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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893062701 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. f7Ti l '. Pjf5rsfg' " wvi! Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxi. LANCASTER. 6ARRAHD COUNTY. THE OLD HOMESTEAD. ! Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY.t TUESDAY. JUNE 27. 1893. NO. 34 MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. , r. A fellow showing u petrllloil man raked in n large number of dimes hero , last week. Mr. J. H. Marrs, of the Record Homestead is to bo thu Chief Deputy of Collector Rhodes. He Ib a worthy mun and will mnkenn excellent otlker. for Tho band boys leavo Harrodsburg, where they ploy and next day for the annual meeting of Kentucky Division of American Wheelmen. About S00 bicyclist ore to bo present. Tho battle on tho licjuor question culmiuatod in a victory for the friends of "local option,'" by a majority of 'J7I the majorities bein civil district No. 3'J; ing iu precinct No. 1, 111; No. carrying every precinct No. :$, 121, thus in tho district. The applicants for tho vote numbered Ml, but tho total vote cist against local option win only IS!), which fell short of the petitioners 112 votes. The total vole cast for lecal option was USO. There wan some troublo over the ballot", but the temperance peo pie agreed to use whatever ollicinl ballot was furnished them by the officers at the polls, rather than have any hitch in the election. The ticket prepared and ujed had a device on the word "yes" under tho question an to "whether the bcal option law now in force should beThe device concome inoperative'" portrait of a female. Tho sisted of the tf mperance side had no device above the ord "No," and claimed that there was no provision in tho law for a device upon a question of this sort. The election pasted otr quietly, notwithstanding the intense interest manifested in the reault. A monster meeting was held at on Saturday night and tho brief addresses delivered by Hitlers Frank, Wulden and Kevs.Greerand Tercyand by Capt. Herudon, Letcher Owsley and a colored speaker named Fletcher. It is said that this settles the question or three years and that another vote cannot be taken until the end of that time. Tho drift of the speeches indicated that they now propose to move immediately upon the works of the "Blind Contrary to expectations a Tigers." large colored vote was cast for local option, chiefly through tho influence of Fletcher, tho colored speaker, it is thought. The Lancaster Concert Hand fiirniahoi excellent music for mont of tho meetings of the W. C. T. l ami tho wingers of tho churches were on hand and took part in all of the exercises. Twelve ministers of tho gospel participated in the meetings at dillerent times, Vi, Messrs, Green ami Young, of tho the Methodist church, McKee, Woirall, Tercy and Ucddlrnton, of the Presbyterian. Cheek and Frank. Allen, Yancey, Wulden and Surber, of the Christian church ex-pect- old place- was rapidly going tho down- flr(- - roa, to ruin, I greatly enjoyed a E. C. W. Pays a Visit to His Childhood's wak thr0U(h tho ,,, am, foro8tfl that Home' aro still so familiar to mo. Kach tree, The weather has been so intensely hot feaco nml even th(J turn9 in the since my last letter that I linvo choeen ' roa,i acr0M the ol(1 pinntaUtm Blwsted the shade and quietudo of my sister's enBInir of mv younger !v " ,. I- .?. .!.. ...I 1... nuiiiu "' .'" y wmn 1 '- -', ruiuur roving aroiinu in city or country, but I summoned suf llcient energy to run down to Richmond the other day for a few hours' sojourn. I found tho grand old capital in a prosperous condition and could not fall to notice tho many improvements of various kinds that have been made since my last visit of some three years ago. Richmond is growing westward and what was a pasture for the neighborhood cows three years ago is now the site of tho handsomest residence portion of the city. What whs then a corn field is now the grounds of a veritable palace. Things have changed in three short years, but as they are for tho better, wo old look back with a pardonable prido and take pleasure1 in bidding her God-spee- d. Richmond has since the day of the Hxchange and Ballard Hotel been just a little behind in tiie procession in tho hostelry line. Ford's Hotel, which is probably tho best, is not in correspondence with the city. While the Dodeon, the St. Claire, St. Charles pnd others are good, they aro hardly equal to the wants of the hon ton tourist. This want of a No. hotel Will won bo tilled now, for a grand one is being built and will be known as "Tho Jeirersou." It is in the central portion of town and will cost nearly a million. Capital Square in Richmond is a delightful place and a regular d this hot weather. The grounds are lovely and laid out with much ingenuity and precisenesi. ComforUiblu seats under the largo shade trees aro occupied by hundreds of people, who enjoy tho cheap luxury and who spend many idle hours there. There are a number of monuments and other things of Interest in this beautiful park, but as you have been told about them in previous letters, I withhold another mention and description of them. in the capital are many things that lovers of history could spend day after day in looking at. Old battle lUgs, guua, uniforms that were worn by tho warriors of several wars are there and tho blood stains on them aro calculated to make the Young America turn heartsick at what their fathers went through in Hie cruel nays oi war. While Richmond is growing and spreading her wings to tho four corners of Henrico county, the city of the dead Hollywood Cemetery is not lying idle, but is tilling up at a dihtrcesingly rapid rate. There are several cemeteries 'round Richmond, but Hollywood is tho largest and most interesting one to tho stranger. Resides largo mot'.iimeuts to pri vate citizens, there is the Confederate Tho wife of .Sanders Ashton, a Mar- monument, overlooking 12,000 graves of l shall county farmer, who has been brave men, who lost their lives in tho :0 years, caught her husband in a struggle for the Lost Cause. Tho ashes compromising situation with another of Tyler and Monioc lie woman and now there's trouble in tlio there, while the body of tho beloved Jeffamily. ferson Davis Iihs recently been deposited George Hale, the infant son of Hew In that sacred earth. A niece and nephanil Mrs. W. J. Ward, died nt Somerset. ew of mine are also buried in Hollywood Mrs. Ward was Mies Hannah Fair, an al Hepub-lica- u and it is a sweet hut sad pleasure for me umnie of Stanford College. The to visit their little graves and think of also notes the death of Mrs. Jan. T. dear Klla Leo and Claiborne as blight May, aged 3S. angels in the Father's Kingdom. A cyclone swept up to tho suburbs In my peregrinations aroun Rich of Atlanta Thursday, but then broke in two and went around tho city on eacli mond I wandered out toward tho peniside. Tho Atlantiana were badly scared, tentiary and was very much surprised to but not much hurt. Outside the city a (hid that the buildings of old had provnumbur of houses were unroofed or oth- en inadequate and that a large addition had been built. This does not look well er wise damaged. During the eutiro history of tho for tho Old Dominion and it rather dis government down to 1ST thoro were tresses mo to think that the mother of coined only S,0'5,S:tS silver dollars. statesmen, tho queou of them all Virginia finds itfl necessary to enlarge her Since 1678 there have been coined dollars, or f0 times as prison walls in the hour of peace and silver many as during the whole period of tho prosperity. Virginia has recently built a reformafree usa of silver for money. tory for young and less hardened crimiA special from Wheeling, W. Va., atates that Win. Waugh wa struck by nals at Laurel, between Richmond and lightning, the current of electricity "as Ashland, and it is pretty well filled with reraons, particularly young it passed through tho bottom of his making a largo hole in thorn and ones, are sent there when found guilty shoes tearing tho metal bucklo on" one of them, of minor offenses ftnd instead of the in his panUiloons and hat being torn to carceration they would be com polled to stand in jail or penitentiary, they are shreds." TlTe proposed lease of tho convicts given a good deal of liberty and an ef Co. has bee,n de- fort is maue to teacu mem na lugu n by the Mason-Foaof honor as it is possible. They clared oil. Treasurer Halo domanded sense are permitted to attend church and have that tho contract should ha made to cona good many other privileges, hut are form to tho law governing contracts bemade to work each day at various trades and tenant, but tho tween landlord objected and negotiations were ac- that are taught. Since beginning this so called commu cordingly ended. nication I have had the pleasure of a visA United States judge has decided it to my old home the place where I that State laws prohibiting tho sale of llrst saw tho light and whore now lie all contravention of article 1 cigarettes is in that is earthly of a loving and indulgent of section 8 of the constitution of tho father nud mother. The old homestead United States, and null and void in so has changed and the change is sadly for far as it prohibits or attempts to prohibfurnishing to any the worse. it, selling, giving or It was my father's great pride to keop one by an Importer. petitions are being the residence, the outbuildings, the fenIt is said that ces and in fact everything around the secretly circulated and a well developed dear old place in good repair, hut 12 movement Bet on foot to have a now west long years have elapsed since then and State formed of wept Tennenjeo, the ravages of time are plainly evident. Kentucky, south Illinois, southeast Mis''Tho hinges have rusted, and north Missisa-in,,!