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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893071801 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. .c-- t Semi-WeeklVOL. XXI. THE TURNPIKE QUESTION. y Interior Journal STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. JULY 18. 1893. NO. 40 gen-now V Having shown the extravagance of the j It cannot be denied that the turnpike 5,000, and 10 miles of road are nullt. It is worth, as 1h conceded, tin; price proposition, let us for a moment consid- - interests of tho county could be better er the absurdity and impracticability of managed. Hut this is possible under Every community Iibh ever been, is paid, but the stock yields not moio ami always will lie indicted and nf- - ' erally than one per cent, nnd therefore it from a legal standpoint. In the first the present existing law. If there is any Hided witli agitators nnd iunovntore. jt U worth but J, of its fact value upon place, it is met by the very doubtful wrong being done the law provides a They are generally thoughtless and ig- - tliu market. The 10 citienB who paid question as to whether or not thu turn- most adequate and suitable remedy, , norant and possessed of intellectual pov-- nothing to tho enterprise except upon pike stocks can bo purchased or con- which can be speedily applied, if those FALL TERM OPENS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH, 1893. erty, whereby, without bad intentions, compulsion, aro now suddenly seized demned by the county. The turnpike whose duty it is will have the capacity some-- , wtj, wil(,t they aro misguided by follv, but tuey impudently rail patriot-time- s property is already applied to public use, aud courage to act. If they have not, A SCHOOL AND HOME FOR GIKI.S. well informed, considerate and j say t0 tltir leK,j,orB wn0 under contracts which cannot be abro- the people have the right to select othR, fruitful of mental resources, mo uu"'" lmvo paid flOX'OO for their property: gated. When the public contracts it is ers to serve them. ()Od F.Kulty; superior .iilvjiua?t. ; a beautiful and healthful location. Special course and special But the plan now proposed is unwise, inducements ottered to thote who detlre to make teachcri. Our aim it to make our pupils thorough of moral principle and regardless of tho "Wo want to be partners in this enter- as firmly bound ah an individual and rights of others. This latter class tlnds prise ourselves and you shall have cannot violate its contract. There is no impracticable, unjust nnd of doubtful Die CollcKe has been reiently refited, and a College Library, Wall Maps, Globes, Tellurians, Charts, M. O. THOMSON, Principal. 13 unfor your property, for which you law now under which these stocks can legality, and would necessitate a most Kc.hive been added. its resources usually in Injustice anil but un- have paid $15,000, and we will make you be acquired without the mutual consent burdensome taxation that would be dertakes to mislead by plausible fair means little short of villainy. The pay part of it nitain and we will also be of the parties, nor can there be for the most infamous. The times are hard and almost , pawners in it. very plain reason that no law impairing will be harder. Money is scarce nnd purposes of either, if micces-fuTi,H n mcan an(j cni.ej;.. proposition the obligation of coutr.icts can be enact hard to get and nearly nil our citizens universally result in disaster to tne laud any man who would propose it af-- j ed. Besides this property already being are upon the ragged edge of financial masses. Those who raise tne loutieui imu ter understanding tho full import of It applied to public use, what legal author- distress. Under such a condition it does J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. eran,i mother, or. steal ity is there, for changing the compensa- seem to me that no man can propose to cry against public abuses oftentimes aru j w0u ro, i, the very ones who create them and those- t,e t.0pperB from R ,iea,i tmilper'H tiyeH, tion already agreed upon anil accept- largely increase taxation unless his un1893. derstanding is at fault, his intellect unwho ostentatiously ailed a spirit of pub- Nevertheless, this is tho very proposi-li- e ed" Section 157 of the constitution limits der a cloud and his moral faculties dewelfare gonerally do the least for their tl0U wt,ic, tl0 blatant advocates of "free of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music taxation to not more than 50 cts. praved. And I appeal to my friends Full corps neighbors. And our county is not an turiipli-Bure askltiK tl lioneHt people count) An. Excellent boardtnz department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. on each f 100. and Section 153 limits nnd throughout the coun t n,i0pt. exception to the general rule. We are a 0( tue 'J ,,. UH .W(n,,,. .i.,.,, people, level-- 1 i. w,ii ue county indebtedness to not more than ty to meet this wild proposition with irood and conservative tlllt per centum on the taxable property. sound intelligence nnd proper courage In the main, but mlofiteil and ne where these new-boheaded andjust-heurleBoth of these provisions would be vio- and stamp it in - j the dust. we have our own leaven of the self patri- politicul economists will land ue: lated. The rate of taxation in excess of w ho could j those W. H. MII.LKR. j,, 0(,r turnpikecorporations U Ki0 otic and 50 cents could not be avoided, for the i .Stanford, July 15. , not o nutl by ttn. county amounts to a not, if their lives depended on it, reason that under section 10 the debt is what is meant by the term political econ little over WOO.OOO. It cannot be bought required to be paid within 40 years, for LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. oiny, if they were to nee it written in iu tho market to day, at the very lowest which a sinking fund must be created. letters a thousand times a estimate, Jor less than fl'.V'i.OOO. Where the plainest The Park seems to have been conConsider, too, the injustice of it. If a consider are we to'get that much money to pay Uy, but who, nevertheless, verted into base ball grounds. system of roads is to be maintained by that there is nothing sound in political for if Oh say these tine gentleman, is taxation, justice demands Miss I'.ittie Terrill gave an elegant that it shall be bubbles up sue bonds. Oh, yes Iusiie bonds' The tlieorv excent that which uniform throughout the county. That party at her home in upper Garrard Friin bonds now. from the shallow and soft depths oJ tliein county only owes one section shall not have an advantage day night. A large crowd from here atown untutored bralus. ThUelemeut in , IMue IPJo.OOOnnd ninku it an even iloO,- of anothei. Such is not the situation in tended. our midst is now active. It thinks u mo. Amen, say the people. We will Collector Nodes and Deputy Marrs this county. Out of 102 miles of turnhas made a discovery. It feels as It It ma, the tended debt jI'J'j.OOO more, pike Crab Orchard has only 10, High- passed through town en route to DanIt con-- j What must wo now do" 1st, lose 11,'JOO were moved by an inspiration. land only 0 and Waynesburg only 5. ville Saturday evening and returned y idea, and roused p5r annum revenue, which we now aiders thatit has a big Monday morning. f These three districts are in area everything which can annihilate it. MVU (r0lil turnpikes, 1M, pay ?7,.00 per of the county. They have lil miles, The L. ft N. is putting in new ties Orders for Bread by Mail or Telegraph Promptly Attended to. Aditslungs" are inliated and it opens a big annum on cf bonds; :..i, create a nnd ballast nil along this branch of their dress. whilst the other half has 111. Yet the R. Z1MMER, Stanford, Ky.. sinking fund of fl.OOO per annum to pay mouth for a loud voice and says advocates of the proposition to maintain road. It is understood that steel rails oil the principal of the bonds, ith, pay ihki Ti'liM'lKKa' the pikes by taxntipn calmly say to thu will be laid as eoon as this work is comas a people, to have annually $15,000 at trie very lowest to people of these Just bow we are, three districts, without plete. Now if they will just run a deBut keep the turnpikes In repair, fith, pay free turnpikes is not explained. makinit any provision to supply them cent train Lancaster people will indeed bow most of theee self Intended reform-- 1 to the nlieritl' annually for collecting with any more pikes, so as to place them be happy. Mr, Hamlet Hrown has been awarders of the Hair of the county expect to these sums f l,rS.j. Total amount to be on an equality with the other half of the have free turnpikes for themselves at paid every year by the tax payers for county "We will tBx you for all time, ed the contract to build the new engine the expense of others can be very readi- - free turnpikes, $29,,,', or .0 cents on that we may have smooth roads to ride house and has commenced work on the fl.lmp. Tho frnnf nf tlm Inirar llnnr trill . ..w ly inferred. Like all of its kind, tho the ;UK) upon nil the taxable property of over." Ttiere are some people ..... movement is a loud uud aggressive- one. the county. You aro now paying IMjc cou nty who evidently think that the be used by the lire department and the! In order to What it lacks In wisdom t is sought to and you would have, if this scheme neonle of the three distiicts mentioned rear as a police court room. The second supply by unpudeuie What it lacks iu would work, the free and ulonoue privil- are not worthy of consideration, when it story will consist of three otlice rooms, irtue is intended to be supplied by an- ege and opportunity of paying three conns to the distribution of public bene- to be used by the county attorney, mas-wanting m patriotism times as much county taxes as you pay fits. daclty. What is That bad roa Is are good enough ter commissioner and supeiintendent of now-This is what free pikes would be. it Is thought that nu affected zeal for the Our business, we are daily selling at auction, when for them and that it would be an outrage public schools. fellow eit- The examination of colored applipublic service stid ilamor will supply. Do you like it, my and a public sin to provide them with The bravado of some of its advocates has i.ens -- my dearly beloved who, when any better Iu this class will be found cants to teach public schools was conby' well nigh shaken the faith and fortitude the assessor visits you swc.ir that your most of tho-i- who are howling for "free ducted Friday at the of a few thoughtful and sensible men, line House nnd lot iu town, for which turnpikes." The people of these three County Supt. John h. Anderson. It will and Ihev have '.he temerity to avow that you are asking $10,000, is only worth fl,- - districts have been taxed enough; too not be learned how many pags-ethe ie-- ' farm, lor thev will nt tho next legislative election 000. and your tine much, to develop the other portions of quired examination until the latter part present a candidate and try a conclusion which you have jint paid ;i0 per acre, the county. and just men of this week. By tho way, Mr. Ander-- , This is the. of the question before the people. This jrt ouly worth .50, and that your line all over the county have at last come to eon will be a candidate for to duty of every Mtml horse, for which you paid is being tliii case il is the understand and