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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893061601 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. FTf- - - i X' Semi-Weekl- y vol.xxi. WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. DANVILLE. J Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. JUNE 16. 1893. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. CRAB ORCHARD. ! NO. 31 Misses Georgia and Willie Bowman Children's Day exercises weru held ut the Methodist church Sunday morn have returned to Danville, aftor an absence of several mouths iu Missouri and iKProfs. T. 0. Noo uml A. CJ. I'etry are Illinois. Tho ladies of the Methodist church leaching a Normal school at tho Instigave a supper Tuesday evening in tho tute. Mr. and Mis Hanson, of Herea, via vacant residence opposite tho Ames, last Receipts $7S. ited Mr. and Mrs. Georf-Leslie Gtinn, about 22 years old, a week. Hicks, president of aon of Henry Gunu, a prominent citiMrs. Amanda Clinton College, attended the commence zen, died Tuesday of dropsy aud waa buried Wednesday evening. went. The members elect of the democrat Her. Oldham, of Mt. Gary, Ohio, preached at the Concrexational church ic county committee of Boyle, will meet at tno court nouso Monday 10th Inst., Sunday. WilliamaburK are pre- to organize and elect a chairman. Thu people of Prof. W. C. Griustead will continue paring to have u big picnic at the fair as principal of the Danville public Krounda on July 4th. The Williamsburg and Mt. Ash hchool next year. His aasictants will be nines played a game of ball at tho fair Misses Barker and Green and Mrs. Lucy rounds and tho score stood 'Jl to I in Welch. K. H. Fox, photographer, is arrangfavor of Williamsburg. Tho Kentucky Lumber Company ing a "Centru College Kxhibit" for the have about finished their new planlnir World's Fair. There will be nictnres of llll. It is erected on tho same site b11 the buildings, of the various presi where one burned lust October, but it in denta, distinguished alumni. Ac. Miss .Minnie Kastham has returned much longer and capable of doing more from Mavsville, after an absence of sevwork. Tho Mt. Ash church society gave a eral mouths. Hon. P. W. Hardin, Hev. musicalo at tho court hou.se Saturday Dr. Blanton aud JudgeSwango, of Frank-forwere among our commencement night to a crowded house. Several of ami their songs visitors. the singera were Welsh Henry Gardner, who hit Bob Jones were very entertaining. The U. A: N. ran a special train from Jellico to bring in the head with a hatchet, was sent to from tho itolice court the crowd down, aud returned after the the Thursday for 13 days. Bob and Henry entertainment. Kdltor J. D. Henry, of tho Herald, had made friends by the time the case went to Danville, III., last week. He came up for trial. Tho graduates from the D. A D. will return in a few days and bring his his family with him. MUws I.. M. and Institute this year were Miss Lucy , Itoaa Myers, ot Woodbine, and Anabel Ueed, of Williamatowu, Miss Belle of Wobbvllle, and Mr. Robert Carter, of Franklin, visited hero last weok. U. A. Denhatn aud Dr. W. V. Zahn, of Ixuisvil!u. Mr. J. W. Proctor, Watklns weut to Louisville Tuesday president of tho board of commissioners, presented each of them with a fine Oxnight. Monday was jkjIIcu court ilay and ford Bible and a certificato of honorable most of tho time waa spent iu trying J. discharge. Col. Nicholas McDowell, commisW. and George Morgan for cutting W. day. They were sioner of agriculture, brought from the H. Hoss on decoration found not guilty because Hon had made World's Fair this week a flue specimen threats and raised tho dilllculty with J. of Australian wheat. The grains are W. Morgan over some testimony he gave very large and the color clear and bright. before the grand jury at tho May term of A bushel weighs OS pounds and the growth 42 bushels to the acre. Tho circuit court. Williamsburg Institute coin commissioner hopes to secure some of it Thu for meiicument took place Iwit week, ac- ers, distribution among Kentucky farmjjjjy cording to the program given in our last Miss Bertie Snail, of this place, and letter. Hev. Taylor delivered an excel- Mr. Henry L. Godaey, of Hazel Green, lent lecture Thursday evening to a were married at ( a. m , Thursday at the crowded house. His subject was Mate residence of the bride's aunt, Mrs. Kliza riallsm. He spoke very forcibly of this Akin. Rev. Bruce Trimble, Mt. Sterevil and warned tho young men prenent ling, performed the ceremony, which morn-into carefully avoid it. On Friday was witnessed by a few relatives and in tho graduating class delivered their timate friends of tho parties. The bride orations and received their diplomas has lived iu Danville since childhood The following voting men composed the and is a general favorite. Mr Godhey clacs: A.J. Meadors A. J. Parker A. graduated from Centre College last year. S. Petry aud K. I.. Mephens. Thee air Ho mii a winner iu several oiatorical the tirst graduate! the Institute has contest! and is a splendid speaker fu. turned out. The music wn furninhod one of lits years. Since leaving college by Crouch'H orchestra, of Knoxville, and he has been engaged in teaching devotFriday night tho orchestra gave an en- ing his loiMtre hours to tho study of law. tertainment which was quite a aucceas. The 70th annual commencement of Tho people are ways sorry to aeo tho Centre College began last Sunday by the schools close, as wo lone so many nice baccalaureate sermon by President W young ladles and gentlemen. C. Young. Tho oratorical contest followed Monday night, when the first LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. prize was won by Richard G. William.-'-, Tho kindergarten school closeH Fri- of Ml. Vernon. His subject was "Nationday. al Ideals." Bent Goodloe, of Danville. John Uoblnson's show hold over whs given the 2d prize. F.J. Dully, of tickets nnd all who were here didn't Ostium, Kansas, ami S. S Bagby. oi go in. Danville, were tho other speakers. On Thirty two wagon loads of people Tuesday morning tli class day exercised caino bore from Clay, Leslio and Perry were held at the College chapel. W. II. counties to be at John Robinson's .show. Sallee, of Danville, waa chairman, W. H. H. Tomlin8on, of Lancaster, camu II. Funk, of Lebanon, historian, James here Tuesday evening to attend circuit II.Sango, of Frankfort, prophet, G. B court. Ho should have read tho I. J. Swinebroad, of Boyle county, grumbler, closely. CL. Jones, of Mill Springe, gifton'an; Our good old friend, George Hughes, A. R. Griggs, Lincoln county, poet, Marformerly of your county, ia out again, tin D. Hardin, Frankfort, c.asa orator. after a severe time with hia lungs, caus- Tuesday evening the annual tield day ed by a case of grip. exhibition of tho Athletic Association Col. U. 0. Ford is hero from Clay was held on tho grounds. Kvery event county. He has lately traded oil his was well tilled with contestants and all moustache for a farm. (Jen T. T. Gar- were interesting. rard is seriously ill again at his homo in Tho Alumni Association was Clay county. at S i. m. by Hon. Charles Fisk Commonwealth's Atttorney W. U. Beach, of Now York, a member of the Kamsoy ia at home from Owsley court. class of 1S77, a distinguished lawyer an The next circuit court will be held in author of standard law hooks. Wednesday beginning at 10 a. m. tho Islio county, commencing on Monday, closing exercises took place, at the SecJune 10. ond Presbyterian church. Twenty young HORSE TALK. men graduated. Thoy were: Henry P. Picknicker won the Now York Han- Brown, Henrv O. Buell, Thomas M. George Fulton, William II. dicap in 2:07 . The Kansaa colt, Patsy Curtis, 2:101. Funk, Archie R. Griggs, Martin D. Hardin, Edward II. Hudson, Claude L is 171 hands high. old colt by Direct Jones, Frank Kennedy, David O. King, A paced a quarter in 39 i seconds in Cali- James L. Mc Williams, Courtney John P. Pratt, William H. Sallee, fornia the other day. Nellie W. will soon start in Indiana John W. Scott, James II. Swango, G. B anj good results from tho great gray Swirjebroad, Felix B. Twidwell. Upon all tho graduates tho degree of mare may be expected. Clifford ran a mile and a quarter In bachelor of arts was conferred, except will Messrs. Twidwell, Brown, Joues, Sallee i!:0G at Latonia and many think ho and Parmele. These were made bachelAmericau Dorby winner. be the Axtel is driven 10 or 12 miles on the ors of science. Tho degree of A. M. in road on olT dayB and on the others ho course was conferred on Rev. J. M. on the track. Bruce, of Glasgow; M. T. Overstreet, does mlleB and repeats of Philadelphia,' is Beechland; H. G. Turner, Swallowfleld; Mayor Filler, C. C, L. D. Noel, Middlosboro. Rev. J. G. struck on fast horses himBelf. has nothing to do but pull Praigg, of Tuscaloosa, Ala., waa made a 2:141, now f f Illill ..fA Inn that gentleman s pii.i:.u.., gait, how- doctor of divinity and Vico President A. E. Stevenson an L. L. D. quently goes a ever. BB- 0. B. Cottrell, tho great printing-pres- s will builder, died at Providence MonIt is said that Don Carloa Buell day. register of the treasury. appointed poat-ollico t, work-hou- se Luns-ford- -- g Pete Hampton came over to the circus and occupied a seat next to the ring. While tho girls were dancing the ballet Pete wore a smile as big as a ham. Mr.T. B. Walker will bo married Nicholasvilloto Miss Bark ley. They will return hero immediately after the ceremony aud a reception will bo iriven them at the residence of Mr. B. F. Hudson. Mr. and Mrs. Walker will re side on his farm near town, formerly tho John Gill place. The temperance meetings at the court house continue with increasing interest. Tne music is an interesting part of the programme. The