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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893071101 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. Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxi. DANVILLE. DEATH'S DOINGS. Interior Journal STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. JULY 11. 1893. II V NO. 38 IMS I.OIKiK. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. o icai ficnooi mrutrit. biiiy-tiinAnnual 1 Postmaster Au nged woman living in Platte K. S. Mills began Monday to put vision oprtu Wednesday, sept.Gth, 1WX Prepares for Welletley. W. T. POYNTER. of Oaensboro, died suddenly Saturday. store-roocounty, Feb., was recently married to down the foundation (or a brick her 8th husband. on the north west comer of Main He was a brother of the lato Hon. Henry t I). McIIenrv. Dr. Clarence H. Vaught, of Rich ami Fourth streets. son Currey, the mond, and Miss Elizabeth Virginia Ware heretofore with Mr. Jo Bowen, were married at Trenton. King A Davis, druggists, will probnlily of JecMe Thompson, tho barber, died Miss Allie Tedrow, of Columbus, 0., noon tko employment with K. W. I.U Sunday night of cholera Infantum. The remains wore taken to Lexington yestercommitted suicide because Albert Ack-leUnl, also druggist. Mr. Ambrose Port her lover, did not reciprocate her wood, of Lawrenceburg, Ih visiting lis day for interment. Mrs. M. J. Withers received a teleaffections. D. Portwood, of this city. son, Mr. C. FALL TERM OPENS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH, 1893. brother-in-law- , Wm. Trone, of Philadelphia, comRev. It. II. Caldwell, of this county, gram Sunday stating that her Mr. Thomas Smith, of darks-ville- , mitted suicide by drowning because he A SCHOOL AND HOME FOK GIRLS. went out Friday tuorniuK to feed his Tenn., was dead. Besides his wife did not want to marry the young lady hog when the greedy creatures ran Grxvl Faculty; superior advantages; to whom he was engaged. beautiful and healthful location. Sptclul course and special against him and threw him violently to he leaves a grown son. The news of tho sudden death of Eighteen young Kentucky people imlucempnts ofTereil Iu those uhii desire to make teachers. Our aim is to make our pupils thorough painfully bruised the around. He was went to Jeilersonville, Ind., July 4th The Ccllcire has been recently rcfited, and a College Library, Wall Maps, Globes, Tellurians, Charts, and although ho may be confined to his Mr. James B. Green, of Hustouville, &c, have been added. 33 M. O. THOMSON, Principal. which reached here Ht tin early hourSat-unlaami returned as nine. This arithmetical bed fer several days no serious result is problem is given by the Hopkinsville mornimr, was n severe ahoclc to (eared. Kentuckian. Can you work it? Monday for this community, in which bo bad so maMr. T. P. Curry left Tho engagement of Miss Hermine is preparing ny friends. It occurred at 11 v. t. Uncaater, Ohio, where he and he literally fell dead. Ho had Gral, daughter of Kditor H. H. Gratz, test of the electric to make a practical evening with his wife, apparof Lexington, to John JohnBon. of mgual he has been working on ho long. spent the J. M. HUBBARD, A. M President. Staten Island, N. V, is announced. The ently in his usual health and in unusuBy this device a conductor or other ally line spirits, when suddenly he comeditors who had the pleasure of meeting trainman can tell whether a train Ih 1893. Mias Gratz at the last Association will aud if the plained of an inability to brentho. He before or behind him bo unanimous in tho opinion that Mr. hitch ns to render unusual got up and walked about tho room iu dltanc is Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music and his effort to get breath, but It became Johnson is a very fortunate and much Ari. Kxcellent hoarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. vigilance prudent and necessary. to be envied man. Prof, and Mrs. J. C. Kales left for more difficult all the time aud In a few The marilage of the Duke of York, miuutes ho was a corpse. Mr. Green Cjpe May Monday morning. Mr. and GRAB ORCHARD. Prince George of Wales, the only survivProf, and was born in this county nbout 01 year Mrs. Hubert McUoodwin, ing son of the Prince of Walis, to the ago. lie lullnwcd mercnanulsing moai Mrs. J, M. Kupley left for the World's Our city fathers would do well to Misses Carrie of his life and was for years a member of attend to the bridge on Lancaster street, Princess Victoria May of Teck, in St. Monday evening Fair HusJames Palace, London, was attended Kincaid and Kiln Barker will go during tho noted firm of Cook A Green, at which is in (mite a sl.aky condition. tonville. He married Miss Mary Blaiu, great pomp and Bplondor, and In Square or round top, zinc or canvas; We were much surprised to find Mr. with the week. Judge W. - Caldwell hai Clerk John Blaiu, sister of thousands of people gathered along the imreturned from Crab Orchard much J. It, Lawless' garden iu such a fine of a lov proved in health. W. K Sanders, of and site is lelt to suffer the loss condition as wo saw it a few days ago. route of the royal procession from BuckMills, Perryville, continues to ing and faithful husband. They had no He got here after most of the gardening ingham Palace through Picadilly to the Bottoms' from early boyhood Palace, The handsomest-weddinpresdecline In health. His friends fear he children. Almost was done about town, but everything In Mr. Green has been u member of tho ent was the gift of the Princess of Wales, And- may not recover. liia garden is looking splendidly. He which he was Very unexpectedly to nearly every-lod- Presbyterian church, in ban a nice assortment of vegetables and which consisted of jewels and precious uu elder (or many years, and there was because of the Into hour he enterhas not forgotten his (lower beds, which stones to the value of $l,2u0,000. his consequent lack never a more devoted follower ol toe look more like the work of a woman ed the contest and CHURCH AFFAIRS. meek and lowly N..irin than he. He 'of preparation, Mr. J L. McWilliauis, a man. He is getting along nicely wBsalwajs at the head of every good than of Louisville, the Centre College In canvas, rubber or leather. with his building and will soon be The Louisville Methodist Orphans' of the Sunday- won the rirst prUe.SJ'iiu gold, church work, tho leader Home baa j 10,000 endowment pledges ready to move Ills latnlly m. school, tho stay of tho fatherless and af at the Chautauqua oratorical contest, at flicted aud a never failing help iu time of The many friends of Mr. and Mrs, and cash. His friends Lexington, last Thursday. Monroe Curtis will be glnd to learn that There will be a at .Suntrouble and oickuetvj No funeral has feiklllKllikjl f Till n.i. d.l hero are proud o( his success and think -- '""' "uu. .,,mu...uu ders, on the Louisville Short Line rail occurred In that section for many yeara "'vf """ it altogether deserved in he is an orator 0th. K?, Um? . blenville, Indiana, road, July that ho did not attend and by words of l of great talent. Thine lie defeated were - "' am Jones will dedicate the Union consolation and comfort help to bind up iKtttloi l W. Rronghtcubucher, of Atlanta, (in., tin. lmki!i.)w'.trtiil. (ti'tit-rotitn n fault. lirotiKlil little lierta .lauies Home and is Tabernacle, at Hopkinsville, in October. Ireland, J. 0. '"-'J. K. Baird, of Laidendery, 'lTt ''r8- ' K. Holdam. Mr. It will cost $S,000 and have a seating caItiu.l unit In h rHinnrltn.- - W'lM Dodge, Berea. K , Hopkins Moore, of Mrs. Annie pacity of 10,000. Steve Teeters is at home. ble decree and liked of all men, his loss Sigler lxrd and Mrs. Maie .Siller, of Scott county. Positions in Prayer. The publican will fall with heavy weight on the rich, 11 lt' ,nllKlul,i "" :.i. .'iris. .11. ' . standing, Job sitting (Job '2:i); He.ekiah i.... iiii f II Uk LANCASTER, 6ABHAHD COUNTY. the noor. tne old and tne votint: a T Siirler. Mihs :Ai. Vannv ih vinitirn' ber In order to lying on his bed i2 Kines, L'0:'J, Elijah ' A i.niil ftiuti .... mil. .. K. .......... liau fiillnti ttvi.l tho ........ Mis Vellie Uoyaton is quite ill of nity grieves as it would for no other man uri)iiier, .ir v.. nnuy, ui .lauioni. .urs with his face between his fees (1 Kings, Joseph Severance was with Mrs. I). C. fct. I'aul kneeling Kph. :J.12.I tvnhoid fever. within it. Tho funeral discourse was Fuller. uung entertained the preached by his pastor, Hew J. Ci. Hruce, Pay no last week. Mr. Herndon The International Sunday cchool SunUower Club Friday evening. assistwl by Klder W. I.. Williams, of the A Card. Our business, vc are daily selling at auction, when Convention holds its next triennial meet are busy threshing their Christian church, a The farmers friend, who I .vm surprised to hear it alleged! that ing in m. 1.0111a the tirst week in frep- wheat. The corn crop Is in excellent con- paid him a loving tribute, aud then the the coincidence of my appearance at tember. The movement to reform the dition. Masonic fraternity, of which he was a points with candidates for other ollices present metnous oi sunday-sehoawarded the in James Dillon has been faithful member, took charge of the is evidence of coalition and u determina-- , struction is expected to take shape in (or painting the new 0rlvy contract and in their impiessive ceremony tion to shoulder other interests than my that time. building. consigned them to tho earth, iu thepresMrs. Mills B. Case, of Medicine Mrs. C. C. Storines leaves thlH week ence of a vast throng of loving friends. own. hiiitnliy absurd is toe cnargo tuat (or Martinsville, I nd., in search of health, "We cherish bis memory here. Wocon- - Mr. Hampton's allusion iu his late card Lodge, kai., who for eight weeks took This is the accompanied by her brother, Mr. Alex sign his body to the tomb. We com- - to Ins deputvslup under me is suggestive the Christian Science treatment for con-o- f my shouldering him. I am certainly 8umption, died at Kansas City. Con- Nave mend his spirit to tho Uod, Who gave alive only in my own race for sberitl. sumption is one disease neither christian A It. Marksbury has receivMrs. H. it." Yours Respectfully. nor medical science can cure, so there ed the news of the death of her undo IN MEMORIAM. S. M. 0 kxp. was no harm done. Mr. John B. Kemper, nt Tallahassee. Don't neglect it, but come and be supplied almost The delegates to tho Christian Enin HIS ( Ht'Klll. Fla. Mr Kemper was born and raised GREEN BRIAR SPRINGS. South some pastor and t41ere of the Hiidtou-vill- e deavor Convention at Montreal from The Oarrard county, but went Presbyterian church, adopted the Kentucky left the city iu disgust when