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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893060601 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. TvsjBW - iTnynijiirti rq'iri&T'..t-- x. Semi-Weekl- y vol. XXI. ORAI ORCHARD. to-da- Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. JUNE 6. 1893. LANCASTER, 6ARRARD COUNTY. y NO. 28 DANVILLE. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. XJ The picnic, which was to bo given Boylo county farmers report that A (ew days go we were invited bjr Mrs. Hiram Shepard was divorced by the Presbyterian Sunday worms resembling cut worms aro ruin- at Brazil, several ladle to go with them to Mr. Ind., and within a few hours Harve Foley's to hear hie niece, Mine school, has been postponed until next i ing the barley. married a boy less than 21, while she -- Mrs. Elizabeth McClane, of Balti- acknowledges to 50. She is rich and he Minnie Wheeler, perform on the violin. Tuesday. Miss Bottie Anderson, a gifted young more, is visiting the family of her broth- is poor. She is only 16 years of age, but I never The first day of June was the day on which we began the listened to Bweeter music than she made artist, has secured a room over Stormes' er, Hubert McGoodwin, on Harrodsburg Miss Marion Phelps, daughter of tho and with as much ease as is exhibited drugstore and fitted it up in elegant Avenue. Hon. William Walter Phelps, of New In the police court Monday morning Jersey, was married to Dr. Yon Rotten-burby sued hands at the business. The best style as a studio. The white barber who came here John Fry and Gen. Cooper were fined part of all was the readiness with which secretary of the German departshe complied with our requests to play to open a shop ami play in the band, $2.40 each for shooting gum slings. Tom ment of the interior at Berlin. The startling statement Is made that or sing. 8 he has only been practicing a failed to make Arrangements to suit him Hoyden f 13 SO for breach of the peace. Rev. J. L. McKee, D. D., preached there aro over 3,000,000 men in the year, took it up by herself and possesses nnd Friday morning folded his tent and OFfor the Baptists Sunday. Kev. J. W. United States who have reached 30 talent rarely seen, which if cultivated lit out of town. Hon. William Barbour Mason alias Lynch, the pastor preached the bacca- years of age and have never married. The would produce excellent results. "Keg" was elected Saturday to the high laureate sermon for Georgetown College The last one of them ought to be bung. Foamusing part cf it all wan Grand-mley's quickstep as she came up to the and responsible position of school trus- samo day. Madam Rumor is again circulating. P. II. Idol has sold bis residence on This time she says that before many door. She danced tho figures of the Iodk tee In this district. It's hard to keep a working man down. Lexington avenue to Monte Fox for moons whx and wane a wealthy young ago. Two young ladies, thoroughly Kev. W. W. Landram, of Virginia, Mr. Fox already has possession and merchant of this place will take unto refrain a with tho music, couldn't wait i, but as neither crossed their feet who participated in tho services of the Mr. Idol and family will have rooms in himself a helpmeet in the person of a we presume the church need not bo no- burisl of Mr. Davis at Richmond, Is a in the Hardiug tints. beautiful young lady who lives out on cousin of Louis Landratn, the father of A. E. Gibbons was elected common the Somerset pike. tified. The low prices at which we propose to sell the above mentioned arschool trustee Saturday without opposiTho Register says that Mr. and Mrs. Memorial Day was duly observed Gen. W. J. Landram. ticles we call moving and you will decide with us when you find how The funeral of Mrs. Bettle Spratt tion. For colored trustee Bozo Kemper Thomas Ellis celebrated the 00th annihere by tho Lieut Severance Post 0. A. seen such a crowd took place at the family residence Fri- and Georgo Bundy were tho opposing versary of their marriage last week. A It., and we have not 'in our little hamlet since the last circus day, conducted by Kev Tercy and Eld. candidates. The friends of the latter number of tho wedding guests of 60 Frank after which the remains were in were so joyous over the election of their years ago were present and an enumerawas here. It is said that 500 participatfavorite that they got out the brass band tion showed that all were alive but tbe ed in the exercises. This is an occasion tnrred in the Lancaster cemetery. The lumber iu the old engine house, nnd had much music. preacher and one other. The old couple We sell these goods. No man in Lincoln county carries as fine goods of deep solemnity, as much so, we think, Tom Ham and Jacob Fry, two count ttieir years at three score. at any funeral can bo, and If such n was sold last week and the old trap will and as elegant styles in Clothing as we. Come at once and secure negro boys, got to scuflling near Rub. Dillion and Miss Maggie, the brotherly feeling had been exercised lie torn away this week. The contract before ISM how different would have for erecting the new building has not the depot Friday evening and before the pretty daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. a bargain. scuflle ended Mr. Ham had stuck a knife Tucker, of the Maywood section, will be been the history of our grand Itcpublic. been let, but will be in a day or so. The Presbyterian church was beau- into Mr. Fry's back. Ham wps arrested married Wednesday at the bride's home We are told one million men laid down their lives In a cause they each consid- tifully decorated with (lowers Sunday and when the trial came up Saturday at 1:30 r. m. After the ceremony and a ered right and just, and it is a touching night for the baccalaureate sermon Fry seemed so anxious to regard the lunch at Mr. Tucker's, the happy couple sight to witness veteraus of each side which was ably and eloquently deliver- transaction as a joke that the court con- will go to Dillion, where the groom is in Cut-Pri- ce uniting to pay their respects to the ash- ed by Kev. Mr. Walker, presiding elder curred in his opinion and dismissed Ham business, and there reside. May love's young dream never know an awakening. from custody. es of those who fell. They are all equal of the Methodist church. On goods in every department will begin this week at The General Assembly of the PresKev. Allen, a Presbyterian minister Rev. Frank E. Cooley, the popular now. At rest, till the final trump shall account to their Maker, and byterian Church at Washington has ter from Chattanooga, addressed the chil young rector of Trinity Episcopal church, call them to it is in the happy month of May, when minated its deliberations, after deposing dren of the Walnut street Methodist and Miss Mar Love, of Louisville, were nature is her fairest, that we twine Bro. Briggs for alleged heretical teach- church Sunday night. Kev. J. L. Allen married in that city Thursday nt St. Anwreaths to show our respect to their ings as a seminary professor. Bro. B. preached for the Christian church Sun- drew's Episcopal church, Kt. Rev. T. U. A nice line of vests will be placed on sale at ioc, worth 15 memories. In our cemetery here in Crab declined to recant and continues to think day morning and night. The same day Dudley pronouncing the ceremony. Mr. and 20c; nicer quality at a little advance. All brands of Calicoes go Orchard is placed a tall marble shaft and as he bos heretofore thought, the G. A. tho pastor, Mr. Kendrick, preached the and Mrs. Cooley left at once for Danville Masonville aud Lonsdale Cottons 8 best 10- -4 Bleached baccalaureate sermon for the female col- where they will for the present have at 5c; in a circle around it are placed the re- to the contrary notwithstanding. Sheeting 22c. We have also received a new lot of Millinery and can We have at last succeeded in getting lege at Hustonvllle. Kev. Mr. Tyler, of rooms with Mr. and Mrs. Dave Dunn. mains of tho unknown Federal dead, open your eyes on prices. Don't fail to get a pair of those sample who fell at Wild Cat Mountain. Misses a ship that can sail (aster than any man Oynthlana, preached the samo day for Advocate. Mr. Cooley has cbaage of the Shoes at cost before it is too late. We will continue to give our cus- -' of war in the world and our happiness Is tho First Presbyterians, iu the absence of mission Alice and Pauline Hardin, Col. Welch, bfr. tomers a handsome Crayon Portrait with every Sio's worth of goods. Dwight Hardin and complete. The New York is one of the Kev. Green. James Gllkerson, CHURCH AFFAIRS. Ask for a card. of our town raised the money for great clvillzers of the century, and if others Tho Norfolk & Western has been The Northern Presbyterian Assemmonument, had the dead pluced in tearing things to pieces is civilization, this temporarily placed In the hands of a re- bly has adjourned, to meet next year at our cemetery ami too much praibo can the great ship will como iu for its share ceiver, pending a suit, but the president Saratoga. of honors should occasion oiler. not be given them. We were told that Tho band will give a strawberry nnd states that the finances of tho company y. u. ausiin: Rev. W. A. Slaymaker preached at D. D. CAMfDELL. neglect this circle of dead soldiers was Mlddleaboro Sunday for Rev. Henry Miland much unpleas-antne- ice cream supper and concert nt the are in good shape. ed by the decorators An Italian banker in Now York told ler, who was called elsewhere. was the result. I asked Mr. Mason Hotel Friday evening. The boys hnve bought a new set of uuiforms the Senatorial committee that is investiA handsome new Baptist church at John Warren about It and ho told mo gating the immigration problem that Harbourvillo will be dedicated June 10. very emphatically that this wa not tho and the proceeds of the entertainment toward paying for them. SIO.COO.OOO was sent to Italy last year by Rev. Green Clay Smith will preach tho & d will he used ciae; that that tho monument was Only 'Jt'i cents admission will bo charged Italians working in this country. sermou. with