- . souri, east Arkansas The doors have tumbled down, The scheme is to have Jackson. the talk of And rain."roof lets in tho sunshine and Tenn.. the capital. There isnoxtCon-,grbringing the matter before the Notwithstanding my sorrow that the 1 god-sencourt-houso Mir-he- r, Ken-drii- k. Tho Deering Camp Meeting begins Aug. 10 with a number of distinguished divines as drawing cards. The High Bridge meeting will begin July 21 and have Sam Jones for four days. FALL TERM OPENS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH, 1893. Miss Olive Downing Alford and Jas. when I lived there happy and content I. Nelson were married at Lexington ed in the little world of our own. A SCHOOL AND HOME KOH GIRLS. and have gone with Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Our home was not as modern as the Good faculty; superior advantage; a betutlful and healthful location. Special course and ipcl structures of the present rapid age, Nelson Page to spend their honeymoon it was far out into tho country, and at Oakwood, Va. Tho groom is a cousin inducements ottered to thoie who desire to make teachers. Our aim is to make our pupils thorough The College has been recently rented, and a College Library, Wall Maps, Globes, Tellurians, Charts, probably we did not have all the luxu- of Mr. Page. M. O THOMSON, Principal. j Mr. Monroe Brown, n young widow- &c .have been added. ries that people now have, but it was homo to me, and I love the old place er, of Casey, and Miss Martha Estes, a and never will I miss an opportunity to fair Lincoln county daniBel, were marvisit it. Few pleasures to me are great- ried at Mr. Wilson Eetes' on the 24th, er and when I turn my back in depart- Friday, which seems to be a popular ure it is with n heavy heart, even if it is day for such ceremonies. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Elder Joe Severance, Jr , performed not what it used to be. hia first marriage ceremony Saturday, I met a good many old friends and for1893. mer schoolmates while around tho old when ho united for life Mr. M. W. Vaught and Miss Lou Etha Vaught. The place and that within itself was worth Full corps of Conservatory attd Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music aa ten times tho trouble of the trip. Many ceremony occurred at Mr. Joe Sever- Art. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. of them I had not seen for years and ance's. The young parson stood the ormany had grown from school boys to deal fully as well as the couple he join-eMEN'S AND BOY'S together, but the knees of all three the heads of households, but tho time smote together pretty lively. hadn't nllected us and I dare say our conFourteen years ago James Scarlett versations were far more lilting for school and Miss Belle Gibbons were married bo) s than for "grown up" boys. at Mitchell, Ind. The marriage proved E. C. W. a failure and after eight months Jim left his Belle. She procured a divorce and FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. both married, a number of children Delawatu will produce 3.000.000 blessing the union of each. Belle's husbaskets of peaches this season. band died and Jim got a divorce from Thompson Hros. sold to John Shel- hia wife few a months ago. Then they by n pair of mare mules for 2t5. met again nnd the old love being rekinBoone Hros. sold to Holman & dled he once more laid successful seige JUST IN a bunch of cattle at 31 to Belle's heart and Sunday he marcents. ried her again. For Sale. Yearling Durham bulla Mibs Bettie Tarsons, the attractive ready for service. W. II. Murphy, Stan and accomplished daughter of Mr. and ford, Ky. Strayed, a black sow, two notches in Mrs. T. S. Parsons, was married in Louone ear and underbit in other. Inform- isville on tho 21st to .Mr. Sherman W. ation will bo appreciated. J. H. Fos- Ferris, and will be at home to their friends after the 1st, at 110 Central Avter. enue, Lexington. Miss Bettie is an exG. G, Leach, who lives neir got a net profit of $123 30 off cellent young lady, and the man who The first day of June was the day on which vc began the of 1 of an acre of strawberries duiiug the has won her has secured n prize. Mr. Ferris is a member of the faculty past season. John Hill Bold to Prewitt A Wood a of the A. M. College, at Lexington and bunch of yearling heifers and steers at is said to be an excellent gentleman. As 3 cents. John, Murphy sold to the same his bride is a school teacher they ought to find much congeniality in each other. firm a bunch of hogs at 5 jc. It is reported that Congressman W. Will Moreland bought of J. W. OF Christian, of Ohileaburg, 150 fat hogs at C. P. Breckinridge is shortly to marry 0c and sold 130 feeders to Heazley Hros. Miss Madaline Breckinridge Pollard. She at (1.37 j, 10 to David Logan and 20 to K. is a native of Fayette county, where she now lives with her mother. She is poor, W. Lee atOlc. of our farmers are busy cut uui very nmimious. several years ago Many ting wheat, which is nearly all ready for Mies Pollard obtained a position under tho harvester. The opinions as to the the government in the interior departgeneral yield vary. Local dealers aro of- ment at Washington. It was she who made tho remark when Sherman died fering 60 and Two. Advocate. The low prices at which we propose to sell the above mentioned arthat "the devil had gotten his own." Houudless, who ran third in tho Kentucky Derby, won tho American The remark mado her famous at the ticles we call moving and you will decide with us when you find how Derby nt Chicago in a gallop and raked time, but was the means of depriving in tho $30,000 pot. Hundreds of thou- her of her position. She was summarily sands of dollars changed hands on the "fired" by President Harrison. Hustonville, Ky. Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 5th d CLQTHINGI Mc-dur- e New Stock, New Styles, H. J. McROBERTS. Treze-vant,Ten- n., Cash Slaughter Sale, -- Dry Goods, Clothing Ladies' Slippers. result. Daniel L. Hedinger, Frank II. Alfred N. Lealer nnd John F. Stewart aro tho Kentuckiauu among the 87 special examiners who have been reap pointed with salaries reduced from to j 1,300. A Texas farmer whose cattle were lousy says ho exterminated tho vermin by cutting an onion in two and rubbing it all overthoui. It took two or three onions to each animal, but it was effectual, as not a live louse could bo found two days afterward. s The crop of seed is veiy light this year. S. D. Goes will hare about 3,500 bushels, which will probably exceed that of any other man iu the couutry. Twenty-livcents at tho stripper or 10o cured seems to bo tho prevailing prices. Richmond Register. Rep-per- t, fl,-40- 0 blue-grase CHURCH AFFAIRS. Ridiculously Low -- mar-riet- Rev. A. V. Sizetnore will preach at Logan's Creek next Sunday afternoon at and as elegant o'clock. a bargain. The Lutheran is the fourth religious denomination in this country, having communicants. Its total mem- be ramp throughout the world is about '. We sell these goods. No man in Lincoln county carries as fine goods styles in Clothing as we. Come at once and secure STEPHENS & KNOX. TO THE 50,000,000. old-timo I 419,-2i)l,S:- ovii-uoer- s. rd com-pan- y Nashville, Tenn., March 0, 1SIK5. The Stockton Medicine Co., Nashville, Tenn. Gentlemen It gives me exceeding pleasure to speak of your Antiseptic, as I consider it something wonderful in the way of medicine. My old servant Albert, who is 712 years old, was very sick with Pneumonia, complicated with Heart Trouble and Dropsy. I called in mv fain ily physician and gave turn every attention, but thu doctor finally told me there was no hope and the only thing that could he done was to make him comfort able until the end. At this poiut I decided to give him Stockton's Antiseptic, as it seemed to be performing almost miracles for others. It was given in regular doses every three hours, and tho fever began to decrease from the first dose and a decided improvement was noticed the first day. In three days he was sitting up and in a week he was back nt his work as usual, and regained his strength very fast. I conscientiously believe it saved the old man's life. Respt., Frank Searight, No. 5 Noel Block. For sale by A. Stanford, Ky. m H. Penny, Druggist, To Chicago via tub Lakes. Tho greatest trio to the greatest fair on earth ride; Detroit to Chicago and a in tho grandest palace steamers on me Lakes. Picturesque scenery. Returning from Chicago direct, all rail; or you can go to Chicago by rail and return via tne Lakea and Detroit. Berth and meals included between Mackinac and Chicago. Round-trirate from Cincinnati $21 JJ0 (via Tolodo and boat 30c less.) tor further information ask and C, H. & D. U. R. agent, or address E. O. McOortnick, G. P. & T. A., 0., H. & D. R. R , Cincinnati, O. 1,000-mil- e p e. Three men have been held for the grand jury without bail and four othors placed under bond, charged with killing Andrew Dohwn in Pulaski county. The Baptists in the outlying districts of Pulaski still ooserve the ancient and malodorous custom of We call your attention to the Lata Improved The Brent congregation went through it last week. The General Christian Missionary Society of the Christian Church will change the place of its annual meeting, now that Chicago has demonstrated hei wickedness by opening the Fair on Sunday. Tho Methodists, instead of withdrawing their exhibit from the World's Fair on account of Sabbathjopening, will cover it with canvas on tho first day of the week, commonly called Sunday. (See Mieah 7::i.) Lou. Times. A mission of tho Baptist church here was established at Colley's School-hous- e Sunday by Rev. A. V. Sizemoro, And would say to you never buy without first examining it. We asassisted by Rev. J. H. Julian. The hand sure you that it is the simplest, most durable and the lightest draft of fellowship was given to IS and seven machine on the market, and less liable to get out of order. Call and will bo baptized on the second Sunday it. It is represented at Crab Orchard by V. A. Carson, at Stanford in July. by D. H. Stagg, at McKinney by Alford & McKinney, at Kings-vill- e The faculty of the new Presbyterian by W. L.tMcCarty and at Ilustonville by John Riffe. Theological Seminary at Louisvillo has has been selected and it includes Revs. .A-XjWm. Hoge Marquess, who will bo chairDon't fail to see the Buckeye Machines. man, C. R. Hemphill, T. D. Wither-spoo- Kept by each agent. F. R. Beattie, T. M. Hawes and Hdwin Muller. A late bulletin of tho census department shows that the Southern Baptists have 037 associations, lf,20(i organizations and 13,472 church edifices, valued at over $18,000,000. Kentucky has the largest membership, 152,008, but North Carolina is a wonderfully close second, with 153.6LS. Georgia has There aro 1,111 