H AXTHI, time ago, where he has been very suctidy and experienced cham- they found that that the quarters selecthorse trading and livery following resolutions in regard to the One neat, cessful in the dentil i .I. B. Cireeu, which met with bermaid. ed (or them were among the scum of the Also two or three dining-roobusiness. girls, who are willing to work iu place, aud in eotno instances among the Mrs. Bobert H. Hughes is visiting full approval of the congregation Wiikueas it hath pleased Almighty ironing room after meal time. Write a', loAent disorderly houses. relatives in ljuisville. Th" M4rerj Bob ertaon, of K'izabethtown, are guests of God in the exercise of sovereign power once, giving age and experience and BARBOURVILLE. MisaKHcnG Owsley. Bob Klkin has ami wisdom to remove from our midst where employed last; also price desired. Mrs. Nancy through death Bro. J. It. Green, thereI). U. Slaughter, Crab Orto Louisville. Address returned Quarterly court is in session lieie Marksbury, Misses Mertio and Pearl fore, by the session of the Hanging Koik chard, Ky. now. Walker, of Perryville, are lieie this week. Presbyterian Church bo it The Ith was not celebrated here A bov recently sent tho following to UEani.vKD, That in tho death of Bro. Mrs. John K Stormes Iuih returned from very extensively except by the colored for publication. Nuho'.ssvllle. Mr. Sam Kvans, of Flori Green this church has lout a member the Maytield Monitor population, most everyone going away a visit to relatives and who-- e consistent unlk and conversation There is a great of horse sense in what da, is here on somewhere to "celebrate." saysAfter the first of July instead of selling goods on 6 months' time we before men was such as to commend the he friends. Mr. John T. Hays, a prominent "Any girl that will let one boy kiss will present our accounts the 1st or 15th of each month, as suits the religion of Christ to all wlui knew Him youngattorney of this place, has been ami to constrain men to glorify their hor will let duother one that wauts to. Bick for several days Officers for the Primary. Our idea is to do a but is now improv- buyer. MonSo with a drunkard after ho takes his Heavenly Father. Tim demociatic committee met ing. Mrs. Curd, of Williamsburg, is s J. That every Christian in tho com tlrst drink he is sure to take his second. day, lOtll.and selectedtho following be munity has loi-- t in Bro. Green a true Tho other day there were two young visiting her daughter, Mrs. Geo. T. but for convenience we extend the to act in the primary election to above time. We propose giving 115 of age; they Bowren, of this place. Mrs. Dr. Burn-sidheld August Mb for the purpose of nom- friend, one whose love for Christ's peo- people about It! or years and two daughters returned from our customers the best goods and guarantee to sell you Hardware, wore what people call sweethearts, aud ple was not bounded by any denominainating a candidate for the Legislature: quite an extended visit to relatives in Groceries, (Juccnswnre, Woodcnware, Tinware, &c, for less money l Brlislit. clerk. tional lines, but whoso great heart took were having a nice time in an innocent -G. Stanford, No. Saturday evening. Hon. than you can buy them anywhere on 6 months' time. Our explanaB. in all who loved the Lord wherever he way, until the boy intruded on their Laucaster B W. Givens, C. K. (ientry, judges, J. tion for making the change is that it takes too much money carry on L. Daw-so- u. found them. bliss by asking her to let him kiss her. John II. Wilson, who came home sick Mershon, shoriiV No. W. During the 18 months we have from Washington some two weeks ago, our business on the 6 months' time. any boy that She consented aud ;5. That tho unconverted of thix comJack Beasley, judges, Richard Denis still improving nicely and will be en- been selling goods our sales have been much larger than we expected munity have lost a sinceio friend, one wants to can kiss her. Girls, don't let ny, clerk; Frank Logan slierM". No. tirely well soon. Mr. Wilson is not tho and we are very grateful for the liberal patronage we have received. Baughmar., judges; who agonized in prayer in their behalf any boy kiss you. If my girl would let Lynn, Smith only Kentucky Congressman who has We are also proud to say that our customers have been the very best . ki;-McRob-erther, I would not have her any and one to whose heart their souls were me Hoadley Sampson. sheriff; H.J. come so near dying with that dreaded people in the land and we are sure we can make it to your interest to more." L. Sbelton, Willis infinitely precious. No. clerk. malaria, of which our National Capital continue with us We will continue to take Country Produce in exclerk, I. That wo tender his disconsolate Baruett, judges; Win. P. Grimes, A cyclone, accompanied by rain, hail seems to bo so full. Mr. Caruth, it will change for goods at the highest market price. Thanking you for past widoA- our heartfelt sympathy in this Wm. Raines, slientl. loss of life be remembered, is just now fully recovfavors, we are Very Respectfully, W . n, hour of her deep sorrow and as a matter and lightning, caused heavy Crab Orchard, No. -l. and property in southern Iowa Thure-da- y ered as well as Congressman Goodknight, BROS. W. 0. Hansford, judges; J. K. Carson, of consolation we point her to the long night. The town of Pomeroy, which who recently sutl'ered the samo war. . and useful life of her husband as an elclerk; U. G. Foley, nVerill. No. '- Jof !KX), was alJ. der iu our church; to the high esteem in contained a population A. Beazley, D. B. Kdmiston, juges; sevMuscular Rhsumalism and Indigestion. sheriff; which he was held by this community; most completely obliterated and in B Gilkereon, clerk; T. M. Estes, Nashville, Tenn., March (i, 1SU5. The eral other villages, as well as in tho ruHustonville, No. I -F- lorence Yowoll, to the love aud allection borne him by ral districts, houses were razed and ma- Stockton Medicine Co., Nashville, Tenn. Gil his Sunday-schoo- l I have had pupila and to the Jim Goode, judges; Jim Cook, clerk; ny people killed and maimed, some esti- Gentlemen: Indigestion Muscular Rheufor a number of matism and N'o. 2- -Je sincerity with which all classes of our Cowan, iiierW. mates putting the number of dea as years and had lost hopes of ever finding Boecher Adams, clerk; people mourn his departure. Frye, judges; hlghastW. J. T. Harahan, formerly any relief, as the most skilled physicians -No. 5. That while wo miss our brother general superintendent of the L. Sc X., had failed iu my case, hut I am happy Tone Huun, sheriff. Giv- and grieve for him and while we recog-nito say your Antiseptic has made a com"Wright, I'M Peyton, judges; Robert barely escaped. sheriff. plete cure, and I do most heartily recthat his zeal and earnestness, true clerk, Sam Bishop, ens, The Cynthiana horse doctor, Frank ommend it to all for Rheumatism and G. Gooch, W . piety and consecration make his place No. -L. Waynesburg, away with and married Indigestion. I will gladly answer all inN,ev stock, styles and shades. Gooch, clerk; hard to till, yet we bow iu resignation Elmer, who ran F. Camden, judges; Sam Mollie West, has been held at Lexing- quiries iu regard to Antiseptic. W. to tho will of Cod, knowing that Ho Yours Kesptfully, W. K Bateman, .'510 Hayden Beynolds, shorill. No. ton in $1,000 bail for bigamy. He is alBroad street. all things well. McCarty. Kdmond Murphy, judges L so accused of stealing a ring from the For sale by A. R. Penny, Druggist, Gooch, slier-il- l (t. That a copy of these resolutions be James Boy, clerk; John W. deserted. Stanford. Baugh, David spread upon the records of tho church, girl he so cruelly deceived and No. : -- Hendewou clerk; a copy presented to Mrs. Green and the Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, Do You Suffer With Rheumatism? Adams, judges; A. A. Crutchlleld, The Glasgow Times man knows how IsTKiuoK Jol'iinai. bo requested to pub sherill. Then it is your own fault, for a few it is myself: "The mail who never pays Jamea Cash, Landrcth's Garden Seed at W. W. Buitk, Pastor. K. It. Gkstkv, Ch'u. bottlea of Stockton's Antiseptic will make promptly will take advantage of the cry lisli the same. a permanent cure. Never fails. Ask A. L. is, Adams, .!. A. CnAi'1'm.r.Seu'y. R. Penny, Stanford, for it. It kills mi- of 'hard times' to stay oil his creditors. J. B. McKisnkv, ; Elders crobes in all parts of the syatem. Bead If times were never so good he would C. C. Vakarsoale, iu the U. S., Of every 10,000 deaths j New Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. our little book. S. G. IIOC'KGB, put them oil' with some other excuse." consumption. 1,420 are from Col. John II. Mciloury, soven-months-ol- d y Frl-il- av ei-tl- n.r Whkhkas in tho providence of (iod. James It. Green, a member of Huston-villLodge No. 181, F. A. M., has been removed from this life, from his family, his many friends ntid his church, therefore bo it resolved 1. That in tholifoofourdecensed brother we recogni.e a character adorned by manly virtues and every christian grace. A character beyond the reach of reproach and untarnished by any suspicion of evil. 2. As Masons it is with unfeigned pleasure we bestow upon his memory tho atlection of fraternal hearts, and in sorrow (or so great a loss, unite in bestowing upon his memory our last tribute of fraternal regard and affection. .'I. In remembrance of the niirn lifn tho memnersof this lodu'e will wear tho usual badgo of mourning for thirty days. 4. That n copy of these resolutions bo spread upon the minutes and a copy furnished his wife of his bosom and a copy furnished tho county paper, the IsTKiiioit Journal, for publication. J. M. Cook, (. M. Givkns, v Committee. L. B. Adams, J MWMMHSlilllfP SMELBYVILLE, KY.-- An Kncllsh and Ctass-.- l (DMMXOTI AW 0LL.EGr JE, y, Hustonvill, Zy. A Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 5th I- TRUNKS! VAOSES TElLESCJOPEi S H. J. McROBERTS. g y repre-etcntatlv- e, lft aa 1ft A to k ! ''f?