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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893070401 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. lTf-V 7 ifT l7" 1 a v t ' Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXI. DANVILLE. LANCASTER, de- Interior Journal. STANFORD, GARRARD COUNTY. KYM TUESDAY. JULY 4. 1893. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. NO. 36 DEATH'S DOINGS. feated at Frankfort Saturday 11 to 14. Minnie Rice "aassed her inn" Saturday nud Totn Hudson smote her on tlio jaw for It; $o and coat. Mlaa Katherino Cox, of Louiavillb, who has beun visiting Mlu Mattie Duke, left Monday in company with Mies Duke to visit friunda in Mlllersburn. Mary Mulling, the colored woman mentioned last week, is still crazy. She says he is loot, has already been condemned and that she knows of no way to set Bildo the verdict. Mr. Arthur Scott, of Salem. Ala., ia, here on a visit. Mrs. Elizabeth Thorel, Mr. H. B. Farrls und Judjfe V. L. Caldwell left MonJay for Crab Orchard Spring. Mra. B. G. Boyle and children have returned from Old Point Comfort, a. J. T. Jennings, the marble worker wound up hushieaa the 1st and returned to Louisville. He had been here nearly two year and was a ijootl workman and a Kood ritir.en, but for some reason he did not receive enough patronage to make a living. Mr. George Bowman h:w a rather suspicious looking Individual Sunday afternoon about 2 o'clock on the railroad between Danville and Junction City. He was about 0 feet tall, of light complexion and wore a dark suit of clothes. He was inside the pasture near the house where W. II. Moore once lived, was under an oak tree and waa watching a bay mare 15 hands high, with an all white face, graze. The mare'a tail was slightly clipped and alio had a thin mane and the man eaid alio waa ti years old. He oiler-e- d to sell the mare, saddle and bridle for;W. The mare looked as if she h.id been ridden hard and the man looked as if he had been asleep nhortly before Mr. Bowman came up. An hour later Mr. Bowman and a gentleman from Junction City returned to where the man and horee had been seen, but both were The Daniel Boone Club went into Mi'Roiierts. Maiirikd at Linnietta. At 10:30 After a long illness, camp at Island No. 10 and will Mr. John M. McRoberts, Sr., died Fri- -t i last Thursday evening, in the parlors of tisti, hunt, swap lies and drink lemon- uay nigui at, iu o'clock from sheer exthe Linnletta Springs Hotel, Miss Helen TSLy. ade until Wednesday. haustion of the vitality which characteri- M. Saufley, of Stanford, and Mr. T. S. Mr. R. K. McRoberts will move his zed him to a wonderful degree. He was Webb, Jr., of Knoxville, Tenn., were FALL TERM OPENS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH, 1893. drug store to the new room next to the born in this county January 3, 1811, made one after God's holy ordinance! National Bank as soon as the finishing making him just 82 years and 0 months Rev. E. M. Green, pastor of the 2d PresA SCHOOL AND HOME FOR GIRLS. touches are put on the interior of same. old at the time o( his death. Of the 11 byterian church, Danville, otliciating. The Sunday evening union services children raised by his parents, Mrs. W. The marriage could not be called exactly (Jood Faculty; superior advantages; a beautiful and healthful location. Special course and special have been resumed and will continue M. Higgins and Mr. Thomas McRoberts a runaway, since the bride is just 21 and Inducements offered to those who desire to make teachers. Our aim is to make our pupils thorough through the Summer. Next Sunday only remain, and they were present at there was no objection to her choice on The College has been recently refite'd, and a College Library, Wall Maps, Globes, Tellurians, Charts, M. G. THOMSON, Principal. u evening the meeting will be held nt the the final scene, both having been untir- the part of her parents, and only because &c, have been added ing in their attentions to him during his Miss Helen had been in bad health for Methodist church, when Rev. Tetra, of Illness. Mr. McRoberts was a thrifty some time were they desirous that she the Baptist church, will preach. George Hullman, the fellow who man and early iu life secured a compe- wait till (all. The couple had been entency, which he increased to the last. gaged for five years, though, and having attempted to commit a rape on his niece some time ago, was land- He was three times married, lirst in experienced several postponements of J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. ed In jail Sunday night. Ever alnce in 1S32 to Miss Elizabeth Tucker, who their hopes, they decided to wait no his dastardly assault H u limit n has (been lived only 0 months. In S.'.S he mar- longer. Karly in May Miss Helen conat large, but Chief of Police Hamilton ried his cousin, Miss Kllen McRoberts, fided her secret to the writer, who for 1893. kept his eagle eye open and located and for 30 years they live very happily years has been proud to regard her as Conservatory and Normal School teachers. .Superior courses in Literature, HutTman in Boone county and went together. His third wife was Mrs. one of his very best friends, and asked Full corps of boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. Music and An. Excellent down Saturday night after him. A reHull'inan, to whom he was united his assistance. It was arranged to have ward of WOO was ollercd for Huffman's in 187(1, and who made him n true help- Linnietta the scene and the latter part of MEN'S AND BOY'S arrest. meet for six years, when she died. Short- June the time for the fruition of their One night last week some one fired ly after the death of his second wife, Mr. plans. Accordingly last Thursday the a bullet throughout of the large plate McRoberts professed religion and joined party, whose names appear below, went glass windows of J. K. Stormes drug the Presbyterian church anc it was the to the Springs ostensibly to spend the s'ore. Mr. Stormes has ollered a liberal comforts of that religion that sustained evening. Mr. Webb waa to have arrivreward for the arrest of the miilty party, him to the last and made him die Arm ed op an early train, but owing to a but no one has been called up yet. A in the faith that he would live again in change of schedule was delayed till 7 r. hickory stick well applied would suit a land that is fairer than day. Several m., and after his arrival had to go to Danhotter in this case than a doon tines, times iu the last week he expressed him- ville (or his license and the preacher. At the hour first named, everything even if some "mama's darling" should self thoroughly resigned and fully satisfied as to his future. Deceased was a being in readiness, the bridal party enbe the erring one. Miss Fannie I'ugh, of Cynthiaua, ia man of great firmness and decision, and tered the parlors, which had been beauTTTCT TXT visiting Miss Ora Ray. Miss Mary r held tenaciously to any cause which he tified for the occasion by the handsome .mJUJI hi left Saturday night for Knoxville to espoused. He was close, it is true, but Mrs. Daniels, nee McFerran, of Boyle, spend the sunitncr. Mr. and Mrs. Wy- - honest and upright; always paying the who presides over the domestic departher, who have been stopping at the Mil last farthing of his indebtedness himself ment of the hotel, in the following orler Hotel, left Monday for Minnesota, and demanding the same from others. der Mr. Will Severance and Miss Jen their future home. Mr. S. Brown and His long life was singularly (ree from nie Warren, followed by the groom nnd .. r.oj family, of Iindon. are spending the anamadversion and he gos hence leav- his best man, Mr. W. P. Walton; the BB TBBk ir IBH SBBTE week with Mr. Dick Ward. Messrs. ing a name for integrity and probity, to bride and her maid of honor, Miss Mat-ti- e Van Do veer, came next, and they John Stormes aud John Farra spent be envied. The interment was in Bu HaSunday In Nicliolasvllle. Mr. and Mrs. lo Cemetery Sunday afternoon, alter a were followed by Messrs. J. D. Shelby Walter Greening, of Huatouville, visit- short service by Rev. W. A. Slaymak- - aud George C. Keller, Jr. The party ened Miss Delia Hughes, Saturday and er. tered the north parlor and passing thro The first day of June was the day on which we began the Sunday. Misses Maggie Bright and Cbaiii. His relatives and the com- the large arched doorway, which conKthel Beazley returned to Stanford Fri- munity general! r were shocked by the nects them, passed into the south parlor, Kone. day. Miss Mattie Thompson accompareceipt of the news of the sudden death where they formed in a hollow square MT. VERNON, ROUKCASTLECOUNTY. nied them home. Mr. Otvsley Ray is at of Mr. John H. Craig, which occurred at around the mac of God. Miss Bessie Mrs. Mcl'herson is erecting a dwtll- - home this week. Mr. T. H. Saunders, a late hour in Louisville Thursday night. Richards played Mendelsshon's Wedof Louisville, is here visiting his aunt, He had just reached the city from a tour ding March and the subdued tones of ing in White's addition. OF The wheat crop in Uockcastle is Mrs. Liza Arnold. Thurmond Anderson in the interest of his house, when he fell the instrument, during the ceremony, proving to be the best known for many is In town. Miss Katie McGrath, of unconscious in the depot. He added greatly to its beauty and effect. Bryantsville, is visitng Miss Jennie was at once taken to the city hospital, The words of the preacher were as beauyears. Burnside. Mi.ss Eti.a Lusk has gone to where he died in less than an hour, tiful and impressive as ever joined two For some weeks Mrs. Rosalind several without recovering consciousness. He loving hearts and were spoken with an has kindly done the writing for this Dripping Spriugs to spend Miss Myrtle Wilds is visiting was attended by Dr. John M. Williams eloquent solemnity that touched each weeks. column. B. Young, known u Brigham, of friends in London. and others, who pronounced his death hearer. The union, which is only to be Tlie report of W. II. Delanoy, pres- the result of softening of the brain. Train indissoluble by death, having been peris here in jail under a charge of Conway, ident of the Kentucky World's Fair Dispatcher T. A. Rice received a mes- fected by a pleading invocation for blessbeing too fond of the opposite sex. Mr. George K. McCoy has bought a Commission, contains soma very inter- sage of Ids death at midnight and Dr. ings upon it, the happv pair was hearti The low prices at which we propose