Baptist congregations in Kentucky. Tbey exist in every New stock, styles and shades. county except seven or eight, the number of congregations to the county ranging from one each in Leslie, Robertson and Rowan to 40 each in Barren and Pulaski. The largest membership is in JefReady Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, ferson, which has 19 organizations and 0,045 members, against 4,030 members in Landreth's Garden Seed at Barren, and 3,400 in Pulaski. The second county in point of membership is Owen, which has 3,003 members in 29 congregations. New Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. feet-washinXj Farmers of Lincoln Co. New Buckeye Machines, ikiiiltids oif repairs n, SEASONABLE GOODS. ALABASI1 WALL PAPER & 137,-GS- 0. Carriage and Decorative Faints for Buggies and Household use. W. Bo MoMOBBRTS, vJtMJ$fi$0$k$ mmsmmaimfmtmmhim i V - ilfl , . -- . " 97 7 -- 11 . " V- -'' I W &mi-Week- ly Staicford, W. 6 OR 8 PAGES. v When Mrs. Jefferson Davis arrived at West roint. Saturday, she was met and warmly welcomed by Mrs. U. S. Grant. This evidence of disloyalty on the part Ky.,- June 27, 1893 of Mrs. Grant is shocking. But what are tho republican papers going to do about it? They can't help themselves P. WALTON. and it will be very grinding on the nerves to have to grin and bear it in silence. InteriorJourhal EVERY laiXJA-TT-. It is said that figures won't lie, but the average farmer will say that Brer Harry Summers ia Bomewhat of a liar himself when he attempts to prove by them that wheat can be raised profitably at (K) cents. That gentleman figurea that at 20 bushels to the acre a profit of 33J per cent, is possible. It muy be pos sible, but it is not very probable. ov- Owing to a frivolous objection State big Good Treasurer Hale has refused to confirm the lease of the 400 convicts to the MaQooa son A Foard Company and the deal is Goods 7c, 5c, 6c off. The treasurer seems to have made a reputation as a weak and vacillating man and this additional confirmation of Another ex. catches onto his old job. the fact fully establishes it. Tho ac- Thomas 0. Jones, of this State, has been tion of Hale is a victory for Gov. Brown, appointed consul at Funchal, Madeirai who the LouiBville Commercial says, the same position he held under Clevehas announced his intention to drive land's former administration. He is an 85c, 75c. the concern from the State because uncle of Senator Lindsay's wife and thnt DANVILLE. be Compa- accounts for the milk in the cocoanut. Wc members of the Mason & Foard ny favored Gen. Watt Hardin against The Senator seems to be very near the we A daughter is a lato arrival at the GOc, John Young Brown for the democratic the throne of grace. home of Capt. Thos. H. Bell. nomination for governor. The latter Miss Babe Parks nnd Mr. Wes It is worth the Geneva consulate to Withers had a light Saturday evening charge is made unequivocally and must 1b Ben Ridgely ten times over to have his therefore be accented as true until it and were sent to the workhouse each It goes to prove old boss, Marse Henry Watterson,, write for six days. denied authoritatively. that the governor is a very small man, so prettily about him, as he did in a Peter Gilcher will move into hie even smaller than his enemies imagined, lengthy editorial in the new Third Htreet residence in a few boys and that the people made a mistake in It must have made him feel good all days- It is finished and is a model of over and caused his hat band to burst, We electing him their chief executive. The elegance, neatness and convenience. Mason-FoarCompany is entirely re- if anything could. Mr. Sanders, foreman nt Bottoms' sponsible and as it seems it is the only Perry ville Mills, is Beriously ill with a Princess Kulalis with her ISo trunks, firm willing to help take the white ele- all ae large as small-sizecottages, has liver trouble. Mrs. L. Eddy, wife of phant off the hands of the State, no pri- left us and we common people of the Prof. Eddy, is recovering from a severe vate or personal reasons should be taken United States will have to scuffle along illness of several weeks' duration. We into consideration in dealing with so im as before without the presence of royalO. E. Say re and twoaons, of Atlanta, to portant a public matter. We hope the ty. It is very sad, but by bracing up Ga., passed through here Saturday on too to governor has been misquoted and that sufficiently we may be able to stand it, their way to the World's Fair. They our good opinion of him will remain un- for awhile at least. are traveling on bicycles and have alchanged. Never in the history of the ready been on the road three weeks. i b- -9 Mrm mm Tiik World's Fair management will atState have administration matters been JIL m Mrs. Win. G. Kennedy, who had in such a muddle as at present in Fiank-for- tempt to carry water on both shoulders been blind and ill for a long time, died The Sinking Fund Commiesioni by running wide open on Sundays and at her home near Shelby City, Thurs Pollard, who used to reside in Crab l)r- which sees after the penitentiary and holding religious services in the after- day evening and was buried at chard, is hero visiting among her old , other institutions, is torn into factions, noon, seemingly to forget that it is writMeeting House Friday morning friends, who were delighted to hive her ' each of which appears to think of per- ten, "Ye cannot serve God and mam There is a town ordinance hero for- once more with them. Miss Eva Buch- sonal victory more than the interests of mon. ..:....:n I bidding hogs to be "kept in pens" from anau has returuen i irom ii.umotuir. the State. The lateBt war to break out May 1st to October 1st. Now what Miaa VnnU'inkle. who has been with Dan K. O'Sullivan, of the Louisville sized enclosure constitutes a "pen"? is is between Treasurer Hale and SecretaI). B Kdmiston, has returned home. Critic, is a candidate for the State Senate the question which agitates the justice Mrs. ry of State Headley, but aa it is so Dealer In. Jimmie Slaughter is Buffering from a count for distributing powers. on paper, no serious results are and if brains and "get-up.iii,t QnMf nf crvsinela". Mr. Dave The former published a anything, he is us sure for the place as anticipated. Archie, the 10 year old son of Mr. B. Carson, of McMinnville, Tenn., on his card reflecting on the latter, who char- a cent is for a ginger cake. W. G. Dunlap, fell from a clifi' neHr way home from the World's Fair, top- acterized it, also in a card, as"malicious "Lover's Leap," on Meaux's Branch, ped over a day or two to see hi brother NEWSY NOTES. unmanly, cowardly, false and contempt-able,- " dislocated his collar bone and bruised nnd sister, J. K. Carson and Mrs. BrookP. adding that "he can settle his Sixteen persons were killed by the himself badly. Hu will soon be out, He did not stay long enough for his grievances with me without calling on cyclonoin Jefferson county, Kaa. but it is marvelous how he escaped with many friends to seo much of him. Mips j the public." This eeems to call for a There are 49,005,000 dwelling houses his life. Susie Ijisley, one of thf nanneomrti And- fight, but it will end in smoke to be re in Europe and 11,400,000 in the United Attorneys have informed the I. J. young ladies of your town, was here to of fish is States. vived later on. A nice kettle that next Wednesday a suit for ;5,000 see Mrs. Maggie James, this week. Mr. that at Frankfort, to be sure. Lightning struck a residence at At- damages will be filed in behalf of F. A. Joseph Severance fc Son, Joe, of Stanlanta and caused a fire which destroyed White, the patent medicine man, against ford, am attending tho meeting here. The people of Kentucky will have T. A. Bradley, whom he will allege SS.O00 worth of property. The friends o! Mr. W. E. Perkius, are greater cause for rejoicing on the "Glocaused his arrest and prosecution for ..la.t to um.. Hi tn out after unite a sick J. C. Mackey, Meadow Creek, and rious Fourth" than they have had for felony when ho was totally innocent of spell. .MissTo.nlinson, u hnwjsomo la years. The Senate has adopted the J. w. uiireatn, Molly Mill, are new any offjnse. Whitley county dy from Danville, is the guest ol .Mrs. J. House resolution to adjourn sine die JuIn addition to the list that you al K. Holdam. Mr. J. U. Bailey is spendThe British battleship Victoria was Clothing, Hoots, Shoes, &c ly 3d and clinched it beyond possibility ruu in to off Tripoli by the Camperdown ready have, Collector Kodea has made ing this week with his mother in Mercer of reconsideration. Praise God from appointments and au- county. He li.ivee next week for New Whom all blessings flow Tho body has and 430 of the 71S officers and men lost these additional thorizes the Interior Journal to say Mexico, to make that his home. Wo lives, cost the State more than half a million their Win. Mutchler, democratic member that there is no more patronage nt his regret very much to give them up as of dollars and the benefit is so small it of Congress from the Sth Pennsylvania disposal. The storekeepers and gaugers they have been in our midst for 13 it can hardly be reckoned in dollars and will be oppointed later on by Secretary years and have many warm friends . cents. Let" us give thanks when the cor- district, died suddenly of heart disease Carlisle, upon the recommendation of last week. morant has at last voluntarily relinquishLancaster Court. A very small Henry Jones, a colored convict, the collector, of course. And sec his stock and Kct his prices before buying. If you ed the pap it has taken with bo much voneed The collector's district is divided into crowd attended court yesterday, the har Eddy-villwhile trying to escape from the raciousness. penitentiary was mortally wounded six divisions. Of the 1st, composed of the vest keeping them Ht home. About CO counties of Anderson, Mercer, Jeosa-min- cattle were on the market and most of It has been demonstrated that there by a guard. and Bovle. J. C. Wilson, of Mer them changed hands at 2J to 3 cents' are mm on the pension lists who are Watson Bramlett, who lived near is to be deputy collector. Vou should see him. William Morehuu! bought of O. C. Mc drawing monthly stipends from the gov- Georgetown, committed suicide to spite cer, 2d Madison, Rockcastle, Garrard, Es- Clure