choirs, composed of the singers of all the churches in town, is assisted by two cornets, tenor and slide trombone. Tho meetings nre held twice daily at 3 and 8 o'clock i si, Some speakers from a distanco have been secured and will take part from now on to tho election. John Robinson's circus drew a tremendous crowd to town Wednesday. The show is an unusually good one but hns tne regular gang of thieves, bunco meu etc., following It. While the parade waa in progress deputy postmaster Eph Brown was out in front with his eyes aud mouth swung open starring in amazement at the nights when ho heard a racket in tho ollice. Upon eutorini: ho saw a fellow jump out the back window and disappear. Brown was just in time as the follow was at work on the cash drawer. Two of the ballet dancers went into Capt. Peacock's jewelry store and asked to see some bracelets. After pricing several of them they started out, but the captain had seen one of the girls drop a gold bracelet into an umbrella which she carried and made her return it. Misses Alice Young and Grace d have returned from college. Misses Maud Robinson and Bessie Burnside aro visiting Miss Watts in Richmond. Misses Mamie Noel aud Sue Herring attended the commencement exercises at Danville. Mr. Ed Sparks and wife spent Sunday with Mrs. S. Marrs. Mrs. Dr. Jltish and Miss May Hughes left Wednesday for Cynthiana to visit Mr. Man-d- y Grennan. Mr. John Feeney and Mips Bernico Baughman, of Richmond, attended the circus Wednesday. Dr. Herring aud family will leave next week to vieit the World's Fair. Mrs. Jako Joseph and children have returned from a visit to Eton, Ohio, and thu World's Fair. Mios Lizzie Walker returned from Point Burnside Monday. Messrs. Bake and Woods Walker attended the Wdker-Barkle- y wedding at Nicholasville Thursday. Mr. Ed Gaines is visiting his sister, Mrs. II. M. Ballon. Mrs. Judge Walker and daughter, Miss Mattio attended tho closing exercises of Central University of Richmond. Miss Allie Walker is visiting relatives heie this week. can-vasse- d Kiu-nair- Mr. W. E. Perkins is sick with nn attack of Hnx hut better at this writing. -- Rev. Julian, of Stanford, preached a splendid wmou at the Baptist church Sunday morning and appointed a delegate to the County Missionary Association. -- The meeting at the Christian Church is proving to he one of the most interesting ones held here for vpb ti.o m ing services are intended more especially .w. hid wemuers and pvpi-i- t nna nt should try to attend, as they are sure to Rowland gone skyward but Stanford still left, with more good barreceive suflicient food for thought to gains at our store than have ever been seen in any inland town. We oi rreai oenetit, and will go away feeling that it was good to have been sound the call, loud and long: Come over and help us and at the same time help yourself. there. Mr. I). B. Edmiston spent Sunday at home. Master Johnnie Edmiston is homo from Kirksville where he has been attending school. Miss Eva Steger, who has been attending echool in Stanford, came homo Saturday, accompanied by In every line of stuff we handle. Miss Leila Clay Allen, of North Clothing, Shoes, Hats. Underwear, Caroli Dress Goods, all must be reduced. Boyle, Garrard, Rockcastle, Launu, one of the pupils yf the Stanford Mrs. Artman, a handsome widow rel, Pulaski, come if you would see butchery. The Axe is laid at the of Florida, is viaitimr Miss Snll.v root of the tree and , and other relatives here. In our cemetery hero in Crab lie the remains of nn hoir. . fromthelookHofthe grave you would This Stock and when we give you prices you will realize it. Come not be able to distinguish it from that all and sec us. oi wio very numblest pauper in our county. No board even, to till ho- and as if in pity of the cruel neglect shown her memory by those who MU wie inousanils she left, the friendly locust and grosn brier aro entwining their brioches as if to hide the place from view. One diamond from the J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. lot she bequeathed to her husband's relatives would be suflicient to place a quiet slab with her namo upon it. Alas! 1893. how soon we are forgotten. Full corps of Comcrvmtorjr and Normal School teacher. Superior courses ia Literature, Mutlc and Calamity to Others. ? To Some Brings Good i.. We are Now in the Fightto Reduce Col-leg- e. Or-char- d We Mean to Reduce HUGHES & TATE. n, y to-da- Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 5th MEN'S AND BOY'S Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. fl An. Eicelltnt boarding department. 1 MIDDLEBURG. ft,-0- address-Tuesda- y 1 mm. Cor-neliBo- 1 There will be a picnic iu McD, Royally's woodland Saturday. McD. Jones sold to Geo. Drye a o of yearling heifers at 2c. The wife of Stevo Goodman piesent-ehim with a weo little girl on thu 10th iiist. Jell' God by has bought of J. R. Carson his property adjoining. Janie Wash Institute. Mr. Caraou wi'l mote to his farm he bought of J. W. McWhorter. Rev. M. M. Vines came up from Louisville Thursday and is boarding at Mrs. Mary R. Foglo's. Ho preached at thu Baptist church Sunday morning and night. While the river was at high tide last week, Mr. W. P. Keotioy, who is an expert at haudling a boat, entered a frail cralt at a distance of some 200 yards above the mill dam aud panned over nnd came out bolow without oven being spattered witli water. Several young' couples from this place attended the cloning exercises of Christian College at ilustonvillo last week. Some of them came back complaining that they could not get supper up there for either lovo or money. This they thought a little too bad in tho facu of the fact that the Hustouvillians who attended tho closing exercises of the school hero in wagons were bountifully fed at the hotel hero at the rate of 11.45 per wagon load. - cot.-pl- d George Lerisy has bought Baker's farm just west of town. As it has been moved from Rowland Rockcastle hopes to have the railroad division located at Livingston. A cow belonging to Adam Bryant and a yearling calf, the property of Sam Smiththat were bitten by a rabid dog a Btiort time ago, were attacked by rabies Tuesday and had to be shot. Mr. C. C. Williams and sister, Mrs. Cleo Brown, were present at the oratorical contest at Centre College. Hugh Miller has now under his charge the crusher at Clermont, in addition to the Maretburg crusher. Mr. R. G. Williamp, a talentedyoung orator of our town, was awarded the first medal iu the oratorical contest June 12 at Centre College. Mr. Williams was a member of the Sophomore class. His subject was "National Ideals." The Sunday-echoo- l convention, conducted by Mr. Boswell, was quite a success. W. J. Sparks was president. Among the delegates wo noticed Mr. J. C. Allen and wife, of Livingston and Messre. Henry, Albright and Harding. . J. Newcomb was at home .Mr. for a day from Richmond on Tuesday. unanes anarsdall is working nights wnile loin Heaton is at home iu Coon Hollow. Mrs. Tobe Lair, of Livingston, is visiting her brother, Mr. Coffee, near town Misses Ella and Lucille Joplin, are visiting fiiends in Garrard. Pauline and Bessie McClure returned from Louisville Tuesday. Mrs. Angie Clark visited tho family of Mr. George W. Baker, London, last week. The family of Mr. Parker, near Pine llill, had a narrow escape from crema tiou .Monday night. When Mr. Parker awokoa part of theioof was falling in. Beiug unablo to Und the door he hrnW out a window sasli and after making his exit, coulj only nrouse tho rest of tho family by throwing stones through the windowa of the second story. The young ladies barely escaped by climoing down the pillars of tho portico. Everything was lost. The house was tho property of James Joues. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. CLOTHING! New Stock, New Styles, H. J. McROBERTS. JUST IN The first day of June was the day on which we began the Cash Slaughter Sale, -- OF Dry Goods, Clothing Ladies' Slippers. The low prices at which we propose to sell the above mentioned articles we call moving and you will decide with us when you find how Ridiculously Low STEPHENS & KNOX. -- i it) We sell these goods. No man in Lincoln county carries as fine goods and as elegant styles in Clothing as we. Come at once and secure a bargain. TO THE- - two-hor- se Ill-mont- Par-mel- e, 1 ,... World's Fair Excursions. The C, II. A D. will allow at Cincinnati on all tickets reading that way. On all regular World's Fair tickets from the South or Southern Ohio and reading via Cincinnati aud the C, will be alH. AD. to Chicago, astop-ovelowed within tho life of tho ticket, nnd pnv-- I passengers can secure tho stop-ovilege by depositing the tickets with the Merchants and Manufacturers' Association at Cincinnati. For rates, folders and and full information regarding the world's trip, including special inducements offered by tho citizens of Cincinr nati for in the Queen City, address any C, H. A D. agent, or E.O. G. P. and T. A. World's Fair Route. 