to sell the above mentioned arlot on Richmond street ami will build a esting reading. Of the S 100,000 received W. N. Craig, son of the deceased, and Mr. ly congratulated and after a short time ticles we call moving and you will decide with us when you find how residence in the near future. Mr. Mc- there has been paid out (or the old Will Severance went on the first train spent in lively conversation, the wed:iM IM, on the Kentucky buildCoy aud family are now located at the board to bring the body home for interment. ding garments were exchanged for traving lll,77S 10; salaries for CommissionNewcomb Hotel Mr. Craig left Stanford several weeks eling suits and Mr. and Mrs. Webb, ac The jail Is being talked of au Indng ers Ji,ll(j, S1N,0.V l. for other purposes, ago on his usual summer tour. He had companied as far as Stanford by their attoo dark. It ia claimed that the lower including J."00 insurance on the build- been complaining (or a long time, but tendants, took a Pullman (or their home for premium on design, $1,1:17 was no worse than he had been and felt near Knoxville. prison department, on account of the ing, We sell these goods. No man in Lincoln county carries as fine goods The bride and her maids were attired and as elegant styles in Clothing as we Mullins patent windows, is ho dark that for relief map, whatever that may be, himself fully able to do the work of the Come at once and secure it is impossible to read a nowepaper dur c''1..0. (or entertaining tliu governor trip. Letters received (rom him do not during the ceremony in gowns of rich and stall'; $12.i for lire extinguishers; ;w."j show that he had suffered (rom the ex white cloth aud each carried bouquets a bargain. ing the day without the aid of a lamp. Louisville Kinder ertion, anu ins ueatn was tnereiore a of tho beautiful wild roses so plentiful Mr. and Mrs. 0. F.bwinney have re- (or a stenographer, turned from Louisville and will remain garten $100; for tinting walls f2'ij, ped- great surprise. Mr. Craig was a son cf around the Springs. They were a lovely here for a short timu and then go to estal for the Boono stature jl."0; J. (i. Mr. J. Newton Craig aud was born Dec trio, the bride fairlv outshining herself TO THIS their Missouri home. Mr. M. J. Miller Brown expenses for self and stall' ?71 r0, .", 1SU. At an early age he developrd in the excitement of the occasion. She good business tact and after clerking for is the daughter of Judge aud Mrs. Micali was at Lancaster during the week. Mess (or ruga sl.M). This leaves on hand f to be used in the payment of sala- his father awhile, he went into partnerC. Saufley, aud is as lovely of person as rs. Tom, Mlt and Hugh Miller wmt ries of Commissioners aud other ex- ship with E B. Hayden iu the dry goods she is gifted iu all those attributes of Up to Middlesboio. We call your attention to the Late Improved Mrs. Cleo. W. Brown has taken penses incident to the Kentucky ex- business. The partnership lastud sever- mind and heart which unite to form the The hibit aud if rightfully used would biing al years and then Mr. Craig became as- perfect woman, nobly planned. charge of the Mt. Vernon The Mr. Joshua Bore-in- ttie State up to the point the people sociated in the same line of business groom is a son of T. . Webb, Sr , a lead- retiring has the best wishes of all the pat- lave reason to think it should be with Mr. Joseph McAlister, under the !m lWVir of l tint villi, nml ia liiiiiuulf! rons of the ollice, to whom he was uni- brought. If the Commissioners can af firm name of J. H.Craig rt Co. At the a young man of excellent habits aud fine versally courteous in the discharge of his foul to pay the expenses of the govern death of Mr. McAlister, Mr, J. W. business qualifications, which he is demer took his father's interest, finally onstrating in the conduct of a paying duties. The ollice will be placed in the or, who gets a salary of $5,000, and his buying Mr. Craig ont, who after a short enterprise, which he has successfully esnow Joplin Hotel, two doors south of its stall, who doubtless receive compensapresent location. tion (or their services, why not furnish retirement went on the road. Ho was a tablished. This most solemn and sacred some of the sovereigns, who arn short of very capable merchant and did well union that can be consummated by morYale defeated Harvard in the annual (unds, witii a small supply of pocket here. On the 2Mb of January, ISliS, he tals lias not been entered into hastily boat race on the Thames, by four money to enable them to see the sights married Miss Annie Van Arsdale, who and without weighing all tho consequenlengths. died iu Jan. 1SS0, leaving two sons, ces, and knowing each other's character Wa?hii.gton free of expense"' The Barney V. and William N the latter as they do, they will prove completely correspondent estimates that a majority Resolutions of Thanks. alone surviving. The deceased was a that marriages are made iu Heaven. The of 12 in the Senate opposes the repeal of The Masonic Lodge, of McKinuey, at member of the Presbyterian church for I.srKKioit Journal, will always (eel a sort the Sherman Silver law. It is thought their last meeting, adopted the following years, iu which he was for a long time a of a paternal interest in the young couple, that nine of Kentucky's eleven Congress- resolution and requested that it be pub- deacon. He was a pofiular man, with upon whom it bestows its sincerest ben- 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 men favor the repeal. lished in the Intkkioii Jouknai.. manv friends, who sincerely regret his ediction. God bless and preserve them machine on the market and less liable to get out of order. Call and is reported that George Watkins, Be it resolved that we extend to Dr. untimely death, and feel great It sympathy now aud always. it. It is represented at Crab Orchard by W. A. Carson, at Stanford for whose murder Andy Hedgopeth was G. Moore, Al G. Colley and the ladies (or his lather, sisters, hiother and son. Happy they, the kappli-t- t ol their kind by D. B. Stagg, at McKinuey by Alford & McKinney, at Kings-vill- e hanged in Boone county, Ark., in ISSfi, of McKinuey and vicinity our warmest The remains were interred in Bufi'alo Whom senile (tars unite, and in one fate by W. L. McCarty and at Hustonvillc by John Riffe. has beon located alive anil well in Kan- thanks for their work aud assistance in Cemetery at 10 o'clock Saturday, Rev. Their hearts, their fortunes and their being blend It was intended for a notice of the above sas, Hedgopeth was convicted on cir- preparing and carrying the supper given W. A. Slaymaker otliciating at the grave to appear in our last issue, when it would cumstantial evidence. June 21th to success. in an impressive ssrvice. have created a sensation, eoell had the The committee of the Lady Board of The lodge secured clear of expenses Miss Susie Goocher, who was born Bccret been guarded, Fair, of which flo.03, which will he used to buy a carbut owing to the Kept by each agent. Don't fail to see the Huckeye Machines. Managers of the World's tiere, died injunction City Sunday, aged delay iu the arrival of Mr. Webb, it had Mrs. Mary Cecil Cantrill, ol Kentucky, is pet und some needed furniture. 13. She was a daughter of Mr. aud Mrs. to be held up till everybody in this chairman, has decided to take a vote toW. G. Goocher, aud was a very bright CHURCH AFFAIRS. has heard of the occurrence. Fair on the question of a seday at the child. Mr. James N. Nutt, of Huron, Kas , lection of a National llower. Theruare 15,030 Spiritualists in the Robert L. Dulaney, son of W. H. was about lu and Mitt Mary Albright, daughter of Just as the undertaker with 324 churches. Country Dulaney, president of the Kentucky screw down the lid of bis colliu, Charles Fannie Edwards, the wonderful World's Fair Commission, is dead in Lou- of Uriah Albright, of this county, were married at the Baptist parsonage yesterWalter, of St. Louis, who had been pro- Girl Evangelist, aged 1(1 years, will hold isville. Anthonv J. Drexel, the millionaire day by Rev. A. V. Sizeraore. Mr. J. C. by a physician as dead, sat up a nounced meeting at Green Briar Springs head of the Drexel, Morgan & Co, bankand gaed about the room. The under- commencing at 3 i m, Saturday, July S. ing firm, died last week at Carlsbad, Ger- McClary took the couple under his protecting wing and piloted them to the rehe gave up Rev. Georj-- W. Dunlap, who epeut many. taker was so shocked that alization of their hopes. They left on mmmmmm is now doing well, the job. Walter, who the winter at Sanibel Island, Fia., with The the noon train for their home in the To CuitAfio via thk Lakes. changed his physicians and says he is the hope of bettering his health, has loGrasshopper State. New stock, styles and shades. greatest trip to the greatest fair on earth Mr. JnkH Burket, 22, and Miss Liz Roing to get out. cated with his family at the pretty little and a ride; Detroit to Chicago Charleston, S. 0., now has no State English settlement of Rugby, Teuu. in the grandest palace steamers on the zie Pence, 17, were married on the 2d. for the sale of whisky, the Lakes. Picturesque scenery. Returning dispensary ItShould Be in Every House 1, The 30th anniversary of the battle from Chicago direct, all rail; or you can new law, which went into effect July J. U. Wilson, xji Clay street, Sharpiburg, Pa. Hundreds of of Gettysburg was celebrated on the fa- go to Chicago by rail and return via the says lie will not b without Or. King's New Dist of It. baving disposed and meals inLakes Colds, tha. Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead Linseed Oil and Varnishes, d months' sup- mous Sunday by the cluded and Detroit. Ber(h and Chicago. covery for Consumption, Coughs and with pueut it cured his wife who was threatened homes have laid in a six between Mackinac being that dedication with impressive ceremonies Round-trimonlaalteran Landreth's Garden Seed at rate from Cincinnati $21.30 other remedies attack of La Grippe when variou ply, the general impression and several physicians bad done For the'law will not last longer than that. It of the haudsome monument erected by (via Toledo and boat 30o lees.) & fur- her no good. Robert lUrber, of Cooksport, i'a., D. R. claim that Dr. King's New Discovery has done 200 places of the State of New York, in houor of the ther information ask and C, H. him more cood than anything ha ever used for ia estimated that moso than O. etc., will be for rent, heroes of that State who fell in the light. R. agent, or nddress E. D. McCormick, Lung Trouble. Nothing like it. Try it. Krce R. R., Cincin- trial bottles at A. K. I'enny'a drug store. Large address was delivered by G. P. & T. A.. O., H. A will The principal New Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. and that several thousand employes bottles joe and 5u nati, O. Gen. Sickles. out of work. be thrown to-da- y The Danville base ball team was CMMlCgTIAN ULE:rJEf 2ustoiivill, Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 5th 1 1 La-doc- ia CLOTHING! New Stock H. New Styles, . Mil-le- I J. McROBERTS. 