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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893080101 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. -- lrira - r-r- - - r"tt"rT"T "rf W"l 'WPfi' "wwpr" mn tuifiwipwitWiH Semi-Weekl'N VOL. XXI. THE LINCOLN y Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. AUGUST 1. 1893. NO. 44 LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. at Heat pliaelon pony n4 hands and unIt looks now ns if the Association will der 10 co pay a small dividend. If it does, stock Exhibition and a TriA Delight as an J entries! I.. S. Loan, L'oyle, lit, Misses for next year's fair will bring more titan Jesie Cook and Jennie Held, and. umph Financially. aa I'aucy turnout, mare or gelding, driven par now. To say that it was a succeaa would bo by lady and gi ntleman ,000 The secretary's stand seemed to be the 7 entries, Carroll Hatley and Miss Clara too rulld a way to expiess the Idea when most popular place on the grounds. Next Lackey, ist, A L. Penny and Miss Healie one wishes to convey to another how big year the association will build the amlliirmidc, and. County StQuk Fair COUNTY FAIR. Nothng seems to be known as to the origin of the late fire. G. Woods, a citizen of Taint Lick, in this county, was buried SaturRice Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. a thing the Lincoln was. It was simply immense, and , Full corpi of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior course in Literature, Music aa noon to refresh An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. a Jo derj atmosphere. Koea without saying. .Some (ew parties, Hundley, Hoyle, ist, 3 entries; A. E A meeting is to be held at the courtwho were opposed to having a fair, preGaines llros. and. house Saturday afternoon to organize a dicted that it would bo a (allure finan- J4 licit Stallion 3 years and under 4 ao 00 fire brigade and prepare for the future. Sij to first, s to second, cially and otherwise, but they soon saw sentries; Gay llros., Woodfurd ist, Joe The new buildings on the public the error of their way and are proud Hales, Madison, and. square will soon be occupied and ready of now to speak of the grand exhibition a; co J3 licit stallion years old and over for business. Now let the customers last week aa "our fair." The show of o to first, $5 to second. cornel 8 entries; William Rue .V Son, Hoyle, ist, stock was without parallel in this secFALL TERM OPENS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH, 1893. Eld. Joseph C. Frank, of tho ChrisJ. O .ceil, tion, so competent judges tell us, and sS Hen marc or Hoyle, and. age....gcldlngany 73 00 A SCHOOL AND HOME FOR GIRLS. tian church has been seriously ill for the the crowd waa large each day. The libJ jo to first, $!, to stcond and Jlo to past week and is still confined to bis Good Faculty ; superior advantages ; a beautiful and healthful location. Special course and special effect and eral premiums had the desired third. Speed, style and durability bed. He has the sympathies of a large inducements ofTered to those who deilre to make teachers. Our aim is to make our pupils thorough considered. the finest specimens of equine llesU from The College has been recently refited, and a College Library, Wall Maps, Globes, Tellurians, Charts, Sandidge .V Harbison, Fayette, circle of friends. the four quarters of the Statu were , 9 entries; Cecil, Hoyle, and, C. I. Pitmen, have been added. M. G. THOMSON, Principal. 33 ist, J O Rev. James Matthews, D. D., and &c, brought here to compete for them. The Hoyle, 3d wife, of San Francisco, Cat., visited Lan rings, with one or two exceptions, were a; Sweepstake saddle stallmn. ... 300 00 .FOR. caster on inursuay last. Uo was a proa Sijo to first, J;j lo motid, $50 to third, well Ulled and in many there were fessor in Centre College for a number of iS to fourth, dozen or more contestant, as will bo tw entries; Gap llros., Woodtord, lit, I. years and waa stated supply for the Pres program and results beeeeu from the A. Davis, Keene, and, Lrye H Drye, 31), byterian church here for along time. He low. The beet of ordor prevailed and F.. P Vnodi, 4H1 has been teaching and preaching in the there waa nothing to mar the pleasure of Second Day. West since he left Kentucky. Prof. Mat Lincoln the moat successful fair that thews is a ripe scholar and an able HOUSES POK SADDLE I'URPOSES. county has ever known. a under 3 speaker. His debate with one of the is 00 The 1300 saddle stallion purse had a$ Heat stallion toyears andjo lo second. first, l tia.59 e bleu t elders of the Christian Church on been greatly talked of and much interest Sentries, A. E Hundley, Hoyle, ist, (.ay predestination has been published in waa manifested in it. There were varillros , Wooufttrd, and. book form and is considered one of great ... aa co I'est stallion 3 jears and under ous favorites and each one was backed a; game. first. IS to second. SiS ability. He has been a delegate to the by his admirer's money (that Is, aa much Mat Cohen, with Joe Bales, of Rich' General Assembly several times and entry; Gay llros., Woodfurd, lit and and. sporta could raise ) There 3) licit stallion 4 cars old and over as the local 5 10 mond, did not do aa well with his string tTook a prominent part in the proceedjo to first, s to second. we 10 entries in this ring and a tlner here aa he did laat year, notwithstand- ings of that body. He left the same day Walker, Madison, ist, t entries, Jason lot of horses could not be found In a ing he had some mighty good ones. It on his Hearley Hroa. A Hays, mil, return