- .?,"' "'' .. M a tent-meetin- g 'J7-A- ug. s ' r - " I i.i AT AUCTION. I IJk-12)- , ( life-lon- ol J - Goods Are Literally Given Away. Chance of Your Lif c; Without Money & With out Price. STEPHENS & KNOX. Read This and Profit by CASH BTJSI3STESS, it. - olll-cer- e l- 2-- to-d- ay amea H - l- McKINNEY SEASONABLE GOODS. i; ' 2-- A-- 1 o WALL PAPER HLMTINE 4 1 1- do-et- b Carriage and Decorative Faints for Buggies and Household use. Wo Bo MoMOBKBTS, MMir .1 ntninnnniwii' , . a W. ,! ,'Jk- - tt ' m. i I '1 W-- V " t post-master fc 'I II .. i.vif Afa'SMi . PrTf'll I" T ? t ' "i"" M fcWM ' ' III IH WIiiimi j' ij r1 " Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal i n i i IS M terrible storm on Lake Michigan. James McMrllin, aged nearly 117 8TANF0RD, KY., Jl'I.Y 11, 1RH3 years, died suddenly Saturday ovenirtg near Bardwell, Ky. Ho was doubtless the oldest person in Kentucky. W. T. WALTON. At a picnic near Dover's Mill, Sat urday, Albert Lewis was shot and killed Goods, Shoe by William Yandoll, and Charles Lewis is week was shot and painfully wounded by ever Jack Yandell, a feud between the famiof. JFJE&XJDA.IT. lies being the cause of the quarrel. Banks continue to burst, the First Paris is reveling in a social sensation. ing;. National of Hot Springs, S. I) , and the Joseph Howerton, a prominent citizen, Livingston, Mont., National, Arkansas Some uneasiness was occasioned oy who had doubts of his wife's chastity be Stato Bank, at Stuttgart, Aik., and the fore her uiarri.iKe, asked her after family the report that President Cleveland is Farmers' and Traders' of DeWitt, Ark., c; Cloth 7 prayers Friday night if she could lay her suflering from a cancerous affection aud failed Saturday. S 1-of hands on the Bible and look him in the was very ill at Buzzard's Bay, until his Mrs. F. E. Lewis, tiie errant spouse to We Goods eye and say she was a good woman when physician promptly denied that there of the Frankfort Kroner, has returned to he married her. She acknowledged that was more the matter with him than a her lord's bed and board after a six be eho could not, and breaking down, con- lame knee resulting from rheumatism, weeks' jamboree with her husband's of fessed thatshe had been ruined by her which is giving him only temporary clerk in Madison, Ind. The grocer took be closed We o5c, In this connection it brother-in-laJames Kerr, when she inconvenience. her back and protuieed to ask no quesof place to say that it is 15c. was IS and had kept up illicit relations may not be out tions. with him up to a short time before her also rumored that an event is about to of Paducah, heard Allen Jorgenson, marriage. Like a good man, Mr. How- occur in the Cleveland household in a noise in his room and fired his pistol erton did not go gunning for Kerr, but which the whole country will be inter- twice in the direction from whence it took it to the Lord in prayer and also ested. it came. On lighting the gas he was surconsulted Revs. Blanton and Rutherford, Tiikrk is one man at least who made prised to see a negro burglar breathing be 5c, who advised him to put her away, tho' a good record in the late Legislature and his last from the efi'ects of a pistol wound A ele- of they asked him no questions as to his that is Hon. Anthony J. Carroll, before in the forehead. marriage. Mr. jVeaUse Tuh.iv.1i. iiw.vp. own goodness before his While three sisters, the Misses Cunhis election and since his return from 7. (in in. f.Ji.i.v snln. fit. kOo rt.inl. Kerr deuounces the whole thing as one Frank foit, city editor of the Louisville ningham, of Cambridge, O.. were being inJr7 ft. A rTrn n.Ttrl linttn.. of blackmail and says he was told that Times. His constituency is so proud of buried, another died and the fifth was at go for 110,000 in hand paid the matter his record that he will likely be returned the point of death. The disease that would be hushed up. Opinions diller as to the General Assembly without oppo- caused their sudden deaths was black to the charge, both sides having their sition. He will probably be a candidate measles and many others have died of itl champions, but it is said that Mrs. for epeaker and if merit counts for any in the same vicinity. brothers side with her and are thing he ought also to be given a walk The banks of the State are preparing disposed to make it torrid for Mr. Kerr, to resist the provision of the new revenover for that. Ovr and the result is looked for with some be ue law, which authorizes cities and conn to of the counwe interest, both in and out " ever. you, The Christian Kndeavorites will en- ties to levy an additional tax, over and ty. to deavor to hold their conventions hereaf- above the State tax, of 12c. They will we A. CO. The death of Associate Justice Blatch-for- ter in some other country than Canada. carry the fight to the United .Mates Mi- which occurred at Newport, X. J., The devil seemed to persue the mem- preme Court, it is said, if necessary. : Friday, gives Mr. Cleveland another bers from the start. Kentucky dele Win. Brosius, of Pottetown, Pa., has chance to appoint a member of the Su- gates were consigned to houses of ill for several years worn a glass eye. It preme Court and it is said that he will fame for homes and at the cloee of the gave him no trouble till the other night, The Kansas wheat crop is a comparPhelps or Sec- meeting Sunday night a mob of l',000 when from no apparent cause it explodname either buildative failure. It is estimated at '.'.'.Ol.-0(H- ) retary of State Greaham. Judge Blatch- - French Catholics surrounded the THK HKST PLACE TO UVY ed, the sharp edges of the broken glass bushels, a falling olfof over .'jO.OOO- ,ford was appointed circuit judge in a ing and only tho presence of police and cutting the socket and causing a hemorl.tut vimr fr. 1. l...1 New York district by President Johnson militiamen prevented a serious riot. rhage, from the ellects of which he will (Ml UlinilCiailuiii mi. ;i.".shipped from Friday there were in 1SS and in 1SS2 President Arthur There has never been so many bank die. i.nnUvlllo tiv the L. A N. to Cincinnati i promoted him to a vacancy on the SuTrailed by a bloodhound, captured 1S57 as at present. The barrels of Irish potatoes, the lmg preme bench. His death recalls to the failures since in Missouri and identified by the fisher ti.siS t then was very different from now. ..s omjiiivf. iiver- made in one day. vow oiiinmat't Louisville Times the fact that only oue man who ferried him from the Kentucky a field fell to a heavy U'nn.U tin eonerted i.' justice is on the bench as it was consti- Then the bank notes thelMississippi river, Cfias. many instances becoming entire- .shore across "Glass-eatinof wheat, containing '0 acres, into a pas1G years ago, when the Electoral tuted Joe," the ne, Miller, alias Now when a National hia mules. He thinks there is All new stock and latest designs. Commission decided the contest between ly worthless. gro accused of ravishing and murdering ture for the government holding security money in feeding than 'in selling Tilden and Hayes, and but two have of Farmer Raj', more for their re- the two young daughters wheat at the present low price. served longer than Justice Blatchford, for its notes is responsible of Carlisle county, was returned to Barddemption, matting the paper of a burst-e- d J. H. Baughman & Co., of the New who had been on the bench 11 yeais at suspension, well and burned at the stake. Mills, have bought ,00U bank as good as before its the time of his demise. and pro- Stanford Roller , The Guelphs are good as gold. in fact as bushels of wheat from ttie shock ai .ss-- , lific breeders. At the marriage last week There must be some mistake about but say they cannot give that price in The newspaper business is as much of the third in the living line of success- the future, except for grain that has been the late unlamented Legislature liAvim: ion, Queen Victoria led the wedding been a worthless body. Nearly every lo- neglected in China as it is overdone in stacked. Em- procession into the Chapel Royal, while cat cal paper we pick up tells of the return theso United States. The Celestial A dispatch from tho Cincinnati pire is credited with 100,000,000 inhabi- among the bridesmaids were four i.ood cattle w ith a sort of "Ix the said of its member, yesterday Victoria, all of them her descend- tie market "week's prices, good shippers hero comes'' adulation, that pre- tants and with but 21 newspapers, 10 of sold at last ants. The House of Brunswick is iu no cludes the conviction that there were which are daily, the others appearing at good butcla r stutl trong. hogs strong j In, danger of falling for lack of issue. Louany bad men in the last General Assem- long intervals. The pig tails are not a at last week's prices, tops at r, lambs isville Times. bly. Perhaps they may be individually reading people lik the 'Melicui men. tops at 0 1"). From figures compiled by the Man- dull; good, but as an aggregation and collec A mare has just died at MUIersburg, Thk attendance at the Worlds Fair ufacturers' Record it is estimated that tively speaking, it did not even come up whoso authenticated ago was It. OF KVKRY DESCRIPTION on Sundays is so light that those who not less than lVi,000,000 will be disburs O , ., i ... i to the iliscription of Tobe Grider's show. mc ... i tit.. advocated the opening on that day are ed in interest and dividends by South- years, .i mourns ami ti jn. and uKc at :W produced a foal In reading our exchanges with reference greatly disappointed. Perhaps after all 20 Call nnd-icern railroads, banks and other corpora- of years she Lv-r- y them before buying. thing m the groccty line to certain members we are forced to gave birth to twins. At the age of 15 years it is best to ohsrve one day in seven tions during this month. Nearly all of for sale cheap. ejaculate, ''Lord, how this world, and she was again bred and appeared to be in and keep it holy. this money will go into circulation in especially some newspapers, are given to the South and its etlect will be very ben- foal. lying!" NEWSY NOTES. Tom Yeager drove Drui Mack an I eficial to tho general business and finan fix 0 15 Friday and be says he believes Aitointmknt to government office has O. N. Cogar's large warehouse at cial situation. gone the mile at the same wife and four he could have spoiled two gooJ editois and caused Ilarrodshurg burned; insured for Ed. S. Krieder, 2:fi He is certainly a great horse them to oiler their papers for sale. Mr. daughters of Devil's Lake. N. D., were Yeager is going to rake in lucre Cut-Pri- ce J. R. Marrs wants to dispose of the Rec brutally murdered at their home by Al- and Mr. miIt would require 12,000 cholera with him when the trots begin in this at Lancaster, aud Mr. T. crobes to form a procession an inch bert Baumberger, a nephew, who comYeager's other trotters aie H. Fox oilers the Junction City Times long. mitted tliB horrible crime in order to sectioti. Mr. On goods in every department will bejin this week at well. all doing for sale. A great many people would The treasury department has decid- rob the house. Heshot all but the eld0. A. King Co., of Toledo. Ohio, buy newspapers if they had the money, ed that the tomato is a vegetable and not est daughter, whom he made cook his have received crop reports within the but when they discover that it takes a a fruit. breakfast, and theu taking her to tbo reliable gram 2.0.51 good deal to purchase a paper and have barn bound her hand and foot and cfter oast four davs from ShaMore than 11,000 Chinamen at covering every see nice line 01 ests win ue placed on sale the price of one named to them they are king and Woole were drowned by the beating her brains out, skipped the dealers and millers, at :oc. worth 15 Hon of the principal winter wheat States a,ltj oc; nicer quality at a little advance. apt to respond like the man who had a overllowing of the Weiling. All brand-- , of rni.v..c country. will furnish about saw mill offered him for a certain sum: atSC Masonville and Lonsd.de Cottons The Spanish cat avals completed and find that they best io--.j Uleachcd The Somerset Reporter says the disbushels this year as against Sheeting 22c. We have also received a new lot "If I had that much money, what in the tillery of G. J. Marcum, at Mill Springs, their long journey Saturday and were of Millinery and can Do-i'- t open your eyes on prices. 