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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893053001 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 1893 $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. SS-'r- 4 s " - . t? Fv 4. Semi-WeeklVOL. XXL MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. y Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. MAY 30. 1893. CHURCH NO. 26 -- AFFAIRS. FARM XND TRADE ITEMS. GRAB ORCHARD. lluford, of Klin wood, Tcnn , killed hlmsolf because Lis sweetheart Haid nho was too voun to tnnrry. Tho Hlclunond Kegibter announces tho approaching marriage of Richard White Miller, of tliatcity, to Mlsa Susie Hume 1'attnn, of Huntuville, Ala. MIbb Kmmii Grlineloy, h girl of 18 yearn, living at Nevada, Mo , draulc a tIhI of chloroform because her lover had broken Ida enKnguHitwit with her. and then Bonrcd to thu Bnccharine H. W. Bubao-tiuentl- MieB lkttio Dryo, formerly of but now of Caldwell, Kiuibub, Ilim-tonvll- le, will bu mnrried on tho 15th of next month to Mr. Charles Clarke, a proud-neu- t young merchant ol the Biituu town. 1 Thomas White bought of James Boutcn, of Casey, a bunch of mountain "DEATH'S DOINGS. cattle nt 2c. Mrs. Kate Hays received a terrain Tho American Derby will be worth from Independence, Mo.,i!laliiiK that her 550,000 to the winner this year. It will be Shumnle. WJ8 mother. Mrs. Aimed run at Chicago. dead. She was 73 years old and had J. P. Crow will start his lleety from dropsy for more been a aufferer Belle in the $1,200 stako for 2:45 than a year. Ueftided a husband, Mrs. trotters at Chillicothe, O. Shumate leaves three daughtera, IncludD. T. Chestnut bought of James ing Mis. HayB. Hutchings, of Hedgevillc, 50 sheep and 51 lambs for 312. Record. At the sea level water bods at --Ml!' John A. Hugtiely sold to Prowitt & ordinary atmospheric prea Fah., under Wood 200 lamba for July 1st delivery at which ia Muted to be 14.7 (nearly Bure, Harrodsburg Democrat. 15) pounds to the square inch. If tho E. P. Woods bought of various par atmospheric pressure be reduced or ro tics in upper Garrard 10 extra good suck- July. moved, by means of a vacuum apparatus la reduced to 100 ling mule colts at $00 to $70. tho boiling point Mr. P. D. Hardy, of Pineville. a Fall, or leta. If the pressure bu iucreaa We call your attention to the Late Improved J. P. Embry A Co., of Madison, have young man of sterling qualities, was vd, as it ia in a steam boiler, the boillug completed their shipment of 1,000 New here this week in the interest of the polut of the water is proportionately inYork cattle to Lehman, nt 4jc. creased to 350 Fah. or more. It must places. Messrs. Perscales." John Pope oold to W. A. Herrin a kins and Carson, our alao be remembered thai an we ascend merabove theses level the atmospheric pres of fat heifers nt 3c and bought of chants, each purchased a pair. We heard How MoDKKN Cjumation ib Conduct-ki)- . hunch lw and the boiling sure grows gradually a gelding lor a lovely young lady say if The body, simply clad aud placed a Garrard county party she could pull point of water is correapontliugiv lower. $100. Water boils readily on Mount Washing in a colli n, ia not put into thu fire, as the scales over his eyes, she would think M. F. Klkln bought of Wm. Beck a ton at 'JOO" Fah.. nnd upon Mont Wane many persons suppose, but into a herself quite fortunate, and we will add, bunch of 150 pound hogs at 0c and of va- be would bu quite fortunate if he could at 1S.V Fah. Bulletin ol Pharmacy. chamber of clay, little larger than Tho molecules of tee Hre bound togeth itself, which ia wholly closed, except for rious parties a lot of butcher stuff at 21 win her. er by a very great force. To separate a few small perforations in Mr. Sam Higgins, of Somerset, was the top for to 3c- theiii. that is to melt, say one pound of A Canadian mnro gavo birth to tripIn town ou business last week. The famtl,e escape of tho rmcb, which aro conice at :W F., requires u power ol lOO.SWl Two of the foals were about the ily of Dr. Samuel Perkiua, of Brodhead, foot pounds, or a power equal to lilting ducted through the fire and consumed lets. or This chamber Is heated to a tempera- nlzo of kittens, while the third was of with Mrs. M. Perkins, aro guests of Mr. n height of over the Ice to the exertion for one minute of over ture of about and Mrs. W. E. Verkins. Mrs. John degrees. Nothing normal size. power. e J. B. Bout Bold to Mrs. Shelby 17 Edmiston is in feeble health, a fact very but heated air touches thu body. It lies deA GREAT UPRISING. sad to her many friends, who love her absolutely undisturbed, maintaining its yearling mules ut $50. Len Hudson livered 50 lambs to Prewitt that averag- for her many lovely traits of character. perfect shape until the last moment, Mnlrrlnl mill Mural Thn fturiirUInc Her devotion to her family is perfect hen tho beautiful rosy color it has ed 81 pounds. Advocate. .MU- III I BUI. hlrrHBtll oMIn- IxmgBtride, the famous hunting Her grown children never enter tho As the yeurs roll by wo got n proper gradually assumed changes to white and jHTSpectivo of tho civil war, Hiid ns we it falls together iu tho form of horse, leaped over a 31 foot pond at Hol- house without receiving pleasant smiles lywood, N. Y., Friday, after 121 other and embraces, and mother with them is linvo leisure and upiMirtmiity tocoinjKUv pure nshcB. horses had failed to make it. it with other wars we realize tho it:i the angel of home. I wrote o loug letter to Tom to day, jtortanco of ono fact too often owr Remkmuf.ii entries to thu 5300 saddle looked. In our hnimtionco nnd criticism aud told him that although I was only a Rtallion purse closo June 15. Write to IN MEM0RIAM. in lb01-- 0 wo forgot that no war f young girl, he could always rely on my Secretary Lincoln County Fair for entry Mrs. Nannie Dudderar Soden Died May modern times had Wn waged by n?'v friendship. I tcld him I hoped he would blanks. Fair date July 27 and 2S. 24, 1892. nation with rulers po llttlo prepared by always shun temptation and work hard And would say to you never buy without first examining it. We asA colt with only one eye, nnd thnt t'xporieiico. Tho eoldiers of the Utduii to make Home good woman happy. 1 sure you .that it is the simplest, most durable and the lightest draft Ono long, weary year ago the In tho middle of its forehead, nnd its in lbOt were nbiolutely now to tho art of put in u poNtcrlpt this lovely sentiment, Call and mouth whore its nostrels should be, was grim messenger of Death camo to my machine on the market and less liable to get out of order. war, nnd by an extraordinary combina- which found in the quotation book: peaceful, h.ippy homo and robbed it of it. It is represented at Crab Orchard by W. A. Carson, at Stanford born in Boston last week nnd is still tion of circumstances tho civil rulers "To thine own self be true: its sunlight, its happiness nnd its angel by D. 13. Stagg, at McKinney by Alford & McKinney, at Kings-villalive. wero nt tho sumo time nlinoit devoid of And it must follow as night the day, my mother, leaving father aud I alone by V L. McCarty and at Hustonville by John Rifie. engagements for Doblo is making no Thou canst not then be false to any man." expel iance in practical administration. Tho HoDublican party was led by vi-now aud ho will not to lament the loss of one who was the Nancy Hanks just new men, wlios.oalniostontlrooxjK.'rii-iThe Junu number of Fetter's South do so until ho has learned what he may author of the happiness of our home. O! .A-ID- L liad lieen in jwlltical opposition. Th' erti Ma'gnzine (Fetter k Hush Publishing expect her to do this year. Sho is paid mother, though young iu years, my boyDon't fail to see the Buckeye Machines. . wero indeed nrdent patriots, but bo fur Co., ish heart, fresh in its love for you, and Kept by each agent. Louisville, Ky ),' is replete with to be in good rondition. as experience in governing went thoy bright short stories, essays aud poems. will send out n wonderful full of tender memories of your loying woroin 1BC1 just lil:o pasHengers win Among tho story kindness, laments your absence with writers are Madison pacing brigade, including Grant's might suddenly bo culled to take char): Call and see our 2.10J; Walnut Boy, 8: 11 J; Wilkie fond afloction true, nnd still holds its to pieces beneath then Ca wein, George Griffith Fetter and Mrs. of u ship going I). Sayro. The essayists aro J. Russell, 2:15; Black Dick, 2:15; Rose wa- love for you, sacred to your loving memiVot in a storm which mado thrice bea Mrs. A. ory. True, I have still left mo the watchSoulo Smith and Calvin S. Brown, while ter, ( 1) 2:10, nnd Dan Tucker, 2:10. Mined mariners pale. NEW Suddenly they voro called upon to, Angelo Crippen contributes notes from ful care, the protection, the love and af.1.11. Boone bought of W. L. deal with tho most embarrassing com- thu great Columbian Exposition iu her fection of my kind nnd loving father, 23 sho.its nt 0 cents and sold to J. plication in diplomacy, tho most difli usual entertaining style. Saves time labor and expense whom