to his home in the West mouth's huut. Elijah Stout, of Shelby 31 llrst griding J yeara and under 3 J 00 wasn't Mat's fault, however, for a hardHe was cordially welcomed by a large of Mercer, and Joe ville, S'am Foray the, er worker in a show ring than he does number of his old congregation. lit solo first, Ji So to second. Orders for Bread by Mail or Telegraph Promptly Attended to. AdWeineger, of Garrard, were the judges entry, ( H, Swinebroad lit and and. not live. R. ZIMMER, Stanford, Ky. When a mnn dies in this day and dress. and after a careful examination of the 31 Heat gelding 3 years and under 4 .... as 00 6 entries; Harbison ,V Sandidge, Fayette, generation the first question asked is, MIDDLEBURG. horses and their gaits, the blue was ist, Ku& .sqd, lliyle, and. "What estate did he leave and did be awarded to Uighlaud Denmark, owned 3 lat gelding 4 years old and over ... ti 00 It is reported that P. H. Taylor will make a will?" The public claims to Squirrel J o to first, S$ pair of hip boots to ad, by Gay Bros., of Woodford, be a candidate for superintendent of have tho right to an answer this question Fayette, 6 eotnei; Harbison A' Sandidge, Chief, L. A. Davis, Keeue, I'd, King common schools. Hoyle, ind. and to be put in possession of definite 1st, C.I I'ltman, Chester, G. F. Anderson, Boyle, 3d, and J. M. Durham's comminsion aa post- information, so that those who have no THOROUGHBREDS. Eagle Hird, K. P. Woods, Lincoln, master arrived Saturday and he has tak- rights whatever to the property may be decisions were not approved by a 34 llett thoroughbred suckling colt either 10 00 en charge of the office. aei put at ease and be able to sleep sound considerable portion of the crowd, which a catrles, Sam Embry, Jr , ist, Hud Embry D. G. Elliott lips instituted proceed- of nights. Those who have nothing else was entitled to and, thought that Eagle Bird ings against a number of persons for fail- to do are usually the ones who manifest tth money, while jj licit stallion or mare year and over .. 10 en ure to work the road in his at least bettor than district. A the most interest in such matters and do II. Haubman, ist, Gentry S entries, S others thought that the great King ChesAssisted by Miss Ella May Saunders and Mr. Thomas Lasley, we lively time is looked for when court term llros , and the greatest amount of talking. This is ter ought to have had tirst or second 36 licit ) carting- either sea, with one stan are now ready to offer for sale, by retail or wholesale the stock of arrives. usually kept up until the dead man is place by all means. dard cross Season 10 Helmont Chief We have received notice to be a lit Becurely placed beneath the clods, when is a so " 16)9 The winner, Highland Denmark, tie careful how we use the name of a the grand scramble takes place over his entry; Greenberry llrigm ist and and. perfect model of a beautiful bay and is a i 00 certain young man in this column in the worldly possessions that have been ruthlboy rider under 11 yeara horse, as waa shown by hia getting first 37 licit future. We would Bay that we have no essly severed from him by the hand of a entiles; Hob Morcland ist, J no. Shanks a money In the model ring with the greaV JS 00 desire lo ubo his name at all, and will death, combined stallien any age .. 3J licit No vote of thanks or other eviest Imaginable ease. He is by the lijto fint, $10 to second. not do so unless occasion demands it, in dence of respect or gratitude is even A Son, breeder, Black Squirrel, and his jentries; Drje ,V Drye ut, Rue which case we will not hesitate to do so. bo much as thought of by many of the Hoyle, and d.itn is by Akin. And those who do not wish theirjnames recipients of his bounty, and his memogeldltit; to or The roadster rings were particularly j Hest rockaway male connection ry soon passes into obliviou, while his IS 00 mentioned in an unpleasant driven to reckauay interesting and were participated In by should guard their actions, especially name is not. remembered beyond the 3 entries; K G Denny, ut, II. G. Fos, Hoyle, aud. as line u lot of goers as any one could when within the bailiwick of the pres- grandchildren he has left behind him. age . Jo co 49 Hest combined mare or gelding any w ish to see. ent correspondent of the I.vtkhior JourSis 10 fint, $s to second. At noon on the 'JSth of July a fire As will bo wen, Chas.T. Sandidge was ist, W I'. Ows. nal. Sentries; Or) e of the frame Groceries, &c, recently run by Messrs. Stephens & Knox, at Rowbroke out in the third-storand 0. I. the winner on the first day Cumberland, and. ley, building on tho public square in Lancas- land, Ky , but now in Stanford, opposite the Coffey House, at prices LONDON, COUNTY. 00 second. Tom Yeager drove H licit lady rider LAUREL io on the nt, ter, known as the Miller Hotel, conduct- that no merchant will meet. You all know that this stock is in our j entries; Miss Heine Montgomery, Ethe Mr. Pitman's borne, G rover, and he was Mr. Joseph Epener, my clever Swiss Mm Etta Yeager, IWiy.e, and. Mm ed by Mrs. Holmes. Tho people turned favorite from the start. the horse became unmauagable friend and neighbor, was presented with out promptly and with the aid of the fire hands to Tho premium awards were as foland the left the ring a new born babe last week. engine worked faithfully for 3 or 4 lows 10 00 41 Hist marc and colt either ses Matt. Steele'has been drilling a well hours in endeavoring to extinguish the First Oay. 4 entries; Jihn Wharton, lloylo, ist, J. S. So co for C. A. B.tugh, three exuures from the Haines. This they were unable to ac i Hot mare mule coll Hooker, and. i entry; W It. llurkc, ll)le, irem. ami At a depth of S feet he complish, and thu entire frame building FANCV SADDLE KING. teit drilled through an vein of coal. was destroyed anil considerable damage So you have an opportunity to be benefitted by the misfortune of cur A. .... 