'ell would I want'with a saw mill?" fail to get a pair of those sample given an enthusiastic welcome upon j:!0,000,000 bushels iu last. was entirely consumed by tire. esterday was a dull day generally Shoes at cost before tt is too late. We will continue to give our cusAccording to Edward Atkinson, tho their arrival in the harbor of the World's A judge at Asbury Park, N. J., grantand no cattle were otlered. The crowd tomers a handsome Crayon Portrait with every the trade of the Fair. One hundred thousand people Sio's worth of eoods ed an injuntion against the Ua..le Dazusual and those Ask for a were gathered along the lake shore and was much smaller than card. lOO.OtX),-00zle Co., restraining it from singing "An- United Mates aggregates daily i day sitting in on the piers to greet them, and their of- who were here spent the nie Rooney," "The Man in the Moon" shade talking harvest aud wheat revenues of the government fo'r ficers were escorted to the reception the and "ThelMan That Broke the Bank at crop. Several plug horses, changed stand by an imposing array of military Monte Carlo." The cottagers complain- the fiscal year ending June "0th were Sos and three mules sold ?.N3,000,000 aud the expenditures about representatives from the various nations. bauds at ;22 to ed that the constant rendition of these .I'OR. welcom-- at f SO each. A bunch of Iambs orouglil Senator Sherman delivered the ?:1S.'51000,0(0. Bongs had nearly driven them cra.y. The $5 Miami a few hogs sold at ri The ing address. Guy de Maupassant, the distinguishjuJge is receiving the highest enconi-urn- s latter sales were made privately. ed French romancist of the naturalistic from press and people all over the FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. died at Paris. He had been inTo the Democrats of Lincoln County. land, who hope that many more such school, sane for some time. John Martin sold to Boone Bros. 10 Pleaso don't pledge yourselves to the jiifat and considerate judges may rise up The kitchen of the governor's man- lambs at $" 75. two gentlemen who are running lo rep-for the public to call them Sam K. Dudderar sold a mule to A. resent us in the Legislature. sion at Frankfort burned, but the govWe will blessed. ernor still manages to forage around and C. Hobinson for $i:!0. who is in have a man out in a few days Hanuinc. and burning are both fearful get something to eat. John Heck sold to Myers, of Casey, favor of free turnpikes. He will be a j to contemplate, but it seems that some South Carolina's curious Honor law a bunch of fat cattle at 3Jr. good democrat. such awful punishments are nectssary has been pronounced unconstitutional Will Matheuy sold to George Swope hogs at Oc. to deter negro beasts from enmes against j by one of her circuit judges, who doesu't a hunch of .TO.... .. :ni.n i... ,.. i. i.:..i. i... w.. women. 1 he law a vengeance seems to ilium nit; .Litiu uu;iit iu fru iiiiu uiu oa- T. .1. Carson has purchased the Dix- have no etlect on them; perhaps the ex- - loon business iana farm of 2"0 acres near Lexington for, . t 11 rr ample of the Bardwell mob may. The J2.j,2". ai rort wortn, Texas, A N I) LINCOLN COU N'l Y II. M. Page, of the Merchants' Nacrime was a most atrocious one. Death Yeager A Yeager bought of M. S. in any form and in the most summary tional Bank, was shot aud severely Ilaughman a couple of livery horses for 'I hauling you lor your liberal palromgo fur I it iontiniinrf Orders for Hrtad by Mail or Telegraph Promptly rfMim-last S0Aon, I manner was small atonement for the wounded by Cashier Smith. Ihu trou- S2.-Attended to Ad ilurliiK moii. liuWtd I iiiv.t jH lu (lfc'as- rape and murder of two innocent young ble grew out of the affairs of the bank. K. ZIMMKK, Stanford, Ky. Don't miss the ?P00 saddle stallion uie tho Kirls. Some statistician has figured that purse on the fust day of the Fair, Thursmore suicides occur in June and fewer day, July 27. MANUFACTURE!) ICK, I) (AMTtfLL. That man never is but always to be r ' ai sun; Ilaughman Bros, sold to Green blest is again demonstrated by the suit in December than any month in the l.y . It Fer He also says that more marrirges Woodcock 12 lambs that averaged 72 lbs rr'ns; Hrt,Ice i it absolutely jwl of a Nebraska man against his wife for year brcuiid, Uie doeo not play the occur in the former month than any at .11 c Advocate. pure, bcln; niai'e fr iu timus wattr, divorce, because she ihemlcilly which ii first distilled and then carefully filtered Alfred Haley sold to Hohnan A: other. piano. Evidently this one doesn't before bellitf ffnicli. 'I luril, Artituial Ice mil lail cattle at "c anil much longer than pond I f Fourth, an epidemic daughter, Miss u lot of Gen. Robert E. Lee's he is well off. Most of us would s and of cholera u looked lor during the consider the playing of the average wo- Mary Curtis Lee, spends very little timo to l'rewitt it Wood a lot of same at same i" " "P' IO produce or spread liil ducir as Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset st.; willbe impure water or Ice. Kifth.it man on the piano a much better grounds in America. She has already made the price. warcroom paint and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work-- built journey round the world twice, and is James II. Hoggs gathered from an Delivered Regularlyand Punctu-al- l for divorce. tn nrri,.! just now starting again for Cairo, Egypt. onion bed 'Jx'Jl feet, 12$ bushels of your Doors Tux best time for the young ladies tu The total production of silver in the audi J bushels of sets. Richmond Kicry morning at the following I'riccs go to the World's Fair is during the ten world during the last year was placed at Climax. oc per hundred days beginning Aug. 7. The entire corps H."i,000,000 ounces troy, of which the A' specialty. TSign Work, artistic and plain. -- a We At Washington Park, Chicago, the For too pounds or ovtr 45c P" hundred. For 50 pounds to 100 guarantee of UOS, West Point Cadets will he in camp United States produced K),000,000 ounc World's Pair Stakes, worth $20,000 to the work to give satisfaction. 50c per hundred For 10 to 50 pounds. A share of patronage solicited. aud there will he biass but- es, of upward of II per cent, of the whole winner, was won by Foxhnll Keene'a there then No lesslhan 10 poundsidclivered. E. JillhMKH. tons and flirting galore. ,0 CAMl'UKLL & AUSTIN, Stanford, amount. colt, Kl Telegrapho. 6 OR 8 PAGES. EVERY general, Mr. Thk asistant Maxwell, is not the gentleman we took him to be. He doesn't seem to know "where he is at," or what he is there for. His record for the tirst four mouths in beheading republican post imsters is just 1.201 behind Clarkson's figures in beheading democratic incumbents. We are ashamed of you, Mr. Maxwell. And to be plainer, we are disgusted witli you. (jet a move on you, old siotnmi, or get thee hence and let some better democrat with more regard for the proprieties, take the place you seem incapable of fill- Several vessels were capsized and a number of people lost their lives in a CHANCE OF heard 1 LIFE TIME. at lr2c, worth 12 a at 5c; India Linens and all l-2- The most perfect demoralizatisn of Dry prices Clothing and ever known. Right ahead of you the beginning of a the Greatest of Bargain Sale other Dry reduced half their former prices. also put in this sale our line of Lace Curtains, which will sold atfdOc, 75c and $1 per pair, ivortn aouuie the money, we nave all sfiaaes Surah and figured China Silks, which will out at worth 75c will put in this sale fifty dozen Ladies' Jests at 5c, worth 10c and Our full line The handsome line of Siunmer Dress icbline Chnllies worth and 10c, oe GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS andl.tO, Jsl will also put m this slaughter sale. Handkerchiefs at wor th double the money. full line Outing Shirts at 25c, worth 50c, and our sunt line of oiirts with laundered collars and. r.ufta. ...., sold at S1.2$ at 7jc. Jiem ember the priceson our nut A.,.,l ..... How-erton- 's Men's, Boys' and Children's Shoes, Are cut in half. cheaper than will guarantee d, THE LOUISVILLE STORE. f.n w- Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing will sold Alt ask is call on us before buy elsewhere and save yon money, CUBA ASK Y $ er el-fe- et in 1 Wall A. Paper ! g bank-fails- long-live- d R. PENNY. 1'riti-cee- ses con-(juerin- g I BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, THE BEST MADE. j 1 j WATER : COOLERS, c - ..- 1 1 t FARRIS & HARDIN. : i 51,-0- 00 A : Great : Sale The Cash Bargain Store to-day - I - S',., I scientist-statisticia- n, : --- B. F. JONES & SON. 1 l I Fancy EfroceriesrBread, Cakes, Piss Candies, Lunches,Fryits, &c, -- I long-BiilIeri- 1 J 100-poun- CALLONR.ZIMMER THE BAKER. n i I . The People of Stanford tripi-ctfull- A Good Meal II for 25 Cts. 0. ihucK-nuii- j Iht-M- iim-l- know-whe- n Mc-Clu- re NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, CAMPBELL & AUSTIN", Fro'rs. 700-poun- d roth-in- p . on-ior- iB t House Painting and Paper Hanging Ky . .I 1 ". - ?. 1) faty.' to u . 