God iu His infinite gooduefs and B. Foster a lot of satne at 0 and to J. E. cult problems in finance, tho most submercy has spared to me, still there is a tle and complex issues in constitutional' ' TU.VNKLIMI Tlltf MMI'LO.V. Work Oil Lynn a lot of same at sime. He sold to Guaranteed to be and to meet demands for military the new Simplon tuunel has been com- C. M. Spoonnmoro nnd b. K. Duuuernr form, a face, a loving voice, a kisp, a fond law, embrace I miss at home, which none but purposes which would have staggered menced. When completed it will be the each a lot of shoots at Oc. a mother can take or give, and which tho most iowerful monarchies in Eu- longest tunnel iu the world. It will ox-- ' David Walter has bought 5 car loads place in the homo and at tho Greside, in rope. Rtihsiii, Austria, Kngland mid tend from Brieg, in .Switzerland, to Isel-l- a, of hogs, to bo taken from tho 20th of Franco had in turn owned their incadeyoted son, of in Italy, and its total length will be Juno to the first ol July, at 5 to Go; nlso tho love and affections a pacity to suddenly mobilize u qunrter of none but a mother can till. My dear, And to give satisfaction. miles. It is expected that from S to 25 loads of lambs, to be taken from now million men. The United States, which departed, sainted mother, I miss youl had but 10,000 men in its regular nrmy U vpllra will lin ni'iMlntml In tlw. intiul rm. to July 20; at 5 to 0c; also a few butcher Though absent I love you; though sleepin April, 1601, had before the frosts of tion of the tunnel. Harrodsburg Democattle at 2 to ing in the arms of Death, you still live in , autumn fell nearly 700,000 men armed crat. heart and memory, aud ever will. Ah a rule, a double-gaiteand equipped and in camp or on the horse is Charles Spoonamore is doingn splenSucct angel mother, Wtit one, ' f.ister as a pacer march. than as a trotter. Many In God's bright home ut joy, And with what success? Comparisons j a pheiiomiual pacer has been lost to tho did business with his saddle stallion, Ami hear the prayer ol him you loved. passes that nre in this case indeed eloquent. Great turf through the foolish, mistaken no- Screamer, and hardly a day Your lonely, loving bojr. Britain's ndminlstrativo system confesshe does not book a mare. With his jack, Look down on father as he mreps, in supplying less than tion of "converting" him. Hnd Smug- Joe Embiy, he is also doing well, and edly hroko down The weary hours away, Edwin Forrest, aud 60,000 men in tho Crimea. In tho win gler, And on your boy. who gave you up notwithstanding the largo number of Bonesetter, 2:1!), been permitted to take ter of 1801 tho Washington miminitftru Ono year ago around him, he will make oven a tion supplied 000,000 men, scattered , their chosen gait, they doubtless would jnckB Oh! tainted mother, my young heart, alomr ft lino of 1!,500 miles from the ha to been great pacers. Turf, Field aud bigger season than usual. .SUIt holds its love to true, An Indlnnacow on a test ave 218 mouth of tho Potomao to New Mexico. Farm. New Stock and Lower Prices than ever offered offered here before. Though heavy with lit weight of eric!, a revenue of f 00,000,000 Before the war pounds and 2 ounces of milk in 7 days It faithful still lo you. See our stock and get prices. We can then convince you that a year alarmed tho nation. In a few "What will you havo sir?" said the (about 120 quarts) aud made 22 pounds pray the prayer you taught my lips, months Secretary Chuao had to raise pert waitress. And nightly thed a tear, G ounces of butter. wbb a Jersey It and Of loving memory when I say, $000,000,000 a year, and soon had to "Something to heat," replied the and her food for the week consisted of SI "' Oh God bless mother dear! double that. visitor to the restaurant. pounds of bran, 50 pounds of meal, 50 In naval warfare tho Americans of The light, the life of home is gone, ," "Suppose you try a said the pounds of ground oats, 12 pounds of linApril, 1801, wero ua children, yet in No mother's lace I see, Our stock is complete and immense. All kinks of Dress Goods too P. W., who thought she was being guy- seed meal and 240 pounds of ensilage. eight months thoy had established n Hut God has spared me still one friend, numerous to mention are now on our counters. Calicos, A A father lives with me. naval blockade tho most thorough in ed. The famous trotting stallion, Dictafew more straw hats sold formerly at $1.25, now go at 35c. An eleHe loves me for my mother's sake, history, and in eight moro their rams, The 13,000,000 which tho hat manufac- tor 113, valued at $25,000, and sire of gant line of Ladies' Slippers just in. Children's and Boys' Suits from You who to often smiled monitors and other ironclads had rev2:131,' Direc2:10, Phallus, Upon my face and blessed him with, of the country have got to hand turers 80c to $9 per suit. Come and get a pair of olutionized naval' warfare. of Nancy Hanks llis loving boy, his child. energy of tho north was indeed over to the inventor of the Bw'eat band tor, 2:17 and grand-BirTho wonderful, its reservoof strength vastly used on hats affords a striking Illustra- and Direct, died 8aturday, in Fayette, at Oh mother, mother, tee these tears) That dim your darling's eyes, greater thau itself suspected. To quote tion of the value of genius wheu it the ago of 30 years. Ho was owned by And hear Ms pleading voice ol love, a western byword, "Wo ached with makes a bit. H. O. McDowell & Son, of Lexington. . Bed Sets, Lace Curtains, &c. In fact They are strictly At he looks to the tktet. strength." No country in the world was Dictator has a splendid representative in Watch over me, guide my lootttept, God, you any thing you ask for. Lome one and all and get purposes than were we can sell ever stronger for war Love life, but love it not for vulgar this county, George Dictator, owned by While I in life remain, the adhering states in 1801. prices and if we do not sell you we will do you good by giving you pleasures, for misorablo ambitions. Love M.S. Baughman. when I'm called from earth, I'll see That And back of all tho material .resources it for what in it is important, grand, dipointers. Always My mother's face agiln. gelding Rowley, the Canadian-bre- d wero tho soul, tho moral vigor, tho fierce WlLLtS. who recently broke the English record and high resolve that tho tirao had como vine. Silvio Pellico. addtho great issuo onco for all. toscttlo The mott ttubborn Skin and Scalp Diseases, the Among tho latest forms of entertain- by trotting a mile in 2:241, laet Ju8t and all blood Will give you the top of the market. After this Only twice in all history has there ment is one ed a couple more of British best on rec worstoftorms of Scrofula, nature, aretaints utterly rooted Eggs, butter, &c. every name and they call "an evening with anything nt all approaching it Medical Discovery. we will give away to every 20th purchaser the amount been of the purords to his list by trotting two miles out by Dr fierce's Golden a torpid liver or imcaused by For the uprisings of Holland against Spain, poets." Eating has no place on the pro- over tho Aintree track at Liv- pure every dlwasethe only remedy so certain and chaser to Si, whatever it may be, for 30 days. You will find us at blood, it is nnd of Franco in her early revolutionary gramme. Buffalo Courier. it fails to over the effective that It can be guaranteed. If back erpool in 5:00 and a the old stand in Rowland. benefit or cure, you have your money era. Time, instead of lessening, height- Erysipelas. Bolls, It is all plain Bailing for the poor girl Alexandria Park track, London, in Kczema, Tetter, Glands, Tumors and Swellour appreciation of that great and ens record was Carbuncles, Enlarged ailment, are completely The English truly natioual movement. The perspec- when the jaunty little sailor hats are in 1:09 ings, and every kindred by it. . inand permanently cured fashion. ricayune. 5:16 and the mile record 1:10 of U0 odd years gives us a moro tive great orislng of the spiring view of the ?.north. . -r la " llettio has mnny frienda here who wiali her a bright wodding day and a brighter and happier life afterward. Mitw Itev. A. V. Suemoie will preach at Logan's Creok at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Union services will be held at tho Presbyterian church Sunday night. Services by Rev. A. V. Sizcmore. Hev. II. C. Morrison's meeting at Cythiaua continues, with 30 additioup, And nccordiug to Ills statement four "sanctlfications" are among tho number. Hev. F. P. Davenport, rector of church, Memphis, the leading Episcopal church of the city, preached a sermon Sunday in which ho advocated the opening of the World's Fair on Sunday. The Northern Presbyterian Assembly, through Dr. Youug, of Danville, took exactly opposite grounds on the question of women taking a public part In services that tho Southern Assembly did, tho Bible to the contrary notwithstanding. The meeting at tho Christian church by Elder J. S. Sweeney is still going on. There have been 8 confessions to date, 6 of whom wero baptized (immemed, as our Christian friends pr. fer to any) in tho baptistry last night after services. Somerset Republican. The Southern Presbyterian General Assembly is pronounced in Its opposition to "lascivious" dancing and recommends that when all other means have failed the session shall excommunicate an offending meinhnr. It ia also recommended that the session must absolutely enforce tho injunction of Scripture forbidding women to speak in churches (1 Cor. 14 34), or in any way failing to observe that relative subordination to men and other that is taught iu 1 Cor. Ca!