1 . 1 b. Cash Slaughter Sale, -- 7th-stre- Nes-bl- tt Dry Goods, Clothing Ladies' Slippers. Ridiculously Low -- O STEPHENS & KNOX. 17,-&- Farmers of Lincoln Co. pout-ollk- o post-maste- Me-Al- ls Courier-Journal'- s New Buckeye Machines. iKunsriDs I .a.Xj:ej of :r,:e:ea.i:r,s sec-tio- SEASONABLE GOODS. WALL PAPER & ALABASTINE 0 1,000-mil- e Carriage and Decorative Faints for Buggies and household use. battle-groun- p W. B. MoBOBERTS, .A i-- t- - -" .f ., ..-i X. 5"' A n r 1 I; I- - t . i- - i - i' lr . o! J .v jurj region, such ns is afforded by the magnificent vestibulcd palaces on wheels of the Queen & Crescent, is almost stifll 6TAKFOIID, Ky., July 4, 1893 dent to make one believe that the GarTHE-- . den of Eden WR8 not in Falestinu after all, but right in tho middle of God's W. P. WALTON. territory Country, the unrivalled am, which lies in tho heart of "Our Old Ken ML JMJL-i- J tucky Home." Always beyond com L't pare, it is at present more beautiful to look upon than usual, each view disclos:e,ji:d.a.'X". Goods see Somerset has another no wspaper, nuking a landscape more lovely than was ever to cool conceived by master artists. The wavy ing three published there. The new venOx the train from Cincinnati Suudsy all-wo- ol and it is be by expanse of green carpeted ture is called the com, the U. S. .Senator Lindsay was a passenger fields, the umbrageous trees, the yellow owned and edited by J. K. Sswell, who to Soc, 75c. n route to Frankfort. In a runnlngcc-tispots of ripened grain uuite in forming a used to bo a compositor on this paper, vereation with him on various topic, he picture that can not be duplicated else- and I). 13. Boone, also a fine practical expressed his approbation of Mr. Cleve- where on God's green footstool. It is printer. The NewsLotter is neat and land's call for an extra session of without peradventure the most favored newsy and we wish it luck and long which the financial situation of region under the sun. It's women are life. he country seemed to imperatively dethe fairest, its horses the fastest, its Bktweks the gold bugs who want to We mand. He is for the repeal of the Sherclean-c- ut to Clearwhisky tho best. In fact it is indeed adopt a single gold standard and the man silver purchase law, but thinks it by and in truth the land will not be accomplished as easily as it silver cranks, who insist on tho free and Where every prospect pleases is now thought, owing to the determinaunlimited coinage of silver, we fear there And only man is vile. will be a monkey and parrot time in tion of the silver men to have something Mit. Clkvkland has issued a procla the extra session of Congress. in its place that may not meet the approval of the other side. Questioned mation calling Congress into extra sesMr. Harrison has been talking a good ftbont the appointment of a surveyor of sion Aug. 7 next, because the distrust deal too much with his mouth lately. the port at Louisville, for which one of and apprehension coucerning the finnn our citizens is an applicant, the Senator cial situation which pervade nil business He ought to know that he is a back Ox was as close as a clam with his opinion circles have already caused great loss number and learn to keep his peace. Shoes, G5c to H to who would be the lucky man. but and damage to our people and threaten NEWSY NOTES. he was emphatic in the expression of his to cripple our merchants, stop the Two negroes were hung at Marlbro, belief that no one would he appointed wheels of manufacture, bring distress before January. It had been decided in and privation to our farmers and with Md., Friday, for the murder of a white similar ofiice in South Carolina that hold from our workingmen the wage of farmer. Councilman T. Logan Hocker, of the appointment for four, years dated labor, and because the present perilous be from its confirmation by the Senate and condition is largely the result of a finan- Lexington, was acquitted of taking flCKl the rule seems to be generally appl ed. cial policy which the Executive branch for his vote. A suit to test the right of the president of the Government finds embodied in The public debt decreased $lf210,'JoS to remove an oflicer with a specified unwise laws which must be executed last month and the cash in the treasury length of term, when there are no chprg until repealed by Congress. Our Cleve- increased ISHT.loti. es tiled and sustained against him, has land can ul ways be depended upon to There is practically uo opposition to been brought by a judge in one of the do the proper thing at the right time Speaker Crisp and he will be Territories, who refuses to surrender hU nud his action m this matter is univer- on the first ballot. : office, and Senator Lindsay believes that sally commended. 1'ietro Bucceri, au Italian, as his Mr. Cleveland la awaiting its result. In name indicates, was hung at Reading, Tiik calling of Congress into extra ses- Pa., for inunlerine a sister of charity. the plentitude of his charity and possibly his gratitude for the favors and hon- sion by Mr. Cleveland is a reminder that Since the governor has signed the II. 1UEKSIION A Prominent Lady Arrested W. W. HAYS, ; ors it bestowed upon biro, the Senator it is the 11th time that the power to con- Louisville charter Mayor Tyler has ,, , much attention at Wathtnston Mil Djr ner relor j,,),, ,.,b)CCt t0 theaitlonof It a vai.Ji.late lor mler Iuk,, , his candidacy for bad a good word to say of the Legisla- voke in extraordinary session, has been . . naaiin mu lii ture, which yesterday became defunct. exercised since the formation of the gov For the first Bix months of ISM there frmntomauy women, wheti a ciriam .c.ucuj lor n, Pieree'i Kaonte He thinks it has done the State much ernment. John Adams, Jefferson, Mad were 0,101 failures, as compared with 5,- - their lututional and orsunlc dia rretcrir.tion v It pl"-IHAMPTON. , service, and but for the mistake of the ison, VanBuren, Harrison, fierce, Lin- 50:$ for the corresponding time of latt cur nauwa, indull9n, btcrlmg, wtJk li a Camiuiatr f.ir uVct to the will oft' !, a candidate for lailer u! .rci 10 il. actliMi of d.bllttv and coln and Hayes used it once, each, with year. n.rou probation, energy return, aod beaut) the IHmotracy the dcmotiacy. revisory committee in attempting to reStrength UifiiK.e.1, It purely eetabl ami vise all the statutes instead of those in the exception of Jefferson and Hayes The Madison Car Company, near St. iKainMoon. ly tiannleiv jruBii m.c .. G. W SA.1I .M. OWENS, conflict with the new constitution, would who called two extra sessions. Lincoln's Louie, the lamest works of the kind in call was for Congress to provide for the country, has failed for alout a million Mr J C lto.well.one of thf brt known an.l. It a Candidate Inr Jailer, bavo been able to adjourn long ago. The candidate lor llrownwtx.l, tubtt the action l It a tu the action Sheriff of Lincoln County, mot reepectitt cltimi of the Demiwraiy, and fl Ihn democratic rirraty. work laid out wassittlicient for two years' resistance of the rebellion and it remain- dollars. anHcrrd with durrh.ra lor a long timr rfi tr rd tin II ed in session Ui'ilayB. Hayes' two calls many dlir.tr. nt remedie jMtboul nlt even had there been abetter understand Kliue, the Brigbtwood engineer, fi,.v...ii.i. . Cliollc. Ch'ltra and IHmrliia ICI. D. ing between the General Assembly and were in consequence of the failure of who was hacked with a hatchet 10 days Remedy a utd; that rrllfil him at ince Congress to mako appropriations for the ago, died Friday. He made no disclos-- tut wlt by w. T. Mi KobMU DruKt.Manfnrd It a Candidate for .Wetter, ul)nt to the action It tha governor on the construction of the acaKiiKiiteftrMieriff of I mce)n courty. tu the action of the deMirailc primary. of the democrat.) , constitution. Of course the ettlenient support of the government. his assailant. of the locution of the capital at his home of Georgetown, was Ed South worth, A moii at Marion, Ark., cut oil a neis very gratifying to the Senator, who gro editor's ears because he published an run down oy a train at .muiiukuivihu ami .li. to th. a. twn of N candidate It a Candidate for Ai.rMor, uictl to the action thinks there was never nny popular de- article reflecting on the white women of had his foot cut on". He was drunk and thea democrat!- for Jalltr, uie.t patty It a eandidtle frr menther of thi of the DemcKratu party mand for a change from Frankfort, laud the South. There is a heavy penalty walking on the track. l.ntMn wmj , t.it.jc. io nniLlnatHiii hrihe fron' CONMMTION OF I 111. of "The speculators and other interested parties for the crime of mayhem, Dr. J. U. Graves, author E. but there is being alone responsible for the effort in not a jury in the section Iron Wheel," and the antagonist of FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. that will ever It a raixlidatr frr re rleclMm to the ulhce of that direction. Senator Lindsay's etpe convict any member of the mob should tho notorious Patson Brownlaw during , of Lincoln County, tub'ect to iitiet t( the HELM A sl M"OKD, democrat!, party. rience so far at Washington has not been liis identity ever be discovered. There the most red hot period of American Itya'lan t.i rrirrient l.lnoJn county in tho of hu.ine June o, 19). At the loe of the roseate variety. He has by no is ou tictt l.esltlature, tukject to th actton el the de the other hand uo written law politics, died last week in Memphis. motracy W. I. . DAWSON, means it'pom'il on downy neiis ot ease, against the negro a Louisville physicians say that in otlense, but when it by the is KHSUKCIIt a eand date for aitcr, ul M to the a but has been pulled and hauled temperance among women is growing fully settled that a pair of ears nin-the dimotrat ubi()uitnus and solicitous ollice seeker, pay the penalty, 3fc? with distressing rapidity. The whisky Note jhJ WIU diiawtnted there will be no more T till liftflins almost lost its charm. He defamation of bad enough, but whin Other ttocla and bomt...M It a Candidate Jailer of inroln county and women in the public habit with men ih ....