4 f Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal -- Mies i Nkli.ik Slavmakku 'has been quite ill. Per-kins, Misskn Nannie 1'erkinh and Martha Gooch, of Waynesburg, and Lizzie STANFORD, Ky., JUI.Vll , 18915 of Somerset, are guests of Mrs. William Matheny. Miia. IJ. W. Gainks was called to Lan K. C. Walton, business Manager caster .Sunday by tho illness of her daughter, Mrs. II. M. Ballon, who is PERSONAL POINTS. very ill, but was reported somo better Ghekn Ih clerking (or HuhuB last night. Ciimilik & Tate. CITY AND VICINITY. Mosi: Cook, of Huetonville, is viaUiiiK his sisters liure. Hkmkmiikii the Fair ilnte Jul '11 and Lick T. Stkwaut, of Kockcastlt', was in town Saturday. (iKoiuiK I). Kllis Ih visiting his father Takk your repairs to I Units, the Jeweler, at Ijiwrcncehurg, Mim Hiioda Ll'nckiohh went to Cum Thy the SO days system. McKinney herland Falls yesterday. Bros. Miss Majiik I'k kktt, of Shelby, is the guest of Mies Anne Shanks. Hindkii twine for sale cheap. J. H. Baughman. U. I.kk Dams is teaching school at Valley View, Jessamine county. Uocg salt, 50 cent per hundred at J. .Mits. J. W. Sau.kk, ofllarroilrthurk', is K. VanAradalo's. visiting her brother, .Mr. S. M. Owens. Skk McKinney Hros'. ad. They want Miw. M. I). Klmokk and Miss Nannie Marrs nro visiting relatives in Campbells to save you some money. Diis. Uiiows and Lovell, of Mt. WiiiTK.Sewiug Machine, good as new Catyen-tenru the uueatsof Dr. J. U. for sale. Apply at this otlice. Ver-non, Oin friend Farris F. Sandidge, nt flint John Carrier, of the Shelton Houee, West Kml. is reioicing over the advent Rowland, has opened a restaurant at Cor- bin. of a fino boy. The candidates, whose name is legion, Da, Steki.k Baii.ey announces that the Central Kentucky formed about tho largest portion of the next meeting of the .Medical Association will be at liar- - crowd that attended court yesterday, and they worked manfully. Their arms rodsburg on tho Kith. .- . ,, 3 So every one says, but there is no reason why 1 Ot'n young friend Joe Kmbry rejoices over tho arrival of a bouncing baby boy. He arrived Thursday night and tips the beam at nearly tl pounds. M Lkiiitnino struck and killed two tine brood mares belonging to John Hoot, of tho West Find, during the storm Thurs day evening. m must be as sore from handshaking as the poor unfortunates' who came within their vision yesterday. to-d- ay You : Should ta Wr, w : Suffer, J Your account at Yeager V Yeager's is The various privileges of the Fair, s, which include dining rooms, lemonade stands, horse feeding and hitching and parcel-roowill be sold at public auction at 2 i. m, Wednes. day, July ly, ;. For particulars write to IC. C. Walton, Sec'y, Stanford, Ky. lunch-stand- When we have a large stock of Dimities, Irish and other Lawns and a complete line of Linens and Nansooks, Fans and other RTTWl!flnefc Wy yjj SSS xi ' i! - r. .nor. W. (1. Lackky spent several V X Tiik installation of the newly elected Miss Lizzie Myers has opened up Dress Making over our store and ollicers of the Knights of Maccabees will Some II KN. Mr. Reuben Williams has Or Intkrkstto a Multitidk. I'nder take place Wednesday night and every a new regulation of the internal revenue a Leghorn pullet which was hatched last invites her friends to give her a call. member is earnestly solicited to be pros-cu- department persons seeking positions os November that has laid 51 eggs and has Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you - never shown an inclination to Bet. Last money. storekeepers, gangers and storekeeperr2rVe are opening up a splendid line of Millinery. Wa.stkii. An experienced male teach- gangers are required to address their Saturday she performed the unusual feat applications to the collector instead of to of laying two eggs; at least Mr. Williams er for the principalwhip of the Crab Orc& . chard public school. The school usual- the secretary of tho treasury, as hereto-fo.e- vouches to that effect, and we have nevThey are also required to accom- er known him to tell a lie. Another ly enrolls HKJ to l'ii pupils. Address at point in this nonderful hen is once 1!. II llrouaiigh, W. K. Pcrkim or pany their applications with testimonials as to their sobriety, iifdustiy and bus that she never cackles, even after laying Geergu Lee James, Crab Orcbrrd. Richmond Regis- two i'ggpf but goes about herbusineesand in ess iualltli'Htious Tiik young people "stoiuit'tl" Misses ter. makes no fuss about it. Maud ami JcHnitt Welsh Friday night Wkkhb.- - If the property holders have The governor having signed the eduand spent a most cnjovable evening. Dellxes the first eh not snllicient pride to keep tho pavelightful refreshments were served at the cational bill, which for school superintendents for next ments in front of tliem free of weeds, proper hour and it was far into tin: night when the merry young folks got their November, Mr. W. F. McClary, who has the city fathers ought to take the matter tilled the olhce sn acceptably in this iu hand. Some pavements on Main street consent to leave the ho'pitaMo home. county, announces himself a candidate are so overgrown with grass and wordNo man who bos ever as to make it very unpleasant to walk Ah a big drawing card the I. H. F. for Society of Paris announced on its bills held the position has given it so much on them after a dew or rain. Strangers advertising an excursion to Frankfort: time and attention as Mr. McClary. He coming to town will set us down at once "The peuKUiitiiirv will bo open for all has in fact made hiuisell almost indis- as a careless, sleepy community, with visitors who desire to see theii relatives pensable and we take it lie will be grant- not enough city pride to take nway the ami friends." Of course dead load of ed a walk over for the democratic nomi- rural aspect that the weeds give. Let the weeds be dug up, root and stem. colored "geninitn" took advantage of nation. Grass grown streets, electric lights and to visit their kinsfolk. the occasion While a guard had the prisoners sendo not comport. l Jim IIousk, who has been out tenced to work out liucB in Jailer Ow ens' water works Tiik merchants of NicholasvilU have years, arrived Sunday to visit for several corn Hold the other day, three negro Not Gin.rv. Sometime ago it was his parents, Mr. Hiid Mm. Thomas comhiued into an alliance otleruuve and boys, who claim to be from South Caro charged that Prof. W. I). Tardiff, princidefensive to sell no goods 111 future exI ion he. liua, made their escape. John Newland pal of the colored school here, was the That M11.AlKii.ru I'l.Atr, the clever s.d sinan cept for the cash or its equivalent. was at once put on their track and soon father of the illegitimate child of one of way all liusineas should be conATat'.lho Ixmisvillo Store, will leave today is the succeeded in getting them back into the his pupils. As soon as the report got to tay of ft ducted, hut alas' these Hurries to adopt lock-ufor Heck Castle p rings for. where Mr. Owens administered his ears he demanded an investigation the cash system come immediately after week or ho. a dose to each that they will not soon for- and a committee of women was appoint Litti.kNh.iik, daughter of Mr. and the semiannual settling lime and don't get. Their excuse for leaving was that ed to to see the girl. She stated on oath long cnoiivh to be recorded. Mrs. W. II. McKoberts, conliuiies very last it was too hot to work. Two guards, that he was not the father of her child, ill imd the doctors say the chances are preThirty riK would be teachers one armed with pistols ami tho other but on the contiary, the professor had against her recovery. for examination Fri with a gun, now escoit the gang when it always given her good advice. Supt. W. sented themselves Mil. Ciias. K. 1)i:lo7U it, who has been day, most of them ladies, and pretty leaves the jail. F. McClary was perfectly satisfied with mail messenger on this division for some ones at that. The preparation of the 100 the proof, as were the board of ti ustees No Snow. The committee appointed one ami giving answers required nearly two days and it time, Is proving a ", and Tarditl whb honorably acquitted. President M. 11. Smith with general satisfaction. will bo a week before those who are en- conler with The professor will take legal steps against Col ami Mus. T, 1'. Hill, Mr and titled to certificates will be announced. reference to a return of the L. A N. those who so maliciously attempted to Mm. V. M. Ijickev and Messrs. M. C. Profs J. ti. Denny and C. II. Holine.- - shops, Ac., to Rowland and the continu- ruin his reputation. Saulley and It. C. Warren have gone to aie the examiners. Supt. W. F. McCla- ance of it as a terminal point, went to gentleman Friday and had a The oratorical contest at the hexing Russell Springs to spend spine time. ry says he never saw a quletei, better see that Ki.lkn G. Uuhi.kv, one of the behaved lot of people together than the free and full conversation with him and ton Chautauqua was won by J. L. Yc Miss mostlbeantifiil of Kentuiky's beautiful .Ti who spent a couple of days with Superintendent J. G. Metcalfe. They Williams, of Louisville, who represented were frankly told that there was no pros- Centre College. women, passed through to Lancaster Fri- him. pect of return to Rowland, as it was pretty friends, t day, accompanied hv her In the county court yesterday the will largely to the interest of thu company to Hob'ertson, of Klixubethtown. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. the Misses arrangWednes- of F. 1. Hiipmau was admitted to pro- have the terminal points as now Miss Louisk Baii.Ki leaves It bequeaths ?l,lXk) to his sister, ed. A small force would bo kept at day for Chicago and the World's Fair. bate. Mrs. Sophia U.igby, ami the remainder Rowland, hut it would never again be She will go with Mrs Helen Ilullnian tlie place it had been. Mr. Smith was of his eslute to his wife. W. D. We.ith-erfordrrp hae at my pUce a u Hay Mate with small and Miss Mellio Hopper, whom she will nunc tool mialilied as administrator. The heartily in favor of the establishment of Mur hiiu kit Innu Uwuct tine, gnoii her iiy.tnu i.iu, WE 11 AVE FOR SALE high paving Junction City. cin get join at ,', luiult It II CROW .; will of John M. McRobeits, Sr. was also industries here and promised to assist iu inarge It. K. lllui.uivs, of Lancaster, parsed Liberal freigh1 provides that his estate every way possible. through yesterday on hiH way homo probated. It rates would be made to such enterprises, shall be divided into 10 equal parts, i : from Uuisville, where he had been to The simplest binder made. bu adjusted to who will visit friends in the following persons each getting a but they would have to take his wife, o said All person having cl.iims auaintt the etate ol tenth, Mrs. W. M. lliggins, W. II. Dig individual cases. Mr. Smith that city for govern, weeks. J A. I. ytle will present thfiii properly proven to gins, Mrs. G. D. Hopper, Mrs. J. M that whot Staufoid and Rowland now me for etltemcnt Those indebted to sanl estate Orch-nrd- , Mits. Ki.ia Sasdiduk, of Crab and settle Van-oCoaklev, Mrs. Kate Kgbeit, Mrs. Mollio consider .1 calamity might in the end will iilu R S. I.YI'I K, A.lmr. is visiting her brother, Mr. C. Or two horse binder. Deering Mower and Deering Kinder Twine. could