-ve- ry 11-1- Jersey Bull for Bale. A. G. Hufiman. Foil Salb. 1'8 2 year-olcattle. G. M. Baker, Highland. Wood, of Boyle, bought in Mercer, a bunch of fat cattle at 3c. W. A. Hall Bold to M. F. Elkin a lot of cattle nt 3c. John Hill Bold to a Boyle county pnrty a filly for $175. There aro more than 20,000 varieties of apples raised in the United States. Wm. Moreland boimht of II. II. of Rockcastle, 40 stock hogs at d 800-pounMc-Clur- WE SKLL - e, 61c. Kansas Ib rated ns tho first Stato and Missouri the ond. sec- Kceno'a co't, Domino, won the Great American Stakes nt Gravesend, worth $15,000. Mc-Kinn- 5c MOUNTAIN prophecy happiness untold. Is proaching at the Christian Thero church every 2d Sunday by Mr. Briney, an oxcelleut young divine, and country members aro invited to attend. J. R. Bailey sold at public sale all of tho belongings of G. W. Leo, who, from all roporte, has treated his creditors in Canary and Mocking Bird Cages, Hanging Baskets, Flower. Crocks. a shameful manner nnd departed for for- New stock of Genuine Carbolic Sheep Dip. Prices reasonable. eign parts. Mr. Eb Higgins, a Louisville drummer, is in town. Mr. James Carson Is nt home, after a long absence. He has F. L. AUSTIN.- been engineer on the South Extension of D. B. CAMFDELL. the L. & X. for several years nnd the company holds him in high esteem. Some time since Mrs. W. T. Stephenson had a uice black cashmere shawl, & AT7STXXT, which some ono took and left a common one in its place. Sho knows this is pure- Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset st; wareroom, paint ly accidental, but would be happy to give and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. the owner her own, if she will return the one lost. It has a darn in one corner. Miss Annie Sigler, the handsome sB'Sign Work, artistic and plain. " We guarantee specialty. daughter of Mra. M. V. Sigler, was mar- A work to give satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. ried last week in Indiana to a Mr. Lord. Of bright and cheerful disposition, she CAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky. is a favorite with our people. We truly hope that in her "Lord" she may realize -- TO THE her fondest hopes and live a useful, hap py life. She will visit her home here in Mr. Donegnu is nblo to be out, after quite a severe spell of sickness. The "month of roses" will witness the union of four loving hearts and we The Gurney Refrigerator, THE WHITE ICE CREAM FREEZERS. WATBB OOOLEBS, McKINNEY BROS. NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, CAMPBELL Fro'r. three-corner- ed House Painting and Paper Hanging Farmers of Lincoln Co. 3 "self-calculati- wide-awak- e so-call- three-hom- l.)l - y New Buckeye IVIachines, ZEdHSTIDS to-da- y i e . OF REPAIRS ' Mit-sour- i j All-dalla- h, ' PROCESS STOVE. ' Mc-Ca- rty - PERFECTLY SAFE. ' -1 I 3c d W H. WESREIM & CO. NEW : HOUSE, 4c. 1 WE ARE THE LEADERS. OUR DOUGLASS OR BUELL first-class- Hat-iron- Jay-EyeSe- e, e SH0LS. BHIKTGUS YOTJR PRODUCE. poi-o- 1 half-inil- o half-mil- e Salt-rheu- 4-- 5. STEPHENS & KNOX. ). 4-- 5. " V-- ' fL -- 3 t IV I I. If- - Collector Scott, of tho Louisvillo disTrains are now running between trict, has been requested to resign. Now York and Chicago over tho New Edwin Booth sullerod a relapsu Sat- York Central in 20 hours. urday ami death is momentarily expectRainbow is favorite for the Ameri Stanford, Ky., . May 30, 1893 ed. can Derby, which is yet a month off, A landslide at Vaerdalen. Norway, while G. W. Johnson is soiling well tor destroyed 60 farms and killed over 100 a place. WALTON. persons. Mrs. Lillian Reeves, oiDalli8, Texas, layette s taxable property amounts shot Louis Longenetti six times, instant to f:.ii,U73,iU3, an increase oi sa.uuu over ly killing him, because ho had maligned last year. her honor. The elections in Virginia for circuit Rev. Graham and wife were run and county court officers resulted, with down and killed at Miltier, Ga., by tho few exceptions, in victories for tho fast train on tho Central railroad known One of tbe most disgraceful scenes that but democracy. as Nancy Hanks. body was ever occurred in a A hill enabling women to voto in The Baltimore Sugar Refinery in enacted in the Kentucky House n day municipal elections boa been .passed by that city was destroyed by fire. The lots bill, which or two ago. Tho beis over $1,000,000 and tho insurance be makes it an offenaa for any person or the Michigan Legislature and will come a law. tween $300,000 and $500,000. persons so interfere with the the traffic The bill to prevent unJohn Light shot and killed Epraim or transportation of freight or passengers lawful interference with railroad traffic Dean at Burgin Sunday evening. They on any railroad, punishable by fine of not less than $25 nor more than $200 and and transportation passed tho House by had troublo over the settlement of n voto of 50 to 19. partnership. Light escaped. imprisonment of from 10 days to eix a Italy's Legation at Washington bus A monster snake was killed in Co was being discussed and was months, been raised to the rank of an Embassy. dar Bass Lake, near Knox, Ind., that championed by Representative Kretner, The American Legation in Rome will be measured 30 feet in length, was three of Louisville, and opposed by Mr. Botts, similarly advanced. feet thick and weighed nearly a ton. of Shelby. In his remarks the latter Jacob Dickens, of Williamstown, a There is not a living man now who facetiously referred to the former as a corporations and as the married mau of 40, cruelly assaulted was ever tried for treason against United tool of the a child of nine, and the citizens are look- States. Hon. Castner Hanway, of Ne"missinc link." so long undiscovered. braska, was the last one and he has just Roaring with rage Kretner sprang to his ing for him with a rope. Wm. Burton, of Rockport, Ind., died. feet and applied such epetbeta, includFrank Tonnies, of Cincinnati, hung ing the most opprobious of all, us only a killed himself by eating bologna saus attempted to age. His was a rather novel but a pretty himself in a loft and requested that his "wharf rat" could. Botts presbody be sent home as a birth-daget to him, but was prevented, when tough way to commit suicido. Ives' noted painting, "Woman Tak- ent to his wife. This is probably the Kremer sent for bis gun and started into the hall to use it, when he was forcibly en in Adultery," was found to be too best present Mrs. Tonnies has received on or- immoral for the World's Fair and a piece in years. detained by tbe sargeant-at-armof cloth has been tacked over it, It is reported by some of the lieuder of the Speaker. Such exhibitions Bush Hart, Sr., who was shot in a tenants of Senator Sherman that he will bring further odium upon the State and v. Foraker any furfurnish another reason for the imme- street fight, at Paris, with Chief of Police not oppose Mernaugh Tresday evening, died Thurs- ther in Ohio politics. This means a de diate dissolution of a body which has brought only evil, and that continually, day night. Tho killing was justifiable. sertion of Gov. McKinley, with the State A girl residing in a Lake Michigan convention but two weeks oil". from the very hour ot its assembling. town has recovered $500 damages from a Alexander Russell Webb, who has Mucu interest is manifested over the steamboat company for naming a boat undertaken to introduce Islaraism in rumor that Miss Blanche Culbertson, of after her, without asking her permis- this country, says he is negotiating for New Albany, Ind., is to marry Mr. Leigh sion. the purchase of lanzo tracts of land in The last few days of Murderer Mul- Southern States, on which he propose French, of Minneapolis, to whom her father was bitterly opposed. The cause ligan, under sentence of death at Padu- - to plant Mohammedan colonies. of the interest is in the fact that should cah, are made mora pleasant because of Yesterday's Washington dispntchea this lady decide for love she loses lots a big pension be gets from tho govern- stated that Charles II. Rodes would bo World's Fair Excursions. of lucre a million or more, her hard- ment. appointed collector and that the chief The C, II. A. D. will allow Dr. Preutis Meade, late a represenhearted father's will providing that she deputyship would be tendered to Mr. at Cincinnati on all tickets rending that tative from Carroll in the General Assshall be cut off without a cent of his The way. Ou all regular World's Fair tickH. Welch, of Nicholasville embly, died at bis home in Carroll ton John ets from