appreciate this aud are the oilice he holds. The county has cjnservative iitu-M- -- every good citieu worth no moruthan h plow nag' Who, disposed to redress the wrong. This dis- never had a more competent and attenconies, winds position has already resulted in the tive superintendent and it would be wiset not to ignot the question, but to when the upon it the lighUuf reason, sound two jards of raw hide btrim; from 'round building of the only turnpikes which ' to reelect him. throw senne, experience and intelligence and your Moot leather pocket book to slowly Highland and Waynesburg have, and me uniimeiy ueatii ol .Mies .Nell e Don't neglect it, but come and be supplied almost quarter, which will result in the building of more iu the Koyston, daughter of James A. and Maoverwhelm this mudueiiaud stupendous ,jraw therefrom your folly before even the most unwary can you nqueexe until the eagle on it squalls near future, if the nil'.tirs of the county ry Koyston, of this place, on Saturday, as you drop it into his granpiiii: nnd be minguided by it. are economically managed. Hut let the thu nth, has cast a gloom over tho en-- j satisfied hand. If you do, To have Iree pikes would be it very never-to-bruinous mid oppressive plan nf these tire community. Her beauty, intellifine thing. To get something for noth- puber your lucre, shout the appropria wild agitators bo adopted and Crab Or- gence, amiability aud many excellences is aereeable to us all. aud is especial t,oll ,iU,l rrtv around the Hag. te chard, Highland and Waynesburg will of character made her a universal favordelightful to those who ate ton lav it )H nHy to be seen what the gross not have another mile of turnpike in 50 ile, and her loss is deeply deplored by her family and her friends ami acquaintto work, not too honest, but too coward-- amonl 0 taxation will bo for tho next years. Koruple j lHJIot, o( ;o yeftr(, (the perio(, for wi,ich ly to steal, but who would not Again, if a man enjoys a good thing, ances generally. At the fetbbath school de- Uv ,)0m,a wouU, be jMlle(, j h, ptop,0 should he pay for it or take up a contri and at church she w as a regular attend to covet his neighbors property and or ion-- should permit the plansof these thoughts ptlvebimof it.by metlious uir billion ftom his neighbors'' If a man 'ant ami was always prompt in the which will not lead to criminal punish- less theorists to pievail. It would be After appropriate a fine carriage to ride in ought ho. charge of duty. clo.-ment. of all toSWO.000. or more than to pay for it ? And if ho wants to neral services at the "resbytenun church We do not intend to make the impress-to- the taxable property of the county. The ride iu his fine carriage over a smooth (at I o'clock .Sunday afternoon, conduct that we believe that every one who people would be compelled to pay thisto road ought he not to pay for that instead led by Hey. J. II. Tercy, pastor, she was i,. in favor of what is termed "free turnhave "free turnpikes," for the of taxing his neighbor" Is there a juster buried in the cemetery at this place, an After the first of July instead of selling goods on 6 months' time we will come after it They would be or fairer method of raising money to iuimeuse concourse of the citizens of tne pikes" is a rascal, lint we avow tin. will present our accounts the 1st or 15th of each month, as suits the That he who understands tho question made to pay whether they used the keep up the pikes thau to take it from town aud adjoining counties attending buyer. Our idea is to do a and favors it is an unjunt man. And he pik"s or not. No one is compelled to those who use them " If a man desires the services. utmfnvnrHit without understanding It pay tolls unless he uses the pikes, ful- to stay quietly at home and not use a MUs Nannie Tucker, of Winchester, is a foolish one and little regardful of his ler the toll system he is only compelled pike at all, ought he, nevertheless, be is visiting Mies Kuiina Hood. Mrs. L. D. but for convenience we extend the above time. We propose giving neighbors' rights. Hollinsworth and Hon will arrive to pay for himself. compelled to pay ' you Hardware, of Lincoln coun. our customers the best goods and guarantee to sell The turnpike interest to visit her father, Dr. Wm. But these qtiestiens are met by tho It is not to be presumed for a moment Of MoAdaumed Groceries, Oueensware, Woodenware, Tinware, &c, for less money Will Jennings, of faint Lick, was ty is a great interest. that our people, always so conservative old threadbare and worn out, false aud roads there are lb'2 mil-- s vhich have and cautious in business, and so suspi- hypocritical utterance of the demagogue, dowuMiuday. Misses Liz!io Be.uley, of than you can buy them anywhere on 6 months' time. Our explanainmak-inthe change is that it takes too much money carry on cost, according to the most reliablo 'It will benefit the poor man." How, Crab Orchard, and Kat:e Simpson, of tion for 100,000, of cious of any proposition involving an Ho' (iilbeit's Creek, are visiting Miss Lizzie lol,r business on the 6 months' time. During the 3 months we have formation to be obtained, f increase of taxation will accept the views we ask, can it benefit a poor man" which the county has paid out of its and undertake to carry out the purposes has but littlo time to spare from his dai- - Simpson in lower Garrard. Mrs. James been selling goods our sales have been much larger than we expected o( we have received. revenues f!W,730; 1:500,00, exclusive of the advocates of thcBo extravagaut ly labor necessary to save himself and Kemper and daughter, Miss Swan, of and we are very grateful for the liberal patronage have boon contributed by scheuips. the very best family from starvation. He therefore St. Joe, Mo, who are visitiug relatives We are also proud to say tnat our customers have Hi(t if iu a moment oi unconpublic (spirited and generous citiens. trollable excitement and lunacy they don't make miny trips. He has no thiol in Garrard and adjoining counties, visit people in the land and we are sure we can make it to your interest to which have, not been The We will continue to take Country Produce in exehould, they would ilud most speedily carriage to ride in and oftentimes no ed Miss Altie Marksbury last week. .Mr, continue with us condemned and paid for. would have and to their sorrow that they have 'suf- horse to ride on, and his facilities for M. Braun, now of Louisville, is here change for goods at the highest market price. Thanking you for past demandcost if compensation had been Verv Respectfully, fered themselves to be kicked to death travel are tho most simple, and who c he looking after his store. Messrs. John favors, we are ed all of $30,000. Therefore the turnpike by the wildest lot of asses that ever goes his toll is cheap. He cauuot send Sam Owsley, Jr., aud It. G. Denny, of BROS. moperty of tho county would cost our brayed. his sons aud daughters to town twice a Manford, wero here .Sunday wearing required Bhould they be people These men assert, however, that the day, and to balls and concerts twice a their most graceful smiles. Mrs. K. K. construct the 102 miles now in use, purchase price of to the outstanding stock week. They must all stay at home and Hughes has returned from a pleasant fj;;0,000. More thau this, for thin kind would not amount to more than 10 per work. And it is precious Utile sympa- visit to frieuds iu Louisville. Mr. H. E. of work was doue cheaper a he receivts from went down and accompanied her home. half of cent, of its face value. Tlfey assert this thy or assistance that a.'Otuiiii It is now and more than men as are agitatiug this question. Mr. Walter Saunders, a clever young generation as confidently as if it were a well known such our turnpikes wore built n and fixed fact. The assertion is the The, greatest hardspip upon tho poor gentleman of Stanford, wus over Sunday, j aud .Mrs. u. u. aiormes leu Katuruay lor .Maoll'spring of dishonesty, or stupidity. The man is the visit of the aUisBafe to estimate that the cost market value of the .Stanford aud Hits he who upon any persuasion encourag rtinsville, I ml. Master Joe Bice, a hand1(10,000. If would now be not less than tonville roud is about at par; that of the es and increases his visits acts uuder a some little gentleman of Boyle county, of the county propose to con- the people folly and a visited frieuds here last week. luirneea llustonville aud Danville road above delusion and commits a l own thia property, Any one who uunecessarily initself, demand par, and these stocks alone would cost wroi'g. To Chicago via tuk Lakes. The" and justice, if not law creases taxatiou promotes a curse and is greatest trip to the greatest lair on earth . New stock, styles and shades. for it what it would at least $.55,000. They assert just as conthey shall py fellow-maKvery one, and a that fidently nnd openly that the cost of re- an enemy to his ride; Detrutt to Chicago now. Any man coet them to produce it as has been truly said, who tamely sub- in the grandest palace steamers on tue propose anything else is not pairs does not amount annually to who would of taxes becomes Lukes. Picturesque scenery. Returning! man. If anything near $15,000. They aro again mits to the imposition from only an unjust man but u mean crouching down between two go to Chicago direct, all rail; or you can him sit most woefully'inistaken. Three of the "an asj Chicago by rail and return via the , a -- park of conscience let ho has Let every freeman, he he Lakes and Detroit. Berth and meals inhimself and ho will roads having less than "5 miles now burdens." Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, : judgment upon recognize him who propos- cluded between Mackinac and Chicago. verdict, "I Bin ft have contracts for repairs to be done this rich or poor, Landreth's Garden Seed at instantly return the rate from Cincinnati $21 o0 year, which will cost over $250 per mile. es unnecessary taxation as an enemy to Round-tri(via Toledo and boat 0O0 less.) For furan. For here is the case: There This is above thu average, institutions. but will raise society and to free Ten of oO citizens ther information ask and C, H. & D. R. Ua community of fluancallyable thu average coat per mile upon all the Tho most nailing slavery is debt and U. agent, or address 11. O. McCormick, heseare - roads for this year to considerably oyer taxation is a debt, tho moat grievouB tf.r. ft T. A.. C, J I. ft I). H It , Cincin- $15,000; the whole GO .unNew'.Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. nati, O. , - 1100. that can be boruo. mandate of the county contnbder the ii tu (OHBISTIARr !MJ3GHE9 Hustonvillo, Ky. ; jn $:!,-00- 0 l, "" Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 5th .FOR..... coty fellow-citizen- s d rn d, 1 Fancy Grocenes,BreaiCal;es,Pies Candies, Lunches, Fruits, &c, 00 CALLONR.ZIMMER ,,(. THE BAKER. de-b- A Good Meal one-hal- for 25 Cts. , J in-th- ia ..... ..,. AT AUCTION. - 1 . I tax-payin- g court-hous- e ' blue-gras- s Goods Are Literally Given Away. Fair-minde- d i tax-gather- Chance of Your Life. Without Money & Without Price. STEPHENS & KNOX. la-s- t j e - j 1 , dis-hafu-n- ot .' n Read This and Profit by it. CASH ZBTTSIILSrESSS, 1 Hull'-man- g rightH-of-wa- ben rights-of-wa- McKINNEV to-da- y, SEASONABLE GOODS. WALL PAPER tax-gather- HLMSTINE n. 1,000-mil- e Carriage and Decorative Faints for Buggies and Household use. I p public-spirite- d, Wo Bo M(cM)Bli!BT, ' .. ft- - - .v ,t . . t.