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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893062001 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. - yrmMs ?rr -- '"Vryr1 v v tC' " - n ": .'T"1 CV'V"W ' "" MS3Si! J Semi-Weekl- y vol. XXI. The Legislature Humps Itself In Getting Ready ta Put up or Shut up. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. JUNE 20. 1893. NO. 32 K N h I Thel. J. Business Manager in Virginia. Within a few mil... f A.i,i.n.i n. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Tho trip from Stanford to Richmond, Kreat I'atrick Henry first saw the light of Next Monday is county court day. a., has been written tin so often that I day, while in the suburbs is thn nh! (To the Editor Interior journal.) Tho wheat crop in Garrard iasald to Frankfort, Juue 17. am almost ashamed to refer to it again, home of the late Henry Clay. Their After a Iodk delay mid rs tliu clown but bear with mo while I burden you old homes aro places of much interest to be better than usual. J. Roe Young, a former Lancaster would lay on entering the circus ring, wity a fow notes picked up en route lovers of history and tourists from variwe come." mid I will bo very grateful in- ous parts of tho country find time to man, has been appointed an Indian hero "hero come here to see them. My sister's home agent. This has been n pretty eventful week deed. Capt. Herudon says that the LanA trip to my old home in Virginia ia is on the road that was traveled by the from a legislative standpoint. On Mou day, the l'.'th, the House adopted the always looked forward to with joyful renowned Clay when lie won the name caster preachers aro all right, if they would just let whisky alone. y Senate resolution for a sine die adjourn- anticipation to me and a little later on of "The of the Slashes." A !$ Instead of has been established In tho merrv month of Juue I had promment, amended to read July K. 0. W. at Teatersville, Garrard county, and 15, and it is believed the people of ised myself that pleasure. June CRAB ORCHARD. William Simpson appointed postmaster. In addition to a sister (who was in my Kentucky will have just reasons for eel The merchants have all agreed to If Stanford wants to dispose of her ebratintf the 4th. That the main work younger days both sister and mother to close their business houses next Saturof the constitutional convention and thin me), her family and many relatives and electric plant and water works, give protracted session ia at last in dim form friemlH, there were in tho "Old Domin- Crab Orchard the refusal. We i?o atoad. day and get out and hustle for the temperance cause. to bear fruit matured, of which they ion" an "old lady" and a "young lady" ily onward. A fellow came through town last A little child of Mr. Sim Robinson may begin to pluck and eat and know whom I had learned to like very much, from experience for what they have I thank you, and I had pictured many a was buried in our cemetery Friday. MrB. week and supplied 13 or 20 dudes with been paying. It has cost much, hut the time in mind tho happiness a visit to Parsons, of Preachersville, sister of Mrs. $7 cottonade suite. They are now breakbenefits derived are mora than commen them would bring to me. While I in Squire Roberts, was buried here last ing hearts by tho wholesale. Xoonein Garrard has announced curate with the outlay, and in the near dulged in these thoughts I did not for week. himself as a candidate for the Lisln. store for those an instant think of being called by teleSaturday morning the ordinance of future blessitiKS are in gram to come, but I was, nevertheless. baptism was performed in a most im- ture so far, as all are convinced that the who assisted in the arduous work. Our secret ballot Hvstem alone is worth Mrs. "H.O. W." was III. but thanks to pressive manner by Rev. Hriney, when present session will never adionrn. While in Stanford last week we met to the people of Kentucky this ex the Giver of all good anil perfect gifts, five young members went down into our friend Col. K. H. Gaither, of she wkh not seriously o, and when the water. The other candidates will penditure, leaving aside our revenue Ho is colonel of the 2d law, corporation mid many important reached her bedside Friday afternoon I be baptized this week. Xo date yet the Kentucky State Guards, given. found her rapidly convalescing. new laws and others much improved. Tho trip here was not an altogether Interest continues to grow in the which is the best regiment in thn Sim. Our reJistrictitiK is not what Ksstern Kentucky should have had on a fair, delightful one, but was not without a meeting and up to Sunday nine addi- and the one which is always called upon few pleasing incidents. In the first place tions were made to the church, seven by in time of touble. Col. Gaither told us unbiased and unprejudiced apportionthat the entire State Guard would be ora very considerable im- I got wet driving to Junction City; sec- confession. Tho friends of Curtis ment, but is were especially rejoiced when he dered into a camp of instruction at Bowprovement. Kaatern Kentucky is repub ondly, the O. S. train was j hours late lican and it seems that the other por- and thirdly, the engine broke an eccen- came up aud acknowledged liis errors ling Green during the month of August. tions of the State almost as much aa say, tric at Hurgin and we were compelled to and asked the church to help him bury If the remaining regiments were under n nffiwr '"we don't care," but Eastern Kentucky poke along from that point to Lexing- tho past and assist him by prayers to tho command of so excellent democracy would like to be given a ton at a gait hardly as rapid as that of lead a different life, and knowing hiin aa Col. Kd Gaither, the Kentucky troops chance to show of what it is composed. the noted "K C." The C. A O. train aa we do, we aro aure he means juet wouiu ranic second to none in the UnitIt is soon to come to the (rout aa a was duo to leave at ti.10 i M. and it whs what he says, to show God'a people he ed States. The interest in the local option fight revenue paying locality and democracy exactly O.Oo when wo pulled into Lex- can yet bo a man. Wo bid him God increaaea aa the time approaches when should be given an opportunity to ington, giving me only five minutes to speed. it from war prejudice. Kastern get to the C. it 0. depot. I knew I could Our Jersey man, Mr. J. E. Carson, the election is to be held. The temKentucky is much indebted to the gal- not make it by either car or 'bus, but had the misfortune to lose one of the perance forces aro led by the pastors of lant representative from Madison for he good luck began to come my way and a finest cows in this section, Lydia D. the different churches, backed by the league, the W. C. T. U. and roic ellbrUi made in itn behalf, be they colored man with a "hipped" horse and 43735, on Monday, Juno 12, from that by many influential citizens in tho town successful or unsuccessful, elforts pro- a badly used up buggy agreed to get mo fatal disease to largo milkers, known as moted by a spirit of fairness and a true there in time. Uy and down streets we milk fever. Ilia only cou'solation in hie and country. Services are held every e deflire to see an undeveloped section went in a rapid gallop, but before the great loss is that she left two heifer night at the and during this week will bo held every day at the varinude to bloom like the rose and demo- depot was reached we were halted by a calves, one a yearling and the other a s in the county. Klder cratic principles prevail. I can't men- "cop," who informed ui that unless we row nays oiu. uyciia D. had been se- ous Hendricks, of Danville, addressed the tion all the grand etlbrts made by other drove slower we would be fined, and we lected by the American Jersey Cattle on Friday and worthy sons, but hut sutlice it to say it were necerwarily obliged to tone down Club to participate in the great 30 days' people at the Sunday afternoons. Oq Monday night ia the best they could get. a little. The depot was reached just as hotter teat at the World' Fair and was Rev. J. L. McKee, D. D., of Danville, Wednesday the capital removal prop- the bell cord was pulled to start and ex to have been shipped thin week. Mr. and on Tuesday night Dr. Worrall, of osition was under consideration most of hausted and excited I dropped into a Carson will, however, substitute another Danville; on Wednesday night Rev. the session, the fight being begun and Pullmau. Tho rest of the journey was iu tier place. Sizemore, of Stanford will speak at the kept up in a desultory way by skirmish- aa pleasiiit as it could be uudir tho cirMtsa Xellio Smith, an attractive courthouse. On Saturday night the ing nil along the line upon point of or- cumstances and I formed several very young lady from Louisville, is with p ople of Lancaster were addressed at der and (ideations of in formation, ap- pleas-tuMrs. J. H. Stephens. acquaintances indeed. cousin, Mrs. Dr. the by Gen. Landrara. Capt. peals from the decisions of the chair Arc. The F. F. V. train over the C. A 0. Rronuugh witli two lovely young ladies, working excitement to n fever heat. Itoute has been described to you more Misses Moran ami Whitt, of Madison, Herndon, R. II. Tomlinson, L. F. Hub-blAc, and Letcher Owsley. Tho temper-anc- o Yesterday tho vote came on Mr. Myers' than once and a further mention of it aro lit R. H. Hronaugh's. Pretty Miss people, while sanguine, are neverresolution while in committee of the irom mm lowiy pen might produce a Myra Carson, of Louisville, returned y whole, taking the vote between the ci "tired" feeling to the tnauy readers of from that city with her cousin, Mies Mol-h- e theless working with extraordinary and zeal. What the other side are ties of Lexington, Danville, l.oimville the original "cheapest and best." It is a ilrooks and is her guest. Jimmie and Howling Omen, dropping the hind- grand train, tossy tho least, and goes Dilliou, of Dillion, is with his cousin, doing is not known, as they appear to most on each ballot. Howling Green through the mountain! of Kentucky, Andrew Dillion. Col. George