have fact that this Caldwell, Miss Sallie McRoberts, Will prove the best thing that Notwithstanding the Call on us for a beautifully illustrated catalogue, "Triumphs and John A. liiggins, and happened to them, and cited the experibrother and sister live only 1'J miles McRoberts each to Mrs. Annie Mil- ence of North Vernon, I ml., as illustra19th Century," describing Chicago, the World's Fair, and the big apart this is their first meeting in seven a twentieth Maggie James. Deering works; also a lot of neat memorandum books. It will be to stable I Mrs. John O'Neal, a1, mile adKiom the If any tive. Tlie company found it to its ler and Mrs. from 'tanfonl on tho Hustutivillo pUe, on night years. of every farmer who needs machines to see us before buy of these should attempt to break the vantage to remove its Bhops ami termin- ol July ist.a.vyear old Hay Horse, about ij'2 the interest well heavy mane and tall A Ni'MiiKii from hero attended the We will always be found at the office ol the Stanford al point from there. The calamity howl- liatiilsa high, practice would saddle ditto Any and ing elsewhere. go to the inwell with lltllo hop Friday night and all will thou his share is to part in the ellort. ers were inconsolable, but the more formation U'Hitin; to the recovery of the hor will Roller Mills. rest who do not take be liberally rewarded had n delightful time. Jim Shelby is ,, courageous went to work toestublish facHOWARD I) MAVIS mine host and it is not A gold watch belonging to his second making a capital Ver-iwife is given to Mrs. Stella Lapsley and tories uud succeeded. Today N. W. II. 1 1 AYS, Assistant. his fault if any go away feeling that it ouo of tho most prosperous towns in at her death to succeeding gonerationo. -:- was not good to have been there. The sum of SIMM is set aside for the edu- the State, and all because the people Miss Mahy Ci.ay Tiiomison, of Louis cation of Maggie, daughter of Joseph have learned to rely on their own reKng'iOi aiutCjsKnl I r n alss and ville, arrived Sunday to visit relatives disources and not on thu railroads. It has with her coubui, Miss MoRobertH, the residue, if any, to bo : : Kentucky. andis at present among, the 10 heira named; John been our idea all along that Stanford has ' Mnttie Rochester, Sho baa entirely re- vided Sept 5th, i.3 The couric cms N A. McRoborta, having been fully pro- too many natural advantages to droop und teaching thorough, th buildings ind grounds covered from her severe accident of ladiei vided for, will receive no further Bum and die because of tho large reduction of (eautttul and rate reasonable. Youngbo.irded ago and is if possible; more tonrdedin the Colleije; oung gentlemen from tho estato. Mr. W. II. Higgtns is force at Rowland. Our moneyed citi- In the town For futthfr particulars address the beautiful than over. Milton i'.i.moit. named an executor without security and zens have it in their power to make .wient, Mu. M. T. Wibk, State Manairer of the Mr. Jas. B. Stanford bloom like n green bay tree by qualified yesterday. ho Singer Sewing Machine Co., was heru Ii Receiving His will, which, was also admitted investing at home instead of putting DR. W. 13. see the local man, Mr. J. Green's last week to to prolute, gives all of hia property to their money in Western banks, where : : : V. Perren. Ho paid Mr. 1'erren Mrs. Mary R. Green, who is al- moth and rust do consume and where compliment by saying that his hia wife, so named as executor and qualilled ac- thieving directors break through and Office South side Main strret, in office recc Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give"xne call. inialncM was in better Bhape than that cordingly. itcat'd by lit. L. K Huffman, Stanford, Ky. eteal employ. of any nceut iu tho Co.'s 1 -- days at the Lexington Chautnuquii last week. Mies Mollik WiutiiiT, of the West End, is visiting her Bister, Mrs. I W. Green. Mil, ami Miw. J. C. Hays are hack 'rom a two weeks' visit to friends in Garrard. Misses A lkk Hour and Chloe West, of Garrard, are guests of Mrs. Dr. W. It. O'Uanuon. Mk. Andkkw Joiiwon has gone to Day's Cieek, Perry county, to taku charge of n school. Lou a.n WuTKiii'itaii is taking a 15 day layotland is sjiending it with his parents at l'ark6ville. Mkb. M. iri'KKBUMAN and daughter, Miss Virginia, of Cincinnati, are viaititikC Mr. and Mrs. A C. Muis ninl Mids Lcsh Mus. II. K.Tuammki Stegar, of Crab Orchanl, have- been the guests of Miss Sudie Kllis. Mks. Jkn.mil Dr.s.v mus taken suddenly very ill Saturday, but had improved some- when we went to prees. Miis. Susan Wahiii n and Mis Mary llnu-are spending the week at Mr. L. T. Yeager's, In Htiyle county. Minsta L111.IK I'ktun and Annie of Stanford, are visiting Mrs. A. K. GihlKinr). Danville Advixate, Mk. J. IC 1'oKtma.n went over Sunday to see his wife, who is attending the Conservatory of Music, Cincinnati. M iw. M. Salin.kr rami up with the old man Saturday and they are the guests of Mr and Mrs. T. D. Katiey. Mus. AMB Jamui ami Miss Hetliu Wearen went to Lexington Friday to attend the tiiittutathiuu and visit fiientls. Mus. Jt i.ia I. Di s.n went up to Hull- mond yestitrdsy to upend a couple ol weeks with the friends of her old home Mu. S. F. Ykai.kii, agent of the Kenveiled Inn tucky L' inn at wuains.T. C. and J. II. Vigur, y enter-dal, Yoi'R account is due. Please call and settle it at once. A. A. Warren. FokSai.k. Cooper. A Will K'll cheap. handsome folding bed. Apply to Mrs. G . H. Youk account is ripe, ready and waiting. Please rail and settle. W. H. Wear-eA Co. n J. M. Durham Iihs been appointed pont master at Mlddleburg, vice J. C. Dye, resigned. to get Pi.aik your orders for coal now so as the benellt of the low summer II iggius & rates. Watts. annual settling time. Please do me the favor to pay your account. I need the money. H. C. IJupley. It is semi due and ready and they ask that you do John Rout, of the West End, was Articles for ladies, while for the men we have a good stock of Luster not defer longer the payment of it, but down yesterday with his little son, Joe and other Summer Coats, all of which we offer at settle at once. Will, who was recently bitten by a dog. The wound was a very slight one, but Fkkk exhibition this week of the peculiar action of the dog led Mr, souvenir spoons belonging to the many the Rout to fear he was mad. The madstone ladles of this vicinity. Danks, the jewowned by Mr. Lewis Dudderar, deceas eler, invites yon to call and Bee them. ed, was applied to the wound, but as it This office has just gotten out a neat did not adhere, Mr. Rout went home Also Ladies' and Gents' Summer little catalogue for President J. 31. Hub feeling much easier than when he came. bard, oPthe Stanford Female College, Stephens & Knox have moved their which is greatly admired for its size, goods from Ilowland to the atore-rooshape and conciseness. formerly occupied by B. K. Wearen, opFour years ao Cope and Doolin kill posite the Coffey House, They will disOf high and low grades, eil young Watson, son of tho sherilJ", at a pose of their old stock at auction and in religious gathering in Pulaski, near the other wayB and afterward will open out Lincoln county line. Since then there a brand new stock. Their motto is have been three mistrials, but a jury "quick Bales and small profits," and if was at last found that was willing to give they continue to carry it out the other them nt least partial justice. They were merchants here will have to hump themGEORGE B. PREWITT. tried again last week at Somerset and selves or get left. II. II. KING. given U and HJ years respectively Hai.k's Well, though not now open Mr. J. M. Johnson is announced in to (he public, is still a resort for hunthis issue as a candidate for assessor. He dreds oLthoao who have faith in its exMOREL AND, KY., has had a good deal of experience in the cellent water, who drive out and spend We have opened up a nice line ol office, having been deputy under more the day with their families, those gaththan one assessor and having also been ering there often making merry picnic deputy sheriif, which otlice he now parties. Mr. Samuel Spoonamore, one holds, ho is fully apprised us to the val- of its owners, is contemplating opening up the hotel shortly and a number of ue of the property. He is besides an good man, who needs tho emol- cottages have been spoken for. He says We paid spot cash for thesc'goods bought them where wc could get uments of the otlice, which he asks the if he takes charge he will run it as it was the most for the least money. Hardware was bought in car load lots, never before run, democracy to give him. which enables us to make very low prices. Salt bu. Si. 70. LOW. : PRICES. m UIBE1WEA1 HUGHES & TATE. KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Dry Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, t. KING PBEWITt of Elegant ITew Stock - I 11 -- y. W-t- Rugs, Carpets, Mattings -- 1 p, Severance & Son - - 11 ESTRA"S d I 1 The Deering Improved Administrator's . Noljcc. Steel Binders, ul-- The Pony Deering Binder. STOLEN. ofthc s J. H. BAUGHKOLBr, H.46.RUPLEY,- AGEKTT. Garrard Lancaster, xtM-ion- College, 1ft!Hpttw 11 PENNY Dentist. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. .' Jfcfti- - aliiil iwailey Iav e.twB,-- . itf2&pai$ft . r-"- T -- ttw I. ., m,v TfV . I i V Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT PHEWI Now to rolar CAUterlzltic Wo do wlthorinicl) droop, Whllo the bciuls of wrplr.ilioa Down our lineaments do troop; Published Evary Tuoadav and Friday S?S2 P-EK- . YK A1UX AD VANPK S2.60 will be aT"When not to paid charged. Atmospheric pyrotecliny Houml ustlotli continuous pl.ty. Mnklnc fervid procliun.ttlou Of old Independence dny. Lltntlon Ournnntomy liitlnmes. Till tho neither bureau chrtpsvve Cincntto with scorclilns mime. And ns furmtco tires do stem to Torrlfy our every poro Wo do quite nppruve the cotume That our father Adam wore. Limp our garments lianc, and lltiier Doth our vital structure mhmii Till e vvlh that wo were llshe In mime far Icelandic stream. And wo tow we'll make it hotter For tho chnp who's nnut;ht to do Hut to nsk us u wo swelter, "is It hot cnoutfh for jou" Cnlorlflo K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train is,aves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning t 5:10 p. m. l.'an. local time card. . Mill train going North Express train - 3J1" norm .936 am Lieil Freight North .. .. J 07pm South,. tatter traint alto carry panengeri. The The above ii calculated on standard time. Solar 10a it about to minutes fatter, QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. " South South -. 11 S ujpm 7 Pm Pm Boston Courier. Traius C)South-bound.