- - - "f . v',V tfn , I u i The carpenters' strike at Lexington was a failure and many of the men have abandoned the union, which only got them into trouble. The failure of the Kansas City National Bank catches Lexington citizens for s'200,000. The Xorlhrup Banking Co., of the same city, also failed. Sturgis T. Dick, member of the banking firm of J. R. Dick rt Co., Meadvillp, I'a., committed suicide by shooting himself, because a tun on the bank was Kditok A. A. Lewis announces that- made. his connection with the Somerset RepubRichard 1. Roughton and Fred Rawlican has ceased and that unless arrange- lins fought a duel to the death at ments can be made for its continuance, Ga. One was shot through the which is likely to be done, the paper will head, the other through the heart, and Messrs. CM. Facklerand liraham suspend. Bro. Lewis extendi consola in a few momenta both were corpses. Price obtained a certificate as to their tion to his newspaper friends by saying honesty, probity and good demeanor on that he will coutinue in the business at HUST0NVILLE. Monday in the county court. This pre some other point, not named, however The new Baptist church at Rocky paratory to applying for license to prac overwhelming republican With such an population as I'ulaski, it seems that a Ford, in Casey, was dedicated .Sunday tice law when quarterly court meets paper of that politics ought to live com- and quite a number of our young people next Monday. fortably there, but the retiring editor were present. Rev. I. S. McElaoy, who recently reMr. J. M.Cook has the beat garden iu ceived a call from Lexington, Mo., aud Bays that for the last ten months the paper has been run principally at his own t)wn. He has had corn for several weeks had about made up his mind to accept expense. The trouble is the republicans and his potatoes are actually too large to it, informed the Intuiuor Journal are not a reading class as a rule, many of eat. The other vegetables are fullv as that his Presbvtery had refused them from necessity, not being able to good. to release front itfl jurisdiction and that Jim Allen has a splendid tobacco he was now so ceitain that he would go read. crop on the creek near town. A portion to Missouri The World's Fair directors and the ex- of it runs close up to Main street and it Joe Pennington, Robert Gash, Ru-fhibitors have entered into a scheme to makes our town nresent the annearance Brown, Roy Livingston, Joe Harris get their big show advertised. It is to of a village, rather than that of a small-size- d and George Sleet, colored boys of variBend the editors of papers of good standmetropolis, ous sizes, were each fined ilO and costa ing free transportation and Pullman car The large chimney recently built to by Judge Caldwell Friday evening. They accommodations to the Fair and when Mr. C. C. VanAredale's mill, which through Squire J. J. Craig's corn they come to treat them like royalty. takes the place of the old smoke stack, went field and broke and cut down a considThe big pot is to be put into the little helps the looks of things greatly and beerable quantity of corn for pure one for their benefit and nothing left sides gives the mill a much more subundone to impress them with thu mag- stantial appearance. A charge of unlawful cohabitation nitude of the show. Then the scribes Some one here has originated the against Ellen Einbry and Elijah Dunn are expected to go home ami turn their idea that a wooden toothpick stuck in DEATH'S DOINGS. was dismissed in the recorder's court papers into advertising sheets for the the middle of a plate of butter will keep Friday morning, the parties signifying The wife of Milton Reynolds, who Fair. A half a million will be raised to tlies away from it. It really does the their willingness to marry, which they had been ill a long time, died Sunday, carry out the scheme. work and a cheaper remedv could not did a few minutes later, in the county aged 15. have been invented. clerk's ollice, Rev. Benj. Kincaid, of the Mrs. Salina Hampton died of para'White stockings for feminine wear are Rev. Salin, the converted Jew, who colored Presbyterian church performing of her ysis Sunday, at thu residence cominu into style again. There are sun- held a protracted meeting in Stanford the ceremony. adopted son, Peter Hampton, aged objections to them. One is they dry several years ago, is conducting an interDennis Dailey, a youug unmarried years. She was a member of the make the limbs look smaller, which in esting meeting at the Baptist church man, while blasting rock at the quarry Christian church for years and an exmany cases are small enougti already, here. Large crowds attend each set vice near Cecil's trotting track, Thursday ev- cellent woman. She adopted Mr. Hampand another that they will increase laun- nttd much good is being done. ening, was badly injured by an explos ton when he was six months old and dry bills. A black stocking tells few The young people enjoyed two de- ion he was not expecting to take place. was always a true mother to him. He tales of dirt. The while is a dead give lightful parties last week. One at Miss- He was bruised and lacerated iu various repaid her kindness by caring for her in away and compels cleanliness, which is es Bertha and Edna Merges and the oth- parts of the body and may not recover, her old ago ami making iter declining! next to Godliness. er at Misses Sallie and Lena Goode's. He is a nephew of Mrs. Mullany, who years peaceful and happy. The remains Persons who have not just claims for uotu ar highly spoken of by those pres keeps the toll gate nearest Danville, on were interred at Rush Branch church the pensions they are drawing had bet- ent. A mce lunch was sorved at each the HuBtouvi'le pike, and is a young yesterday, after a Miuit servicu by RevJ ter stand from under. Dr. Walton, agent place, which always adds to theenjoya-blenes- s man of excellent character. Dr. Bogle W. E. Ellis. of such occasions. dressed his wounds. for Kentucky, notified 45 of their susDock and "Brother" Drye are daily Nashville, Tenn., March S, lSW.-- Um Lightning struck Dunn & Surbei's pension, in two days, by order of the deworking their baddle horses on Wig-- h store at Junction City, in which tho Stockton Medicine Co, Nashville, 'I eiui. bepartment, and the work has hardly Uentlemen.- -I had Sciatic Rheumatism, un's track, near Moreland. They have is located, Saturday afternoon combined with nervousiiecsand iiiHofn-nigun. Let it continue till the last frauda lot six weeks, and having heard of ulent rascal is forced to relinquish his splendid stable and say they will take at 2:30 o'clock. Sherill J.M. Bailey, Geo. in a few blue ties at the fair at your Rowsey, Ed Hamner, John Mann, Jus. so many persons being, cured of nearly treasury. hold ou the town. The former gentleman will ride Surber, G. A. Dunn and others were every disease by tnking Stockton's AntiGeorge F. Anderson's King Chester in present and were all more or less shock- septic, I concluded to try it, and the is said that 11 of our 13 Congreed-meIt result was wonderful. It gave me almost will vote for the repeal of the Sher- tho $300 saddle purse ring. ed, but not sufficiently bo to prevent instant relief, and in live days I went to Tho wheat crop that has been them from consuming their rations, my office. I take great pleasure in rec man law, making tho purchase of silver compulsory. The other two will doubt- threshed shows a pretty good yield and which they have managed to do up to ommetiding it. Respectfully yours, It K.Morton, less swing into line in time to avoid tho tho wheat is of fairly good quality. Tho the present time. But little damage was :tlj N. College street. deluge. The people have harped and market price is 50c and tho thought of it done the building. Send for book on Microbe Theory, free. their representatives must dance or re- makes the farmer, who is somewhat adJohn Durham, Jr , of Shelby City, u Sold by A. It. Penny, Druggist, Standicted to complaining any way, wish he brakeman on freight train No. 39, south- - ford. tire from the ball room. post-ofiice New-Britai- she told her sister of it after her engage ment and that she forgave her on the promise to cease hersinful course. It is almost needless to say that the publication has completely taken the wind out of Capt. Kerr's sails and driven his stauuchest friends in Bourbon ami Fayette from the belief that he was u much persecuted man. The whereabouts of Mrs. Howerton are still unknown, tho' it is asserted now that she is in Boston and will never visit Kentucky again. other methods known to the seducer," be nominated. The prohibs will have a he overcame her and that the illicit love candidate. thus begun continued up to and during The L. iv N.'e gross earnings were her engagement to Mr. Howerton, a 522,399,71)5, an increase of $l,U5t,074, and number of vears afterwards. She savs the net earnings ?s10.l,0.)-- ', au increase of S5S7.-193- ftnv la olt I h.id not spent his time and money on A few weeks ago when it that money-losincereal. was rumored that he was to marry he , Squire McKinney, an eccentric old ap negro of deny it with place, has the unenviable July IS, 1H93 took the trouble to air. Well, ho an not reputationthis being the dirtiest creaturo Stakpokd, Ky., is of parently injured going to marry the lady with whom his in Kentucky. It is a well known fact name was first associated, but it is now that he has not changed his shirt for a W. P. WALTON. authoritatively announced that before clean ono but onco since last Summer the extra Beesion of Congress convenes, and that he has never worn, even in the lie will take to himself a wife in the per- coldest weather, a vest, an overcoat or son of Mrs. Louise Scott Wing, widow of socks. The parsonage built by the Christhe late Hon. Kumsey Wing, who died while minister to Ecuado. Mrs. Wing tian church is a credit alike to the town, lives in Louisville and is described as a the church aud the people generally. "Kbmkmukr the Sabbath day to keep 7ery handsome and elegant lady. She The aged pastor, Elder W. L. Williams, it holy." The directors of the World's is a thi'd or fourth cousin of her pros- who has served the church so faithfully Fair tried toignorethiscommand, which pective husband. and long, now has a delightful place to was given with the other nine away spend the declining years of a life filled back yonder in Moses' time, as well as The General Statutes have been to with usefulness and good, and the old the prayers and appeals of the Sabbata- changed by the legislature and the re gentleman feels amply repaid for all he rians and other strict constructionists of quirements of the new constitution that has done for tho congregation, which althe Word of God, but fate was against a new edition is imperatively necessary. most worships him. them and the dollars and cents have set- The law makes no provision for its comMisses Catherine Young and Edith tled the question that neither of these pilation, so the work has to be done by Kerchevel, of Covington, are boarding at could influence. The Sunday opening individuals. Judge Barbour, of the Supe Mrs. Joe Huffman's. Mrs. H. R. Cam of the bi Fair was a stupandous failure, rior Court, and Hon. John 1). Carroll, of nitz, who