200 W. 4th street, Cincinnati, O. stop-over- s r er At Martinsville. Ind.. Elizabeth Glassburn sued her husband for divorce and obtained it and J 3,000 alimony. Be foro Glassburn paid the alimonv hn newed the courtship and the couple were again unueu in marriage. At PariB, Rsv. Mr. Varden, a Baptist preacher, informed John T. Hintou, Jr., a youth who was calling on his daughter, that Jie must go home and not pay the young lady any more attention. Hinton drew his pistol aud fired twice at the preacher, but missed him. The young man grow ao excited that insanity developed and now he is a raving maniac. Have You Read It? We mean thu interesting little book giving full account of the Microbe Theory and the reasou why Stockton's Antiseptic is such a wonderful remedy. For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford. m Farmers of Lincoln We call your attention to the Late Improved Co. H'V stop-ove- three-minut- e be . mt Charles Morris, a diamond thief, We would rather he a July watchthrew pepper in the eyes of n Louisville jeweler and grabbed a tray full of jewels man in a Georgia watermelon natch than and tied, but was captured alter an ex- to dwell in the tents of the wicked at Washington forever. Billville Banner. citing chase. And would say to you never buv without first examininrr it. w a. sure you that it is the simplest, most durable and the lightest draft machine on the market and less liable to get out of order. Call and it. It is represented at Crab Orchard by W. A. Carson, at Stanford by D. B. Stager, at McKinnev bv Alford & McKinnev at k'inrrc. ville by W. L. McCarty and at Hustonville by John Riffe. Mew Buekeye Machines, Kept by each agent. a.ll ZKiiisriDs of :e&:ejf.a.i:r,s Don't fail to see the Buckeye Machines. M- . , j,?- - - uv flr ? "Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal I NEWSY NOTES. THE K. M. V. A. Mrs. Eliza Wood has boon appoint-- o post-mast- er The Old Soldiers Hive a Reunion and Good Time at Wildie, in Rockcastle Generally. Stanford, Ky., W. F WALTON. Jwris 16, 1893 county. John L. Osmond was electrocuted at Sing Sing for the murder of his wife and cousin. Gen. Frank Wolfoni is in a critical condition and his death is liable to oc cur at any time EIGHT : PAGES IFIRIID-A.ir- . EVERY John Henry Wil son, who haa been ill so long at Washington, is at last convalescent. f i H rw National banks, with an aggregate capital of more than six million dollar, have failed since last Janu ary. A Philadelphia boy named John Smith is so much iu love that he hasn't Tlw Cltt pi'l'cCS bt Will UlC Storil. Wt' llUVC SUt'd been able to eat for more than ten UtO pnCCS JU Uit do I'CSt. days. HPVPI' Ot) OV, Ulld f,( Hlftp'i UCVCr George M. Phillips, of Br.tdfords-ville- , i shot himelf with suicidal intent, because of failure to procure employment. A Springfield, Ohio boy, 11 yoars of Good Xe. Good .ic. nge, has been convicted of arson. Ho I goods he, Gc 7c, Su-siys ho set tire to the home merely to motion. see it burn. Koori. , - 7 . . 7 J JT I 7 ....-..- . I Miss Vivian Sartoris, tho daughter uv soia,7 a. of Nellie Grant Sartoria, will go on the be We sUgo next season. She is Hi and is study .i . be ing now in isullalo. : Sam Clay, Jr., has been discharged slip- ; ,. Will go from jiil at New York, the lOUr nunr mill. n,. The WHy of tho transgrebsor is hard. from whom ho stole SS.170 refusing to filtf-r Twenty-fouyears ago George Morris appear against him. boys. Soc, , Frank Heed, city passenger agent of murdered Robert Hudson, near .Mobile, vests 5 Oc. ,, Ala. He fled the country and became a the Monon, has been promoted to the . Y. Oc. We wanderer on the face of the earth. Fi- general passenger agency, to succeed 1 i na v ! rt u ....4.f.rt,A . . 1 If--- . . iicuictu,iiiLa iu nally after nearly a quarter of a century James Barker, resigned. LUIS too C1E.V. W. J. LANDRAV. At Kernstown, Clark county, Bill to the strange desire of criminals to return to the scene of their crime overcame Shorter, a negro, was lynched for an at- address full of interesting information Morris and he went back to Mobile. He tempted assault on Miss Clevinger, of about tho Mexican war and its results was arrrected and lodged iu jail and Jeflereon county, W. V.i. nnd abounding in well turned periods, Sam Ailes, aged 73, and a citizen of which was liberally applauded. Tuesday was indicted on the evidence of a blind woman who swore that she Zaneaville, 0., fell out of bed and struck At the close of nis speech Gtn. Iin-draThe beautiful wreath in evergreeuc, the Moor with such violence that death recognized his voice. announced the serious illness of with the word "Mexico" in the centre, was caused almost instantly. Comrade Frank Wnlford anil moved Bicyclist Tom Hoe has begun his that a dispatch of condolence be sent was made by Mrs. Pamclia Brown, who The ex president of the Kentucky cannot be beaten iu that line. Her Press Association, Mr. 0. M. Meacham, race from New York to San Francisco him, which was adopted. daughter, Mrs Haydeu, was equally as' accompanied the editors on their against time, his schedule embracing (V who Gen. K. H. Hobson was the next skillful in making the Mexican and ' Chicago outing, says that not one of days, or "0 less than the record. speaker and he delivered an address full T. G. Calvert, the Lexington jewel- of pathos and tender feeling, showing American digs of the date of the war. them got tinder the influence of liquor .Dcilcr In, The stacks of arm", the s.ibres, spears ' during the whole trip, although it was er, haa been sued by a man for jlOOO, that his heart is in the light place. He as free as water. Another because his dog bit him. It is to be closed by saying it did him good to clasp and old time pistolw which covered the stage, carried the minds of tho old hoys says HO percent, hoped the bitten will get every cent Mr. Harry A. Sommers, the hand of any true soldier, whether back to th scenes of 4.7 years ago. editora of Kentucky do not drink of the In a panic caused by a lire in a New he wore the blue or the gray. The Gold Band furnished the muse at all. Is there another profession in York building tilled with "sweater shops" After dinner the veterans met again at the State which can show so much ab- five persons lost their lives, one was fa- the Opera House and fought the war and did themselves proud. The veterstemiousness under such circumstances? tally injured and five others were hurt. over aisain. Harrodsburg was selected as ans and citlr.enR alike are thankful to them Mrs. Kate Kerch, living near We wot not: the next place of meeting and tho ilalo And- The veterans are nil hale and hearty W. Va , having lost her reason, fixed for Sept. 15, next. Gen. of Judgo W. M. Fin-leThe retirement looking men and althouuh most of them poisoned two of her young children, president and J. G. Crad-docfrom the Louisville Post, which is threw two others into a well and then was chosen and ten, they seem secretary. Highly complimentary were pist three score announced to occur July 1, will be sadly killed herself. to be good for many more years upon resolutions of thanks to the Stanford regretted bv his legion of newspaper and There has been & big drop in the people were adopted and tho verv pleas- the earth that they have made better by its managother friend?. Ho has been their sojourn upon it. price ot bicycles, lne Warwick, the adjourned at a late hour. ing editor for years and has always kept Majestic and the Psycho companies have ant meeting Col. Jons G. Cradhock, of the Paris At : o'clocK the old soldiers and some it in the middle of the straight and nar- reduced their prices from J150 and S !? Kentuekian, who has "fit" in every war 100 others sat down to a sumptuous dinrow road of correct journalism. We do to 15 and SSTi. Revolutionary, was hero yes fl Clotl JiiV, Hoots, Miocs, &c ner at the Myers House especially pre- since the not know what the judge's plans are, Prof. N L. Tupton, professor of pared under the direction of Mrs. P. W. terday. The old man seems to hpve making arbut we rather think he is chemistry in the A. and M. College at Green, who also had tho dining room drunk at Ponce de Leon's famed fonn. rangements to take Surveyor Dan Col- Auburn, Ala., one of the most eminent appropriately and beautifully decorated. ta u of youth, as h'fl is renewed like tbo lier's position in the custom-housscientists and teachers of chemistry in The dinner was an excellent one and it eagle's. Cait F. J. Wiiitk, the lightning com- the South, is dead was discussed with avidity. finv. McOmbary has secured n lucrapositor ho for many years set typo in Eleven ladies were injured and a Following is a list of those present: live government position for the father this office, was mingling Mith his old of an Oklahoma baby, which was chris- thousand scared almost out of their wits Gen. W.J. Landram, Lancaster. comrades of the Mexican War yesterday. tened James B. McCreary Mahon. by the giving away of the reviewing Gen. K. H. Hobson, Greensburg. And sec lus stock and get his prices before buying. If you The bid man is now 7.5, but is as spry as need hereabouts, who have a stand while the Shriners were in proYoung fathers J. M. Dormau, Jessamine county. a two year old and we were plsed to cession at Cincinnati. longing to sere their country for the J. S. Randall, Williamsburg. sue him holding his own so well. Lightning struck a tree near Frank J. White, Lancaster. loaves and fishes, might make a note of this State, and Frank Murry, a W. P. Wade, Perryville. this and do some similar christening NKW ADVKRTISESCK.V1N farmer, happened to be under it. The You should see him. W. H. Prewitt, Perrpville. themselves. shock he received deprived him of the 1) 2d Infantry. A. W. Baker, Co. It is reported from Washington that power of speech but otherwise he was Charles Gallagher, Lancaster. K. D. .FOR. Ben Johnson, of Bardstown, is to be giv unhurt. O. P. Springer, Harrodsburg. l a candidate for re rleclion to th- ollicc of William Mitchell created a sensation en the collectorship in the Louisville of Lincoln County, subject to iction of the J. J. Smiley, Co. A 1st Cavalry. ilemocntic party. district. Mr. Johnson has been Speaker in Boston by calling his wife, who was J. K. Huflman, HuHtonville. of the Kentucky House and held other attending church, to the door and shoot J. T. Harris, Stanford; offices fully up to his deserts and it looks ing her in the vestibule. Mrs. Mitchell E. F. Arthur,, Williamsburg. I a cunil date for jailer, tulu'Ct 10 ihe action