a buuch of stock hogs at ttj ami of ernment for no other cause than that his wife, who spent more money than he till and Jackson; Thomas Austin, E. B. Brn.ley a lot at 5 30 He bought they are bald. If Brer. Polk Johnson could make. deputy collector. Owing to reforms lately inaugurated of Isaac Herrin a bunch of 1,000 pound bad fit on the right side, wouldn't he .FOR 3d Wolfe, Lee, OwBley, Perry; Judge steers at 3jc. be wallowing in clover now? Like poor there will be this year instead of a defiUucle Ned, he hasn't even a suspicion of ciency, a surplus of $1,500,000 in the pen- Stephen Tutt, Wolfe, collector. If you feel weak and all worn out take 4th Lincoln, Pulaski, Wayne, Lau- Stockton's Antiseptic. It will cure you. capallary substance on the summit of sion appropriation. The new liberty bell was cast at rel; J. M. Carter, Lincoln, deputy col- For sale by A. R. Penny, Druggist, Stanbis cranium, the place that the capallaford. ry substance ought to vegetate. Troy, N. Y., Friday. Thirteen thou- lector. ox, Clay, Leslie, Bell, Whit, sand pounds of metal were used and it Do vou want to make one hl'.ndhki) In obdkr to relieve the money market was furnished by thousands of people. ley, Harlan; W. J. Caudill, Knox. dollars this Summer? or will you make by putting $7,534,000 in circulation Secre0th Magoffin, Floyd, Pike, Knott, only ten dollars? Both are to be eaMarshall county will vote on the sily done, if you canvass for the Illustratary Carlisle has given notice that the local option question Aug. 5th and the Letcher; I). D. Sublett, Magaflin. ted Kentuckian. For liberal terms aud 1 July interest due on government bonds air down there is already charged with All the above will be sworn in July particulars address Mrs. E. D. Potts. July 1, will be paid at once. This plan caloric. The "dryB" feel confident of at Richmond and when the office gets in full N. Broadway Lexington, Ky. 40 was adopted under the last administra- victory. working order the present BtorekeeperB All Free tion and worked most satisfactorily. The Wra. D. McCoy, colored, of Indiana, and gaugers will without unnecessary New Ol.cov have until Or 'ihoe who value .mil lhoeKinc' have not nay: money is lying in the treasury idle and United States minister to Liberia, is delay be replaced by democrats. who know lit err now the opportunity to try it free Call on the adhad just as well be doing the country dead. He is the fourth minister who has tree, u..tn...l ,lr, n.ci. t ami eel a tiial battleChicago,bend and CRAB ORCHARD. your name to II. E. HucUen .V Co , some good. died at his post in Liberia during the e ' bottle seta trial copy ofof Dr. KinB New lloixeho Id anil Omde to Hmlth well as a We hear there is to he a weddiug TnK Columbia Spectator is an enter- past 12 years. Instructor free All of which U Kiuranteeil to do Orders for Hread by Mail or Telegraph Promptly Attended to. has been talked of so long )ou Rood and cot you nothing at A. K I enny but it Frank P. Scearce, the Lexington prising paper.! Instead of telling how R. ZIMMKR, Stanford, Ky. drus store , we do not Btate it as a fact. forger and of real estate, Gen. Wolford, whose home is in its Seo tho World's Fair for 16 Cents Mrs. Canter and children, of LonHis town, was at tho time of goiug to press, gave himself up to the authorities. Upon receipt of your addie" and ij centi in ..:.,... w h will it copied a dispatch two days old from. bond was fixed at $10,000, in default of don, are with Mrs. Magee. Mrs. Potter, I'ortfolio..n.,. World' mall vou our Nmvpnir Columbian l.iiHon of of Manchester, has been with her sister, The regular the li 50c, but we want ou to the Courier-JournaThis is a Strange which he was locked up. prire ou price nominal we In a raid upon moonshiners in Har- Mrs. Chas. Redd, Jr. Tho many friends have it a workmake themid a thing to be prized. will 1 way to ruu a local newspaper. It c of Art find Lizzie Gormley will regret to containifullpase view sol the ureal bmiumKS din county, Tenn., J. W. Brown, United of Miss x4-mZ- -1 In the lxr-i- . wllhdeicrlpticmof wine and H The sugar bounty law will put $0,403,-(S- 0 States Marshal for West Tennessee, was know that she leaves for Green Briar hlchvt tlei.l art If not aatltfied with it alter 87 into the pockets of the sugar dangerously shot and Special Deputy Springs July l to spenu a coupio oi you eH it we will refund the tampa and lit vou H i:. Ilucklen .V Co , keep the book Addr growers this year without justice or rea- Marshal C. B. Garner waa killed. months. She will be greatly missed. ChlcaKo, III son. This is one of the many unjust There was another baptizing at the The Connecticut house defeated the statutes passed by the republicans, which bill providing for a constitutional con- river Saturday when four were imiiicrHthe new order of things ought to erase vention, 71 to S, on a nearly strictly ed. This makes ten by baptism and. ri As XI as quickly as possible. party division, tho democrats voting five by uniting membership, 15 in all, C-Ifor and the republicans against the bill. to reward tho ministers for their untir- The article in our last issue with refLebanon Junction ison quite aboom. iny efforts. Interest continues to grow' erence to the establishment of factories riir. A nrmberofnew houses are going upi and the largo crowds aro held spellhere has already brought letters from VR HAVK FOR SALK- is advancing nnd at a recont bound by the eloquent and yet simple real estate practical men. Tho manager of the sale of town lots they went oil" like hot manner in which the scriptures aro exFurniture Manufactory, who is Messrs. Briney and Frank. aa experienced man, desires to start a cakes. This is the result of making it a plained by though but a mere .boy, bids ' terminal point. The latter, The simplest binder made. similar concern here. Kev. John F. Thomas, presiding el- fair to make a name for himself in the Stanford, : Ky. Tukrb's never a sweet without its bit- der of the Frankfort district of the A. M. pulpit. Much regret was expressed at ter. The adjournment of the Legisl- E. conference, was struck by the engine (the departure of C. E. Powell, who was Stock the binder. Deering Mower and Deering Binder Twine. Or ature will cause the suspension of the of a freight train near Parksville and in- assisting so nobly in tho work, but sickCall on us for a beautifully illustrated catalogue, "Triumphs of the Daily Frankfort Capital and its return to stantly killed. He was 70 and had been ness and appointments necessitated his Most Complete 19th Century," describing Chicago, the World's leaving. We hope to have him with us the weekly form. We shall miss its preaching 52 years. Fair, and the big Bro. Briney July 4 will be the occasion of a grand again in the near fnture. pleasant daily visits. Deering works; also a lot of neat memorandum books. It will be to fireworks and electrical display at the is working hard and zealously for the Rock Bottom Prices. Prompt the interest of every farmer who needs machines to see us before buy The Senate killed the Bennett dog World's Fair, which is expected to sur- church here and doing great good for personal attention given to repair ing elsewhere. Wc will always be found at the office of the Stanford law and if the farmers would march up- pass all previous efforts. Excursions the cause of his Master. Roller Mills. on Frankfort and kill the Senate it will be run from all leading cities and Miss Hettie Harris is still very sick. work. One call will convince you JT. would be nothing more than retributive Miss Martha Ho'.dman is no better. Mrs. J justice. W. H. HAYS, Assistant. 000. Nannie Pollard, widow of Judge John that this is the place to trade. The Pacific Bank of San Francisro has failed for two millions. More than 2.500 people witnessed the unveiling of the granite monument at Chicago Sunday, to the memory of tho five executed anarchists, many of lueiu aympauuzerB, uui nu uimuiumux-occurreu. It Ib estimated that the force of the contact of the English warships, Cam- perdown and Victoria was equal to tho blow that would be struck by a railroad train consisting of six Pullman cars drawn by tho heaviest of locomotives, Bity one of 120 tone, running at a speed of 60 miles an hour. Tho Sunday attendance at the World's Fair is a disappointment to the management. Only 71,lt3 people visited the great show Sunday, tho workingmen and their families not turning out aa upon previous Sundays. The falling off is attributed to the closing of the United States exhibits and the closing down of the machinery. Jn every Department, which will be offered at greatly reduced prices. iruvrlllliury XjUIV JLriCCS Will Ex- - XELL White THE : STORY. and Certainly never before and perhaps never again will vou have such an portunity. Bargains in every department. lot of Chatties and a jrancyuaiicoesatoo; racijia Wash Lawns at 5c; plaid and plain at WORTH DOUBLE THE MONEY. Surah Silk and Figured China Silh at Satteens, Persian worth Mulls and Dimities will sold at half their former prices. have just received several cases Ladies' Slippers, which will offer in this week's 75c and 00c, well worth double the money. sale at Courier-Journa- l. - And get yourself and have just received a Suit while you can get them at half urine. d d Hundred and Fifty Nice Derby Hats, Which will go at S5c t. lotjxsyixxje ( I have cut thousands of other articles sale that are numerous mention. their former prices in this half wir'ffiviiXj McCor-mack- 's JXVanArsdale GROCERIES HARDWARE ly " I post-master- s. ! INVITES YOU : TO CALL Implements, e e Farming Gar-rar- -' Fancy Groceries,Bmil, Cakes, Pies Candies, Lunches.Frvits, &c, 5th-Kn- CALLONR.ZIMMER THE BAKER. A Good Meal for T 2f!tc L. y, Ad-,rcs- s' ( l. U on-- ) 1 etm-Utw- l liSL JrJ-fW'8H' IVkH'r titv Bn 1 J-3- - j 19 JX N3 KB liTT two-hors- e I J I 1131 Pi I J Binders, Mid-dlesbo- Jeweler, The Deering Improved Steel ThePonyDeering Binder. H. BAUGHM1N, AGENT. - Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal . Binder twine for sale cheap. Daughman. J. II . Stanford, Ky., Junk Maciiink oil and hinder twine at 27, 1893 A. Warren's. A numiieii of Miss Liccib Bka.lky is ottering milStanford Female College. linery very low now. She has aleo a fine Prof. J. M. Hubbard has selected the line of ladles' underwear and hoeiery, faculty