had tho misfortune to burn be-i- n bo far as attendance was concerned, New Castle, have undertaken tho job her hand very badly some time ago, is pay the runuing ex- and the book will be put to press in Sep getting on very well. Miss Mattie Jones, insufficient to penses of thu day, so the directors met tember. Most of the acts of the Getter of Lexington, is the guest of Miss Lena gain and decided 24 to A to open no al Assembly go to effect Oct. 3. Goode. June Reid, of Knoxville, is at more on the first day of the week, comhome with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. he Tux absurdity of our pension laws and H. Reid. Mrs. John Dinwiddie is visit-id- g monly known as Sunday, after the last, which was expected to draw a large their looseness is demonstrated in the hereick sister in Harrodsburg. H. crowd, because the receipts were to be application of a colored woman serving a B. Hocker has gone to Marthis Vinego donated to the families of the firemen term in the Kentucky penitentiary for yard, off the coHst of Massachusetts, in 75C Who lost their lives a week ago. We are killing the husband for whose services search of health. Misses Dugan and not fanatical on Sabbath observance, as in the war she now wants to get a pen Hocker, of Parksville, have been visitthe Good Book tells us that the Sabbath sion. A special examiner says there is ing Mrs. W. B. Bruce. Geotge L. Tay was made for man and not man for the nothing in the laws to prevent the grant lor and family, of Texas, are visiting the Sabbath, but there was no especial rea-B- ingofit. Messrs. Allen. Miss Louise Culbertson, for the opening of the Fair on Sunof Covington, is the guest of Miss Edna NEWSY NOTES. day, as it is open six days and nighta in Camnit, Gov. Brown vetoed the long and unthe week, and the directors might have DANVILLE. hearkened to the prevailing public sen- popular charitable institution bill. ' Three cases of yellow fever are rewas dead against it, if timent, which Danville men organized a lodge of they were disposed to shut their eyes to ported una vessel in quarantine oil' the Kuights of Maccabees Thursday night the observance of the ten command- Virginia coast, SO miles from Norfolk. : Only 35,000 people attended the at Burgin. ments. ball club from FrankA colored base World's Fair Sunday, although the proMb. Howbkton has been forced by the ceeds were for the dead firemen's fami- fort defeated the Danville club here last Tnursday and Friday. monumental bluff of Capt. Kerr to pub- lies. bound, on the Cincinnati Southern, fell Following is a poster on the corner from his train Saturday afternoon about of his wife, which lish the confession The Louisville Southern will go into was made in the presence of Revs. Blan-to- n the Richmond Terminal reorganization of Main and 2d Btreets: "2 Bonis For 2 o'clock, near Faulcotter's Station. One and Rutherford and signed by her. on the terms proposed by Drexel k Mor-gi- Rent on Secken Flor at A. Pink." foot and knee were badly cut and bruisMr. John H. Lucas, a prominent ed. He also received several painful In substance it is that during her Bister's and a native of wounds about the head. He laid where illness more than 20 years ago and when Hon. W. H. Knochs, Representative lawyer of Kansas City, house for her in Congress of the Tenth Ohio district, Danville, is in town. He is a son of the li fi.lt. unable to net UP. until the next Biewas 18, ahe kept brother-in-law- , where by "persuasion, was foil i.d dead in bed. He was a re- late Win. C. Lucas. train came by, when he was seen, taken Union services will be held at the aboard and brought to Danville, where familiarities, dallyings, pettinga and publican. bunilay. Ser- Dr. Dunlap gave him the necessarv at of love and promises of marMercer instructed for Hon. W. W. Methodist church next S. Kendrick, of the tention. It is thought he will soon be riage after her Bister's death, with the Stephenson for the Senate and he will mon by Rev. J. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal j fa tnaor devilish sly. & ? Tltr-irt- g CHANCE OF A LIFE of. TIE. l-'2- 6 OB 8 PAGES. ever iinown. Bargain Sale ever heard The most perfect demoralization of Dry Goods, Clothing and, Shoe prices lugiit aiieaa of you is tiic beginning or a wecli of ttio greatest other Dry Goods reduced to half their former prices. We also put in this sale our line of Lace Curtains, which will be sold at 50c, Toe and $1 per pair, worm aouotetne money, we nave an snaacsof surai, and. figured China Silks, which will ue ciosea out at ooc, wovtii oc. we wuu pui m this sale fifty dozen Ladies' Vests al 5c, worth 10c and 15c. Our full line The handsome line of Summer Dress Cloth at 7 worth 12 nicbline of Ch'dlics worths l'oc and 10c. at 5 c: India, Linens and l-2- c, c; a all GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS and Children's Shoes, : will also put in this slaughter sale. Handkerchiefs at 5c, worth double the money. A full line of Outing Shirts at 25c, worth 50c, and our elegant line of'Neglige Shirts with laundered collars and cuffs, which were sold at and $1 in this sale atj;0c, and our better grade which were sold at $1.25 andl.yO, go at 7jc. Remember the prices ou our on Men's, Boys' guarantee ever. Are cut in half. cJieaper than we will THE LOUISVILLE STORE. ? Ovr Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing will be sold All we ask is to call on us before you buy elsewhere and, to save you money, A. UHBAJVSKY ft CO. THE 1IEST PLACE TO 1IUV n. Wall A. Paper ! R. . - Sauu-dersvill- e, Christian church. Jim Walker, a colored boy, who has been in jail ten weeks on a charge of stealing a pair of pants from P. A. Marks was tried Friday evening before Judge Caldwell and acquitted. Dr. L. S. McMurtry, of Louisville, is here on a brief visit of recreation. Mr. Allen Blankenbaker, of Iouteville, is the guest of the family ot Mr. E H. Foi, on Lexington street. at Shelby City was The robbed one night last week of stamps and a small amount of money. Tools taken from the shop of Dick Powell, a blacksmith, were used to effect an entrance. W. H. Hoons, 55 years old, was shot in tho arms and painfully wounded in the knobs back of Junction City Sunday by T. McAnuelly. The shooting was the result of a quarrel, the particulars of which have not been obtained. out again. All new stock and latest designs. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Sat-urda- v us devil-men- t. Don't miss the ;300 saddle htallion purse on the first day of the Fair, Thursday, July 27. Wood bought in the West Prewitt of butcher cattl" at 2jcand End a bunch a lot of hogs at 5 to c. Jake Bonta, of Mercer, says he is going to keep his wheat crop ol atioitt 2.000 bushels till TOecan bo gotten for it. Robert Pool, who drove Dan Wilkes first heat of a race at the recent the Conn., meeting, is 8.5 years old. A T. Martin bought of M. I. Ester a OI EVERY DESCRIPTION. yoke of oxen for ;'.H); of John Martin a vokeofsatnofor 50; of Bill Padgett a Call and see them before buying.' Everything in the grocery line fat cow at 2je and a milk cow for ?I7 50. Kenfor sale cheap. Rudolph," the winner of the tucky Handicap, won the Columbian w...,,:.. mid made the t 5l,1 and $20,000. The world's record of olds were 5 to against him. Danville Coi iit. Yesterday was Cut-Pri- ce court day at Danville, but U looked inoie like an ordinary Saturday afternoon, so small was the crowd. Some M cattle On goods in every department will begin this week at were ollered for Bale, but only about half were disposed. Butcher htntl was slow at 2c ami a few fat cattle brought 2f to 3c. Four plug horse sold at i!" to5S. No mules were offered. A nice line of vests will be placed on sale at toe, worth ic We are neither a prophet nor ll e and 20c; nicer quality at a little advance. All brands of Calicoes go sou of a prophet, nor are we blessed at 5c; Masonville aud Lonsdale Cottons S',c; best io-- .j Hleachcd with an unusual amount of "ho seni-e.Sheeting 22c. We have aLso received a new lot of Millinery and can but mark this prediction. Naboth, the open your eyes on prices. Don't fail to get a pair of those sample Walsingham stallion, owned by Messrs. Shoes at cost before it is too late. We will continue to give our cusJ. K. A M. S. Baughman, will be a rec- tomers a handsome Crayon Portrait with every SioVworth of roods ord smasher this year. Ciit Davis, who Ask for a card. is handling him, writes that he had been workitig him easy until Thursday, when he stepped a couple of miles in 2.20 and indeed and 2:KSl. This is phenominal on any fast track. h equal to a 211 gait Harrodsburg'B track, it will be remembered, is between and 5 seconds plow. Naboth will certainly do to bunk on. PENNY. BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, THE BEST MAUI. WATER : COOLERS, FARRIS & HARDIN. : (Miii-ML'- 1 1 A : Great : Sale The Cash Bargain Store to-day " B. F. JONES & SON. 1 TRUUKS! In Square or round top, zinc or canvas, -- And- Mi-o- TKI.K8COP1EI In canvas, rubber or leather. H. J. McROBERTS. r'WjWijT Call and see our NEW PROCESS STOVE. Saves time labor and post-ofiic- e a, expense Guaranteed to be n PERFECTLY SAFE. And to give satisfaction. M ft l W. H. WEffREN & CO. At s, - Ph 1 1 i ' a- - Ja :,:fc . Jifrftsrto&.i Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal July 18, 1893 Don't forget tho Stanford Fair. Danks has on liiitul an elegant lino of " diamonds. Sailoii hats for tlie Fair at Mrs. Courta'. Gatcii Him Hiiily 1'. T. CRAB ORCHARD. V K MeHrs. church Saturday and Sunday. er have increased the reward for their .Mrs. Dr. Kstes is with her parents Ice cream freezers low down at A. A. horse and -tliif to ?I00. here. Mies Hettie Harris is much imWarren's Model Grocery. proved in health. Willie Brooks ifi with Tiik Kansas City Hanks aro going to K. C. Walton, Business Manager Mason's rjunrt jars o cents a piece at pieces, but private information is to the his mother, enjoying a few days of " rest. A. A. Warron's Mode) Grocery. effect that H. W. Hockcr's bank, thu Tho membersof the Christian church PERSONAL POINTS. This is what wc are mak'ing our house We arc determined Fni'iT jars, tin cans, Beating wax, ex Metropolitan National, will pull thro' at the earnest request of their pastor, all right. Much of ita htock is owned Rev. Hriney, have decided to hold com ia (jultu sick. rubbers, Ac, nt McKInncy Uros'. tra Mies Jui.ia I'kvton munion services every Sabbath. All tire here. Mils. T. 1). Hanky ia visiting in Danmembers are requested to attend Wanted. A young lady experienced ville. , ami communion service each James KiNNAiKi) sold at public auc- -school dry goods business, at the Louis SundHy. M. F. Xoimt, Kan , has ruturned from in the tion Bt Danville yesterday IS shares of ville Store. Rev. Hriney was with friends here the Hell circuit court. Hoyle National Hank stock as follows: last week. He has done a great deal of Mim May Adams, of lirayB, ia tliencet I'i.acb your orders for coal now bo as Five shares to T. D Knglish, as agent, at good for tho church by mixing around of Mies Annie ShankH. to get the benefit of the low summer 1S'J 25 and live at JlbU 50, and eight to with the members. Last week he suc" Mas. St. Olaik is back from a month's rates. HiggiuHiV Watts. ceeded in reconciling two of our profess- At whatever sacrifice it may take, and aftcj the repeal of the SherNicholas McDowell