10 oo muUi colt . ao 00 age a Hest hone 43 Hest saddle marc or gelding auy Iu writing about Mr. E, K. Wilson's done to the rear of the brick building friends, and we ask you to call on us as we know we can save you Not titled SiS to fint, 1 5 to second. is speech at the Knights of Honor enter- that constituted part of the hotel. The money. 0 entries; W. F. Owsley, Cumberland, ist, j licit mule any age $11 jo to fnil, $i 50 to second. Kama Sandidge and. tainment, I said he evidently made the fire worked its way down Richmond , 13 00 44 Hest walking mare or KclJinp. j entries; Win Stlgall, pi cm., W. II. hest one of his life, except of course, street and destroyed the frame building liurUe, Hoyle, cert. Sia.sototirst, $1,50 to second. Assignee. when talking to his bestgirl. I didn't used as a residence by Mr. A. G. Scott. 3 entries; E. I). Kennedy, 1st, John Mc- JACKb. and. explain that she HvedlJanywhero about By extraordinary exertions the adjoinRobcrti, 10 to , licit JacU under year 45 Hest model sulllon, mare or gelding. .. 15 o Stanford, but she does. MuVble, pretn., Gabe a entries; K. I.. ing residence of Mrs. Marra was saved. Sli jo to first, $J so to second Lackey, cert. Eugene Garrard, of Louisville, mar- Some of thu personal property iu the hoGay llros , Woodtord, ist, W. F. 7 entries; o co old and under a 5 licit jack ried Mrs. X. Lees last spring. Sunday tel aud privute residence was saved. The Ovt sley, Cumberland, and. entry ,0abe I.acVey, piem. aud cert. night they had a misunderstanding aud burned buildings were among the oldest to oo 46 licit double learn, speed, itylo and duraand under j old ci Heat Jack a yean bility considered, rc'ardleu of se, Mm. Gerrard was choked and kicked. in the town. Mr. John Farra, the polite Ilulble ltm., L. a entile; Al llutscll, color or ownership 30 01 After the first of July instead of selling goods on 6 months' time we He was bound over in the sum of $500 to and accommodating iusurance agent, has cc.l Harbison A Sandidge, Fayette, $ entries; will present our accounts the ist or 15th of each month, as suits the M '5 ; licit jack any aire keep tho peace and left for his former kindly furuUhed a statement as to the ist, J. G. Cecil, llojle, and. Ju 50 to tint, U 5" to accond. buyer. Our idea is to do a home to keep it. 4; Hest New York saddle stallion, mare or d lloyle, prcro., I. insurance on the property, viz: 5 entries; W II. lluile, ao on gcldlOR Sc Farra, agents: (J Hubble, cert. A. G. Scott, in SiS to tint, i$ tn second, The To Chicago via theULakks. years 1000 8 llest Jennet under Y. Bowery, $1000; Mrs. Mary Holmes N. Ileatley ,t entries; Rue A Sen, Hoyle, lit, and and. greatest trip to the greatest'fair on earth but for convenience we extend the above time. We propose giving entry M II. Kubanla itt llros. A Hays, and. to oo yeara and over. ride; Detroit to Chicago in N. Y. Bowery, $1,000; W. S. Miller, in oqr customers the best goods and guarantee to sell you Hardware, and a 1, 9 Hest jennet i ao c 43 Hest fancy saddle mare B. Si M., $1,000; same in L. L. and G. sentriesjM. H Kubanki nt, It I.. Hulx in thu grandest palace steamers on the N. $15 to first, $5 to ivcoihI. Hudson A Whetritt, agents: Groceries, Queensware, Woodenware, Tinware, &c, for less money ble and, $1,000. Lakes. Picturesque scenery. Returning 9 entries; W F Owsley, Cumli rlcnd, il, by Kaijle on 6 months' time. Our explana10 llettuckllnsclt either tea W. S. Miller, Phcvnix of Hartford, $3- ,- than you can buy them anywhere Drye ii. Drye, and, 5 " from Chicago direct, all rail; or you can is that it takes too much money carry on Il.rd Miller's total insurance $3,200. One tion for making the change SWEEPSTAKE ROADSTER go to Chicago by rail and return via the 000; entneij J. H. McAluter it. J. K. Karris During the 18 months, we have Hest stallion, mare or gelding, speed, of thu troubles the people of small towns our business on the 6 months' time. 4) and. Iakesand Detroit. Berth and menla insales have been much larger than we expected and durability considered ttyle luo 00 is of any sys- been selling goods our HOKSKS I'Olt IIARNKSS I'UKl'OSKS. cluded betweeu Mackinac and Chicago. have to encounter tho lack I'm to first, $15 to second, is ti third. ,0 tematic organization to fight tire and the and we are very grateful for the liberal patronage we have received. either ae. Round-trirate from Cincinnati $21 30 ti llett colt ut, J. G 4 entries; C I Pitman, Hoyle, of wa- We are also proud to say that our enstomers have been the very best 6 entries; J. II. Wharton, Ilojrle, nt, John Cecil, Hoyle, aud, Harbison & Sandidge, (via Toledo and boat liOo less.) For fur- failure to keep on hand a supply Hoyle. and. A Homer liaughman, to meet emergencies. When a fire is people in the land and we are sure we can make it to your interest to Fayette, 3d. year and ther information ask and C, II. A D. U. ter a Hest Stallion, mare or gelding i N0TK8. people rush into the continue with us. We will continue to take Country Produce in ex,0 K. agent, or address E. 0. McCormick, announced the a under As rhitf marshal George Keller is a VanArsdale, Mercer, lat. Thanking you for past Btreets with a few buckets, everybody is change for goods at the highest market price. 