the South or Southern Ohio large estate if bIio marry the object of dispatch said the appointment would antl reading via Cincinnati and the 0., last Wednesday from an attack on menhis especial aversion. Women usually ingitis. ill beal be made yesterday. II. & D. to Chicago, go by contraries, but if Miss Blanche Over 200,000 visitors took advantage lowed within the lif of the ticket, and West Virginia boasts of a His entire interest in the passengers can pecure the stop-ovprivknows which side of her bread is butwoman who has two distinctly differ- of the openiug of the World's Fair Sun ilege by depositing the tickets with the tered she'll never give up a million to ent voices bass and tenor and woe bo day. Tho Kentucky and a few other Merchant and Manufacturers' Awocia- Samarry any man on this macrocosm. tiou at Cincinnati. For rates, folders tide the man upon whom she lets loose State headquarters remained closed. loons and hotel bars, which have here- and and full information regarding tho Tbe transfer of the treasury from a re- the former. world's trip, Including special induceW. H. Lewis, a negro student at tofore been doing an immense busiues ments offered by tbe cilirens of Cincinpublican to a democratic treasurer, on Sunday, it is reported, were almost nati for stop over in the Queen City, will begins June 1, when D. II. Morgan, Harvard, will sue tho proprietor of a any l) H. A 1). agent, or K (). Cambridgo barbershop for $5,000 damag deserted. of Connecticut, will succeed the present (J. P antl T. A. World's Fair Numerous efforts have been made to incumbent. All the money will have to es for refusing to shave him on account have Collector Capps leave Muhlenberg Route. 200 W. 4:h etreet, Cincinnati, O Aud- be counted or weighed and it will take of his color. The Woodforditee are kicking like county, eo that no official would be there 1 here is nothing I have ever used far mmcular the committee, with the assistance of 40 empowered to make the levies for the rheumatism that Rivet meatI much relief at ChamHalm have unrig clerks and 20 laborers. 2A months to com- jackasses against an electric railroad to railroad tax, but he refuses to do so. berlain's Tain years, does bottles in been at occa- it fur about two four all. nun required, and alwa t keep a bottltt of it ill my plete the count. When tho democrats connect Lexington and Versailles, Bitter feeling has been engendered heme believe I know a i;ood thing when I get the latter would get no benefit turned the treasury over to the republiagaiust him by hisattempta to collect this hold of it, anil l'mn lUIti ii the best liniment I from it and the former all. have ever met will. U.H Denny, dairyman. New cans four years ago, the same laborious Lexington, bottle Thursday next the new Winches- tax, and when the Deputy Marshals Mcttoberti, O 50 centStanford for tale by W II job had to be performed, when it was Iruggiit, leave the count; Capps will take his found that every cent chargable to the ter and Beatty ville railroad will be open departure at the same time. While Mr T J Ritchcy, ot Allnj, Mo, was ed from Beattvville to a iunctiou with treasury was accounted for. traveling in Kam.it he wat taken violently ill with ! cholera morbui He called at a drug ttcre to get the Kentucky Union R. R. A large partnme medicine and the druggist recommended Ohio statesmen of the republican va- ty of Louisville gentlemen will witness ( hamberlam' tollc, Cholera and DUnhira so highly he concluded to try it 1 ho result riety seem to be playing in bad luck this the opening. wat immediate relief and a lew dotes curd him completely It is made for towel complaint and Mike Lynch has been named by the season. Gov. McKinley'p financial trou nothing else. It never falls For tale by W. II Ant! ask a continuance of the patronage extended the firm of Higeins I'ersons having claim the etiate of McKobcrts, druggist, Stanford bles are (resli in tue minus ot ttie news- coroner's jury at Somerset as the mur Lnglcman will please present & VanArsdale. and will make it to the interest of others paper readers and now comes news that derer of Mary Hardwick, vUio was mys- of Samuelproven to us and those indebted to them propeily him to trade with The promptness and certainty of its cures have of the Treasury Foster, for- teriously shot a week ago. Lynch is a will pleaic settle at once. The books and accounts have been transferred to me and I will made Chamberlain's Cough Remedy famous. It inc. KNiiLEMAN', Shelby Uly. O. It. Is intended especially lor coughs, colds, croup merly known as "Calico Charley," tins railroad section boss and the woman was continue the latter with all who desire. B.W.GIVENS. Hubble, and whooping coughs, and is the moil Admmiitrator remedy known (cr these diseases. Mr C. II Main, "busted" wide open. His failure is said of bad reputation. tfClothing, Hoots and Shoes will be sold regardless of cost to close ol Uulon City, I'a , says "I have a great sale on to have been caused by losses on specuThe Jessamine Journal says tho two Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. warrant every out stock. bottle and have never heard ol one failing to sjive lations of various kinds, in which be distilleries of E. J. Curley & Co. have entire satisfaction ' 50 cent bottles fur sale by dropped nearly a million dollars. A bank shut down, after making 17,000 barrels 1VEE. W.I! McKobertt, Druggist, Stanford. at Fostoria and several stock compa- of whisky this season. There are now in their warehouses 00,000 barrels of nies are carried down by the crash. Having purrhated the whisky valued at $3,500,000. FOR The Now York World has a The lOOdth anniversary of the layWben Haby wa slclc, yea gnv hor CtorK picture of ing of the corner-stonof the National When ha watt n Child, kh cried for CaMorU. capitol in Washington will be celebrated Of J. W. Ramsey, lam Increasing the stock ai When oho De De La September 18. Jliaa, oho clung- to Cantori. The building has be- fait at possible and will hoon have it When ahr hud Children, she ge vet hem CanttirlA. Fiete, etc., which shows that the "Infan- come respectable in its venerablenes. Par- ta" is a handsome woman, as she has In some respects it is the noblest of its proved herself to be a sensible one, not- kind in tho world. Call at my More on Lancaster street and I will withstanding her outlandish and unproJames McMullen. of Cincinnati. make it to jour interest to trade with me nounceable name. Uucklln'a Arnica Salvo. tasted some "Ratricidb" he had bought The best salve tor the W.C. HUTCHINCS. tores, ulcers, salt Inrheum, world sores, cuts, bruntsd fever tetter, chap-PGov. Altobld, of Illinois, Bent bis to rid his house of rodents, to see if it hands, chilblains, corns and all skin crup r message of welcome to Gov. Brown by was tho pure BtuiT. He ate a hearty lions and positively cures piles, or no pay requirand while smoking his pipe a few JAMES VKAGER. ed. It is guaranteed to givi perfect satitiactics THOMAS YEAOER relays of bicycles. The distance from I'rice 3$ centt per boa or money refunded. minutes after, he fell over dead. The For tale by A R. I'ennv, Stantord, Ky. Springfield to Frankfort is 381 miles and & it was carried in about .'SO hours, thus poison must have been genuine. La Orlppo. The house of Christian Habagoz, at demonstrating the superiority of this Duma' the prevalenct of the (nppe the past Roanoke, Ind., was found to be ou fire. mode of carrying messages over the horse seasons it wat a noticeable fact that those who de SALE STABLE, FEED Discovery noioiity pended upon m. King's . courier system that has prevailed in the The neighbors forced an entrance and e had a speedy recovery, but escaped all the Orders for Ilrcad by Mail or Telegraph Promptly Attended to discovered the body of Mrs. Habagoz effects ol tho malady This remedy alter army. STANFORD, KY. seems to have a peculiar power in (.fleeting rapid with her throat cut. Her husband's R. ZIMMICR, Stanford, Ky. cures, not only in crmm ol La Grippe but in all We TnitKK negrojboys were huug at Tuck-ago- corpse was found in in the garret, and it Block are In our new stable in the Orera Houit, diseauiofthf Throat, Chest ard Lungs and has and are well supplied with cured cases ol Asthma and Hay r ever of long Ala., Friday, for criminal assault is believed he killed her niid then comstanding Try it and be convinced. It wont disappoint. Free trial bottles at A, R Penny's drug on a white lady, the first legal hanging mitted suicide. NEW RIGS AND HORSES store Reports returned by 101 counties in for such olTeuso ever in the State. Mobs nothing but Have been purchased Strength and Health. usually dibpose of such cattle without this State Bhow that 157,(K)!),939 pounds tirnouts will leave the and stable. If nil are not feeling strong and healthy try of the slow machinery of tobacco were grown by them last year, the intervention Klcctr'c llittirs. If La C.rinne has left you weak Give an increase of S,5S5,S51 over tho of the luw. und weary, ue Klectric Hitters 'I his remedy K nets directly on the Liter, Stomach and Kidneys, LSI- ( i