at 1(M). ional men, who had not sooken for 14 man law to begin on visit to the World's Fair. years. We aro much rejoiced at the recTiik various privileges of tho Fair, K. II. Jonk?, of Pineville, was hero visDurino tins Fair next week tho onciliation, as both men stand high, and which include dining rooms, iting Ids mother and friends. Stanford Gold Rand of IS memin lemonade stands, horse feeding bers will bo assisted by Capt. Thomas could do oo much good of their church.is Mils. It. G. Hah. and hoii, cf SomerHet, Mrs. S. K. Owens, Augusta, Ga., and hitching and parcel room will be Richards, Dr. Leo F. Huffman, James T. visiting her Inother, Mr. S. A. Middle-ton- , re visiting Mrs. O. D. Wearen. whom she had not Been far 20 years. MipbKhma Kno.v, of Hoyle, is visiting sold at public auction at 2 i m. Wednes Carson, A. G. Hulnnan, A. A. Warren, our 35c Frencli Ginghams day, July 10, "),'. For particulars write I). R. Carpenter, and other members of Mr. George Harris started out as a drum- Our 20c French Ginghams down to her slater, Mrs. G. V. Stephens. mer boy for a Cincinnati firm last week. down to 20c, our 15c ginghams down to 10c, and so with every thing to K. C. Walton, Sec'y, Stanford, Ky. MlssSuK Kout has heen iinito sick at thu old band, and also by Mr. James II. He has fine business qualifications and reliable, so wo wish him that pertains to Summer. Luster coats, light colored and light weight Mr. J. B. Owens', in Harrodsburt;. Idol t PitoiToit, the Danville hewing Calvert, of Junction City, constituting a is steady and in great success his present work. Mr. Cassimere suits, Ladies Oxfords in tan and black. Miss Klla May Saundkiis is now a machine men, seem to have a hard time full band ol 25 or :0 pieces, and the muKb Higgins, the popular drummer, is entialeslady in Stephens & Knox' store. with their agents. One is in jail here sic will bo an interesting featrre. joying himself with friends here. Miss Mita. F. M. Anhi.ky is pending thu for (dealing from them and now they was the Mamie sound mighty well. guest ofCurrey. ofA. Lancaster,last week. Fhek Tciintikkh Mrs. W. Carson heated pull at Capt. O. 1'. Kly's, in Knox have put E. L. Dawson, formerly a n fact, the human family is so conBtruct-eMiss Nan Harris, of Lancaster, was with county. -school teacher in Garrard, in hoc at that anything free, something for Mrs. J. H. Stephens. Mrs. Maggie Sis-p- r Straw hats and every thing for summer goes. We begin early so we Miss Bkwui T. Kniii.kma.v, dntiKhter of Mt. Sterling for the same oilense. returned to Francton, Ind., Fridav, can make room for Fall Purchases. Our store room is very small and nothing, is always a desideratum. Let Mr. G. 11. KiiKletnan, is very ill with is a candi- taking Miss Belle Sigler with her. Tlie we must have the space. Come and come early. Tiik L. & X. will sell round trip tickets somebody announce that he erysipelas. latter will be missed in the church and from all stations between Louisville and date for thu legislature on the platform Sunday school, for she has been a faithMibsMarv Kimiohi:, of Glasgow, was everything shall bo free railroads, ful attendant. the guest of Misses Nellie aud Lfezie Ix)ndon to Lebanon Fair at one faro for that turnpikes, hotels, livery stables, newsparound trip. Tickets ou sale July !!l to Slaymaker. NEW ADVKRT1SEMENTS. pers and what not and he will be electDn. A. S. Prick and Albert Severance 2S inclusive, good returning July lth. Will also run anpecial train leaving Row- ed surely, if he can find fools enough to left Sunday for a tendaya' sUy at Hock U. 1$. KING. GEORGE B. PREW1TT. land at 7.110 a. m., July '2' to 'JS, return- believe he can really accomplish what Castle Springe. COAL r.romlBefl. Mas. A. 11. Johnson, of Louisville, is ing leave libation each day alter the he Of Uowltnd, Stanford and Vicinity Only Two First. Out of the .51 pervisiting her parent, Mr. and Mrs. Joe races are over. W. W. Penn, T. P. A. llavinp made arrangements with the East for comH. Kout, at Rowland, IcIlicuCnal Co., am now prepared to lell Tiik open air concert given by the sons who took the examination MORELAND, KY., ss you Jelllco Coal at the lowest possible marlurks the rniformed Stanford Gold Hand Friday mon school teachers, two received Tiik kids stormed Mim "I find that by palnc cash and selling for We have opened up a nice line ol 11 third and gin. certificates; 8 second; other night and Imdn merry time court- evening was greatly enjoyed and drew a cash can tell much cheaper, so come and see me how little money wilt buy your Winter 13 failed to pass the standard required ami see ot ing, dancing and eating. supply large crowd composed not only of Stanthis Coal, the best on the market Mi:nsi-vHoard. The examiners for Thanking you for put favors and soliciting a has been spend- ford people but of a good Mim Luie mauy country by thu State cintinutince of same I am vourt. county aro very painstaking in ing a few days with her friend, Mias folks. The court S I) ADAMS, Rowland. hi use yard was to an Lincoln seeing at all times Ethel Wright, of the West Knd. HAVE extent illuminated, thu weather was per- regard to the grading, Miss An.mkGhkkn accompanied Mr. fect and the boys We paid spot cash for thesejgoods bought them where wc could get that fairness is showii to all applicants in their handsome J. S. Hughes to Kock Castle xprings yes- uniforms fairly outdid themselves. They and also that tho State is properly pro- 100 Valuable Town Lots and 100 the most for the least money. Hardware was bought in car load lots, Acres of Valuable Lands, one pretty well terday and will Bty several weeks. which enables us to make very low prices. Salt Si. 70. had veiy thoughtfully arranged comfort- tected. It Bcenis to take K. OiiMMiir, who wan hurt in able upon tho common school branches to All lying alonside of depot machine shops and Mr. J. Miss Lizzie Myers has opened up Dress Making over our store and for tiiu ladies, who heartily seats The yards at Corbin. Will sell at a bargain, al the Junction City collision a month ago, enjoyed tho treat, while tho male mem-ber- s pass tho present examinations. separately, or would exohanire for a invites her friends to give her a call. no WIieiipd I arm. superintendent says that the was able to go to Ixiuisvilte yesterday. Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you of the crowd got as close as possible county D T. CMKSNUT, ia even more strict in its deschool law Corbln. Ky. 40 (w Miis. II. T. Haiuiis and daughter, Mrs. to the euchuutingt ') music. money. mands than tho old. So much the betT. II. Saunders, of Louisville, arrived fcifWe arc opening up a splendid line of Millinery. Kn.i. Him. Jim Hrown, a ter for tho children who are to bo the Coildn't Saturday and are guests of the ('olley colored member of the work train force, real beneficiaries. House. HORSE AND "BUGGY STOLEN. got drunk as usual Sunday and jumping TexMits. J. S. Aumstkom., of Dallas, with H !.!. Frank Perry, charged Saturday to Lancas- on No 21 came to Stanford, where his complicity in thu murder of Ike Helm at Dark hay horse, almost brown, blind in right as', parsed oil of eye, almost 16 hands high, ia yearsold, her parents, Capt. ami Mrs. wife lives. Hit applied for a pass to go McKinney, had an examining trial yc ter to visit hind leet from sitatches lluggy Running gear, back to his train and being refused he moke color, except single tree whith i black F.J. White. terday before Judge Yarnon. It was llody black, a S'liiarr cut nt ot inside of dah C. L. Chow took the train here Satur- got on 2.5, hut wa put oil" just beyond bIiowii that ho had no direct connection two Inchei. square The above reward will be paid day for Catnpbellsville, where he will the Rowland yards. He seated himself with the killing, his difficulty with the lor3,ret rn ot property and tonvictioti 01 tnie' JAMES I' IIAILFV, KEK, handle the reins over his and J. 1. on a tie and when freight train No. . negro having censed several moments JS 0 Stanford, Kv. came along its pilot struck him and i Crow's trotters. before Odie Paul fired the fatal shot. He Mks. Gko. II. lint's k and Mis. W. O. knocked him silly. He whs brought and the negro fought over the charge REPORT OP THE CONDITION Park were here yesterday, returning home, where Dr. Peyton pronounced that he had driven the horse too hard, from the funeral of their niece, Miss hiscAse a severe one of concussion of the and Perry swore that when he knocked THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE. Nellie Koyslon, at Lancaster. Tho lat- brain and lung. He is badly scarred him down with a chair he was advanc- In the State of Kentii' ky, at the olou of business July it, iwj. ter went on to Mlddlcsixtro. Mrs. Hruce about the head and shoulders and re- ing towards him with a drawn knife. mained unconscious for a long lime, but U with Mis. II. J. MeKoberts. RKM)UKCI".S. Tho other witnesses said that Helm had Miss Ji:nnik WkhT, of this city, has revived yesterday and it is now thought a knife in his hand when he got up, but I.nalls anil dixoullts ?oS,6fi5 M again been employed by the hoard of lie will get well. i,6ji 8 they did not see it before. The doctors Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.... .. . u,y of Ikiuds to secure circukltoji I' trustees of the White Oak school-housseWk have received through Manager F. testilied that the lick could not have u,-- ) 74 in Lincoln county, for the next term J. Campbell, of Rock Castle Springs, riously injuied tho negro, and defendant Hue from approved reserve agentJ 4,883 2 Due Irom irther National Hanks. young lady, 7.M) for M r. Sam Min Jennie is an excellent t.ooi Wharton, who was re- was held in $200 bond, which he hasn't One from State Hanks and Hanker , as well as a splendid teacher, and the cently burned out, the proceeds of an given. The judge tried to keep out evifurniture and future, i.soo in expenses P appointment was well deserved. an impromptu entertainment given there dence against Paul, but sntlicient was Current and uther .ind Mxc paiJ J '. Cheik cah Hems Democrat coldfor his benefit. Tlioio who witnessed given to show that his was a most IlitU nfiitlier Ikinks o.eir co rraitmnal paper currency, aickeK ami the performance pronounce it a highly blooded and unjustitiable murder. CITY AND VICINITY. a 78 . ieut pleasing one, while all will agree that its lo,74 co Fiikr Tr un pikes. We devote a good 'p.ie object was most commendable. Among 27 and Ukmkmukk the Fair date-J- ulj I.noo oo prepared arti Legal tetider Botes AT- those who took pait were Mrs. Mary S deal of space to a carefully J5. Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer cle by Hon. W. II. Miller on the quesKellai.of Louisville, banjo solo; Misalna 5H'r.etit. f circulation, Ja jo TAKityour repairs to Danks, the Jew-eletion of fieo turnpikes, which thoughtless furry, Cincinnati, violin solo; Mi-IwIhI ..Sl6S5 6 for demagogic purTexas, an Mina Mollie Hetty, people have sprung I.IADII.ITIKS. McKinney poses. It flhows tho utter absurdity of Thy the :'.0 days system Cincinnati, recitations, aud Miss Ada Sso.'""' o from a llnancial I apiul stock paid in Hros. Mitchell, Owensboro, skirt dance. In the proposition, both Suplus fund is.ivoo f) J.S94 30 J. II. his note Mr. Campbell adds "Rock Cas- ami legal point of view, and ought to I'lidivided prolits HiNIiku twine for sale cheap. 