of like Borne of the other fellows ought to is not fatally hurt, but her husband will G. D. Smiley, Milledgville. the duoocrACv likely be before he gets out of the trou get this plunu W. C. McCormrck and wife, Lincoln ble. county. Gilukrt Garbard is spoken ot as a Secretary Carlisle states that of John B DicketBon, Stanford. In acndidate for JJlUr, 'ukiect to the action of candidate for county judge of Clay. The 3S9,8flfi,:i74 in full legal tender silver Reuben Williams, Stanford. the old jeffronian democracy county is 500 republican but he is such money issued since 1S7S, only $rS,0U,-01- 9 J. G. Craddock, Paris. a popular man and his qualifications are was in actual circulation June 1. The Hugh Logan, Hustonville. W. W. HAYS, so well known that it is Baid he can be total coinage since 1S78 has ben $110,-2i- ) Skelton Coleman, Crab Orchard. I a mudidnte lor jailer, tiiblect to tho ation cl easily elected. Go in Gil. The out layi,S35, or more than 50 times as much Capt. J S. Bosley and wife, Lincoln the OiiinKucv ing "deestrics" are solid for you. as was coined during a previous period county. HAMPTON, of SI years. show-tha- t J. F. Florence, a Mexican, who came Some test votes in the House Cardinal Gibbons is for the Sunday to the United States ai the cloe of the It a candidate for Jailer, in'' ret to ilir action of disposed to the Legislature is the democracy. Orders for Hrend by Mail or Telegraph Promptly Attended the capitol. Wo would think that opening of the World's Fair. He Bays war with Capt. Willis. to. Ad- A ndercon county. Jackson Holmes, of men who have staid as long in he regards the Lord's Day as one not a set ZIMMIiR, Stanford, Ky. SAM 31. OWENS, , Capt. J. H. McBrayer, Lawrenceburg. Frankfort as this Legislature has, would onlvof rest and religious observant-enThe following widows of veterans were la a candidate foe Sheriff of I.lmitlii romilj, ul- hut of innocent recreation as well, and want to move anywhere. he declares tho gates hhould be thrown present: Mrs. Capt. Win D.iugherty, ject U Ihi'tion vt thv democratic i runar). Mrs.Thos. T. Daviess, Mrs L. I. FaulkAll his newspaper and other friends open dining Sunday afternoon. Kditor J. M. Richner, Mrs. Martha Paxton. will sympathise with TCHURCHAFFAIRSo Sheriff of inro loss of bin beloved mother, The old picture of Col. T. W. Napier, la candidate for of the deiinKr.it! n primmty, ') ardson in the try jc. to the .tenon i which has hung for years iu the Circuit at her home in Montgomery, who died The great evangelist, S. M. Martin, it Ala., Wednesday. He whs her only closed a meetiiig at Atlanta Sunday with Court room, occupied a prominent posi- -) 31. I tion on the Bt.uie. I ho colonel wont out 105 additions. child. li a candidate lur member of the I.ckjivlatu-- ' fn' ' Rev. W. A. Slaymaker will preach as second lieutenant in Capt. Daugher-ty'- s Lincoln count) , u'jfit to unnuiuti the of the Col. J. J. Hktkii, president company and was promoted for gal- - mecracy at the church at Rowland at i m. SunJorunal Printing Co , has been appoint-e- day. llo wa-j- i Inntrv to first lieutenant. at Newport The wounded a nuinh-- r of times, hut surviv That H.VKVIvY 115211 is an excellent one and high, feeling, which was instill- ed them all to do ycomuii service for the In in , . r, i "'!' to tuttjectt .1,J,., h ly deserved 'n hvki Lcauuturc, iw- -i the .mu toiintytin' I.u e ... H ot ed by the Sam Jones revival at Bowling uim vuiiKi;, Lincoln county who motrAcy. man ever lived in The Senate refused to concur in the Green, has given away to one of vi: - -- . posaccseil to a greater tlegreo the love and right now tho bon-to- n House resolution to adjourn sine die cotilKlence of the people than Col. July 3. Didn't we "told you so," Brer. "sassiety" is making arrangements for a and grand ball. Twas ever thus. These Napier. They delighted to honor lllll Ia Candidate fcr Jailer of uuoln county.. mid Johnson? any iitkn hi. frltnds lint to to mm triiitmlve- The simplest binder made. ultra waves of religious or other enthu- and he could alwuyu have had any gift in one elte. Hi candidacy la aulj t to the u n tl holding minor po tlin Dunocralic party W. Daniel will deliver siasm rarely last from Senator John their power. Heaidea first quarter to an addres at the Chicago Fair on Vir- full moon. Pitionshe wasBhcriirand county jude vJ. ginia day, Aug. 7. The oration which for two terms. Mb. K. I). Kenneuv announces himself Or Uvo horse binder. DecrinjT Mower and Dccrlng Binder Among the decorations- of the stage he delivered on the unveiling of the ROWLAND, KV, Call on us for a beautifully d histrated catalogue, "Triumphs Twine. was the hattle Hag under which the vicLee monument at Lexington and anoth- in this issue a candidate for HARDWARE, fof the of the Washington to the office of assessor. The two terms tory at liuena Vista was won. It was OEALER IN GROCERIES, er on the dedication 19th Century, describing Chicago, the World's Fair, and the bit? specimens of his finest that Mr. Kennedy has held the office sent from tho library at Frankfort and is lias moved into hli new store at IKn junction of Deering works; also a lot of neat Monument are memorandum books. It will be to the Stanlord n. rail Or hard and ' ( ut jft ' pik have made him thoroughly conversant torn into tatters. Two little streamers at Kowland and i now hotter than ever pirjtured the interest of every farmer who needs eloquence. machines to see us before buy to pleie the trade In both Richard Jouett Menefee, a retired with its duties and it would be hard to are attached hearing the woida Uueca ing elsewhere. We always be found at the office of the Stanford j'liiciiw, IVUIltl ailll.T. merchant of Louisville, is dead. Ho was find a man who would till the iiodition Vibta and McKee and Clay, the latter riTocrc Ob1 added to ln He the son of the celebrated Hichnrd- Ii. more creditably than he. .. Ilia democn- - the nainea of. the two gallant Kentuck Etc. havinghni recently pay anil greatly by bad MfecV ., . . . i .. ... . . no Ion to no uvch in it.... noted andcan mil you rent cheaper than any body, debit Menefee and the gram! son of the equal cy i.au nui iju (jueBiioiieu nor can uis nt-- j ians wno tosi ii ineir i! goods t all he W. H. HAYb, Asstant. and get bli price befrre buying 37 lyr ness for the place he aspires. ' battle. ly famous Matthew Joubtt. s the 22d. Finally, after much ehin mu-i- c and many protest?, it was screed to adjourn July lid by a vote of 43 to 12 ami a tabled, thus a motion to reconsider clinching the action so far as the House is concerned. The fc'er.ato will now have to take a wiTack at it, and the Capital thinks it reasonably certain that it will concui and that the oolst day of the will see the close of a term w hioh has been remarkable only lor the blunders and stupidity of its members. We fear Bro. Johnson is too sanguine. When the' Legislature actually adjourns and the members sneak oil" to their homos and outraged constituency, then and not till then will we believo that it haa any idea of adjourning Till nil tho money is drawn from the treasury or their time expires by limitation, the body will continue to do business at the old stand. pes-sion Bank failures aro reported all over The House refused to concur iu the resolution to adjourn Juno loth the country. The Nashville Savings Co. Senate and voted 17 to ;") against closing up on is the latest to go for n large amount. Twenty-one The Mexican veterans marched upon us yesterday and Stanford surrendered unconditionally and turned everything over to tho gallant soldiers who, 47 years ago, responded to their country's call and fought so nobly to increase our national importance and add to the pub lic domain. When tho old soldiers assembled at Walton's Opera House they found a beautifully decorated stage, prepared in their honor by the deft hands of fair women, and a house full of paople to greet John Bell them. After prayer by Gihson, President John II. McBr.iyer delivered a short speech. Hon. W. II. i Miller, in behdf of to.cn and tviunty, welcomed the vMtors to our homes and hearts nnd grow vloquem in recount. n,: i the d eedsof valor of the men before t him Gen. Landramthon delivered IJ-j- Competitors Turn PALE At Our Great Bargains. Talk about the great Dry Goods Bargain, here is the Queen of Them All. Several New York houses were forced to sacrifice their entire stock of Spring antl Summer goods at half price owing to the backward season and the stringency of the money market. Our spot cash offer proved irresistible and was accepted. We are therefore enabled to sell them for less than our competitors can buy them, and announce this the I Queen of All Sales. CXtrUOrdiliari low tell ....;,, till (WtaitlllJ you Law such an opportunity. ujjuii icia Challies and best brands of Calicos laid and plain white and - CllOUh BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. . F '''Mi .w & A. .d: .?.n - book-mak- er r fW'il k 1 Pacific Wash Linen . worth double the Kjuis at iuio worth Sa teens, Pers ian tiiu jii'uri'co Isiuilo jlu,llh ano jjuiiities win aiItnacr uieir former price. Just received .case of infant's shoes which will sold in this sale for loc, worth '(). nave also received a few cases of men's and ladies' shoes which will sold for $J, worth double the money. Children's and Misses' and Ladies' pers OW'lvricc. No other hnnsn nrnr did. at can spit tliesanie stcrlicg clothing as cheap as the Louisville Store. Liht wei$,lts for men and Summer coats for worth 75c Sccrsuclier coats and worth S I. Silk luster coats an d vests for $2, worth for double the money, the best N. blue contett pants for have cut aJ..a.au. unifies naif iieir former price uitwr sale, are numerous mention. 