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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893072501 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. ' 1' , t A. 4 Semi Weekly Interior vol. xxi. LANCASTER, 8ARRARD COUNTY. Mr. FREE TURNPIKES. t Journal NO. 42 STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. JULY 25. 1893. tern of free pikes every one would bear ! ills fair share of the burdens. Mr. Miller says It will take nearly $100 per mile to keep the pikes in repair each ' year. I think if there was anything hIf I There In some talk of a party going to tho Columbian Imposition, nut tliu hot weather, the linnl times, the expense o! the trip and the unfavorable reports that have been received throiiKh tbeYreM, have preventeil many who otherwise would have rows from visiting he Fair. Yesterday was county court day, with h smart snrinklinu of people in town; a small hunch of reasonably good cattlH on the market; the weather intensely warm and the ground dry and dusty. No fruit on the trees; not a sign of an apple, and the peaches are few and (ar between. John Weber, of Louisville, has been appointed Indian hat inspector. The government furnishes to each Indian a hat, varying in price from IW to 69 cents each. A big Indian ought to, have a plug In proportion to his rank-- even if it cost a nickel or two more than those selected for the ordinary bucks. When 11 out of 15 ol the banks, of Denver shut up shop, the papers proclaim in Hunting headline, "The worst is over." This Is quite likely. Ami so may the mau whoso house has been , burned, leaving only the say to his chicken coop and kitchen, neighbor, "The worst is over." So it seems the impression is thnt Great llrltaln is likely to get the better of the United States in the Hehring Sea case. The long winded" speeches of the American counsel do not appear to have created a fovorable Impression corresponding with their length. One attorney spoke over a week, and if his breath had held out, would probably be speaking yet. He evidently thought he was a member of the Kentucky constitutional convention and his chief duty was to kill time and make a monkey of himsmoke-house- S.N, y- ., Sergeant Rushes In Where Angels ownton j9 n0w a ' This historic college tho oldest Fear to Tread to AdvocateThcm. west of tho AlloKh.inleq, opons Us soventy-fourt- h besslon Heptomber 13th. fortuot Danville post ofhee and Nearly 1,'JOO Alumni. 5,000 students educated. Threo full courso, Classical, Wai.nct Flat. July '.'!. In your eTB re be n 8,ned bv P0,ne Qnlnntl tin milt Plnnl Itli TrtAi t (to AllUinil a.rt o.fnMM PnMn..n tlHAflliUM twenty-llv- o Hopreontatlvos In Congress, ilvo U. S. Senators, fiovoti Governors or of July 18, Mr. Miller has a long arnear that amount used on the Crab Or-- . States, two of U.H., ono Justice or U.S. Supremo Court. Tho pasts ticle on free turnpikes. He deals in chard will bo no nuisances of any year was tho most prosjtorous In Its history. Twelvo professors In laoulty, Gov. There and Stanford pike, east of the Knott, Dr. Voting and Wurrall. No liquors sold In tho county. sharp language and bombastic stateKor cataloguo and further Information, address Kev. Dr. C. Yotwg, Danville, Ky. in Stanford. Inst, vear. it kind permitted at the Danville Fair this ments, but as to the real question he must have been year no "skin" games, shooting gallerspent last winter in never readies the point. In answering deepening ruts and extending lagoons ies, baby racks, etc.; just an him 1 will not impugn the character or ou said family affair. road. motives of any one, but will try and disMrs. Robert L. Ewell, of Louisville, The Hustonville and Stanford pike, cuss the matter in a fair and manly way ono of is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. W. Guest. the best in the J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. that admits the rights of every free man in order, so Mr. Millercounty, was kept Mies Hattie Shumate is dangerously ill. says, for H)Q per to advocate what ho pleases withoui mile; say ftKX) for ono year for ten miles Mr. Archie Robertson has gone to join accused of all the crimes on the of road. The wife at Cottage City, Mass. 5U1 1893. stock in that road pays his cr'minal calendar, or known among the nearly l per Dan Lyons, formerly a member of ceut. dividend. Where did nl Normal Sch)t leachtit. .Superior cntiret in Literature, Mmic and Full corp of Contervitory slums of llowery. that money como from? Was it given the Danville base ball club, has been ap- An. Eiolienl hoarding department. Catalogue! and circular! fumUhed on application. Can Lincoln county have a system of to Mr. Cash and his able board of direc- pointed to take charge of P. F. Collier's free turnpikes and maintain, them is tors" No sir; it came ntrof the rich and Branch Publishing House, at Troy, N. now being agitated. Some say she poor alike and was a tax more grievous Y., at a salary of 1,500 per year. Adcan't without bankruptcy; others say thau any other that can be levied, for the vocate. she can. She can for we have, the men gate keepers would It is reported on very good authorinot let any one pass TZy. ty that an Knglish syndicate has bought who can manage them as well as other unless the change was presented, even if States do and the men wiio s.iy we can't his family had to suffer. the land about Cumberland Falls, Whitcertainly cast a slur on the manhood of FALL TERM OPENS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH, 1893. Much could be said about the ways of ley county, and will at an early day old Lincoln. Now it will take money to beating gate keepers, but I will close erect an immense power house there, A SC1ICOI. AND HOME FOlt GIRLS. using the falls as a motive power, and make the pikes and where it is to come now. H. Skrukant. advantagci; a beautiful and healthful location. Special course and special Good Faculty; from is the first point to discuss and furnish cities and manufacturing plants inducements offered to those who desire to make teachers. Our aim is to Koinp Koc-k- Texas, July 20. I am in light and power at small expense. A The College has been re ntljr refited, and a College Library, Wall Maps, make our pupils thorough when that is found tho rest is easily setGlobes, Tellurians, Charts, tled. The assessed value of all kinds of Texas, in tho southwest part, and am part of the plan is construct an electric &c, hive been added. M. O. THOMSON, Principal. property in the county is nearly f.",000,-00- doing tho best I can. I left Kentucky railroad from the falls via Jellico and exclusive of her railroad property, the r.'tu of July last and have been in Williamsburg to a connection with the .FOR. which is nearly $1, making, say, Cuba and Mexico, traveled 1,000 miles, Cincinnati Southern. K0O0.O00 of property she has to tax. and have tried to preach '2Hj times. ReMATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Mr. Miller says we can't go in debt over ligion is making a had stand where I 'J percent, of the total valuation and I have been. The strong man holds the The Kansas City courts gave Austin am in favor of slaving inside of that strings and pride and foolishness are at Davis divorce from his wife because Now '' per cent, of that the end. I have found IV2 sects in my she refused to leave Boston to live with amount. amount would be 120,000 and if Mr. travels that pretend to he the church of him at his home. Miller could find us in that fertile drain Christ and will not let Christ in thorn. If The Advocate, which has been of his a way to tax that fltiO.OOO worth God were to come to them He would counting their pretty noses, says there of turnpike stock he claims there is in have to crouch and take oil" His hat and are 33 niarriagable ladies in Danville, Lincoln county, we could easily issue bow to some idol, or back up and leave who are waiting for the right man to bonds for Jl'iO.lKK) and still keep inside of His moral vineyard. If Christ were to come along. the limit. Then with that money we come back in the tiesh He would have to July doesn't seem to be a popular could easily construct 75 miles of new join a Catholic church, Peter would have mouth for marriages. Only one license self. pikes and wait for the charteis of these to join a hardshell Baptist; John a Mis- has been issued bo far. It has been too Why either gold or silver be allow, rich rikes to run out and where the sionary Haptist, or they would send him hot for the thoughts to turn even lighted to disturb the peace, happiness and county owns nearly all of them, buy back to the Isle of Patmos, Paul would ly to love. Orders for Bread by Mail or Telegraph Promptly Attended to. Adtranquility of n people boasting of their them up. In some of these companies have to join a Cauipbellite church, or A Knott county couple, after living dress. R. ZIMMER, Stanford, Ky. civilization ivnd christian standing is not the stock is held by stock investors, who they would imprison him, for he declares together 11 years and raising 11 children, easy of solution. Neither of the so would be glad to part with same at $100 ordinances abolished five times. But and acquiring 000 acres of land, have called "precious metals" can be used for per share. I mean those pikes in the the Sectarians use water baptism for the discovered that marriage is a failure and either food and raiment, anu yet they Hast Knd where I am acquainted with remission of sins, and that leaves the secured a divorce. are treated by saint and sinner as being their market value. Now, Mr. Kditor, gospel of Christ out. So put this in your Harmon Marsh, aged 71) years, of paramount in importance to everything what amount of tax would be necessiry paper and let it be known I am not dead. Jackson, Mich., having lately secured a ou earth and everything in Heaven. The to pay oil' the interest on these bonds L. W. Ska us. divorce from his (ith wife, anuounces conctltutlon of the I'nlted States pro- and pay general expeneee'' Wo now that he will marry again as soon as he In order to One of the most prominent millers vides that Congress shall have- the pow- pay 'J cents on the hundred dollars, can secure a woman who will wed money, regulate the value that is for paying cash for work done in the Northwest says that with wheat er "to coin him. at .')U cents a bushel, tlour ought to rethereof, and of foreign coin, and fix the the county. Now the interest on standard of weights and incisures." Tills CHURCH AFFAIRS. per cent is $7,300 and ? 