6entnca;J II. G. P. &T. A.. 0 , II. & I). K. K , CincinTom Knglish No. -. boss and the suggestions are thicker favors, we are A E. Hundley, Hoyle, and. Very Respectfully, a yeara and unuer 3. v There was plenty of water on tho nati, 0. 3 Heit mare than mosquitoes on the Mississippi river RIcKIKNEY BROS. J.O.Cecil, Uoyle, lat, Jason 4 entries; Nashville, Teun., March 0, 18!):i. The in August. They rush around ground?, If it did have a kind o' redey6 and. Walker, Madison, S Stock Medicine Co., Nashville, Tenn., taste. and do the best they can, but 10 yeara and under 4 14 Heat mare 3 A two days fair without a single dis Gentlemen: I have had muscular rheu- well trained firemen would accomplish S11.50 to first, $1.50 to second. entries; Oay Hroa., Woodford, it, Robt. turbance is pretty good showing for a matism and indigestion for a number of more in a given time than 100 of those years and had lost hopes of over finding Walker, Madison, ana of this o 00 wet town. "d any relief, as the most skilled physicians who usually work on occasions licit mire IS Highland Denmark", winner of the had failed in my case, but I am happy to kind. They will smash looking glasses SiS to first, $5 to second 1st, T IliOO stake, got b'ix mares for next year, state that your Antiseptic has made a to save them from the tire aud perform 8 entries; C.C. Harris, layette. complete cure and 1 do most heartily wonderful feats in saying things that are M. Clarkson, and. lie is undoubtedly a grand horse. I'URI'OSKS. Doc aud Brother Drye took in consid- recommend it to all for rheumatism and worthless, while things worth saving are HORSES FOR SADDLE indicestton. I will cladly answer all in ,0 erably over $100 In premiums, but did quiries in regard to your Antiseptic. overlooked. 16 licit colt either acx Wharton, iwyie, sai, not do quite aa well as they expected. 7 entries; J. K. Yours respectfully, W. E. Bateman. 310 Tho O. & O. will give an excursion Farm, and President K. P. Woods is a No. 1 man Broad street." For sale by A. R. Penmare or geiaiDBi Stallion, "r 17 Best to Old Point Comfort August i. Tickets New stock, styles and shades. " u for tho ollice ho held aud was untiring ny, Stanford. old and under a from Lexwill bo $112 for tho round-triin hia ellbrta to make things run smoothentries; A. E. Hundley, Hoyle. 111; Joe 4 The president of the Associated ington. Bug-llgi- es Farm, and. ly. American Exhibitors of the World's . unuer 3 1$ Heat mare a year and Tho New Farmers Bank at Mt. SterW. A. Tribute has a right to be proud Fair complains to the National Commistia so to first, $a.jotoecoud. of hia mare, which took Heveral blue sion that "the dancing girls of Midway ling auspended and next day the TradDrye, ist, A. K. HundDry 3 entries; ties. A handsomer mare than she could Plaisance, the scum of ttho brothels of ers Deposit Bank followed suit. Both ley, Hoyle, un,,er '"" Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, banks will resume. IleM mar. 3 y"r and not easily be found. the Orient, attract more attention than second, , $1 j to first, $S lo Claude M. Thomas, new apHon. Landreth's Garden Seed at Joseph Gay, of tho firm of Gay Bro4., the great Manufactures and Liberal Arts Haiti, gentries; Karris Sandidge, ut. Jce pointed consul to Marseilles, France, and Woodford, made many friends during building." Tho president flatters the Madison, and. Miss Margarite Brent, daughter of Judge aj o his stay hero, lie is a clever gentleman . 11.., man a vears old and oer depraved public by suggesting that more $wtofirst,$Jtosecwid. from his string must be a good judge guides and better ventilation of the great Brent, nil of Paris, will marry on ths Oth and Drye, ..t. Joe lial.s! New.Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. and sail for France on tho 15th. of horses. buildings will remedy this. -- i, and. that the olhcera and directors are delimited 3 IIORSKS FOR HARNESS PURPOSES. licit stallion or gelding a yeara ard un- - 4 4 . phitheatre there. Albert Hommel and T. J. Hatcher are boss ticket sellers, while Mr. George P. Bright aa ticket taker did his work systematically and well. The band boys are under special obligations to Misses Clara and Ophelia Lackey, Mrs. Joe E. Karris and otherB for courtesies of a substantial nature during the fair. The Stanford Uniformed Gold Band acquitted itself most creditably and many were the compliments paid it. The boys have a just right to feel proud of being members of one of the best bands in the State. The special trains from the maintains were only fairly well patronized, altho' Honorary It. M. Jack- oon, of London, and (J. W. McClure, of Mt. Vernon, did hard work to bring down a crowd. Garrard was represented at tho fair by as fair a representation of its divinely fair as one would wish to look upon. Several of the young ladies from there could discount the $10,000 prize beauty and Rive her several poiuta in tho Vice-Presiden- day. A fine shower came Saturday afterthe earth and cool the Fall Session Tuesday, September 5th 1893s C3ELRISTIAN OULjEGE. Hustomrill, Sy- Fancy Groceries,Bread? Cakes?Piss Candies, Lunches,Fnits, &c., CALLONR.ZIMMER THE BAKER. 1 A Good Meal for 25 Gts. 1 . 4th-Th- e Assignees Sale! 1 1 well-Kuo- wn Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Pit-ma- ti y court-hous- e. h W. H. HIGGINS, 1 . IWy-le- , . 1 1 )r Read This and Profit by it CASH BUSHsTESS, '. Kin-nair- 1 ', 000-mil- e 4 p '- panic-stricke- n 4 11 4 yt-a- or SEASONABLE GOODS. WALL PAPER & ALABASTINE Carriage and Decorative Faints for and Household use. p . d- - "" gentne's-.DryeA- W. Bo MoBB13BT8, yv- - Madison, 4 - .