season's crop. Tho 18 counties gently Hiding those nn;ant to perform their funcSecketauy Hoke Smith has rendered which have not reported, it is thought, you are afflicted with Siuk Headache tions. If you will find speedy rfiul permanent relief by taka decision which limits pensions to disa- will bring up the aggregate to 191,021,-23ing Klectric Hitters. One trial will convince you that this is the remedy von notsl Large Ixittles bilities preventing the applicant from pounds, against 183,033,432 for 1S9I. only joe ut A. It. l'cnny's drug store manual labor. It is thought that this Tho late A. V. DuPont left no will will reduce payments fully $20,000,000, and tho great fortune of Louisville's T. We will offer for gale to the highest bidder on and the good Lord knows they need re- magnate will be distributed under the II. WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, duction. law. This gives a black eye to the 1893, the following property, located at that he had & CumWE HAVE TOR SALE Turks seems some doubt yet that Mr. worth $400,000, to willed Central Park, Corbui, Ky Junction of the Ktmsville .V Narh. berland alley Divliiou of the Louisville tho city, bequeathed t'iVrl C. H. Rodes will get tho collectorship, ville Railroad. A $25,000 to the but we have dollars to wager against and $75,000 forChildren's Free Hospital THREE-STORFRAME HOTEL an endowment fund to doughnuts that he will fill t'ie position, i he simplest binder made. the Normal Training High School. With :o lied Rooms, Tailor, Office, Dining Room, notwithstanding he is opposed by both Has the best R, W. Kirkham, a brigadier I'antry Coal and Iaundry Hou-Gen. any small house in Etstern Ky. Senators. general in the last war, with an honora- reputation cf ble record also as a Mexican soldier, Terms Almost Suit NEWSY NOTES. Or binder. Deering Mower and Deering Binder Twine. died at Oakland, Cal , leaving an estate Call on us for a beautifully illustrated catalogue, "Triumphs fronting on Florence Avenue bix vacant lots Dr. Griffin, stepfather of Mary An- valued at $2,000,000. While in Mexico of the hotel and in the most central and ajoinitiK 19th Century, describing Chicago, the World's Fair, and the bier derson Xevarro, died in London, aged in 1847 he was one of a party of (J Amer- part of town the Houses and Lots fronting on Four $14 per and London Ave. in good Deering works; also a lot of neat memorandum books. It will be 02. ican officers and one Englishman who month; J4 of an acre shape each rent fcr Inclosed with house. to the interest of every farmer who needs machines to sec us before buy . Sympathy comes from overy side to ascended to the summit of Popocatepetl. with new painted picket fencing. If you want now ta your Carriage Painter and Trimmer, own jjood property at ing elsewhere. We will always be found at the office of the Stanford Foster, who has just made an Tho original number that set out to ac chance Husineaa jour us to a price foreign State and calls All kinds of vehicles painted trimmed ami re we can not leave the property behind. Roller Mills. assignment, but his friends are not rush- complish the task was 100. The mounstyle. I'lain and ornamental paired in All communications promptly answered Signs Satisfaction guaranteed in both workmanCOllllIN IIOTIX, ing to his support as did Gov. McKin tain had never been ascended since 1519, A.S. Rider, Pror., Corbiu, Ky. ship and price. Shop on main street, over Wm. ley's friends. when Cortez reached the top. Itaugherty'a blacksmith shop, Stanford, Ky. W. H. HAYS, Assistant. Semi-Week- ly Ioterior Journal W. F. Bargains : In : dotting. EIGHT : PAGES law-makin- g anti-strlk- o Bargains in Carpets, &c. anti-strik- o Bargains In Shoes. GOODS. Srt y BAGAINSJH HATS. INWHITE BARGAINS IjY EVERY THING AT s BARGAINS ex.-Go- XiOXTisinnuuB stop-overs STORE I Have Purchased of W. H. Higgins. ' ABtop-over- two-head- ed er ad-dre- GROCERY I e 1 HARDWARE MTS XTOTICE. Kcm-ed- y nmrn ., U MMVMM, W ! 1 COME to SEE : half-pag- e e Grocery Business U-c- - Fancy BroenigBnad, Cakes, Pics Candies, Lunches.Frvits, &c., Complete in Every ticular. din-ne- CALL ON R. ZIMMER, THE BAKER. Ad-(,rcs- YEAGER YEAGER, Umi m A Good Meal for 25 Cts. troub-leiom- o, first-cla- is prt-vio- us tliem a Call. wgrf?s sirsJ 3 2LT ATJCTIOIT. JOHN DcNARDI, re-po- rt The Deering improved Y Steel Binders, e to Purchaser. the The Pony Deering Binder. two-hors- e Ex-Go- Ad-dro- ii, firsl-claa- s -- aa-t- .BATTGHSiaKr, AGENT. s ., " - .,' - I ' Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal Plants bage. N'kw von 8alk. Tomatoes and cab 0. J. Nowland. Tuck and Kentucky Stato Souvettir Hail. Hustonville had a Bovcro bail Spoons at Danks', tho Jeweler. storm Friday aftnrnoon. Stanford, Ky., IS AUy 30, 1893 bons, etc. Soveranco cwAkTON, PERSONAL bui. Manager POINTS. M. F. Ei.kin was in Loulaylllo last week. Gkoikik W. Drown, of Rockcastle, was in town yesterday. Mim Mibs MaooikTuckkh, of Mnywood, is MIshch .vlaitinR tho I'hllipt. Nkttik Wbay wont to Loulsvlllo ' yesterday to spend n day or two. Thomas Hiikwkii, of Cincinnati, is now boss of tho electric wires here. 1UMK I'bvton hai returned from a visit to relatives nt HuHtonvilln. Master Hoiikiit Hahdi.no Watekb is spending a week with his uncle in Hoyle. JuikikW. E. Vahnon and J. A. Mudd left on yeBtonlay's early trnln for Louisville. V. II. Hiouinh, of Someraet, spent a few days with his relatives nud friends here. Rev. B. O. Sizkmokk, of Louisville, has heon tho guest of his son, Rev. A. V. Sizemoro. Mb. J. 8. Owblky, commonwealth's at torney, went to Frankfort yesterday on lejrtl business. Dr. 8. G. Dick and Mr. Cms Hofmann, of tho Crab Orchard Keely Cure, were, hero yesterday. Miss Saluk Oartkh went up to Jelli-c- o yesterday to visit her nieces, Misses Leila and Susie Carter. Cou anii Mns. T. I. Him. went to libation Saturday to visit their daughter, Mrs. Benedict Spalding. Middlbtom, of Ubanon, and Mrs. James Smith, of Calvary, urn viaitins Mrs. James xv. Miss Kate Cooii, of Hustonville, has been the guest of her sisters, Mrs. G. It. Cooper and Mrs. K, C. Walton. Mil. M. K. Lonn, oftlm auditor's oflico of the L. & JJ., was up from Louisville Sunday to seu his wife and child. Mk. Louis Phio nnd daughter, Miss Mainl, of Kansas City, nro Ktieata of ttictr relative, Mrs. Joseph Colfey. Cait. K.T. Lillahii lias resigned at deputy V. 8. marshal, owing to bad health and Urge private busluess interests. Mn. Thomas McRoiikrts, of Danville, was up yesterday to see ills brother, Mr. J. M. McUoberts, Sr who continues vary sick. Mrs. I'iukub Ksocii, of Somerset, Mrs of Louisville, and Miss Ora Siie Knocli, of Hustonville, are all guests of Mrs. Ed Carter. Mk. Tom YKAcixn received word Sun-dithat his father, Mr. Lee T. Wager, of Boyle, whh very III, having bad a n vere betnorrhngt. Mkh-Jamiw To day and to morrow the C. & 0. will "Fair, slightly warmer," was Brother sell tickets to Richmond, Va.,and return Harrington's prediction yesterday. for $15 on account of tho The best gents' patent leather bIioch ofJetlerson Davis' rnmnini in HollyBoth tho public school and tho Acadever brought to Stanford, nt Hughes & wood Cemetery. G. W. Barney, D. P. emy on tho hill will close Saturday, Tate's. Juno 10th. A., J. G. Cramer, C. T. A., Lexington. Special occasions require extraordinary efforts. With this in view Rkmemiieii that the fair date has been Five different sizes Leonard ico chests. John Baker, who has been running a changed to Thursday nnd Friday, July Will save you 200 per cent, of your ice we arc determined to make this crap game nt Moreland for quito awhile 27th and l!8th. bill. W. II. Wearen & Co. was arrested Saturday by Marshal Devers, When at Junction City don't fail to of Hustonville. Deputv Sam Menefce The young people were preparing to stop at tho McCollutn Hotel. It is tho went after him nnd placed him in jail "storm" Miss Glenn Bibb last night, but best plnco for tho price in tho coun- Sunday. His trial will not come off till for goodness sake don"t Bay we told you. Memorable. Foreign war ships and naval pyrolccnics do not alarm circuit court. mm try. us, but give us courage to still charge the enemy of competition and O.v account of Decoration Day tho post Goocii & Goocu, of Somerset, have as- oflico will be Rats. W. II. Wearen Co. caught H3 open from 8:30 to 10 we shall continue to charge until he is driven from his entrenchments. rats in one trap within 22 hours, nud it signed, with liabilities of only $2,355 and a. m. and from 2 to 3 i m. Mails will be Our low prices increases our was not a good day for rat catching ei- nominal nssets of $5,000. Close times dispatched as usual, however. and bad collections caused tho trouble. ther. i Ono of the firm, Hon. Ezra S. Good), PiCTUitfs, Pictures Tho Rowland Hot and cold baths day or night at formerly represented this county in the Gallery is in motion and playing a land Je.8o Thompson's shop. When you want Legislature. IL M. Goocii, tho other office business. Come one, como all. Day after day and our cash books show the stuff td buy the sinews of to feel refreshed and