11,750 o convince those who aro not beyond the National llank notes outstnudini; Haughman. tle is now in the midst of a grand boom, 81,4,7$ rS power of argument that it is impractical Individual dcioit silbjtx I til chisel... 3,115 g4 per hundred at J. Btages arriving full every night and the aud unwise. If the turnpikes could be line to other National Hanks Rock salt, M cents 1,091 33 weather is peifectly delightful." Due to State Hanks and llaiikei K. VanArsdale's. condemned, ami there are doubts of it, ...$10S,ti5l 3' il50 Rkw.mii. Gov. Hrown has oiler Bince they are already devoted to public lot J W. Ilo- ker, Cashier of the above named Skk those elegant diamonds, cheap, at use, it would entail a bonded debt the Hank, do si.leinnlv ucar that tlir ulwvu statement ed a reward of ?150 for the arrest and Danks', jeweler. to the jailer here of Odio Paul, tho interest, Ac, on which, with the expense Is tine to the best of my knowledge and belief Skk McKinney Hros'. ad. They want Subscribed and sworn to before me this 15th McKinney youth who murdered Iko of keeping up the roads, would nearly to Bave you some money. thrihble taxation. Tho expense of keep- .laj ol July 18 .1 J II. HOCkKR, N. I'. I.. C Helm, the negro, some weeks ago. This T. J KoniNsoN, mid it Dire tors rivvu. Aiiokn, Youii account is due. Please call and is hardly endugh inducement to insure ing up the pikes is enormous ) K J'. Covins very great search, but it may be thu would lie greater if done by the county. settle it at once. A. A. Warren. source of Paul's getting his deserts for Piesident J. F. Cash, of the Huetonville KEPORT OF THE CONDITION Yoi'H account is ripe, ready and wait- the horrible Killing. IM Paul, father of pike, onu of the least expensive in the Wear-e' ing. Please call and settle. W. H. liint woek aiul county, !i:ih jiiBt matle a report to Comi THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, triu imirtJerer, was A Co. j MAM OKI), told vcveral friemlri thnt liU hoii would ty Attorney J. II. P.ixton, showing by HU s 10 surrender iiitiixflf an vourhers it coat over it)0 a mile last year In the Mate of Keiituckv, at the loe of 185 to Hit) nxvite-ineGoon. PittHburg voted hooii July it, i93 Read Mr. Miller's Brticle and you will be so Mr. J. W. died down to noine extent, Itul lit against opening saloons, KI.MJUUCKS. tl or no credence in ni veu the statement. convinced that wo can not allbid to go Hastin writes uk. fiTVit''? 4 VI: HA VK SALE- I.iuusaut! dis omits Dung Paul known too well that he Iimh into the free turnpiko buHintw. Ovctdrafu, secured iiu.l unsecured 34'3 "S It iB semi annual settling time. PleaseI gotten into a very had box and will cer50,000 oj V. S HoihW to secure Circulation CHURCH AFFAIRS. do me thu favor to pay your account. tainly make himself bcarcu in these dig- Stocks, securities, claims, etc.... t4.3s9 " Rupley. need tho money. II. 0. dinH an lout; as he can. 3'4 ' .' Tlie simplest binder made. Itev. A. V. Sr.cinore will preach at Due from approved reserve .iceiits Due from other National Hauls s.'4 at '5 e. m. Walnut Flat next Sunday ThlWTBKN colored persons, all women, 40a at Due from State Hanks mid Hankers Jok Mimiay. A good Bized crowd The Kentucky followers of Schuein-furtfurniture and fixtuti's, presented themselves for examination heard Joe Mnnday'H lecture to men on9. 50 i y37 S" Cement eipensesainl tasiH paid the Illiuoia "Chriat," have for school teachers Friday and aturday. ly at the Conit-llonSunday. Ho a,r;u 97 Or two horse binder. Checks and other cash itw Deering Mower and Deering Hinder Twine. a "heaven" at Lexington. a,ui5 10 Hills ol oilier Hanks Yont account at Yeagor A: Yeager's in didn't mitice hiH wordri in dealing with Call on us for a beautifully illustrated catalogue, "Triumphs of the Klder Joe Severance went to Helle-vu- e, KraitKui.il imper ctirreiiey, nkkels and duo aud ready and they ask that you do delicate subjects nor refrain from tak near Krlanger, Saturday, to hold a .: 19th Century," describing Chicago, the World's Fair, and the big 79 4si cents not defer longer tho payment of it, but in;; a crack at creation nenerally. At protracted mooting. He will bo acaisted Sie. le - $.54 1 Deering works; also a lot of neat memorandum books. It will be to " thu close of hid remarket he handed ettal tender notes settle at once. by Klder Will W allien, of Lancaster. the interest of every farmer who needs machines to see us before buy around the hat himauif and held it to Kedcinptiim fuuil with U. S. TtmsMrar Hev. W. K. Crabtreo and Mr. Farley Will Hays heard We will always be found at the office of the Stanford a, so ing elsewhere. Ciiiikkn Thikvkh. 5 per cent oUJicukuini....... the victim till hu wuh ashamed not to aro conducting a meeting at Turnerh-vill- e, his chickeus tUe other pntdomethiiiK in it. When hu Mills. Roller BOine one after atnrted J9.J" 7 which has brought 8evral into the lotal iiiuht and tired bjx shots in the direction to take the collection ho dared anybody JT. : i.i.nii.ini:s. fold and awakened the community gen- Capital tKk .r.,.i whence the noise came. Neither to leave before he Jasmin 00 not to him. Two young W. II. HAYS, Assistant. . 3l,JOO OU Surplus fund the chickens nor tho thiet were injured , men wouldn't take tho dare and pot up erally. "3 s was nun-I'udtvidcd prolits Fannie Kdwards, the Mr. T. J. Hatcher's to go, when he halted them with tho re4S,eoo evangelist, closed her meetings Sunday National Rink. Note outstanding night and relieved of a doz- mark: "See hero, young ed tho eaine subject to check 7 fellowH, Sam .3J Springs, preaching three Individual National Hanks 5,605 40 en or more fine "frying Bi.e" chtckenH. Due to other Jonea BayB a man who will leave to avoid at Green Uriar of peo- Due to Statu It.iuks and Hankers 1. J 05 sermoiiH on that day to hundreds Tray-lo- r, a contribution will jump a poker game, 100 CO Tiik Kdgewood Distillery, W. H. ple. A collection waa taken up which I.ialiilities other thao above stated Ksq., proprietor, which closed down and if there is anything meaner than amounted to f IS. 47 Total. dial I do not recall it." It ia needless to a few days ago, made this year about '(s55)3 . I VI'A K OK KI'M'L'CKY. A Hearty Welcome barrels of whisky. Mr. Traylor now Hay the rest sat still and boro the CUUHty Of I.IIKOIH, Sir. Munday was to lecture at tho ia nii-.by those of tho Stfioktnn'fl Antiseptic abuse named has on hand about :i,O0O barrels I, John J McRnbetts, eishier-oplace last night on "Got There who have auilered with Dyspepsia or Hank, do suUwnly vir llial that thu above in tho land" and as soon as tho BituiH Is Keceiving His llnest true tolhe best of my knowettije and Lo Kli." There waa no charge, but as Indigeation, for it is a sure cure. It Mops ,cf. JOHN J .MckOlir.KI'.S. Cahior. spell is over will start up again. Mr. hot hiiohh lecturer is not traveling for his fermentation in tuo stomacn ami Try it. Subscribed anJ suvrn to lulur me this nth day : : : traylor tells ub that he has no trouble the nature time to digeat the food. ilKIUll f Jul. '9i J. w- IIUik'HK, r, N. T. 1.. C. whisky, but could dispose health, he hopud.that all who attended It has never failed with others and will 1 S. in selling hiH Directors. could only would contribute as the spirit moved not in your case. Aak A. H. Penny for J. W. Haviis-.vGoods Warranted and a perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. ,Jof ten times ns much, if ho v. Tkiublk, j him. it. make it. and Hock- - Rev. Stout preached at the Baptist THE GREAT Stanford, Ky., huy SLAUGHTER : PEN. 3 to-da- Sunday- I To Close Out Our Summer Goods, I2c, t'nl-forme- d Iutich-Btani- ls, A SOLID GOLD BASIS. Sunday- GLNTLEMEN'S LOW CUT SH0LS. 1 d HUGHES & TATE. TO BURNERS Ten-nt- KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, I first-cla- 1 Dry Clothing retix-ftfiill- 4!.-j- Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, u. 1 Hlue-Or.is- s Ccrretp-mdrtir- e $100 REWARD. KUTC 2t PRE WITT. Elegant New Stock of e, . lUnking-huuse- liar-rodsbur- 7 Rugs, Carpets, Mattings r. s Fur-gitso- n, 1 Severance & Son . Sl I - do-live- "I I ! n lu-r- I nt -- ' The Deering Improved Steel Binders, h, n.tiiklns-hnus- 1 eatab-hsht'- il The Pony Deering Binder. ae I I- -7 K. BiUJGHMAJNT, AGENT. hen-hou- se i!i'M-.il- s -- 1,-- 00 . ..a,' inllic-tion- I J f I stale-nienl- - SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. , . I rsAM r 1. ' - "5p Psiw Semi-Week- i'b.jv-t- "' rfyff;rY'5kyef'q ivj"1? Ffajjav' f" jo centi Fresh Milk, per gallon .10 cents Skimmed Milk, pir gallon.. . S cent! Uutter Milk, per gallon Iwill make two trips dally The patronage ol the J G. A. l'KVlON. pubic is sjhcitei. .,J While in this year of the World's Fair Is a (andlCMe for Assessor of Lincoln county Site Concluded hlio DM Not Want Ulna Hog KnglVh indCtaaslcal tor miles and females. the ntteiidanco at euiumer resorts has nei ruined to the action of the Democratic patty. All. After Noil Then thcro is no hope for me? ther been numerous or early, our crowd Published Evory Tuesday nd Friday : : Kentucky. AT McCLARY W. Jlmul No, Noil, I aut afraid there ia fully up to the average of other N xt rsioti begins Sept cth. iSij The entirse Used Successfully Fifteen Years. IN" ADVANCE not. I think a prent deal of you and S PER ViflA.1 Kentucky resorts and we have at this Is a Candidate for Stiperinti intent ol Public ml teaching thorough, tho buildings and grounds Will disease, expels shall always valuo your friendship, but date peroapa the largest crowd of any School for Lincoln Comity, subject to the action beau'ilul and rntet reasonable. Young ladloa worms,arrest disease, prevent flesh awWhen not opaul $2.60 will be charged. ttop cough, inctcase the and hasten ol the Democracy. hoarded m the College, juung gentlemen boarded I do not feel toward you in the way a maturity, For fuith-- r particulars n dress the 10 boardIn the town I'rices: $j..o, J ,j audio cents per package; girl should feel toward the man she mar- neighboring resort, numbering MILTON KLLIOIT. resident, can $ia 50 The largest packages ate ers, with others to arrive every day duA. GIYENS ries. So wo must say goodby, Ned. cheapest. For sale by K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. crowd ring the present week. and a laro A. R. PENNY, Ned Forever? It a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, sub 97' MMtlnid, Ky Maud Ye, Ned, forever. to come on the 'J 1th. There was never a iect to the action of the Democratic party Train itivoa Rowland at 7:00 a. m returning at 5:10 p. m. Ned (bitteily) This is the second blow time when a more pleasant or congenial SPLENDID FARM The finest fruit bell of New Mesicn. No fall 1 havo received today. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. crowd were congregated at Green Briar ure in crops under irrigation If properly attended Maud You don't mean to say that and the sick are all setting well, and tho to. All fruits grown in California can be grown In New Mrslco, except oranges ami lemons. .......la 7 pm you havo been i)roo.ing to anyoneel-e- ; Mill train going North Is candidate $10 young people, of whom there are a good- thea democratic for Jailer, subject to the action tl Land from Jjj to on per aotsmo to tears' time, at ' .. South i?3 pen party Ned No, but I got a telegram this or address, 6 per cent. Call ..... ti 31 pm Ktprett train " South are having a delightful time. I will tell prlsately my .arm of no acres, IS. l, .SHJIttViS, ' North ' i' morning informing mo of my uncled ly number, Stanford. Ky. ed Ion the West side of tne Htistonville Uisltuat Dan 936 am death. They go to tho creek every evening in Leal freight North .. .. G. wiiepike. iK miles Iroin Hustonv He and within ...Jo;p m soutn. a nan mue 01 ine raiboad station of Moieland. Maud Oh, Ned, dear, I am so sorry. hay wagons ami have a dance every trains alto carry patsengert, The latter I he fltm o the action ol in a splendid .UlM flf .illluall Is a Candidate Th above it calculated on standard tint. Solar Did he-- did he night, keeping it up pretty nearly all the Democracy,for Jailer, subject well Improved svith - dwell n ol ft or 7 rooms! i st it about to minutes faster. necessary outbuildings, iniludmr a good bi.u. Ned Yes, he died very suddenly. unique and dewill sell Millinery day. We have the most .sooiii nan 01 ine laim is sown In grass and Ihe Maud I know, but has he QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. entire place ia well watcie.1 sirable ball room, both as regards conM. EL.KIN, .... AT UNUSUALLY LOWJPRIOES into a rr 1 tarda to suit theand can be vldtd mitrhi,,, Ned No, I don't think ho suffered and location, and it catches the Is a Candidate fur Assessor, subject to the action pcuUrsnrltetoor callon, J P, LAND, Trains pass Junction City as follows: much. You seo he had not been ill very struction ,m money. For the rest of the season Call and sase Mcreland, Ky. eye as well as the heart of every new ar- - of the democracy. fJSoutrcbouiul.- - No. t , Vestibule Limited, 11.50 long. A splendid line ol Ladies' Under eir and Hos. m.: No. J , Chicago Limited, 3.55 a. m. ; No. 5., iery kept constantly on hand, rival. Maud No, of course, dear. But I was New Orlennt Eiptni, 11 17 a. m ; S'o. 7., Local, MISSLICCIK 11EAZLEV, Among our guests are doctors and 12.12 p.m.; No. 9., lllue Grass Vestibule, 8.40 p. going to ask you if he if he Stanford, Ky l preachers' wives and daughters and Ned No, that in tho worst of it. He North bound. No. 1, Vestibule Limited. 6.48 Is a Candidate for Dr. of the Democratic Assessor, subject to the action invalids who were sent hero by p. m. ; No 4., Fast Mail, a.5 , p tn ; No. 6 , Chlga-g- o was quite alone when ho died. There party. Limited, s.ij a. m.. No. S., Local, 2.55 . m.; was no time to send for uny one. Dunlap, of Danville, Dr. Johnston, of STANFORD, KV No. 10, rtlue Grass Special, 6 a m. Maud (impatiently) That was torri-ble- , Cincinnati, and Dr. Chenault, of LouisE. D. McKINNKV, KV wasn't it? (Suddenly) Did ho leave ville. This is su tliclent proof of how t a candidate for to the otficc of Asany property? Green Briar is regarded as a health re sessor, of Llnculn County, subject to iilion of the Ned Oil, yes; about half a million. democratic party. 1 hit Hotel, renovated and rcldrnlthed, It nose I hate bought above mentioned;. Hotel at 6ort by the most prominent physicians in ru) charge and I intend to conduct it so at to Maud And how has ho left it, Ned, and have attached a sot only maintain its high reputation, but 10 add of the land. We have two excellent dearest? W. L. DAWSON, to Its long list ol friends. Special r Firat-Gl&dancing teachers and fine musicians, Ned In Now York real estate. Bar and. Pool Room. commercial travelers and fine roomt for Is a cand dite for jailer, subject to the ailion ol thedliplov of samples. I mean to whom both vocal and instrumental. We have the dunocraiv Maud (despairingly) Hate repaired and refurnished the Hotel and has ho left it.' as pretty a lot of girls as one could desire aiu belter than eter iAIFirst-Clas- s Saloon whom? Oh, to me. of course. to see, but Ned To most remarkable coinciAid MILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attachtd Prepared to Accommodate the Maud Yon poor, dear fellow; 'ou dence is that there is not a single baby JOSEPH COFFKY. Is a.candidatc for jailer, tubject to the action of Public. must feel awful over your uncle's death! or a child under 10 years of age among the old JelTersoulan democracy Ned Yes, he was such a 'jolly old Hpecul attcntionjio Commercial Men. Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., our guests. chap. ! W CHE EN. Proprietor. AnttVftOaf k. two of the best cooks in tho We have Maud 1 feel so sorry for you, darling. JOK CAKSON, Manager Miners and thlppeu of the GENUINE B. MERSHON JfttoMeJy Ned Do you really pity mo? world, Willis Harris, who was chief cook Maud Yes. dearest, from the bottom at C. 0. Springs for years before that re- It a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of the Democracy. of my heart. sort was turned into a whisky cure, and Try it. We are the sole agents lor Stanford Jand Ned And pity is akin to Rowland. Othce corter ol Depot ilrcet and A cream of tarter baking powAunt Lucy Umber, who is fully as good McCORMACK der. Higest of all in leavening Maud Love. (Casts down her eyes n her snecial hue. We have hundreds 6 HIGGINS A WATTS. Is a Candidate (or Assessor, subject to the will of and sighs.) I have returned Itom the cities with a nice line strength. Latest United States Ned Your refusal me and three houses full of ice. the Democracy. of chickens ol Millinery which I will sell for a small profit. of coupled with Goods left over, as fresh as this season's good., Government Food Report. THE P. We give you ice cream and fried chickMILLINERY. this has completely broken me down. from last season, I will sell at Maud (after a pause) Does my refus- en every day, and you can do just as you W. W. HAYS, ROYAL'BAKINCt POWDER 00., ing you make you very unhappy? please here, as loug as you conduct your- Is a candidate lor jailer, tubject to tbe action ot COST FOR THE CASH ONLY, 100 Wall St.. New York. Call at the room and see the Ned Of course it does, because- -: self right. We take no rowdies, no the demociacr The reason I do this Is to rrducr my slock of A. S. Maud (approaching him and putting drunkards and we have none around or goods u: I will be sole to tell out my businsst at the first opportunity. her arms round his neck) And and HAMPTON, I cordially invitr the ladies to call and etamine Stock SURGEON DENTIST. us but nice people. Our terms of if I should accept you, my own .darling, about I also solicit a share ot their nairoo-aymy goods Of Millinery in town the goods and prices nrc board are $0 and il per week, according Is a candidate for jailer, suljcct to the action of n Office over McRobertt Drug Store lnthe MRS. I M. IIHL'CK. would it make you very, very happy inthe democracy. Owsley Building. Manlord, ky bound toplea.e you. to room selected. Come and see us. MRS P T COURTS. deed? Stanford D. G.Slacohtkr. Respectfully, Ned Yes, Maud, it would mako me SAM M. OWENS, XTttw the happiest man on earth, and I'll tell P. S. I will employ another experi you why. You see, my uncle was a enced chamber maid and two or three Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, subrite ject to the action cf the democratic rimary. base at mv place a deep Hay Xlarv with small My mother, Mrt. Kate Dudderar hat ju.t re woman hater, and ho left mo all this more dining room boys or girls. turned Iron the cmet with n elegaut lint of mil star slid tell bind fc.it white, giod tuanc and tall, n. G. stating price desired. property on conditiou that I never lincry, embracing J, hinds high. Owner can gel (her by paying marges I thought I would be able to show O. crKOW ,j LOGAN AVKNUE, OnTrlat. yon how much I love you by sacrificing ALL OF THE NOVELTIES It n candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln courty, t That's a good wav to buy a medicine, but it's .lit;. n..1.. ;AA AAl .,... .1 : : ject to Ihe action of the democratic primary. una ihsiii jw,wu aim marrying you in retty hard condition under which to sell It. .7. H. Of the season, ol which she wi hue lull control noticed that the ordinary bit or the face of his miserable old will. Then She also engaged a sells! gooas lower man any one cue ia Aiwa miss medicine doesn't attempt It. The only remeyou will be mine, darling? town 5 ew stock of bruits esery rnuay. dy of nt kind 10 remarkable In Its effects that it KIKE AND STORM M. Firt-Clas- s Dress-MakeGolden plan Maud (after a longer jwiuse) As I was can be sold on this Asa is Dr Pierce's strength Diicmery Legislature from Medical member saying, Ned, I think a great deal of you, restorer and llesh builder there's nothing like it Is a candidate forsubject to of th Call and esamlne my stock ol Millinery helorr Lincoln county, nomination by Iht dc disease where too much to nllow you to make such a Lnnun 10 medical tcicme.Tn every Dyspepsia, In- mocracy. buying and leave our order fr your dresses. the liver or blxd, as Representing the laultlsin rhankmtou for past favors e soliv.lt same J sacrifice for my sake, but I feel moro digestion, llilioutr.oi and tbe most stubborn I will open on January istn, i3yj a guaranteed affections, it is MAIIV DAVIS Dl'DDKRAR. Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Dairy, Iroin which can supply any quantity ot than ever that there is something lacking. Scalp and Scrolulous benefit or cure, or you hae your HELM Jersey milk to the people of Matilord and How. So, Ned (Vadly, but firmly), it must bo in eerv case to bai.k. monet UAOKR. THOMA" VKAUKR. Manchester, of Manchester. Kti.; JAMKS land Mt ihe lolloping prices, delivered : "goodby"' forever. Brooklyn Life. Is a Candidate t represent Lincxdn county in the To esery sufferer fiom Catarrh, no matter how ling-bee- ly Interior Journal changed her mind. GREEN BRIAR SPRINGS. JOHN M. JOHNSON Garrard -:- - College, DR. JOS. HAAS' & Poultry Remedy F. Lancaster, ttsssssssssssst .! J. Th.9 Foos Valley. DINK FARMER FOR SALE PRIVATELY. -- 1 W. DEBORD TO THE LADIES. 1 I F. 1 -- sev-era- JNO. BRIGHT -- THE GOFFEY HOUSE KENNEDY, Commercial Hotel, JOSEPH COFFEY, Pror. WP1 Pure ' accommoda-tionsfa- M JOHN BAILEY, j-- ll .f I JOHN EMMETT MILLINERY. Original Jclllco Coal. 0.. e pox-offic- PRICE, PETER Largest and Best Selected e. CUTERAX. STORX, Kentucky, C. D. POWILL, Millinery. I I- - mar-Tie- d. T. NEWLAND, Stanford, .1 b- - BAUGHMAN, F. NORTH, r. DAIRY. First-Class blood-cleanse- r, INSURANCE AGENT' 1 HARVEY T. 0!l yr. juniuru, ry Notice to the Traveling Public. 1 ".My love" His manner was mildly iwpostuhitorr. Bucklln's Arnica Satva. All ferins basing claims against the estate of "you. who were reared in n for1 he best salve In the world lor cuts, bruises John M. McRoberls. Sr will preient them to me. proerly pioven, and those indebted tJ will sores, ulcers, salt rheum, feser sores, eign land, do not appreciate tho obliga- ped hands, chilblains, cornt and alltetter, chap- plea-- settle at once. skin erup W. II lllCC.IN'i. Kr fITHE t upon an hereditary no- tions and positively curet piles, or no pay requir tions thnt iciv. perieci bility. You do not realize tho necessity ed. Unguaranteed to Trice a centssaimacnac B. HILEY.nProprletor. per bo .F. refunded. SIANrOKD .. that is upon us to maintain the standard or money Penny. Stantord. KyKentucky. of tho aristocracy from generation to w0r sale by A. R. London, FEED SALE STABLE, A Million Frlondd. generation. Wo owo it to posterity" I have moved to my new Hotel and am better ot less A friend In need is a menu inaceu. ami ...