V..1I no II .i. til L VOIl. shows that It earned $10,781,250 dur- mortgage claim has precedence ovor a For furtheron 'and until atl noti-- are paid. Information, apply to Ml. J.J. Williams, II. Vernon; turn. Our M'v'' MinilUD TREAT-Istax claim. W. F. REll), EM'culor. Cummins, l'rtni Iiertrllie, AILNT ahwrlH tho Mricturo tissue; pi ing the fiscal year. The cost of operS Owsley, Sr., J. II. Uwsley, Sheriff George K. Prltchard, u brothhenco remoter tho fitricture permanently. IJ2 ating was 6S per cent., leaving net William tiooth, S. II. SImiiIs, lt can noter return. Xn tminimimfTio-S. J. Kiubry, J. F. Gash, in?, no (Intention from Imsiness by our Z4 of 83,421,413. There is u sur- er of Senator Pritohard, of North CarI kJ I.. Lynn, J. n..l.n.l A. It. Mvti.vu 1l,nLn....,l. aiiu rAiiuiuitiuiipiirui'iruuKiii plus over all fixed charges of 8302,521. olina, was fatally wounded while atJ, .N. .MtntffC. no 1. Tho trrves nro invigorated, uml orcicxKS. tempting to arret Monroe Garland, a tho bibs of minhood icturns. During tho year 27 miles of now track I will cITer at public Mile (If not sold priS. II. Shanks, I'rcsldcnt: were laid, new buildings erected ut a noted desperado. J. II. Ussier, tiishler. vately beforehand; on of valuation holds W. M. Drlght, Teller Tho State board cost of 215,114, and new equipment Thiuands f vourc nnd mlddlo-ncimen aro liauie t'leir rc.i-c- l iiror nnd that bonds of corporations whose fran15, '97, purchased to the amount of 8243,488. vitality cintiuually rapped ly this dis- Joseph Fife, a Negro youth, convict- chises are liable to taxation can not be My farm slttiatul two miles from Crab Or- cie. lliey :i o frequently uncontclcua NATIONAL BANK own- chard 011 the Lancaster aud (.'rah Orchard inocautooi incfo symptoms, ticnernl ed of attempted criminal assault on taxed as personal property of the Cannes, l DUclinrce;, OF STANFORD, KV. turnpike, on Dl River, aud containing Manhood. N'erv imtipy j 1'i.or Mrm. Mrs. Marks, a widow, and who subse- ers of the bonds. : ory, Irritability, nt tiino bmartinsrfc'cn. and foundry at Lyes, with dark circle, ACRES OF GOOD LAND. ation. quently confessed to two other like The pipe works Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus $15,750. Weak Il.irk. ticnernl Denrpialnu I .nek Ala., was destroyed by tiro Sun- Said laud will be mild In Co., crimes, was hanged in tho yard of the of Ambition, Varicocele. Shrunken threo tracts, deAttention of the public Is railed to tho fjet Part, etc. liLIXf nnd STRICTURE scribed its follows: jail at Richmond, Va., just two months day. Tho loss is placed at 8100,000. this Is thu only National Hank Iu Stanford. that On. )nnrrimiiiit fn.nii.. maviio tiio riii.n. FOUNDED 1800. Tract No. 1, containing nlout io Acres of der the pruvhlous ol the National Hank Act Six hundred men were thrown out of doctor, as they haio no experience in after the commission of his crime. His Land, which Includes the residence, a brick depositors are secured nut only by the capital stock thCSC SllCCml lllpmr ilnn'r. nllnur "'j l.nt I... II... ...,....,,..... II..I.III.. ,ur ,, .,....., ... ..... l,..t.l.-...,,., .... miioum and frame with S rooms and II balls, 'J largo lust words to the sherill were: "I'll employment. Quacks to experiment on yon. Consult tspialtu the stock so that debitors of this luitltu .Specialists, who have made n lif o rtudy of Wiley Johnson, for attempted rape barns, good Ice liou-- e and other outbuildsend you a telegram from Heaven on tlou nrusecureil by a fund ol J.to.noi. rDe sworn Diseases of il en anil Women. Uur NUW ings, good orchards, well wateiedj In a tateiuuiita o( llio coiidltloii ol the Hank are made bTANFtyitP, KV. at Moorcvllle, Texas, and Jack Pharr desirable farm; III) acres In woodland; fact In 6 iMKniOD TUKAT1IKNT will ..!. U5 tho 14th of March." each year to the United States (lorcriimeiit and Its lively euro you. Ono thousand ilollurn for murdering u" white man, both Ne- cultivation and remainder Iu guiss. assotsaro vxamiiitsliit stated times hygoteriiuienl The 23th anniversary of the Burton lor a case wo accept tor treatment and Tract No. 2 contains about luO Acres, adagents, thus KsiutlDg additional and Jwrfect satet to cannot cure. Terms tuoJcrato for a cure. family was held at Mitchell, Ind., lust groes, were Friday's contribution joining tract No and has upon It a resitodeiosltors. This institution originally established as Hie Do. dence of 4 rooms, a tenant house, good orCURES GUARANTEED week. Nearly ull of the 1,200 repre- the hempen line by mobs. posit Hank of Stanford In littl.thcii reorganized as chard, HO James Staley had so much fun riding grass and acres In cultivation, Ui) acres In the National Hank