better in every way member of tho (Inn, is also from this Satisfaction guaranteed. Frank Cor-di- war Good Goods at Low Prices. If our customers will ' go and take one. county. ribfc plain and dotted Swisses, Son. m 3 The Yearof Jubilee COLUMBIAN : m YEAR m t to-da- 1 Army of Customers er. m 9 m W y Mim Katk Iniikam, of Ijimvster, spuntudny or two with Mrs. V. O. HutcUlutjs ami both went to Danville Saturday to visit relstlvts Mrs. K. 0. Walton, with little Lucy Lee, leave to day for Virginia to visit , . nughan, Mrs. L her and will be gone several weeks. Mns. Ciaka Hki.m Gano and children, of Dallas, Texas, and Miss Mattio who h.n been visiting iter and friends in Missouri arrived Saturday. Mns. J.J. McUoiikhts went to Lexington yesterday to see her daughter, Miss Dollie, and be preseut at the commencement exerciies of Hamilton College. The editor went to Louisville yesterday to meet tho press gang, but the trip to Chicago seems to bo too rich for his blood, as ho said he wasn't going to take sister-in-lawKoch-ester, it. Mrs. K. A.Tvrke has returned from a protracted and delightful visit to her daughter, Mrs. Mrs. J. M. Hruce, at Glasgow, and her son, Manley, and other relatives at Kusscllvillo. Staniorij has been harboring a poet unawares. It is no less a personage than Mr. W. 1. Shanks, whoso latest effort, which is n creditablo one, appears in tho current Usui) of tho Richmond Register. Mn. A. T. Xi'NNKt.i.KY, who has. been hero buying wool for a couple of mouths, loft Sunday morning for IMiisville, whero after spending a few tlays packing his sample trunks, ho will leave for bis territory in the Lone Star State, 1 CITY AND vicJNITYr Stanpoui) Goid Band Concert Juno N'kw Hweet U and sour pickles at A. A. Warren's. This is decoration day and n National holiday. m SruuMNO silver novelties ut Danks', $1 the jeweler. Si v tine photographs for Karp's. Give him a rail. at A. J. You can get a handsome picturo framo at Earp's Gallery at a low price. Some nice buildiug lota for sale. to suit purchaser. J. C. McClary. i - Sizes Al- You Bbould see our new Point do pine and Point de Breegea laces. Severance & Son. Mibu the Stanford Gold Band Concert and half your life is Rono. Attend and you'll be made supremely happy. My ice cream parlor is now open and the public can be served at any hour. I will also supply families with ice cream by the quantity. R. Zimmer. Tin; young ladies bavo already sold a large number of tickets to the Stanford Gold Band Concert at Walton's Opera enterHouse, Friday, June 2. A tainment will bo given and as the proceeds aro to bo used in purchasing hand-som- e The death of Judge James B. McFur-rauniforms for tho band, our citizens of Boyle, which occurred Friday in Bbould and will extend a liberal patronLouisville, where he went for treatment, age. Securo your tickets early and ayoid created surprise and deep regret among the rush. m our citizens, who held him in high esOur former compositor, Mr. Georgo C. teem. Keller, Jr., who is now in the poultry Tiikke will be n reunion of the old business, is getting up a reputation as a Mexican soldiers in Stanford Juno 15th, surgeon. Ho had a thoroughbred chickand Capt. Jack Bosley asks us to extend en sick the other day and witli his knife an invitation to every veteran in the began to cut on him. In his crop he State to attend. He also nsks that the found two large bugs, a gold dollar and newspapers give notice of the reunion. a marble. He removed them, sewed the crop up and tho patient is now apSrni.NO takes her departure parently as well as it ever was. that is to say springtime has come and gone, but if spring has tarried "in our The commencement exercises of Stanmidst" more than a couplonf days at a time ford Female College will begin noxt Sunour weather observer lias failed to record day with n sermon at the Christian it. Get tlieo gone, thou misnamed spring. church by Rev. W. E. Arnold, of the May we never look upon thy like again. Methodist church. The concert will occur the Thursday night following nnd The Corbin Hotel, at tliu junction of tho final exercises tho next night, FrithuKnoxville and Cumberland Valley day. As heretofore announced, there Divisions of tho L. A N., will bo sold nt will be three graduates: Misses Laura 31st, includpublic auction es furniture. This is n very desirable McAnally, Jennie Summers and Sue Baughman. property and will no doubt bo much Our kids did 119 we predicted. They sought after. Sen notice in another colwiped up tho earth with the Lancaster umn. first niuu Friday afternoon, tho ecoro Tu k members of tho M. P. C. Society standing 28 to 21. Our boys sav they will give a social for the benefit of Bro, had great odds against them, as the umBarnes at Judge San ley's residence, on pire gave them little or no show and Thursday ovening, Juno 1st. Refresh- they were never given tho bonefit of a ments will be served in the yard, which doubt. The Lancaster boys are much will Ix) lighted and furnished with seats. larger than our "kids," but not equal to Ice cream, strawberries and cake for 25c. the occasion when thev cross bats with Everybody is cordially invited to come them. Tho battery for tho Stanford boys and spend a pleas.int evening in a good was Sibold and Sibold. Rowan Sauflcy cause. pitched a few innings, however. is getting giddy and for the Stanford The Masonic Lodge here is in a flournext two or three weeks she'll have all ishing condition and hardly a night passthe amusements sIih can stand. Tho es that one or more members are not en Bind Concert, Rentz's Circus, tho Col- rolled. On Saturday night the Royal lege concert, tho commencement, a meet- Chapter degree was conferred on Messrs. ing of the Glee Cluo, the declamotorv A. J. Pike aud Til ford Gilpen, of Brod-heacontest, a hop, aud so on, go to make up a and J. H. Hilton, of Rowland. A round of gayety seldom known in the large number of the members were presstaid old town, which seems to be tak ent nnd the work was done with much ing on a new lease of life in every way. impressiveness and satisfaction. After Jink Seventh. Prof, and Mrs. M. G. the lodo closed a grand banquet was Thomson, of Christian College, were enjoyed at tho Carpenter House, when here Friday arranging for tho printing of tho following invited guests were prea-en- t: A. R. Penny and wife, L. B. Cook their commencement and other programs. The commencement will occur and wife, J. V. Flowers and wife, C. J. June 7th and there will be three gradu- Thompson aud wife, R. L. Martin and ates, Mioses Emma Pruitt, Anna John- wife, Sherman Napier and wife, T. W. ston and Bertie Enoch, the latter the Hamilton and wife, W. R. Holly and valedictorian. After tho exercises a sup- wife, T. W. Geer and wife, S. M, OwenB per will be given for the benefit of the and wife, D. W. Vandeveer and daughlibrary, to which n small admission will ters, Capt. Bibb and daughter, A. A. McKinney and Mrs. Courts, Mrs. T. B. be charged. Meals, Miss Lizzie Montgomery, J. W. Mit. D. S Johnson, of the West End, Carrier and wife, John M. Hail, Robert has a couplo of horses on his place that McPherson, G. L. Penny, David G. D. Hopper, W. R. Carson, B. G. are indeed old resldenters. One is 32 old and he was used by Mr. Alford, H. J. Darst, W. T. Hall, Rev. A. years JohtiBon in his courting days and after- V. Sizemore, E. North, B. Smith, F. M ward for Ids children to ride to school, Ware, James Milburn, Tilman Gilpen, and tho other, which lias just passed tho Rev. A. J. Pike, J. II. Hilton, C. J. oOth mile post, has been a work horse all of his life. Mr. Johnson put in :() acres The rain poured down Friday night, of corn with him this year and the old but that did not prevent the e fellow is hh spry and us active us a from being comfortably filled year old. with people, who never tire of listening is coming and tho pmnll to the sweet gospel that the Rev. Geo. The circus boy is happy. A good many old heads 0. Barnes propounds so convincingly if is are glad too that they will bavu tho op- and so eloquently. It doubtful man in this section could havo portunity of setting aside business aud on such a night. a for a few hours enjoy the sights that will drawn such crowd Taking the 5th chapter of Genesis, which fc Co.'s canvas on be seen undor Rentz Saturday next. Of course there are those gives the genealogy, age and death of nud who under tho weight of years have for patriarchs from Adam to Noah, which to tho average reader is as dull as gotten frivolity nnd can see nothing but as dry as a the useless expenditure of timo and n last year's almanac nud powder-housho preached a powerful money in going to a show, hut this should not keep tho little follows away. 6ermon to show that having borne tho It is an innocent pleasure and ono not imago of tho earthy, we shall also bear frequently had here. Tho young ones imago of tho heavenly predestiued to have set their hearts on going aud don't bo conformed to tho imago of! His Sou. disappoint them by keeping them away. Among the songs sung by Mieses Marie and Georgio during that service were Mr. M. F. North, who has been fro "Jesus