V. Mont- keep their own counsel and as tho saywent down first, Danville next and Lex- West Virginia ami Virginia so fast it al- gomery, of Tazewell, Term., H. M. Carr, ing goes. "Say nothing nnd saw wood." ington next, leaving the vote to come in most makes one's head swim. of Cumberland Gap, nnd Wyley Cloud, CHURCH AFFAIRS. the House on the iiestiou of whether You have also been told about tho of Hamilton Springs, Term., all splendid -- A careful estimate shows the capital would go to Louisville or not sublime anil picturesque scenery to be legal lights, were hero on the 17th on that 1S.773 and the Nor prevailed by a good round rwun on this route, but you will agree Mrs. Carter, of Rowland, is children attend Sundav-schoin Louis-villmajority leaving Frankfort in undisputwith me that "tho half has never been with her parents, Mr. aud Mrs. Curtis Rev. P. W. Johnson will preach at ed possession and pafe to say the happi- told," should it over ho your good for- Cover Little Margaret Woods James, the Methodist church at 11 o'clock next thesA-eeest little city in the Commonwealth. little baby girl of tho late tune to travel over tho C. it t) road. Ijtst night tho city was lighted with I was in Richmond for only a couple Rev. John James, is with her cousin, Sunday morning, Rev. W. K. Arnold absent on a visit to relatives in Illibonfires and the baud serenaded thote of hours and the rain was coming down Miss Annie May Stephens. She ia a who voted for and championed their in torrents ami as a consequence I saw firm beheter in prayer and one rainy nois. A recent estimate puts the Protest-tant- s cause. very little of that city. I am told that day last week, when sho had laid out of the world at 137,000,000 many childish plans for a good time, Speaker Moore ami Mr. I'ettit, Messw. it is rapidlj growing, however, and that The her aunt, .Mrs. Stephen, noticed that Methodists lead with 25,000,000, tho Hailey, Hanks, McKlroy, Hay notwithstanding tho stringency of Omeare, tho and several others responded to tho call mouoy market, she is keeping paco with sho and Annie May left the room quite Presbyterians have 20,000,000 aud tho Baptists 17,000,000. of the oereuadcrs from the balcony of tho times and may bo considered just a frequently. Finully with troubled counJ W. Masters, of Lookout Mounthe Capital Hotel in happy speeches. little in tho lead of the average Southern tenance hIio csmo to her aunt and said, tain, Tenn., put off accepting Christ till Mr. Krieger, of I,ouinville, surrendered city. Tne now City Hall, which cost "Auut Many, why don't God answer I have on his death bed and when it was too to his raptors in a nice little speech and about $ 1, 500,000, is almostcompletedand tho prayers of little girls'.' prayed four times for it to quit raining late for him to be baptized. Ho asked, bowed to the will of the majority. is a building of which tho capital of tho The IOiilsville charter was amended to Confederacy is justly proud. I hope to ami it still rains." Upou being told however, that it bo done after,his death, onform with the governor's notion and have tho pleasure of a stay in Richmond that she must be real serious and believe and agreeably to his wish, his corpse the constitution and passed by the House and tho further pleasure of telling our that her prayers are being heard and was put under the water by the Rev. W. yesterday and ia now ready for enroll- roadors about the grand city, whoso his- will bo answered, she looked very J. Drennon in tho presence of a lHrgo crowd. ment. tory would fill volume after volupio of thoughtful for a moment, then her brow A glance into some of our weekly suddenly cleared up aud she took Annie And this Legislature i.n almott ready intensely interesting reading. prayer meetings suggests that the followto surprise tho editor of the Intkiuok My brother-i- n law, Mr. I. X. Vaughan, May by the hand saying, "Come on, ing announcement made by a mountain Jouksal by a Hitib die adjournment. . at whoso house we are most pleasant I v let's go pray." When it ceased raining minister at the close of a Sunday sermon Mi-sho seemed perfectly satisfied that it Hespt., J. 0. situated, has, since my hist visit to the might bo in orderr "I am compelled to was iu answer to her prayer. old home, moved to a beautiful farm announce, brothers and sisters, that our Kucampmenta will bo held during within a short walk of Ashland. Ho is regular Wednesday evenim? World's Fair Excursions. tho present summer of the three regi- still in business in Richmond anJ plays mooting will not bo held tl.i r The C, H. A D. will allow ments composing tho Kentucky State tho dual rolo of tobacconist and farmer, at Cincinnati on alt tickets reading that shall be on hand, of course, but tho r (itiard. The Ud regiment at Howling going to Richmond every day, but will bo unavoidably absent way. On all regular World's Fair tick-et- a 1 to 10, that inclusive; in tho afternoon in time to see Green, from August from the South or Southern Ohio evening, nnd it takes two to make a the 3d regiment at Howling Green, from to his farm duties. Iu my farming days and reading via Cincinnati aud the C, We will sing tho 12 to 20, Inclusive; the 1st regialOld Virginia it w.h not considered a II. A I), to Chicago, astop-ovein August will be and be dismissed." ment at Howling Green, from August remunerative business, but with him it lowed within the life of the ticket, and The Midway Clipper says that the passengers can secure the stop-ovpriv21 to 30, inclusive. Col. K. H, Gaither seems to he. Although iu tho slashes, ilege by depositing the tickets with the ooaru oi foreign Missions of the Southwill command tho 2d regiment, Col. T. ho has threshed 30 bushels of wheat and .Mercuauia ami .nanuiaciarers Associaern Presbyterian Church has notified 3d and Gen. John B. t0 of oats to the acre. Ilia com is silk- tion at Cincinnati. For rates, folders Rev. A. S. J. Smith the the 1st. ing and tho gardon is indeed a thing of and and full information regarding tho missionary Moffett, who was appointed to Brazil, that oivim, ,o world's trip, including special induceHicycle transportation of a message beauty, while the various crops are ments offered by the citizens of Cincin- shortage of $10,000 in the collections for and give promise to make nati for iu the Queen City, ad- miHsion work last year, and from Springfield, III., to Frankfort, Ky., the recent dress any C, H. & D. agent, or E.G. of 33 1 miles, between ! a. m., an unusually largo yield. a distance G. P. and T. A. World's Fair appointment of a number of missiona-rieAshland is a pretty town on tho RichWednesday, and 7 p. M.Thursday, shows who would be less expensive in the Route. 200 W. 4th street, Cincinnati, 0. the wondersul Z possibilities of such mond, Fredericksburg A Potomac R. R., foreign held than he, it was thought wise about lo miles from Richmond, and ia Nashville, Tenn.. Mar. (I. 1S!)3. The by the board to postpone wheels in the hands ofjexports. his going in- pension oilice ia issuing certifi- the residence place of a great many Stockton Medicine Co., Nashville, Tenn., leiinueiy. Tula action Of tllM linur.l The Richmond people. There are some 800 Gentlemen: I have had muscular rhou wbllft A (llBilniinintinAHt , r cates at the rate of 2i5 a day. Under matism and indigestion for a number of Wft8 gracefully submitted tnhv'ht.. JL.i the average reached 700 for each inhabitants and it ia here that the Raum J '""'i ouu Randolph Macon College is loca- years and had lost hopes of ever finding it is needless 24 hours. to say the members of his ted. Many an eminent Virginian has any relief, as the most skillful physi- congregation and many friends in Puint Shop Volai'UK. This , ia to matriculated here, while graduates of cians had failed in my case, but I am community are very glad to have the him happy to state your Antiseptic has made remain with them. state that the weather in this I has been the grand old institution nf !min " since the morning nave tilled and are now filling some of a complete cure and I do most heartily without in hotnesa ThB Beautiful Knrlnn ho. together, consequently $ are few in the moat important offices of the land. recommend it to all for rheumatism and the op Ashland is a delightful place to live, par- indigestion. I will gladly answer all in- and with it that tired, languid ffllin t, and wo hasten -our ollico, shows the poor condition of the blood portunity to ask our subscribers (with ticularly during the heated season add quiries in regard to Antiseptic. ia quite a summer resort. Real estatn Yours Respt., W. E. Bateman, 310 and the general T mission) to fcS" in cash, bo we system needs their is high and a good deal of building is be- Broad street. ion need uuuimuuuH. Stockton's a b ood will not have to stand with a t In our tome. ing done, but fortunately she has had no Antin. Ask A. R. Penny, Druggist, Stanford ,1 i P.lf It r fST to keep our creditors avay from our boom yet. tot iu property. -- Latah Times. I For Bile by A. R. Penny,' Stanford. personal Mill-boI'OST-omc- Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. FullcorpofConrvtor)r M., President. Fall Session Tuesday, September 5th An. Eicelient liotrdln? department. 