ofstunlord In IsM andagaln sentatives of the family in tho county no treat nn.l mt tho lemaluder In I.'tISarnvs reorganlnsl a. the FlrstpatlonaI Hank of Stanford d VAHICOCKLi:. SVl'Hil.is nr.KKT at Harrlsburg, Pa., Tract No. a contains aboutwoodland. ad2.10 Acres, STANFORD. KY. were present. There are over 10,000 a In IbSI, has lud practically an uninterrupted sTituTum-:- iMi'OTKXcy. secret he forgot his teeth were false and joining the other tracts, has upon It a burr 3S, ears. It Is that supplksl now DRAINS. UNXATPKAL IHCHAIUJ. relatives of this family in the U. S. mill with water and steam jsiwer, ' tenant lacllities for Irjiiudliig buslncM promptly and wIC libAll ktudsof rcpdrlng done at retiublo rates erally than swallowed them. It was necessary to houses, graiiaiy, blacksmith shop; alout-'0Ji. KlUNKV nnd JILADDER Diseases. t,ir More Iu Its long and honorable CONSULTATION FREE. ROOKS UpholsterlDi: a socially, Sill'lactioa i;uira- eed, career. Atcoiinia of Individuals, llduclarlcs, firms A Stanford drummer bought 10,000 split open his throat to prevent him acres of this laud Is good DI River Rottom. FREE If unable to call, wriln fur aud luditldiialssolUIttsl. Said tracts of land will bo offered sepa- A. S. IIOJII; Ul'K.STIO.V ULANK for bushels of wheat ut 00 cents and sold from choking to death. 'l'KHA'lilliST. rately und then us a whole. uikkctorx it last week at IK) cents, thus increasing Despondency duo to the death of her Tkiisis. Sale will be made on the followC,! St""( Z' Surgeon S T HarVi"'01" d II. llaughman, " cash; balance In his bank account $2,400. Interior husband by her own hand live years ing terms: J fa. Docker, " ' years, isjual Installments, beat T.K Hill, Dentist, aud lug In., K. U Tanner. McKlniicv. v. a. Trfi.i.i., BSfWIH ago, caused Maggie Irwin, colored, to tel est payable annually. Journal. Colller.Crab Orcli'd; M. J. Miller, Mt.Vcrnoo. Wglud lo show said tracts to any122 W. FOURTH STREET, V Will Bob Ly tie ? Somerset Who take her life in a cell ut tho Central Ky. .u, ..i.iui.iie, ctuiuoro. one desiring a home. CINCINNATI, O. orriCBKs. Police Station, Louisville, using her W. T. II. WHITE. Offlieorer McRobert' Drug Store iu the .Owsley I.JS. II cker, l'rcsldeiil; J. J. McRoIhtIs Cashier - f tl No. John Davis. apron string its a noose. Crab Orchard, Ky. Illll'.lllIC ' 4V A. A. Lex-ingto- 2 PKUYKAU IX ADVANCE 70. I.sv oral IM 3PgKf rami. , A Card. Mrs. Llzzlo Rice begs leave to correct a little mistake made There Is a party of Liberty people- in through your colums last week. Mr. Nashville this week seeing the exjwsl-tio- und Mrs. R. II. Batsou desiring to make her u visit, nlso to meet Mr. and At tho picnic near town Saturday two Mrs. Goodkntght, spent the 2.th with fights occurred but no one was serious her which was the birthday of Mr. ly hurt. Goodknlght. In justice to herself aud Several people from hero attended those friends who have have boon o n Bullalo Bill's Wild West Show at kind to her In her trouble, this fnct Is n. Liberty. The Winter Of Your Discontent- - jFOIK liotuu S-AwXj- IE- IIouso and Lot, at McKinnuv llottsu contain. rooms, hull way, urot'ttii-r- v acrtMof land. iiutlmllilliipi. Alxitit Coiiililurcii ono of tho Utt locations for u li ut .MclCliinoy. if I CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS. NOTICE h -- PIANOS m 11 Pretty For Sale. Dan-Frldu- lOYUs p 1 311 T. L. SHELTON, - CaSTLEMR. o, n, six-mont- F.REI D.Stanford, Shcrt-Hora VT. A. -- News Briefly ed .. HORSES. two-year-o- ld nt J. B, HIGGINS, -- a tiff akS0 POWDER 1 Bell-vlll- e, PROPERTY Thou-snu- ds Farm Wagons, Pleasure Vehicles, Agricultural Are Destroyed by Implements, Fire or Lightning i a J. T. SUTTON. Undertalcer, DUROC HOGS well-know- n Fine Farm for Sale. Tuesday, Sept. 14, 97 Mason Hotel first-class. SON, DEHLERS IN COHL, NOEL i .Lancaster, Kentucky. Contains Acres, Stanford; DB, W. B. puirirs', &j. J.T.Jones, IM STANFORD, Re-port- er. 1 ys r. M'KrNNEY. Dentist, Stanford, ice-wiu- se n Pension Claim Agent, U a 2TOO:iOX3 i Stanford, tht-j- r DM.&K. middle-age- , I Farmers Bank&Tnist 100-mi- le ( Year-llag- r, SHELBY SHELBY, ' j g JunctionlCity, .1 t.M- -. one-thi- rd cml-lo- two-thir- ds Sl'RIC-TL'K- 1 -- I 111 s FIRE INSURANCE .1 . eAi-nlng- s Public Sale. PHHNIX OF BROOKLYN. Oaris-ntc- r WECURE GLEET E Full-lllir Insurance Company, Insurance Wednesday, Sept. FIRST An-nlsto- n, 530 Caledonian ii of Scotland. R.B.MAHONY,Agt., H. D. PHILLIPS, L -' 1 Gun and Ziools Smith. - merry-go-roun- . exist-eiiM-f- Is-tl- -- U Kennedys Kergan rres. PRICE. One-thir- 1 '" -- Pur-ago- n. Stanford, J;; I .urhiiiiioy,AsliaiitCashlor. lteftjnjjjBeiA" ' i ri k tmm t s, J ..fint . .1, . i ..,, .. Ojn..iUf . 7slssasN"sTh JJ,