1,000 tail at $1.73 per hundred pounds. Tho Somerset tells of provision does not restrict Congress to paid into the sinking fund each yesr Elder Joseph .Severance, Jr., will beOur business, ve are daily selling at auction, when the me of gold or silver in coining mon- would make $11,500. That would have the death in Chicago of little Gladys, tl e gin a protracted meeting at the Christian ' pieces of metal 1 ey. Coinage means to be raised on account of the pike infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs II. church at I'reachersville, ou August 10. stamped and made legally current as bonds, $11,500 would keep these pikes in Fiupatruk. Mrs. Fitzpairick was ". i.euiuei Stevenson, lor -- u years a money." There is a provision in the repair and jl.OOO would pay expense of Bertie Hicks, of Somerset. clown with liarnum'sand other circuses, constitution that "No Slate shall coin The Maharaja of Kapurthala, with collection, so there is where the money has connected himself with- - the Salvamoney, nor make anything but gold and comes from and '.'0 cents more ou the a party of officials from India, have ar tion Army at Springfield, Mo. silver coin a lender In payment of huudred dollars will pay it. Now tie rived to auenil the World s It is The Paris Kentuckian says that Kev. Iw. hKir.ill ...1 k.i f llwi f nf U l.ri.f.l.f talith " in nowise atiects the toll paid is u larger tax than that. This is the H. C. Morrison's meeting at (Jurry Oha power of Congress u respect to money only one of his numerous wives. el, Harrison county, resulted in 50 addiWhat do the turnpikes cost Lincoln Fireworks came near causing tie de- tions. It would seem therefore that Congrehs - Mr- Miller tys there are lt.J can make anything a legal tender, and if i countstruction of tlie Manufactures building The Boston Herald siys that the Why miles oi .hc.iuhiiii.cu ruaus mm ue says at the World's Fair Saturday night, :iud this be so, why not try copper interruption of Sam Jones' srmon by a ;1(K) per mile on an average should gold or silver he regarded aH more it Mill cost hereafter if fireworks are allowed ou the! wiudstorndown south looks Iikeu pretDon't neglect it, but come and be supplied almost on eame, which valuable than wheat, or corn, or some- to keep up the repairs grounds hI all it will only be at a cafe ty clear ca;e of Minilia similibus. thing wherewith to clothe the person '' makes ildJOO Now the distance from the big buildings. The board of managers of the Misnumber nearly .'() and they coat about Mrs. L P. Hut.t, of Mankato, Minn ,' sionary Society of the Methodist Kpiscc "Mixed. Slightly $100 a year for each gate, making has collected and classified more thsu p.tl Church has decided to petitiou Conn year. Now add tho dividends and The editor of a weekly journal lately S00 varieties of the wild t'owers of the gress to repeal the Cieary Chinese exlosttwo of his subscribers through acc- salaries and we have nearly $23,000 a State, and they will hj shown in swingclusion net ou the ground of internation identally departing from the beaten track year collected from tho people who use ing vases at the World's Fair. A collecin his answer to correspondents. Two the roads, a sum that would pay the tax tion of 1'" varieties of grasses found in al justice. Dr. Charles A. Itriggs, wlto was deof his subscribers wrote to aik him his necessary to pike all the main ro.nl in Minnesota will also be exhibited. posed for alleged heretical teachings, has troubles thecounty in 10 years. So you tee, Mr remedy for their respective Ten thousand acres of timber have i ef lined to accept a testimonial of 30,000 No. 1, a happy father of twins, wrote to Miller, there is a big pike tax collected been destroyed by forest tires in the vi- ou the ground that the trial has cot him inquire the best way to get them over eich year according to your figures and cinity of Buffalo, Wyo., and the (lames nothing so far but delay in his literary their teething, and No. -' wanted to they are nearly correct, you say. are Mill raging. At Fort McKinney, work and waste of time and strength. from know how to protect Ins orchard Tho pikes now in use were built pait-l- y neur Buffalo, for days past the temperaAfter the first of July instead of selling goods on 6 months' time we The South Kentucky Association the myriads of grasshoppers. The edit by tho county and were chartered for 11 upon the ortho- a period of years, generally ''"), anil ture has been 'J in the shade and from will be held at NewS.dem, Lincoln coun- will present our accounts the 1st or 15th of each month, as suits the or framed Ids answers 1!!0 to lot) in tho sun, and no rain has ty, beginning Aug. 15; the South Dis- buyer. Our idea is to do a dox lines, but unfortunately transposed many of them will soon he out aud then fallen for nine weeks. trict at Junction City, Aug. '22; Tate's names, with the result that No. 1, there will be no need for the county to their We shall soon luar ot National Creek at Tate's Creek, in Madison, Aug. rewho was blessed with twins, read, in purchase their stock. Tho stockholders banks resuming. There are comparaKiver at New but for convenience we extend the above time. We propose giving ply to his query, "Cover them caiefully put their money in for tho express pur- tively few institutions forced to suspend 21), and Cumberland Waynesburg Aug. Ui). our customers the best goods and guarantee to sell you Hardware, lire to them, and the pose of running the road for these years with straw ami bet panic conditions that are not abGroceries, Oucensware, Woodenware, Tinware, &c, for less money jumping about in the and 'the county has the perfect right to under little pests, after A dispatch from Parksville says that solutely solvent. Theso will he able to than you can buy them anywhere on 6 months' time. Our explanafew minutes, will be speedily refuse to continue the same if it wants tiauies a resume whenever common sense takes Widiam Harris, a widower, not satisfied plagued with to do so when that period tion for making the change is that it takes too much money carry on settled." While No. expires and the place of fright. F.vcrybody knows, with desecrating the home of T. McAu-allDuring the i3 months we have grasshoppers, was told to "Give a little no one can say it lias broken a single of hai accepted every opportunity to our business on the 6 months' time. course, that there is not a hank in been selling goods our sales have been much larger than we expected castor oil and rub their gums gently with promise or contract. the world that could pay every dollar it tiuut him upon the conduct of his wife. a bone ring." Boston Traveler. and we arc very grateful for the liberal patronage we have received. Mr. Miller grows very sympathetic owes ou demand. The same is true of Friday Harris brought up the old scanover the fact that Crab Orchard, High- business men. The question to be con- dal. McAnaMy made a remark which We are also proud to say that our customers have been the very best The Danville Fair. land aud Waynesburg precincts only sidered is whether financial institutions caused Hards to rush at him with a people in the land and we are sure we can make it to your interest to The Danville Fair this knife, but just then McAnally pulled a continue with us. We will continue to take Country Produce in excontinuing 4 dajB-w- ill haye about 'JO miles of pike road. They andllrms are solvent. August 1 and paid their money for tliOMS roads and for Thanking you for past pistol and tired three shots in rapid suc- change for goods at the highest market price. in the be one of the best A kkpl'ction In World's Fair rates by cession, all of which Very Respectfully, took ell'ect and will favors, we are trotting races each day, mauy miles more in tho other parts of Beaidea three In addiold Lincoln and they have paid their the Queen it Crescent route. BROS. there will be one grand $300 premium toll when they tiaveled away from tion to the regular World's Fair Kxi;ur-sio- produce death. Mrs. Isaac Molloney, of Findloy, O., sweepstakes saddle stallions, one$lC0 for excur. had a presentiment that her two daughrates wo will sell homo. They are now willing to continpremium for saddle stallions, one flOO sion tickets, good 13 days from date of ters would be injured if thej continued mares and geldings. ue to pay on these pikes, hut want old premium for saddle Lincoln to build 110 more private pikes sale for return, at 13 less than the regu- to sleep up stairs aud after they had reThe big premium closed with 21 eutrieB. lar World's Fair rate. These tickets are tired she requested them to get up and for her poor people to travel on. This will be the moat Bensatloual saddle good going via either Cincinnati or come down ou the tiret tloor for Now Mr. Miller says, or reasons that the ring ever seen in Kentucky. Tho CinLouisville. Through cars to Chicago, Southern Railroad will run ex- way, that those who use a good thing quick time, most elegant equipment. night. The next morning the girls went cinnati Do they? to their room and found that a bolt of Now cursion trains to the Fair at one faro for should pay for same. & Crescent lightning had torn through the roof and every day excopt the everyone who has had anything to do Be sure and take the Q'iee'1 the round-triFor rates, schedules, sleeping pierced tho centre of their bed. Louisville Southern will with pike affairs can say, "No, they do Route. Urst, and the car reservations, etc., call on any agent George Snivcly, of Columbus, U., a tickets from all stations at not all pay." When we take note of all sell round-trivery f.tst who attend funerals in town with bug- oftheK.T. V. A G. Railway, Queen soldier in the late war, has positively reNew stock, styles and shades. rate. The track is the same it Crescent Route or Louisville Southgrounds are cool and shady. gies full of marketing, tho.se who beat ern R. R, or D. G. Kdwards, G. P. A., fused to accept a pension. He was sent and the Bug-Jlgi- es a voucher to fill out for iU2Q back pay, Socretary Sam Lyons promises it royal their way under one sham and another Cincinnati, Ohio. but he returned it, saying he had conand the directors and their families who time to all who attend Here is a problem you may solve at scientious scruples about accepting the ride free, we will see that nearly Spring Humors and Eczemas of tho travel oyer Jthe pikes is your leisure: A farmer sells his wheat pension, as ho was abundantly able to Ready Mixed Paints, White Lcftd, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, caused by microbes in the blood. now free. And then there is a vast crop at IS cents and receives in payment earn his own living. r Antiseptic; t kills Landreth's Garden Seed at Stockton's A man with one leg has ridden a biamount of hauling done between gates silver dollars. Ills home burns down all It is your own fault now if you that is never paid for and for the pay- aud his silver dollars are melted into a cycle from San Francisco to New York allow your little ones to suffer ment of which there ia no law. So you mass, which he recovers and sells at the in 00 days, l hours aud 13 minutes, or Antiseptic will euro It there are lots of free bullion value of 54 cents. How much knocking '20 days otl' the best record ridwhen Stockton's Penny, Druggut, Stan- see.'.kiud New Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. quickly. A. II. ers with two legs. work going on now, but uuder the sys - per bushel does he get for his wheat ? it. ford, baa it.