1893. atvt N'ormil School teacher. .Superior cquhcs in Literature, Muic aad Cataloguei and clrcul.tr fumUhed on application. MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHINGI New Stock, New Styles, H. J. McROBERTS. JUST IN The first day of June was the day on vhichve began the 1 Har-rodsbrr- g. regi-ment- of Kg-be- rt 1 Cash Slaughter Sale, -- m OF- nnti-liqu- court-hous- 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 school-house- court-hous- e Ridiculously Low 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. hr court-hous- e e STEPHENS & KNOX. -- en-org- TO THE- - Farmers of Lincoln We call your attention to the Late Improved Co. bu-iues- s. ol o. t be-in- g And would say to you never buy without first examining it. We assure 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. H. Stagg, at McKinney by Alford & McKinney, at Kings-vill- e by W L. McCarty and at Mustonville by John Riffe. Mew Buckeye Machines, ALL ZECIILTIDS OF KEFA.IES Kept by agent. Don't to see the Buckeye Machines. each fail Tbe World's Fair Route from the South nrvr. jan-ito- -- stop-over- s u-i- prayer-meetin- g. Pennsylvania short lines IS OVER THC r dox-olog- y er Caa-tlema- n ly stop-ove- r a rnoia LOUISVILLE 0B CINCINNATI. I . well-kno- wn DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE - memoes Putlman VtttAula SlMMnflaM tafftt Parlor Cart. Only Route Through the Indiana - .. Natural Gat Belt. VIA THtll llftC AT THROUGH, TICKETS AND TM . IOVTHUM RAIlWAtt. FO THIIM cilNCCTtOM CAN BC PfllhCIMl TiCMT OfFICU Of RCOAHO (CUt3 run-dow- n 'V-j- r ,Z .SL QWfi IJHV Hi.innitaw I V I l 1ljfWv Ah oiimeo oiTAiii conccrwno thi FIRST-CLAS- S SERVICE, rtCAM AP.r i niuot on i UTUft M HHWW" lOHTMlHOF THtfOUOWlha: mCUl INFORMATION t TO HATCI AH3 ; ! kV.. V.v U"- - C.LniN0,l.l,hi'ripSl, K.I.LiCIT.IeitWarWripat. . llHmUTHT. UHICnH.IT. , , v' "v ? Tyf J i a 8 kt IT ly The towns of Virginia and Moundhie, we rise to remark that the present tain Iron, Minn., and Iron River, Wis , Legislature is deserving of praise for one have eeu destroyed by forest tires thing nt least. It has fixed the salary of Over 2,000 peoplo in Virginia are with JUXK 20, 1893 8TAWFORD, KY.,- the governor at J(,500, with no perqui- out fook and shelter. Ex- There was a very small crowd at sites, though he is allowed the use of the mansion without charge. This is an in- Danville court yesterday, the farmers crease of salary, but a cutting oil of per; being very busy. Only about '2o cattle nisi tee, which will save the tax payer were offered. A lot of from ?J,000 to $J,000 a year. This sav were withdrawn at 4:05. A country dance at the home of ing alone will pay for the cost of the pres ent session in :00 years and we ought to Casper Hartlage, nine miles from LouisIBVIEIE&Y ville, euded in a riot and murder Saturbe thankful even for small favors. day night. Railroad men ranged themA world of fearful warning lies in tho It is stated that the president has ten- selves ngainBt the farmers, and a fusilade Good fate of Mack Ferrell, now under convic dered the Hawaiian Mission to Gov. J. was fired in the darkened room. John tion for life for murder. Born of good Proctor Knott, who was to have an Sheeley was killed, and his brother, Ja parent, favored with a bright mind and swered yesterday. In selecting Ken- cob, fatally wounded. Jacob Nagle, who Goods 7c, 6c a perfect form, he might have risen to tucky's ex governor to till the important fired the shot that killed Sheeley, was adorn any station, but he neglected the position, the president, as usual, shows carried otT by his friends, wounded. teachings of his good mother, sought horse sense, for Gov. Knott's abilities MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. evil companions, tarried long at the are of the order to make the appointwine cup and tried to live on the preca- ment peculiarly proper. Weston Gilbert, of Louisville, aged rious earnings of the card table. Those 22, is a youth of unusual recklessness. Editok R. W. Knott, of the Post, re who have watched his course nave preHe eloped Saturday with his step 75c. dicted for a long time what the out- fers to his old partner in sin on the mother and her six children. be Courier-Journa- l We as "John'1 W. Hopper. come would be and their prophecy has Minnie Palmer, the beautiful little wr, nri.1L nfTer in. What's the matter with Jim? That's alas been too fully fulfilled. The be o wviu JI actress, is suing her husband, "Yours GOc, loved son, the companionable and prom- the name we have always known him Merrily John R Rogers," for divorce, alising young man, ibdow, when scarcely by and it fits him much better than the leging that he is far from being true to past his majority, condemned to spend one attempted to bo put on him at this her. all the years of his life shut up in prison lute day in his useful career. The Somerset Reporter tells of the walls, a fate even worse, if possible, than marriage of Miss Josie Foster, daughter NEWSY NOTES. that he barely escaped. The horrors of of Col. Wm. Foster, late of this place, to The Ohio democratic convention to T. D. Thomas, a young Englishman enthis living death arealmost beyond comprehension and the power of words to nominate a State ticket meets in Cincin- gaged in W. C. Davis' tailoring establishWe ment. portray. It is bad enough for an older nati August 9 and 10. The president yesterday appointed man, steeped in crime, to have to spend Invitations have been received to It Powers in the 2d and Johnson in the the marriage oi Misa Ruth Belle, the his remaining years in a dungeon. to think of what 5th district to be collectors. is almost handsome daughter of Mr. and Mro. M. might have been a nseful career is cut clerks have been dis N. DePauw, to Mr. Nelson Wingate May, short in its prime and doomed to impris- charged from the general land oilice on which will occur in the Junction City We to Christian church at 12 30, June 21. onment that shall only end in death, for account of decreased appropriations. too to the perpetration of a crime which, to be The Maryland peach crop is all right. James Beswick, a widower of 33, as charitable as possible, we shall say It is well to stop in the hurly-burl- y of and Mrs. Mamie Hodges, a pretty little amavtv jmmhb .as. was at least uncalled fur and unnecessa- life to contemplate such an agreeable widow with a farm and only mrm, K i awi i w ' ry. Young man. we mean you who fact. 22, united their destinies last Fridav, The saw mill of the Beattyville Lum- considered usually as an unlucky day, think it manish to drink whisky, play cards and carry a pistol, consider the ber Company, at Beattyville, was de- but let us hope it will uot prove so in example you are emulating. Let the stroyed by lire. Loss $33,000; insurance, this instance. NKW aDYEKTISKMKNTS. fate of poor Mack Ferrell, who having I5.S20. Robert Bradlev Morrow, a boh of sown the wind must reap the whirlEditor Tobias Gibsno was defeated Judge T. Z. Morrow, was married last wind, deter you from following in his for the nomination for Representative of week to Miss Emily Smith, of Somerset. M. footBteps. You may enjoy the pleas- Woodford by T. M. Field, who beat him A handsomu reception was given at It a Candidate for Awcticr, subject o the action ures of such sin for a season, you may 170 votes. Judge Morrow's in their honor. Mr. of the democracy Coney Island, N. Y., has had anoth- Morrow is a promising young druggist think you are making a reputation for certain people to admire, but the end er big fire. A whole block of houses and his bride is said to be a very lovable .Dcilcr In. will come 60oner or later and you will was burned and one man sutTered a hor young lady. It a Candidate for Aenr, tubtect to the action go down to disgrace and death, for it is rible death. - of the Democratic party Saturday Mr. Johannes Klok , a written that such are the wages ol sin Cadet Shelton, of Kentucky, is giv- cent importation from the Faderland, and the devil always keeps his proniiEO en the place of honor, at the bead of his went to County Clerk G. B. Cooper and D. in this regard. class of S3 members at West Point, for said he would like to get a permit to In a candidate for re flection to the ofliee of As the best examination. marry comely little Kurolina Lidi, also setsor.of Lincoln County, suNeetlo ution otitic Tub capital removal question has been C. F. Clay, of Bourbon, lost two from Germany. Mr. Cooper is always democratic party. settled so far hr this Legislature is condaughters from inflammation of the accommoJatmz, but is especially so in cerned and we hope for all time to come. stomach in less than four days, Misses such caees as this as a great big round And- It has beeu the fruitful source of much Sadie, 17, and Nannie, 20. a. Hon el date for niler, u ect totr-I. dollar and a half is certain for a min- theidPil loss of money to the State, as perhaps tkmotracv The governor has fixed .Aug. 11 as ute's work and he pleasantly asked about a fourth of each Eebbion fur years the day upon which Henry Hall, the when the marriage was to occur. "Oh, has been devoted to the question, which Pike county fratricide, shall do the trap- any time soon," was the response in f forced down each ever and anon, though In a candidate for jaiKr, 'ul)ect to the aitwn eze net with the rope around his neck. broken English aud being unable to get trie old Jeflertoman democracy time in favor of Frankfort, would bob up Farmer Mulligan, who was to have any further satisfaction in the matter, as serenelv as if nothing had lmmientMi ' stretched hemp at Paducah HAYS, XV. next Tues the clerk fixed July 15 as the day upon r i.Tin,.tnn Tn th fl ...!..,! r.in,i Gree"n da' for "sorcide, has been granted a ree- - which the trouble shall begin. a candidate lor jailer, lubject to the anion cl It votes. Louisville 22. Bowlim; Clothing, Hoot , Shoes, &c t the OcnuKHCr and Danville 10. The latter was drop- pite till Aug. 25, so as to further test his DANVILLE. ped and on the second ballot Lexington sanity. The six Wright brothers were stand received 31 votes, Louisville 29 and BowKily Masterson, firing a pistol, SI'.'