-. -i- o--- EO" wyiVBrtp yyyiwiwwy"" av--- ? -'- -. ff ' . n r"; wW" ' -- - Kuitok Smith, of tho ML Vernon Sig- - ion of the household goods wns niadt; nal, is laying himself liable to be Hayed This was done without trouble, but im alive, like we have been, by the terrible mediately afterwards Caldwell fired the and terrific pen of Editor Dyche, of tho fatal shots. Ho was G2 years old. AUOUST 1, 1B&3 London Echo, who comes under one of STANFORD. KV.,- There were 301 bank failures in the the heads. After telling of tho Judge United States from May 1 to July 22, the Long pension steal he adds: Talk about capital involved being 133,031,033. Only W. P. WALTON. pension rottenness, but there's a sample 10 per cent, of the failures and 11 per to make the angel's weep. Tnere are cant, of thectpital were in the South, but four classes of people who will not while of the failures and four- Goods, condemn such frauds the man who is fifths of tho capital involved were in Shoes, conscious of drawing a pension fraudu Western and Pacific Sfntes. lently, the man who is trying to get one A second call has been issued for anfraudulently, the man who expects to other national conference of colored resort to profit greatly by some other man's pen- democrats, to bo held at Washington That there is too great lynch law there can be no question. sion rascality and the cheap demagogue Aug. 21. The call is issued by the naSometimes it is absolutely necessary, but who insults the intelligence and honesty tional Democratic League, which proin nine cases out of ten it is best to let of his constituents by telling them that poses to organize Statu Leagues and to round-tri- p to the law take its course. It is pleasant to such suspension is wrong and a demo publish n democratic paper as the organ note that an effort is being made at cratic outrage. of the League. Memphis to punish the oflicers, who The failure of the governor to ap W. M. Hull, one of the editors of the prove the codification resolution will permitted, without resistance, a mob to l and a writer of force cost tho State at least 315,000. The State take from tho jail a negro and hang and burn him, and bIbo to punish the mem- and ability, will lay aside his pen, the could print and bind tho Statutes for $2 Come to see we bers of the mob. The grand jury has in- uiore's the pity, and become the mana- per volume. The State will have to pay goods to to one. dicted the sheriff and three of the mur- ger of a theatrical company, of which the $S per volume for iL It will require 3,- derers and is still after the others. If beautiful Marie Jansen is the bright, 000 copies to supply the State officers, convictions can be procured it will go a particular star and McDonough's new and they cost from privato sources J2I,- long ways towards stopping a crime comedy, "Delmonico's at ()'' the play. OOO.Arus. almost ib heinous as the ones for which Mr. Hull has a great fondness for theatFARM AND TRADE ITEMS. many of the victims are hung. There is ricals and his newspaper friends hope been we little danger that a negro will not get that in gratifying his taste he may at September wheat dropped to GOJc go to se the justice in the courts. Oftener tban Bame time reap a rich harvest of Saturday. they are punished beyond the ducats. A Kansas mare 39 years old has just would-b- e measure of their crimes, and a resort to Come to see The First National Bank of Middles-bor- dropped a fiue colt. lynching with them is in a majority of receive Gambetta Wilkes has Towered his J. P. Sandifer, cashier, suspended cases without reason or excuse. Friday, and ao did the Ptneville Bank- record from 2:22J to 2:10. Ben to Peyton Douglas a It seems to be the mission of the re- ing Co. The suspension of the former is 3 year-ol- Boone Boldfor $75. gelding said to be temporary and resulted from publican editors to bark every time a kick Geo. Baker sold to Evans, of Pulas is made against the way the "Grand its inability to meet tho demands of its hogs at bc. depositors with the ready cash, but the ki, a bunch of Army of Republicans" are raiding and Foa Sale. 600 bushels of nice white Pineville concern seems to have gone up robbing the treasury in the matter of pensions. Our reference to Judge Long for good, as it has made an assignment. Seed Rye. Bright Ferrell, Stanford. California has produced three out of : : has raised an unusually loud howl, the Both institutions have been doubtful for five of the faatest pacers in the world. London Echo and the Lexington Leader some time. A. Logan Denny sold to Gay Bros., A. URHANSKY, making the most noise of the pack. Both There will be no war between France of Woodford, a fancy saddle mare for of these say that Black and Siam, the latter having agreed to $330. is drawing $100 a ontb for total disa the demands laid down in the former's INMEM0RIAM. G. A, Adams sold to Thompson bility when he is able to earn his living -- : ultimatum. There was nothing else to Bros, a bunch of fat heifers at and that wo do not refer to him because do. Mr. B. Y. Coleman, one of our oldShe was too small to successfully 3 cents. he is a democrat. We are not aware, contend with France and most respected citizens, passed Great Britain For Sale. Southdown Sheep, both est and to his reward Thursday, July 27, V. A. Slayma-kcRki'kkhncks. positively, that such is the case, but we failed to offer the expected assistance. sexes, from one to three years old. J. E. quietly daughter, Mrs are no more in favor of Black drawing A. G. Huffman, J. C. McCla-ry- , 