all klndo of flowers nnd at each Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset St.; wareroom, paint Sam Wileon, tho train robber, who large crowd will attend Rev. McDonald will preach at Mt. headstone was placed a tiny Hag. There and it is hoid a was arrested at Lebanon, Mo., was caught Moriah church Saturday night and Sungive them n lift. and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. was an excellent rprecli by Win. H. and Miss Fannie Collier, of Iou!sville on information furnished by his own day morning next and at the Methodist Hansford, which for sublimity nnd father, who is a respectable man nnd church at Highland on Sunday night. depth of thought excelled anything Mtheytieatof MissMattle Klkin. Mr. Will Duun, of Danville, was over Sun- much cliHgrined over the conduct of his Rev. II. C. Morri60u'a Cynthiana heard lately. The committee extend a We guarantee CSTSigu Work, artistic and plain. meeting drew :3 persons into the fold A specialty. him, the ladies day. Mr. Dick Denny, of Stanford, vis- wnvward boy. their heartfelt thanks to An organized band for tho purpose and a number of them accepted the Mr. George Dunnj's family Sunwork to give satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. who assisted in tho exercises and to the ited of smuggling Chiuese into the United preacher's pet doctrine of sanctilication. baud, whose sweet music added day. Misses Jenkins and Mahati, of CO. CAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky. will visit the Misses Cutrey States has been discovered in Vermont Tho Southern Baptist Theolocical much to tho solemnity of the oocnulon. Danville, Mrs. Uettie Lsudram bus and Quebec. Three Americans, two Seminary at Louisville turned out 150 at the graves this week. Several war rongs weresung TO THE- nnd tho occasion will long bo remember returned from a visit to Richmond. Mr. Chinamen nnd a woman, reedgnized young preachers last week to forage ou M. Logan is here this week. leaders of tho gang, have been nrrested. John chicken and pleat the public's expense. ed by our people. Near Pineville, Saturday, Joe Jones Meters. John Stormes, Dolph Uice nnd Theru is a Christian Endeavor SocieThe best Joo llaselden attended tho concert nt was shot and Instantly killed by Levi ty in almost every community in the A monti tiik Moi'NTAlNfl. Miss Carrio Hoskina, who was slightly wounded by Tinted States and many iu foreign counroute to the Kastern cities Is via Cincin - j Stanford Friday evening We call your attention to the Late Improved natl and tho F. F. V. over tho Chesa- West Iihh returned from Hamilton Col- Jones. Tho shooting was caused by u tries. The constitution is printed in 11 peake & Ohio Itailnav. Tho hcenery lege. Miss Lizzie Simpson has returned quarrel over tho democratic primary, languages and tho membership is inihromth Now Illver ennons and over tho from Lexington. Miss Jennie Pherigo which came very near precipitatiug a creasing at the rate of 1,000 per doy. I 1)1..,. IM.I.... MfMittlalnu in II. .1 .UWllllllUi.n .u Is expected next week from Atlanta. Keneml conflict. Allt'UIIUU) Rev. 2f. A. Peters, of Owinnsvillr, "I"" Sallio Moore and her baby have re created a sensation in Cincinnati by fallwonderfully beautiful and varied. The Mr. George Hardin spent Sunday at F.F. V. runs solid to Now York via home. Miss Grace Hacker is visiting turned to Marion from Pennsylvania ing on the streets as if from a paralytic and shu has brought suit ngaiust Law- stroke. Waalilncton. It is electric lighted and her HMor, Mrs. Joo Carr. An investigation, however, ...... 1. Vn ntliurl l Dr. It. W.rhufelt, one of the fossil rence W. Cruce, a prominent and wealthy showed that tho reverend gentleman .' "" carries a inruiiK'i train in America surpasses it nnd it la hunters, says that the remains of a mas- young farmer of that county, for $10,000 was paralyzed lth "booze." tho only train to tho Kwt with through todon were found in New York LI feet damages for breach of promise nud Rev. James II. Keoo, pastor of a This is the young woman church nt Albany, X. Y., in a sensationdining service. Among tho Vircinia lilgu and -- .) leet long, lriore was n mountains along tho Chesapeake & Ohio beaver 5 feet long; n stag as largo ns the whoso disappearance a few months ago al sermon Sunday renounced the Presaro more than 20 famous summer re- extinct Irish elk; a bison that measured caused such a sensation in her section. byterian faith because of the suspension sorts. A pamphlet issued entitled "Vir- 10 feet between tho tif 3 of its horns nnd of Dr. Uriggs, and called the Geueral To Cincinnati, O. and return, one fare Assembly "bigoted, intolerant nnd re ginia in Black Bnd White," describes great tapirs aud peccaries in the marshy these resorts, and tho Bcenery of tho places. The mastodon ranged all ovtr for the round trip from all points east of actionary." He is indorsed by his contho .Southern portion of tho United tho Mississippi River, via Queen & Cres- gregation. route, and will bo mailed free by Dr. Briggs was suspended from the B. Pope, Western Passenger Stntes as far South as tho Gulf. These cent Route, ou all trains scheduled to E. St. Louis, Mo., or C. B. Ryan, wonderful changes hayo taken place we arrive at Cincinnati June 11th and lL'tli, Presbyteriai ministry, for heresy and Agent, Assistant General Passenger Agent, Cin- know no', when, but Dr. Shu felt says 189::. Meeting of the Mystic Shrine. the General Assembly placed the seal of similar changes are almost imperceptibly Rates open to all. its displeasure upon Lane Seminary for cinnati, O. &taking place now and that under our retaining Rev. Dr. H. P. Smith in cnoujli cKVyotGt Deserving Praise. The cutting It dowu it had down l with tie or very eyes. All the larger mammals, worse. And its faculty, virtually excommunicated dmarr Mill; liul the halng It We desire to say to our citirens, that for yean all the disturbance, there's only a little after birds, reptiles nnd other classes nre (lis selling Dr. King's New Discovery Union Seminary and has adjourned sine u li.neln-good. r"rum bfjinnlne to end. Dr. A, appearing oil' the world's stage. Man is for CoiiMimptlon, Dr. King's New Life Pills, die. arc belter. They're the smallest and llucklcn's Arnica Salve and Electric Hitters, and sranulei llat any to take -- tiny, The Christian church was packed to handled remedies that sell as well or child l ready lor. Then they do their work so said to be the cause of this wonderful have nevergiven We the walls Sunday to hear Rev. W. E. Arsuch universal satisfaction. And would say to you never buy without first examining it. We aseasily and so naturally that It laU. They abso change. How those extraordinary ani- that have do not hesitate 10 guarantee them every time and lutely and permanently cure Constipation, Indimals came to be here unless they were we stand ready to refund the purchase price if nold preach the commencement sermon. sure you that it is the simplest, most durable and the lightest draft Bilious Attacks, Sick and JUIioui rection. satisfactory results do not follow their use. These all derangement- - of tho Liver, stomach is a question not easy of sol- remedies hae won their great popularity purely He took for his text the relative merits machine on the market and less liable to get out of order. Call and and HoweU. They re guaranteed to give satUtac created hero of Mary and Martha and delivered a dis- it. on their merits. A. K. Penny, druggitt. your money is returned. It is represented at Crab Orchard by W. A. Carson, at Stanford tion or ution. course of which any preacher might feel by D. H. Stagg, at McKinney by Alford & McKinney, at Kings-vill- e Thtmakeraof Dr Sage's Catarrh Remedy say: World's Fair Excursions. proud and which is the subject of the mailer your Catarrh, "If we can't euro pay you Jjoo no cash." what by W. L. McCarty and at Hustonville by John Riffe. Now In your case It, we'll highest praise. The C, Ifc & D. will allow you can ace what is aaid of other remedies and de Rev. R. S, Deener, pastor of tho ciJe which U mosl likely to cure you. Costa only at Cincinnati on all tickets reading that When naby was nick, we. gate her CastorK way. On nil regular World's Fair tick 50 cents, Methodist church of Batesville, Ark., t ets from the .South or Southern Ohio When h was a Child, aha cried for Cutorla. Secretary of White River Conference Kept by each agent. Don't fail to see the Buckeye Machines. Dr. M. J. Davis is a prominent physician of and reading via Cincinnati and the O., When the became Mlaa, aha clung to Castori. Cass county, Iowa, ana lias Decn acmtiy Lewis. fc L. to Chicago, a r will be alWhen atae had Children, she grvethem Coatoria. and Grand Prelate of the Arkansas niraBcd In the practice of medicine at thai place II. for the put 3$ year. On the j6lh of May, while lowed within the life of the ticket, and Grand Lodgo of Knights Templars, has : 1,.. Oni..t n mul ia Ch ct-- he was sud Call and see our can secure the stop-ovHaving been confined within the walls of prison denly taken with an alUckoldrarrhcra. depositing the tickets with the sold Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea for forgery. His plan was to put up llcnmly for the past 17 yeari, ami Knowing 11a re- Merchant and Manufacturers' Associaliability, ho procured a 1$ cent bottle, -o jloua of tion at Cincinnati. For rates, folders The most stubborn Skin and Scalp Diseases, the forged notes aa collateral and to give NEW completely cured him The excitement I.11H rndchMB ol water and diet incident to travel- and aud full information regarding the worst lorms of Scrofula, all blood Uinta and poi- mortgages on land he did not own. LHllaB .B.H i should sons of every name and nature, are utterly rooted ing often produce a diarrhoea. Every one leaving world's trip, including special induceThe Young Men's Christian AssocioutbyDr fierce's Golden Medical Disco cry. aWtle of this remedy before Saves time labor and expense Krocure ForaalebyW II. McKoberta, Druggist, ments offered by the citizens of CincinFor every disease caused by a torpid liver or Im- ation was organized in London in 1S44 BiTBaaaVaBaaaraaaalsBBaBaaPBiTrBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal in the Queen City, ad- pure blood, it Is the only remedy so certain and nati for Stanford effective that it can be guaranteed. If it fails to by George Williams, a junior clerk in a dress any C., II. A D. agent, or E.O. money back Buolcltn'a Arnica Salve. Guaranteed to be G. P. aud T. A. World's Fair benefit or cure, you have your Erysipelas. Rolls, large dry goods house. The first associEczema, . .I I. ih world tor CUtt. bruisea Route. 