for next session aa follows. A. which she sells at bottom figures. Mies Josephine Forrest, who is to be flr our young people will at- yesterday E. C. Walton, Husincss Manager tend the party to bo given by John S. the Ferrellin order to give tho counsel in case time to prepare a bijl of and Homer Raughman, near Danville, exceptions that ho was willing to sign. Thursday. His next court ia not till the ;!d Monday PERSONAL POINTS. Tiik premium list of the Lincoln Coun- in August. Mh. IbaaC Hamilton has jono to WIh ty Fair Ib given in full on our lth page Mr. Emm kit McCoiimack desires to COIlfllll. and reference to it will show that it is serve tho peoplo of Lincoln county in Mb. J. 11 Kun.neli.ey Ib at home for n unusually liberal. the capacity of assessor and tells them so fow days. in this issue. He.is a competent, worthy Mim Ktuvl Hea.ley 1b visiting friondM A movement Is on foot to close the in Lancaster. business houses hero on July 4th. Lot's man and n good democrat, and would Mn. W. G. went to Klizabcth-tow- n all hands do bo and celebrate the ad- fill the ollico very acceptably. m yesterday. journment of the legislature in befitting It rained part of the day Sunday, but T. ColkQl'llkv, of Garrnnl, wad in manner. it came down gently and did nothing town Wednesday, , Wheat cutting is in full blast now and but good. Yesterday was aa bright, beauMim Lola Dciiks is visiting Mine I.e n fine crop is being harvested. Our lo- tiful and pleasant aa ever came in harn Wella at Junction City. cal millers, J. II. Raughman it Co., are vest time. The predictions for Mns. S. P. Staiki has Kone to Hpenil n only ollcringoo cents for the new crop are fair, warmer. week with relatives in Casey. Mr. and Mm. J, S. Hi'fliiKS went to but that is all that the market justifies. Collector Rodks haa 15!) places at his i Rock Caatlu Sprinxs yeBterday. dispoaal, but he ia not lacking for mateOni candidate's column grows space. Mns. S. P. Saltxii, of Lexington, Ih Mr. John U. Mershon, a clever man and rial (or them. In fact ho haa a dozen her daughter, Mrs. M. K. Klkin. a good democrat, wants to bo jailer and applicanta for each position. Under him Miia. Dn. Ed M. Khtk, of McKinney, he has a goodly number'of friends, who will bo 12 deputies, four clerks, one janb visiting her parents in Crab Orchard. say they are going to see that he doesn't itor, 17 17 gangers and 78 . Mich Kddik Adams, of Danville, is the get a stone when he asks for bread. storekeeper-gaugersKtiestof Mrs. T. F.Spink, at Mr. J. M. "Prok." J. NkwtCraio is teaching a Mn. J. R. who baa been Hall's. keeping toll gate on the Danville pike class of some 20 young people how to trip Mr. U. C. Wakkkn Ih attending the for years, tells us that every person who the light fantastic. TJie hall over RamPulaski Circuit Court, which bean went through his gate one day last week sey's livery stable is being used by him. Miib. L. 11. Cook and children have had the exact change, something that The professor found that the butcher business did not pay, so he took a step Kone to visit friends in Somerset and has never before luippened since his from the ridiculous to the sublime. pike. connection with the Monticello. Lac-kkm to-da- y via-Uiristore-keeperyea-terda- y. JumukSauflby kept his court open the presiding teacher at tho College, has THE MELTING TIME June breezes not only warm but heat the prices of Dry Goods so hot that some of them are melted half in two. Come and sec our 5c Lawns, our 5c Calicoes, our 5c Challies, our Scotch Lawns at 10c, our printed Dimities at 15c, our line of Black Wash Goods cheaper than were ever offered and our line of White Goods, Embroideries, Laces, &c. are Mb. and Mk. E. C. Walton returned Tiik Masons of McKhniey fairly beat from n plens.int vinit to relatives in the the record in their ceremonies on St. Old Dominion yesterday. John's day attending the dedication of MitMi i'k Koi'tIs contined to her bed handsome new hall. Over GOO by illnewj. We are jjlml to state that it their tickets were sold and the crowd drawn is not of n serioiiH nature, however. was very 'large. The banquet J. S. Owblky, Jit., hsij , went to thither was superb and the general good order Naahville Sunday to return with his sia- which prevailed was very gratifying terf, Misses Mapie nnd Emuin OwhIuv. J, M. Cahtkk, "Turnersvillo Jim," Mr. P. W. Green, proprietor of the Com mercial Hotel, closed his saloon during jrets the deputy eolleetorship. "Kino ceremonies, to his credit be it said my Jim." The appointment is a deserv the The League of American Wheelmen will meet at Harrodshurg and tomorrow. There will be races between tho champions on the Fair grounds, a urand street parade and a lantern parade to-da- y at night, with many other attractions thrown in. The Lancaster Rand will furnish the music Messrs. W. II. Wear-o- n, G. L. Penny, T. A. Rice and 'perhaps others of our wheelmen will go from here. who has lived Hie greater part at his life in hotels ami hoarding-house- s knows how to appreciate ho occasional meal outside of them, and he usually makes the most of it. An I. J. man enjoyed tho other ovening at Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Givens', with delightful company, one of the nicest and best suppers that it has ever been his good fortune to partake, Mrs. Givens is a queen among housekeepers and she has the faculty of dispensing her hospitality in so easy and pleasant a manner as to make her guests feel that it is good to be at her home. A man the ambition of the attaches in this establishment is realized the Interior Jol'iin m. will have to get a new force of printers. A. G, HulI'man wants to be G. 0. Keller, Jr., desires to serve the government in the public printing olllce at Washington, while Mr. r Joe F. Waters wishes to bo and ganger. We haven't heard what Mim. C- P. ltKAtiiKV, of l'ittsbur. is Joe Chcnault wants, but as his politics, vlmtinit her Histers, Misen Maud and like his person, is a little oil' color, he Jetwio Welsh. Her husband, who mine will probably 1)0 content with what he with her, went to Cincinnati yesterday. hue. Mk. and Mrs. W. (?. Koi'to.v, of the Tin: tin ti liquor license people won a McKinney neighborhood, were in to see us yusttrday and paid their 'J'JiI yearly signal victory at Lancaster Saturday, as we were sine they would. The majorisubscription to the I.ntkiiiou Joi'knal. Mn. F. L. Siiii'ma.v, who has been very ty is ho decisive that the question ought ill of n stomach trouble nt his home at to remain sottled for the balance of the Shelby City, grew much worse hutt century at least. In a vote of l0, the week anil was not expected to live anti's got a majority of U7I and they cel ebrated their victory by the ringing of through yesterday. ami a big jubilee Cl.miknck Sri'iKV, who has been eon. church and other meeting at night. As thu grand jury nected with the L. A N., for a number of yeats in the c.ipucity of hrakemHn, bus adjourned we suppose it is not dan- geroiis to sny we, won a nice littlo wager hAn moved with hiri family from How on the result, mad" more than a mouth laud to Junction. Mit. John li. Mii.i.kh, of Stanford, who ago. writes the "Happy Jack" letterH which Mack Fi.iiiiei.l whh sentenced Satur have become so popular with newspaper day. Judge S.uitley asked him if he had readers, has been ninoni IiIh friends here anything to say why he should not pass this week. Richmond Register. sentence ami bis responv whs, "I am Tiik Junction City Tunes siys that not satislied with my trial." The Mirm (Jeorie Wray is the bandhomest was then passed on him in a fewsubscriber it has in Lincoln county. We words and was that he be contined at have never heen its list, but we'll wuer hard labor in the penitentiary for the she Ih the handsomest it has in any period of his natural life. It was suscounty. pended, however, for M) days pending Mibs Gkokmia LkwisliHSono to Green an appeal from the lower court, which Rrinr with the hope of recuperating her refused a new trial. There was no apunre- preciable change in the prisoner's counenergies, wasted by a . She tenance during the sentence. He either mitting seige in the will be there and at Rock Castle Springs has great hope or does not reali.e the several weekB. , gravity of his position. Mrs. 0. 0. Pakrisii, o! Clifton Forge, Tiik sale of the Uncle Ed McRoberts Va., is the guest of her nunt, Mrs. T. P. property, on the south west corner of Hill. She is looking splendidly and is even handsomer than when she was Miss Main and Depot Mreets, occurred SatMildred Lewis. She was accompanied urday and it was bought by Moses 1). Elmore, who now owns half the block. by her fine little boy. The price paid waa f.'i.lXK), or about 571 Miss May Adams paaced up to her home from a lengthy visit to Chicago a front foot. The buildings on it are in and the World's Fair, Friday. She was a very dilnpitated condition, but they accompauied by Miss Jennie Kennedy, lent for over 12 per cent o there is no prospect that better ones will take tjieir of Ruescllvillc, who will spend the stun mer with her and other friends in this place under the new ownership, unites some one kindly applies the torch. The ectlon. Saturday, property was tirst oll'ered in four parMk. J. C. Rodkmkk was hero but for reasons not noccs wary to state his cels and then as a whole, only f2,:W5 berale of lota at Rowland, advertised for ing reahed by the first plan. Considerthat day, did not occur. Ho is very en- ing everything the sale was a most satthusiastic over the idea of building a isfactory one to tho sellers and shows road to McKinney and the establishment that property has not depreciated in of manufactories here, both of which he value here on account of the removal of the shops from Rowland. Mr. J. E. thinks would pay handsomely. Bruce bought tho two shares of stock in 1 post-master, inc one. Mns. Mabv Mili.kk vmh In town Friday for the ilrct lime since ahe moved to the Her health is considerably country. improved. Ex Sknatok W. J. I Ai'nu.1 , of Knox, passed up yeaterday with a deputy rol lectorship in his inside pocket. Of course he was is Hmilinn as a basket of cliipn. - dore-keepe- 'ik-I- You can't catch your uncle Thomas Jelferson Hatcher napping. At McKinney Saturday night a party of gentle men went to him and said that unless he declared himself on the free