. ing under a tree near Adrian, Mo., t!0; Berry Johnson and Jim Keudrick, It a candidate for Jailer, ul iect to the cilon of ling Green lit, and on the final vote the democracy. Lexington go: 30 and Louisville 38. This when lightning killed four of them out- 57 (JO each for drunkenness were police was the preliminary skirmish to see right and injured the otlwr two so that court cases Monday. SAM M. OWENS, which city fhould contest with Frank- they may die. Ju Ige V. E. Varnon,' of Stanford, It a candidate fo- Sheriff of Lincoln county, subHon. Richard H. Hanson, of Pari", was in town Saturday evenine and first ject tu the action cl the democratic l tliraiy. fort and Louisville being chosen, the And sec his stock and Rct his prices Ik fore buying brought the neus of tliH verdict in the battle began. Louisville laid the tempt- a brother of the late Hon. Roger If you need Hanson and one of the moat prominent ing offer of $1,000,000 heforo the boIoub, murder case. 0 hut it was no good, for when the vote men of Central Kentucky, died at his B. II. l'erkine, who has been living It candidate lor Sheriff of Linco n com ty, v came Frankfort showed up with 40 votes home Saturday. in Middlesboro for some months pnt, Ject to the' action of the democratic primary Mrs. Julia Voss, who shot a man at and LouiBviile but 37 The Frankfort was here several days this week. He You should sec him. M. people went wild and say that the mem Covington because, she says, he insulted thinks the Magic City is slowly but surebers can have the city and more as long her, was given six months in jail and ly accumulating more magic. It a candidate lor memher of the Lenulature fioui to nomination hy the dc Lincoln county , as they stay there, which means, of fined $300. The jury evidently didn't Mr. Edward Mann and Miss MhuiI mocracy. ..FOR, course, an increase in the length oi the believe her story. Minor, accompanied by Mr. Jno. Mur-pb- y During the past 12 months our merstay, now past all endurance of the tax and Miss Minnie Mann, waked up chandise exports have decreased HARVEY HELM payere. The constitution-makerElder J. L. Brewer at 11 o'clock Friday wisely and imports increased $103,053,- - night and were married. All parties re- It a Candidate to iepieeut Lincoln county In the provided that this Legislature might renext LeKitlature, tubject to the action ol the demove the capitol, if it thought proper, 16S, while our net lo8rf of gold during the side near Junction City. mocracy. The wonderful petrified Spanish but that the question of removal could same period is $12,42(5,728. At a meeting of the Louisville Board desperado, "Chavese," has been on exonly be determined by constitutional amendment after that. The slow pro- of Trade a resolution calling upon the hibition here for several days. A Jailer of Lincoln county and It a Candidate cesses by which an amendment can he Representatives and Senators in Connot with a banjo discourses able atk hit frlendt fr to commit theme!ve to any el.e. Hit candidacy it inlj.ct to the action ol made insures the almost permanent lo- gress to repeal the Sherman silver act music at the door and will "parse" you one Democratic pny the was unanimously adopted. into the tent for 10c, or one dime. cation of the capital at Frankfort and The owner of the New York World, Miss Onie French, daughter of II. nearly relegates the question from discussion. Let the next man to mention Joseph Pulitzer, has given Columbia W. French, died Saturday at 7 i .m. of the subject be ducked in some of the College $100,000 to endow a preparatory lung disease. She had been a long and ROWLAND, KY. beautiful ponds of filth that abound in Bchool for poor boys atnbitiotiK for the patient sufierer. The funeral took place CROCERIES, HARDWARE, Sunday evening at I o'clock. Services OEALER IN the classic precincts of "Craw," and advantages of a college education. junction of t Mai moved drowned without the benefit of clergy. The L. & N. brakemau who kicked by Rev. J. V. Lynch, of the Baptist it.- - Ci ,nnlintol hit new More and the Plket "I nli Orrhard Orders for Hrcad by Mail or Telegraph Promptly at Kowland and It now letter than erer prepared a tramp from a moving train aud caused church. Attended to to pleae the trade In holh The Supreme Court of the Uuited his death, has been captured and lodged Dr. Eayette Dunlap returned from R. ZIMMKR, Stanford, Ky. States has declared that the Federal in jail at Iouisville, where an indict St. Louis Saturday night. He found his STOCK Ol-- ' CJOOJJs?, PlclCKH. ; Government has no right to close the ment for murder will bo prosecuted uncle, Col. Jas. A. Fisher, in a veiy recently added reatly lo hit Hock i. ui.... World's Fair on Sunday aud the injunc- against him. II (IIIK ' infil i.. par and mi lott hy had dtott feeble condition. He longs for his old Mill.ran i11 vim rent chrauer than anv boo. y all hn 57 'V tion granted by the circuit court at Chii O. were home in Danville and will soon he and ge: hit prices t.efeie buyinu The L. & N. and the C. cago was lifted. This remands the case indicted J-- r , . at Maysville for not complying brought here, if it is thought he cm back to the lower court and practically with the corporation law by filing with Btand the journey. Branch Jellico Coal Co., Falls ends the matter, since an appeal to the the Secretary of State a statement givThe wills of Miss Umh Irvine and Minertand thippcrt of the GKNUINK Bnpreme Court could not be acted on ing the names of officers on whom Mrs. Marv Young, widow of Judge before the Fair finally closes. The Sab- process can be served and the location Voting, were ordered to record in the batarians will kick, but it will be like of said officers. Try it. We are the tolt igcntt lor rfianfotd .and county court Monday. The first leaves Rowland. Office corner ol Depot ttrcel and rail the performance of Saul, spoken of in At Leavenworth, Kas., A. S. Arnold her property to Mrs. J. M. Wallace. Mr. road crotung HIRCINS .V WATTS 6 Acts 26:14. After all there are a great shot and fatally wounded his wife and J. M. Wallace was appointed administramany things worse than keeping the then killed himself. Arnold was we'!- - tor with the will annexed. Mrs Young .M.WLINKOK Fair open ou Suudays and we advise the Known in louisviiib. urmK aun gam- gave all her property to her daughter, Mil-over zealous to now turn their attention bling caused his downfall, and after sev- Mrs. Edward Flaig, J. W. Yerkes, ad' to them. eral escapades with women he married ministrator. WKIIAVKFORSALKKansas is now organizing Graduated the one he killed. Call find My eutiro stock of Waltt;r A. Wood Jutt reteived and ready for n ipection tee it. Estate. Clubs for the purpose of educatThe only woman delegate in attendMISS L1CC1K 1IKAZI.KVS, ran be found at McKin-ne- y ing the people in a new method of rais- ance at the meeting of the International machiuu repairs hUnford.Ky IJroH. Will be. sold cheap and for The simplest binder made. ing revenue and at the same time strike Typographical Union a( Chicago, Mifs B. Foster. a blow at concentrated wealtU. It is pro- Belle Piersnn, of New Albany, Ind., the cash. J. posed to raise $2,000,000 by a graduated quit the hall' because the convention reWrlnklet and hollow checkt and dul , tuuLcu woiuan't old. Half income tax and thus reduce the taxa- fused to vote the same scale of wages for uvea, don't alwaya mean that aihe't overworked or the time they only how that Os two horse binder. Deering Mower and Deering tion now paid by poor people. To iuch women, to every woman who tutferilig Hinder Twine I have returned from the cities with a nice line women as for men and she was right. Pres- ol .Millinery which I will sell for a small profit. Call on us for a beautifully illustrated or alllictcd. Dr. Pieree'a it tired catalogue, Triumphs 0f cription safely and certainly brinjt back health Gocdleft over, atfresti at thii season's goods, Rev. John T. Yates, a Methodist Thk Richmond Register and the June-io9th Century," describing Chicago, the World's Fair and strength. It' a legitimate medicine that from last season, will sell at b tonic that invigoratet and and City Times are exchanging compli- preacher locateil in Crittenden county, correct!up; a cure; a that tootht ami strengthens Deering works; also a lot of neat memorandum books. nervine It wTl be o THE CASH ONLY, the interest of every farmer who has been disbarred his sacred functions builds and COST FOR Kor all the derangement., irregularities ments, which bids fair to end iu tho needs machines to see us before buy weaknesses peculiar to wemen, It is the only guarshedding of buckets of "bloody gore." by a decisive vote. The charge was im- anteed icmedy. Ifitdoetn't benefit or cure you The reason I do this is to reduce my slock of b fUml " thc 0fTice f thi out my business at goods so I will be side anford We hope the J. O. man will catch it in morality, which consisted of being too have your money hack. Roller Mills?5' the first unnortumtv. intimate with the sisters, especially for a It won't do to experiment with catarrh. There' I cordially invite the ladies to call and examine) such an the neck for printing driving it to the lungs. my goods. I altoiolicit a share ot their patron- -' unreasonable fabrication man with a worthy wife and three chit- - the constant danger ot MRS. I. M. HIIUCB, od can nave a ponectana permanent cure witn aRY. VV. H. HAYS, Assistant, Stanford, Ky. Remedy. dren. Dr. Safe's Catarrh on ns. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal I Willing always to give the devil his In W. P. WALTON. every Department, which willbe offered at greatly reduced prices. traordinary Low Prices will 1,'JOO-pounde- rs 1 EIGHT : PAGES. FRIDAY. TELL White THE : STORY. Certainly never before and perhaps never again will you have such an op' portunity. Bargains in every department. Challics and a big lot of Fancy Calicoes at 5c; good Pacific Wash Lawns at 5c; plaid and plain at 5c, and WORTH DOUBLE THE MONEY. Surah Silk and Figured China Silk at J5c, worth Sat teens, Persian Mulls and Dimities will sold at half their former prices. have just received several cases Ladies' Sliovcrs. which ihia nJh llll'V sale at 75c and 00c, well worth double the money. And get yourself and boys a Suit while yon can get them at half price. have just received heart-rendi- ng Sixty-seve- n Hundred and Fifty Nice Derby Hats, Which will go at 85c have cut thousands of other articles prices m this sale that are their former numerous mention. blue-gras- s r JUUP aa b ib3I -- rm half jJCi STORE F. ELK IN, 'J.K.YanArsdale GROCERIES JNO. BRIGHT e- E KENNEDY, W.LMWSON, JOHN BAILEY, HARDWARE ! PETER HAMPTON, INVITES YOU TO CALL Ferrell-Englema- u T. I. NEWI.AND, F. NORTH, ubj.-c- t Farming : Implements, $174,-010,7- 00 s Fancy Grocerio:,Bread. Cal:ec. Pie: Candies, Lunches,Fnjits, &c, color-ed.perso- n T. J. HATCHER CALL ON R. ZIMMER, THE BAKER. Ad-(,rcS- J". IH.IHIILTOILSr ut-c- lf A Good Meal for 25Cts. S ...-- I I I 1 I I IT f hto II I rtJ : I l5?l t-t5wT- ASd Original Jellico Coal. Spring and Summer lincry , -- The Deering Improved Steel Binders, m MILLINERY. 