4- A. r- a V XtOTJISYIXXE I I O O JL KJJCXXL Yfi'irY. TE IC v J. K. Yan Arsdale HARDWIRE TO CAJLTi GROCERIES Par-kersbu- y k 1 e. INVITES Y CDU Hay-wic- Farming : Implements. KENNEDY, - X W.L.DAWSON, Fancy Groceries,Bread, Cakes,Fies Candies, Lunches.Frits, &c, JOHN BAILEV, CALL ON R. ZIMMER. THE BAKER. r's PETER A Good Me a '.: or 25 Cts. I T. I. NEWUND, I I NORTH, .11 Pi - LfiSA mla in nn ' i ,ftsif5?G I h iWm, .'5 d post-mast- er I "wnlu-me-again- i ," T. J. HATCHER I iiavi:i.()rsali:The Deering Improved Steel Binders, - HI. ZEailLTOIISr ThePony Deeping Binder. vl ' r-- fioous, - I awemttT T - a.. V '- -,. j -- . sssMBBMsMsBBpBBBMBBBMHWEM It -- ' pijp-ae-- w iftS r"A Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal . Binder twlno for OaiiKhman. Halo cheap. J. II. 3 A. B. Robertson & Bro.'s SPECIAL CLEARANCE SALE to-da- y ! Stanford, Ky., Junh Five different sixeH Leonard lee chewta. 16, 1893 Will bbvojdu L'OO per cent, of yonr ico bill. W. H. Woaren & Co. tt.CWA.vroM.Buti. Manager PERSONAL POINTS. John B. Mkkhiio.v, n life-lon- g demo- - Mim AnnikSthauii Is visiting Mini Nellie Dillion, in Lnucnflter. Miss Hulks Tayi.oii, o! Huatonvllle, is the guest of Mrs. G. 1). Cooper. Misa Gkoiwiik Whay 1h visiting Mlsn Heesiu Kichiirdii at Junction City. Miia. Kmily Hadtlky and Rowan Snuf-le- y lolt yesterday to visit in Columbia. MiKfl .Mauy .Mi'Kinnxy is visitinn her cousin, Mia Mliiva l'helpn, in M;idl-hoMil. OkoKOK crat and a good man for tho place, ia a candidate for jailer. He would greatly appreciate your assistance. I have opened a blacksmith and bug' gy and w agon repair shop back of Y eager it Vender's livery stable and aak n portion of the pitrodagu of tbo people of tbia vicinity. J) (J. Atkins. A cha yon picture, "On tho nml in a gilt frame, whs taken from College by mmtake. The person having it will greatly oblige Miis l'earl Burnside bv leaving it at the Myers House. A mkktinu of ia culled for t, n. II. lturi lu-l- , -- V I. I k Ijj r? of Stanford at Old Samuki, Tjirn.K, of MontinoMo, Ihib Halt to take steps to encourage been tho guest of his couhIii," lluury manufactures to locate here, and all , jiublic spirited eitixena aro invited to Ijmia.v, of MIldleKiroi it give aid and benefit by their preseueo. Mr.S.0. I21C- - Hest mciiean Wool Challies, umial prleo -For Silk Ctep.tn in hlit. pink, IwrfioN and vlaltiiii; rolativuM bero nnd at Ilustou-vill30 c. For all wind 10 inch novelty Dres Hood, L')C. Tn K Court of Appals has rvverxod white. reduced from (Be. the dci'iftinu of the Lincoln Circuit Court 45C- For Fin st Frentli Chaltie. worth (SoO and Mna. J. II. Hoekur and ehlldrnii, All silk printed China In miry black and For !." inch all wool "I'ieardy cunla" were T.V'. in ihe tii so of Ur. W. M. Duoroi vs Judge runted from and IticlmrJ, grounds. Toe. 15. Varnou hik! the iH) cent ecliool tax vlcit rela- W. to Springfield, Mo., l'or the finc-- t quality and uuwost dosigns -- I inch printed navy blue Cliiiu Silk. in the Crab Orchard Orchard district For 10 inch all wool stripe whipcords in French Sains, wore SBo. tives. from Soc. Brocaded China Silks In black, navy, red, Ix)trn Landuam, K) , our excellent will not bo collected. Miller it 0sley 25C-I9C- Finest French Orgnndios reduced from 10c. brown and gray, have boon (JOc. Lancaster rooorter. cuum over with bin represented tlie appellant. For o2 inch stripe Mohairs reduced from For printed Dotted .Swi, marked down father to the .Muxiriiu Vuterau re union e Mas. J. K. Waiiiikn Iibs receiycil l'or printed China silks in (must (piality from oOc. yeaterdny. of the death of her grand daughter, made, that wo have been elling at SL'Jo. 59c. For olugant ((utility of 10 inch all wool tail, 331C- For finest printed dotted Swisses reducrs Mil. V. H. MoUoiiKHiii little irl llallieS., daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. or checks and plaids original prices $1.15 69 C. For brocaded Chinas and black Chinas that very low but It is hoped now that W. Dawson, which occurred at Cleveed from 50c. are always tied and never sold under I. li:ia heed reached uud that she 65c- For ID inch spotted poplins in plain colors the land, 0 , ii few days Rgo. Deceased waa reduced ftoin 85c. will recover. For all .silk black Grenadines ruduced a lovely girl of 1(1, tho idol of her parents and Alice and the favorite of all her friends. Mimkh 1)1TIK Pii.uo.s from $L2.'). For new style all wool block checks, re $3 all wool Illnzcrs now $1. $: all wool Crepes Moore, two of Crab Orchard' prettiest duced from $1.2.'). 1c. For the now swivel Silks that are sold ev37 new $1.75. all wool Ciepcs now $2.25. $5.50 liirls, attended the opening hop at An attache ol this olllce lost an overery where at HOe. We will also otl'er about 15 novelty Dress Pattern Spriiik'a. Cae Jackets now $2.75. $9 Capes now $4.50. All coat between hero and Crab Orchard at los than half price. $15 patterns for Jfi.fB. wool Itlazer Suits $3 60. $20 Ready Made Suits Kiv. 0. K. I'owbi.i., who i asnlstlni; in last week. A notice was Insert$10.50 patterns for $5. $10. $10.50 Heady Made Suits 8. a meeting at Crab Orchard, wavon Wed ed in Friday's paper and Saturday a note nemlay'n .train, bound for Horse Civ to from Mr. John McCluro informed him marry a couple. that ho had found it. The moral of the Mim St'K Mm max I.asi.ky has return- story is that advertising pays, especially ed prettier than ever from South Ken- if you advertise in the Lntkiuoh Jouh-natucky College, at Ilopkinaville, where she graduated with the honors o) her Wantko. To sell cheap for cash, ceilclass ing, siding, flooring, base casings, mould-ilia's- , Miss Lorm: I'kkhink, who Iihh been framing and fencing, and all kinds the xuest of Miss Mary Mr Kinney, and of yellow poplar, pine and white oak F. L. Clifford, late depot agent here, Wk are authori.ed by J. A. OlvensMo who during her stay here inado many I!. It. KING. GKORGE B. rKEYVITT. friends, has returned tn her homo at lumber. Dressed lumber and building say that he is a enndidato for the demo- was acquitted of embf z.lement on permaterials a specialty, and for cash we cratic nomination for sherill'. emptory instructions of the court. He Maysvllle. was charged with misappropriating $770 C. Ci'bhan, wife and little will knock tho bottom out on low prices. l'lior. T. Tiik Bainbow Club entertained at Miss of the L. it X funds. There was a tie-laughters, Lillian and Allene, of Kansas For prices address The Dillion ManufacMORELAND, KY., ' F.thyl Beazley'a Wednesday , when feet in the indictment against him fori City, ami Miss Jennie Willmot, of Lex- turing Co., Dillion, Ky. Wo have opened up a nice line ol more than 100 of tho younger ladies and embezzling the funts of the Adams Kx-- I ington, nre the guests of Mr. and Mrs. .Mifs Hklkn Sai'flky wss the tlrst to gentlemen enjoyed tho best time of their press Co. and the matter was H. F. Jones. Dry respond to our cull for volunteers to dec- lives. Tlie Club is composed of Misses to the grand jury. Oscaii La Fay err Jonui and Thur-lo- ar orate the Opera House t.tagti in honor of Bess Woods, Annie Engleman, Sue Weed Jones, sons of Cyrus W.Jones, tho Mexican veterans, and to her, Mrs. Woods, Cooper Feland, l'earl Burnside, FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. of this county, are Hinong tho graduates S. V. Stagg, Mrs. J. W. Hayden. Misses Kdna Courts, Glenn Bibb, Maggie Bright, c Pa' sPot cas these goods bought them where vc could get For s,u.k. A large Cotswold buck.' at Central Unlverslly this session. They Mattie and Nannie VanDeveer, Julia Kthyl Beazley and Lou Menefee, and all B. L. White, Hubble, Ky. the most (or the least money. Hardware w is bought in car load lots, are both very promising young men. Peyton and others we aro Indebted for acted as entertainers and in a graceful K.O. Walton received a dispatch yesJohn Murphy sold to McClure, of1 which enables us to make very low prices. Salt $1.70. the most artitttic display of tlowi-is- , ever- manner made their guests feel that it Bockeastlo, a bunch of fat cows at 2c. terday from Itlchmond, V a, from his Miss Lizzie Myers has opened up Dress Making over our store and greens, Hags, other buntini;, Are. was good to be there. A handsome -- James M. Carter sold to Johnson, of invites her friends to give her a call. biotherdn law, Mr. I. N. Vnugbmi, statlunch, consisting of salads, fruits, conBoyle, a bunch of extra butcher cattle ot ing tliat his wife, who is on a visit there, An overnight prevented lis from men Terms ca sh or country produce. Give us a call We will save vou fections, nuts, cakes and ices, was servMr. Walton left by lie tinning in our last issue the Academical was very ill. money ed about midnight and while there was lohn White sold to J'rewitt & Oratorical Contest at Harrodsburir. Tho tlrst train for her bedside. asullicient ()iiantity and to spare, it Wood, of Boyle, a lot of lambs at ayVc are opening up a splendid line of Millinery. -II. I). Wili.ia.mb, of Mt. Vernon, won tiret medal was won by Chailea Tabler, could not be said after tho onslaught of 50. d be- of Harrodsburg, and the second by Sc the medal in the oratorical contest the hungry young people, as on an occaFor Sale. Yearling Durham bulls James sion referred to in Sacred History, that Frisbie, of Cynthiaua. tween the literary societies at Centre College. His subject was, "National Saiilley, who represented the .Stanford there were taken up seven basketsfnl. ready for service. W. H. Murphy, Stan-forKv. Ideals," and it was us ilnely delivered as school, was declared tlie third best de- The evening was so delightfully spent J. 0. Hays, of the Fast End, sold to 1.1 and all the it was admirably composed. Hurrah for claimed though he is but that it was 3 o'clock before the guests William Moreland for July delivery