-s- DANVILLE. ? fIPc"t - full-fledg- PENTRE COLLEGE If A Vice-Preside- d11, court-hous- e Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September bo-in- g Hustoxrvilla, r , 0 Fancy Broceries,Breaii,Cakes,Pies Candies, Lunches,Friits, &c, 11 CALLONR.ZIMMER THE BAKER. A Good Meal for 25 Cts. AT AUCTION. - 1 News-Lett- er I Goods Are Literally Given Away. Imt-tli- iH nt - Chance of Your Lif gate-keeper- s ?10,-'JO- Without Money & With out Price. STEPHENS & KNOX. Read This and Profit by CASH IBTTSinSTIESS, i t -', y, year-begin- ning Blue-gras- i. n MeKINNEY tlrst-clas- s SEASONABLE GOODS. ALABASTINE p, WALL PAPER p one-fourt- h Carriage and Decorative Faints for and Household use. tax-paye- r, Wo IBo MoHMMBERTS, w' 1 "IT? -- r Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal Ky., 8TANFORD, Mias Laura Cravens has announced ThK Junction City Time's has gone the II. Fox' other venture-t- hat her candidacy for School Superintendent way of Brer T. is to say it has ascended the flume. of Fayetto. Tho South'a contributions to the He's got a gjod government position J I'M 23, 1893 now and newspapers no longer vex his payment of pensions since tho war have 1 SMi f ? ff Bl 6 I t l i miF Id P K ' It'i.' ? tft i h it f patriotic soul. Kvidently his Democrat been $3.30,000,000. The many millionaire, A. J. Drexel, and his Times did not fill long felt want?, W. P. WALTON. nor did they apparently fill a xwant long leaves $1,000,000 to tho Germnn Hospital at Philadelphia and another million felt by him. Goods We to establish and support a public art galWk have yet to hear a single argu- lery in the same city. so to ment presented by the advocates of free Customs receipts of the National turnpik'es that is worth considering. The treasury so far in July are nearly $2,- chief reason that they want them seems 000,000 less than during tho correspondA BBMABKAiiLK ease ia reported from to be to get something for nothing, by ing period last year. Internal revenue Columbus, Ind., of a man refusing to ac- Uxing those who have property. A receipts show a small increase. cept a pension with SiWO back pay, be- good many of tho same class would be as At Metropolis, 111., Richard ahot and killed Richard Lukins, cause he has conscientious scruples willing to tax other people, to get them We to close ever about its honesty since lie was abun- free grub. Jr., and George Lukins, seriously wound1-1 1-- 2 dantly able to earn a living Such charfather, Richard Lukins, and fined their S The governor of California has ap ished the job by killing his own worthacters are always so few and far between c, pointed Perkins to the less self. that when one is found lie deserves to Gov, 7oo; cancy in the U. S. Senate caused by A colored convict, who was a "trushave hia name written in apples of noltl of Senator Stanford. The ap- worth, ty" on tho plantation of Karr Klliott, of Vests and pictures of silver. In contra distinc- death ia a member of tho firm of genmo uu uu county, Fla., assaulted and this honest man is one whose poiuteo Lafayette tion to iu ru.iiuy of iis.ni, agents for the Pacific Coast Steamgo position would induce the impression eral murdered a little daughter of Klliott. oc. big .Per Cale, A ship Line and ia not recognized as a man Her head was completely severed from a,t 2nC, that he would not be guilty pf so flagrant of sOc. We much force. her body. b filching from the treasury. Judge Long sOc, 51. we of the Michigan Supreme Court, furnishTho wild eyed story published of a Siam did not send a favorable reply to es indisputable evidence that he is a the ultimatum of France and both sides bloody battle between the Virginia thief at heart and unworthy to Mt in are preparing for prim visaged war. The troops and the Fleming boys, in which a judgment on the rights and lives of the French will blockade thj Mekong river dozen or two of tho former were said to people wo have honored him and who at once and the way men are crowding have been killed, turns out to be a ca pay him a palary of 7,000 The pension the warships shows that Siam will be uard. We go cost to rolls show that he is drawing $72 a prepared to resist to the hitter end. The Kentucky National was a l S. month for tot.il disability, having been and had $300,0 H) of its funds wool depository wool $o, ?, Thk Richmond Register declines to ac- on hand when tho crash came. The advanced to that point by Tanner withto 5V, we See one out warrant of law or semblance of ex- cept us as authority on the color of government will not lew, however, as We 1 Derbq I we a cuse. An honest man is at the head of stockings for women. All right, Brer. depositories have to secure tho deposits r)0, S1.5O, is the pension bureau now and such frauds Woods, you know what you can do if with bonds. s. we can. mve will no longer grow and flourish. Com- von don't. Jnines F. Welt, blacksmith, who missioner Lockren very promptly susshop in Winchester, is said to have "?, worth. we has a A NEWSY NOTES. pended Judge Long's pension as he will invented a machine, for which a patent a, Give It la a The Pine Hill Coal Mines have ceas- is now pending, by means of which a all others of such a character. and other like rogues ed operations. pity that Long steak from the neck of a work ox can he The Czar personally ependa about made tender aud wholesome. can not be prosecuted for the offense and made to refund the- amounts they $10,000,000 a year. Several trainB are moving Eastward The State National Bank at Knox-vil- le loaded with penniless laborers thrown have filched. A. suspended Saturday. out of work by the suspension of manu one exThe LouiBville papers make Only five of Denver's 17 banks sur- factories and the closing of mines in Col- ceedingly weary this hot weather with vive the money panic in that city. Onlv a small crowd attended Lan-orado. They are compelled to leave the THK HKST I'LACK TO HUY the column after column that they deAlbert Moore killed Willfam Davis State in search of employment. caster court yesterday and business as a to Collector Johnson and his do- at Blue Point, Ark., over an affair of vote At Huntington, W. Va., Abe Tuck- general thing was dull. About i0 cat , ings. An outsider would imagine that love. tried to kill his father with his knife, tie were offered, but only about 30' er he held tho most important office in the Sam Keith, a citizen of Metcalfe, from theold gentleman brought changed hands. Butcher etull brought very important was assassinated by unknown parties in but cries land and that he ia a Several plug help and he was prevented. His excuse 2 to 2Jc; heifers 3 cenls pereonage himself, instead of being a Adair. for attempting the rash deed was that he horses sold at $1S.30 to $V. common, everyday kind of a fellow, who Four persons were killed by an ex was tired supporting his father. M. F. Elkin bought of Miss Kate! did not win hia Bpurs by his deserts. plosion of a can of naptha iu a New York There is a crank out West who pro- Swope before the decline in hogs a lot of Won't our metropolitan contemporaries business house. poses to be buried three months, at 1"0 to at 0c; of Dr. J. l. All new stock and latest designs. please give ns a rest and cease to make Allen Jones killed his wife and least. Indeed, he wants a crop of bar Morris a lot of butcher stntl" at 2Jc; of ia a "biger the new collector think he three children and then suicided at ley raised over him while he reposes be Frank Davis a lot of sime at samo price; man than old Grant." If they do not, Texarkana, Ark. neath the soil. He proposes to reap- of George Baker a lot of fat heifers at 2j there ia danger that they will lose many There were 467 business failures last pear fresh and well wheu the barley has and of Col. Underwood a lot ol lamb valuable subscribers, besides running the week against IDS during the correspondbeen harvested. and wethers at 3lc. risk of causing a repetition of the frog ing week of last year. ilmore. The widely known distillery firm of Dr. Snarks and Bonnie explosion business. W. W. Stephenson was nominated E. II. Taylor, Jr., & Co , of Frankfort started in tho 2 15 trot at Detroit the j for the Senate by the convention at has assigned. Liabilities are believed to other day, hut the pace was too hot for Thk possibility of the American boy by acclamation. be in the neighborhood of $100,000. Pres- them. Tho Dr. was 3d and Bonnie 7th is again demonstrated by the career of It is estimated that there are over sure of one or two creditors and the pre- The race was won by Huhla Wilkvp in Carroll D. Wood,who has ju6t been 40,000 unemployed railroad men and mi- vailing tightness of money are said to 2 12, 2 151 and 2.13. Mula Wilke, a full i nominated for associate justice of the ners iu the vicinity of St. Paul. have caused the crash. sister to the winner, took tho 2.1 heat in supreme Court 'of Arkansas. He eduAt PulaskiTenn., John Miller shot Mexican war veterans of Kentucky 2 II, breaking the track record and gethimpelf by serving as a waiter in a cated while he attend- and instantly killed liia partner, Cicero are planning a reuuion to bo held in ting $500 for doing so. private boarding-housParker. Both were drinking. Louisville early next month. An excurA tobacco rawer in this county iu ed the Industrial University. It may Lee Walker, a negro brute, who as- sion to Mexico will probably be made forms the Register that he has recently not be in the power of every boy to rise Ol KYKRY DESCRIPTION. saulted four women in a week, was hung by the old soldiers. This State furnish- been all over Madison and that the pros to such eminence as Mr. Wood, who6o is a large pert for a tobacco crop is tho poorect he and burned in Shelby county, Tenn. ed four regiments and there nomination is equivalent to an election, The Bank of Grand Avenue. Kansas number of surviving veterans. Kvvry thing in the grocery line has sen for years. There are very few Call and see them before buying. effort is albut earnest and persistent City, has resumed and promises to pay has undertaken to di- farmers who will raise half of nn average for sale cheap. Steve Elkius ways rewarded in this country where in full, with l per cent, interest in a agnose tho financial case ami gives it as crop, whilst in many parts m third of an every man is supposed to be free and year. opinion that the country is sutlering be- average will be a good yield, Very fsw equal. of the Sherman cause it swallowed that big dose of planters got a good stund and even the Since the passage When Miss Susie ciwift graduated law the United States have exported Clevelandism last November. Doctors plants are doing very little good. Rich of gold more than they have of the Elkins school ill uot oe permit- mond Register. from Vassar, she did not make the cap- S1.j((,1:;l',-12Louis, case, however. Metcalfe i a lucky nidi ,;::;! only aim in life, hut imported. ted to treat the ture of a beau the Cut-Pri- ce The total catch of the vessels heard ville Times. nl. He Mild his wheat crop Mime enlisted in the Salvation Army in Kng ago expecting it to turn out 2,000 to land. She 60on proved Btich a valuable from on the American side of Behring FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. When it fell On go.j.Is in deputimnt v. id btt;in this wnk at 2,."00 bushels, at 70c. acquisition that she was promoted till Sea, up to June 27, amounted to 2l,!M"i propoH'tl ta Tom tit Booth's seal skins. now she ranks as major in Gen. The new 2 50 list already contains 50c the purchaser For the 12 months ended June :0th, Over .",00 trottere. battalion. We do