Lover of my Soul" and "1 Shall quently spoken of as a candidate for tho be Satisfied," and they were givon in Legislature, announces himself for the such a sweet and touching manner that ollice, subject, of course, to tho action the audience seemed to partako of the of tho democracy, for he is a democrat of spirit of the words and music and to be the purest ray serene. He is also a clev- carried away with tho almost unearthly er and accomplished gentleman, who tenderness of tho melody. The rain tf would maku us an admirable represent- Sunday night interferrd but little with ative. That he means business is shown the crowd, which has steadily increased iu the fact that ho has arranged a long from tho first servico. It will create genlist of appointments for speaking, begin- uine regret when it is known Bro. Barnes ning with Stanford, June the 5th, at 1:30 will likely preach his lost sermon here Wednesday, night. Ho will i. m. An invitation to his opponent, Harvey Helm, is extendod for a di- remain over to the "sociable" to be givMr. vision of time and the welkin will no en in his honor and for his bonefit by doubt ring with oratory for the next the young ladies aud will then likely go to Lebanon and hold a meeting. month or two. Our good democratic friend, Mr. Geo. T. Farris, now of Lancaster, but formerly of Laurel, is spoken of as a probable applicant for the post otllco in Lancaster. tip-top n, Geo. C. Kblleu brought us in some cherries from Pink Cottago yesterday, ono of the largest measuring 3 inches in circumference. They are of the Gov. Wood variety. STAND TO THEIR GUNS The victory is ours and the benefit of good goods at low prices is theirs. Let us all With the the honorable exception of : : ; our Crab Orchard correspondent, we were forgotten yesterday. May the good Lord forgive them and make them more Of Home Rule, Good Goods and Low Prices for Cash. Wc are working out the results grandly. Come and help us. thoughtful in the future is our earnest RALLY TO THE STANDARD prayer. of weary waiting, wo are to have a circus. Rent & Co.'s United Monster Railroad Shews will At last, after two years HUGHES & TATE. spread its tents hgre next Saturday, June 3. Read tho notice in this paper and goandcum. two-colu- SEASONABLE GOODS. WALL PAPER & ALABASTINE New stock, styles and shades. m of tho directory held Saturday afternoon a committee was ap- At a meeting pointed to contract for water to be run from tho water works to Buffalo Spring Cemetery. It is in the descretion of tho committee as to the number ol hydrants. Wiiilk a shoe drummer had his sam- ples spread in tho sample-rooof the Myers House, a sneak thief entered and took four of iiia best samples. As a shoe man carries but one ahoe for each sample the men of this vicinity will bo closely watched. one-legge- Carriage and Decorative Faints for Buggies and Household use. Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, Landreth's Garden Seed at f Rkv. Geo. 0 Baknks tells tho following fish story, which takes the cake so far as heard this spring: While seining at Sanibcl Island, a party of fishermen caughtJit one drng 1,070 fish, weighing lJto3 pounds each. Frequently fish weighing 150 pounds aro caught with hook nnd lino. W, B. B. KING. Bo New Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. M(cM.BimTO9 GEORGE B. PREWITT. 'i M KING & PREWITT. MORELAND, KY., We have opened up a nice line ol m m Ou excellent tonsorial artist, Jesse Thompson, is much grieved over tho loss of a sweet singing mocking bird Ho had just bought it on Saturday and ttiat night the boy who cleans up the shop We paid spot cash for these goods bought them where wc could get carelessly left the cage containing it on a the most for the least money. I Iardware was bought in car load lots, chair and during the night theats kill- which enables us to make very low prices. JJases of steel nails $2 per ed it. Tho bird cost Jesse in a trade keg, do. wire nails S2.30, coal oil 10c per gal. with all other goods in about 12. proportion. Dry Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Clothing' Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, A nisi'ATCH to the Enquirer from Lou- isville states that Charles lugcrsoll Maury, who committed suicide by drowning in tho Ohio River, left in his will $3,000 to Miss Lillie, the handsome daughter of Mr. Geo. Lindenberger, of Louisville. Mies Lindenberger has frequently visited here and by marriage is related to Mr. James P. Bailey, Mrs. G. B. Cooper and others. NEW ADVRRTISKMENTM. Terms cash or country produce. money Give us a call. We will save you tOTWe are opening up a splendid line of Millinery. ZXXTG & PBEWITT. (JO rn M. 1 F. NORTH, de- 1 a Lincoln county ; subject to Domination by the mocracy. candidits for member of the Legislature from mn Bur-geB- s, HARVEY HELM next LcitlAtuit--, lubject to the action ot the mocracy de- p Em-ric- NOTICE. e - .1- - .. LL.1.1 Janie Wain Institute, of Muldlebur;, Ky , that tho annual. election for Truitecs for the Institution . .. f . .. -- r.t-.- i 111 1111 int. ...I.II11J me inree retiring i u.tl Us, liM at h li lti.tiif.. i...:iim.. ... ruiecst fl.ll.. the firt Saturday in June, Wcon June 3 between the houri of and 6 o'clock p, m A full attendance ii declrcd .M. WARl, Cbairaian. M W.JONES, Sec'y. V,.....- - 1. W....1... ..... .. .... Court-Hous- 'A 1 l. SeveranCe & Son an-oth- & m R -- co a Ul GO TO . n The Cash Bargain Store For goods at low prices. Our stock of S. cV Clothing, Dry Goods, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings, Millinery, Notions and Shoes is complete. an elegant line of Ladies' and Misses' We have just received " o Which will be sold at the lowest cash prices. Country produce taken in exchange for goods. B. F. JONES & SON. i HI r Interior Journal AT ONLY BIG ANIMAL SHOW COMING THIS YEAR. , THE P. 0. MILLINERY. Call at the post-offic- Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., Prosidont. i Published Every Tuesday and Friday en e room and see tho $2 PRXt. ViCA.lt IX ADVANCE The Land of the Mahdi and the Distant Soudan send their Rcprcsen will be charged.- not o paid $2.60 Largest and Best Selected Spring Session Tuesday, Stock Of Millinery in town. bound to please you, 10 January 4tli, 1893. tatives to the The goods and prices arc t K.C. at 5:10 p. m. LOCAL TIME CARD. 7:00 a Train naves Kowund at m., returning LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. la -- Rentz&Co.'s MRS. I. T. COURTS. Full corps of Conservatory and Nornul School teachers. Superior cotmea in Literature, Music and . An. Excellent bonnllng department Catalogue and circulars furnished on application. .NEW LINE OK MEN'S AND BOY'S Mil- Spring; and Summer linery Malt train going North ' South...... Express train " South rn .t North.. Lscal Freight North..... The The tme it about 10 minutes faster. - 33am ....... ..703 era Souths. passengers. ...3Ptt Tatter train alo carry above it calculated on standard time. Solar QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. ... pm 113 pm 7 Just received and ready 11 Jt pa for inspection. Call and ee it MISS LICCIE IlEAZLKY'Sj SUnfcrd,kT CLOTHINGS New Stock, New Styles, H. J. McROBERTS. JUST IN MILLINERY. ol Millinery which I will sell for a I hive returned Irom the cities with a nice 'line small profit. (iocili Icltover. aslresn as tnli season a gooas, I torn last season, i m sen ai No. No. t, Limited, P " No. J, Special, arrives S 40 p. " , Q. &C. Special, 11:17 a. m.; No. 7, Fast Mali, ar. rives 11:43 P m leaves 12:43 P rn a, Q.St C. Special, 3:10 p.'.m.; rn No. 4 Ie.tves.at 6 a. m ; No. 6, Limited, 3:15 No. 8, Etprosi, arrives 1:31 p. m., leaves 1:31 p. m. South. bound Blue-Gra- ss North-bound-N- Trains pvs Junction City as follows: ta:j COST FOR CASH ONLY. The reason I do this is to reduce mv stockof goods so 1 will bo aale to wll out my business at the first opportunity. rj I invite maladies to call ami examine my gojds i 4IV3 solicit a snare 01 ineir age, llltUCE, patron-MRS.I.- Manford, Ky. BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, TEX BEST MADS. flKaKaMKaKaHxaKa?il-:fe'4AaWwM.rvt""Ksl- ! WBej"WBPBHBaMBBfcMIwi jaae eKBelBwatihtfH ia h n mi ia' aitViivwHeyrP J. II. BAUGHftlAN, FIRE AND STORM United Monster Railroad Shows Mscirfefy INSURANCE AGENT .Representing.. WATER : COOLERS, ' OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Every thing in the grocery line Pure der. Higest of all in leavening Latest United States strength. Government lood Report. A cream of tarter baking pow- Museum, Menagerie, Wild West Hippodrome A Most Magificcnt Collection of Wild Beasts. CIRCUS, Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Manchester, of Manchester, Eng.; Call and sec them before buying, for sale cheap. Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; Ins. Co. of NorthJAmcrica. fcies promptly does, wind storms and lightning. Lightning claus esattached without additional charge Office at first National Bank, Stanford. be pleased to wait o All of which are first-cla- ss irar Irlendsln this line. Fol. issued, will Insure against torna- Companies. I wool, A. C. SINK FARRIS & HARDIN. J. N.MENXrBK royal:baking powder 106 Wall co., 8t New York. A. S. PRICE. SURGEON DENTIST. Office over McRoberts 100 new Star Artists 100 Commercial Firat-CU- as Owsley Building. Drug Store inthe "Stanford. C. B. POWELL, . s Gathered from the principal American and European Circuses and forming the Grandest Array of Artistic Talent ever presented to the American public. A Show of New and Original Acts and Features. Many of the great acts with this great Show are now seen for the first time in America W MeKINNEY, KY & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors The of Hotel, Stanford Lumber Yard, Hotel at Mc- - si I have boucht above mentioned Kinney and have attached a S&r and Pool Boom. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. Our facilities for giving the greatest values lor the least outlay, arc Have repaired and rcfuriilthcd the Hotel and am better than ever LOGAN AVENUE, Always'sells goods lower than anyone else in town. New stock of Fruits every Friday. aiaiuoru, ;,. First-Cla- -- .j, a iH 0 'Hit m,ME)CN(JWN.T3i txT,!HJM. H3 Prepared to Accommodate the unsurpassed. Public. JOE CARSON, Manager. Hpecial attention to Commercial Men. I W GREEN. Proprietor. W Carry m, Tull Iino of Builders' Supplies. THE BEST PLACE TO BUY c$ Dairy, Irom which I can supply any quantity ol ersey milk to tho people of btantord and Row-anat the following prices, delivered : so cents Fresh Milk, per gallon 10 cents Skimmed Milk, por gallon 8 cents Butter Milk, per gallon make two trips dally. The patronage ol the Iwill G. A. PKVTON, public is solicited. Stanford, Ky yr. 91-- 1 d I will open on January 16th, 1893, a ss L,bp 03 p c'Uill J""" ji HimSkf rs..isw Zm iAWfiii, i.BLV.a km' l a - i a O r Falls Branch Jellico Goal Co., J Miners and shippers of the GENUIKK mm Original JclHco Coal. Trr it. We are the sole agents tor Stanford and Rowland. Office corner ol Depot street and Mil- road crossing. HIOGINS A WATTS. 6 r PO o Wall A. t Paper ! v, XTOTICE I All new stock and latest designs. Notice to the Traveling Public. 1 have had. THE SIIEITON HOUSE At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and have in connection with Hotel one of the best saloons in the State, open day and night; a night man meets all trains. In connection with House have also one of the btst Mineral wells in the Mati and for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs G. W. Patrick. Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Floyd In- irram, Erin, Tenn , A. A. warren, atamora, 111 D. E. Proctor, C H. Hraum. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Johnson, New Haven, Hm Cox, Greensburt;. Rates $J pel day. J. M. f'etrey. clerk. Give me a call, J. W. CARRIER. Prop. csoiy o YH We will Deliver ICE Every Morn- O o B fed 50 Ibit and Rowland and by $n lbs. joe per d ana 100 lbs jc per no Its. Wc arc very thankful foi patt palronat; and rrsprctlully Will deliver Irom lb up. lUcoiltiaiiance. M RS. JANE HARROW A CO. 15 In Stanl-r1 J". n 8 rH nil c3 R PENNY, HI. KCI LTOIST Bo K0 WJEAlilEM 9 ing at ROWLAND, KV. GROCERIES, Main Street, Stanford, Ky., dealer in HARDWARE, THE 1ULEY -. HOUSE Kentucky. F. B. RILEY, Proprietor. '& -- W r- DEALER IN -l. London, - d o . . II a moved into his tort at the junction of the hUnlordr rab Orchard and " at oil" piles now ttetter than uvcr prepared at Rowland and Is to pleae the trade In both SJ'L'OCJC OJ GOODS, X'ltlCJCri, Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriages, Buck Beards, Spring Wagons, Carts of all styles and grades, Old Hickory Wagons, Imperial Plows, McCormick Harvesting Machines, Tiger Harrows and Hay Rakes, Corn Planters, Corn Drills, Land Rollers, Wheat Drills, Threshing Machines, Engines, Saw Mills, Buggy and Wagon Harness, Saddles, Fields, Baled Hay, &c. prepared than ever to accommodate the public. Good Livery attached and every convenience Give me a call. I have moved to my taew Hotel" and am hotter FRANK R,t,gy. P BANKS THE JEWELER,. Articles "to Suit the Most Fastidious. A complete line of vsjwgsa0'r)..viillll? - "V-- - - " o - Etc. He has recently added greatly to his stock and ha lnt no rent tit par and no loss by bad debts he can sell you goods cheaper than an) body. Call r and get his prices befrre buying B ITew. ALL FIRST-CLAS- Millinery. re- THE GREAT WONDER of THE AGE COL. AND MRS. GILBERT, the World's Most Gigantic Couple. My mother, Mrs. Kate Duddcrar, has Just turned Irom the cities with an elegant line.of linery, embracing mil- XTew Bu.toh.sr Shop. We hsve opened a llutcher Shop in the Dr. Hocker house on Depot St., and will keep always on hand DR. W. THE NOVELTIES S PENN7 Dentist. 13. recea Ky Watches, Clocks Mighty Millionaire Menagerie. I M Of the season, of which she willjluve lull control. She also engaged a Office South side Main street, in oflic vacated by Dr. L. K. Huffman, Stanfnr All Kinds of Frosh Moats. Jj;on to Rowland to MARTIN & .10.. DBESS MAZEE. Call and examine my stock of Millinery before buying and leave your order for your dresses. 'I hanking you for past favors we solicit same. iJ MARY DAVIS DUDDERAR. We will alio run a iWivery serve the pcvple their. The People ot Stanford AND LINCOLN COUNTY. 1 hanking you lor your liberal ratronace for Ice last seaton , I respectfully request its continuance during the coming season Indeed I expect all to use the CRAIG. Notice to Stockholders. Jewelry Kin lassssKV VrMDvflUslssssssssssssssssssssssssssssl AndlSILA ERW A RE. Complicated Watch Repairs and Artistic Engraving a Specialty. All good ol(- - CRAB ORCHARD engraved tree of charge. IT Your patronage respecttully solicited. SPRINGS. THE 60FFEY HOUSE '" JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. Soalin; Waters and Bsstful Sur Thh famed Summer Heiort, with ill STANFORD, KY., All persons holding stock in the Hiistonvtlle and Carpenters Creek Turnpike Co. are requested to come before the Hoard of Directors at Hustimvllle on J unci, ibj, produce their certificatca of stock, receive tllwdcuds and new certificates in place of For thco reasons' First, It Is made by a home the old ones. Ily order of the Hoard, Institution. Second, tho Ice is absolutely and ao V. I). WKATHKRFORD. Pre.. chemically pure, belntf made Irotu spring which is rtrst distilled and then carefully filtered before belnK froaen. Ihird, Artificial Ice will last much longer than pond Ice. epidemic or cholera Is looked lor during Fourth, an and noth-n- g the year is so apt lo produce or spread this disease as impure water or Ice. Kiflh.it will be , j MANUFACTURED ICE, ' , John Ii. Cattleman. A. G. Lanhara ' aBssssssssssssvBsW ROYAL Insurance of uvfeBPOot. MANAGERS, m sssssnI'J'ril BSSSSST'P'T I BSSW bbs bsssssssssssssssssssssssss BSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSBL Delivered Regularly and Punctu- " njruui uuurs IffsisssssssssVp sssssYf "ll msisssssssBssssssKsB'l isississssssHisssssssssssl'L VEsKSlHHssif'"- lB-lsisssssssssssssssssssssss- sssssssssssr W roundings, II &HssU UlSlVVHiiissssssssssfiissssssssssssslliissssssi Company, A Perfection Collection Gathered from the Earth's Remote Corners. Cheap Excursions on the Railroads to the Big Show. Heed no false announcements, for this Monster Show never divides and never changes its date. Remember day and date. WSf" Is Now Open for the ception of Guests. Re- Every morning at the following Prices: 1 his Hotel, renovated and refurnished, is now For too pounds or over 40c per hundred. ia my charge and I intend to conduct it so as to oot only maintain ita high reputation, but to add For jo pounds to too 4Jc per hundred. to Its long list ol friends. Special accommodaFor 10 to jo pounds.. -.- ..soc per hundred. tions for commercial travelers and fine roouis.fcr No lets than 10 pounds delivered. the dliploy of samples. E. BREMER. A'.FIrst-Clas- s Health and pleasure seekers will find this Saloon Aad BILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached JOSEPH COFFKY. 37.H DR. JOS. HAAS' BARBEE &CASTLEMAA Commerce Building, Louityille Agents throughout the South. AN ADMIRABLE PLACE To recover their wonted health and energies and at the same time secure quiet, homelike fare at Hog & Poultry Remedy One Ticket admits to All. "9 entirety at Tb FoosVlly. Will positively exhibit in its Reasonable Rates. I'r ce of Board from $7 to Jia per.wcek. Fo further Information apply to GUS HOFMANN, Crab Orchard, Lincoln County, Ky. Used Successfully Fifteen Years. W. JL TSXB1LS. Locil Afent, STANFORD, KY. . Stanford, Saturday, June 3 The finest fruit belt of New Mexico. No fail Wilt arrest disease, prevent! disease, expels ure in crops under irrigation if properly attended worms, stop cough, increase the flesh and haste a to. All fruits grown in California can be grown maturity. Prices; In New Mexico, except oranges and lemons. i. jo, Ji.sj and 50 centa per package: can 111.50. The largest packages are Land from J to Jjo per acre on 10 years' time, at cheapen. For sale by 6 per cent. Call on or address. R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S., A. R. PENNY, Stanford, Ky. 97 ataniora, My,