turnpike question he would stand no more show for jai'er than a snow ball would in hades. The old man was not to be thrown oil his guard, so he readily replied; "It's not for jailers to decide such technicalities, and neighborhood matters at that. Call on your candi dates for representative for their positions on that question." And that's all they could get out of the old Thomas Jellerson-Andre- w Jackson Stonewall Jackson democrat. been principal of her own school several years at Mebane, X. C. She was an experienced teacher before entering the Peabody Normal College, at Nashville, where alio was graduated in 18S9. MiEa Forrest comes with the indorsement of such capable instructors as Chancellor Payne, of the Peabody Normal, and Major Robert Biugbam, of Bingham School. Prof. Hubbard has n Mtpr from Major Riugham, with whom he is personally acquainted, in which that gentleman Bpeaka in the highest terms ot Misa Forrest's capabilities as a, teacher, her tact in the management of a Bchool and the good judgment exercised in her intercourse with the public. Miss N. Virginia Jackson, of Tennessee, who is to have charge of the primary department, waa for some time con nected with the City Schools of Chat tanooga, but haa spent the oast year in studying at the State Normal School at Oswego, N. Y. She ia well recommended by the faculty of that famous institution for the instruction of teachers. Misa Lucy A. Johns, of Van Wert, Ohio, was carefully prepared for Welles-ley- , but wbb graduated at the University of Wooster, where she stood high in literature, music and modern languages. She will teach instrumental and vocal music and have charge of the classes in French and German. Mies Johns has line vocal attainments. Miss Sue S. Millhouser, of Pennsylvania, was trained at the New England Conservatory of Music and has had experience in teaching voice culture and instrumental music. With Miss Millhouser and Mi68 Johns in charge, the music department of the College will be equal to that of any other College in Kentucky. Miss Inez Abernathy, of Arkansas, will have charge of the department of elocution and art. She is a successful teacher of much experience and presents testimonials as to character and qualifications from the faculty of the Cincinnati Art Academy. In selecting the faculty for next year tho management of tho College has taken time and care to make a happy combination of talent, attainments and experience. From a great number of applicants for each position, thebe lailits have been selected because of their special fitness for the places to be filled. The object is to maintain the present high standard in all departments and if posihle improve it. XKW ADVERTISEMENTS UNBICBPA! SS1EJB Our Parasols have been reduced 25 per cent. Our Lace Curtains range in price from 50c per pair to $6. Our light colored and light weight woolen CLOTHING At prices that astonish you. Men's Shoes in Oxfords, Ladies' Tan Shoes in Oxfords and high-cuts- , all to be will high-cuts- , Sold So As To Clean Up Tor Fall. A big line of Harvest Shirts, Puffed and Embroidered Bosom Shirts and ZXT TIES EVERY COZ.OB. AXTD FHICE. Come to us for cheap and stylish goods. HUGHES & TATE. D. B. KING. GEORGE 11. PKEWITT. KING & PREWITT. MORELAND, KY., We have opened up a nice line of Dry Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries,;Hardware, We paid spot cash for these goods bought them where we could get the most for the least money. Hardware was bought in car load lots, which enables us to make very low prices. Salt7-bu- . Si. 70. Miss Lizzie Myers has opened up Dress Making over our store and invites her friends to give her a call. Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you money: COT We are opening up a splendid line of Millinery. KING c& PREWITT. tjn t--rt JOHN 11. rtlEKSIIOX U Candidate for Jailer, itihject to the action of the Democracy EMMETT McCOIOIACK l a CxmllilMc lor Assexor, subject to the will of the Democracy G. V. DEBORI) a Candidate lor Jailer, itibjrct the Democracy. I o the action of m to ssLsL. .k ' sen-tens- e Tiik pretty home of Capt and Mrs. E - r. Rochester waa the scene, of beauty, loveliness and gallantry Friday night, when Miss Mattie Gano Rochester enter tained in honor of her pretty cousin, Miss Mary Ia'o Rochester, of Independ ence, Mo. The night waa aa rare a one as ever came in June, all nature, aa well as the man in the moon, seeming to Binile on the delightful occasion. The guests, some 50 in number, were composed ot young ladies about 20 years of age and with a single exception, and ho Bhall be namelesa here forevermore, the young gentlemen were under 25. The young ladies were in full evening dress and a lovelier picture than they presented has never been painted. A feature of the entertainment was a literary contest, for which prizes were offered. A number of designs to repiesent books of a dozen or; more authors, whose names were given, were hung around the walls of the parlor and then each person wrote wl'at seemed to be thesolution of thedo-signsThe congest created much amusement as. well aa study and resulted in a tie fur first prize between Misses Clara Lackey, Suo Baughman and Mary Alcorn, tho tirst named winning by lot. The "booby prize" was given Miss Annie Dishmau, who similarly won over Leslie Wilson, their papers showing the fewest number of solutions. Mr. W. G. Lackey presented tho prizes, a volume of Sho'ley's Poems and Mother Goose's Melodies. A nice lunch of sal.uls, sandwiches, ices, cake, &c, was Herved anil heartily enjoyed, aiter which tete were resumed till midnight, when tho happy party took a reluctant leave. Miss Rochester waa assisted in entertaining by Misses Jennie and Marie Warron who proved themselves able lieutenants. The occasion waa one of raru enjoyment and the little hostess, who never looked handsomer, waa the recipient of heartfelt expressions of gratitude from all who were present. . M. I F. ELKIN, Afecr, luhject to the action a Candidate for of the democracy. JNO. BRIGHT a Candidate for AccMor. fiibiect to the action of the Democratic party. 1 SeveranCe & Son E. D.KENNEDY, U " school-room- candidate for re elpetinn In (ho nfTir.- - nf A of Lincoln County, subject to action of thtf democratic party. esor, m R W. L. DAWSON, the democracy la a cand date for jailer, subject to the action of JOHN BAIXEY, la acamlidalH for jalUr, tubject to the action the old JtlTenonUn democracy. of CO The World's Fair Route from tbe South A i . W. W. HAYS, the dcmociacy Is a candidate lor jailer, subject to the action ci PETER HAMPTON, Is a candidate for jailer, subject to the action of tne nomocracy. SAM ject ML OWENS, la a candidate (o. Sheriff of Lincoln county, subto the action of the democratic rimary. t a T. D. NEWXAND, ject to the action of the democratic primary. la a Pennsylvania short lines tO t mi e'a 0 o shBr-$- " mh VJs J4aW IS OVCR THE T- - Ml H. A candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, tub- CITY AND VIcTNITYr the L. it N.atf.'.50. Mn. A. D. Pahhons had his shoulder blade broken Rowland. '00 while coupling cars at Fivk different sizes Leonard ice chests. per cent, of your ice Will save you W. II. Wearen Si Co. bill. . M My entire stock of Walter A. Woot machine repairs can be found at McKin ney Hros. Will bo sold cheap and for the cash. J. H. Foster. Tiitf semiannual settling time is at hand and I would esteem it a favor if all who are indebted to mo will pay at once. I need the money. Misa Mary Daviess Dudderar. Old Man Penny at last rejoices in It iB the the advent of a grand-son- . homo of Mr. and Litest arrival at the Mrs. George Lee Penny, and haa been named Micah Sauiley, for its other grandT pa. Tiik Ciioskn. Saturday's issue of tho Danville Advocate contains a list of the appointments so far made by Collector C. II. Rodes: Mr. J. R. Marrs, of thu who seems to have given up thu tight for the Danville post oflice, gets tho chief deputy's place, worth $1,1100 a year; W. E. Roll, of An derson, is to'.bo second deputy at 11,500; C. R. Anderson, of Royle, J. L. Simpson, of Jeasamine.iand J. M. Posey, of An derson. will bo stamp deputies, tho pay ranging from $500 to $1,500, according to the amount of whisky made in their districts. Editor Thomas II. Fox gets a good place on tho clerical force. Steve White, of Madison, Misa Mary E. of Lincoln, Mrs. Marstellow and Mrs. Foreman will also be clerks in the olllce at Richmond.Jwith f 1,200 salaries. The other appointments are being con sidered and will be announced aa Boon as made. Record-Homestea- M. F. NORTH, Le;UUtnre fiom de- t. iMliaw,y f MfcrfurT- - 1 L)"ervS. Lincoln county, subject to bomltuimii by the mocracy. Is a candidate lor member of the d, HARVEY HELM Is a Candidate to rcpreiuit Lii.eoln county in the next Legislature, subjvet to the jcitoti ot tie democracy. FROM T. J. HATCHER Is a Candidate fsr Jailer of Lincoln county ami themselvea his friends uk else, as he not to commit at home and to any work. one is forced to stay His candidacy ia subject to the action ol the Democratic party. LOUISVILLE OR INCIUDI CINCINNATI. DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE Pullman Vestibule Sleeping and Buffet Parlor Cart. Only Route Through THROUGH VTA the Indiana Var-no- Gulley & Sou, of Garrard, bought of various parties in that county, a carload of butcher cattle at 3 to Logan Denuy is going to ride Mr. E. P. Woods' Eagle Bird in tho contest for the $300 saddle purse and is certain of winning tho big part of it. Ho ia working him daily and says he ia going like Natural Gas Belt. :ic TO THE LADIES. 