not know that she is let him oil" for $250, w huh was nn opted and Dr. C. A. Last week the wheat was perving the Lord any better m her pres- lSO.'l, the immigrant's to the United States James C. Sautley sold to , ..1 . .ljl L.i.ali.a.j I'lim ent capacity than she would in raising numbered 107,lJt against (510,320 the Cox his Wyoming pony for $10. A nice line of csts will be j.l.utd on sale to day at inc. worth 15 'hog trade he made babies, but if she finds her work more previous year. Prewitt Wood bought in the East trade, with tho big ; a,ul nicer quality at a litt.e aiKance All brands of dittoes RO Seventy-fivconvincing the Jiwmiii cents an ounce whs End a bunch of fat cattle at 2Jc. congenial no member of tlio male perlast spring is ttoiis S1 1, best 10- - Hhached say her paid for silver at the Treasury Saturday, Han- county traders aiiil others that it wont '.it 5c; Masonville and Lonsdale Morello won the rich Wheeler suasion will likely attempt to e have also received a new hit of Millinery ami can do to fool wi li a Lincoln county impor- - Sheeting J.'c. that being the lowest price ever paid by dicap at Chicago, Saturday, in 2.tt". nny. l)i' t fail to get .1 n.ur of those snmnle P"CCSthe government. lKHIBhtof O. C. Ml- -I 0PC" 'OUr C'tS ,! W,n Foa Sai.k COO bushels of nice while before it is too late. We will continue to give our cusOnk of the quebtions discussed by the The net 1oh of the Philadelphia ex- Seed Rye. Bright Ferrell, Stanford. Clure iMJ stock hogs at !. II sold 10 Shoes at cost Negro Press Association, which met re- position in lfc7ti was founi to be $3,000, 1.50 :'7i tomers a handsome Crayon Portrait with every $i at worth ol goods. Boone Bros bought of various pr-tie- Bea.ley Bros I'he purcfiasers will feed them wheat. Ask ior a card. cently in Richmond, Va., was whether 00J; that of tho Paris exposition in 1SS! a lot of fat heifers and steers at 2 to Mr Mnrt'lmid hotiifht of G. M. Bakt r a the word negro should be spelled with a about twice ao much. bunch of 100 jiouiui 6toi-- hogs at u, ol 2c. capital or a lower cape. It was finally Jockey Oswald was killed on the P. W. Green bought of A. I. rt Lu- (iooch, of Eubanks, Is hogs avernging Lo-resolved, however, and wisely at that, South Side track at K.ist St. Louis by a ther Gibbs, ot Garrard, ft fancy harness IsO pounds at 5c He Mild to I). gun 25 stock hogs, 120 pounds average, motion of Hev. Mr. Cooley, that "too horse stumbling and falling on him while mare for $200. nil at !c, to P. (.'. Sandidge 20 of same at much importance is placed upon what ho was exercising him. James bought in Holmati Ghippt-to, frame price. Mr we are called. Let us improve ourselves Richard Shoemaker killed himself 250 pound hogs and a bunch of extraordinarily good Cincinnati a and allow the people to spell our name at Metropolis, III., after killing Richard-Jr- ., butcher utufl at 2 conM. received " s't for them This energetic-stocor a big 'N' or any kind limn has handled over 500 during with a little V seriously George Likers and A. K. Dunny A Son sold to George In Square or u d , they wish to." uic or cam as. of 'end'-tha- t of wheat tlio week just closed. wounding their father. Cogar, of Danville. 2.000 bushels first of January nearly at o0 delivered at Shelby City. Since the O Thk bank failures ure striking u little 200 National banks have closed their VI Parker & Hornhack, of Bourbon, r, "3 closer home. The Kentucky National, doors against less than 0 during the raised 1(5,000 pounds of tobacco on eight n O 3 n 2 n of Louisville, suspended Saturday, but same period of last year. a. acres and sold it at 12A cents all around. 6 5 as it has been in a shaky condition for And- A. J. Drexel, the millionaire Phila3 Pieterjoe II, owned by I). CD 77 WJ The cow some time, the action was not unexpect- delphia banker, who died a few weeks 1-B. Whipple, of Cuba, N. Y.. has a milk ed and therefore created no alarm as to ago, left his estate of $30,000,000 to his record of 30.31SJ pounds in a sin gle the solvency of the other institutions. children and vear. 3 IJ The officers aud directors say that deOscar W. Neehe, one of the pardon-- e The 120 horsiH and 10 elephants of positors will be paid in full and if the fiTe tons anarchiatH, is to be married soon. Tie tho Forepangh circus consume In canvas, rubber or leather. -- 3 published statement i'h to bs relied on, future Mrs. Neebe owns a saloon, so he eich of hay and ptraw and lo0 bushels of tti o g H p1 they will. will step into an established business. oats daily. 0 ? Secretary J. W. Gaines favors us Near Weir City, Kas., strikers aud Clank Countv leads iu the number of 2 5r Anderson, Franklin announced' candidates. There are ;H. women attacked ininerH who refused to with a pass to the nt 2.1 quit work and in the battle that followed & Salvisa Fair Iwhich will ho held Lincoln isn't a bad socond, with her L'O, s p Call and see our two men, a boy and a woman were Lawrenceburg Aug. and nearly every paper adding to the Southdown bucks, bred Foil Sale. wounded. list. Democrats all- - over the country The American Lino steamer Parip, from the best herds of Kentucky, such as -holding 3 2 NEW seem to have gone wild over if, O Clay and Fishor-lastb- uck 3 Federal. Most of them broke the record for the voyage between McGrath, Davenport, State or Lexingused premium buck at would be a great deal better oil in the Southampton and New York, making Saves time labor and 6xpense the run in six days, nine hours and 30 ton Fair. F. Reid. G u long run and save many a heart ache by King Thomas, bought by the late minutes. gointi to work and letting office go to the H o 8CD The grand total of subscriptions to Senator Hearst for $3S,000 as a yearling, Guaranteed to be g 0 deuinition bow wows. public auction the other day the relief funds for the families of tho was sold at tn If. J It is dollars to doughnuts that it will cold atorago warehouse fire victims now for$7.V). During his racing career he m o o n O be decided that Congrehsman Knock, of reaches $102,003 and donations are still only earned $2,000. n o 3 h With the gold hugs of Wall street, Ohio, died of heart ditease, though the coming in. The Silver States estimate that their tho cinch bugs of corn fields and the p. n 33 I doctors at first said it was apoplexy that And to give satisfaction. qq 3 F- - 5 carried him oil. He was a pensioner merchants have countermanded orders humbugs which aro alwayB with us, the honest farmer ia in for a mighty lively and if it ia proved tint he died of the to New York wholesale dealers for m a. worth af goods since the break in time of it during these long summer disease, his widow will get first named n n silver began. days. Paducah News. 30 a mantb, if of the latter but f 8. CASH BARGAINS! SEE WHAT COLD CASH WILL DO. conquer, 6 OB 8 PAGES. cold weather sets in. Low prices are bound the crowd and secure some of the most must and will clean out every dollar's worth of Summer fall in line with before Shoe-mak- er have a nice line of Challies on hand yet and Joe, worth 20c out at oc, worth and 10c; Persian Mulls 2 worth 20c; India, Linen Shirt Waists in white and 2oe; Lawns at 12 worth $1. Ladies' Sattcen Shirt Waists at 50c and at 50c, worth oc, worth 10c, and a befter one at 10c, double the money. Ihe ever uruugiu ana Laiicucs ouuiuru., largest line Outing Cloth and. Calico all line of Boys' Waists in worth, dozen Shirts with jAiundercd have. fust received Our line worth will vul in the sale at Collars and Cuffs that Bargains offered. Sc l-2- - make room for Fall Clothing. can and. all worth $6; half Suits worth worth. ha re marked, down of our suits sell you a nice can re headquarters. For fats fat worth in light and. darli colors Our line of shoes unsurfor you a oots plow ston at passed botlim jauiics and. Men o.'d). in fact, can give nice shoe for Men 7b, worth $.2r. us cull before buying. yon shoes at any price. regardless of Must sell you a light Suit for double the money. SU1HER CIOTHING : ;. THE LOUISVILLE STORE. IHHANSKV, Proprietor. 1 I Wall A. Paper ! j I I R. PENNY. g, BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, THE BEST M ADI. e WATER : COOLERS, FARRIS & HARDIN. : : : s A : Great Sale i iery tlm-ptie- 1 -- The Cash Bargain Store C - j N: e Mcr-hm- s . B. F. JONES & SON. 1 , iN: Rock-cubtl- Mori-lan- d car-loa- d TIRTTISriKISI rf w a 9 grand-childre- n. 1 is P z 2 p e-- 1 t s I TELiKHCOPffi 3 H. J. McROBERTS. n H-- e, r r p ft B r 22 PROCESS STOVE. 1 w f !1 P Q-- $12,-000,0- o W PERFECTLY SAFE. W. H. WEftREN & CO, as.1, sXiiJSsr- T ckV - - r m--jm- f 2 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal )- Kkmbmubk the Fair. S.WMn hats or the Fair BrOs. at Mrs. ' Y. T. k- -. You may oxpect-- call from us if you July -, 1893 : 8TANFOHD, Kv., do not call yourself nnd eettlu at once. Ick cream freezers low down at A. A. We want what you owe us. Severance Wnrren'H Modul Grocery. k Son. K. C. Walton, lhtsincss Manager! Mahon'b quart jarn G cents a piece at Frank McKinnky is the proud father A. A. Warren'a Model Grocery. of a girl. It arrived oil Saturday night PERSONAL POINTS. o and the mother, Frank and the little one Tiik nicest lino of jewelry for the aro all doing first rate. Mary Klizaheth It. Owsi.ky is ijuitu sick. Mils. Dit. J. least money is at Danka'. See for your ia the name the young lady will wear. Mitt. Moi.lii: C. IIocKBitia at tin; point self. of death. Fiiek turnpikes will cost the people of Hrkk Fou Sai.k. Splendid quality Mips Ma.vnik 'Alkoimi in hack from Lincoln county SI'O.OOO a year for many and ready for use. Adam Fence, StanFaycttuvilh., Tenn. years in additional taxation. Hadn't Mhh. V. C. Wkauk.n is hack from n ford. we better continue to let well enough visit to llnrroilshurV Tiik round-trirate from hero to the alone by making those who use the Miss Kva Bi'ciiana.v, of Crnh Orchard, World's Fair is J tickets ood fori.') turnpikes pay for their maintenance. ia visiting Mifta Mssiu Iturcli. days. ItoWAN SaLII.KV llRH t'llKHKl'll HH Hillt'HDr. J. U. Owsley lias 73 shareH in the ' man with V. II. Weurt'ii rt Co. Youk account is ripe, ready and wait- Kentucky National Hank, of Louisville, W. II. Wear-o- which suspended Saturday, and his bank Mim. Salmi; Hikiunh ImH retii'iieil ing. IMeaso call and settle. A Co. from n vlIt to friumlH in LnuitivUlv. had a balance there of ioOO or JOOO. The .Misu Anne Siiankh cntcrtninci hint Fiiank Jonki roile from Danville here latter will be paid in full and it is said on his hicycle the other afternoon in US the stockholders will get most of their evening in lionor oi .Miss May Aiiumt. Mllfl. LAUIIA HoURNE, Of JjltlCHSter, h minutes. money back. visiting her hrotiier, Mr. M. F. HerMost people will only learn in the noTiik Junction City nine will play the ri nj;. Stanford kids at Water Works IStrk Fri- tice of its death that the Citizens NationMh. L. (J. Aicoiin anil iff, of (irt'HiiH' al Hank of Jellico, Tenn., ever existed. day afternoon at I o'clock. btirt?, ikibmciI through yenturtiay to I .nn It was a small concern of only 115,000 raster. The Stanford colored nine defeated the capital, hut it followed the fashion and Mich I.k.va IlAitNKTT, fiom HiiBtonville, Danville nine on