200 W. 4th street, Cincinnati, O. Carbuncles, Tetter, .t. t Enlarged Glands, Tumor and ation in America was established at Monsalt rheum, fever'toree, etter, chap, ores, ulcers, and every kindred ailment, are completely chilblains, corn ana all skin erun treal in 1851, the first in the United and permanently cured by it. SonsandposUWelyeuret pile., or no pay rcquir-- 1 A Million Frlendd. aBfMaaaPsaaar aClWl States at Boston, a few months later and Itl.SuaVanteedto am. perfect satisfaction aT.aPBfeB T W1 W A friend lo need is a friend indeed, and not less Arc you insured? If not, now is the tlma to an international convention of the assoPrice S "' P refunded. than one million have found Jutt such a friend in provide yourselt and family with a bottle of ICy. ciations in the United States and CanaP"V:Sunto,d. Dr. Kinz'a New Discovery for Comumniinn Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Coughs and folds. If you have never used this Kenedy asan Insurance against any serious re- da waa first held in 1834. There are now And to give satisfaction. which was practical- - Keat ougn nicuicine, one trial will convince you sults from aa attack of bowel complaint during tha 1,424 associations in the United States ohnstown, Pa., tlntjltj tltroa fniir -Jf it has wonderful curative powers in all summer months. It is almost certain to be I1CVaa.. 41. ..--.- .. iu the Throat, Chettand Lungs. Kach bot- ed and should e procured at once. No other ana uanaua, turn KrtFwiu worm mere are ly Bweptaway oy w """ alt in Vital OSMIfnt. tle Is guaranteed to do all that is claimed or mon..o.li n llu It nliat MiiA lt Wall . If till J fUll T h A tt A than ey will be refunded. Trial bottles free at A. R. o cent bottles tor salt by w. b. McRobru, Rj0ne vears ago, la now more prospers is estimated at 227.000. renny 's di ug store. Large bottles joe and i . Druggist, btantord. a population of 110,000. ever, and has g, Cash Slaughter Sale, -- a im-bu- $3,-50- 0. Dry Goods, Clothing Ladies' Slippers. fl Ridiculously Low half-grow- n STEPHENS & KNOX. : : A : Great Sale TheCash Bargain Store to-da- y Jc; B. F. JONES & SON. NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, CAMPBELL AT7STZ1T, cov-ore- Fro'rs. House Painting and Paper Hanging -- Farmers of Lincoln Co. ll lS" - I ''i .... I VMm.!i - tern-pora- rr Pierce'-elic- it c 11 easl-c- it sugar-coate- New Buckeye Machines, OF REPAIBS Head-achrn- d stop-ove- rs .AXjXj ZECIlSriDS -- stop-ove- o. er priv-leg&b- y t- PROCESS STOVE. stop-ove- r Laaaaaaaaaal SI ,! Salt-rheu- -- Swell-IDK- S, ustaaaaaL a asaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal& PERFECTLY SAFE. 1 1 1 It FT! 1 T W. H.WEAREN & CO. - U ,. V ':? . I'S Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal ' u t m t? ! !.f 4 t i Pi L'ffis Jft f IbC & in Mexico; four miles from Kagle Pass, Texas. JUNE G, Kt The whole force of Standard Oil employes at Whiting, lnd., have decid ed to strike unless tne company gives them a 0 hour working day with no re Hariiiet Bkechkr Stop's has lost her duction of wages. mind and now amuses herself cutting FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. paper dolls, singing old time songs and W. H. Hays bought of Beazlcy Bros, nursery ballads. The retribution is deserved. Her Uncle Tom's Cabin as now a horse for 100. George Evans bought in the East Col. W. 0. Bradley's oration at the presented is enough to drive anybody opening of the Kentucky building at the crazy but the fools who continue to rush End 17 fat cattle at 3c. ,.. Cl.nih.ps hmt.tihi SiriJ. ? Joseph Coffey sold to E. B. Lee a lot World's Fair was worthy of his fine to see it. of butcher stuff at 2 Jc. reputation and has been the subject of 1 7 n.ll-h'i- P 1 nnJi NEWSY NOTES. Will Hays sold to Beazley Bros, a highly complimentary comment. It A Five persons were burned to death mare and mule for $225. it was most ornate and scholarly proBeazley Bros, had a fine mulo killed and was applauded to the echo. in a tenement-hous- e duction in New York. & The Louisville Times says of it: In Tie. Mrs. Jeflereon Davis boa decided to by the cars Friday night. James Bland sold to a Garrard coun catholicity of sentiment, in breadth of make Richmond, Va her permanent VUt OfFbuiiinf? whilG r.fl.n. rfp.i iltP. nhniiP nviinlpc ty party a gelding for $150. vision and beauty of expression that ad- home. Of George Wilkes' 83 producing sons we dress was worthy the speaker, the State rour nremen were Killed ana many and the occasion. Even Kentucky Dem- persona injured by falling walls at Oma 71 are doing active stud service. Traylor Bros., sold to Fisher, of ocrat take off their bats to one whom we ha, Neb. would not have rule over us; but whom The Victoria Cordage Co., of Cincin- Madison, a bunch of fat cattle at 3c. For Sale. Yearling Durham bulls we are proud to have speak for us as he nati, has assigned. Liabilities $400,000; ready for service. W. H. Murphy, Stan spoke at the World's Fair yesterday. assets about the same. The Appalachian Steel and Iron Co., ford, Ky. Piocs John Wanamaksb, who bought of Big Stone Gap, Va., has been placed Hamilton Ormsby, near Anchorage, and paid for his seat in Harrison's Cabi- in the hands of receivers. trotting horses for $4- ,sold 23 ou net, has emerged from his "cheap clod- ' The Federal court at Chicago refus- 735, an average of $205. ing" store at Philadelphia to say that it ed to issue a temporary Bros, have purchased 7 c; The Dudderar injunction and is his private opinion, publicly express the World's Fair of various parties a nice bunch of calves was open again Suned, that all christians should boycott the day. at from $12 to $15 per head. World's Fair if the management perA negro at Decatur, 111., criminally J. H. Boone bought of T. M. Boone sists in keeping it open on Sundays. assaulted two white women and was a lot of hogs at tc and of W. y people in lynched in open daylight by unmasked McCarty 15 same at 5 to 6c. There are many this world and Cheap John seems to be men. J. T. Nunnelley, of Fayette, had a the apostle, along with the Rev. With-roTony Silvester, of Springfield, Ohio. mare to drop three fine filly colts. They of Chicago, who proclaims in warn- attempted suicide by eating the heads are all alive and doing well. ing tones that "the Lord will vent his off of matches. He is in a critical conA statistical fellow figures that the wrath on the city, even as be did in the dition. we be 1:59 point will be reached if the trotby days of Samuel and Jeremiah," if the In the Fifth Kentucky district there ting record is reduced this year as much show is shown on Sunday. were 22,542,381 gallons or 503,702 barrels as last. v of whisky made during the year ending Watermelons are coming into tho Judge Hughes should not let his an041 city market from Florida, but the prices wrr,mmm , ' gry passions rise. He relied on Mr. Car- Junel. Ten chiefs of divisions and clerks put them out of the reach of ordinary lisle's promises that he should have the collectorship of this district and now in were appointed for the peusion bureau mortals. IE2. preparation of the work, of reform to J. T. Rose, of the West End, sold to his wrath he says that the secretary de- in W. H. Prewitt 300 laroba. Thoso for be done. The belt and largest piece of liberately lied to him. This won't do. The May debt statnment shows that June 10 delivery sold at Gc and those for - TOBACCO, Calling names will do no good and may July at 5c. do harm. 'The judge made the unfortu- the reduction during the month was W. M. Dudderar bought of H. A. B. Ever told on thlt market (or ten ccntt Is K, J. Tobacco Co.'s"K J K" nate mistake of failing to secure Gov. $739,423.99. The total public is now Marksbury, of Lancaster, 500 bushels of McCreary's endorsement in the first $9G1,750,SSS.G3. A Trial is Convincing. .Dealer In. Mrs. Harriet Fible, widow of David strictly good wheat at 50c per bushel deplace. The governor never fails to get Sold bv W II. WEAKEN ft CO. atd KAURIS livered at Hayden. what he goes after and the man who M. Fible, the Eminence distiller, was A HAR3 IN, Stanford, Ay, David Walter shipped six cars of thinks he can ignore him will get left in struck in Chicago by an engine and died lambs to the Cincinnati market this of her injuries. his pursuit of Fedetal office. Joe Brothers shot his brother Hen week that cost him from 0.40 to 0j. Tub Louisville Critic says that Col. ry in the face with a load of bird shot Harrodsburg Democrat. ROWLAND, KY. Of the stockholders of the St, Joseph, Stoddard Johnston has retired from his during a quarrel near their home in IN GROCERIES, OEALER HARDWARE, 0 Mo., Fair Association, 40 are worth rainbow chase for the surveyorship, Marion county. Has moved into his nw note at the junction of or more and 14 are millionaires. This the Stanford & Crab Orchard and " ul ell ' pikes which he entered under rather shady Sixteen employes of the Kausas And- e circumstances. Tho colonel never was City were discharged for hy- might be considered a pretty safe assoc- at Rowland and It now better than evcr,tprcpaicd toplcave the trade In bothl j iation. in it, though if he ever had a ghost of a pothecating their salaries and forming a ipuicjch. At the sale of the thoroughbred chance that private letter to tho presi- ring to swindle money lenders. yearlings of J. B. Haggin at Morris Park, Etc. He has recently added greatly to hit stock gentleman didn't see dent, which that The remains of three of Jefferson and having uo rent tu pay and no lots by bad debts until it was