- Overdraft. ' ' atkt hi. fnendt lr to on.mii thcmtelxH to any ixit seems to have stood up well under the prints by white or black it comes to the fair sex it is indeed in tol- Due Cram Hank one elte. aa he 11 furred 1.1 ttay at home and worka ....J'iU scribblers. lta candidate fur jiili r. ut otto lie action . Hit cahlidary tuh;t to the aitien ol tho Dent, . ... pressure, however, hr neither his ad erable. Haul lltm, furmturaM the ld Jetlertonun eixo ra y otralic party 77 ijootl humor has 'MM nor his fund of Secretary C. II Baugh has sent, us a Cah A TSRKIIU.K story of a woman buried been affected alive comes from White Haven, Pa. The catalogue of the Laurel County Fair, J.57l m will bo held at London August I.IAIIlUTtlJs Gov. Ai.'ruKi.it, of Illinois, has raised a body was disinterred for some reason which $ with a very liberal premium list. Capital 4cl howl that is coming up from all over the when it was found to have turned over, rateof Surplut hair whh torn out by the roots and Our people can go on a round-triland, bv his pardon of the anarchists, the 7 Individual liepOMO who were sent up for life, instead of be- the clothing was rent into shreds. one fare. ' 8 upon Due to lUnkt After the first of July instead of stlliii" oods on 6 months' time we Speaker Moore has decided Ml ing hung, for their part in the Huymark Most of such stories are manufactured to Kund to pay late..... will present our accounts the 1st or 15th of each month, as suits the scare persons. Occasional- Messrs. Sims, of Trigg; O'Meara, of Haret riot at Chicago. It does look like the of Bourbon, as the buyer. Our idea is to do a governor might have been in better busi- ly in epidemics, a person in the liau din, and Dickson, for burial, may be interred alive, but House members of the committee of six GROSS KAKNI.NOS in turning loose these red ness than arrange and codify the Statute laws of Si moUhi ending June jo, ifiaj: mouthed murderers, who should find no the occurrence isso infrequent .is to make to but for convenience we extend the above time. We propose giving Discount, interett eichangc $m,;4i JS the State. it only a slight scare crow. place in this country, except on the gal lfc, ' '7 OU account our customers the best goods and guarantee to sell von Hardware, lows or in penitentiaries. The action of Distributed: Tiik prohibitionists won a famous vie FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Groceries, Ouecnsware, Woodcnwarc, Tinware. &c, for less money the governor has gone far to induce the tory at Bowling Green Saturday when Dividend No 6, j per cet than you can buy them anywhere on 6 months' time. Our explanal,oaj 00 Boone a payable July ul conclusion that the democrats made a ttiey carried the city ly a majority of ".'.s W. H. Innissold to J. II. . .r 9' tion for making the change is that it takes too much money carry on Current epenet mistake in nominating and electing votes. It was the end of the beginning fat cow for .. . 7S Kund to pay ta. . . our business on the 6 months' time. During the iS months we have him, to the highest ollice in the State. F.lkin bought of V. H Tray M. F. " made by Sam Jones a few months ago, iHrplut Kund ' i been selling goods our sales have been much larger than we expected Debt charged off. . . since which time the women, the preach lor a lot of 200 pound bogs at Oc. and we are very grateful for the liberal patronage we have received. John Holme Bold to Johnson, of Tiik work of weeding out the fraudu- ersand the "goody goody" have labored Ow4ey, cathaer of the abated itawed We are also proud to say that our I, Jolia lent pension drawers has commenced, in season and out. The "drys" have Boyle, a bunch of fat heifers at :Jc. customers have been the very best ar that the above .tatemeKl lUok. d Meil) people in the land and we are Mire we can make it to your interest to J. M. Bhillips bought of Curtis, of i. true I., the beat .f my kno ledjt aJ belief the first examination resulting in a had much to encourage them of late and continue with us We will continue to take Country Produce in regiment or two'of deserters, men who for one wu hope they will march on to Mi., i.'iri Knd. a nair of mare mules for JOHN It (IWM.BV, Cahier. before me by J. II. Owtle), thit July SH) days required by for goods at the highest market price. Thanking you for past served less than the victory till the whole country is relieved c ,v m nmctrr, N 1' ,,,,,. law and women who have remarried be- of the terrible thralldom of the accursed The owner of Yolo Maid has nude a favors, we are Very Respectfully, ing dropped from tho rolls. The money trnllio in .strong drink. wager that the mare will pace in 2.04 BROS. REPORT OF THE CONDITION paid them under a thieving administrathis year. or at 17j pacers .piartered Laws which were enacted without the tion of tho pension bureau cannot be Theioaif BANK, gotteu back, hut the beneficiaries will emergency clause as provided by the the Indianapolis track. They are gettina THE FIRST NATIONAL AT STWTOUD, live no longer ou the bounty of the gov- constitution do not go into ellect till 'JO thick at all the tracks. IS OVER THE Paris Kentuckian learns from lu the State iif Kentiickt. at the cf l.iiMne. ernment and no more of such frauds days after the adjournment of the LegisThe will dishonor the pension lists and help lature. Consequently the separate coach an old farmer that wheat sold at :Vc in June jo, to exhaust the treasury ua long as lion-e- t law will not become operative till Oct. :l. the 10s aud corn at 10c. RISOURCIs. V. Moreland After that the poor white trash of Kendemocrats are in power. M F. F.lkin bought of I.iiant and dicwntt. . .... ?SS3 J rise of Stockt and Itondt M,3 ! f tmteher stuff at '21 to the Jf.t'S' S tucky will not enjoy the luxury of riding tHitaaoJj-?---'-U-L.lJ " M.' Tiik president's assertion to a Teunes in the same coach with the American JIc. He bought of W. A. Cotley a lot of Overdraft. curetl ami wecre4 J.o w jo,i V. S. llondt to tecure Circulation e Congressman that the financial situ- citizen of African 'scent. We will miss si furmtureaiHl fixHtit. ItaBklnj-botit.' suie at 15c. ation would prevent the consideration of the odor, but shall not regret it. ty.oi B. C. Kichardson. of Faint Lick, has Due from llankt appointments till after the extra sesiiou returned from Virginia and Tennessee, Caih with V S. treaturer .....-- . .... .. .!1 t I r is said of Congress, is calculated to further comthat Dr. Walton, pension '9 ltecord- - fash on hand l.oOO sheep. t Ml.l i. imiiL-hplicate the financial situation of tliOM agent for Kentucky, returned $100,000 Homestead. & 'jt w i V 1 ify ToUl I ' who hope to have it relieved by a chance to the treasury, the amount unexpended v Wilkes ltussell was killed by Facer at the Federal treasury. Turn the ras- by him for the fiscal year ending June lightning at Freeport, 111. Ho had gone Capital ttook LIAIIII.rilrUS. cals out, G rover, and give the democrats r0th. As this is the doctor's htet show a mile in 2:01), but his record was 2:1.'. SttrplH fund dollars of our at the public money, none of which he 01 v...u' n show for at the v PI i If i'Y ? Vi 'v. , v 4i. Naticwal Ikwk Nm oaHatiMnlta.... He was valued at f:,00U. depoMlt .HbHt to clioek let stick to his fingers, it is proof posidaddies. Murphy sold to I. S. Fhilli8 Individual -- k .CNt..yW. H. nA VSr f l.ouiitty.,v.i " tive that we Waltons are honest, if we and Hugh Seargent a yearling bull for Due in itauVt v? :::iz:;. . a a. FROM 1 und tu pay late. ... Tiik Louisville Times aud Hoke are poor ami proud. LOUISVILLE OR CINCINNATI. ,r, to Jim Harper a bull calf for ?20, to Stock Rediutian Smith's paper, the Atlanta Journal, were : yiTdSt&s?? and to evening papers in the counGill Cowan a yearling bull for tho only two Old Gen. Wolford is better than sev... Total DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE PROKIIS try to aonouues in their regular editions eral dead men yet. The report now is A. Oauienieeh'oue of same at the same INClbOf Karninji lelt over lutt i that the president had determined to that he is able to sit up aud that he isou price. Pul!mnVeitibule Seeplnaird Bullet Parlor Crt. saddle Btallion purte will montht The ?300 call au extra session of Congress Auk. . a fair road to recovery. The old Only Route Through the Indiana hotly contested for ami me norse narmnjt thtt m inontht The TitaM always guts there aud hi great has never surrendered and the be will be a daudy Dit pwed ot at follows: Natural Gas Belt. tight that he is making against the final that wears the blue tie fdiapu. It is built that way. . off July 27. Come Ditldend sure enough. It comes THROUGH TICKETS conquerer shows that he intends to be o 00 Carried to turplut... . ThlH UMt ASD THUD COtslCTlOkt ( ltCCftI.3 Ouicaoo claims a population of L'.ltiO,-00- 0, game to the last. and see it. Write to the eecretary for Eapentes paid .I4 45 . Tht fINCIL TlC.IT CrilCK Of or 100,000 more than New York. She S07 ataloguce. Sutsaid U. S.taaet Fc mciat vroMtTKX it RiaAno io,r 1'atdoobaddeiit- - . The signature of J. K. Tillman, of is enabled to do so by having annexed Henry Embry & Bros, shipped atr ecdato CCTii concirmso imh to lutra aso J around of slop cattle SERVICE, will hereafter adorn the green- Union Citv 43 in nm on all of the suburban towns for oa mtuuu tonie or ihi oho.i.o ir itTit citmw I.JohnJ McRoWrt., ca.hier of aUjte named and by counting tho visitors to the Fair. backs as Register of the Treasury, he averaging about 1,300 pounds, to Gold- lUnk.dotolemnly twtur thai that the above beK. H. UCn. Soctitra Ftu'r Irut, . XlJJTniL TRTI ray kniiw'eclje and r. ' o j wifli The Wiudv City can blow iu nuiiy wajs Having neeu appointed to succeed Gen. smith, at lie They cost 2.S7 and it will ief it true to the ltt Jof rt. j im bj iii JOHN McKOHKRlij Ca.luer. . Dinrt ran r iftu . lOCUTIUtll s-i..f,: me thi tit Uy and aho is especially Rood at blowing her Uo.. ecraus. It U honed he can write : be Been that the Messrs. Kmbry made a SubtcribedandntorntoU-r..rc,c"u hfc Ipiu SSftVtiO UJt"1ttJ. m w M. llRiailT.N. V. I. C j i of July. ' goon I a bund. own horn. big thing in this deal. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal hide through the famed blue-gra- I ss 6 OB 8 PAGES. eveky Assemiuy, wnicn Btaui in session longer and did less than any similar body that ever met in the State, adjourned sine dio at noon yesterday. Nearly all of his members ought to have gone like tho galley slave, scourged to his dungeon, but the peoplo are patient and long suffering and permitted them to escapo without harm. May no like aggregation ever assemblo again in tho city under the hills. tux ucnerai . . .. ..,.,,, .JEsLJeSSCKSjb zCOME TO fcTPTvesy4iPTr nr nE" JL JLMXJ U JL0) nr zr mm Summer TE i l. News-Lette- r l and Fine Suits in for yourself the excellent line of Dress which keep and confortable. Our stock of Clothing is unsurpassed our competitors. Fine in Kentucky and prices can not touched worth Fersean Suits for Men from $5 $25. China Silks Mulle, c.j at And t Cou-gres- s, HALF THEIR FORMER VALUE. want have an interesting, ance sale and old-fashioned, giving us an early call You Will Feel the Forcible Influence of Our Peerless Bargains. taken into consideration. 300 pairs Ladies' Fine Don gola Kid. fords, Opera and Common Sense Lasts, vlain and Patent Leather Tipped $2. all sizes, from ALL OF OUR SUMMER GOODS MUST AND WILL GO And cost prices will not coekeje: -. . And secure some of our Big Bargains at THE LOUISVILLE STORE. JOHN rje c.-.- .. tlc-pt.i!- !.. EMMETT MclORMACK, Aiii, PETKR ! DFJIORI) KIN, tub-Je- ct J M.I T. NEWI.AND, of tub-J- et DINK FARMER - JNO. BRIGHT F. NORTH, Lck-iilti- I. KENNEDY, ,. I HARVEY - t - D T. J. HATCHER I 11 -.- voir-dupo- ia -...- -.....- !. JOHN BAILEV, I 'J.'-"."- ), p .... tl.ta - '."1 V Read This and Profit by CASH IBTTSHrsTESS, it. weak-nerve- d $-- .". '' Soto ex-chan- 1 McKINNEV The World's Fair Ronte from the i; J-- e SoT Pennsylvania short ? LIN ES . e, , . :m&M 1 'HliiRil".wr t ott-ce- , ilLx -- ., oi -- v &., - szx y, war-hor- se Ten-ne&se- e, ''"" .' car-load- s jiiiillir 1 VJ T FIRST-CLAS- S ai--n ttate-me- 1 - j..t e I Jt0ODI-iuju- v - ' M, M. &lk' .jr J fgfttiti .j. -, , -- 1 . tat mi M.VMmHH.VHNaMIBtflVfUI li Tm. m ' ,. rn .. 4 : li siwi. vx. . - . v , ( . .'. t v tjta, ... .....'.. - 11 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal July 1, I Stanford, Ky., 1893 E. C. Walton, Business Manager PERSONAL PMNT8. Mn. A. O. Sink Is viailuiR a sick rela tive In Ohio. Dr. E. J. lluow.N, of Mt. Vernon, was in town yesterday. Miss Cora Joncs, of Monticello, is the KtieBt of Mim Klla May Saunders. Mn. J. 6. Fkitii, of Itrodhead, hiiabeen vieiting Mrs. Dr. W. B. U'Bannon. Johnson Sims, now of Somerset, is his mother, Mrs. Salliu K. Sime. Memks. J. It. Fahris and Cletu Bee-chof Lexington, were over again Sun- Miss Virginia Bowman has cone to' visit friends in Lexington. Mrs. Adbi.ia Woods, tho capable postmaster at Hustonvllle, was here yesterday. Jah. II. Gaia'stit, of Junction City, accompanied the Band boys to Crab Or chard today to assist them. Uf.v. W. K. Ki,lis accompanied his sister, Miss Hallie, home and will remain in Eminence Boveral days. Mrs. J. C. McClahy is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. It. Bailey, at Crab Orchard, and Mr. McOlary went np yesterday to spend with her. to-da- y Skk McKinney Bros', nd. They want to save you some money. Your account is due. Please rail and settle it nt once. A. A. Warren. Dink Farmer is still on the track and ho is going to stay on till the last day in the evening of the primary. via-itin- g y, day. Mrh. Sallir Sims has returned from a a lengthy visit to her son at Tuocuuihia, Ala. Mrs. Maiitiia M Alwkr i visiting the family of her son, Mr. J oh. II. McAl later. K. B- - Smith, the wild and wooly editor of the Mt. Vernon Signal, was in town Friday. Jab. 13. Koiii.nhon, of Middleshoro, spent several days with hin parents in this county. AT. AN!) J. It. NUNNKLLKY, knightBOf the tcrip, spent several days with their parents here. Mrh. K. li. Joneh han returned from rineville. She report her sun, Kd, much bettor. II. It. CAMMT.and Will I.uiiiiinii, of Iluatonville, are here painting Mr. U. 11. Cooper's residence. Mia. Fannik Kiimihton ami Mis.seH Mary Duddurar and I.ula Menefeu are visiting in Crab Orchard. Mr. C. C. r.Miiuoil has returned from a pleaaint visit to her aunt, Mrs. John Marshall, near I'arksvillt'. I'Kor. 1. W. Johnson left Friday for a visit to relntivcs and friends nt Sedalia and Fayette, Mo. Mies A m.i it It. Biioun luis Becured. a Hchool near Huckeyo ami hnt eomnienr-eher term of live month. F.li. Milton Ku.iott, who will have clntre of Oarrard Female College, this year, w.tj in town Saturday. Misa Li.zip Twidwkli. and brother, Felix, of Huston villi', left yesterday for a lengthy htay at the World's Fair. Mim Kli.a Cooi'RR, wlio han been vis itiDK Misn Octavia'Sixemore, returned to hei home in Iouinvillt Saturday. Mim Minnie Stuaiii, who has been endued in the millinery business at Tenn., returneil home Sunday. Mr. Aeiu.KV Lin aui, who Iibh Wn nttendliiK the Vlritmia Military Insti in at home for vacatute at tion. Scji'iitB I'avros went up to Drippim: Spriiijr yesterday to play the llddlc for two-weeks' Cov-inKton, ' , the Ultli coliNecutive Itli of July K-a- it: celehia-lion- . lUint u joined Mine; Jean Miss Utichnnau from l.ouiMvil!e yesterday and went witli her to her home at Crab Orchard. Mn. Tiiomam Hni'i k and Mrs. John Stone, of l'latt county, Mo , arrived Sun day on a visit to their mother, Mrs. Mam liaUBhmaii. Mk. and Mkn. II IV Ovsei.kV ami Mat-ti- e are on a Hays, of ColiimbtiH, visit to Mrs. Kittiu lliirnniilt and all are looking well. Mn. J. It. Dknnih, the commercial ti., " r touribt, paid his friends here a call last week. He is looking cplendidly and Hays he is tloing well. Missis I.i.7.iRSlMi'fiON, Altie and lies-fiMarksbury, Georio Miller and (Ira riu Kiunaird are itutatH of Mi.hs Katie Simpson this week. Mrs. J. M. Coaki.kv, of Campbella ville, who wan with her I'licle John Mc Itoberts the last two weeks of her illnefw, will return home Mr. J. L. Ukivk and Mihs Klta Yeaer were up from Boyle yesterday on busi nees connected with the division of l'n cle Kd McKoWtA' estate. A vision of loveliness flitted into our dismal dun yesterday, brightening it for a moment and leaving rays of aunsliine that have not yet been ilispelled. Mihs Lki.ia Mi. kin, who linn been with the John C. Lewis Co., Louisville, for several years, has necured a vacation and will spend the summer in Chicago nod Canada. I)n. Lke F. Hi i kman, of Lexington, came over to attend tliu funeral ot Mr. John M. Mcltoberta, Sr , and returned home yesterday, accompanied bv Mrs. It. L. Cochran, Mra. Martha I'axton and Mary Pennington. Ovvi.su to a disfl(;recment with the superintendent, the general freight agent of the (). & C. at Lexington, Mr. G. W. Shultz, hnH reaigned. He had held tho position 13 years and was one of (he beat rneu in the company's employ. J. H. Swanoo, ot Centre College, win ner of the Kentucky Oratorical Contest, won the National Intercollegiate Contest at Chicago. The originality of his UrHt oration was disputed, but so far no fiim-oof nladarism has been made acainst his last effort. Mr. Sam M. Wiuiitb, of Louisville, was in town Sunday. Ho came on the Louisville Southern as far as Harrods- burg but from that point he rode his bi cycle which ho nan learniyi to rme wuu the alacrity of a l'ince Wells. He left yesterday for Monticello to join his wife who has been visiting Mr. Wilhite'a parents there some time. e to-da- Mr. Gua Hokmann was here yesterday He saj'B the Inrgest crowd ever seen at Thk Fair date is July 27 -1- 2 days, Re- - Crab Orchard Springs will bo with him member the day and date and if you to day and that he will Is always admired. We'are sufficiently patriotic to close on be fully prewant to have fun, come. pared to entertain it in every way. My entire stock of Walter A. Wood For Sale. I will offer for sale to the machine repairs can be found at McKin- highest bidder, July 10th, about 1 o'clock ney Bros. Will be Hold cheap and for p. M., 17 shares of stock in Stanford A the cash. J. B. Foster. Halls Gap Turnpike Co. It. S. Lytle, Tiik Farmers Bank and Trust Co. paid administrator J. A. Lytle's estate. And we ask each and every one of our customers to dividend of 3 per its usual The Gold Band boys received thir cent., after taking $1,000 to surplus, pay suits yesterday CITY AND VICINITY. and they are now not only ing expenses and charging otr a debt of the handsomest uniformed but the Take your repairs to Danks, the Jew- S303.C9. proudest band in the tate. They think eler. The Hustoaville National Bank earn they are going to create a sensation at ed $M:0.02 during the last six months Crab Orchard IJO days system. Thy the and they will we McKinney on a capital of $50,000, leaving $471 prof- haven't n doubt. To-morroBros. w. its, alter paying 3 per cent, dividend and twine for sale cheap. J. H. all expenses. Hinder Mr. J. R. Marks, who recently had Baughman. the good fortune to receive a gift of a Our business manager had a close call piece of fovernment pie, offers the Bkst double deoderized gasoline at 13 Saturday. A When we will make a- horse he was breaking for sale. Until it is cents per gallon at W. II. Wearen & ran away on tho street, tearing his bug- disposed of, however, be will continCo.'s. gy up pretty badly, but doing no further ue to look after the general policy of m Fivcdifferent sizes Leonard ice chests. damage. The performance drew a very the paper and will do the editorial work Will save you 200 per cent, of your ice large crowd to the scene. when the opportunity permits. R. E bill. W. II. Wearen k Co. Hughes will remain in charge of the loThe old Stonewall Jackson democrat, cal and news departments and Attorney Tin: Odd Fellows Hall Association Thomas Jefferson Hatcher, says he is xlubble will attend to the business Of Wash Goods and Summer Clothing at fabulously low prices. paid a dividend of ." per cent, for the 0 getting there in great shape. Most U. of the ollice. Mr. Marrs, who represents months ending July 1. everybody is for him for jailer, beCo., should have his old Confederate friends who the 1'i.ai'K your orders for coal now so as sides very little trouble in disposing of so good In his support. to get the benefit of the low summer are solid a paper as he has made the "Record" rates. Higgius A Watts. With two exceptions all the stores in and we hope he will sell it for a big of profit. will to It is mnii! annual settling time. Please townUh of be closed theday in honor of July and adjournment the Anotiikh killing has been added to 1 B. B. KING. GEORGE B. PKEW1TT. do me the favor to pay your account. the Legislature. The two that will not Lincoln county's distressingly long list need tho money. H. C. Uupley. bo