the grounds here Fri"busted" Saturday. Liabilities SIW.OOO; in vimtitin MicscH Amanda nnd Victoria day afternoon by a score of 21 to 111. atsetfl in paper fV.000. Illshop. S. II. Korr.of the West Kinl, sold to Mu. I.. 1!. (liVK.Ns and wifti, of Tin: L A N. will sell round trip tickets County Clerk li. It, Cooper four shares from all stations between Louisville and aru vihitin at liU motherV, in of Fanners Hank A Trust Co. stock at Ixindou to Lebanon Fair at one fare for thiK county. ). .Mr. S. Woolfolk tJlven' chilround trip. Tickets on sale July 21 to 2h inclusive, good returning July lM)th. dren in very ill with noinrtliinn like (!. W. Stkimik.nm, of the linn of diphtheria. Stephens A Knox, had a valuable mare Will also run a special train leaving Mivi Ssitk at 7.:!0 a. m., July '' to t!S, return att, of I'arkaville, patsed killed by the lirst section of freight train a few weeks at lr, Sunday night. up Saturday toppend ing leave Lebanon each day alter the races are over. W. W. I'enn, T. 1'. A. Hoodl, Hell county. I ForSalk A nice pony, harness and Mhs. H. F. Jus'Ka and daughter, Miss In this isue Mr. O. P. Hullinan forItosa, left Friday for KtiKhy, Tenn , for a pleasure cart. The cart is almost as good as new and the pony is gentleenoiigh for mally announces himself a candidate for saveral weeks' stay. MlIMIAMkS Y. Y. Nl'.N'NKI.LKY, Jae. T. any child can drive him. Jerse Thomp- jailer. Horn a democrat, a worker for the party from his youth and as clever Hum's and J. 0. MrClary are at Hale's son. a gentleman as lives, Mr. Hu!i"nian would Well to slay two weeks. Tiik Indus of the Christian church at till the otlice creditably and well. He Viiuiii.1I. Haiku. Km, a handsome Preachersville will give a supper has never been a candidate and may not Wednesday, night, for the benefit be up with the times in canvassing for yoimK attorney of Olasuow, was hereon a visit to one of our prettiest Kirls. of the church. All are cordially invivotes, hut he would be mighty thankful Mrs. A. V. Ki.kmoiik returned from ted. for your Bupport and promises you shall )iiisvilIe yesterday and hrouuht her Tiik guyly caparisoned horses that are not regret it if you vote for him. sick brother, John I.andram, with her seen about the ttreets are forcible remindDiiownu). Joe lwson. aged 15, was is ers that the fair is upon us. Mhh. I. F. Hiikman, of The indi the cuest of Mrs. CS. It. Cootier audi cations are that the show of stock will drowned in Patrick's Cave, where it opens into Dix Hiver, Sunday. He had, seems to have fully recovered her health. be unsurpassed with several other boys, been picking Mru. H. It. Maiiuny and daughter, Tiik legislative candidates spoke at berries and becoming hot decided to Marie, of Carthsce, Tenn., are visiting! Waynesburg Saturday afternoon to a cool oil by taking a bath in the cave. lior parents, .Mr. and Mrs. A 15. Fencrowd of 'S persons, of whom were While in the water he became cramped ny. candidates, so W. W. Hay, candidate and waB drowned before assistance could Mk. Tiios. Fostkii and wife spent no for jailer, tells u. reach him. He was an adopted son of eral days with their daughter, Mrs. Thos. James McCarley and a boy of splendid Jour-nal- . Metcall, this week Jessamine For Kk.nt. The Hob Stuart house promise. in Crab Orchard. It has three kitchens habits and Hi'Hc M is now agent for the New and three families can easily occupy it. W, S. As the Interior Jouinai.'s business York Life Insurance Co., ami you hail It would he a delightful place to spend manager is secretary of the fair and its . bettor look out or he will catch you the summer mouths. Address John foreman and compositors all belong to ' Huchauau, Crab Orchard. the band that is to furnish mini'; for the Mk. W. G.vltfirroN went to I'ittsburu occasion, we will send out our next IsTilL committee selected to attend to it, yesterday with Ills tiother. (,ieore M. sue Thursday morning, instead of FriHurton, who has secured linn a position Messrs. S M Owens and I. M. Hruce, day. Coi respondents will please ob It'll us that the Fair rim.', which is comthore. serve and send their favors a day earlier. I'hop J. M. has Kone to pleted, is a daisy indeed. It is nearly If the fair was longer we would get anLoudon and other points in the moun- mi eighth of a mile and 'there is not a other force and Usue daily, but it tains in thivinterest of Stanford Female prettier show rimr in the Slate. wouldn't pay for two days only . a . Lanodon'b hreud at McKinney every day this week. Courta'. m Youn account is due. Please call and ' settle it nt once. A. A. Warren. THE GREAT There are now three sizs of postal cards and all are to bo abandoned. The postmaster general says that he is going to adopt one size for all, 3J by 5 inches. QtMTE a number of those who too k stock in the Fair have not yet paid in their cash. This is, of course, merely neglect, but Treasurer McClary would be glad if you would band in or send biin the money at once. B SLAUGHTER Goods A -:- - PEN. We arc determined This is what we are making our house today. m m m To Close Out Our Summer , The placing of several hydrants in the Cemetery tills a long felt want of the p I '- -', - n m 1 owners of lots there, who desire to raise At whatever sacrifice it may take, and aftcJ the repeal of the Sherllowers and beautify the homes of their man law to begin on beloved dead. Heietofore it has been almost impossible to keep Hbruhbery alive there during the hot and dry sumi mer months; now no one has cxcubb to Our 20c French Ginghams down to our 35c French Ginghams neglect his lot. down to 20c, our 15c ginghams down to 10c, and so with every thing Votkhs should take into coueideration that pertains to Summer. Luster coats, light colored and light weight the ideation whether a candidate is wor- Cassimere suits, Ladies Oxfords in tan and black. thy ami capable of filling the otlice to which he aspires, instead of voting for him blindly because ho advocates some alleged policy that agrees with their ideas, and which ho will stand no more Straw hats and every thing for summer goes. Vc begin early so we chance of accomplishing than the man can make room for Fall Purchases. Our store room is very small ftnd in the moon. Apply the old Jeffersonian we must have the space. Come and come early: rule as to qualitlcation for oflice and yon will not be disappointed with the man you elect. SOLID GOLD BASIS. I2jc, GLNTLEMEN'S LOW CUT SH0LS. HUGHES & TATE. O.s-Ko- f N'-H- Row-lau- d C. Thkhk was a colored party in the GKOKGE B. PKBWITT. II. B. KING. country Saturday night and Will Blake-land Julian Stewart wanted to attend. They had no horse and but little money and it was too far to walk, so they MORELAND, KY., thought they would borrow Mr. Adam We have opened up a nice line ol Pence's horse. They failed to ask Mr. Pence, however, and soon Sunday morning he bad them arrested for their familiarity and cast in prison, where-th- ey remained till yesterday, when a fine of io each was assessed against them and We paid spot cash for these'goods bought them where we could get they were returned to jail, notwithstand- the most for the least money. Hardware was bought in car load lots, ing they swore that they hired the horse which enables us to make very low prices. Salt $1.70. of Willis Guest. Miss Lizzie Myers has opened up Dress Making over our store and y KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Dry Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, u. Jones drew 5.000 people to the invites her friends to give her a call. Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you High Bridge camp meeting Sunday. money. Within the camp grounds there was no CyWc are opening up a splendid line of Millinery. disorder, hut on ttie hilbsidea and in the river bottom there waa quite a gath& Sam 1 1 ering of toughs, who were supplied with intoxicants and made things lively. Two small steamers, both equipped with ran hourly excursions down the river. Flying dutchmen, red lemonade vendors, fakirs and other sharks were numerous. ea-loo- ns, sxira PBEWITT. Elegant New Stock of m m .VKW ADVEBTISEMENTS. For Sale. 111 nap-pliiir- mm and Jo Hmkt Mile nil, nl lklc i The tindcrii;nr. haie for alo 10 "ouilidown imponvil and brwl by (.ran. Nci fine, or bitter bred -If.e A' tale IIKNUHCr&COOI'KK -- tanfunl, Ky. llt-KMi- , Ai EXECUTOR'S Kxcutor of John M SALE. Sr , I K PS College. Tiik Mtrry IUchHor3H) nrraiiKini: for With delightful shade, the promise of Miis. 1. K. Wattkiiman, who was Miss u linn In tut iivn nt Wfittnn'j (Inum splendid weather and the assurance of an TiIIih Hull, of Oca!a Fla , and Min Klllel JoUK1) ThllrH,j,v nihu .i7lll ,t ,s no rea wo Hurnelt.of Wiuehester. are guests of tIMl(tl t0 ltt ti ratlur iiiformul atrir. tjut excellent display of stock, atee son why the Fair will not be success in , i .Mrs. J. i . iavis the welcome and attention that the every sense of the word. The ampi-theatrMh. It. H. 0. Covi.m.to.n.oI Kiehmond, guests will receive will be none the los has been completed and is much was down again tout week sml it begins cardial on that account. moie comfortable than the one of last ti look as if he means business. He is Kverytlnng is in readiness and A map Ihm bit a tine bird dog belong-ii- u year. a gentleman of excellent taste, to say the when the tap of the bell is beard Thursto Mr. J. A. Alien tint other day and least. it will he Dn W. C. Hi'Hh.vks and his haiidaome in a few hours he iv.ts frothing at the day morning we predict that that mouth. Mr. Allen did the proper thing the beginning of the biggest Fair wife, of I'aducah. are spnding a has ever known. Come, with his parents, Mr. and Mm. J. by killing him before he did any dam-ai:- e. Lincoln county couple of Oil. Pete Hampton's pet canine bring your family and spend a W. Kubauks, in the Hubble neighbordays both pleasantly and protitably. wan bitten by the same doir and he too hood. Miis. Laiiiv Mai A.NU.I.Y and Mum was killed on shott notice. who Cai-t- . Kohinsos. by Mr. Laura MacAimlly, Division of the Coi.. T. K Hum liml tCie put brigade ou travels on the Knoxville Will MacAnally, left for New York Fri-ilaand pop the streets Saturday pullini: up weeds L. A N. knows what an obliging morning, where Miss Iiura will conular conductor Capt. J. v. liobinson is and doine other much needed cleaning tinue her musical education. but he is such a quiet, unobtrusive man Mns. L.I) Hon i.vewoimi, who was up. After be el npletes Ins job Harry that few know his history. When the tocMiss Lhutio HiiH'inan, of Lancaster, puis- - (iUivauuoli, of the Diuville Advocate, is sin of war sounded ho was a beardless, cordially invited to conn over, when it ed through to her home in undersintHl boy oi i". but he determine I from a pleasiint visit to bur fatb is piomistMi that he shall not again be to cast his fortunes with the Lost Cause. Tenn , taken for a "Jamestown weed." Dr. Win. Ilull'maii. O.iiigtohis youth and t,:ze, he had Mhh. J. I. MiKi.vnky (Katydidi, of Tiik following is tlie schedule of the groat dilllculty in onPs inr, but the col-onMontgomery, Ala., is at tireou Hriar special train! which will he run from of the --M Kentucky Infantry analSprings. She is uccoinpanied