printed, sent ovun that Davis' sons and a grandson were quiet- New York, suven of the get of the great he can l you goods cheaper than anybody. Call brought $24,000, an average of and set hit pricet before bujlnt: His offer to sacrifice him- ly in the Davis lot, Holly- Salvator J3.5S5. self on the altar of office to help Mr. wood cemetery, at Richmond. THOMAS YEA tfKR. JAMES YEAGER. M. F. Elkin bought of George P. Cleveland out of a dilemma was patriotWin. Wilson, a Marion county faric, probably, but unappreciated. mer, blew his head off with a gun, but Bright a fat cow for 35; of Luce one for & Clothing, Hoots, Shoes, &c, failed to tell anybody what made him $30: of George Evans a lot of butcher Senator Parker Id being criticised wish to shuffle oil' his mortal coil. stuff at 3c, and of A. D. Root a lot of T Mr vy !rriM - -- - for having been absent from the GenerFrank Smith, n prominent Btock 125 pound shoats at lie. al Assembly six months and drawing buyer of Even a portion of the $300 purse for Columbus, lnd., was attacked STANFORD, fc.Y. his per diem all the time. The point is, by saddle stallions would be a big advertisewild bees and stung on his face and however, not well taken. Senator Par body ment for your horse. Enter him and J? We are In our new stable in the Opera llttm over 1,000 times. He will die. Block and are well supplied with ser is as mucu entitled to Ms pay as June 15 is set for German Dayat the you may get the biggest piece. E. O. those who are on hand. They are all County Fair. Walton, Sec'y Lincoln Fair. It is expected that 150,000 And sec his stock and get his prices before buying. doing nothing but robbing the State of Beazley Bros. & Hays shipped to If you need from Chicago and 100,- $1,000 a day. Let the governor call out nurchated and nothing but Have 009 from other cities of the conntry will Lexington on yesterday their fine saddle urnoutt will leave the stable. the troops and Bcatter the aggregation attend. stallion, Silver Tip. He will be at once to the four winds or run them into the Give s The Frankfort cor- put in the hands of kelson Rowland penitentiary for obtaining money under and trained for the Stanford and other respondent figures it out that the LegisYou should sec him. false pretenses. lature can easily wind up its business fairs. There was an The Record says: They've been at it again in the Legis and adjourn by July 1 and possibly by increase in the production of tobacco in lature. Senator Roberta pronounced a June 20. .FOR. Garrard county last year, compared with The Electricity building of the statement made by Senator Board "a Having purchatcd the '91, of over 150,000 pounds. The crop d d lie," but as usual somebody was on World's Fair was formally opened last year was 1S0.550 pounds, while in hand to pull the beligereuts apart before week. There aro 350 arc and 35,000 in- that : '92 it was 34S.970. they got together. This is to be regret- candescent lights employed in the illum The entries to the $300 saddle stalOfl.W Ramsey. I am Incrcaslnc thestockat ted. A Kilkenny cat fight all around ination of the building. coming in right along and last as poMible and will toon have it The Tennessee Senate found Judge lion purse are would please the people more than anylooks as if the ring will be thing the members of the General As- Duboae guilty of two of the 30 charges at present it Parfull. No man with a saddle stallion can sembly could engage in, besides it would against him of misdemeanor in office in this ring and stop their "per deem," a consummation and debarred him from ever again hold- afford not to enter Call nt my store on Mrect to even get a piece of the money will be make it to ) our interest I.unaiter with me and! will to trade ing ollice in the State. devoutly to be wished. greatest advertisement imaginable. Baron von Surma Jeltsch, Envoy the W.C. HUTCHINCS. At Palo Alto the horseshoeris nevor Instead of threatening to removo its Extraordinary and Minister Plenipoten3 allowed to uee a knife on the feet of the exhibit from the, World's Fair if the tiary for Prussia at the Court of Stutt-gurtrottc-re- . Tho rasp only must be carefulB. gates aro opened on Sundays, the Amer-ca- n Wurtemburg, has been appointed ly used and should there be any marks Society should insist that it German Ambassador at Washington. Bible VlJV.- .of it on the outside of the hoof, a prompt should be the only one allowed to exThe Plankingtou Bank of Milwau .'AS5fo Z 'I CrillCl " SV4CmA7 of the employe would follow. hibit on the Lord's Day. If all thatsinful kee has made an assignment. The fail- dismissal Orders for Hrcad by Mail or Telegraph Promptly herd is to be turned loose on the first ure of F. A. Lappeu A Co., who owed Very little trouble is ever experienced Attended to. Ad- ,,ress" with the bores' feet on this immense day of the week, commoulv known as the bank, $219,000, and! tho constant R. ZIMMER, Stanfo f.L.VY Ky. Sunday, to see tho show, surely it can't withdrawal of deposits, brought about farm. BeBt wool is now quoted at 13c on harm them to look at the Bibles if they the assignment. v Ittrf the Danville market. Hon. D. L. Moore. do not take time to read them. A Springfield, O., man named Clias. A sold 250 slop cattle to Buflalo, N. Y., Fauldner strrck his employer with a parties at 4 60. Farmers say they don't Gen. Babil W. Dl'ke, who is eminentcurry comb, from the eflects of which ho ly fitted for tho exacting position, has Whites" whistling. Tho died. Fauldner is dying of remorse, hear any "Bob taken editorial charge of Fetter's Southheavy suows annihilated them. A. J. . something entirely now for an Ohio Whitley delivered to W. A. Prewitt 70 ern Magazine and that excellent period- man. s a. vlAr3-vj t . averaged 07 lbs. They were Carriage Painter and Trimmer, m rwf ft Bill "' ii ical will be further improved. Tho Hon. S. E. Moras, of Indiana, Con- lamta that as well as the owners are to be consold at GJc Advocate. All kinds of vehicles tunned trimmed and re sul General tol'aris, in an interview at t gratulated. Gen. Duke is a man of fine style l'lam and ornamental "Doc" Drye, of Hustonville, will imrLd In Washington, said that Gen. Harrison's no workmanMzns. literary attainments and excellent judghave ii string of horses at the fairs this ship andaausiacimn guaranteed in in over. Win. price. Shop on main street, friends in Indiana an actively preparing IrauKherty' blacksmith shop, Stanford, Kv ment and the magazine a ill take on a to present year that will bo e.xceedincly hard to tho as a third-tim- e new lease of life. down. The first on his list is King candidate in ISOfi. Chester, by Chester Dare; then Sentinel, A. R. Sutton, tho Louisville whisky is now said that Dr. Briggs will It owned by George Alford, witli a record WE HAVE TOR SALEbecome a Congregationalism If the doc- broker and forger, has at last been re- of 2:291: W A. Tribble's fine combined tor would meander away to Kamtscatka leased from jail, his friends having made mare; a black mare by Nobby; a and quietly die, the required bond. He says if it hadn't or some other colt by Gilt Edge and the great sadbeen for tho newspapers he would never the public would enjoy a dle mare of John Banghmau, which took The simplest binder made. rest. These ecclesiastic frauds aro calcu- have been taken to prison. a number of blue tieo last year and A Virginia veteran still has a mule lated to make one very weary, besides which was thought by aomu horsemen it's getting too hot to even think of the which he rode through the war and he to bo us good an animal as J. E. Karris' and his animal were in the parade at place they are all tending. Or twohorse binder. Deering Mower and Deering great Aljie G. Mr. Drye will have his Binder Twine Kicnmona Wednesday. The mule is Call on us for a beautifully illustrated catalogue and the man who carries off here President Cleveland has returned now 33 years old and ho has kicked ev- - horsesmoney than he will havo to rise fnth Century," describing Chicago, the more f'W to Washington from Hog Island, pre- erything except the bucket. Fair mighty early in the forenoon. Deering works; also a lot of neat memorandum books pared, let us hope, for a wholesale Harry Hill, the Atlantaeocietyman, the interest of every farmer who needs machines to see It will bebiS slaughter of the rascals. Three months who'forged the name of the wife of au us ATW,U aIWayS bc f0Und small doctor bill, but that is all Fifty have passed since the inauguration and Atlanta Bank president and skipped will costcents is a cure any ordinary caxj nt rheu-it at thc ofr,cc of the" sLforil you to SSler MUiT l'ain lialiu. Vfj ifyou still the boys look longingly, and so far with the money obtained by it, was ar- matismyou willuse Chamberlain's the prompt relict Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, be surprised at and fall from the j rested at Chicago. The matter threatens it affords. The first application will quiet the pain, There are three of the best llarbert in the State JT. in vain, for the crumbs that it There are also excellent Hath Rooms run in conco cent bottles for ule by W. IS. McKoberts, to precipitate a very huge sensation. VV. H. HAYS, Assistant. rich official table. "brugglst, btanford. , nection. Agent lor Lexington Steam Laundry. 8TAHF0RD, coffee-- W. P. WALTON. Pensions aro being drawn for nearly every cause, real dr imaginary, but it was reserrod for J. J. Hamlin to get one for corns. Sinco this precedent has been 1893 established, it is said that every old not now fraudulently on the g lists has gone regularly into the business. cooler corn-raisin- Twenty-siminers were burned to death Saturday in the Fur nti coal mine, x What (He Propose To Do. EIGHT : PAGES. With event 7,iV7. u,a ,,,. ni ,..7. free of charge: pair of Susvencters. fineNprMiL With every Boy's Suit: Straw Hat, one pair Suspenders. With every Child Knee Pants a Windsor Don't nail foo 7....7. sell you these goods for less than other merchants and give these articles away in appreciation of our customers. well-bre- d At our handsome Une of Persian Mulls at 15c, 17 Also that connnue our sale on Domestic. Brown in ttoii, good quality, 5c yardj Vui Ginghams best fine Dress Ginghams at 14c, worth 20. Challies oc per yard. TiJ&JD eie S ii look: l-2- 125-pou- goody-good- Everything at BARGAIN PRICES, As will not undersold anybody. "s- LOOTBIOXI T. -:- STftRTC t S. CHEWING Key-nol- J.EVanArsdale H1HDW1BE ij-ir- a j hc. zEaiiLTonsr u. iS S7-i- GROCERY $25,-00- post-offic- stocjc of coons, tt-l- r YEAGER YEAGER, urar. m m m am flrst-clast ill ixr V JL'JO : r m German-- new riqs and:horses br-e- TO CAUL Implements. 