- - pas Junction City as follows: a. No. 1., Vestibule Limited. 1.50 a. m.; No. 3., m.; No. 3, Chicago Limited, 7., Local, New Orleans Express, n j a. m u.la p. m.; No, 9 , lllue Grass Vetibule, 8.o p. i.t ;o. North bound. -- Vo. 7, Vestibule Limited, 6.48 p. m. ; No 4., Fast Mail, . p. m ; No. 6 , Chljn-g- o Limned, a.i; a. m , No. S., Local, i.55 '"; No. iO. Wue Grass Special, 6 am. -- m SV Grttlntx Ksru. "Any letters hero fur Absalom askel tho tall, looso jointed iimn with yellow hair and a tuft of faded whiskers on tho extreme southern frontier of his pointed chin. The villayoiKtmaotergot up from his chair and looked through tho J box. "None," he replied. "Any papers?" Tho poitinater examined the contents of another pigeonhole. "No papers for Jacobson." "Letters 'r papers fur Alabena Heeta Haycraffr" "I don't think there are." "WishtyAl look an see." looketl through tho II The potma.-.teJucob-Foil?Dttl-Been- " a Amono the Mountaiss. The best route to tho Eastern cities is via Cincinnati and tho F. F. V. over the Chesapeake & Ohio Hail way. The scenery through New Hiver canons and over the Alleghany aud Blue Ridge Mountains is wonderfully beautiful and varied. The F. F. V. runs solid , to Now York via Washington. It is electric lighted and No other carries a through dining-car- . America surpasses it and it is traiu in the only train to tho East with through dining service. Among tbo Virginia mountains along tho Chesapeake & Ohio are more than -- 0 famous summer resorts. A pamphletissued entitled "Virginia in Black and White," describes these tesorts, and the scenery of the route, and will be mailed' free by ad dressing E. B. Pope, Western PasHenger Agent, St. ijuis. Mo., or C. B. Ryan, Assistant General Passenger Agent, Cincinnati, 0. To Chkac.o via the Lakes. The greatest trip to the greatest fair on earth ride; Detroit to Chicago and a in tho grandest palnco steamers on the Lakes. Picturesque scenery. Returning from Chicago direct, all rail; or you can go to Chicago by rail and return via the Lakes and Detroit. Berth and meals included between Mackinac and Chirago. Round-trirate from Cincinnati 1 "0 For furvia Toledo and boat 150c less. ther information ask and C, II. & I). R. II. agent, or address K, 0 McCormick, G. P. rt T. A.. 0 , II. & D. R. R., Cincinnati, O. 1,000-mil- e p Duclclln'a Arnica Salve. The belt salve In the world lor cuts, bruisea ores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sotes, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corni and all skin erup tiOm and positively cure piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to ifivv petlect satisl action or money retunded. 1'rice. aj cents per boa. Kor sale by A. R. Penny, Staptord. Ky. Call and sec our NEW PROCESS STOVE. Saves time BiMlaBsSMMsBI a u Ln Qrlppo. waona tt was a noticeable fact that lhoe who denot only fended upon Dr. Kuifi'a New Discoverythe troubhad a speedy recovery, but escaped all malady This remedy lesome alter effects ol the effecting rapid DuruiK the prevalencs of the Onppe tbo past labor and expense tKlu ' "sJrTaT Guaranteed to be seems tohae a peculiar power in cures, not only In caes ot La Orippn. but 111 all dtseasesofthe Throat, Chest and Luiirs and has cured cases ol Asthma and Hay Kever of Ionst, standing. Try it and be convinced. Itwontdis-appoinfree ttlal bottle at A. K I'euny'i drug store Elder S. S. Heaver, ol McAUistervllle, Juniatta Co , Pa , tuts his wile Is subject to ciampin the stomach Last summer the tried Colic, Cholera and Diarrhua Remedy for it and was much She pleased with the speedy relief it afforded has siiue used It whenever necessary and found that It never lulls. lor sale by W, II. McRobcrts, DrusK"t Stanford PERFECTLY SAFE. And to give satisfaction. W. H. WEAREN & CO. Tbe World's Fair Route from the South Strength and Hoalth. If vou ate not feeling strong and healthy, try Elccttic Hitters. If La Grippe has lelt you weak and weary, ue Klectric hitters. Tins remedy acts directly on the Liver, Stomach and Kidneys, tunc-ttouUk-In- Pennsylvania yXs'. 'V AV v- -, II OVER THt ' s, gently aiding those organs to perform their If )ou are afflicted with Sick Headache g you will find speedy and permanent relief by Electric Hitters. One trial will convince you that this is the remedy ou need Large bottles only 30c at A. 11. Penny's drug store, '''111 ill 1 si short lines 11 J-- "My little boy was very bad off for two months with diarrhira. We used various medicines, also called In two doctors, but nothing done htm any Colic, Cholera stood uutil wc used ( hamberlaln' and Diarrh ea Kemrdy, which gave immediate relief and soon cured him. I consider It the best medicine made . nd can conscientiously recommend it to all who need a diarrhua or colic medicine J K Hare, Trenton, 'lens j and $o cent bottle for sale by W. II. McKoberts, Stan ford. 1 rul LIL' -- il KIP w If T II I '?i FROM sTtVV" ' Tat r Bakincr & JIhsolixtely mwaer Pure A cream of tarter baking powder. Higest of all in leavening Latest United States pigeonholes. strength. "Nothing for Polhemus." Government Food Report. Tho persistent mat) at tho window ROYATBAKINGrJPOWDER CO., kept it up till the postmaster had ascer106 "None." "Anvtliiiitf fur Barker EaU?" "No." M better look." "Gue-'Tho ottieial insiected tho boxes again. "Just as I told vou. Nothing for Eals." "Siuie Polhemu-?- " Anotiier weary fcearch through stuffed s bo.e. a 1,'cxhI war to buy a medicine, but it's a s hard condition under which to sell It. vou have noticed that the ordinary bit or reme-- d miss medicine doesn't attempt it. The only of its kind so remarkable In its effects that it can he aold on thin plan ts Dr 1'ierce's Colden r, strength Medical I)icotery Asa restorer and lleh builder there's nothing like it knoon in medical science. In every disease where the fault Ism the liver or blood, as Dyspepsia, In digestion, Hiliousnes ana the most stubborn akin. Scalp and Scrofulous affections, it Is Kuaranteed in every case to benefit or cure, or ou have vour money back. That's On Trial. Ier-lap- blood-cleanse- When Itaby ss ".let, i gave her Cmtnrl. When nh. w:n a ChllJ, ah cried for Catorli. When Mi became Mi, Rh citing to Outori. When ihe had Chlldreti, he gcvethem C'.itoria. W ,..L: 'SV j. I 111 v-- J S" V-- a'o1 i 7'JZ -- -- c '.s" 4. 5 .c Y vv r L. "i7rwrCi5.J5Jsp LOUISVILLE OR r'l K-- .V CINCINNATI. DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE Pullman Ve(IUul IWf tUDf Sleeping and Buflit Parlor Ciri, Only Route Through the Indiana Natural Gas Belt. to--i- To every fufTerer from Catarrh, no matter how bad the caie or how long standing, the proprie"If tors of Dr Sage' Catarrh Ren erty say thi c can't t.ure it, perfectly and pcrmanenlly, we'll you Joo In cash " druggists. pay by all Last fall I was taken with a kind of summer a. complaint, accompanied with a wonderful Soon aller my wife'a sister, who lives Wc used with u, was taken la the same way almost evurvtlilng without benefit, I'hen 1 said lft us try Chambeilam's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Keinedy, which we did and that cured us right away I think much of it as it did for me what it was rcmommeaded to do John Herix'cr, Hethel, lierks Co , I'a. jj and 60 cent bottles for ale by W II. McKoberts, Stanford diar-rhir- Th. rw Foos Valloy. 0. W THt St UMS THROUGH 0 iMlia tMi rmsfir.i tourMia r at Wall St., New York. flfflftP Office A. S. PRICE, Stanford. tained by jxTsonal investigation that there was nt'ither letter nor paper in tho oftice for Giles Ruggles, Emery Wheel-hoif-- e, n. Owsley Building. SURGEON DENTIST. over McKoberts Drug Store inthe n C. . FOWEXX, STORE, Kentucky, : : GX2TSB.AX ous. Barney Stedtuan, Hickory Twy-maNelson McIVlt. Jarvis Kingsbury or Homer Bearce, and then made way reluctantly for an impatient agricultur ist from tho Bainbridgo neighborhood who had been waiting live minutes and was becoming threatening and dauger- - The finest runt belt of New Mexico. No fait urc in crops under irrigation if properly attended to. All fruits grown in California can be grown .Mexico, eicepi oranges anu lemons. In Land from $. to J) per acre on to v ears' tune, at & per Cent. Call on or address R. C. MOIKJAN'. D D S , Stanloid. Ky. Tea . cfi m i . V Clnl MTaiis CoMtav IMl HHST-CLa- Sl 6CRVICC, riMii arrif i vm tt us TIlKAtu tO lltxfHO. Ihi I0SWOIS4I X. H. tlCIT Iis r Iptt. . jUSITIUt, Tm lUHflTvV IT l..,rt s GIO.l.TlJVrMVS.1. a. 1VCUVK DstmiriPir UIISTILLL II SUl'UXUCiDl In sunt iaxslhur Irak ar sst $s. CJXnjIlTl H aicti isfoio k.it rwimt of iiii.in, 11 TICKETS Ckff ItCUPM TKJOV no ikki tn tis 5 urn to thi T.A'nrsg. 1 l.twl Nr lpt, ltt. - DR. JOS. HAAS will sell Milliner) Mr J C ltoswell,one ol the beit known and tuovt respected cltirrns of llrovvnwood, 'leiai, suffered with diarrhira lor a long line and tr.ed AT UNUSUALLY LOWJPRIOES Hog & Poultry Remedy. ' J. H. 13AUGHMAN, FIRE AND STORM " Hs hat inado you ask for all thoso LOf.AN AVENUE, Stanford, Always'sells) goods lower than anyone else in town. New itoclc of Kruits every Iriday. land at theloliowtng prices, uenvereu: o cenU Fresh Milk, per gallon 10 centa Sicimmed Milk, pir gallon , 8 centa Butter Milk, per gallon I will male two trips daily. The patronage of the . , pub-v- . oliciled. J G. A. I'EV ION. " Sunford, Ky o.f.1 jr. -- Dairy, Irom which I can supply any quantity ol Jersey milk to the people of Mantord and How 1 will open on January 19th, DAIRY. 1 ). a First-Cla- si folks' mail?'' inquired an acquaintance tho man with tho faded chin whiskers 6tepied outside the building. "Do they live out in your section?" JOHN M. JOHNSON "No. They don't livo anywher's 1 It a Caridlt ate for A"esorof Lun oln county know of." Mibiect tn the actior. of (he Democratic pany "Then what did you mean by making tho jwstmaster go to all that trouble for McCLARY W. nothing?" Is a Candidate for Superintendent ol PaUir s "I've been askin fur mail at this School for l.inc In County, subject to the a.tiou fur mighty near seven months an of the Democracy. never got a blamed thing," replied the other, with a vindictive chuckle, "an A. GIVENS I'm getting even with tho gtiT'ment, Is a Candidate for Sheriff of I incoln lountjr, subb'gosht That's all!" Chicago Tribune. ject to the ailion of the (Htnocratic part) many different remedies without benef', until Kor the ret of the season Call and save money A splendid line ot Ladies' Underwear and HosChamberlain's Cholic, Cholera and Dla.