1 TICKETS will sell Millinery TMtlE UNtS AND TMIIR COKhtCIIONS CAN BC StCURlO AT THE PKINCIFAL TICKIT CfMClS CF SOU I Him RAIlAAlS, For setciAL ixroRWATioN in rccard ANf DCSIKIO DCTAIIS AT UNUSUALLY LOW PRICES For the rest of the season Call and save money, A splendid line of Ladies' Underwear and Hosiery kept constantly on hand, MISS LICCIK IIKAZLEV. Stanford, Ky. ) . rv t L fi 1111 i;-i- 1 IBM. 11 u 1 u 1 v -,VU"'J '0, MmJ IM SVVfc vr 6CRVICE, phase Arrtv in cr Er TtllCRAW TOtlTHtRCFThtrOUOAUiG! R. H. UCrT, Soathrrn rWr irtnt, - riSBTHK. TITf. IUBOT0S, ST. CIO. R. THOMPSON, 8: E. tta'i agist, 1. iHHRSMI. D strut fiMrlrrct. - tOOISYUU, COhCtRMhG Thw, FIRST-CLAS- to isatc( ako S itmR atop. Eilt'll BOODI. V. E. la.su&l Gratis! Pair stent, Ccr. rumi sal Vice its, C15CI551TI, II. 0 -- Ifc LfC ' T - . ; LX Semi-Weekly Interior Journal AT -- THE- 41 Published Every Tuesday and Friday $J2 Lincoln Co.Stock Fair Will bo held on Its ground 41 PKlt YKUUX ADVANCE K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. aarWhen not so pud $2.BO will be charged. STANFORD, T -:- - TTST., Rett Iaay rider Special premium by B. II Danks, the artistic Jeweler and engraver, Ky. Best mare and colt either sex . Special premium by J. T. Nah, the hortc shoer of Danville, Ky. Trotting horses a specia'ty. FANCY SADDLE RING. 10 00 DR. JOS. HAAS Call and sec our Hog & to to Poultry Remedy NEW PROCESS STOVE. Saves time labor and expense Used Successfully Fifteen Years. disease, etpels Will arrest illieise, preven's worms, stop cough, Increase the flesh and hasten $i.$o, $1.13 and 30 cents per package; can Ju 30 The largest packages arc cheapest. For sale by A. R. PENNY, Stanford, Ky. 97 Prices: Thursday and Friday maturity. . F? Train i.avoa Rowland at 7.00 a. ra., returning at 5:20 p. m. L. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. .... ,l 7 pm Mali train going North South ' ...iijpm 11 31 pm train " .South Express North ..3 a? am .. ,.9 36 a m Lscal Freight North , ..107 pm . aoutn... ' The latter trains aUo carry passengers. The above istalculated on standard time Solar is about so minutes faster. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. 11. Jo Trains pass Junction City South-bound.- a. m.; No. 3 , Chicago Limited, a.$j a. m. ; No. j., New Orleans Ktprrit, n J7 . m,; No. 7., Local, ij.ia p. m.; No, 9 , Hlue Grain Vestibule, 8 40 p. North bound -- No, 7, Vestibule Limited, 6.4S p. m. i No. 4., Fast Mail, a.J3 p. m ; No. 6 , Chlga-g- o Limited, 1.17 a. m., No. 8., Local, 1.55 . ui.; No. 10, Mue Grass Special. 6 a m. as follows: No. t , Vestibule Limited, 30 00 Best saddle mate or gelding any age. .. 3C ITJ-X-fS$13 to first, $5 to second. imperial premium by J. B. Robards, the leading liveryman, Danville, Ky. -a 41 Best walking mate or gelding is 00 5T WRITK FOR CATALOGUE. Sia.Soto first, $1,50 to second Special premium by Tim Murphy, the Presldent-- E. rtage maker, Danville, Ky. 1. WOODS. W. GR1IEN, A. M. PENCE, 45 Bust model stallion, mare or gelding.... 1310 C. WAL TON. Secretary-- K. $ta 50 to first, 1 so to second. SpKlal premium by H.. & Sam Lyons, J T. Embry, W. II. Shanks, Assistants. F. McOLARY. dealers in ready made ctothlng,gents Trtasurer-furnishing goo is, etc., Danville, Ky. William Moreland, V F Sandidge, 46 Best double team, speed, style and dura- I. M. llruce, It. H. Bronaugh, bllity considered, regardless of sex, W. L. McCarty, B. W. Givens, color or owuershlp. 30 co Karris, J. L J. E. Lynn. $10 to first, lio to second. Samuel M.Owens, R. L. Hubble, Special premium by Harvey Helm, Thos. C. Veager, J. W. Givens, attorney at Law, Stanford. A. E. Hundley, U. II. King, 47 Best New York saddle stallion, mare or E. P. Woods, T. L. Shclton, to co gelding I. II. Baughman. J. K. RaughmaD, $13 to first, 3 to second, so 00 43 Best fancy saddle tnare $15 to first, $s to second. DAY. Special premlnm by W, P. Walton, '0 oc Steam Ilest marc mule colt.. proprietor Interior Special prmeium by K. W. Lillard, Printerv. Druggist, Danville, Ky. SWEEPSTAKE ROADSTER o oo Heat horse mule colt 49 Best stallion, mare or gelding, speed, IS oo t style and durability considered 00 i ltest mule any age $1.50 to second. $11.50 to first, $5o to first, $15 to second, J is t) third. 43 W. 27 28. Guaranteed to be PERFECTLY SAFE. And to give satisfaction. NOTICE l-2- I We will Deliver IOE Every Morning at c per lb. 30 .tnlord and Rowland, and by 50 lbs. eoc per lbs. and too lbs 15c per 100 1L, We areery thankful lor past patronage and respectfully Its continuance. Will deliver tiom lb up CO. MRS. JANE BARROW it In et 1 W. H. WEARE1M & CO. BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, THE GOFFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KY., FIRST JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, Is now la tny charge and fintcnd to conduct it so as to not only maintain its high reputation, but to add to its long list of friends. Special accommodations for commercial travelers and fine rooms for the dlsploy of samples. iAIFirst-Clas- s tf WATER . COOLERS, OK EVERV DESCRIPTION. Call and sec them before buying. for sale cheap. , Ev?ry thing in the grocery line Saloon Msolafely Pure A cream of tarter baking powder. Higest of all in leavening Latest United States strength. Government Food Report. ROYAL'BAKING POWDER 00., 100 Wall St., New York. SURGEON DENTIST. Office over McRoberts Drug Store in"the new Owsley Building. 0 Bfflfiip A. S. PRICE, Stanford. ta Best Stallion, mare or gelding year and 10 00 under 3 o ,J 13 Best mare a years and under 3 15 00 14 Best mare 3 years and under 4 $is 50 to first, $1.50 to second so 00 is Best mare 4 jears and over f is to first, $s to second. Special premium by Veager & Yeager leading liverymen, Stanford, Ky. 1 Just fall of improvement Ir. Pierce's Pleas- - Aid37--BILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attiched JOSEPH COFFEY. T begin with, they re the smallest 10 00 ant Pellets. Best jack under t year 4 and the easiest to take. TheT're liny, 10 co a 5 Best Jack i year old and under granules, scarcely larger tnan r A. C. SINK 10 00 mustard seeds. Everv child is ready for them 3 6 Best jack a years old and tkey're taken, Instead of diituibirg Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co.. Then, after IS 00 7 Best jack any age and shocking the system, they act in a mild, easy $12.50 to tint, 1.5010 second. and natural way. There's no chance for any reMiners and shippers of the GENUINE 10 00 action afterward. Their help lasts. Constipa3 Best jennet under a years o 00 tion, Indigestion, Btlioii. Attacks, Sick or Bilious Best jennet a years andover 9 Headaches and all derangements of the liter, 10 Best suckling celt either sex by Eagle stomach and bowels are promptlr relieved and 00 permanently cured. Try it. We are the sole agents lor Stanford 'and sj Bird They're put up In glass vials, which keep them Rowland. Ollice corner ol Denot street and rail JJ15 season to Eagle Bird to 1st, Jio alwara fresh and reluble, unlike the ordinary road crossing. season to jack to second. pills in wooden or patteloard bones. 6 HIGGINS A WATTS. And they're the cheapest pills you can buy fot HARNESS PURPOSES. HORSES FOR they're guaranteed to gite satisfaction or your mnnev is returned. P. 1000 11 Best colt either sex You pay only for the good you get. sugar-coarvanti-bilioun-'e- JACKS. FARRIS & HARDIN. J. Original Jellico Coal. THE 0. MILLINERY. SINE & MENEFEE, Proprietors of llic Stanford Lumber Yard, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. N.MENirBI HORSES FOR SADDLE PURPOSES. 16 17 Best colt either sen Best Stallion, mare or gelding, I year old and under a iS Best mare years and under 3 $ta Soto first $2.50 to second. 11 Ilest mare 3 years and under 4 -$13 to first, $5 to second. Special premium by A. Tribblc, proLOGAN AVENUE, prietor of the Uilcher House, the leading hotel of Danville. : : jo Best mare 4 years old and over Alwaya'sells goods lower than anyone else in $o to first, $5 to second town. New stock of Fruits every Friday. ai Best phaeton pony 14H hands and un- 10 Dr. M. J. Davis is a prominent physician of e room and see the Lewis, Cass county, Iowa, and has been actively Call at the engaged in the practice of medicine at that place for the past 33 years On the Xth of May, while in Dts Moines en route to Chicago, he was suddenly taken with an attack of dlarrhira. Having sold 'Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrheea Remedy for the past 17 years, and knowing its re- Of Millinery In town, The goods and prices ara dotes of bvund to plea you. liability, he procured a a$cenl butt'e, MRS P T COURTS. 10 which completely cured htm The excitement and change ot water and diet incident to traveling often produce a diarrhoea. Every one should a bottle of this remedy before leaving Erocure ForsalebyW B. Mckoberts, Druggist, 00 iHanford. Largest arid Best Soloctod Stock to Our facilities for giving the greatest values lor the least outlay, aie unsurpassed. We Curry Tull Iin of Builders' Supplies. THE BEST PLACE TO HUY XTow Millinery. POWIXX., GENERAL STOKE, C. D. Kentucky, 15 " 00 S o co Stanford, 5 m ss B' 't-- - Ivy i V- ' THE 27 . a First-ClaI will open on January nth, to 00 by lady and gentleman ........... Dairy, from which I can supply any quantity of Jersey milk to the people ot .Manlord ana How. Sis to first and 5 to second land at the follow ing prices, deln ercd : Spe.tal premium by W. II, McHob-ert- s, so cents Fresh Milk, per gallon the leading druggist, ot Stangallon.. 10 cents Skimmed Milk, ford, Ky. 8 cents Butter Milk, per gallon HORSES FOR HARNESS PURPOSES. I will make two trips dail, The patronage of the G. A. PEYTON. public is solicited. 3 Best stallion or gelding a years and unStanford, Ky gt-- i jr. . S' der 3 Adlcr, leadSpecial premium by I. Public. ing dealer la fine harness and sadNotice 7 I have had .... dlery, Danville, Ky. ao 00 34 Rct Stallion 3 years and under 4 $1510 first, $5 Special preraiiirr. by A X. Robertson V Bro., dealers in dry goods, notions, At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and "have in connection with Hotel one of the best saetc., ladies and children's fine shews, a night loons lu the State, open day and night; Danville, Ky. man meets all trains. In connection with Housr . 5 co ears old and over have also one oi the best Mineral wells in the Matt, J5 Best stallion and Tor reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs $10 to firi, $5 to second. Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Floyd G W. Patrick, Erin, Tenn . A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. When Ikiby iraa sick, w gave her CnstorK ROADSTER RING. TJ. E. Troctor, C II. Braum. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. When sho wa n ChlliL slw crn-- for Castorlfv. and Mrs. F. B. Johnson, 26 Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. .... 