4 yuu Americans Courier-Journal'- tlicni a Call. Farming COME to SEE ME. Business Grocery Fancy Ue;Breatl,Cab,Fies Candies, Lunches,Fnits, &c., Complete in Every ticular. CALL ON R. ZIMMER, THE BAKER. t, JOHN 1 DcNARDI, lf ttffrvd - myy A Good Meal fnv 9 rifemJ VtOl Mmk WlS: rirtt-cus- JLl ii pu-li- e I 1iTv 1 - oea-po- rt The Deering Improved long-neode- d Steel Binders. The Pony Deering Binder. aTdVe -- H. BATTGHOTAHT, AGENT w ' VMm' Ml-Jf-- -- T rfi Semi-Weekly ptrrrr i --m n The jail and residence aro being paintThe band boys desire to thank Mrs. ed a bHck red and trimmed in stone Dr. Steele Bailey, Misses Isabella Bailey, color. Tho Belden Bros, have the con- - Gertrude Howard, Essio Burch, Alice Six flno nhotoarapha for $1 at A. J. tract. Holmes, Annie Green, Nora Moreland, 6tanford, Ky., Junk G, 1893 Karp's. Givo him a call. At last there's a rift in the rain cloud, Lucile Cooper and tho V. A. M. Society New plain and dotted Swisses, rib- if n weather bureau prediction can be for valuable assistance they so kindly bons, etc. Severance & Son. is.c. WAkTOM, called a rift. Tho dispatch yesterday rpnrlprpil In trinir rnnonf rnnnart To close some of our best lines of goods has come and those who You should 8tso our new Point do Ah read, "Showers, followed by fair TuesMr. A. R. Penny does not want to be know us best know that we mean what we say. cooler." Lotus pray that it will pine and Point do Breeges laces. Sever- day, considered an aider or abettor of a PEW10NAL POINTS. come to pass. is not going to be. John Robance & Son. Gko. Pitman, of 1'ittaburK, waa Linnietta Park Springs will open on inson's slapped up some When your horse needs shoeing or hero Friday. next Saturday, 10th. The annual open- flaming posters on his fence on Depot Mk. E. W. Jo.nks, of Piueville, waa your buggy or wagon gets out of fix goto ing ball will occur Wednesday evening, street Friday night and early Saturday DAugherty A Greer. hero Friday. June 14th. Regular hops every Friday morning he paid a negro $1 to pull them Must be shaped up for Fall and on all light goods we propose to make A. J. and Eoiiirt Fun, of Mt. Ver-noFive different sizes Leonard ice chests. evening, Juno Kith excepted. All are off. prices that will positively move them. We do not propose to leave were down to the circua. Will save you 200 per cent, of your ice cordially invited to attend. Address Mtaa Amanda Diaitor ia nttcndlnj,' the We aro clad to note that our old dem town, nor do we propose to change our business, but we will give you all communications to James D. Shelby, bill. W. II. Wearen A Co. Normal School at Somerset. ocratic friend, Mr. J. W. Whipp, has some good things for a little money. We have put seme Junction City. Kev. V. K. Kli.is ia spendinK the h John Braobdai.e, of the Moreland vi been appointed at Liberty, week with his wife at Glasgow. cinity, was placed in jail yesterday for The Stanford Gold Band has reason to vice R. T. Pierce, a good man, but a reM. Halinobis has been here with the drunken and disorderly conduct. be proud of the concert it gave Friday publican, removed. Mrs. S. J. Benge boys in the Louisville for several days. eight. It was really good and we here- has been appointed at Bryan, Clay counJ. W. IUmbky has decided to continue by withdraw the assertion, for which we ty, and Miss Susan F. Sears at Spruce-burg- , Itov 13. Rose, of Hustonville, haa gone Into this sale at 25c per yard that are grand bargains and will pay you to Adairville, with the prospect of locat- his bus on the Rowland line and it will have been repeatedly taken to taw, that Whitley county. meet all K. 0. trains. See his ad. on this tho Lancaster band can beat it playing. ing. to examine. We also have some ladies' and gents' SHOES that go page. The candidates for the Legislature, with this wreck. If you want some cheap things come to our store .Miss Bkmik Richards, of Junction CiFor the practice it has had and the Messrs. M. F. North and Harvey Holm, for ty, ia with Mleses Clara and Ophelia the next two weeks. When you come don't forget to examine Ik it is tho early bird that catches the "raw" material with which it began a addressed the people e at the Lackey. our "J. B." and "P. D." Corsets, our worm, Mr. T. J. Hatcher will bo our few months ago, there are mighty few yesterday upon the issues of the day Mishjm LorriK PsnniNK and Mary Mc next jailer. He announces himself in bands that can do hotter and it gives us and their own claims to tho honor they pleasure to make the amende honorable. Kinney have uono to visit friends in this issue as a candidate. Each proved himself a good All the numbers of Friday night's pro- seek. Danville. of the County Commit-te- o gram were given very correctly and speaker and fully able to take care of The members Louis and Karlx Coi'uts aro up from are requested to meet at J. B. 's Greensburg to visit their mother, Mrs. with an animation which was really sur- No. 1. Several matters of a person- Laces, Hosiery, Gloves, Lace Curtains, Ladies' Gauze and Muslin office in Stanford, on next Monday prising. Mr. Win. Severance's tuba so- al nature were indulged in and the Pokle T. Courts. Underwear, or anything to make you comfortable in warm weatfcer. afternoon, county court day, at 1 o'clock, lo was greatly complimented, while Dr. prospect is that we are going to have a Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hooan, of t race. have been on a visit to Mrs. to decide on the date and the method of W. B. Penny brought down tho hou holding the primary. It. K. Gentry, with Ids euphonium solo. The enterliatn Baughman. Thieves went into J. P. Crow's Btore tainment was varied by a selection from at McKinney, Friday night, and relieved Messrs. W.M.akii S. K. Puddkhah, Chairman. by Miss Isabella Bailey, the safe of $181, most of which belonged of the Gilberts Creek vicinity, are attend, ThE young people are looking forward Robin Hood who showed how fast she is mastering to Mr. A. B. McKinney. ing the World's Fair. The door of with much pleasure to a "kid party" to king of musical instruments, the the store as well as of the safe was left Mihsks Lizxii Dunn, of Danville and to be given by boys at Georgo Ellis' that the violin. Tho exhibition of her cultivated open and it only required a man with Alice Dunn, of Bryantsvllle, are guests on Monday evening, June 12, and a rehighly gratifying to her par- enough nerva to walk in and help himof Mrs. Smith Baughman. turn party by the young ladies of the talent'.was ents, Dr. and Mrs. Steele Bailey, and to self. Bub Engleman and Mr. McClure Mum Jinnik Dibiiman, of Barbourvilli', "Rainbow Society" at Miss Ethel 's tier numerous friends, who were pleased were sleeping In tho next room, n lormor pupil 01 uio uouege, is 11m on the Wednesday evening followbut to note her rapid advancement. A beau- - neither heard any noise and as yet Misses Baughman. Burnt of the ing. there tlful tableau, in which Miss Annie is no clue to the thieves. Mit. AsnMita. Frank Holtzcxaw, of Masiikd. While going down Mill Green and little Miss Lucile Cooper took Hubblo section, have just returned from presented. n pleasant visit to relatives in Missouri. street Saturday the wagon containing part, was very artistically uiRCi'iT uol'rt. in due and ancient New stock, styles and shades. MlKSU JXAN AND KA BUCHANAN, Of tho circua tent poles turned over and Miss Alice Holmes again added laurels form this court was inaugurated yesterCrab Orchard, are vreitlng their sister, Harry Russell, an attache, was caught to her pretty brow and proved how gift-e- day at 10 o'clock, when after the followshe is in song by the sweet manner ing grand jurors were selected and sworn Ioulaville under them. He was badly mashed in Mrs. John A. Haldcman. one arm and leg, but his wounds are not in which she gave the "Angel'B Seren- in, Judge M. U. baulley delivered tho Post. Mkmrs, Woodson, Cariier, Burgess fatal. He said his home Is in Boston ade." Miss Gertrude Howard, her teach- address in his usually clear and concise Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, Hider, Kendall and Woods have return- and that he had been ring bov till re- er, played the accompaniment and Mr. style: J. E. Wright, foreman; J. M. Hail, cently, B. II. Danks tho violin obligato. Miss James Lawrence, G. M. Gicens, Eugene ed from Nashville, where they have been t Landreth's Garden Seed at Holmes was so loudly encored that she Kelley. W. M. Lackey, James Dudderar, attendinK court. Wantud. To sell cheap for cash, cell- again appeared and sang another solo, J. G. Lynn, J. A. Frye, J. H. Collier, P. Miss Pearl Kktciiam, of Kansas Citv, ing, siding, flooring, basu casings, mould 9 arrived yesterday on a visit to her sister, ings, framing and fencing, and nil kinds "Flowers of the Alps," even more sweet- W. Carter, J. M. Sibold. ly than the other. Miss Essie Burch, Mrs. It. H. tagan. Mr. Allen l.ogan ac of yellow poplar, pino Tho petit jurors are as follows: New Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. S, and white oak who has elocutionary abilities of a most Dunbar, J. M. White, W. T. Tucker, J. companied her hither. lumber. Dressed lumber and building pronounced order, recited the "Spanish M. Cofley, Isaac Ilerrin, J. C. Hays, L was hero yesterday Diu J.T. Boiion materials a specialty, and for cash we GEORGE B. 11. n. KING. and paid us a pleasant call, which ban will knock the bottom out on low prices. Duel" and waa winning golden opinions, D. Garner, T. J. Hill, L. B. Adams, T. J. made more pleasant by hla bringing us For prices address Tho