-h.e- a Kemcdy was used; that relieved him at cn. iery Lept constantly on hand, rursaieoyw tt .mc Kowrts, Druggist, Maniura MISSLICCIK HF.AZLKY, Manreiil.Ky Used Successfully Fifteen Years. maturity Prices- INSURANCE AGENT . diteave, epels Will arreit disease, pieven worms, stop cough, Increase the flesh aud hasten! .. Representing. .. S1AMOKD cneaprl STASIS, Mi 07- - is. pound van I ( 50, or sale by Ju St s ,and so cents 'I hi largest vo A per paclage; packages arc LIXT, FEED AKS I.UI R I'KNNY, stanlord, Ky F. At John Mjnefcc's niw brio, on I)ep3tititi-t- , SPLENDID FARM Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; """ Manchester, of Manchester, Kng.; Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; Ins. Co. ol North America. All of which are Companies. I would bt pleased to wait n amy friends In this tin. I'ol. icies promptly issued Will insure against torna dors, wiml sterms and lightning Lightning clauses attached w itSout additional iharge ()(Tk at First National llanV StinfurC". firsl-cli- aw-fu- J. V. RAMSEY, Pro'r., FOR SAI1S PRIVATE!-V- . Name. An Englishman, traveling on the conis - Soiiietlilni; In 'The Shelton House, ovening he sent him for tho traveler's register that ho might enter his name in accordance with tho Austrian iolice regAt Rowland repainted and nicely furnished andulations. The man replied tb ho had 'Save in connection with Hotel one of the best saeons In the State, open day and night; a night nnticijuted his wishes and registered meets all trains In connection with House raan have also one oC the best Mineral wells in the Mats. him as an "English gentleman of indeand for reference to water, call on Mr and Mrs pendent means." G. W. Patrick, Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Hoyd In. "But how did you write my name?" gram, Knn, Tenn . A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. I). E. Proctor, C. II. Braum. Mr. and Mrs T. W. "I can't exactly pronounco it, but Rowland. Mr. and Mrs K M. Johnson. Hamilton, New Haven, Jim Cox, Greensbure. Rates $1 pet copied it faithfully from milord's 1 jiort-manteau- ." Notice to the Traveling Public. tinent, engaged tho tervices of a smart courier, and on arriving- at an inn one have had 1 Who will at all times be glad to accmuiodate all with good rijs at reavonal .e rates. My'llus will I wil .ell privately my mm of 3. acies, sit tat iR ed wi t e Writ side of lac llustonvilie A Dan meet all K C trains ville pur. !, miles Irom lluum He and within a hall mile 01 the raf oad staMn of Moicland. she firm is in a splendid sul rf culllvaiion, I cr 7 romt well Improved with a dwell n ot necessary milbiiildings, nn luding a good ba 11. grass the About half Morn- enure place ot the farm is sown In can be andvldcd IOE We;will d Is well watered and lor into tr parcels to suit the piiK baser 'c lb. J I LAND, write loor c.llou, Is a tandidalc for Jailer, .injci.t to the Uwn cf M relanO, Ky ar, . tn In Mantord and Rowland, and by 50 lbs. joe per the democratic ptrly and loo lb 5c per .00 Ilk We are very so lb thankful lor past patronagr and re'pectlully Will deliver Irom lb up Its continuance ' RS. JAN E HARROW A CO ic O Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject o the aition ol the Demmrai). STANKOHD, KY , J. NOTICE l-'-- DINK FARMER G. W. Deliver ing at Every per 1 BANKS THE JEWELER. -:- DEBOKD 1 THE GOFFEY HOUSE STANFORD, - TTT. M.F. ELKIN, Aiinr, stibjei t CRAB ORCHARD Camlidate for nf the democracy l.a to the action JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. I"his Hotel, renovateit and relurniibed, is now in uiy charge and I inteud to conduit it so as to ooi only maintain Us lush reputation, but to add to its long list ol friends. Special anonimoda-lion- s for commercial travelers and nan rooms for th dlipluy of samples, Stock. Most Complete dav I M. Petrev. clerk. Give me a call,Prop. J.W. CARRIER. q'oty THE T. RILEY B. HOUSE book." "But it is not th'-re- . Bring mo tho JNO. BRIGHT Is a Candidate As.ct'or, rubject to the action of the Deinocrati part) SPRINGS. I WEbGirWW' y ' 'London, RILEY, iProprlotor, - Kentucky. d. What was our traveler's amazement at finding, instead of a very plain English name of two syllables, tho following tentous entry: "Montieur por" Warranted-Fohdleather.- M liniea Summrr Rev r with it And lAtFlrst-Clas- s E. D.KENNEDY, to the office of Av soKr, of Lincoln County, subject tn ution of the democratic party. Is a candidate for Saloon iSlLVERiWR- I have moved to my new Hotel and am better prepared than ever to accommodate the public. de-.Good Livery attached and every convenience Give me a call. Petit Liegeois. Healing "Waters andjllcstful rouadings, Sur- - -tl BILLIARD and I'DOL ROOMS attached JObKPIl COrrKV - .. A llrmivli iNtubll.lmu'iit. rRANRILIv KV. ROWLAND, 'DEALER IN CROCERIES, HARDWARE, iffir'rSSPf JV r,w'2Zm&Zj4'' .sssssWE-iM- $r Truth. W.L. DAWSON, the dvinodaiy la a cand date for Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., Rock Hottotn Prices. Prompt personal attention given to repair work. One e.ill will convince you that this is the place to trade. jailer, subiect to the action of Is Now Open for tlic Reception of Guests. Health and pleasure nceWers will find Ibis , Miner. slid shippers of the GKNUINK Original Jellico Coal.. Try it We are. tlif o!c jjtnti tor Miofnnl Jind ....... ,1 lt.n.t ( .h.I ,.! mi. ttJinci vi a.scut ..-- . mmu mii- l Jtii noiriailu roadcrossing II I RO INS .V WAT IS. 6 -- s JOHN BAILEV, l acindidatefor jailer, ubject to the action of the old Jeffersonlan democrat y Hatmoved into his ne itore at thfl Junction of pikes the Stanford & t ral. Orchard and "Iever prepired better ct Rowland and is nowboth than to pleane the trade in AN ADMIRABLE PLACE THE P. 0. MILLINERY. posi-oftk- JOHN It. DeNARDI, S3TOCJC OF GOOD, PRK 3S?, JOHN B. MERSHON Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of the Democracy To recover their wonted health and energies ar t at the same time secure ijuid, home lUe fare at stock to 'Etc. He his re ently added greatly by liU debts bad 110 loss antlhavtrR no rent to pay and than any body all goods cheaper he can aell you i)r .and jet bii prices befrre I uylut -- Reasonable Kates. l'r ce of Itoard from J? to J15 per'week I'o further inlorinalion appl) to OUS HOt'MANN, Crab Orchard, Lincoln County, Call at the e room and sec the Largost and Bost Soloctod Stock Of Millinery in town bound to please you, IheifOinls and pni.es arc MRS. I' T COURTS. COME to SEE ME. Having pur hated the Wtiinioi'i. Question. Houser (looking up from his paper A EJIMETT McCORMACK Is a Candidate for Assevsor, suL-jec- Grocery fast I? , : Business Of J W Ramsey, lam in reasing thestockas as possible and will soon have il They've found several letters bearing ev- the Democracy idences of being J1.000 years old buried in some ruins in Egypt. Tho writing W. W. HAYS, was that of a woman, aud the paper was Is a candidate tor jailer, subject to tbe action in an excellent state of preservation. the itvinociacy Mrs. Houser Humph! How was the man's pocket they found them in? Troy HAMPTON, Press. l to the will of K. 10 ot ITow Millinery. My mother, Mrs, Kate Dudderar, has ) i.t re turned Irom the Cities with an elegant line ' mil liuery, embracing Commercial McKINNKV. KV I Hotel, PETER Complete in Every Par- ticular. male Call Utile fillmpite or I. lie. "Hullo, Sophtyl How is it you are A I a candidate for jailer, su ject to the action of the democracy. ALL OF THE NOVELTIES Of the seasnn, ol hich sh will have lull control She also engaged a Firt-Clas- s Dress-Make- Carriage Painter and; Trimmer, have bought above mentioned, Hotel at and have attached a First-Cla- ss WJP first-clas- l.ancaster street and at it to jour interest to trade with me my stole on I will W.C. HUTCHINCS. John H. Cattleman. A. G. here all alone? When I saw you up in Noonan's a short tinio ago, you had a dozen friends around you." "Oh, yes, but I had money then." New York Press. SAM M. OWENS, Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, rimary. to the action of the democratic sub-jec- t r. Bar and Fool Room. the Lanhao ROYAL Insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&CASTLEMAN MANAGERS,', rirnteil Her. Charlfs Staylute Oh, yes, I doto on baseball. Fair Martyr That's a game where they have short stops and home runs. Isu't it? How delightful! Boston Transcript. T. D. NEWXAND, U acandidate for Sheriff of Lincoln coutty, ject to the action of the democratic pmnny. sub- Have repaired and Jreliirnlshcd the Hotel and Call and examine my stock of Millinery before am oetter than evil buying mid leave vour order for your Iresves, Thanking you for past favors we solicit lame, to Accommodate All kinds of vehicles painted trimmed and re s siylc. Plain and ornamental paired in Signs. Satisfaction cuaranleed In both wormian-shi- p anil price. Shop on main street, over.wm. )aiiherty' blacksmith shop, Stanford, Ky. j Prepared MAIIV DAVIS DUDDtKAR. JAMKS VKACKK. Public. I TIIOMA'sM.ACER. M. F. NORTH, Commercial Men. W. C.HKKN, Proprietor. JOE CARSON, Manager. special attention Hi '" Jesse Is a candidate lor member of the Legislature from Lincoln county ; subject to nomination liy the democracy. VEAGER & VEAGER, lift -- Commerce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. Seasonable Specialty. Stranger (to native) In what direction does the village lie, my friend? Native (slowly) Well, sir, in all direc- Is a Candidate to represt-n- t Lincoln county In the tions, I reckon, though at this time of next Legislative, subject to the action ot the year it's mostly about fish. Exchunge, uvm, r and m HARVEY HELM m mt fc.Y. ( , I MILLINERY. of STANFORD, We are Inour new atalletn the BUxk and are well supplied with era llomi have returned from the cities with a nice line Millinery which I will sell for a small profu. Goods leftover, aafresh as this aeason'a from last season, 1 will sell at Kd., TT. JL TRIBBLI, Local Asrtat, STANFORD, KY. Auilaljllt r.TM.nllleil. Have been purchased and nothing tut Mr. Woodby Wise Do yon know, will leave the stable. l.iucoln county and Miss Edytlie, I always hiugh with those Is a Candidate Isr Jailer of themselves to any urnouts aska hi friends not to commit at home and work. forced to stay people who laugh at me. one else, aa he is DemEdytlie Keeps you busy most of th His candidacy 1 it aubject to the action ol the t!7 ocratic party. 1 .,, time, doeau't it? Truth. T. J. HATCHER NEW RIGS AND HORSES first-cla- ii COST FOR THE CASH ONLY, Ue3S AT- Q 1 Give tlicm a Call. Tho reason I do this is to reduce my stock of foods so I will be aole to sell out my business at Thompson's Shop, the first opportunity. I cordially invite the ladies to call and eaamtne - There arc tbreo of the best Ilarbert in the State of my good,. I also solicit a There are also excellent Hath Rooms run in colStanford, Ky. lection. Asent lor I cxington Steam Laundry Barber .h. $nffi- ..- -. y ' ' . i'. i 'aliiiTTiisi'f'i' .jy.ifMii fiif . ffirn tiiiidiii '.,