1 ThePony Deeping Binder. 1 n till ' uucon-ecionabloan- d ( ! BAU6HM, AGKNT. W r iitm4mkmAmimi'f t iff, "T-- t Si I i i aiil.irti MAW 'Tflffr iVll rifMAA. JLU ..M i. "c5T 'I $ Semi-Week- - " w r-w rf vf C, ly Interior Journal Kin- your eye on Danks, the jew- - der. Dr. A'tlkman will tu here 15INOKK to-da- 4 STAwroRD, Ky., re- . June 20, 1893 member. BUM. Managtf f L x Commonwealth's business in concerned. true have pronounced as the penalty Mack Ferrell shall Machinx oil and binder twine nt A. Col. Wm. Herndon occupied the bench of Sam Engleman. suffer for the murder After four days' trial, than were ever offered and our line of White Goods, Embroideries, PERSONAL POINTS. yesterday, because Judge Saufley was of A. Warren's. counsel in soveral cases to bo disposed during which every point was contested, Laces, &c, are , of Rockcastle, ia St. Glair the case was given to th'e jury ar 2 i. m. Fivk different sizes Leonard ice chests. of. liere (or a few days. Saturday. It retired af. once to a room 200 per cunt, of your ice Will save you Mrs. C. V. Gksthy has been very ill, bill. W. II. Wearen A Co. Anotiikr man wants to be nesessor, and within 30 minutes the prisoner but wb better yesterday. and he is no lees than the capable, hon- heard his doom. His ruddy countenHI Mb. L. C. Uosijcy Iihb rvttirred fiom Wk are authorized by J. A. GivenB to est and clever John Bright, a democrat ance took on an ashen hue for a moment, 'bia school at Cumpbellaville. say that he is a candidate for the demo- and a gentleman of the old school. He'd but it was soon over and the remarkaOur Parasols have been reduced 25 per cent. Our Lace Curtains Mips Edna Courts left yesterday to cratic nomination for sheriff. make a capital one, we make bold to ble which had character- range in price 50c per pair to $6. Our light colored and light weight visit relatives in Cincinnati. say, without fear of successful contradic- ized him through the trial was again woolen demoJohn R. Mbrsiion, a Mies Mollie Waltkii returned Sun tion. manifested. It is reported that a number day from a visit to her rister in Loxltig crat and a good man for the place, is a of the jury were for inflicting the death arcandidate for jailpr. He would greatly Eon Murdkr. Marshal ton. rested one BorufT in the Deep Well penalty, but we were unable to substanlis. J. A. .Mudii and children nave appreciate your assistance. Woods Sunday night, wanted for murder tiate it. The attorneys for the Commongone to Hardin county to spend thesum All the persons engaged in gambling at Maynardsville, Tenn., and lodged him wealth tell us that the instructions were mer. At a price that will astonish you. Men's Shoes in Oxfords, high-cuts- . at the time Sam Kngleint.11 was killed in jail. He killed a boy, but claims it unusually favorable to the defendant, Ladies' Tan Shoes in Oxfords and high-cuts- , Mm anii Mrs. J. 1$. Nook, of Mercer, all to be have been indicted and are paying up was done in self detense when he at especially as to the real and apparent are guests of Mr, and Mrs. II. J. McRob-erU- . $20 and costs as fast as they can, glad to tacked him for telling that he played danger of death or great bodily barm at of! so easily. the time of the killing. At any rate, Rev. A. S. Momrrr and family are get cards. i the trial Beems to have been a fatr one, this visiting their numerous friends in wheat crop is good, the clover Tub Wiikn Col. Welch asked Judge Card- - and there were few exceptions, if any, section. meadows were never better and the corn well, of Harrodsburg, who was testifyra Dr. It. C. Mokua.n will be in crop has started oil' splendidly. At pres- ing against the good standing of his late taken to the rulings of the judge by the For Fall. A big line of Harvest Shirts, puffed and embroidered bos- defense. week or two to practice his ent the farmers tlo not seem to have the fellow citizen, Mr. James Wickersham, om Shirts. It is useless for us to go over the testiprofession. slightest reason for srumhlini- if the morals of his town were not rathl'ine-vil- le mony again, as its principal points have Mrs. Kmii.y Jonks wns called to XXT Tin: Richmond street car line has er below par and he replied "not more been given more than once I n this pa. .Saturday by the illness of her sou, so than in Stanford," some one started a proven a ilnancial failure and it was sold peMi Ferrell testified that at the time K. II. Jones. cheer, which seemed to be participated Come to us for cheap and stylish goods. W.J. Wash, of the K. C, was last week, says the Register, by order of in pretty largely. Judge Saufley grew he shot Kngleman he was rising from Gait. court. Billy Devore was the purchaser the card table with a drawn pistol to de over Saturday to conduct the pay train f very indignant at this contempt offered at W.200. It originally cost 115,000. fend John W. Bright, at whom ho (Ferover his road. tils court and threatened to send any rell) was pointing his own and Bright's Mr. and Mrs. Shklii. Tkvis and baTO LOUISVILLK AND RETURN for $1 60 man engaged in it to jail if he could find pistol, after he had grabbed it from the by, of Shelbv City, have been visiting Stanford people are notified that an ex- out who was guilty. table, where Bright had laid it down and here. Woodford Sun. cursion train will bo run from Harrods-burMrs. Mary McKkk, of Danville, who is d d hot." Those are the words fared any s n of a b h to touch it. "It to Ixxiisville Thursday, June 21), This statement was partially corroborat has been visiting Mrs. H. 0. Warren, re- leaving at 8.15 a. m. Fare to HenLouisville said to have been used by the late ickersham, who said it turned home Saturday. ry Ward Beecher as he entered his pul ed by James and return only f 50 Miss Lima Clay Am.i:n, who has been pit one sultry July Sunday. At first his was a knife instead of a pistol that Enattending College, left yesterday for her In our report of the Mexican Veteran hearers could not believe their ears, but gleman had. But little credence was, meeting the next place of meeting was when after a pauso and with delibera- however, given Wickersham's statehome at l'earhland, X. ( . stated to be Harrodsburg, when Mim Ajimi Halixju la visiting lier tion he again uttered them, the effect ments by the jury, as the Commonwas selected. The time is a may be Imagined. We shall not attempt wealth introduced Jiidge T. M. Miss Kllen, at Mrs. J. M Richard Is keceiving His Representative E. H.Gaither, Marday to be tlxed by" the committee be- to describe it. He then went on to say son's. Somerset Reporter. shal Smith and ethers, to show that Iub ,Mh J. G. Wkatiuhiohi). the Huston- -' tween the Island 15th of September. that a profane individual had uttered : : : ud villo druggist, was hero Saturday those words in his hearing as he came origin and reputation were not such as W. F. gives notice left his order for a big job of printing. church and then he opened up on conduced to truthfulness, to express it that the White Teacher.' Institute will into pin Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. Is our list of Mexican veterans we be held hero Aug. 7 of profanity and preached such mildly. the and continue live None of the Commonwealth's witness(ailed toiiicludeGcn. Win. Hurton, who a sermon on it as those who iieard it days. The law requires that each teachfought, bled and died some i years will never forget. Rut wu degress. We es saw Engleman attempt to rise, except er shall attend during tiie entire session, ago. started to write of the weather and it Torn Hurley, who said be was backing u. n. king. GEORGE B. PREWITT. Mr. M. K. Ioiui, of Iiuisville, came the superintendent having no right to was really to express the actual stale his chair ae if to do fo. jThe prosecution up Friday night and took home his wife excuse anyone. of heat that we began this paiagraph showed that the ball had entered Fugleand baby, who have been at Mrs. Murks' ft has been very man's head on the right tide and passing Ik what we hear from Lancaster be with the quotation, for a mouth. true, the local optionists seem to have warm for several days and it is getting through, CHine out at the left, thus MORELAND, KY., Mil. Gio. Uaxkh, of Hillnboro, Texas, their light already won. There is no quite dry and dusty. "Is this hot showing that the men were not facing We have opened up a nice line ot who was the charming Miss Mary doubt that a majority of the best citizens enough for you'"'' has several times been each other ut the time, and as it would of Uibanon, is on n visit to Mrs. II. are opposed to a return of the licetit-- hurled at our defenseless head, making be natural they would liave been had J. McRoberts. syhtem and we trust they will be able to us agree with the poet who wrote: "As Kngleman been rising to shoot Ferrell. and children, of demonstrate it at Mrs. J. R Moi-sa rule, man's a fool, when it's hot he With one exception thu witness for the polls LaGrange, who have been visiting her wants it cool. Always wanting what is the Commonwealth all testified thst at Tub Truth Scholtische, dedicated to not, ueer liking what he's got. I main- the time of the shooting Knulemau was We paid spot cash for these goods bought them where we could get father, Mr. J. M. McRoberts, Jr., will rethe loulsville Truth, is the latent music- tain, as a rule, man's a fool. doing nothing and tliat jha words that the most for the least money. Hardware was bought in car load lots, turn home today. , had passed betweed him and Ferrell had which enables us to make very low prices. Salt W. Black and Mr. F. M. Ilin-kl- al production of that rising young comMlf. J. $1.70. They Mean Bisinkss. A ceased for a minute or more. A very of Nicholas and Bourbon counties poser, Mr. C. V Kreiuer, of New AlMiss Lizzie Myers has opened up Dress Making over our store and rt'spectively, ore visiting their nephiew, bany, I nd , to whom wo are indebted for full of people, composed of the represen- bad case of unprovoked murder woa invites her friends to give her a call. a copy. Mr. Kreiuer married Miss Lids tative meir of Stanford and Rowland, re- made out and many who. heard the tesRev. W. K Arnold. Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you sponded to the call for a meeting Friday timony were surprised tbat the verdict will Harris, formerly of this place. Miss Mattik Gano Romikstkh money night to take action on the question of was not death. The speeches of Messrs entertain next Friday evening from i to Gkn. Hoiho.v, who made a reputation the removal of the L. iS: N. shops from McRoberts, Miller and Hill for the deay"We are opening up a splendid line of Millinery. 12 tn honor of Miss Mary I.co Rochester as a lighter in two wars, was much ple.is-e- Rowland. Mr. Joseph Severance, Sr., fense were as strong us the nature of the of Independence, Mo. c& with his reception hem. Of the 20 called the assemblage to order and sug- case ndmittod and they were all compliMifs Axon: Bu.i.ou, n member of the Mexican veterans who met here, all are gested nomination- - for chairman. Col. mented. Messis. BrecKinridge, Warfaculty of the school at Clifton Forge. democrats but him and Gen. Landram, W. G. Welch was proposed and elected ren and Owsley spoke for the prosecuVa., returned homo Saturday, after a and they were honored with the highest and W. I. Walton was, on motion, made tion and made telling arguments, Worlds Fair. the visit to the ollices in the gift of the association. The secretary, with Joe .severance, Jr, as- speech of Mr. Owsley being especially Miss Annib Dh mshon, a lovely young wa? seems to be over. sistant. On taking the chair Col. Welch pointed and convincing. ladv from Glasttow. returned home Fri NelThe usual methods of such cases will day, after a pleasant visit to Misses M. F. Ki.ki.s- is formally announced for stated the- - object of the meeting and lie and LIx.ie Slavmaker. assessor in this issue. Fully capable to called for suggestions as to the beet be observed. An effort will be made to MissMa(iiik Lkwis iias iiuain been discharge the duties of tlm otlice and methods to secure the end desired. Mr. secure a new trial, on what grounds we chosen to teach the liuckeyu school llug a democrat good and true, his Harvey Helm thought that it the com- have not Iieard, and failing iu that, an and she and her sister, Miss Bettie, went friends are confident that the people pany had fully decided to permanently appeal will be taken to the highestcourt. over yesterday to see about opening it. will decide, when they know what man- remove the shops from Rowland that it That tribunal having adjourned for the Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Spink, of Needles, ner of man he is, that he is the right would be better to take etepB to induce summer, no action can be taken should Cal., arrived Friday and are guests of man for the place, now so eagerly sought manufactories to locate here. Mr. Pax-to- n the case be taken np before September, moved to appoint a committee to bo in no event will the prisoner be takMr. and Mrs. J. M. Hail. It is their first after. confer with L. it N. officials and II. J. en to the penitentiary before fall. visit since their mnrriage in April of last Tub Lancaster kids came over Friday Darst suggested the appointment of a year. Great interest was manifested in the friends of Mr. W. R. HiJI, former-l- with haughty inein and triumphant air, number of committees. It was finally trial, the Tub being filled with clerk in the otlice at Rowland, will lie which indicated that they thought it a agreed that the substitute of W. II. Mil- people all the time, many of them laglad to hear that he iH now chief clerk very easy task to "wipe up the yearth" ler be adopted, which was that a com- dies. Much sympathy is felt for the in the otlice of the L., St. 1.. A T. at Ow with the Stanford kids, but it is well mittee be appointed, composed of three poor mother, 6ister. and brotheis, Tom they exulted before the game, as they citizens of Rowland and two of Stanford, and Bright Ferrvll, all of whom seem utensboro. Mr. J. K. Fi.ORKNtK was here last had no chance afterw aids. They are a with the chairman of this meeting to be terly cast down at the fate that his overweek taking great interest in the move great big set of fellows, but they could chairman of the committee, to ascertain taken their much loved son and brother. ment to restore Rowland to ith former not plBy ball equal to our little boys, the loss that will accrue to the railroad Wo have the kindest feeling toward all railroad importance. He has a number who vanquished them just as easy, 21 to employes who have been induced to the parties affected by the terrible af1, without pliyiug their Inst inning. of houses there. build homes at Rowland and to others, fair and for the prisoner himself we Dunn, after an absence of who have assisted in building up the cherish nothing but a feeling of the Mi. Julia Some 20 young people stormed Miss throo years in Wichita, Kas., where she town, and present it with any other sug- kindliest sytnpa'hy. We hae never bad Alice Drye and Helen Taylor, who were has been teaching music, arrived Friday visiting gestions that it may have, to an adjourn- to write of a murder case iu which wo at Mr G. B. Cooper's, Friday K. Bruce. meeting to be held at the same place felt as little bias and prejudice as this, and is with her sister, Mrs. J. night and had the highest kind of a ed The West has evidently agreed with her, this, Tuesday, night. The Rowland peo- the alleged assertion of hired attorneys time. Mrs. Cooper did not hear of the as she is looking remarkably well. ple selected Isaac Hamilton, T. L. Shel-to- to the contrary notwithstanding. proposed onslaught till a late hour, but Job. Harkkr and Jerry Smith spent and J. W. Flowers, and after a numwas equal to the occasion and had a Wrec k. Another baa been added to Sunday at McKinney, visiting the fu she ber of Stanford people had been suggestnice lunch prepared, which wus hand- ed, Mr. Severance said the long list of accidents at the Junction ture Mrs. Barker and Mrs. Smith, so ru- somely served and greatly that Messrs. W. enjoyed. A mor has it. Joe and Jerry are excellent II. Miller and A. C. Sine were better City crossing. Yesterday us the northfeature of it was watermelons, the first and worthy young men and would make .posted than any other two men ho knew bound local on the L. & N. was paeeing, d vestibuled limJellico, Tenn., Ail of the season, and the way the young- on the question and on his motion they No. 1, the husbands. ideal sters went (or them was a caution. This to represent Stanford. The ited on tlit C. S came duelling in, strik were chosen waH the third entertainment that the Misses Louts Tuton and Gertrude committee is also to prepare a inemoiial ing the tender of the L. & N. engineuid kid crowd had enjoyed during the week. Hownrd,who have tilled positions in to the president of the L. it N., Mr. M. after tearing it and four cars to pieces, most They seem to he taking the day now II. Smith, and present it to him in per- plunged headlong into the platform on . the College faculty for three ye'irs, creditably to themselves and satisfacto- while the older set occupies the rear. son, at which time it will also lay before the McCollum Hotel side and turned was rily to the president and patrons, left Mink Host P. W. Gkkkn, of the Myers him whatever Inducements that can be CDinpletely over. When his tender struck, Mr. J. R. Orndorf, familiarly yesterday ior Misa Tipton's home at Houbo, doesn't intend to have any gam- offered to induce a change of the present Dyeruburg, Tenn. Both are charming bling about Ids establishment, if he can plans for removal. After tho appoint- kuown as "pap," was knocked under the young ladies and they go away nssured help it. Without saying a word to him ment of the committee Mr. Miller ad- debris and badly wounded in the face, that more friends regret their determi- a young man took a party into one of his dressed tho meeting and when he had head and back. He was brought here on 23 and was doing .veil at last accounts. nation not to return as teachers than rooms the other day and opened up a concluded, it adjourned till they have any idea of. But for the lin- game. They were discovered when a The committee is busily engaged in Tho engineer and firemen on the C. S. gering hope that they may return in guest was assigned to the room and they getting up a detailed statement of the jumped and were not hurt and none of New stock, styles and shades. some other capacity there would be took a hasty exit. The porter only rec- number of employes who have been in- the cars on the O. S. were materially several disconsolate hearts which would ognized one and when he next appeared duced to build houses at Rowland and damaged. Tho wreck was piled away rjfuse to be comforted. in the hotel Mr. Green gave him some of the loss that will fall on them and up and it was thought that it would pretty straight talk and ended by slap- others by the removal of the shops and take eight hours to clear it. To save ' CJTY AND VICINITY. 