Dillion Manufac- when her voice broke down, owing to a Robinson, J. M. Hubble, Alex Traylor, severe cold, and she had to retire behind Win. Perkins, P. L. Simpson. L. R. the money for a new snbcriber. ' turing Co., Dillion, Ky. tho scenes, grestly to the regret of the Jones, 0. Vnnoy, Richard Bibb, J. II. MisaKs Lklia and .L'B Oartkh and - " MORELAND, KY., audience, which heartily sympathized Bright. G. A. Peyton, A. R. Penny, H. from their The College Concert will he given at lttio Green have returned We have opened up a nice line o! MlsaSallio Carter, who Walton's Opera Houho Thursday night, with her. A "Grand Musical Smash-u- P. Young, P.S. Hughes, Jack Murphy, fchool at Jelllco. ended the entertainment, which W. II. Higgins. went downtoattoml the commencement, to which the usual feu of admission will was thoroughly enjoyable from first to bo charged. The programmo is a Several minor rases were tried includreturned with them. last. We congratulate the entire band ing one against Geo. W. Baker for car1' K. Wilbov, Vjh , a prominent mem. one and a enterber of the londou bar, was here Sunday. tainment ia assured. The commence. generally and particularly its director, rying concealed weapons and lie was acA pretty girl was tho magnet and we'll merit will be held in the same building Mr. B II . Danks, on the complete buc quitted. The judge gave away for tho We paid spot cash for these goods bought them where we could get Mr. Jag. II. legislative candidates at 1:30 and they wager it will not be many Summers be- Friday night, when tho customary exer- cess of tho undertaking. the most for the least money. Hardware was bought in car load lots, Calvert, of Junction City, assisted with held the hoards for an hour or two. cises will bo varied with delightful fore lie roines again. which enables us to make very low prices, Salt $1.70. his corner, and in behalf of the bnnd and and other pleasing features. Wk acknowledge reeeipt of invitation Miss Lizzie Myers has opened up Dress Making over our store and Exercises of others due acknowledgements of his as NKW ADVERTISEMENTS. to the Commencement invites her friends to give her a call. The supper given by the young Indies aifitance is made. The receipts were nearCollege at Hopkinsvillti South Kentucky Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you of tho M. ". C. Society for the benetit of ly 100. from Miss Sue Mitchell ljudey, who money Rev. George 0. Barnes netted 2S and taken tt'o honors in n graduating class of Played For a But Gets His proved a very pleasant occasion for all l a seven. tfiTWe are opening up a splendid line of Millinery. Ll'crk BAck. R. C. Fain, a merchant at aiks Candidate fr Jailor of Lincoln county and hii MjmksDoi.uk MtHoiiKKTS and Mary who attedded. The cream, strawberries a small town near Richmond, and who one elie. friendt Dot to commit themselves to any Hii candidacy u subject to the action ol & Bearley have returned from Hamilton and cake were delicious. Bro. Barnes is old enough to know better than to the Demncralic patty. gradu- and family were present and seemed to College, Lexington, fool with circus fakirs, played n little enjoy themselves very much. The evanates. Mies Fuiiulo Shauks, who gradugame at Richmond Friday and was $550 ates next session, also returned Satur- gelist kissed each of the young ladies behind for so doing. Rentz A Co. showI have a Dark Iron Gray Texat Pony at my and they feel more than repaid for their day. which ttrayrd thero ed there that day and Fain, who is pret- place, in liy paying expenses reccutly. Owner can get hi Slavmakkh efforts. Misses Nkimk and Lizie A.C. KKYNOLDS, ty fond of lilthy lucre, ran up against an 8 Waynetbure, Ky. have issued invitationn to tho Glee Club Whisky Killed Him. Squire W. L. aged gentleman, who said he was in the to attend an entertainment at their home They mutually Dawson, acting as coroner, summoned a county prospecting. ...STANFORD.. and the fortunate ones aro will jury Friday and held au inquest over agreed to go to the show and went off charming evening. It Murine Partv. at which the secret the remains of Ed Evans, the blacksmith arm in arm. On tho interior of the side UV&7, r:i3 ,'.nd i. who was found dead at his homo the show were a couple 01 follows with a of the bO will be learned. day before. After hearing statements loi of cards and they were running what they called a draw game. This at At John Menelec's new btick on Depot street, hj city and vicinity. from several persons who were acquainted with the habits of the deceased, a tracted tho attention of the aged Fain Fon horBe shoeing, wagon and buggy W. RAMSEY. verdict was rende-e- d that "he came to and his uowlv made friend and they at repairing go to Dauehorty A Greer. " his death from heart disease caused by ouco decided to "buck against it." The to accommodate all old gentleman was evidently a confeder- Who will at all times be cUd rates, Order your Ho were for the commence- excessive use of liquors." with KxM rigs at reasonable My 'bus will ate of the "slick ducks" and ho and met all K. I trains 35 Danks, tho Jewelment through B. II. A btranciku, pretty well lilted with Fain for a small amount of money drew B er. booze, amused himself by starting the a couple of cards which entitled them to 0. 0. Withers shot and killed a carp electric light machinery in motion while f:V0 each. Tho proprietors of the in Blaine's pond, yesterday, that weighed the circus was hero Saturday. Engineer scheme told Fain and his 1'J pounds. Holderman was busy find did not hee friend that if they would each show As Agent of Kd McRobcrtr, deceased, will sell CoxsiDKiiAiiLV more than half of the him until the machinery was running, that they were worth S550 in cash they at public auction at a p. m. I days of the last two months have been but when lie did find out what had been would bo taken as partners in the game 24, rainy, tho total precipitation being an done the drunken stranger was knocked and in a few days would make as much The real estite boloncing to the deceased. It down and dmgged out on such short no- money as they wanted to and would be even foot of water. consists of a House and Lot, the -n tice that ho did not know what struck given the f.'550 each besides. Fain and iof dogs must at unco pay him. House Containing 10 Rooms, ono A u. owners friend were separated and Fain went diStore-Rootaxeu on them and put a collar with a a Picture Gallery, rectly to the bank, secured ?550 aud re The whisky light in Lancaster waxes on each dog they own. 0. J. number And they all have a frontace of 66 feet, The exceedingly warm. Lawyers J. Mort turned. He laid the pilo down before Nowland, city marshal. piopcrty can Le divided into iiRothwell and L. F. Hubblo were only the sharks aud as quirk as lightning 100 Ft. Deep The declaimera were anticipating a prevented from giving n street exhibi-bitio- they grabbed it and tied. The old man Three Store-Room- s saw ho was outwitted and his first last night. It was oxpect-- 0 a large Back Lot. and packed house rSN-tf- t of their musclo and shooting 1 to bo the best show of the season and qualities by the interference of friends. thought was how to get the "stull" hack. Tho property will to first offered in parcels, rV whole, the A);ent the as one that no one could ullbrd to miss. The trouble grew, says tho Record, Alter consulting friends ho decided to and thenbid. a'these' buildings are accepting locacentrally come here and accompanied by Marshal la rues i will prnte a bargain to the purchaser. Sitted and W. II. Brady found a live tarantula over some uncomplimentary remarks Feeney, Constable Bush and Attorney uated on Main street, turner adjacent to Myers made by Mr. Rothwell about Preacher ForMouse. V in a bunch of bananas Saturday. ,V X. K. K. stack and some Also two shuns might Frank, which was resented by Mr. Hub W. S. Moberly, ho drove through, ar- other persons lly. I.. tunately he saw it in time, or wo I'otMtion cneo July i, iSy.t. ble, who got all and more than waa at riving a little in advance of the circus. cash; balance in 6 and ia have had to chroniclo a serious misuap Term.. Fain after n few hours spotted the two months, first given to his friend. Don't get ex to tho clever young merchant. J i:. HKlCi:, Agent. cited boys. Let only dogs delight to bark men who had gotten his cash and they ,;.td --WE SELL- were taken by Maishal Feeney to a oldest inhabitant doesn't romem and bite. Tub a circus room iu the Myers House and informed bor a commencement Sunday or We have been taught from infancy that the money must bo handed over. Notice is hereby gisen that on the first day of day in Stanford without rain, anil tlio K exceptions by several to beliovo without question everything Of course they denied having seen Fain, June, 1803. John II Owsley and Mary the Owsley, Lincoln last didn't prove his wife, filed In the clerk's otlice ol that appears within the lids of the Best but the old man insisted tint they were Circuit Court their petition praying that the said jugsfull. V Owsley, to disthe of Books, but we must confess that our the right parties and the money miiBt Court empowtr any wife, Mary now owns may MOUNTAIN property she oj pose by will of tremendous Dirniia drew faith in the promise that tho Lord will come, or they would be taken to Rich- hereafter acquire. Uiven under my hand as cleri waa a it dayol June, crowd to town Saturday, but it no more destroy the earth with a mond and tried. After a consultation of said court thist J. I . IXVIUCll 1.1K t. V. I. orderly one and no disturbance of Hood was severely shaken Sunday. very It between the two sharks, they agreed to any consequence occurred. The show Iihb never rained as it did then since the give up all they had, which was 515, was only fair to middling. famous shower of 40 days and 40 nights, and 'which was soon placed in the hands and woo befell those who were out in it. of Fain, whosj face, though full of rr...a ia oreat crowing weather, with having claim against the estate of Canary and Mocking IHrd Cages, Hanging Uaskets, Flower; Crocks. alternating, and a A young lady remarked that she had wriukles, was beaming with delight at rain and sunBhine thought of the return of the money. of I'ersons Knjleman will please present them Samuel reasonable. wo can have heard of it raining pitchforks, but alio the high temperature, but then There is said to bo no fool like the old t.rnnerlvnrosen to us and those indebted to him New stock of Genuine Carbolic Sheep Dip. Prices once. good thing, and most of had never seen or heard of whole reser fool, but he is the bieccstof all fools who will nicase settle nat KNi.LEMAN, Shelby City. too inuch of a II W UIVKNS. Hubble, usarereeady to cry "Hold, enough," voirs, rivors and lakes coming down in ' thinks he can beat a professional at his ,4.4t Administrators own game, one solid Bheet. are damned therefor. even if wo Interior Journal Nkw sweet and sour plcklce at A. A. Warren's. That Good Time bu. uanag' cir-cusa- nd 1N bill-post- Our Gents' CLOTHING n, post-mast- LADIES' DRESS GOOdS court-hous- WHITE GOODS, WASH GOODS, Pax-ton- e, red-ho- HUGHES & TATE. SEASONABLE GOODS. Bear.