a lot Dick1 His friends knew he would get other boys, nine in all, 17 and IS years could get their consent to tear themof hogH at lie. there and they are proud of it and him of age. selves away and then it waB with deep B. H. Bronaugh sold to J. L. Yantia Kent Ooodloe, of Danville, won the sec Nkaki.y every paper In the State has regret that they quitted the happy pcene. for October delivery a bunch of ond prize. had a sensational account of the alleged Miss Kthyl was thanked on all sides for cattle at 3 SIX. disj. Miis. L. A Wood, of Covington, for of J. J., Nathan and James the charming manner in which b!.o J. M. White bought of Fast End parmerly of .onisville, and her grand- Belden, at Shelby City last Sunday, but pensed the hospitalities of her home and ties a lot of 2 and cattle at 2J of St. dughter, Mis Alma O. Knbb, there are scarcely any grounds for it. At she and the, other "Bainbowa" will be to 3c and 21 hogs atSjc. u. lx)nis, are visiung .Mr ami Airs. their trial it was shown that they were remembered by those present when the Tobacco men say that cut worms are Jones. guilty only of fist driving on the streets hearts now young and happy have sear worse this spring than ever known beWo enjoyed n call from them Tuesday age. and two of them were fined a small ed with - m fore. Some fields have been planted when we were pleated to become ac- amount for it. They are generally well fiim-iuCoi'RT. The case of Mack over several times and the ravages of the quainted with Miss Alma, who inherits behaved youni; men and are much Ferrell for the murder of Sam Fugleman worms still continue. to a marked degree the virtues and grathat they should have allowed on the night of May 8th waa called WedWe will shut our mill down nbout ces which mako her mother, an old time themselves to have commltteJ anv un- nesday nnd both sides being ready, the the 25th for 10 days for repairs Bnd genfriend cf the writer, one of the moBt seemly set. selection of a jury commenced. The eral overhauling. So those who may need chinning women ho ever knew. judge had ordered 100 men summoned wheat or corn ground during that time Tiik I.iunietta Springs Opening lop nml ilmv worn hero almost to a mail. will please do us the kindness to bring CITY AND VICINITY. was a very brilliant atl'air. A largo num- Three of the jurors were obtained from it before the 20th. J. H. Baughman A New cald'aire, now potatoes and new ber ol young people were present and the standing jury and after l men had Co. they enjoyed tho dance till an kahi.y been examined bb to their qualification, The lamb crop is weighing out everything ot .immer's. hour The young proprietor, Mr. Jas. the last of the panel was obtained and it well this season. W. O. Brock and repaired I). Shelby, did everything in his power lli'iidY tops is as follows: Isaac Herrin, J. M Hub- shipped this week 25S, whose average -n by DeNardi, tbo carriage and sign paint- to make his guests have a good time and ble, Bichard Bibb, Gabe Hughes, W. G. weight waa S3 pounds. W. M. Bobb'a ier. bow well he succeeded let each testify. Bouten, 0. F. Kpperson, C. C. Bishop, crop averaged S7. Mrs. J. A. Xash pur. Wiikn you want anything in the jew- Those who attended fiom hero were Thomas Best. H. B. Floyd, David Bide, chased last year 10 ewes at $5 each; from elry line at rock bottom prices go to Misses Louis Tipton, Gertrude Howard, David Allen. John 0. Suddutb. them and one buck she this spring sold Annie Hale, Mary Daviess Duddorar, Danka. Jeweler. t month's confinement in jail has $11.25 worth of wool: tlie Iambs were The and Messrs, Yeager, Wearen,. Smiley, had no visible etlect on the prisoner, who weighed up last week and brought $73, a H. Bahtin, of tlie hast l.nd, lias a Fugleman ami an I. J. reporter. A. is apparently the most unconcerned man total of ?S1 25 and the sheep still on line boy at his house, and he snys he is He is represented by hand. Winchester Sun. Tuu male members of tho "kid club" in the court room. stronger prohibitionist than himaoll. W. G. Welch, T. l Hill and l gave their second party at W. 11. Miller, M. McBoberts, while 1,'ommonwoann Falls Branch Jellico Dos'r forgot tbo Lincoln County Fair. George F.llis' homo on Somerset street Coal Co., July 27 and 2S. Also bear in mind the Monday night and had the biggest kind Attorney J. S. Owsley, Jr., is assisted by Miners and shippers ol tlie GENUINE $J0O saddle purse and the fiove;al rich of a time. The night was lovely, some Senator B. J. Breckinridge, B. C. Warren g-sweepstake rings. 150 couples of happy young people wore and J. B. l'axton. . Tho Commonwealth concluded its Try it We are the icile acenti lor Stanford !od nothing had been left undone My entire stock of Walter A. Wood on hand, in thief by noon yesterday and Rowland. Olhte lonuT ot Depot street and add to the delectation of the machine repairs can be found at McKin- - that would tt... ,.nmi ndiourned to ioin in the exer- 6 HIOCINS .V WATTS. guests anil thero was not a single inci- ' ney Bros. Will be sold cheap nti.u for eises in honor of the Mexican veterans. dent to mar the pleasure of the occasion. ,.M.V MM. OK - B. Foster. the cash. piehented by the prosecution Half of the boys of tho club, ably assist- Thecaso ditl'nr materially from that ad .in..a not 3111-- 1 Ont reading matter iahomew hat abbre- ed by tho Misses Kills, entertained examining trial, though j tliia issue, owing to the influx of half, also as- duced at tho lunch and tho other viated it is not near us nlvcrtiBementB, but as we gave sisted by the Hnme young ladies, perform- the defense claims that Jul! received anil riwdy for impection Call and ee 11. editions, we ed very creditably that duty afterward. nevero. From Col. Welch's statement, co'umns in each of our last MISS I.ICCIi: I1KAZI.F.V S. apology is newsBary. An excellent lunch was served at 11:30, which was si very strong one, the de, bUnfurd.KY do not feel thnt an to prove that 'the and it goes without saying that full jus- fence will endeavor Bno., Danville, trouble waa between John W. Bright A. B. Koiikutson tice was done it. Dancing, cards, New stock, styles and shades. Ferrell shot Engleadvertising and they carry their in and the like were indulged in and Ferrell and that Bead their list on when he roaetotake Bright'a part, faith into practice an I it was far past the solemn hour of man pistol half drawn this page nnd you will he convinced that midnight wheu tho merry crowd de- with his hand on a I have returned from the cities with anice line which I will jell for a small profit. prices aro the lowest as their goods parted. The visiting guesta were Misses out. It will remain to bo seen whether ol Millineryover, their as Goods left The testimony from last season, aifrrihsell ntthis season's goods, will Myrtle Wildes, Nannie Harris, Lillie it can be done or not. are the best in the market. will likely occupy all of defense Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes,, a " Y" at Grant and Lizzio Thompson and Messrs. for the CAS ONLY. Thk C. S. B. K. is putting in and the arguments will not in all COST Frisbie, Marksbury, Harris, Herndon supplying Landreth's Garden Seed at ...Moreland and coal chutes for The reason I do this is to reduce n iv stock of Herndon, Lancaster; Mies Mamie probability begin before with coal have already been nnd several witness- goods so f will be Hule to sell out my business at "fenttines Afterward Ferrell and tnu nrst opportunity. Dunn and Messrs. Harlan, Bauglunan, I completed. The people of that place aro ami ineiauies iu Danville; Miss Annie Bright, es testified in hia behalf, but even the my cunlully invitesolicit a share tun their examine ot kUo goods improvements Bobinson, looking forward to other 1..M. HKUCK, own testimony was very damprisoner's K New Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. is anticipat-ed- . Hubble, and Misa Eva Steger, Crab Or Stanford, Ky. there and a mall "boom" aging to'him. chartK evniiKoliflt, k, tliu couimer-ciu- l hervieen heru yehter tin day. iiti!ns ltvtli, We begin our annual June Clearance Sale of Dress Goods, Silks and Wash Goods. During this sale wo rav no attention to cost Se!or act1ial worth of the goods. They have got to. Goods suitable for MavviLLig emu. w unu a i air uresses as well as umna biiKS ana nne Muslms. We invite our Lincoln friends to come and share in the feast of bargains. SILKS. Ftd-Iov- Or-ma- DRESS GOODS. WASH GOODS. e. - 39c. o 25c. 50c. - 33C 39c. 59c. 50c. 25C v 50c. no-lic- eon-tinu- - - 60c. 69c WRAPS AND SUITS. Lin-niet- ta two-lin- e l. Ao Be BOBBBTSON & BIOTHEB, I3ANVKILIIJ9 IKffiJKfTUCKTo I .' KING & PRE WITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, nii-ht- Clothing K. Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, fr u. :. $-- Itaj-mnn- KING FREWITT. d, tjn lawh-ssact- s i. m m cha-tinne- d 1 SeveranGe & Son j 3 m m intk. to c R 7 m VI y. 'a II ' semi-annua- 1 co j ' Original Jellico Coal. bo-fo- ru Spring anil Summer lincry SEASONABLE GOODS. -- w s. i 30-od- j tete-a-tet- es "'mIlunerVT1 - WALL PAPER ALABA2TINE Carriage and Decorative Faints for Buggies and Household use. to-da- y FOR patrtm-.MR- S. mr , itDo .rcaiUK m A-- iU, -- r.'M" 1 . JW. .- -v y '" Semi-Week- ly Interior Journk lllCBTV ubllabod Every Tuesday and Friday isville. AT it if you're a healthy woman. They" I has e G. A. Prewitt aud family have just a bcautv of their own, nomatterwhat y ur featakin, ure . its returned from a week's absence in Lou- cheeks Perfect health, withenoughclear make rosy any to and bright ecs, is sr-o- S3 PKtt YKAU K.C. figrWhftti Farmers are now busy replanting IN ADVANCE corn and lighting the obtrusive weeds not so paid 33. 