21 was returned as 23 and ping his jaws and kicking him out of the the change of the terminal point. It long delay ran backwards us far aa Rowland, arriv and repaired house. The young man picked himself will also show how both communities, UuooY tops Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, ing here at 3 o'clock. The engineer of by DeNardi, the carriage and sign paint- - up and went away breathing threaten-ing- s will suffer and suggest inducements to Landreth's Garden Seed at er- and slaughter, hut it was all blus- the company to continue the place as the C. S. claims that bis air brakes work and that be could not would not ' Don't forget the Lincoln Couuty Fair, ter, as he (evidently knows enough to before. The committee is also prepar stop his train. when ho is well off, and has ing a plan to induce manufactories to loM3& July and 28. Also bear in mind the appreciate Harrodsburg will have a fair beginwhich must, if adopted, be $300 saddle purse and the several rich made himself scarce around the prem- cate here, New Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. ning ept fl. ises since. productive of good. sweepstake rings. Oami-iikix- I. C. WAkTOM, twino for sale cheap. Baughman. J. H. A LIVING DEATH. Rowland looks as dead as a door nail. Itt glory has departed and unless the Mack Ferrell Condemned to Suffer it for shops ore returnod, the employes who Murdering Sam Engteman. have saved up and bought little homes For Lifk. To be confined fn tho penwill hardly be aMe to give them away. itentiary at hard labor for tho rest of his Circuit Court is petering out so far aa natural life, is what 12 good men and m 3 THE MELTINGTIME but heat the prices of Dry June breezes not only warm Goods so hot that some them are melted half in two. Come and see our 5c Lawns, our 5c Calicoes, our 5c Challics, our Scotch Lawns at ioc, our printed Dimities at 15c, our line Black Wash Goods cheaper to-da- y TJNS1 UBPASSED life-lon- g New-lan- CLOTHINCj TUBS Sold So As To Clean Up EVERY COZiOH Huaton-villefo- AND PRICX. m HUGHES & TATE. 1 g 1 m . s!h-te- Law-rencebu- rg Card-wel- l, Si-it- . Mi-Clar- SPRING AND SUMMER GOOEfS 1 KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, u. Fo-gl- Dry t e, court-hous- d KIXTG PREWITT. CJO - m m e y court-hous- e SeveranCe & Son c i 1 , ,y v1 i 1 m n co Ro south-boun- vance-Sentine- l. i i 1 SEASONABLE GOODS. PAPED ALABASTINE t. WALL Carriage and Decorative Faints for Buggies and Household use. . '-'7 w 51 imu&mijiDii :r. r r h H-- fARM AND THADE ITEM. r m Iv ft They are eating ripe peaches ton county, home rntBed. Friday A. 0. Martin sold to Rev. Published Every Tuoaday and AT Williams Jersey cow for foO. ADVANCE $2 PER J. II. Yeager sold to Judge Breckinwill tw charged. ridge the Carson pony for $60. awWheti not so paid 92.60 For Sale. Yearliug Durham bulls ready for Bervice. W. H. Murphy, StanK.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. ford, Kv. Wni. Morelaml bought of various Train nares Rowund at 7.00 a. m., returning parties GO stock hogs at G to 01 and sold at j:to p.m. to J. W. Christian, of Chilesburg, three LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. July 1 to 13 delivery, at OJc. ......t- - 7 pm Mail traia going North- .Charles Swift, Jr., sold to W. O. South JP" ............... it S Pm Bruce 35 hogs, average 1275 pounds, to go Kanrats train " South It North JVI" in Julv. at Rc. W. D. Clark shipped 93 Deal Frtlfht North............. Souths. y ...! 07pm 237 lambs, average ISO pounds, bought Tha Utter train alo cart patting r. Winchester Sun. Tha abOT iscalculatad on ttandard time. Sola- at 6 to tia U about to minutti fatter. The Chicago Derby was won handily at Han thorne Park by the colt Morel QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. lo from Boundless. The Himyar Stakes ... jr....:An fit fnllws w i ...- I rami j at Latonia, worth $3,100 to the winner, bound.- - No. , Vettlbule Limited, 11.50 m.; No. 5., was won by the Louisville colt, Plutus. a. in.; No. 3 , Chicago Limited,m a.sja. No. 7., I.ocal, New Orleaos Kxprcit. 11 a; a. We will Bhut our mill down about tJ.up.m.; No. 9, Blue Gran estibule, 8.40 p. the 25th for 10 days for repairs and genNorth bound. -- No. t, Vettihule may need p. m.; No. 4., Fast Mail. .33 p. m.; No. 6 , Chlga-g- o eral overhauling. So those who Limited, 1.17 a. m , No. 8 , Local, a.55 a. m.; wheat or corn ground during that time No. to, Blue Grant Special, 6 am will please do us the kindnees to bring it before the 20th. J. H. Baughmau k matism ifyou ue Chamberlain's Pain Halm. Try in Clin- it and ou will be surprised at the prompt relict it affords. The first application will quiet the pain, jo cent bottles for sale by W II. McRoberts, W. L. llrugglit, Stanford. Fifty centt Is a small doctor bill, but that Is all it will cost youio cure any onlinary cac ol rheu- DR. W. B. PENNY Call and sec our Dentist. ..IH YKUllX car-load- s, 1 -- 0c OSes South tide Main street, in offtc recea f seated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. ttubborn Skin and Scalp Diteases, theI he mott Af cMr..i. all Mftiit tilnti and nol. sons or every name ami nature, are utterly rooted Ditcoiery. outhyDr Pierce's Golden aMedicalliver or 1m- For every dlvate cnuied by torpid so certain and winAa 1. u .I. nnltf rAinedv Mornelfectne that It can be guaranteed If ..-it fails to We will ICE benefit or cure, you nave your nvim. -. Krysipelas. Hoi j, c Bcaema. Tetter. lb. i'..i..A. ril.nili Tnmftrs ami Swell- ..... .n.t .tr kindred ailment, are completely In Stanford and Rowland, and by 50 lbs. oc per . and permanently cured by it. jo lbs and too lbs 15c per 100 lbs Wc are very thankful lor past patronage and respcctfullyre-ques- t Its continuance Will deliver trom lb up If not. now it the lime to 1.. ..mlniiimlt MRS. JANE BARROW A CO. IS irovide yourtell and family with a bottle of -- ".......--Chamneriains . louc, v.huii... .... aAr.!!!.. r rl j Kemedyasan insurance ki complaint during ,v. from an attack of bowel suits summer months. It is almoit certain to be needed and should be procured at once. No other and reme.ly can take In place or do .Us work. jocetitbottles for sale by W. 11. McRoberts, Driiggitt.Manlord ijssM NEW PROCESS STOVE. f Saves i.. I rBfnBVLBrl time labor and expense lAssssssssssssssssssH Guaranteed to be Salt-rheu- Deliver ing at l-2- Every per PERFECTLY SAFE. And to give satisfaction. 1 JOHN B. DeNARDI, W. H. WEftREN & CO. BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, STANFORD., uiiwu-Jt- a 1 mi, At John FEES m SALS STABLE, J Mneiee' nt w brick on Depot stieet. b be glad to with goo rigs at reasonable rates. My'Hus will aS meet all K. C. trains. WhowiUatatl timet Pro'r., J. W. RAMSEY,accommodate all SPLENDID FARM WATER COOLERS, s OK EVERY DESCRIPTION. All kinds of iiaired In first-clas- i r 'r f K X) Up to Juno 10 the Iowa cow, Hugo Countess No. GS3(.)4, leads in the production of butter fat for one day produced 2.5S pounds from 44.4 pounds of milk. She is a Stoke Pogis, St. Lambert cow, being by a bull out of the noted Mary Ann of St. Lambert. The Knox County Fair, Association haa issued a very lame and handsome catalogue of its 3d annual exhibition, which is to be held at the Barbourvilie A tine fair grounds September lot of premiums is being arranged aud a A cream of tarter baking pow- successful meeting is anticipated. There der. Higest of all in leavening will be reduced rates on the railroads. Fan is & Whitley bought of Jesee Latest United States strength. For, of Garrard, 12 yearling mules, i Government Food Report. mares and 3 horses, at $50. Farris A ROYAL'BAKING POWDER CO., Whitley are feeding in Boyle county 106 Wall St., New York. 605 cattle, 100 yearling mules and 25 and thev Bay they have no A. S. difficulty in getting plenty of good grass. SURGEON DENTIST. About 4UU came win oe reauy tor mo exOflice'o'ytr McRoberts Drug Store inthe new port market thia summer'-Advoc- ate. Co. Carriage Painter and, Trimmer, Call and see them before buying. sehtelct painted trimmed and re s Ev-r- y thing in the grocery line FOR SALE PRIVATELY. style. Plain and ornamental Stent Satisfaction guaranteed In both workman, ship and price. Shcp on main street, over.Wm. Daugherty'a blacksmith shop, Stanford, Ky for sale cheap. Mtotatety Pure 26-2- 1 -- m ..it nrliitelv mv .arm of 100 acres, situat DR. ed on the West side of tne Hlittonville & Danmllet 110m iiuitonv.ue anu m.um vllle pike. t ttation of Moteland. a half mile of the rallioad . v. r..m ,. In snlcndid state of cultivation, well Improved with a -,dwell n of 6a or 7 rooms, good bvn. necessary outbuilding- including the grajw About haK of the farm is sown In can be andvlded d watered and entire place Is well Fifteen Used into 1 cr 3 rarcel to suit the purchajer. J I . write to or call on, disease, preven's ditcatc, expels Mcteland, Ky Will arrett cough, -- im worms, stop Increase the flesh aud hasten maturity. Prices Jj.jo, Si.tj and 50 cents per package; can J jo ine largrsi packages aic cheapest. V r sale by A. R.PKNNV, Stanford, Ky 97- - JOS. HAAS' II FARRIS & HARDIN. A. C. SINK Hog & Poultry Remedy I rs l, Successfully Years. & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors or The Stanford Lumber Yard, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. J N.MENEHK THE 60FFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KY., two-vear.ol- flHBb PRICE, Our facilities for giving the greatest values lor the least outlay, are ' unsurpassed. JOSEPH COFFEY. Pro'r. -- W Carry a Xull Iain of Builders' Supplies. THE BEST PLACE TO HUY f J wtley Building. Stanford. GIlTiCKAX' C. D. POWILL, : : store, LOGAN AVENUE, 1 Stanford, T3-A.IK.Z". Kentucky, Always tlN goodf lower than any one else in town. New nock of Fruitt every In day. To Catherine. I know that day will be as bright As Ood can make it, and as sweet; That day of perfect love and light, When we shall meet All the glad hills shall glow with greea And all the rivers wild and rlect, Shall sing their way through that swett day When we shall meet But till that day I kneel and pray That God of his great lov and sweet. Shall blets thy tender life alway, Till we shall meet. 1 AT- AIFirst-Clas- s There are three of the best Barbers in the State There are also excellent Hath Roomi run In con- Aad BILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attaches! nection. Agent tor I eamgton Steam Laundry f JOSEPH COFFKV. ,7-t- Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, Is now la my charge and I intend to conduct it so at to t only maintain Its high reputation, but to add ta itt long lilt ol friends. Special accommodations for commercial travelers and fin rooms, ft 1 the dtiploy of samples. Saloon Wall A. Paper ! R. COME to SEE ME. Having purchaxd the All new stock and latest designs. THE P. 0. MILLINERY. Call at the post-om- Pi I I I' du The following are the date, of Jitf Ksatucky to the dcod! ilrn.v millcfollowing furs this year. prices, delivered' Of J W, Rarotev, lam increaung thestockas Jland at the Mt Sterling, July n have it fatt as poible and will . .o cents Shelby vide, July Fresh Milk, per gallon . . 