-lcy- I WALL PAPER & ALABACTINE Carriage and Decorative Faints for Buggies and Household use. d v3 Wo Bo MoMdDBIEBT! & il l KING PREWITT. Goods, 41 i i p" Dry Goods, Notions, Dress Clothing Unit-clas- s -- Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, u. 11 op-era- ta Sl-ckk- T. J. HATCHER sure FREWXTT. full-iled- (JO ht m mm, m m Ert J. ProrM ... in f I frJ: mon-ey.maki- PUBLIC SALE. 1 On Saturday, June '93, SeveranCe & Son If 3 - u R '.!, ts i as i ! One-.fr.s- Lincoln Circuit Court. i.r.,' ... The Gurney Refrigerator, THE WHITE 11 sj. ICE CREAM FREEZERS, 1 xroTicx. WATER COOLERS, McKINNEY BROS. K Semi-Week- ly Interior Jourhl claimed Hal, turning from tho window Blgeyc The only debt I owe is the in disgust. "It's horrid It's I don't debt to nature. know what to call It!" Cynicua Well, why don't you pay It? Bill also strove for a word to exK.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. You might get a discount off for prompt press his feelings. "Yes, I think so too! It's it's the payment. Puck. Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. ra., returning most rfrtatiU weather I ever saw!" at j:wp. m. A Sur Sign. Harper's Young Teople. Hobbs He's madly in lore. LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Cobba Why do you think so? Moral Susvalon. ' 7 Pm Mail tram going Norths Hobbs Look at the Tariety of neckJjpm A largo boy was pounding a smaller South " 11 51 pm ties he wears. Chicago Record. South Bipress train one on Lexington avenue. A gentle m .... 3 ........ North- ..7001m man interfered and separated them. L)cal Freight North. "A 801T THING." ......34epa South..- -. OTWhcn not so paid ject First, it rained; then it began to now? Cholly Gweat heavens! blow, then it snowed; then it cleared I'm not Published Evory Tuesday and Friday up, and the sun came out; then it be- wohking. I'm employed in me fathah's AT gan to snow again. bank. Chicago Record. $2 PKB YMABIN ADVANCE "I ncrer saw suoh weather," ex$2.60 will be VaraatUe Weather. The boys wanted to go skating but tlio clerk of tho weather fccemcd to ob- Nepotlatlo Privilege. Egbert Where aro you working M. F. NORTH, Is a candidate for member of the Legislature from Lincoln county J subject to nomination by the democracy. Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M President. charged A Slothful Debtor. HARVEY HELM Is a Candidate to represent Lincoln county In the next Legislature, subject to the action ol the democracy. Spring Session Tuesday. January 34th, 1893. 1 Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Mustc aad Art. Excellent hoarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. MEN'S AND HOY'S THE P. 0. MILLINERY. Call at the post-offic- e room and see the 3" Largest and Dest Selected Stock Of Millinery In town, bound to please you. 10 CLOTHIHGI New Stock, New Styles, H. J. McROBERTS. JUST IN Th latter tralnt also carry passengers. The above U calculated on standard time. iae it about o minutei faster. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Solar Trains pass Junction City as follows: South bound.- - No. t , Vestibule Limited, ,11.50 a. m.; No. 3 , Chicago Limited, 1.$$ a. m. ; No. 5., New Orleans Express, n 17 a. m.; No. 7., Local, 11.12 p.m.; No. o., Hlue Grass Vestibule, 8.40 p. 1W "What were you beating him for?" indignantly asked the gentleman of the older boy. "Ho has got some cigarettes and he won't divide 'em, and I was just trying to coax some of them out of him!" Texas Sittings. Willing to Condense. The goods and prices are MRS. P.T. COURTS. ..NF.WI.INEOK Spring and Summer Millinery Just received and ready for inspection. Call and tc II. MISS LICCIE ltEAZLEY'S, : "I I must not listen to you, Mr. Limited, 6.4S Capphead," protested the blushing girl, -- No. a, Vestibule North bound. with eyes downcast. "You aro only p. m.J No. 4., Fast Mail, a.33 p. m ! No. 6 , Chicago Limited, 1.17 a. m.t No. 8., Local, 3.55 . n.; trifling, and and, besides it is getting No. 10, Blue Grass Special, 6 am. late." "Please hear mo out, Miss Helen!" pleaded the infatuated young reporter. "I'll cut it down to two hundred and fifty words!" Chicago Tribune. Honor Eren. Van You look charming tonight, my love. Mrs. Van Indeed? Thanks! I'm surprised you should say so even if you Mr. Stanford, Ky MILLINERY. eii BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, KJ, ol Millinery Goods left over, I hue returned from the cities which will sell for 1 from last season, I will sell at aafresh as this seasons with a'nice (line a small pront. TSZ BIST MADZ. COST FOR CASH ONLY. The reason I do this Is to reduce my stock"of coods so I will be ante to sellout ray business at the first opportunity. esamine I cordially invite the ladies to mv o modi. I also solicit a shire ol their patron- ;ck, MKS.I.M. gt. Stanford, Ky. 9 thought it. Mr. I Little Johnny Was I born on a Thanksgiving1 day? Mamma Yes; but If you keep on ? A cream of tarter baking powsuch a boy, I don't der. Higest of all in leavening I'll have tobad thankful for. know what be 3 strength. Latest United States Little Johnny Well, you can be thankful I isn't twins, anyhow. Good Government Food Report. News. ROYAL'BAXINQ POWDKR CO., A Oraat Scheme. lOe Wall St.. New York. Jack IIow are you going- to spend the summer? A. S. PRICE, Tom I'm froing to put it in traveling' SURGEON DENTIST. from one summer resort to another Office over McRoberts Drug Store in'the new until I find a girl worth a million or Owsley Building. two who wants to be lorcd and marStanferd, ried for herself alone. Truth. be-in- m. ?mzrcf JUtohxMy Pure a Yes;, I'm surprised that you should look so, even if I had said it! Town Topics. A Bit of Comfort. Wilts Golden Chains. Van ... WATER : COOLERS, OK EVERY DESCRIPTION. Call and sec them before buying, for sale cheap. Ev-r- y Life. Marlow So Bessie has actually allowed herself to marry that old miser, eh? thing in the grocery line J. H. BAUGH9IAN, Ethel (sighing) Yes, emulating dromeda, you know. Marlow How so? Town Topics. FIRE AND STORM An- FARRIS & HARDIN. A. C. SINK INSURANCE AGENTP ..Representing- - Etbvl She Is chained to the rocks! 4H&& C. D. Stanford, POWILL, i t She been town. He LOGAN AVENUE, Kentucky, Always 'sells goods lower than anyone else in town. New stock of Fruits every Friday. I will open on January iSth, 1J9J. a First-ClaDairy, Irom which I can supply any quantity ot Jersey milk to tho people of SUntord and Rowland at tho following prices, dcli cred : so cents Fresh Milk, per gallon 10 cents Skimmed Milk, por gallon S cents Butter Milk, per gallon Iwill make two trips dally. The patronage ol the G. A. PEYTON, public is solicited. Stanford, Ky gt-- i yr. sa vas murdering Shakespeare too. qliivd repaired and rclurnlthcd the HoteLand -- N Y. Herald. am better than err The Point of Vision. An Impossibility. Perdita I saw Dicky kiss you last Havcrly I think that Chapleigh is Prepared to Accommodate the night rather timidly, 1 thought. Public. Ella Yes; but you should have seen more knavo than fool. Austell Impossible! Life. us where it was absolutely impossible Special attentlou'to Commercial Men. for anyone to have seen us! Truth. 1'. W GHKKN, Proprietor. He Press. termined man, swallowing another The Darllnz. dose of quinine, "to tho bitter end." Clara I am afraid this silk waist of Chicago Tribnne. mine won't wear. Murder Most Foul. Maude Why not? I didn't suppose Twas Ilamlet ho played. Ho slew tbo kin?, there was a chance of any of your And ran I'oloalcs through, waibts wearing out. Detroit Free Likewise Laertes, and all the while home. Barred Oat. Mrs. Cellulolde Why doesn't your Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; husband go to church with you? Manchester, of Manchester, Eng.; Mrs. Collerette Ho couldn't afford Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; any new clothes, and ho looks too shabby beside my new wrap. N. Y. Herald. Ins. Co. of NorthJAmerica. Couldn't Tell the Difference. Companies. I wol All of which are Pol. Customs!Waiter bring me another be pleased to wait o nmy iriendaln this line. torna. icics promptly issued. Willinsure against order of this limburger cheese. claus. does, wind storms and lightning. Lishtnin Bom. Sweet Homo. Waiter Why, that's butter. csattached without additional charg.. So she married that d Office at First National Dank, Stanford. Customer Well then bring me an orold chap! Why, I heard he had der of carbolic acid. Brooklyn Life. blackballed at every club in Leading Up. "I expect to fight this chills and That's why he married; for a fever," said tho Life. but defirst-class SINE.& MENEFEE, Proprietors or The Stanford Lumber Yard, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. J. K.MENKfll - bald-heade- bilious-lookin- g Commercial Hotel. Our facilities for giving the greatest values lor the least outlay, are unsurpassed. McKINNEY, KV I have bought abore mentioned Kinney and have attached a Fixst-CU- ss W Carry a Full Iin of Builders' SuppliM. THE BEST PLACE TO HUY Hotel at Mc Bar and Fool Room. Wall A. Paper ! R. PENNY. Notice to the Traveling Public. I I have had ;f HE SHELTON HOUSE Trade Mark. "What is the name of the butter-dealerprcttj- - daughter behind tho desk?" Jiortf 11 BJOE CARSON, Manager. ' All new stock and latest designs. 