60 will be charged.' and grass. There are still local showers LOCAL TIME CARD. of rain in this section, tions of dry times. but some indica- Stanford, The devoted Sunday school missionm., returning ary, John G. Barkley, of Greenville, arTrain nates Itotriand at 7.00 a. In Manlord and Rowland and by 50 lbs. soc per at s:o p. m rived here Mouday night and went to jo lbs and 100 lbs 15c per 100 lbs. We ares try L. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. of thankful for past patronage and respectlully're phjsiclan a Dr Russell county Tuesday to be with a Lewis, M J.Davis is Iowa,prominent been actively nuet its continuance Will dells er trom l up and has And to give satisfaction. I as county, Sunday-schoo- l convention there. He engaged in lite practice of medicine at thtt place MRS. JANE HARROW A .CO. 15 Mail train going North la 7 pa May. while past years for South ..113 pm will return here Thursday night to be in the Moloes en route On the a6th of was sudto Chicago, he -- . Express train " South it st pm Having this place Fri- denly taken with an attack ot dlarrhtra.Diarrhoea North N B. .j 11 am with the convention at old 'Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and .936 am day. L?cl Freight North for the past 17 jears, and knowing its re Kctnedy ' South..- ...J07P m Tha Utter trains alto carry passengers, Is there no law enforced in the State liability, he procured a ascent bott'e, todosisof which completely cured him. The excitement Tha above it calculated on standard time, Solar of Kentucky in regard to the disturbing and change ot Mater and diet incident to travelilia it about so minutes fatter. Ksery one should ing often produce a diarrhoea of schools, Sunday schools and religious procure a bottle of this remedy before leaving U YH SIX I X QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. home. worship? The news comes here that Stanford.For sale by W n. Mckoberts, Druggist, there was a regular warfare in the Trains past Junction City as follows: Bucklln's Arnica Salve. in the New Salem church, in The ftSouth bound.- - No. . Vestibule Limited, 11.50 school best salve in the world tor cuts, bruise a. m ; No. 3 , Chicago Limited, a.jc. a. m. ; No. 5.. If people sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fev er sores, tetter, chap m ; No. 7., Local, Lincoln county, last Sunday. New Orleans Kiprci, 11 all erup ta.lap. m.. No 9 , Hlue Grass Votibule, 840 p. of certain parts of Lincoln and Casey ped hands, chilblains, corns and DO skin requir pay lions and nosilivetv cures Dllcs. or M. -- No. ed. It is guaranteed to givs. perfect satisf actios North bound tender, Vestibule Limited, 6.s3 counties are too sentimentally Price t$ cents per boi p. m. ; No 4., Fast Mail, 1.33 p m ; No. 6 , Chiga- or money refunded. go Limited, i.tja. m , Ao, 8 , Local, j. jj a. m.; hearted to administer a wholesome dose Vor sale by A. R. Penny, bunlord. Ky. No. 10, Blue Grass Special, 6 a m. of law to the "hoodlums" who make a Now Try This. OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. universal practice of filling themselves It will cost )0u nothing and will surely dojou with "high license," "blind tiger" and good if sou have a cough, cold or any troablc with Carriage Painter and, Trimmer, Dr King's New Discos-cr- y Call and see them before buying, Every thing in the grocery line "moonshine" and "raising Cain" at re- throat, chest or lungs. Coughs anJ Colds it guarAll kinds of vehicles painted trimmed and re for Consumption, paired in first class style. I'lain jhil ornamental for sale cheap. to give reliet or money will be paid back ligious gatherings, for fear of hurting anteed Sufferers from La Grippe fouud it just the thing signs aiiisiacuon guaranteed In both workmansome respectable relative's feelings, let and under its use had a speedy and perfect rccov-er- ship and price Shop on main street, nscr.Wm. espense aud at Try a sample them ship the offenders out of the State learn for soursell justbottle goodourthing it is Tri- Daugherty'a blacksmith shop, Stanford, Ky a how to where laws are, in some degree, en- al bottles free at A R. Penny's drug store. Large Dlf. JOS. HAAS' size jo cents and Ji. forced. Not long since a gifted and classical Spoclmen Cases. A. C. SINK Hog & J N.MKNEHB son from a neighboring county paid our S. II Clifford, New Cassel, Wis , was troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism; his stomach intensely local option town of Liberty a was disordered, his liscr wasatfectcd to an alarmct k he was terribly appetite friendly visit. After vainly spying ing degree, flesh audfell awav andThree bottles ol Used Successfully Fifteen Years. strength. reduced in around to discover a dampness some- Electric Hitters cured him. Will arrest disease, prevents disease, espels Absolutely Edward Shepherd, ltarnsburg. Illinois, had worms, stop cough, Increase the flesh aud hasten where to relieve a burning thirst, he ad runtime sore on his leg of eight )cars stand maturity dressed a ciicumlocutory note to one of mg. L'sed three bottles of Electric Hitters and PricesJi.jo, $1 ,j and so cents per package; and his een boses of llucklen's Arnica SalveCatawba, can in so 1 aud leg A cream of tarter baking pow- our fellow townsmen of kindred thirst, O., is sound largewell' John Speaker,leg; doctors cheapest. For sale by he largest packages arc fever sores on his A. R PKNNV, der. Higcst of all in leavening whom he deemed best calculated to ex said had fue incurable One bottle of Llectric 97- he was aisnlord, Ky tricate him from his dilemma. We copy rl c Hitters and one bos llucklen's Arnica Salve strength. Latest United States cured him entirely. Sold by A R Penny, drug the note verbatim, only promising that gist. Government Food Report. the Uall spoken of is only an abbreviaall Fifty is small doctor bill, R0TAL'3AKINQ POWDER 00., tion of a certain figurative king, the last will costcents to a cure any ordinary but thatolis rheu.it you cae Pain Halm. Try 10a Wall St.. Now York. if syllable of whose name is the same in matism ouyon use Chamberlain's the prompt reliet will be surprised at It and Our facilities for giving the greatest values lor the least outlay, are it affords. The nrst application will quiet the pain. sound, but differently spelt: A. S. 11. McRoberts, unsurpassed. 50 cent bottles for sale by W. STANKOR.D, KY., "Capt. Dear Sir: C. Whipp. JHHSe1 SURGEON DKNTIST. Whilst theJ.hour of combat was not spe- Druggist, Stanford. Office over McRoberts Druj Store in'lthe n cifically designated, we anticipated a Owsley Building. atruggle with Hall just before noon, and Stanford This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, Is now upon repairing to the supposed battleIn my charge and I intend to conduct ao as to When nahy w3 sick, w gav hr Ca.storf THE HEST PLACE TO HUY not only maintain its high reputation, but to add ground, found the custodian gone, the When sh vius Child, aha cried for CastorU. to its long list ol friends. Special accommodagate closed, bars up, fence staked and When alia bocama Mlsa, ahe clung to tions for commercial travelers and hne rooms for double ridered and appeal to you to When ahe had Children, ahe gpve them CaatorU. thsdUploy of samples. A!First-Claa- s know what the devil is to be done in the Saloon LOGAN AVEVUE, Your friend from exigency? Aad BILLIARD and POOLROOMS attachrd JOSKPII COIFKV. Dry Branch." : : l-'-- M ( it I 1 - Face and Figure DR W. ' B. PENNY MM A "11 ..,! Salll .11111 I . 3LL mtf Will o Dentist. Office South sida Main street, in office recea vacated by Dr. L ffman, Stanford, Ky. NEW PROCESS STOVE. Saves time labor and To get perfect health, ue faithlully Dr. Pierces Favorite Prescription That regulates and promotes all tne prop r functions of womanhood, digestion; enriches the blood, dispels aches and pain", brings refreshing sl.ep, ami reMores health, flcsn and ittcngth. For periodical p tins, prolapsus and uther dissensations and "feplacements, bearinc-dow- n male comtil ilnts" generally. It is so effective that it ran be guaranteed. II it doesn't nerelit or c ire sou you hav your mone back. Is anything that isn't sold in this way likely to be "just as good." woman attractive jhu expense NOTICE I We will Deliver IOE Every Mornper lb. ing at 'c 1 sssssssMBsl"astaWl Guaranteed to be PERFECTLY SAFE. ls JO DcNARDI, e W. H. WE3REN & CO. BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, Sunday-- 1 r. WATER : COOLERS, FARRIS & HARDIN. QA Bakincr rowder Poultry Remedy Pure - SINE & MENEFEE, Proprietors of Tlic Stanford Lumber Yard, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. of Builders' Supplies. THE GOFFEY HOUSE PRICE, JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. 11 Wf Curry a Full Lin C. D. FOWEIX, Kentucky. jT-- lt Alwavs'sells Roods lower than anyone else in town, is ew stock of rruits every h rid ay. BRODHEAD. Mrs. Sallie Capps, who lived about three miles from town, died Saturday of . consumption. I will open on January i&th, 1S93. a Ftrst-ClaThe pastor of the Baptist church at Dairy, from which I can supply any quantity ot ersey milk to tho people of Manlord and Row-m- il this place has offered his resignation to at the following prices, dthtercd: the church, but it has not been acceptFresh Milk, per gallon .. . so cents Skimmed Milk, pir gallon, . 