7s ' Bess mare or geldlngany age Rates tlew Haven, Jim Cox, Greensburg. a call. $1 per When nht trcamo Miss, kito flung to ttvstoria. $50 to first, Sit, to second and $10 to day. I. M. f'etrcy, clerk. Give me J. W. CARRIER, Prop. third. Speed, tIe and durability When bhe had Children, nhe- gf e them Caatcras. oSoty considered. Special premium by P. W. Green, proprietor ol the uellknen Myers House. Fine livery and nplendid bar RILEY, Proprietor, F. B. attached. ..STANFORD 3'jo ct 1 Sweepstakt saddle stallion to second, $50 to third, S150 to first, $73 I have moved to my new Hotel and am better SALE STABLE, AND $jcto fourth. prepared thau ever to accommodate the public. Cousideratioo.'speed. style, form and Good Livery attached and every convenience Give me a gaits At John Mjnefee's w brick on Depst meet, t rRANK R1LtY d r Salt-rheu- Special premium by Dr. A. S Price, the leading dentit of Stanford, Ky. Fancy turnout, mare or gelding, driven der o cw .. to the Traveling I. Th.3 Sholton House, My mother, Mrs. Kate Dudderar, has jutt re The best salve la the world lor cuts, bruuea turned from the cities with an elegant lin;of ml!, luiery, embracing sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblaias, corns and all skin crup lions and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed 10 givs. perfect satisf actios or money refunded. Price 25 cents per boa. Of the season, of which she willfhavc lull control. for sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. She also engaged a V.riTrmti is a small doctor bill, but that is all it FIEST-CLAScf rheuS will cost you to cure any ordinary camatism if you use Chamberlain's Pain Balm, fry be surprised at the prompt relitt it and yo will it affords. The first application will quiet the pain, Call and examine my stock of Millinery before jo cent bottles for sale by W. II. McKobeiti, buying and leave your order for your drcstet Druggist, Stanford. Thankingyou for past favors we solicit iamei The mjst stubborn Skin and Scalp Discm-s- , the MARY DAVIS DUDDKRAK. worst forms of Scrofula, all blood taints aud poisons of evtty name and nature, are utterly rooted out by Dr Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery by a torpid liver or imFor every divase cau-pure blood, it Is the ouly remedy so certain and guaraateed It'll fails to effective that It can be benefit or cure, you have your inonev back The finest fruit belt of New Mexico. N fall Krvipclaa. Holla, ure in crop under irngatton if properly Ertema, Tetter, SwellCarbuncles, Enlarged Glands, Tumors ami to. All fruits grown in California can he grown ings, and every kindred ailment, are completely in New Mexico, except oranges and lemons. and permanently cured by it Land from to $y per acre on 10 vrurs' tune, at 6 per cent. Call on nr address. Are you insured' If not, now is the timo to Stanford, Xy. provide yourself and family with a bottV of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as a Insurance agaiatt any serious reTHOMAS VEAO.R. sults from an attack of bowel complaint during the JAMES YEAGER. summer months It is almost cei tain to be reeded and should be procured at once. No other remedy can take lti place or 1S0 its work, as aad II. McKobeits, 50 cent bottles for sale by W. Druggist, Mwilord. Buclclln'a Arnica Salve. ALL. THE NOVELTIES DUESS Wall A. Paper ! tfASSB. All new stock and latest designs. Tlio PeooaValloy. in R. PENNY. attt-mU- Bo Io WEAKEN, Main Street, Stanford, Ky., dealer in VEAGER & VEAGER, STANFORD, L.Y. Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriages, Buck Boards, livery. :::d and sale siasle. We are In our new stable in the Block and arc well supplied with Oiera d Spring Wagons, Carts of all styles and grades, Old Hickory Wagons, Imperial Plows, McCormick Harvesting Machines, Tiger Harrows and Hay Rakes, Corn Planters, Corn Drills, Land Rollers, Wheat Drills, Threshing Machines, Engines, Saw Mills, Huggy and Wagon llisu Harness, Saddles, Fields, Haled Hay, &c. - NEW RIGS AND HORSES pure RILEY HOUSE urnouts will leave the stable but rirst-clis- s Give them a Call. A : Great : Cut-Pri- ce : Sale London, ,ed. Kentucky. On goods in every department will begin this week at call.J O Li'".?, "II J. H. HAUGHMAN, FIRE AND STORM 11 J". HZ.HULTOT ROWLAND, KY. aS SECOND DAY. HORSES Best stallion stallion KOR SADDLE a PURPOSES. 3- years aud under DEALER IN CROCERIES, HARDWARE, 29 L'est 3 $12,50 to first, $j 50 to second. - 15 Who will atall times be glad to accommodate all with good rigs at reasonable rates. My 'Bus will 00 meet alt K. C. trains. J. W. RAMSEV, Pror., Has moved into his new store nl the junction of pikes the Stanford & ( rab Orchard and " ever prepared at Rowland and Is now better than both to please the trade in to second. Ilest stallion 4 jcar old and over $20 to first, s to second. 3 years and $13 1. first $5 under 4 . so 00 2$ co SPLENDID FARM FOR SALE PRIVATELY. tSTOOIC OK GOOBrf, I KICKS, 32 HORSES FOR HARNESS PURPOSES. 31 Best " hii Etc. He has recently added greatly to bad stock and having no rent to pay and no loss bybody. debts Call any lie can sell you good cheaper than 5TW aud gel his prices before buying COME to SEE ME. Having pur based the & Grocery : Business Ramsev, lam increasing fast a possible and will wun have it 33 OfJ.W the stock as 5 o gelding J years and under 3 $12.50 to first, $1.50 to second. 25 00 Best gelding 3 years and under 4 . . $o tvcrcoit to first, $5 to second. Special premium y Frank Bros. A Co., rr.'frs, and jobbers of men's and joutha' clothing, No. s North 3d st. Philadelphia, Pa. . Best gelding 4 ) ears old and aver 2300 $20 to first, $5 pair of hip hoots to ad. Special premium by Colchester Rubber Co. Colchester, Conn. I will sell privately my .arm of 30a acres, situated on the West side of toe Hustonvillc A DanCompanies. I would All of which are ville pike. iJ4 miles from Hustouv.lle and within be pleased to wait niny friends in this llryt. Pol. a half mile of the raidoad station of Moicland. icies promptly issued. Will insure against torna state of cultivation, does, wind storms and lightning. Lightning claus-e- i 1 ho farm is in a splendid well Improved with a dwell n of 6 or 7 rooms, attache! without additional charge necessary outbuildings, including a good bam. Office at First National Bank Stanford. About half ol the farm is sown in grass and the entire place is well watered and can be d vided into 2 cr 3 rarcel. to su't the purchaser. For parJ P. LAND, ticulars write to orcall on, Mcreland, Ky, first-class ta A nice line of vests will be placed on sale at 10c, worth 15 and 20c; nicer quality aLi little advance. All brands of Calicoes go INSURANCE AGENT at 5c; Masonville aud Lonsdale Cottons 8'jc; best 10-- 4 Wenched ... .Representing.. .. Sheeting 22c. We hnve also received a new lot of Millinery and can open your eyes on prices. Don't fail to get a pair of those sample Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Shoes at cost before it is too late. We will continue to give our cusManchester, of Manchester, Eng.; tomers a handsome Crayon Portrait with every jSio's worth of goods. Ask for a card. Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; Ins. Co. of North America. to-day TheCash Bargain Store B. F. JONES & SON. r. L II, R CAt.ll NULL. Al'SIIN. NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, & Commercial McKINNEY, KY Hotel, CRAB ORCHARD AT7ST1U. Fro'ri. Complete in Every Particular. Call at my store on Lancaster street and make it to your interett to trade with me I THOROUGHBREDS. 34 35 36 will Best thorougaored suckling colt either .... .. io 00 sex I have bought above mentioned. Hotel at 10 00 Best stallion or mare 1 year and over and have attached a Best yearling either itex, with one stan Fool Boom. First-Cla- ss dard cross. Season te Belmont Chief . SPRINGS. House 1 his famed bummer Resort, with its Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset st.; warcroom paint and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. Painting and Paper Hanging CAMPBELL -- Bar and W.C. HUTCHINCS. Juuu D. 66S9,. 5 ROYAL Insurance 'Company, OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE & CASTLEM AjN fe Commerce MANAGERS,; . Castiemau. A. G. Lannam 37 3$ 39 40 Building, Loukville Agents throughout the South. bo T '.-- . IV W. TJLXBBLX, Local .STANFORD, KV. Atnt, Special premium by j. V Crow, Lincoln Stock Farm, McKin-ne- y, Ky. Best boy rider under 12 years Suit by C. D, Portwood, the clothier and furnisher, Danville, Ky , $5 and $5 added by the association, Best combined stallioi any age $S to first, $10 to second. Ilest rockaway mare or gelding to he . driven to rockaway $12 30 to first; $2.$o to second. Special pretrlum by Brown, Forman & Co., distillers of and dealers in fine Kentucky whiskies, Best combined mare orgelding any age . $15 to first, $s to second. Special premium by Lowmau's Sons, importers and jobbers, men's furnishing goods, manufacturers of the celebrated fountain shirts, drawers and overalls, No. 110 and 112 Pearl St., Cincinnati, Ohio. Represented by James T. Carson. ana 00 Have repaired and,"refurnished better than ever the Hotel and af"Sign Work, artistic and plain. iS A'spccialty. We guarantee work to give satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. Sur& Prepared to Accommodate the Public. I Healing Waters and.Rostful roundings, AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky. WE SELL - 35 o Special attentionjto Commercial Men P. W GREEN, Proprietor. JOE CARSON, Manager. Is Now Open Tor the He-ceptlon- jof Guests. The 'Gurney Refrigerator, tHE WHITE MOUNTAIN IS 00 MILLINERY. ol I have returned from the cities with a nice line Millinery wnlch I will sell for a small profit. goods, Oocds left over, as fresh as this season from last season, I will sell at Health and pleasure scekeis w.ll find this AN ADMIRABLE PLACE To recover their wonted health and energies and at the same time secure quiet, home like fare at 30 00 COST FOE THE CASH ONLY, of The reason I do this is to reduce my stock at goods so I will be aole to sell out my business the first opportunity. I cordially invite the ladies to call and examine my good.. I also solid, a share of ' Stanford, Ky. Reasonable Rates. I'r cc of Board fion J; to $11 perjweek. Fo further inloimation apply to GUS HOrMANN, Crab Orchard, Lincoln County, Ky, etron- Canary and Mocking Ih'rd Cages, Hanging Uaskcts, Flower Crocks-Nestock of Genuine Carbolic Sheep Dip. Prices reasonable. WATER OOOLEBS, . McKINNEY BROS. n - s. k --r. .'v