's Farmers Bank&Trast OF STANFORD, KV.. Is now fully organized and ready for business Co Falls Branch wilt Jellico Coal Co., "Oleomargarct." Judge. A It BAD V Miners and shippers of the GENUINE repainted and nicely furnished and Save in connection with Hotel one of the; best saloons In tho State, open day and night a night tnan meets all trains. In connection withUpusr have also one of the best Mineral wells in the Mati and for refeience to water, call on Mr. and Mrs G. W. Patrick. Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Hoyd Dr. Evin, Tenn., A. A. Warren, Stanford, DK.' Vroctor, C. H. llraum. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Heinllton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. KB. Johnson, "Wew Haven, Jim Cox, Greeniburtr. Kates i ptr Atltw'and KKFERENCK. Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - - $200,000 A 000 Ofiglxial Jellico Conl. Try it. We are the sole agent lor Stanford Jand Rowland. OSice corner ol Oepot street and rail- r0d6C,",nB WATTS. HICOINS SUCCESSOH toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, assets and undei me same management. n n,nviiinn of its chiller, depositors are a fully protected as ate depositors in National Uanks, its shareholders being held individuals liable to the extent of the amount of their stock therem at the par value thereof, in addition to the amount invested in such sharrs. It may act at executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully ai in individual. To those who entrusted their bulslness to ui while mnagilig the Lincoln National Hank ol Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their businesi with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenis tion to same, our twenty years' experiencecon banking andas liberal accommodations as are intent with sound banking. Now closing up) with the same IUHECTOKS: d&,yJ- - M" . ''t WpCAR Wrop. NOTICE.' Nonce is hereby given to the stockholders of Janle Wash Institute, nf MMdlcburg, Ky , that the annual election for 1 ruitces for the institution to fill the vacancy of the three retiring Trustee, will be held at the Institute building at Middle-Imron the firt Saturday in June, i9j, June V between the hours of I and 6 o'clixk p, m A full attendance is desired. V M. WAR V, Chairman. M.W.JONES, Scc'y g Bo Mo Main Street, Stanford, Ky., dealer in WEAHBN, V' THE F. RILEY B. BIL.EY, HOUSE Proprietor, London, - prepared than ever to accommodate the public. daOood Livery attached and every convenience rned. Give me a call. I have moved to my new Hotel 1 Kentucky. and am better FRANK RILF,y. 11 He You 4 it Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriages, Buck Boards, 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, Huggy and Wagon Harness, Saddles, luclds, Haled Hay, &c. XTew AUL, Millinery. jjr?j&LK THE JEWELER, Articles to Suit the Most Fastidi- Truth. ous. A complete line of you at the seashore. She I don't seem to recall you. He Strange; maybe you lost the ring I gave you to remember mo by. She (extending both hands) Pick it out; it may servo to Identify you. don't remember me; I met I.J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; J.M. Hall, Stanford; J, S. Owsley, fatanford; S. J. Embry, Stanford ; j. K. Lynn, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgeville; J. F. Cash, Stanford; William Gooeh, Sunlord, Ky. S.H. Shanks, President. J. II. Owsley, Cashier W.M Bright. Teller. "My mother, Mrs. Kate Dudderar, has just returned I rom the cities with 4.1 eie.'iiil line;of mil. Iinery, embracing THE NOVELTIES ITew Butolaor Sb.op. willlu e DR. W. B. PENNY Or the season, of which she She also engaged a FIRST-CLAS- S lull control. We have opened a llulcher Shop in the Dr. llocl.fr home on Depot St., and ill kcip always on hand Dentist. tacated by Dr. L. Office South side Main street, in office K. recea Huffman, Stanford, Ky TO., Watches, Clocks Jewelry A. G. L an ham The Power of Taffy. Judge Duffy now did you como to steal this lady's pocketbook? Prisoner I did it to get even with her. She stolo my heart the moment she looked at me with those lovely eyes. Lady refuses to press the charge and the case is dismissed. N. Y. Recorder. Hon Voyage. DRESS HAKER. All Kinds dit-sse- of Frosh Moats. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KV. Call and examine my stock of Millinery before We will alio run a delivery wagon to Rowland to buying and leave your order for your serve the people theie. Thanking jou for past favors we solicit same. MARTIN & CRAIG. MAKY DAVIS DUDDKRAR. J The People ot Stanford AND LINCOLN COUNTY. Capital Stock Surplus 8200,000 - 20,500 AndJSIIVERWARE. All goods sold engraved Iree of charge. TYour patronage respecttully solicited. Jim Hickey I feel terribly rocky this morning. I, went to see u friend off for Europe last night. Ed Stokes Did he got off? so; I CRAB ORCHARD Complicated Watch Repairs and Jim Hickey I guess Artistic Engraving a Specialty. didl Urooklyn Life. know I Baby'a Mistake. John B. Csfstleman. ROYAL Insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL;. BARBBE &CASTLEM AN MANAGERS, The Wife The nightyou weroaway, John, the baby cried for nearly seven hours. The Husband Why didn't tell him I wasn't here; ho would have stopped then. Iloston Globe. Judged by Appearances. Maud Why do you think she's a woman? Ellen Her children always look so frightfully unwashed. Chicago strong-minded Uec-ord. More Sensible. Commerce Building, Louisville bills. Dicer I' d rather look out for bills. Trutlt. uine ten-dollar Trivet Look out for counterfeit two-doll- ar gen- Agents throughout the South. A Confirmed Raehelor. W. JL TBXSBLX, Lootl Agrtnt, STANFORD, KY. Cholty I Intend never to marry woman who knows more than I do. Cynica So you intcud to remain bachelor. Jury. Attention of the public is invited to the fac Stanford that this is the only National Hank in Hank Act Under the provisions of the Mtlonal by the capital not depositors are stockholders1 liability .lor an stock. butbT the the stock, so that depositors ol amount equal to or $400,000 this Institution are secured by a fund of the bank rive sworn statements of theeondition United SUtes forem-M.?u- d the each Its .Iset. areexamln.dat sUMaUui This famed Summer Resort, with its by government agents, thus securing aJdititona andperfect safety to depositors.estatllshed as the This institution, orijtinally Surand HoAling Deposl Bank of Stanford in sand ol Stanrodln uedaa the National Bank First National Bank ol e uninter-ruDU- d Sunlord In iS8, has had practically an supplied ihtenceof ja yearl. It la better lacllitle. or transacting-n and liberally than ever before in h!.nr.M career. Accounts of corporations, solic- and Udmdual. retpectfully "xha Directory of this Bank it composed ol T.J. Foster, of Stanford; county ; Health and pleasure seekers will find this ForestuiReid, Lincoln J.W.Hayden, Stanford; IAN S.H. Iiaughman,) Lincoln; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; S. T. Harris, I.lnroln; To rcoer tlifir wonted health and energies and at the same time secure quiet, liomollle fare at J. S. Hocker. Stanford; O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Hill, Stanford. W.O.Welch, Stanford; Ir ce of Board from 5; to Ju perreek. W. .P.Tate, Stanlord. Fo further InlormaUou apply to OFFICKKS: GUS HOFMANN, I.S. Uocktr, President; J McRoberU, Cashier; Crab Orchard, Lincoln County, Ky. John J. A. A. McKinnTi Assistant Caahler. SPRINGS. Waters Boatful roundings, Trunklnc vou lor vour IlLerl last H'Aion, f respectfully rfiuest its cnntin, ,,,-.-. during me coming season. Indeed 1 expect all tit All persons holding stoi'L in the lluttonvilln and use tne Carpenters Creek Turnpike Co. are requested to come before the Uourd of Directors at lluitunville of stocL, on June 3, iboj, produce their certificate receive diwdeiids and new certificates in place of Kortheae reasons; First. It is made by a home liv order of the Hoard. the old oues. Institution. Second, the Ice is absolutely and W. I). WEATHERKORD. I'rc. ,0 chemically pure, being made from spring water which is first distilled and then carefully filtered before belntr frozen. Third, Artificial Ice will last much longer than pond Ice. Fourth, an epidemic pr cholera is looked lor durinjr the year and nothing is so apt 10 produce or spread this disease as impure water or ice. Fifth, it will be Notice to Stockholders. tuiu,.. r. 1 MANUFACTURED ICE, THE GOFFEY HOUSE STANTORD, KV., 'W JOSEPH COFFEY. Pro'r. Delivered Regularly and Punctual! t your Doors wainM-organiiedaith- "TsSi Is Now Open for the ception of Guests. Re- Every morning at the lolloping Prices: This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, is now For 100 pounds or over 40c per hundred. in my charge and 1 intend to conduct it so as to not only maintain its high reputation, but to add For 50 pounds to 100 45C per hundred. to Its long list ol friends. Special accommodaFor 10 to jo pounds.. 50c per hundred. and tin looiua.for tions for commercial travelers No less than 10 pounds delivered. the dlsploy of samples. o E. A!First-Clas- s Saloon ntlEMER. Aad BILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached j7-- t JOSKPH COFFKY. DR. JOS. HAAS ADMIRABLE PLACE Hog & Poultry Remedy !. Th. FooVtlly. i'i l Reasonable Rates. Used Successfully Fifteen Tears. Will arrest disease, prevents disease, cxfels worms, stop cough, Increase the flesh aud hasten The finest fruit belt of New Mexico. No fall ure in crops under irrigation if properly attended to. All fruits ktuwu iu California can be i;run In New Mexico, except oranges and lemons. to Jjo per acre on 10 years' tune, at Land from 6 per cent. Call on or address, R. C. MORGAN, D, D S., Stanford, Ky. maturity. Prices. $1.50, Ji.aj and jo ceuu per package; can $13.50. The largest packages are cheapest. 1'or sale by A. R. PENNY, 97- atautoru, Ky. 'ViiiriiniBira