by her Cor bin to the Fair here Thursday and ly took him, when he saw his persistfriend, Miss Gates, who is a beautiful Friday next, at one fare for the round-tri- ence in tho determination to become a typo of the Southern beauty 1 1; Leave C'orbin at . i ; Lily soldier. There wore 1,101 men in the Mr. Jni: S. Kick has gone to join his Faristoti i '; Loudon it :.', Pittsburg regiment and Capt. Robinson had the wife at Cave City and from there they ti:IO; Hast Heriihtadt C i; Altauiout fi V., distinction of being the youngest and will go to the World's Fair. Mr. J. It. I lael Patch 7.0-- ; Livingston 7 'JO, Sinks one of the bravest, lie fought through of Pittsburg, is tilling his place 7 JS; Pine Hill 7 :tt; Mt. Vernon 7 11. the war and was hadlv wounded three agent in his absence. a i depot Maretburg 7 'i0, Hrodhead S; Gum Sul- times. At the close of hostilities he re1'i.aI'T, who has been phur s.flti, Crab Orchard S: !.", May wood Mr. Adoi.i-1turned to his home in Kentucky, where with the Louisville Store for some tiibe, S.'J7; How land S. :t7. Arrive at Stanford he was one day attacked by some home left for his former homo in Versailles at s: !'' a. m Returning the train will guanlB. He was in a buggy going to call ist night. During bis stay hero he con- leave after the fair ia over and passen- on his best ?irl, when they seized his ducted hiniBi'lf ho as to make many gers will have the opportunity of seeing horse's bridle and ordered him to stop, friends, who wish him good luck and a everv ring. ii.. hmliihiiL'u armv Pistol under the heap of it. seat, which he quickly drew and shot ell at jiulillc aui lion on the premise on McRobert. will ,. Saturday, August 2Gth, ili'Kiniung at i p ra.. 1893, Two Houses and L,ots, The will tie alined firit ,eparatel- - ,,od then a whole, the bid bein accepted which will ' riiu the fbmi monev t the vime time and llactr, I wilUrllthi ( rsuiMlty. run.Ktuii; of Rugs, Carpets, Mattings AT- - Furniture, Buggy, Garden Tools, Mill, 7? feet of Hoe, Ac Term n renli), one third i.uh, "and ii montlik. uh inlereti. On io and 'inilttr, . over that amount e. ured anu with mtrre.t W H. HltidlS'- -, 4' Implement-- , limineCider Set el , few-day- s Carpenter'! looli, perually, n balance in Severance & Son r da, I ecutor y m If II OS LAND, l mil il ! AND Lei ic 1 CM?, wil t . u Uj i d p pn. airly tjn Friday, Sept. x.tli, 189 j, Farm Containing 130 Acres, Adjoining I.. U Hull Amltr-on- , S.n ) M . K wen. I .M.Ware, Dunn mid A I; McKinie, r innnii; lu k lu tliecomininnns joint at K Kennedy . It hat (rood hout- - ud is wvlt WHtered Alto limd jtMrlmvt, mined Steer and Heifers, j milk Coi, 1 (; .od liioml Mans, I well bred, i a tmttrr hv blending, , Stickling etulini; Cidt, i Unnlj- ll.irx. V t(Kk and i Smvanl I'iri. Ji Kvn-- jnd (, Lamb., t lluck, i KikL.iw.iv and SpruiK Wag.in, 1'ariniBt; Utenidls, i Sulkc'y ulm.ilor, Keafer and Mower cowbitml, and Kitchen Furniture. Terms made; knujl on day ol sale KV.IN I.YtiN. MiKinnr) 41 gwwteto la : -- HU8.RllPliBY,- & Jteceiviujj His : : SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. Goods Warranted am' a I'crtect Kit Guaranteed. Give 'tin .ill. I. p- . - .'-- s Hi "The" World's Fair Route from the South ld PUBLIC SALE. oi the Pennsylvania short lines mesoodiac".!? IS OVER THC .t'sy!' J t Ml r I fl - 11 F jT t 1 Tlie umlirsuned ni ugeni and nt Tiiey in fact It J,diii Itayi. tlc.d will .n ir.f ,1 I Wednesday, Aiijj. 30, '93, eit and ti On the preini e :it pu Ik outcry , CITY AND VICINITY. Comk to the Fair. m Take your repairs to Danks, the Thy the "0 dayB system. Hros. Jew-ele- r. McKinney t Horn to the wife of James Milburn, on Friday; a girl. See McKinney Hros'. ml. They want to B.ive you some money. New sailor hats and uuills to matijb, Dudderar. for the Fair. Mary Daviess IV will Thk Annual Danville Fair Hop Springs Friday be given at Unnietta will night, Aug. 4. Two bands of music occasion. be ou hand lor the i i n"y- Horn, to the wile of Win. Phillips, a - . Tiik other night Mun Owsley went to bis home in Row land and found Sam Lee, another negro, in bed with his wife. Mun did not quarrel about it, as some husbands probably would have done, but with his Harlow knife began to carve on Samivel, the destroyer of his home and happiness. He is a much larger ne' gro than Lee and he had him thoroughly at his mercy. Owsloy'a intention waa to torture, not to kill him, so his knife was not used nt much depth. He cut nnd cut till bo thought he had gotten sii indent revenge and then let his victim go. Lee, who was nearly dead from loss of blood, sent for Dr. Ainon, who at once began the big job of sewing up the wounds. By actual measurement the gashes on his body aggregated live feet in length, and it took 11" stitches to sew them up. Owsley skipped, but gave himself, up Friday afternoon. His. trial is net for next Saturday. ouo of tin men down, his audacity non plussing the others that ho was enabled to get away. Helieving that ho could not live in safety at his homo o to the hili-- . (udder the Farm conn, tint; til t II ' About 240 Acres of Laud, l I I cleverness and accommodating tion aro unequalled. Of which the late John May died tiuMncd. Said Farm in Mnated near Manfurd, Ky .nnd lies ncaranct on the Stantont aud lintonille turn. l'oreittii longer, ho continued to drive until next pike road nud it hounded y the (arms nfVm. IU)t Keid, Win. Heck, Mrn, llio I'lut ti a uctirable. place, in the mciii. morning found him K) miles from the ami othcr ity of M.inlurd It lies well for cultivation mid scene of his encounter with the cowards. the .oil yield a rich return to good husbandry y I hit Farm hat upon it a ufathcrlxurded loc house resolved logo to Tennessee, Ho then of f or S rooms, under which there it a dr cellar, locating in Nashville, where he at alt time., a large and commodious turn and other outluuldiiijs. the built the moBt important of tho street yard a nccexary ol cool, pure and Ihete it in and living water tine well until his health a o near the house a good spring, and for nock. railroads ud ran them purpoei two good pondt on the farm. In short, demanded a change. Ho then went ou It it one of the pleasaotest placet in the county to In ad of its neighborhood environment. tho railroad and sinco li70 has been lie Terms of Sale cash in hand and tho L. AN., whose ollicers hold the remainder cfthc purchase money In one ami with years in cipi.ti installments, wnn o percent. him in tho highest esteem. The captain Interest trotn day of mle until paid, am lien re lamed itui;t the post in the jour- menu, on the farm to undersigned. deferred pay- is nearing the WMi mile payable to the he carries his ago 'I he Farm will bo surveeU to the purchaser ney of lifo now, but and lull possession will be given on the first day well and doesn't look it by 1U years. We o January, 1894, hut for Feeding, about 50 actes now in corn, purchaser the hope ho will live to bo as old as Capt. put said land tho (null grain will have right right to and the ut in as his and egress lor that purpose to ill place. Lowe, whose age ia as great Matt tin-nallOne-thir- , f LOUISVILLE ,wyKouiviusW., FROM OR INClUOt CINCINNATI. i DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE Pullman Vestibule Sleeping and Buffet Parlor Cars, . Only Route Through THROUGH tho Indiana Natural Gas Belt. TICKETS CONSf cTlCNS io tWMmmmr VIA THlil USIS AN0 TMfia AT Tut rmviPAl O01II.R1 disposi- 4 Agent and Attorney in Fact for John v Mays' Htirs. K. U WARREN, m TtT OFFICII Cf MltAJ. THK CN BC ItCkKCO For (PtciAi isronsuTioi in rccaro ASV DC64SIO DCTAIU CONCtASlNG FlltT-CLA- 3 to ratfs and T SI Z$W bERVICE, PiutE APPcy is rcesc or ar ttntH c , IlllCJUM tO HtHtHOF Till rulic V.I - WJETIUt TEfS. H.H.UCIT.3outliuariu,rljtt, GEO. R. TH'JilSON. S. E. Psst t lprt, UIIXCIJS. IT. 1. UrtSSON. D ttncl raw r 1(U - loOIJVIUS, IT. tlXUll X003T, X. Ptn'r ictnt, Ur. fcuta ;i tlii.iUit (hurtl V.u 5" CilCIEdi; 0 , t fA. .J , - n -- rUi l 't 1 " !g ty:fr-r,'9tv- , , tPi.T Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal SHE WAS NOT FOOLED. And She Didn't Want Any Ono Klae Taken In i:ithiT. Published Every Tuesday and Friday It was iu tho waiting room of tho AT Tliinl street depot. A lady who was IX ADVANCK reading a newspaiwr had tho glove off S2 X H. a When not to paid S.6t will be charged T her left hand, and her solitairo diamond ring caught tho eyes of scoro of people. Sho didn't know anything nbout that, of course, and was no doubt deer-l- y K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. interested in tho news from Siam Train u fives Rowland at 7 oo a. m , returning when n chunky young woman about UO t 5:10 p. m. years or ago chuuged her seat to bring hor within speaking distanco and asked: L. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. "Would you mind about moaskinyou .la 7 pm a question?" Mml train goiug North South ...113 pm "No! Certainly not." was tho renlv. 11 51 pro Express train " South North ..3 nam "Is that a diamond ring you havo on?" Local Freight North ..9 36 am "Yes." ..lojp m South.. , The latter traim also carry passengers. "Will you look at mino and eo if it's The abort it calculated on standard time Solar a diamond?" i me it about jo minutes Taster. From tho depth of a reticulo eho fished out a stocking, and from its mysterious QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. 10 suit the pui.haser into air) for recesses sho by and by drew out a ring Frank Srarioiit, ticulars rile to or call on, G. AV. DEBOKD J P. LAND, Having made arrangements wuh the Last No. 5 Noel BlocK. Trains pan Junction City as follows; Mcreland Ky a; ira with a glass setting as big as a dime. lellicoCoal Co., am now prepared to tell Is Candidate , Vestibule Limited. 11.50 Sho No For sale by A. K. Penny, Druggist, thea Demucrac). for Jailer, subject to the action ol ybu Jcllico Coat it (he lowisl possible marnibbed tho ring on her dress for an m ; No. J , Chicago Limited, 1.5c a. m.; No. 5., gin. I liud that by paying cash and selling for New Orleans Kxpresi, 11 j a. m ; No. 7., I.ocal, awhile and then handed it out f or inspec Stanford. cash I can sell much cheaper, so come and nr me ta.it p. m.; No. ) , lllue Grata otibule, 8 40 p. tion anu aAKeu: anil see now little money win nuy jour Inter M. 91. Among thk Mountains. The best ' supply 01 this Coal, the hest on the market -- No. J, Vestibule "Thore, do you call that a diamond?" Limited, 6.4$ Ihanling ou for past fasorsand soliciting a is via Cincinroute to tho Eastern cities p. m. ; No 4., hast Mail, 1.53 p. m ; No. 6 , Chlga- Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action c.utinuance of same, am respectfully yours, "No, it is not a diamond." m , ISo. S D ADAMS, Rowland. 