1SD3, at the home of hi It is well, but corn and wheat will not Bruce, Stanford. money he is not entitled to than the J. W. I'crin, J. W. Wallace, in tho Slst year of his age, be as high in America. George Engleman had a valuable Sue Sutton, republican in the land. Let blackest John Newland, J. N. Mcncfee, K. and was laid to rest in the Huston villu cow bitten by n mad dog a few dayB ago, the pension rolls be purged no matter G. Waller, Win. Rice, W. C. Ah-be"You can take a horse to water, but cemetery Friday. whose ox is gored. In the meantime, you can't make him drink.1 The courts from the effects of which she died. T. H. Meals, . K. Wearen, Mr. Coleman was born in Orange Sid Gouch, of Daviess county, made wont Brer. Dyche especially keep his can compel'the World's Fair to be kept Va., Dec. 22, 1M2, and served W. G. Raney. A. J. Harp. county, shirt on and not get so excited this hot open on Sunday, but they can't make 47(5 bushels of wheat on 11 J acres of on apprenticeship in the harness and ground, an average of 41 bushels. weather? people attend. Less than 10,000 paid the saddlery business, which trade he fol Kvery one guaranteed. Special Horatio Berry sold to A. B. Murray, admission fee Sunday. lowed until his death, lu 1830 he came inducements now offered. in Sumner county, Tenn., 171 directors of the World's Fair are Ths ........ I... .,.1 1.atuil Ht lMtiVli (.. . mules at $137.50 This 1b the largest sale--' at present occupying that narrow strip of NEWSY NOTES. iSvi.rftl veara later he ..,,.,! to mimon- over made in the section. territory between the devil and the deep place ho remained until H. WEAREN & CO. The president has appointed James Secretary C. R. Baugh, of the Laurel ville, at which blue sea. When they wanted to opon ho came to Stanford to live five years their show on Sunday an attempt was T. Kilbreth collector of the Port of New County Fair Association, has our thanks ago. He was marrion io .uim ......v,vw. made to enjoin them, but they beat the York. for a complimentary and a kind invitaand five T. M.Thatcher is announced as a re- tion to attend the meeting at London Goode, of thlfl county, in 1S3I, injunction suit and opened up on the union, three of children blessed their first day of the week in full blast. It publican candidate for the Legislature in Aug. whom are living, Mm. Sallio Eubanks Pulaski. Fob Sale. Southdown bucks, bred didn't pa;, and after a few Sundays the county, and There are in the world 201 blind as- from the best herds of Kentucky, such as and Mrs. Sue Sutton, of this opening on that day was abandoned. Mr. John Hell Coleman, of Danville. I want to reduce my large Then those who advocated Sunday open- ylums and training schools, wiih 11.7S0 McGrath, Davenport, Clay and Fibber stock of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, Mr. Coleman united with tho Metho- and offer ing got out an order to prevent them inmates. them at prices never so low Call and examine the stock. premium buck at Lexinglastlburk used young, having dist church when very The financial situation is improv- ton Fair. F. Reid. from closing on those days and Sunday been sprinkled in infancy, but in late Ladies' watches former price $50 now $.10 00; ing. Bank and other failures are growD. C. Terhune bought 10 head fine they bad to open the gates in order to years he became dissatisfied with his ing daily less. Ladicsj watches former price $35 now S27.00; escape going to jail for contempt pendstickling mules at an average of iM 25. years Ten thousand casks and five hun- Many people are burning their straw thin baptism and was immersed several Ladies' watches former price $25 now S17 50. ing the proceedings. It seems to be a ago, still remaining in tho M. E. church. genuine case of "you'll be d d if you dred hogsheads of wine were destroyed year, owing to the large crop of hay that Solid Silver Spoons, Plated Spoons, Plated Knives and forks all He was a conscientious, Christian by fire near Paris. at the do and you'll be d d if you don't." ta being saved. Harrodsburg Democrat loved by all who knew and dearly J. Harper, a negro, was lynched at At Cecilian Park, Danville, Friday, : him. IIIh children, who mourn hia loss : The Louisville editors gave Mr. Ben Calera, Ala., by a mob composed of whites Flying Jim, a by Happy Day, as only those who have known a loving Ridgely, the jolly humorist of the Truth, and blacks, for rape. paced an exhibition 1 mile in the re sympathy This sale will be made for CASH. Hring the money alonfj with you. a farewell banquet on his departure for murder case markable time of 1:01 j. a 2 01) gait. This and kind father can, have the In the K of the entire community. Geneva, where he will represent the U. Morganfield 415 men had to be examin- is the fastest public trial ever madu by n S. as consul. Mr. Kidgely is one of the ed before a jury was obtained. in harnesi. Mothers, and especially nursing mothDr. James Cunningham Bachelor, most lovable men in the newspaper busers, need tho strengthening support and iness and is held in high esteem not on- Grand Commander of theSupreme Coun DEATH'S DOINGS. help that comes with Dr. Tierce's Favorly by his local brethren, but by all who cil, Scottish Kite Masons, is dead. The deaths of V. C. Hanna, S.", ite Prescription. It lessens the painp enjoy his friendship or acquaintance. Payments under the sugar bounty Mrs. Susan Newby, 71, and J. J. Har- and ourdeiis of child bearing, insures Emmetl Logan, of the Times, presided law last year were $9,373,130, an increase nett, 72 years of age, are reported in the