- - public, The duko smiled proudlv. areparea man ever u accommodate t su. h a friend in de- than one nullum hae found Good Livery attached and every convenience "to be a constant example to our Dr Kings New Uiscosery ior mhuibi, At John Mjnefee's tv brlc. on Depn.tticit, b tired, uive me a can. .,.,.. FRANK RILEY. 3il fnldi If roil havercver used Ibis progeny." ou 77 V. RAMSEY, L'reat ough Medicine, one trial will ennsince And all that was left for her ladyship thatithas wonderful curative powers in all botthe Throat, Cnestand Lungs, hach mon Whowill atall times be glail to a commodate all was to sit and silently rue tho day sho tle Is guaranteed to do all that is claimed or refused to elopo with her father's coach- ey will be refunded. Trial bottles free at A. R with good rigs at reasona .e rates. My'Hus will 2 meet all K. C. trains. ROWLAND, KV. I'enu) 's diug store. Large bot'les 50c and Ji man. Truth. rNe Alaven, Jim Cox, Greensbuu;. Kates $1 per day. J- M. I'etrey, clerk. Give me a rail. . w. UAKKU.K, rrop. oSity - "What do you menu, my dear?" he At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and nked. have in connection with Hotel one of the best saThe duchess' face flamed w'th anger. loons in the State, open day and night; a night "What do I mean?"' ho scornfully renean meets all trains. In connection with House have also one ol the best Mineral wells in the Matt peated. "Perhaps you have forgotten on Mr. and Mrs and for reference to water, call that you kissed and hugged the cook last G. W. Patrick, Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Erin, Tenn , A. A.Warren, Stanford, Dr. night in tho presence of our young kii." Mrs, T. W. 1. E. Proctor, C II. Ilraum. Mr. and II. Johnson, His grace heaved a tigh of relief. lUnilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. F. Th.9 Sb.9lton House, have had NolIekt Oblige. Fler ladyship's lip quivered. Why" She faltered, mid her voice choked. " do you seek to humiliate mo fore my children?" Tho duko btured nt his wife in r bad the ca.c or bow long atarding, the ssge's Catarrh Ken e.ly say thi "II permanently, v,c 11 we can't cure it, perfectly and pay you 00 in cash " sold by all druggists. pioprle-torsolD- next Legislature, subject t Ihe action ot the mocracy. de- YEAGER & Y EAGER, Pennsylvania Kire, Philadelphia; Ins. Co. of North America. be- nton-ishineu- t. feed Last fall I was taken with a kind or summer I a Candidate fir Jailer of Lincoln county and complaint, accompanied with a wonderfuk diar-rhiwho lives asks hu friends not to commit themselves to any Soon alter my svife'a nsler, STANFOHD, L.Y, with m, was Taken In the same way We used one else, as he is forced to stay at home and work almost esarvlhlng without benefit. I hen I said His candidacy is subject to the action ol the Dem Diarocratic part) We are Ino'T new sta'Jein the (' era lloun let us try Chamberlaiu's Colic, Cholera and Mock and ate well s pltc, it' rhoea Remedy, which we did and that cured us right away I think much of it as it did (or ine : what it was remommended to do John Heria'rr, NEW RIGS AND HORSES llethel, Herks Co , Pa. s and to cent bottles for sale by W II. McR"' erts. Stanford All persons has nig claims agaiiKt the estate of J A. l.ytie will present mm properly prosenio but hrit-cl- is ben pu I h. e indebted to saxl estate Mr J C Itoswell.one ol the bent known anil me for xeltlement nt lll lease Ihe la hie call and sittlc will respected eltiens of Ilremnwood. inot R S LYri.E. A.lmr. ,A sulfered with diarrhua lor a long time and tr ed manv different remedies v about beneft, until CHamLerlain's Chollc. Cholera nnU UM.rn.ea Remedy was ued;that relies ed him at riu-- I or sale by W H ,M. Roberts. Druggi-t- . Stanford ca J. HATCHER uvm, m m staels, icics promptly issued. Will insure against lornt does, wind norms and lightning Lightning tlaus esaiiaihr.1 wltAut additional chugs OAcc at first National Hank. Stanford. All af whuh .ire firsl-ela- ss Companies. I woul4 he pleased to wan is nay friends in this line Pol. Administrator's Notice. .TO' . The Ptople of Stanford AND LINCOLN COUNIV. 'I i'ea. Ciive tlieiu a Call. hanking ITOT1CE during Ihe turning use the Insl imiim. on lor y. ur liberal , (atr.naje for I I tioii Indeed us continuance e espeit an 10 CRAB ORCHARD MANUFACTL'REll f'T these lessons Sfioii. I. institution t ICE, 11 RILEY HOUSE e re-s- 1 . - '',:", J. il SPRINGS. I of ilioleia ju-- hi lamed Summer R.-s- i rt with ns much longer lliaa pond Ice Pourth, an fiililcnu. is liikt(l tor timing thr sear and nothing is to apt to produir or spiead this dueatr as impure water or Ice. b'lflh.u willb rh.mically pi.te, made Ir iu spring water, w huh is hrst distilled and then caielullv filleted heMre being froe.i 1 Sird, Artilnul Ice will last lust It is male l.v a hnnm thel.e is absolutely and (..,. 11 Pro'r., I Healing Waters and EostfvU roundings, Sur- Delivered Regularly and Punctu-al- l t your Doors Ksery morning at the bdlowing Prices. Kor ino pounds or o rr For So pouuds to 100 For 10 to jo Miinds No less than 10 pounds . . 40c per hundred DEALER IN GROCERIES, HARDWARE, II as moved into his new tore at the junction of Orchard and ' puej the Staoford& Crabnow letter at Rowland and is Id both than ever prepared to pleae the trade STOCIC OlfV.CJOO.Urf. PKICJ03, lu added Etc. He has recently pay and ureatly by hi stock bad no loss and having no rent to cheaper than any body, debts t all he can sell you goods buying nd get his prices befrre COME to SEE ME. Having pur haed the Grocery : Business say to our cuiieiit. that br ears We desire City Editor Yon'vo got tho acconnt wehavebeen to selling Dr Kings New Diicotery Ule MornICE of that woman's sufTrago meeting, havo for Consumption, Dr. King's New Hittirs,Pills, Heullhand pleasure seekers will find this and Salve and hlectric llucklen't you? What's that big roll of paper un- have neverArnica l-lemedies that sell as well or lb. haiidleil ing e have giseti nuh unlsersal satlslaction. der your arm? that ,.. j- AN llieiil every timeand i and Rowland, and by to Pit. 70c per Rejiortur What they said at the meet- we .land ready m ifouranttM the purchase prb e II In tanlord 100 lbs to refund lbs and r$c per 100 lbs We are scry ing. results do not follow their use. I hese 50 satisfactory thankful lor past patronize and repectlully reand energies ami recoser their wonted great populinty City Editor And that slip of paper remedies have won theirPenny, druggft. purely quest Its continuance Will deliver I mm lb. up To the same tune set lilthealth homo like fare at at iuiet, on thnr merits. A. R MRS. JANK HARROW A CO. ic yon are twirling in your fingers? Reporter What they did. HuiTulo S. S. Iteaver.ol McAllnterviile, Juniatta Co., Pa , sayt his wile it tubject to cinmii in the Courier. Pr ce f Hoard Irom $7 to in pcr.week. stomach. Last summer tho tried Colic, Cholera Fo further information apply to ami Diarrh.ta Remedy for it and wis much s work Cibmet In tin- - Smne rix. Come to Rowland Ior speedy relief it afforded. She pleased with the CUS HOK.MANN, e used it whenever necessary and found size only fi so per doren Card Si. I will tnaku Times are pretty hard with some peo- Iris sill'never laits ior sale by W. It. McR..beris, neg.itisesat I rab Or hard every Saturday at same Crab Orchard, Lincoln County, Ky. ple. A deaf and dumb man went into 11 that it will take advantage of rates Hoping tbe cltuetis Druggist. Stanford these rales and encourage me in my good works, hotel in Chicago the other day, and seizam, icspeclfully. Mime Dlflorence. Deserving Prnlae. NOTICE at 2c Is Now Open for the Reception of Guests. ADMIRABLE PLACE ,si. prr bundled coc per hundred deliserrd. K. UK KM to Kit Wewill Deliver Every per JOHN H. DcNARDI. 1 Kl-lc- r PHOTOGRAPHS first-clasi)-i1 ! Reasonable Rates. is r Of J W Ramsey, lam increasing ihettockas fast aspo5ible and ill muhi have it Complete in Every Particular. Call at :ny store on Lancaster street and male it to your interest to trade with me I ing n paper wrote, "I nm hungry." The man to whom ho handed tho paier wits n 6tranger from New York. Ho read tho unhappy words and wrote under them, "So am I." Texas Sifting. Directions. FRANK CORDIKR. will - W.C. HUTCHINCS. John K. Stranger (at tho seaside) Can yon tell me, my little man, whero tho Castletons live? Boy When When When Wlien Ilaby wm s'ek, we. give her Cattorl. she. wan a Child, he cried for CastorN. Jlisis, he clun,' to Catorls. she she had Children, he gf vethem Cantorla. Ui-ain- o Administrator's Sale As Administrator with tfi estate of J. II. (ireen, deed., 1 will annexed cf the will 011 BANKS THE JEWELER -- Carriage Painter and Trimmer, All kind of sehielct painted trimmed and re nairtil In style. Pljm and Signs, Satisfaction guaranteed In bothornamental workmanship and price. Shop on main street, ovcr.Wm. lUugheity t blacksmith shop, Stanford, Ky firsi-clas- s 3 MfZZrSo. jfefe - Jst f- JSLSSs ' tiTAKl vn. iy Saturday, July 22, 1893, STANFORD,' : Catieauo. A. G. Ltnhim ROYAL insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&CASTLEMAN MANAGERS, to tho right. Yes, sir. First Saratoga Cloak Review. trunk At thetore house In llustousille which was occupied by J. 11. Green at the time ot his death, sell at piibik vale the called In two doctors, until we used Chamberlal,,', Colic, Cholera Which he had on hand at his death. The stock reand Diarrh.ea Reme.ly. which gave iiniiiejliatebe,t will be sold as a w bole aud conit of Furniture, I t Harness, Saddles. Hridles, Stoves, Repairs fur lief and soon cured him. conscientiously Hinders, Mowera, Plow, .S.C medicine .,. made rnd can colic med- . ,11 whr, need a dlarrluea or A credit of three months on negotiable Terms 15 and 50 note with good security and bearing interest from I K Hare, Trenton, Texas I cine. S,an-lord "Mv little Iniy was very bail oft" for two months witnd.arrhaa. We useif various 'ned'eme'. al burnothlng done him anj Entire Stock of Merchandise Stock, Most Complete Gallantry. Jrvi. &r tm. :entbotlf''"Ieb'' W- - "' IcRober,i - date. POSTED. Tb.s notice forewarns hunters, fitheriuen and our lauds without others not to trespass onbe prosecuted to the per lull mission, at all tukh will Sale to begin at i p. r.i The purchaser can rent the store house, a commodious one, on satis factory terms. All peroiit indebted to the estate muu promptly settle tame and those having claims against it will present tbem tome, properly pro en, lor HOWARD ALCORN, 31 Qf'TfiJu'" 'BBMlWC f m jr.E.bl mm '""l rtt ,a r77sssCTT?TSJr )m -- viyiY o ILVEfWAftf AT- Commerce Building, Louisville "No, mUs, we couldn't think of letting you cross through this dreadful xmid ami slush." Life. ,eateutof,helaw.MS,gnAedmviTz O. C. LYON. R. Hustons tile, J uly ia, iSyj jt Adiit'rJ. II, Oiccu.dec'd Agents throughout the South. T. D. NEWLAND. H. HAVS. KREDHAL'MANN. DR. W. B. PENNY '&nfi&te$$Pr '' flfr w. TBISSLS, Local Affixit, STANFORD, KY. MRS. M. A.MARTIN. J L. IJKCK. T. C. IIALU L.WHITE. Dentist. Office South tide Main street, in o recea acatcd by Dr. L. V Huffman, Stanford, Ky Rock Bottom Prices. Prompt personal attention given to repair Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, work. One call will convince you There arc three of the best Harberi in the Stale There are also excellent llath Roomt run in conthat this is the place to trade. nection. Agent lor I exington Steam Laundry Jk .'Lhi-jf- - . 4,. - jfa94lsM ,. ', fJdlii&ji-SMmjL- ttssfcj