40 jm nati and the F. F. V. over the Chesa- of the democracy. STANrOUD, KY u Limited, a.37 a Special, 6g,a Local, a. 55 a. m.; "Didn't cost 2,000, did itT m 10, Blue Urass I HAVK peake & Ohio Railway. The scenery "Oh, no!" through New Iliver canons and over the "About 75 cents, eh?" "That would bo nearer its valno, I Alleghany ami Blue Ridge Mountains is Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action 100 Valuable Town Lots and 100 Acres of Valuable This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, Is now think. I hopo you didn't buy that for a wonderfully beautiful and varied. The of the Democratic party. io my charge and I Intend to conduct it to at ta diamond ring." All tying alonside of deiot machine shop and aot only maintain ila high reputation, but to add ork via F. F. V. runs solid to New yards at Corbin Will sell at a bargain, ad to to its long list ol friends, special accommoda"No, I didn't. My feller gave it to mo D. Washington. It is electric lighted and setheror separately, or would esbhaiiire lor a tions for commercial travelers and fine rooms, fur for an engagement ring." Corrcspondrrne solicit) . lb. dtsploy of samples, No ottier Is a candidate for to the office of As. tllue Crass D T. CIIISNt.il, "I see," said the lady as sho turned carries a through dining-carlessor, of Lincoln County, subject to iction of the Corbin Ky 40 w train in;America surpasses it and it is democratic party. her head away to smile. Saloon "Said it was a 2,000 proof of his the only train to the Kist with through Aad MILLIARD and I'OOL ROOMS attached f love." dining service. Among the Virginia JOStl'll COKJ'KV. W. L. DAWSON, "Yes." mountains aloug tho Chesapeake it Ohio la a cind date for jailer, subject to the action ot HORSE AND BUGGY STOLEN. Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., "But ho didn't fool me any. Tho are more than 20 famous summer re- the dimocracr. m os mimt she begun to fado out and turn sorts. A pamphlet issued entitled "Vir Dark bay horse, almost brown, blind in right Miners and shippers ol the (iLN'UlNK black I throwed him over for unotrnr eye, almmt 16 hands high, it ytarsold, hair oil of ginia in Black and White, describes JttsoJufefy hind leet frcm scratches lluggy Running gear, feller, and dad scart f00 out of him for color, escept tree toying with a young girl's heart. I these resorts, and the scenery of the Is a cirdidate for jailer, subject to the action of smoke black, a squaresingle ut ol whuh isof black llody inside cut dah 1 uy ad- the old JelTersonlan democrac). are the sole agents lor Stanford 'tad r it. two inches square The above rtwarU will be paid didn't s'poct it had turned to a diamond, route, and will tie mailed; iree Row! land. Othcc corner ot Depot street and rail- rn ol propcily ind conviction of thief lor let A cream of tarter baking pow- but thought it wouldn't do any hurt to dressing K. B. Pope, Western Passenger roadcroittnc JV JAMrS I' IIAILrV, B. MERSHON 6 H IOO INS A WATTS J S IIOtKKH, der. Higest of all in leavening Mk, and it also sorter struck me that Agent, St. Louis, Mo., or C. B. Ryan, Stanford, K. feller might have played tho same Astistaut General Passenger Agent, Cin- la a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action ol strength. Latest United States onie the Democracy. gum game on you. If he has, have your cinnati, O. THE P. 0. MILLINERY. Government Food Report. dad go fur him. Them sort o chaps kin To CincAtio via TU.K Lakm. The BOYAL AKING POWDER CO., be scart right outer their bntes." greatest triD to the ureatest lair on earth McCORMACK ill sell Millinery Call at the room and see the troit Freo Press. ride; Detroit to Chicago Is a Candidate (or Assessor, subject to the wilt of 100 Wall St., New York. and a in the grandest palace steamers on the the Democracy, AT UNUSUALLY LOWJPRIOES and Solected A. S. Lakes. Picturesque scenery. Returning A Ulack Lie, Kor the rest of the season Call and save money Stock from Chicago direct, all rail; or you can Mrs. Johnson Macy, ono of tho society BSSSb SURGEON DENTIST. W. W. HAYS, A sple idid line ol Ladies' Under, ear and Hosvia Or Millinery in town The go.ls and prices are ladies of Aubtin, sent the colored boy she go to Chicago by rail and returnmeals the iery kept constantly 30 hand. inOffice over McRlberts Drug Store InJ'the net bound lo please you. Lakes and Detroit. Berth and Is a candidate lor jailer, subject to the action ol has employed about tho place to Mrs. MISS L1CCIK IIKAZI.r.V, Owsley Building. MRS V T COURTS. iu Mackinac and Chicago. tne urtnociacy Manirii,Kv Flapjack's boarding house with a note. cluded between from Cincinnati $21 30 Stanford Round-triThe boy carao back in about an hour and (via Toledo rate boat 30o less.) For fur and reported that Mrs. Flapjack was not in. ther information ask and C. II. A D. It. HAMPTON, "Did you seo her sister?' It. agent, or address E. O. McCormiek, I have at mv place a deep Hay Mare with small a candidate for jailer, subject to the action of Is "No, mum:shohaddonogouo out too." G. P & T. A.. C . H. & D. It. It , Cincin- the democracy. McKINNKV, KV star and leit bind foil white, g od mane and tall, "Well, then, did yon not give tho note nati, O. US bands high Owner tan gel htr by ptring marges s; It II CROW LO(i AN AVKS'UE, to somo of the boarders?" I have bought above lucnli .lied Hotel at Last fall I was taken with a kind of summer m. OWENS, SA9I "No, mum: do boarders had gone out camplaint, accompanied with a wonderful and have attached a : : Soon alter my wife's sister, who lives Is a candidate (or Sheriff of Lincoln county, subtoo." Sc used ject to us, was taken In the same way with .1. H. BAUGHMAN, First-Cla- ss the action of the democratic rimarv . Bar and Fool Boom. "Well, you could havo left the note almost ev.rvtblng- without benefit I hen I said than Alt! ."sells goods lower every any one else in ew stock ol fruits town let us try Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diartnuaj, with the cook." Have repaired and reluriilshcd the Hotel and KIRE AND STORM rhoea Kemedy, which we did and that cured us am better than ever D. "Do cook done left too." as uu mi me think mucn 01 right away to John lie ruler, "Well, now yon must go right back hat it was remommended anddo cent bottles for Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln coutty, sub- Prepared to Accommodate the 60 Itethel. Herks Co , It. as and see if there is not somebody about tale by W 11. McKobertt, stanioru ject to the action of the democratic primary Public. Representing the place and givo them that note do 1 will open 01 Jinuary iJth, t3j a Mr J C Hotwell.one ol the best known and fpeiialaUenti njto Commercial Men Uair), from lncli I can supply any quantity ol you hear?" Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; most respected citirens of Ilroivnood, 'letas, Jersey milk to the people of Mautord and V W C.IU.1N. Proprietor M. Tho boy hesitated, and the lady asked suffered with diarrhua lor a long tin-- and tr ed at the lollowtng price, delis ered J Oh (.ARSON, Manager until Manchester, of Manchester, Kntj.; n.any different remedies without benefi, a impatiently: Is a candidate lor member of the Legislature from Fresh Milt, per gallon ,. 10 cents Chamberlain s Chollc. Chclcra and Lincoln county; aubject to uomluaiitm b) the dc aro you waiting for?" at cn. "What Pennsylvania I'ire, Philadelphia; Remedy was used; that relieved him . 10 cents Skimmed Mill., pr gallon BHXraC) .mckowih, i'miiii"ii rorsaieoyw "Please, mum" 8 cents Dutter Milk, per gallon Ins. Co. l-2V-C.A- .U 11 DR. JOS. HAAS' Nashville, Tenn., March (!, 1SS3. Tho O. I Stocklon Medicine Co., Nosh ville, Tenn., Is a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action ol Gentlemen: It jjivis me exceeding the Democratic party He would appreciate yitur Hog & pleaiMiie to speak of your Antiseptic, as solo Wc.will Deliver ICE Every MornI consider it somethitii; wonderful in the ing at c per lb. way of .medicine. My old servant, AlUsed Successfully Fifteen Years. In Mantord and Rowland and br co l'.i. mr nr bert, who is 7L' vents old, was very sick JOHN IV, . JOHNSON We aretery Will arrest disease, prevents disease, eapels 30 lbs and 100 lbs 45c per iuo lbs with Pneumonia, complicated with Is ihankful lor pist pttron.ge and respettlully re worms, alandlcate for Assessor of Lincoln Heart Trouble and Dropsy. I called in subject to the action of the Democratic partycounty nuest Its continuance Will deliver Irom lb up maturitystop cough, Increase the flesh and hasten , I my .unity physician nndgavo him every and so cents per package: rrices it so. si IIAKKUH viu. iill3,JAi-rpound can )ia s The Iargttt packages are attention, but the doctor linslly told me cheapest bor talc br W. NcCLARY that there was no hope and this only A. R I'KNNV, -:- thing that could bo done was to make Is a Candidate for Superintendent ot Public stanlord, Ky him comfortable until the end. At this Schools for Lincoln County, subject to the action English and Classical tor males and fomales. point I decided to aivo him Stockton's ol the Democracy. SPLENDID FARM Antiseptic, as it seemed to be perform: : Kentucky. ing almost miracles for others It was SALE A. GIVENS given in regular doses every three hours N xt session begins Sept rth. 1.11- - Th muri. It Sheriff of Lincoln county, and the fever began to decrease from the jecta Candidate forof the Democratic patty. sub- 'JCd tcachiog thorough, the building md grounds to tho action I will sell privately my .arm of 1 ounz ladies ''Oautilul aiid ratea reasonable, jm acres, isituat ilrst do-- e and a decided improvement '"aided in the College: oung gctillemen LiMrdtd ed on the West side of tne llustonville St Danwas noticed the ftrst day. In three days I the town Kor further particulars anlreathe ville nite. Si miles Irom Hustons- lie and wljhin MI LI ON KLLIOll. a hall mile of the raltoad station of Moielind. resident, he was sitting up and in a week lie was shu film is in a splendid state of cultivation, back at hi" work as usual, and is renamwell Improved with a dwell n ol 6 or 7 rooms, ing his strength very fast. I conscien- Is a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action tf neceary outbuildings, including a good bun. TO COAL I1URNERS About half ol the faim is sown In (raw and the tiously believe it saved the old man's the democratic party entire place is well wilered and can be d vldrd , Ol Kowland, Manfotd and Vicinity Kespectfullv yours. life. panels par- P. HUFFMAN NOTICE Poultry Remedy 1 F. Garrard College, Q7- J. Lancaster, FOR PRIVATELY. - 1 DINK FARMER Ten-ness- e 1 IgSouth-boun- d 1 North-boun- F. ELKIN, THE COFFEY HOUSE I JNO. BRIGHT JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. torn Bakincr mwaev E. KENNEDY, 4 f A!FirstClas $100 E1WABD. j7-l- 'Pure JOHN BAILEY, Original jcllico Conl. JOHN n. EMMET! TO TH1 1 T.AT)IBS. 1,000-mil- e post-offic- e PRICE, Largest Best p C. D. GmTERAI, STORE, Kentucky, POWELL, PETER Commercial Hotel, Stanford, diar-rhcr- a. zdi:r,"1 1 11 11 T. NEWLAND, ss INSURANCE AGENT' First-Cla- How-lan- d e F. NORTH, DU.