healthy, vigorous otlspringand promoted at the banquet and made a speech of of 12,033,033 over the previous year. an abundaut secretion of nourishment Register. on the part of the mother. It Is an insuch earnest and impressive eloquence E. H. Bacon has been appointed dis Richmond Mrs. Lucy Clark was a member of vigorating tonic, made especially for woas to bring tears to the eyes of his hear- trict pae6enger agent of the Monon at the Presbyterian church and her funeral men, perfectly harmless in any condiers. Mr. Ridgely also tried to speak, Louisville to succeed Will G. Crush. system, as it regulates services were conducted by Rev. V. A. tion n( tin. fmnale but broke down with emotion. During The Chino, Cal., Beet Sugar Factor y Slaymaker and not by Rev. V. K. Ar- and promotes all the natural functions OF KVKRY DESCRIPTION. and never contlicta with them. his absence Mr. Raphael Semmes Col- the largest in the United States, has nold, as stated. Her mother's name is The "Prescription" builds up, strengthston will edit the Truth, and will do it started, giving employment to nearly Mrs. China McAfee. ens and cures. In all the chronic weak- Call and see them well. before buying men. Everything in the grocery line At the home of bin daughter, Mrs. nesses and disorders that alllict women, to benefit or cure, or the for sale cheap. The body of Albert Struby, a noted John T. Sutton, last Wednesday night, it is guaraneeed Ok the great number of hank failures architect, was found in the canal at Lou- Mr. Bushrod Y. Coleman passed away money is refunded reported but 10o are National banks, a isville. He wandered off in a fit of men- at the advanced age of 82. He was a naFor every case of Catarrh which they small per cent, when it is remembered tal abenation. cannot cure, the proprietor of Dr. Sags tive of Orange county, Va., and came to 300 in that there are 3,752 in the United States. U. II. KING. The centennial anniversary of the this section in 1S32. He joined tho Catarrh Remedy agree to pay soothing, OKOKGK II. I'KKWITT. 14 of the susController Eckels says that cash. You're cured by its mild, , laying of the corner stone of tho Nation- Methodist church at an early age and cleansing and healing propertii-Bor you pended banks have already resumed and al capitol by President Washington will lived a life void of offense towards God are paid. many others will do so. The National be celebrated at Washington September and man. banking laws are very strict and the fact a prominent physician of I)r M Havis Lewis,! at county, Iowa, and has been actively MORELAND. KY.. that each stockholder is responsible to loth. YOU engage! in the practice of medicine at that I'laee HltAlK lTl' AND TaKK A TOXIC .Mies florence Mglitingale has just irfith of May, while We have opened up a nice line ol past 35 years. for twice the amount of his stock makes will feel like a new man if you will take in the Moines en route On the to Chicago, he was sudcelebrated her 73d birthday. Although them pretty safe institutions. attack ol dlarrliua. Having taken with for many years confined to her house by Stockton's antiseptic and get your blood denlyChamberlain's anColic. Cholera and Diarrhoea thoroughly clean. It is a fine tonic, in- told past 17 jean, ami knowing it re Keiuedy for Kentucky does her full share for the constant-il- l health, she is ceaselessly at vigorates Hndoteanses the whole system. liability, he the procured a j c'nt bottle, two doses ol completely cured him The excitement work for tho welfare of her fellow crea- Ask A R. IVnny for it. which support of the government. Of the and chance ot water and diet incident to travel- ine often induce a diarrhoea. Kvery one should of internal revenue collected dur- tures. ilccomlnc Serloua. w mu jjui man iui muse yooUS UOl Pill procure a bottle ol tnn remeoy ueiorr icvm Town Marshal Blunk, of Parkland, WllCrC UL COUIU get ing the fiscal year just closed the grand Manager Dimo Museum "What's the home. I'or.aleby W II. Mckoberti, Driissm. .). i was shot down and killed by Edmund row in here? lartlwarc was bought in car load lots Stanford. . '"ost ,,r t,lc , old Commonwealth contributed more a wn,c enables us to make very low prices. Salt ! U , . . Attendant Ono of tho heads of the Theiuccenot Mr. Annie M Heam. of Mc- than a sixth, and of the increase of col- Graham, whom he was trying to arrest. AUSS lAMC AlyerS has OpCMCU lip DrCSS Marshal Blunk fatally wounded Graham, two headed girl wants a hoopskirt, and Keeport, l'enniylvan.a, in the treatment olaur- . IlfJ OVCr Olir StOrr nnrl lections over the previous year of will undoubtedly beof inter- - jnvJtes l,cr friends to rh.ra in herchildrtn who was also shot by Murray Blunk, the tho other doesn't. Good Nows. g'VC JlCr a nil 000, she gave nearly five millions. eit to manv mothers. Shosas. "I pent ieer- flood. al weeks in Johnstown, l'a,. alter the Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We marshal's son. will save you employed mere on account of my hmbatid bung Strong In tlie Spirit. ol whom money. Three negroes assaulted a white wo We A ckowii of coffee coolers and bounty Goodman Is Dr. Thirdly a powerful tookhad overal children with us, Itwo some of got the diarrhua very badly. man near Columbia, S. O. Two of them preacher? "Ve are opening up a splendid line of Millinery. Cbamberlain'i. Colic, Choleraand Diarrhira jumpers burned Secretary Hoke Smith were hanged Sunday by a mob and 1,000 Kev, Mr Chapman. It cured lth oi ueacon liicks I should think sol them. I know ol several oiner case in efiigy at Portsmouth, O., because