closed ought to be required to pay and from what we can gather it is a most A Mn. Tottkn, of Itockcastle, was hero the expenses of the body which yesterhorrible case of murder. Ike Helm, a Sunday on the trail of a horse thief, hut day died unwept, unhonored, and u.v- colored man, was shot and MOItELAND, KY., he had not overtaken him at last ac- HUMl. killed by Odie Paul, at McKinney, SatWe have opened up a nice line ol counts. couples urday evening about 5 o'clock. Paul A no.KN or more young "stormed" Misses Jennie and Marie War- and a painter named Perry hired a horse A iiohrk belongiug to Mr. K. I). Jones had n most charm and buggy from McAfee Sz Alford, for was stolen from Mrs. John 0. Neat's sta ren Friday night and ing time. The Mieses Warron caught which firm Helm worked, and they had ble Siturdav night. See notice else- onto the intentions of their friends and driven it very apidly from Hnstonville. where on this page. prepared a delightful luuch, which was Helm remarked that the horse was near- We paid spot cash for these goods bought them where wc could set Hardware was bought in car load lots, Wk Htippoue it is hardly necessary to heartily enjoyed by the gueste during ly dead and thnt they ought not to have the most for the least money. driven so rapidly. Perry said that Paul which enables us to make very low prices. Salt statu that this is tho Uh of July, but for the evening. $1.70. did the driving and that he could see Miss Lizzie Myers has opened up Dress Making over our store and fear it is not generally known, we will and sevJohn Nevius, "Pig" Portman him about it. Helm continued to talk invites her friends to give her a call. s.iy that audi is a fact. eral other small boys were taking in abontthe horse's condition and Perry Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you Broke ms THKtii.Itev. A. Mobeily, coppers and nickels yesterday by giv- says he started at him with aknife, when money. a Baptist preacher, was thrown from his ing exhibitions of "Pig's" snake charmhe, Perry, knocked him down with a teErVVe are opening up a splendid line of Millinery. horse the other day and had bis thigh ing propensities with a dozen or more chair, makiug an ugly cut in the foreSabbroken, besides being otherwise injured. water snakes which they spent the head and badly fracturing his skull. Mr. & bath catching. He handles tho serpent He is in a very precarious condition. William .iarJtshury, who stays at equally as well as the average side show the stable, seeing that Perry would hurt Tiik Junction City Times says that W. girl, hut hardly with as much grace. Helm, pushed him down and out of the T. Kichardson, the clever and hustling way. Paul, who had had nothing to say of the dynamo for the A merchant of that place, will soon remove Friday night up to this lime, remarked to Helm, burned out his stock of goods to Corbiu. Junction City cannot well allord to lose such a and only the arc lights could be used. "Probablv you warn, to say something Manager J. W. Haydeu went to Cincin- to me about the horse." Helm's answer good citizen as Mr. Richardson. nati Saturday morning and secured the wae, "All I've got to say is the horse has Mrs. P. T. Coirts has been notified of necessary rixtures ami Sunday night beendriven almost to death." Paul, an increase of salary from fl.IUM to they were in shipshape again. It with an oath, pulled his U Colt's revolShe says it comes too late to do her looked pretty dark in the stores and ho ver and shot Helm in the left breast. much good, but she is glad her demo- tels Saturday niirht and the wonder to near the heart, from the ejects of which cratic successor gttn the henelit of what many was, how they had lived so long he died in less than an hour. Paul, reshe ought to have had all along. alizing what he had done, took to his without electric lights. heels across a field and thence to the A. C. A i.vticso.v, formerly of Huston-ville- , Garrard Coi.i.kik. Elder Milton El- Knobs, with a party of citizens close after was sent vuceil to a year in jail at liott, who will have charge of Garrard him. He paid no attention to their Louisville for robbing the contribution I;emale College this year, has secured "halts," but continued to run, when Joe b ix of the church of which he was a the following splendid faculty Prof. Carson fired his pistol at him. Even at member and a singer in the choir. The E. P. Haley. Greek and sciences; Prof. this ho gave only a glance and continued llral verdict was live years in the peni- G. W. Dodd, Latin ami Higher Matheto leave the sceno of his awful crime. It tentiary, but he got a new hearing. matics; Prof. II. II. Elliott, preparatory; was leported here that he had been trac Miss Lucy Van Winkle, primary; Prof. eil to John Paul's, on Green river, nnd MissL.mra Ma(.nai.i.y entertained England Con- that the house was guarded while reinthe Misses Lackey at the College at tea Glenn C. Garrelle, of New servatory, musical director; Miss Min- forcements were sent for, but he escaped a few evenings since. A inimber of couples was present and a most delight- nie L. Elliott, guifar music and French, some way and is still at large. Perry AT- was brought to jail here Saturday night ful time was had by everyone, who was Miss Sallie Elkin, art. mm charmed by the graceful manner in and a very enthu- by W. M. McAfee and "Dutch" SingleA paihlv which the pretty little hostess entertain- siastic crowd gathered at the Court-Hou- ton and will be held till Paul is caught and tried. He is a painter, as has been ed. Friday night, at the meeting call-e- stated, and claims Charleston. S. C, as 2. for the purpose of organizing the his home. Both l'aul and Perry were TtiK First National Bank at its regular meeting declared its usual Commercial Club. Col. W. G. Welch drinking and Perry states that he gave during the day. Helm a couple ol dividend of 3 per cent , added $000 to its was.made chairman and Sam W. Mene-fe- If Paul and Helm drinks had bad any trouble secretary. Col. Welch stated the prior to the killing it is not known, l'aul surplus fund, paid all expenses and paid 11,112.20 on b.id debiu. On another page object of the meeting ami afterward the is 25, dark skin and eyes ana is about (i work of permanent organization began. feet tall and was married about a yea of this issue will be found its ago to a Miss Huston, of the West End. Col. W. G. Welch was mado president, statement, mail" June .'.Otli, which Helm was a married man about 30 and kIiows what disposition was made of the A. O. Sine secretary and John J. Mc leaves besides a wife, several little chilT I Roberts treasurer. There are already dren. six months' earnings. about 10 members and the committee Not content with winning the Amer"I r never rains but it pours" is as true appointed to Bolieit membership, com of other matters as of the perfoimances posed of Messrs. M. F. Elkin, S. M. Ow- ican Derby and $30,000, the owner of Boundless ran him in the Realization of Jupiter Pluviua. Last issue every last ens, J. E. Bruce nnd B. P. Martin, think Stades at Sheepshead Bay w here he was one of our esteemed corps of conespond-cut- s they will have no trouble in running the beaten without a place by Sunbeam favoied us with leports, forcing us membership up to 30J or more. Mr. A. Colt, a 12 to 1 shot. The winner raked to exclude much of our own matter. To- C. Sine ltad had some correspondence in $30,000 St. Leonards was second, Sir Walter third. Distance 1, mile-- ; time day they are rather conspicuous for their with a bIioo factory, a planing mill and a 2.50 absence, but wo can't expect them al- woolen mill nnd suggested that commitMr. I). C. Terhune has bought SO suckling mule colts in six difways to come to time. tees bo appointed to further correspond ferent counties 00 of them mares and Tiik city merchants, through the ma- with them, which was done. Messrs. 20 horsH coifs nt an average cost of $03 WE HAVE FOR SALK- ny drummers that visit Stanford, are W. II. Miller, S. J. Embfy and Thomas 00. The wheat prospect in this county now beyond camplaiuing greatly of the dullness of Dalton were appointed by tho president was never finer nnd it is Farmers who shoe factory owners the dancer from every foe. trade all over the country. Many hous- to lay before the ly to be The simplest binder made. Pey- have been cutting declare it es have cut the number of their travel- 'advantages Stanford has; Dr. J. F. a lame yield ami good quality. ton and Messrs. A. U. Penny and I. M. Harrodsbnrg Democrat. ing salesmen down to half, while several have almost stopped "drumming the Bruce to confer with the planing mill NKVf ADVEBTISEMKNTS. trade" entirely. Harbison it Gathrigiit, firm, while Messrs. Joseph Severance, Or two horse binder. Deering Mower and Deering Hinder Twine. , S. M. Owens and J. N. Menefee were harness and saddlo manufacturers of Call on us for a beautifully illustrated catalogue, "Triumphs of the Louisville, have three Stanford men for nrtleeted to oiler inducements to the : 19th Century," describing Chicago, the World's Fair, and the big drummers, viz Messrs. A. T. and James woolen factory. A motion was theu It will be to of Deering works; also a lot of neat memorandum books. All icrions h.ixini; claim aysni.t ttm estate It. Nunnelley and J. P. Davis, and at made to incorporate the Commercial proven lo W. J A. I.y lie will rkcni thrin propetly anl eMate the interest of every farmer who needs machines to see us before buyme for .ettlcnienl Those iuJebleil to present their only work is to draw their Club and Messrs. W. II. Miller nnd will pleire ell and tcttlc ing elsewhere. We will always be found at the office of the Stanford salaries. Their house is looking for a E. Varnou were appointed to have it f, R S. LYTI.K. A.lmr. Roller Mills. was added to better time nnd the "bosses" are sharp done. Judge J. W. Alcorn to confer with the L. V JT. enough to know that it is more money the committee to them to keep these threo splendid N. R. It. Co., nnd he and MrW. II. MilW. II. HAYS, Assistant. From the uable cf Mrs. Juhn Q'Nel, a( inilv salesmen in their employ, even if they ler and Col. W. G. Welch will be from Stanford on tlio Hustnuville pike. 011 nitflit early us ul July 1st, a.vyear old Hay Harv, about is1 to Bee the road ollicials as do havo to "hold their hands" on aclun J high, heavy mane .ind t ill di ive well anu Any count of dull times occasionally. A rep- possible and should they fail in their ef with little practice would sadille well hoiMi will recovery of the leading to resentative for a Cincinnati house, who, forts to get a return of the shops to now-lan- d be liberally rewarded.the ........ HOWARD I) 36 committee was asked to appeal tho by tho way, lias been traveling for tho firm 2.1 years, received a telegram while to the company for lower freight charg-:- here last week stating that business was es, so that should manufacturers come too dull and that for tlo present they here they could compete in every way. Mees-reEnslUhandCtaitical For malt! and (Vmale. could uot nllord to push the trade except with other concerns of the kind. Penny, A. O. Sine and A. A. A. R. by correspondence. Such news aa this : Kentucky. Is keceivinjr His is uot encouraging to anybody, and par- Warron were appointed a committee to begin Sept. Jth, 1803. The course N ticularly is it damaging to the hotel advertise Stanford and ita advantages in mill teaching thorough, the building and grounds : : : VounK ladiea rules reasonable. and livery men, who to a great extent various commercial and manufacturers' teauiilulin ami College; young gentlemen boarded tb braided in th.. town For further particulars a dreM the are supported by the traveling men, papers, lne very ssuswtiurjr Goods Warranted and a Perlect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. MILTON hLLlOTT. Pie.ideiit, known as drummers. then adjourned. PATRIOTISM 3 THE GLORIOUS 4TH Postpone Buying Until -- semi-annu- n to-da- y m Record-H- omestead SPECIAL SALE HUGHES & TATE. t. Record-Homestea- d m m well-behav- KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Dry Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, KI1TC PBEWITT. Elegant Tew Stock of $1,-10- 0. Rugs. Carpets. Mattings I )l l 'il ll good-size- d se d semi-annu- e Severance & Son I hemi-an-nu- al ll " I' l-- i mJYftnwSm AtSfclJ 3-- first-clas- s -- The Deering Improved Steel Binders, uni-foim- ThePonyDeering Binder. K. BAUGHMAN, AGEKTT. Si-.- Administrator' Notice. '; STOLEU. .1 Garrard Lancaster. jut-emo- College, SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. wct-uu- 1 L4' Aj fr Afl- - .sJjj ' w I . Semi-Week- ly Interior Journk AT Published Every Tuesday and Friday $12 I?KK. YMAlt IN'ADVANCK VWhtn not so paid $2.60 will be charged. K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. il bystander. "Pshaw! Wo don't count caves nor Train i.ars Kowiand at 7.00 a. m., returning waterfalls nor burning mountains nor t 5'o p. i. boiling springs, though we can beat LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. creation in such things. Say, did any ol you fellows hear of the petrified forest Mul trim omg North... ,.. in Arizony hundreds of thousands of 33 pn South. ........ .......... tt 51 pm acres of stone forests?" Exprttt train" South... .. h North..., r. "And tho trees standing?" ml Knrth I.N1MMIM .MM.M9 3 South.. .a7P" "The trees standing? 'Waal, I should Th Utter train ulto carry panenf en. eay so, and not only standing, but ull in The. above ii calculated on ttindard tint. Solar leaf and soino of 'em in blossom, and its it about to roinutei fatter. others again full of nuts and other fruit. IUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. All turned into stone, mind you." "Anil I pupposo there were birds in City at follows: Trains past Junction - No i.. Vettlbula Limited. 11.30 tho trees." sneered one. flSoith bound."Birds? Yes, sir, no end of birds-- all . m ; No. J .iChlcaso Limited, i.jj a. m.; No. 5., New Orleans Exprett. t j a. m ; No. 7., S Local, of tho most beautiful plumago and p. stibulo, 40 u.ia o. m.: No. o . Hlue Grats all turned into stone. Even the nests in if North bound. No. a, Vestibule Limited, 6.4S tho trees and the eggs in them were d p. m. ; No 4.. r'ast Mail, s.53 p. " i No. 6 , Chlga-c- o in the most wonderful manner yon a. m.. No. 8., Local, j.js a. m.; Limited, .a; No. 10, Klue Grass Special. 6 a m ever saw. I bee some of you fellows doubt me. Well, all I have to say is that what I am telling you is true, and I'll bet any sum on it and take you there to prove It. I'll tell you what I caw last time I was in the petrified forest. There was a hunter who must havo been in the forest when tho petrifaction took place, for he was petrified, too, and there lie stood as straight as you please, with a petrified gun on his shoulder aim at a petrified bird. Why, tho whole thing was so natural that you could see tho shot and smoke coming out of the inuzzlo of tho" "I've got you there!" interrupted the J7Uauftfy Englishman. "The law of gravitation would have brought down tho 6moke pow- and tho bullets." A cream of tarter baking "So it would," said the Yankee, "but der. Higest of all in leavening the funny thing about it was that the Latest United States law of gravitation was petrified, too, aud strength. so tho blamed thing could not work." Government Food Report. Yankeo Blade. 1 T engaged In the practice of for the past J$ years. Ontliea6th of May. while Molnet en route to Chicago, he wa sudA Yankee Tells of the l'etrlfled Twreit la in denly taken with an attack ot dlarrhcra. Hating Arlaona. sold Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera aud Diarrhoea its "Thcro'd hundreds of wonderful things Remedy for the past 17 jears, and knowingdotesre of Used Successfully liability, he procured a 5 cent bott'e, t.o ther9 in Ainericy thnt wo don't pay 110 which completely cuted him The excitement in and change ol water and diet incident tu travel- Will arreit dltette, prevents diteate, exrelt hml to," said a Yankco traveling ing often produce a diarrhoea. Etery one should worms, stop cough, Increase the fleth and hasten Enclitud. procure a bottle of thit remed) before leating maturity. Niagara falls and tho t.nmr Kor sale bv W IUMckoberts. Dmggitt, Pncef $.30i $t S and to cents per package; "You mean . pound can u 50 The largest packages ate Mammoth cave and such things?" said n btaaforJ. cheapest. For sale by WONDERFUL. Lewis, Dr. a prominent phjsiclan of M.J. Davis is Iowa, and hat been actively Cat county, medicine at that pl DR. JOt. HAAS Call and sec our It Hog & Poultry Remedy NEW PROCESS STOVE. Saves time labor and expense Fifteen Years. Guaranteed to be the world lor cuts, bruuei aoret, ulcers, talt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped handt, chilblains, corns and all skin erup tiont and potitivoly cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to jriv perfect satitfaction or money refunded. Price aj cents per boa. wor ,att by A. R. Penny, Sunlord. kv. The best salve In Bucklln's Arnica Salve. ARyKSsy 07. Manlord, Ky. PERFECTLY SAFE. , ACatajB 2TOTZCXI We will Deliver IOE Every Morning at c per lb. l-2- And to give satisfaction. rlht This remedy is becoming so well known and so In Manlord and Rowland and by 50 lbs. soc per popular as to need no special mention All who 50 lbt and too lbs a,e per 100 lbs. We are very hate used Electric Hitters ting the tamo song or thankful lor patt patronage and repectlully Willdfllter trom 1 lb up Us continuance praite. A purer medicine does not exist and it it MRS. JANE HARROW A CO. guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric ,5 will cure all diteates of the Liter and Kid-nliitters -- . will remove Pimples. Uo.lt.Salt Kheum and blood; other affections caused by Impure present will as ilrite malaria from tho item and cure ol Head-achtvcllascure all malarial fetcrs. Indigestion, try Electric Constipation and Hitters. Entire satitfaction guaranteed or money relunded. Price 50c and $1 per bottle at A. K STANFORD, KY., Penny's drug store. et e. Electric Blttora. W. H. WEAREN & CO. BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, TSX BZOT MADX. OF EVERY DESCRIPTION'. it THE GOFFEY HOUSE s -- iet-rifie- The success ot Mrs. Annie M Heam. Keetport, Pennsyltania. in the treatmj-n- t in of oH'-rha- He a st WATER : COOLERS, JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. Call and sec them before buying. for sale cheap. This Hotel, renovated and refurnlthed, it now charge and I intend to conduct it so at to there In on account of my husband being employed whom nottny only maintain its high reputation, but to add ul We had several children with us, 1two got seme of to Its long list ol friends. Special accommodatook the diarrhira very badly for commercial travelers and fine rooms for Chamberlain'stonc. Chapman. Itw... " both "1 tions thedlsploy of samples. cured Mr edy from Rev,L -- r . ..u...i atthr lift . hereex- it be lAlFirst-Clas- s was equally succesMul. I think il cannot and 3 It " J celled and cheerfullt recommendMcltoberf, btan. 11 Aad BILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached cent bottles for sale b W ,7-JOSEPH COKKKY. ford, Kt. herchildren ttill undoubtedly be of to many mothers. Shesats: "I spent weeks in Johnstown. P... after the great Inter-esever-a- l flood, Every thing in the grocery line " Saloon FARMS & HARDIN. A. tl Pure Tex- Mr Thomas Uatte. editor of the Graphic, arkana, Arxantac. na ioui.u . d.istonnt fitr miff 11L9 CX . ..lw Jcllico Goal Co., Falls well wcrth remembering. He iajs -- . . u L.attummcr Miners and shippers ol the GENUINE t inp ttled almost ctery known remedy, none g lutrhaa Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and me I purchaseu a Uemedy was recommended toImmrHnlp rellel I 1. .1,.1 u.T the mediVine and. was en.l.e'y Try it. We are the sole agents lor Stanford Jand continued lo ol Depot tttcet and curid. I take pleature in rccommenairg a mis dlteate, Rowland Othwe corntr tutTenng with such I" a.(nmycpninitlsthe lost 6 HICOINS A WATTS. ence." sjand 50c littles for sale by . U Jle . I'limnn-.'-Kooeris, !.....!.. "tiitnlnr.1 1 .... Branch re-l.- ef ..:..' Original Jcllico Coal. mtclir SINE & MENEFEE, Proprietors or The Stanford Lumber Yard, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. tirKtirnrKccrl. C SINK J N. MENtrEI THE P. 0. MILLINERY. e royal:baking 10d POWDER CO., Wall St., New York. lie Got Away. "Bo you the man who keeps the book?" The voico was mar-riat;- e A. S. PRICE, Office Caitflfl., lUby was alck. w gae was a Child, aha cri.il for CiKorl. When h Wbn she bwanw Mix". h clung to Costori. When she had ChlUren, she gesetheni Castori. nben hr Call at the pott-offic- room and tee the Largest and Best Selected Stock OfMilliaerv in town. bound to pleate you. , Our facilities for giving the greatest values lor the least outlay, are 1 Ihegoodt and pneet are MRS P T COURTS. Wi Carry a Tull Iiin of BuildTs' Suppli . ' Owtley Building. SURGEON DENTIST. orer McRoberts Drug Store inthe new Stanford. POWILL, giotIebaii 8TOZIX, C. B. LOGAN AVEN'UE, Stanford, : : Kentucky, '.' E.i H Always'tells goods lower than any one else in town. New stock or Fruits every Fnda). 