-hr- 11 lwilt make two trips dally. The patronage oi the G A. PKYsON. , public it solicitei Stanford, Ky jt-- t jr. lib on?' "Well, what is it?" "Please, mum, what street does shu Texas Sittings. Kmnt-relili- s -- .iiiu iiti!)lf l, hare had Esmerelda Longcofiin is very much gone on Mr. Goldbugy, with whom she hag a passing acquaintance, but her love XtfvOvtUnd repainted and nicely furnithed and is not reciprocated. At last Emerelda Vsve in correction with Hotel one of the best sa- - got desperato and reolvel to bring Gus oons in the State, open day and night; anight At n picnic she said, with man meets all trains. In connection with House to termd. aave also one ot the best Mineral wells in the Mati Hashing eyes: nr.d for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs "Sir, I want you to .stop parading past G V,'. Pttr.ck, Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Moyd In- zrew, Krin, Tenn . A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. my window every day. Mv mother & E. Proctor, C II. Hraum.Mr. and Mrs. T. W. "Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Johnson, don't like it." New Haven, Jim Cox, Greensbure. Rates it per "I'll bo glad to accommodate you if day. J. M. Petrey, clerk. Give me a call you will tell mo where you live," replied l.W CARR1LR. Prop. qSoiy Gus, with a cynical Mnile. Exchange. Notice to the Traveling Public. The Sh.elton House, bruises The sores, ulcers, salt rheum, (over soret, tetter, chapand all txib erup ped hands, chilblains, corut unn. nmiiivi.lv fnrn piles, or no pay requir ed. It is guaranteed to tfivi perfect satislacnoc Price, S cents per boa or money refunded v0r sale by A R. Penny, Stanlord, M Bucklln'a Acalca Salve best salve In theworll tor cuts, MILLINERY. fr ol North America. ..J All of which are first- - last Cnmnames I oul4 tie pleased la watt nmy friends in this line, Pol. have reti rntd Irom the citio lth a nice line icies promiitly issues! ill insure against torna k. a Candidate t ) represent I in( Mn county In the i el Millinery which I will sell a tma'l profit des-s- , wind and lightning Lightning claus- uest Legislature, su' ect t. the action olthede t.ooils leflnier, asfrcsn as Inn season t goods, esaiiacnei si.rms auuiuon il ctistge mocracy Irom last season, I will sell at Otfice at r ir.l National Hank, Stanford. J HARVKV IIKLM I wii-vo- T. J. HATCHER When Isaliy win K'k. H Kv h,,r Coftorl"-Wie-ti h sa a ChlM, nho crv-- for Catorla. When he beeam Ml. "hn cliin- to When sho bud CulUreti.she prethm Castr.ria. d Cv-tor- COST FOR THE CASH ONLY, - T- - TO ocratic party incoln county and Is a Candidate Ur Jailer of akks hi. friends n-- to commit theinselti-- s to any oat ele. as he is forced to sti) at home and work His candidac) is sut.jevt to the action ol the DemI the first opportunity I cordially invite the la lies lo tall and esamine their palruiO my goods lalsoxxull s share ot M age MRS I IlltlCh -uutord, Ky I 1 he reason I do this is to mluce my stvk of gools so I will b a.le lo ll o it my busimss at The People of Stanford AND LINCOLN COUN IV last sM.nn I retp. Ifu.ly dutlnc the iitiniug tta-uh the n 1 hanking you nr ur liberal fair Indeed I S1AMORD ::',;, feed m m mm, Jsticet, ti ITo-- Milliaory. 1 ntgr for Ice re lUrsl Its continuance eipe t all to THE F. I RILEY B HOUSE London, RIL.Kr,iProprlotor, - Kentucky. hare moved to my new Hotel and am betttr prepared than ever to accommodate the public. Good Livery attached and every convenience Give me a call advice? withd.arrb.ia We use.l various medlano. alvo Didn't Knuvi. cW until we doctors, but nothing done hi.n an Dilkins (suffering from ii heavy cold) kockI .d fhamberlaln's Colic, Cholera I met 15 different acquaintance:! this Diarrhea Rtmrfy. which I consider ii. f and morning, and just of them told mo of mvlicine soon iure.1 can cniisciei.liou.iy res... made ind a diarrhua or colic med- somo euro cure for it cold. u to all who need le, is and v lcme J K Hare. Wifo Didn't tho forty-fiftoffer any rHniboitltsfortaleby Trenton. McRobertt, Stan. W. It. Only Omh -- MV little boy vas vtry bad off fur two months At John M jnefee't n w brii k on Depit My mother, Mrs. Kate On 'derar has turned Irom the uliet wnn an elwga'il Hue i liner j, embracing ut re ' Mill. MANUFACTURED 1 11 111 ICE, ,. J. W. RAMSEY, Pro'r., ALL OF THE NOVELTIES ""'""jr; 1 1 Who will at all times he glad to a c mmsdate all Of ihe season, ol arhich she will hsvc lull control She also cngagnl a with good rigs at reavm) . rates. My llu will meet all K C trams i Dress-MakeFirt-Class r. I irst or itirinateb) a home Sniiifl, the be is absolutely and in.t.iutt ilwmlcally p ire, iielng ma.'r ft spring water, which is firai distilled and then carefully Altered before being fruen 1 hint, Ailifuial Ice will It. I inn. h bmgrr thin Knd I e I mirth, an epldemi of cholera is t xiked tor during: the vnar and n.tlh. ing is mi apt tu prodm e or spread this disease j impure water or Ice. I'.fth.it illbc h J.H.HILTON" ROWLAND, KV. QEALER I" Dilkina Xo. Ho had u cold himself. Now York Weakly. Well NitiueiL FOR SALE. Shares Capital Stock Stanford Water, Light IN GROCERIES, HARDWARE, Friend I seo you havo namod a now brand of cigarettes after Cicero. r Hat moved into his new store at tlm junction of pikes the Stanford &. Crab Orchard ind "I at Rowland and Is now letter than ever prepared to please the trade in both Manufacturer stocjc oi''; coons, J'Iuoks, Frieud But Cicero know nothing about tobacco. Manufacturer That'sall right. No tobacco iu them. Good News. Kxperli-i- Jut bo. Etc. He has re' ently addtd greatly to his stock nnd hating no rent t pay and no lo by bad debts cheaper than an) body ( all be can tell you and get hit prii.es before buying $71'" gdt Tenches. GOME to SEE ME. Having pur haed the Grocery : Business SiftmgH. Podsnap What a beautiful sight it will bo in tho world to come all tho ntreets paved with gold. toother Hayseed I don't beliovo it'a nothin but brass. I bought ono of thoin there gold bricks myself onct. Texas Appropriate). Deacon MAin of Seven m.11 sou We anthorue our i.lv ertised druggist to for Consumption. & Ice Co. JA.MKS Or KingS New Discovery condition IIIO.MASVKACKK. hAl.KK If ou this Coughs nod Colds, Cold or any Lung. Seven per cent divide ml guaranteed areaYlaedwuh a 'I here is use this remedy no better or I hroat or Chest 'I rouble andwill nftr stock MApplv to according to directions, g.v.ug II -- fair r, ;1 a nd C &UFI.h . rK:." "",". sou Stanford, Ky. 41 exptrinceno neneni. retuilded Wecouiinol ..nur mnucv Kings iVe this offer If we did not know mat ..... nssl1 Mr .rfllftl uixin. II never R l'.nn'- rnn'rraltotics-freeatALarge sie 50c and $t STANFOKD, Y. drugstore "trajed Irom my premises about the lit of July a pale Red .i ilk. cow anu nlleilerof same color Wc are In our new stable in the Opera lloust A Leader iprlDtrinz lo calve I w. gwea liberal reward Block and arc well supplied with has Since Its firtt introduction, Klectric Ilitlers It is for intoriii U.on that will recover the n now GKOR(.L 41 IIKNKDICT, ealned rapidly in i.pular livor until ,oB,lc. and among .unt med.ral ftl inlord Ky NEW RIGS AND HORSES ., nniiirt .. .. .t VFSl.Ullliii'slir nnthtnir- which IK.'fIllUH 1(8 3 Tr.lM ..,, . - rt'Coelll'iM a r,e.'aend 7". purchased and nothing but medUine for all a limenu of I will cure urnoutl will leave the stable he Stomach. Liver and Kidnes It Indigestion, Constipation and Sick Headache, All fMTon having claim agaimt the tttate of Satisfaction drive Malaria from the , stein. mon.-lisV.fi M MDiK... ....it m. wM Unf.1 wait inc. ktiiia each bottle r the ;u.i ... i'it,iuut;i W (.. those indebted.1,.... .iu will prntxrly proven, and to it unded Price only 50 cents per bottle, hold by jiU'av? scttiu at once IVnny. Druggitt A R. W. II HIGGIVj. Kxr Guaranteed Cure. Call and esamine tny slock of Milliner) betorw buying and leave oiir order fur your drcsstss I hanking you fur past favor we soln.lt tamo Jt Delivered Regularly and Punctu-alt your Doors Kieiy morning at the lulloHitig l Prices cW. VEAGER & YEACiER, w . .. if "" REWARD. livery, :::: m sale stable, Kor 100 pounds or ovt r 40c per hundred I r jo pounds to 1011 I V p. r hundred lor io tu ;o pounds 50c per hundred N less than 10 pounds delivered. K. II II KM Kit 10 JOHN R. DcNARDI. Z ITOTICE hrst-cla- si ..,... iiit Give tlicm a Call. Of J W Ramsey, Iain Increasing the stuck as and will boon h ive it fast as Complete in Every Particular. Call at nij time on Lancaster street and I will eitke il to your interest lo trade with me 3 W.C. II. Castleman. HUTCHINCS. A J! to money little IVllels for a lor a cathar ic entl. laxat.ve-ihr- ee easiest Ihcv'rethe smallest, tne way wmey They .." and nott natural in sonsiipsiiun, ml cestlon.a I nit oiliuckt. tick or bilious headache and de. and bowelt aie ra ge . ent.ol the llvtr. ttomacl. relieved and cured The) 're guaran ye satisfaction in every caso or 1 he thinga to relletH. 'I ike m of the It you keep High Living at It, it apt to tell upon the prevent this are lUl'iertc . " User i'le.!-a- nt BAI1S THE JEWELER. -:- CRAB ORCHARD -- va 11,11 I 0 - ,, " l.wr' our STANFORD, M W2&. . - SPRINGS. I Carriage Painter and Trimmer, All kinds of vehicle, painted trimmed and re hairi.1 In first class st)lc I'lain and ornamental guaranteed In both workmani!?" ship ami price Shop on iiuin alrrct, user. Win. f1"''00 a it returned his lamed Sumiuir Resort, vwlh its Kaugherty blacksmith shop, Stanford, Ky, John ( Lauham ROYAL insurance Company Ten Drokir Whydoyou call that your poker chair' Miss Dashing Becauso it has so often held a pair. Truth. Nltr Outlook. "Tliey say," said Spriggins, "that it takes three generations to inuko a gentleman." "Tiiat," replied Wiggins, "opens up a pleasant prospect for jour grandfather." Life. A head The wnrtt cases of Chronic Catarrh In tlm So yield to Dr. .ag'a Catarrh Remedy for cerUti. an inrewarl it It that lit makert olfer S500 curable case. Stock Most Complete PHOTOGRAPHS first-chu- ! OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE &GASTLEM AjN MANAGERS, s work C ibinet Come to Rowland (or re only $1 50 per doien- Card $1. I willat make same negatives at Crab Orchard every Saturday of relet- . Hoping the cltLena will take good works, my . -ormirace me in (ltce ,.- I ii rosinectfuilv. ' 391 m FRANK CORDIKR. s 1 WE &SW$ j2-m&!BS- aTW mr Hoaling Waters and Rostful Surroundings, " &vr".st arj3?Hjit' -- y. m vzr": " Is Npw Open lor the Guests. Re-ccptioii- 'of ( . ormtf Commerce Building-- , Louisville Th.o 1-- 1 Poo Valley. rJJ ryflvV . A Emn &$!ts ..Bv.yvrJ n MMW l'r-ices- . Hiallli and pleasing niekcra wilt find this AN ADMIRABLE PLACE 'iSilverwars To recover their wonted health and energies and at tne same nine accurc uiei, nomo like lare at Agents throughout the South. W. A. TBXBBLZ, Local STANFORD, KV. A?ot, c... r.,.., tirlt of New Mexico, No fail attended ure in crops under irrigation if properly be gruti to. All fruits thrown In California can " ....-- .. In New M.xico. excepi uhui," ,,u ,0 JKiti Ume M Land from S'i Si Ptr ,a,c,e t. ntrcent. Call on or address. R, C, MOKOAN. D. D S, Stanlord, Ky. Rock Uottom Prompt personal attention given to repair work. One call will convince you that this is the place to trade. Reasonable Rales. li ce of Hoard from J; to $u perjweek Ko further inlormation appl) tu GUS HOI MANN, Crab Orchard, Lincoln County, Ky. -- AT- Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, I her are three of the hen Ilarbera in the Slats there are alto excellent Hath Rooms run In connection. Agent lor Lexington Steam Laundry. SB .vfc. i- J. i., 1 aC.vu- r.t- - - '. v.us- - . tti.ii .. t4teitJtei."jM:ffi$ki ZTSXSSmLLM -- i&KJL J u itati m -- a -.- IJljJ.tMI. lTTilMlItWMiaWtta . ... WiM --.. , iH&?j