10 cents ed. 8 cents flutter Milk, per gallon Miss Allie Moore, of Crab Orchard, Iwill make two trips dally 1 he patronage of the was the guest of Miss It. L. Yea key this public is solicited. G. A. PEV TON. oi-- i yr. Stanford, Ky week. The latter left Tuesday night to ss The mist stubbern Skin and Scalp Dieisi, the worst forms of Scrofula, all blood taints and poisons of every name aud nature, are utterly rooted oul by Dr Pierce's Golden Medical Discmery, Vnr rvrtv dlvase caused bv 1 tormd lis er or im pure blood, it Is the only remedy so certain and It it fills tu effective that It can be guaranteed benefit or cure, you have your money back Krjsfpelas. Polls Eczema, Tetter, Carbuncles, Enlarged Glands, Tumors and Swelland es erv kindred ailment, are completely ings, and h rmanently cured by it Salt-rheu- Wall A. Paper ! THE P. 0. MILLINERY. pot-oQU- All new stock and latest designs. Call at the e room and see the 2 Largest and Boat Selected Stock R. PENNY. i l'j m . I k attend the wedding of her cousin, Miss Lizzie V. Slavin, at Paint Lick, who is to I have had mirry.Mr. Wui. Richardson, of RichSIIELsTOX HOUSE mond, Tex. Little Thomas Rower did Sunday. At Rowland repainted and ncely furnished and He waB a sweet little boy, have in connection with Hotel one of the best saloons In the State, open day and night; a night a son of Mr. anil Mrs 0. Rowei. He was nan meets all trains. In connection with House have also one of the best Miueral wells in the Matt buried in the Christian cemetery Monend for reference to water, call on Mr, and Mrs day afternoon at 4 o'clock. To the beG W. Patrick. Louisulle. Mr and Mrs. Klovd In- ram, Erin, lenn , A. A.Warren, Stanford, Dr. reaved father and mother wo would J fc.. froctor, u. 11. nraura. rlr. and Airs 1. V. Hamilton. Rowland. Mr. and Mrs F. II. lohnsou. a ay. New Haven, Jim Cox, Greensburg. Rates a per 'Twas not in cruelty, 'cwhs not in wrath, day. J. M. f'etrcy, clerk. Give me a call The reaper cime that day; oSory J. W. CARR1LR, Prop. Rut an angel visited the green earth, And took the (lower away. lTHE The supper at the Mammoth Store building Saturday night was quite a ?. B success. A very large crowd was in atKentucky. tendance. The committee made it pleasLondon, - I have moved to my nw Hotel and am bettar ant for all who came. They first sold prepared than ever to accommodate the public. Good Livery attached aud every coasenience de the boxes, which brought goo J prices sired. Give me a call.tj. ranging from I30c to S- - each. Then they FRANK RILEY. were served with ice cream and cake, lemonade, &e. About $4S were taken in, which was divided between the two Sunday-schoolAmong those present from a distance we uotiu-e- l Misses Rerta Martin and Iva Painter, of Maretburg; Miss Rettie Henderson, of Lowell; Miss Susie Smith, of Oak Hill; Miss Rertie Hilton, of Rowland, Mr. W. Articles to Suit the Most Fastidi- F. McClary and wife, of Stanford, passous. A complete line of ed through town Friday evening, going to visit Mb relatives and friends in the Hiatt and McClary neighborhoodo, and the writer was told ou Sunday that the r arrival at l'erander Hiatt's so excited his wife that she failed to eat her dinner till the second day. Mr. K!.a Woodall, the railroad agent at Altamont, was at home Saturday and Sunday, and on Sunday ho took his best girl ou a trip to Crab Or chard Springs. V. F. Raker and wife were here Friday shopping. Notice to the Traveling Public. THE If not, now is the time 10 Are ou insured provide sourself and family with a bottle of Of Milliner) in town The goods and prices are Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea bound to pliMie you. any serious reHemedyasan Insurance against MRS P T CO I RTS 10 sults from ao attack of bowel complaint during the summer months. It is almost certain to be needed and should be procured at once No other remedy can take It. place or do Its work it and II. Mc Roberts, ii cent bottles for sale by W Druggist, 'tanloril j re- -I My rrhther, Mrs KatcDiUcrar has j tamed Iron tne Hies wiin a eiegint iine.- -t tni iiucry cniDracing Bo Ko WJEJAltlJlM, Main Street, Stanford, Ky., dealer in Hew Millinery. 1 it three-year-ol- d ALL FOR SALE PRIVATELY. Of the THE NOVELTIES of hKh wiiljruve ill control 1 will sell pmately my ,arm of jwacre sifuat cd on the Weit side of tne Huslonvillc &. FIRST-CLAS- S i'A miles trout Hutt.,av He and within a half mile of the rai'ioad station of Moieland. UZAKEZ. splendid state of cultivation, 1 he firm is in a well improved with dwell n of 6, IJL rooms, Call aud eiamlne my stock of Millinery before h. necessary outbuildings, including order )Our iircsses is. buying and lease )Our favor. lor snluil sain- - sfl About half ol the farm is sown In g we sided! tdacc is wellwaterol and cau entire into ur 3 oaiceis to suit tne purcnaer. rnr par MAIIY l) IsrDl'DDFKAR. J P. LAND, ticulars write to or call on, Moreland, Ky SPLENDID FARM Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriages, Buck Boards, Spring Carts of all st les and grades, Old Hickory Wagons, Imperial Plow, McCormick Harvesting Machines, Tiger Harrows and I lay Rakes, Corn Planters, Corn Drills. Land Rollers, Wheat Drills, Threshing Machines, Engines, Saw Mills, Muggy and Wagon Harness, Saddles, Fields, Paled Hay, &c. Wsi-jonss- Sho alto ell igel a seisin, she I . DBESS 11 ...,.! l.a.ik,g... RILEY , RILEY.-'Proprlotor- HOUSE jo-i- m A : n? E 1 W Tlae FeoosValley. fk.L Vssl I -. 1 Great : Cut-Pri- ce : Sale On goods in every department will begin this week at (TV. I 1 , . ' straw-harrie- &-- Cji tl BANK! THE JEWELER, s. mw: t" jr-- "i -- rr- i4 j C7 ,rV. crru. i l: . ?JS;,a W PaFiV, U2?V'.XO a x a ir. 1 - 'rV r Vf r A ri Die finest fruit bell of New Mesbo. No fall ure in crops under irrigation if properly attended to. All fruits grown in California can be grown In New Msiico, escept oranges and lemons. Land from $jj 10 $)o per acre on to j cars' time, at 6 per cent. Call on or address, T R C. MOKOAN. D D. S , Stanford. Kr. J. II. BAUGIIJIAK, mrbandsiorm INSURANCE AGENT ... Representing A nice line of ests will be placed on sale at 10c, worth 15 and 20c; nicer quality at a little advance. All brands of Calicoes go at 5c, Masonville aud Lonsdale Cottons Sc, best 10--4 Pleached Sheeting 22c. We have also received a new lot of Millinery and can open your eyes on prices. Don't fail to get a pair of those sample Shoes at cost before it is too late. We will continue to give our customers a handsome Crayon Portrait with every Sio's worth of goods. Ask for a card. to-day TheCash Bargain Store B. F. JONES & SON. v Watches, Clocks Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, Manchester, of Manchester, Eng.; There are three of the best Uarbers in the State Pennsylvania Eire, Philadelphia; 1 here are also excellent Hath Rooms run in connection, Agent lor I ixington Steam Laundry. Ins. Co. of NorthVAmerica. -- AT- U II C. A SI I II K LI r. L Al'stlh. Jewelry A, G. Lauuau. CRAB ORCHARD All of which are Compinies. I wools! be pleased to wait n tuny friends in this line. Pol. icies promptly issued. Will insure against tornadoes, wind storms and lightning. Lightning without additional charge Office at First National Hank Stanford. first-class NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, CAMPBELL & d AUSTIN", Pro'ra. Aud SILVERWARE. Complicated Watch Repairs and Artistic Engraving a Specialty. Sciatic All goods sold engraved free of charge. aWVour patronage tcspectfully solicited. SPRINGS. '1 PUBLIC SAL'S. As Agent nf Kd McRobcrt, deceased, at public auction at 3 p. m. I Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset st.; warcroom, paint and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. Rheumatism, Nervousness somnia. and In- House Painting and Paper Hanging A'spccialty. SrSign Work, artistic and plain, -- t&t We guarantee work to give satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. V It will sell his famed Summer Resort, w tit its John B. Castlctuiu. i I & ROYAL Insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE &CASTLEM AN MANAGERS,; c Commerce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. Nashville, Tenn., March 8, 1893. The Stockton Medicine Co., Nashville, Tenn., Gentlemen: I had Sciatic Rheumatism, combined with nervousness and insomnia for six weeks, and having heard of 83 many persons being cured of nearly every disease by taking Stockton's And-aptiI concluded to try it, and the result was wonderful. It gave me almost instant relief and in five days I went to my ollice. I take great pleasure in recommending it. Respectfully yours, U. K. Morton, :iJI X. College street. For Sale by A. R. Penny, Druggist, Stanford. c, On Saturday, June 24, '93, Healing Waters and3cstful Surroundings, 1 he real estate belonging to the deceased consists of a Mouse and Lot, the ' CAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky. " Is Now Open Tor Guests. a the Rc-ceptio- nof House Containing 10 Rooms, one Store-Rooa Picture Gallery, And they all have a frontage of 66 feet property can be divided into Store-Room- WE SELL I'he The Gurney Refrigerator, THE WHITE MOUNTAIN Health and pleasure scekera wdl rind th A AN ADMIRABLE PLACE s 100 Ft. Deep Three and a large Back Lot. 'I? w. TJ.XB2LS, Local Afont, STANFORD, KY. Evans aud Sontag, the outlaws and highway robbers, careers cut short. Roth were after being fearfully wounded, ed in jail. California had their captured, and plac- 'I he property will be first offered in parcels, Tn recover their wonted health and energies ami and then as a whole, the Agent accepting the at the same time secure quiit, home like fare at largest bid. Ihese buildings are centrally Irxu-te- d and will prose a barg.nu tu the purcluu r Situated on Main street, corner adjacent to Myers Reasonable 'Rates. Crafc Orchard, Lincoln County, Pr Ko ct-- of Board from $; to $u pereek. further InlormaUon apply to GUS HOKMANN, Mouse. other personslly. Possession guen July i, Ky. Terms: months, a;t-d One-thir- Also two shares L. A N, R. R, stock and some ,. d CRESiVI OOOLEBS, Canary and Mocking Pird Hanging Baskets, K, W-JLTB- Cages, cash; balance in 6 and 189J. slock of Genuine Carbolic Sheep Dip. Flower Crocks-NePrices reasonable. 12 J. i:. IIHUCK, AgenL McKINNEY BROS. V,