4 Er. I will open on January i5th, iSjj. a First-ClaDairy, from which I cau supply any quantity ol Jersey milk to the people of Manlord and lowland at the lollowing prices, delivered: EV-s-h o cents Milk, per gallon . . . .10 cents Sicirerted Milk, p?r gallon.... 8 cents Cutter Milk, per gallon I will make two trips daily. The patronage ol the G. A. PEVlON, public is tolicited. Stanford, Ky gi.iyr, ss Notice to the Traveling Public. .. .. I have had ... Tbo Sbelton House, . Xt"Rtrv1and repainted and nicely furnished and Nave in connection with Hotel one or the bett In the State, open day and night, a night man meeta all traint. In connection with Housr wells alto one of the best Mineral on Mr.in the Suu nd for reference to water, call and Mrs. ranJM" loyd G W. Patrick, Louisville, Mr Erin, Tenn . A. A. Warren. Stanford. Dr. liraum.Mr. ift.E 'Proctor, C H. Mr. and Mrs. andMrs T.W. K. B. Johnson. Rowland. Jvlw Haven, Jim Cox. GreensburR. Rates Ja per clerk. Give me a call H.r I M. f'etro. I. w- - CARRIER. Prop. csoiy In-ra- sharp and high, and the inannor in which tho inquiry was delivered caused tho busy clerk in the department of vital statistics to drop hi pen and wheel ubout. "My mother, Mrs. Kate Dudderar. has jut te turned Irom the citiet wiih an eletul line, of ml Great Scott! What a libel on beautiItnery, embracing ful woman met his eye. This creature I will sell Millinery was guuut and tall. Her long and bony ALL hands and wrists were strong and dirty, AT UNUSUALLY LOW PRICES Of the teattn, ol which the willhat c lull control and her ginger hair was wadded on her the season Call and ta c money,y She alto rtigagcd a and head. Sho looked formidable. A tplend'l I.Je ol I.ad.e.' Under ear kept conttantly on hand. "I say, mister, I want to know if yon FIEST-CLAS- S MISS LICCIE HEAZI.L . keep them marriage books, ami bo spry Sunford, Kv about it, 'cause I don't wanter waste no time." Call and etamlnc my stock of Millinery belore buying ami leate tour order for your drees The creature was the possessor of a I hanking you for pait fatort we tolii.lt tame. M set of uneven, tusklike teeth, which she MMIVIMMS Dl'DDERAR. fiuit belt of New Mexico. No fall The finett was constantly digging at with her af.end,Hl ureincropt under irrigation if prupeily w - JAMKS EAlEK. finger while talking, and when assured to. All fruits Krnwli in THOMAS YfNCER. i... .. excepi oraiic that that was the place to find thd books in New Mxlco. $o per acre on 10 years' time, at I.an.1 from SJ to tho mumbled: I, per cent. Ctll on r jjiare... & "Kin you find out when Ed Galpin Sunlord. Ky. was married?" A search brought to light the fact that S1AMORD. . . rsD such a person was married about two weeks previous. sale stabls, ;s:d STANFORD. I.Y. "Umph!" sho grunted, "married Lize Houtt We aie In our new u .tein the Waters, didn't he?" Hep meet, b At John Minrfec's litw htlck on Block and are well supplied with "Ho did," answered tho cleric "Well, I'm Lize," said the woman, W. RAMSEY, NEW RIGSJAND HORSES "an I jest dropped in to tell you that Who will atall timet be glad to a commodate all he's escaie'd." New York Mercury. will Hatelx-epurchatcd and ti tlilng.'t n t with good rigs at leaM.nableraUs. My 'Hut TO THI XtADXSS. !Tw Millinory. m THE HEST PLACE TO HUY THE NOVELTIES Wall A. IB o : Paper! -- Hot-ter- All new .stock and latest designs. The FoosVall3r. R. PENNY. YEAGER YEAGER, urn J. m mil mm IL WEAKEN, Main Street, Stanford, Ky., dealer in snsu, Of-ei- Pro'r 3i Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriages, Buck Boards, Spring Wagons, Carts of all styles and grades, Old Hickory Wagons, Imperial Plows, McCormick Harvesting Machines, Tiger Harrows and Hay Rakes, Corn Planters, Corn Drills, Land Rollers, Wheat Drills, Threshing Machines, Engines, Saw Mills, Buggy and Wagon Harness, Saddles, Fields, Baled Hay, &c. firtt-cli- ts An Alitojbliie Intrr-t- . meet all K. C. trains urnoutt will leate the stable SPLENDID FARM Give tliem a Call. FOR SALE PRIVATELY. pmalely my .arm of 3 acres, s luat Dan We.t tide of tne lluttonyille lie and wilhiu IK mile. Irom HuM-aiMile of Mo eland a hall mile of the rail oad ttalion of a splendid .h filial! in with a dwell state ( cr f w well Impruted 11. a good nicessary outbuildings, miluding graw and ba. the About balfol the faim it town n can be d vlded ent.re Place is well watered and I ill sell ed V. w BANKS THE JEWELER. -:- A : Great On goods in : Cut-Pri- ce : Sale THE London, RILEY V. B. HOUSE Kentucky. iti' V 1.. not ''"". STANFORD, - TCY. cery department will begin this week at RILEY, Proprietor, , nanelMot.i.tthepuF.haser ,e to or call ou, J .. ... ,t mi nw Hotel and am better prepared than ever to accommodate the publicGood I.ierv attached andetery convenience detired. Give me a call. KRANK RILKY. 77 r ucubn " I r P" J' 'Ky Stock Most Complete TheCash Bargain Store B. F. JONES & SON. II H . J IE3I. IN :aCILT02sT ROWLAND, KV. HARDWARE, iit-o- ti He Are yon not at all interested in my welfare? She More in your farewell. Brooklyn Life. Directed. A certain lord bishop was once going from Bed find to London. The train having to atay a few minutes nfter time, the following conversation ensued between two loiters: "I bay, Bill, the bishop is in one of Commercial McKlNNEY, KY I have bought above First-Cla- ss am oetter than Hotel, Hotel at A. lu t4ri PfJ EIs6irSf r fyf VCt' v OEALER GROCERIES, mentioned aud have attached a LfsALtLX" 'Fm llf A nice line of ests will be placed on sale to day at ioc, worth 15 and 20c; nicer quality at .1 little advance. All brands of Calicoes go at 5c, Masonvillc and Lonsdale Cotton.s 8'jc, best 10- -4 Bleached Sheeting 2'c. We have also received a new lot of Millinery and can open your eyes on prices. Don't fail to get a pair of those sample Shoes at cost before it is too late. We will continue to give our customers a handsome Crayon Portrait with every Sio's worth of goods. Ask for a card. pikes Orchard the Stanford & I rabnow Iwtter and "I Rowland it pleae theand is In both than htr prepared trade to Has moved into his new More at the Junction of Bar and Pool Eoom. the Holel and y32Mt t Tur Have repaired and refurnished WMr O ILVER A'ARi- STOCK Ol'' GOOUrf, PRICKS, Etc. He hat recently added greatly to hU stock and having no rent tu pair and no Io by bad dehts lie can sell you goods Lheaper than any body. all ST'J and get his price befrre buying 1 iter CMirKKLL r, t a siin; Prepared to Accommodate the Public. COME to SEE ME. Having pur hast J the Grocery : Business Of J W Uamtev, lam increatirg thestockat fatt as pov.ible and will on have it Complete in Every Particular. Kt-Call at my toie on Lantaer tnet ami make it to jourinterett to trade with me l "Oh, is he';" resiKjnded tho other liecial.ittentloii,io Commercial Men "Well, I could give him a nut to crack p w on ken. Proprietor with all his religion." JOE CARSON", Manager The bishop heating this put his head out of the carriage window and said: "I am the bishop. Now what is tho nut you want cracked?" Tho poor porter looked amazed, but line drawing himself together said, "Well, l hatertturned from the Miles with a nice tell for a small profit. hir, which is tho neatest way to heaven?" olMlllmert which I willas thlt season's Koodi, leftover, asfreth The bishop replied, "Turn to tho right Oocdtlast season, will sell at Irom Chrisand keep straight on." Boston COST FOR THE CASH ONLY, tian at Work. Rock liottom Prices. Prompt personal attention given to repair work. One call will convince you that this is the place to trade. NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, CAMPBELL 4 Office and stock room cor. Main and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. MILLINERY. 1 AT7STZ2T, Pro'r. and Somerset st; wareroom, Work built to order. naint CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS. I House Painting and Paper Hanging A"specialty. aSign Work, artistic and plain. iffi We guarantee work to give satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. , I will II aril Work. r W.C. HUTCHINCS. J on 11 II. Cattleman. A. U. Lannam ROYAL It r. Insurance Company, She was a frivolous joung woman, with young men galore, but ono with only a small income seemed to bo the favorite. "You'll have to work hard before yon win that girl," Kiid his mother. "And a good deal harder after you win her," answered his father, who knew what ho was talking about. Boston Globe. Not Much. A line in ono of Lewis Morris' poeini payb, "Tho old thoughts shall noverinore bo thought." Mr. Morris can never get stock of The reaton 1 do thit it to reduce ray goods so I will be aole to til out my busmets at '""liaCnviUMheladiesto call and examineronmi g'oo'd's .Uo ..licit a .ha.j.1 their Maiiford, Ky, hit lamed iuinnnr Retort, w.lli itt CAMPBELL Sur- & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky. Healing Waters and.Restful roundings, .FOR, J. H. BAUGHMAN, HRE AND STORM Is Now Open for flic Health and pleasure eekei Fancy Grocme:,BreaiCak, Pis: Rc-ception- of INSURANCE AGENT Representing.. Guests. will tind this OF LIVERPOOL. Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; tho biipport of tho funny papers for the Manchester, of Manchester, Eng.; MANAGERS, laureatefhip on such a platform ns that. Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; Indianapolis Journal. Commerce Building, Louitrille Ins. Co. of North America. Nut In It. Companies. 'I wouW Agents throughout the Soutb. All of which are Ine. BARBEE&CASTLEMAN AN ADMIRABLE PLACE To recover their wonted health and energies ipd at the same time secure iuu.t, home like fare at callonrzimmer THE BAKER. Candies, Lunches.Frvits, &c, Reasonable Rates. Ir Vo ce of Board frem J; to $12 peijwtek further inlormation appl) to GUS H01MANN, Crab Orchard, Lincoiu County, Ky. -- 1 A Good Meal i W. . TXIIILX. Local Arret, ;STANKORD, KY. fol. Arthur Haa Miiis Scree cher given up h.nleased to wait o n my Incndsin this at torna promptly issued. Vill insure agaii ng claut-"- the idea of marrying? and lightning. Light, ..., rtormi aHnmnilcharre ... Fred I sappos o. Slit has left the Office at Ftrst NaUonal Bank, Sunfoid. i church choix. Truth, first-cla- ss for 25 Cts. --- "' Orders for Bread by Mail or Telegraph Promptly Attended to. Ad-- I R. ZIMMER, Stanford, Ky. ' dress. i ViJSL. .1 5 '. . -. . ., ifkuiZ&j. i'kit-JiM- ' ii... mmBsmasaaBummmmmmmmmmm :'i