10 centt gallon.. Milk, days Salmmed Kminence, July i 5 8 cents Butter Milk, per gallon Sharpsburg, July as 4 days. Stanford, July 17 a Jays Iwill male two trips dally The patronage ol the , pmb licit toltcited. U. A. tret and I will U at my store oil LancVtter Danville. August 15 days Stanford, Ky 1 yr, make it to your interest to trade with me Niehol.iville, Augutt S J days 0 enton, Augutt -- 5 da j . Public. . days. .Majstille, August a .Notice to 1 have had . Islington, August ? s 'lays. Franklin. August 304 days. das. WilllambuiK, August 3 How line Green, Seplrinber S S lyi nicely furnished and At Rowland repainted and one Pans, September 5 5 days. McKINNKY, KV hue in connection with Hotel and or the hest night; a night Kluabethtown, StptemWr 124 days open day with Housr man meets all traint. In connection Winchester, Sptember la-- S dajs. wells the have alio one ol the host Mineral on Mr.in and JMati C) nthlana, Seplembtr 1,- -4 da)s Mrs reference to water, call end for I haie bought above mentioned. Hotel at In- Glasgow, September 774 das G. W. Patrick. Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Hoyd Dr. and hate attached a Warren. Stanford, Hartford, September ij 4 das. Erin.Tenn.A. A. 'D?E Proctor, C H. Uraum, Mr. and Mrs T. W. Pool Hcom. First-Cla- ss erf allies, October -3 da s 'Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. KB. Johnion. Rates New Haven, lim Cox, Greensbure. a call, $a per Give me Hon do you do when vou buy xhoesor clothing 1 M f'etrev. clerk. Have repaired and refurnished the Hotel and o&ty - w- - CARRIER. Prop. Don't you go to the plan-- (il you sail imd it am cclter than tier you that ou may wear the where they Jell out, ami then, il you are not satlsfud, Accommodate they'll refund the rnaur) Why not dothe same when you buy infdiLir-'- ' Dr I'lcrce's GoUen Medical Dicoery Is told r to ccr on that plan. It's the only .Special attention'to Commercial M en F. B. RILEY.lProprletor. tain and effective that ttat It can be (,'uaranteed I' W fillEF.N, Proprietor. or cure m every case or you hue our to benefit JPJOK (. ARSON, Manager mineyhack. It's not like the onlin iry spnng miMiunes or bette, I have moved to my new Hotel and am All the ear round it clean.es, ever to accommodate the public sirraparilW. innjjorates the system. If you are urepared thau builds up and Livery attached and every convenience Good any THOMASjVKAGER, bilious, run down or djspeptic, or ha JA.MLS YKAGLK. G.vemeacall. blood talut, nothing can equal it as a remedy RIKy ot of Stanford and Row- r I will open on January torn, 1S93 a First-ClaOalry, (rom which I can tupply any quantity ss Kentucky Fairs. Grocery : Business room and tee the Largest and Boat Selected Stock MRS Of Millinery in town bound topltat you. 10 PENNY. Complete in Every Par- The goods and prices V rtiiuft, ticular. aie T COURTS Bo IL WEAKEN, Main Street, Stanford, 'Ky., dealer in 91-- ITo-- w the Traveling W.C. HUTCHINCS. Millinery. THE SHELTON HOUSE Commercial Hotel, My mother, Mrs. Kale Duddrnr, his Jiitt re turned Irom tne ities with an elegant litie'uf mi liuery, embracing ALL THE NOVELTIES willhae lull control. Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriages, Buck Boards, Of the seatu, of whiih she She alio engine 1 a FIRST-CLAS- S 3- Bar and Call and oamine buying and leave 1 hanking ytMi fur pait faiort Spring Wagon.i, Carts of all styles and grades, Old Ilickoiy Wagons, Imperial Plows, McCormick Harvesting Machines, Tiger Harrows and Hay Rakes, Corn Planters, Corn Drills, Land Rollers, Wheat DRESS MAKER. Drills, Threshing Machines, Engines, Saw Mills, Muggy and Wagon Harness, Saddles, Fields, Haled Hay, &c. my stock of Millmrry before your dree our order for e soln.lt same rs THE RILEY HOUSE Prepared to the MAKV I)AVIS:DL'I)DKRAK. Public. A : lilood-punhe- Tb. Pecos Valley. 1 he hneit flint belt or New Meslcn Ni fail in Lrupt under irrigation if properly attended to. All fruits growl' in California on be grown In New Mlco. eicept oranges and lemons. Land from $15 tu $jo per acreuii 10 years' nine, at Great : Cut-Pri- ce : Sale On goods in every department will begin this week at London, i Kentucky. urr 6 per cent. BANK Watches, Clocks Dr M J. Lewis, lass engaged in for the past THE JEWELER, .Articles to Suit the Most Fastidious. A complete line of Davis is a promlneut phjticlan or county, Iowa, and hat bten actively the practice of medicine at that place ,5 years OntheXrth of May, while in I'll dlDIDCI HO IUIUC lu v.lliw.k;ui i denlv taken with an Hltack ot dlarrhira. Having sold Chainlerlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Heiuedy for the past 17 ears, and knowing Its re doits ol liability, he procured a 15 cent bolt'e, which completely cured lnm The excitement incident to travel and change ol water and diet ing often proiluce a tllarrnoea. r.verv one snuuiu a bottle of this reined) before leaving Krocute 1'orsalcb) W II McKoberts, Druggist, Stanford - YEAGER & YEAGER, UVm FEED AND Call on or address, R. C. MORGAN, D D. S , Stanford Ky. t A nice line of vests will be placed on sale at 10c, worth 15 and 20c; nicer quality at a little advance. All brands of Calicoes go to-day TheCash Bargain Store B. F. JONES & SON. I) H SAU STABLE, J. II. BAUGIIMAN, FIRE AND STORM tn STANFORD, L.Y. rWearelnour newtablem theaOiera with Block and are well supplied INSURANCE AGENTP Houit .Keprt tenting., at 5c, Masonville aud Lonsdale Cottons S'jt, best 10-- 4 Hleached Sheeting 22c. We have also received a new lot of Millinery and can open your eyes on prices. Dci'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. NEW RIGS AND HORSES but first-clait m ? r The sores, ulcers, talt rheum, fever tores, tetter, ped hand, chilblainn, corns and all skin erup tiant and poutively cures piles, or no pay requir-eIt is guaranteed to givi. perfect satnl actios I'rice 5 cents per bos. or money refunded. vor sale by A. R. Penny. Stanlord, Ky Have bfen purchiicd and nothing Bucklln'H Arnica Salve. stable. tor cits, bruises urnuutt will leave the bett tslve In the world chapd. Give tli em a Call. Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Manchester, of Manchester, Imijj.; Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; Ins. Co. of NorthAmcrica. Companiet. I woule All of which are be pleased lo waito niny friends in this line. Pol. icies promptly issued. Will insure against torna does, wind storms aud lightning Lightning claus. etattachel without additional charge Office at Firtt National Hank Stanford. first-class CAMIBILI.. K. L AUS1IN. NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, CAMPBELL & .aVCTSTXir, Jewelry A. G, Lauhau. Now Try Tlila It will cost 1 on nothing and will surely do you aood If you have a cough, cold or any trouble with Discov-er- y throat, chest or lungs. Dr King's New for Consumption, Coughs and Colds is guaranteed to give rebel or money will be paid back thing Sufferers from La Grippe found it just thencov-erand under its ue had a speedy and perfect our expense and Try a sample bottle at 1 rilearn for yourtelf Just how good a thing it Is.Large al bottles free at A K. Penny's drug store. sie jo cents and $1. y. CRAB ORCHARD Fro'rs. And SILVERWARE. Complicated Watch Repairs and Artistic Engraving a Specialty. All goods sold engraved tree of charge. sWVour patronage respectfully solicited. SPRINGS. '1 PUBLIC at At Agent of I'.d Mc KnU public auction at a p. in. BJL'UE. rt, ileceaied, 1 Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset St.; wareroom, paint and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. House Painting and Paper Hanging tell will his lamed Summer Retort, with its On Saturday, June 24 '93, Ihe real estate belonging to the dece.ncd consists or a Home and Lot, the 2r"Sign Work, artistic and plain, tea We guarantee A'spccialty. A share of patronage solicited. work to give satisfaction. -- John B. Cattleman. Be&ling Waters and.Eestfol SurWhen When When When Baby vi at siclc, t. e gavt. her CutorI. alio wa a Child, ah cried for Castor!. aho became Miss, aha clung to Cantori. she had Children, she gr vethetn Canwria. It CAMPBELL -- & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky. ROYAL Insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE & C ASTLEM A jN MANAGERS,'! roundings, Is Now Ope u for the Re-ceptlon- of House Containing 10 Rooms, one Store-Rooa Picture Gallery, And they all have a (routage or 66 reel. property can be divided into Store-Room- WE SELL - Guests. The The Gurney Refrigerator, THE WHITE MOUNTAIN Cteounerce Building, Louisrille vc lii- Agents throughout the South. - 17. JL T131LS, Local Apat, STANFORD, KV. New Cattel, Wis , was troubled with Neuralgia and Kheumatism; his stomach AN was disordered, his liver wasalfectedlo an alarming degree, appetite fell away and he was terribly reduced in rlesh aud strength. Three botllet of To recover their wonted health and energies sn.l at the same time secure quiet, home like rare at Klectnc Bitters cured him. fKdTJ" Kdward Shepherd, Harrisburg, Illinoit, had . standrunning tore on his leg of eight )ears ing. Used three bottles of Klectnc Hitters and een boxes of Hucklen's Arnica Salve and his Ir ce of Board from $7 to $u per week. leg is sound and well' John Speaker, Catawba, Fo further intormation apply to o!. had file large feier aores on his leg; doctor was incurable. One bottle ol Electric said he GUS HOFMANN, rl c liittert and one box flucklen's Arnica Salve cured him entirely, Sold by A. R. Penny, drug-gitOrchard, Lincoln County, Ky Crab S. Specimen Casea. Health and pleasure seekers will find this ADMIRABLE PLACE s 100 Ft. Deep Three and a large Back Lot. Rcasonable'JRates. t. The property will be first offered in parcel! and then at a whole, the Agent acccptiujf the d largist bid. These buildings are centrally will prove a bargain to the purchaser. Sit. uated on Main street, corner adjacent to Myers House. Alio two sharea L. A' N, R. R. stock and some other' personalty. Poisesnon given July i, 1891. d cash; balance lu 6 and u Terms: months. ;t-- d J.JS. BRUCE, Agent. Iota-tedanOne-thir- ICE CREAM FREEZERS, OOOLBBS, Mocking Cages, Hanging Baskets, Flower Crocks Canary and "W-ATiEIR, Bird New stock of Genuine Carbolic Sheep Dip. Prices reasonable. McKINNEY BROS. LisW XS&Bi mjmsjm&j;t 'VjPVBtCflMtfVUtOatssssssssssssstV0Gtl'