he exexcited men were making an effort at 'Bout every fourth week wo have to havo was equally sticces-luI think it cannot suspended the pensions of some of their and su celled and cheerfully recommend It " last accounts to take the third one from tho pulpit repaired. Truth. cent bottlei for sale bv W II Mcllobeits, Stan, friends, pending an investigation. It is jail and dispone of him in the same way. ford, Kv. kind of business that brings many this 31urrlii;n Nut u l'ullurr. Oilicers of tho law had a busy, day .Mr Thomas Ilattc, editor of the Graphic, pensioners into odium and our lax laws Old Friend Was your daughter's marSunday at High Bridge attending to the riage a success? Arkansas, has lound what he believes to into disrepute. lie the Lett iemdy 1.1 existence for llux Ills ex. crowd of tougliB and who Hostess Oh, a great auccessl She's perlencu is well worth rememberinu. He ay Summer In Square or round top, zinc or canvas- "l.alalmost everyr.ad a severe attack ol llux. re- I The gubernatorial canvuss is getting hang about the at that traveling in Europe on tho nlimony. known remtly, none Hiving tried red-hVirginia. There are three place. Numerous arrests were made and New York Wcokly. lief. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholsra and lMrrhiea in purchased a lEemcdy was tLcommunded to me. democratic candidates and the conven- the Moating saloons raided. bottle and received almott immediate relict. I , Precipitate Slnisture. and was entirely From Boston cornea the Btory that continued to use the medicine tion is not to be held till the 17th. Con"I hot that lond girl won't go to onr cured. I take pleasure in recommending a this remdisease, gressman O'Farrall seems to have the certain employes of the Northern Pacific picnic." edy to any person suffering with such as in my opinion it is the best meinciuc In Andcall, though his opponents are using all Elevator Co. have victimized New York 'Why?-- ' and 50c bottles for sale byW.il 3$ and New England banks to the extent "Drujglst, Stanford, to defeat him. "She'll bo almost suretoinako it rain." manner of schemes . i of 11,500,000 by issuing forged duplicate Detroit Tribune. Uuclclln's Arnica Salve. is painful to hear in these days of certificates for grain in tho company's It The best salve in the world tor cuts, bruises Kzuetly. cheap silver that an extensive ledge of elevators. salt rheum, fevtr In canvas, rubber or leather. "Why do people nlwayB speak of the sores, ulcers,chilblain, corns sores, tetter, chapped hands, and all skin erup silver ore has been found on the Little Hardy Caldwell, of Allen, killed his owl ns cures piles, or no pay requirbeing particularly tough?" tions and positively Kanawha, in West Virgiuia. The trou wife and then himself. She was his third It is i;iv. "Because ho stays out so much at ed. moneyguaranteed to 1'rice pcrlect satislaclioc refunded. J$ cents per box, or and they being unable to agree, a divis-- , night, I suppose." Boston plobo. ble is, we have too much silver now. Kor sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal The Louisville Store Motions, Clothing, Boots, J 6 OB 8 PAGES. five-sixt- hs With its immense stock of Dry Caps, $c, is offering Hats EXTRAORDINARY 0 : INDUCEMENTS, secure a In low vrices, and if yon want Courier-Journa- Ticket to The World's Fair, Free, us and enable you will save you enough money on an ordinary bill of purchase OUR SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE, oth-wi- o, often. a success beyond our expectations, but still have a big stock of Has make room for our fall stock, and a call uiil summer goods that must beyond the possibility of a reasonable doubt that our Jiigurcs convince you competitors. are much lower than our us early and You d POLITE ATTENTION, NEW & EXCELLENT GOODS, 200-poun- d And prices that will astonish you. THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Proprietor. VAPOR STOVES. r, I.--. cJMsis-- l W. 23-2- Great Clearance Sale. gen-tlema- n SAME SWEEPING -- REDUCTION. Oliver-Dulane- y A., ir,. iFiEiisrisrir. BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, WATER : COOLERS, FARRIS & HARDIN. 3,-0- iH KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, Dry $101,-002,0- ,, ,,, 1 '""' ,. ',, J7.1-15- ... ' "0- '' Kt Itemed)- -from wm-r1 11 l. KI1TG & FREWTTT. a. rs camp-meetin- g 1 TIRTTlSrKiSl -- ot 1 txlit-enee.- '" TKOSCOPElo) H. J. McEOBERTS. I r Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal August 1, 1893 Takk your repairs to Dnnkq, the Kmi'IHK Jew- Hnr- - Thy tho 30 days system. Bros. m McKinney Wheat Drills at Fnrris & Stanford, Ky., U"'s New pickles and fresh cakes at A. A. Warren's Model Grocery.- The nicest lino of jewelry for the "), E. C. Walton, Business Manager least money self. PERSONAL is at Danks'. Seo for your- Present at onco your account against tho Fair to W. F. .McCIary, treasurer. Your account has bein duo and ready since July 1st, Call and settle by cash " or note. A. R. Penny. You may expect a call from us if you do not call yourself and settle at once. We want what you owe us. Severance POINTS. k Mr. T. It. Walton left for the WorM's Fair yesterday. Mu. Win. Skvkuanck went to Louis-vill- o (?) Satimlay. j Da. W. N. Chaki has been qu ite sick, but Is much better now. Mibb Ella Pouch, of Souierbet, ia visiting Mrs. Dr. L. H.Cook. Mu. Wiwon, of Junction City, Is here on a visit to friends. Foil Salu. Splendid quality and ready for use. Adam Pence, Stan BmcK ford. Your account is ripe, ready and ing. Please call and Bottle. A Co. waitWear-e- n W. II. .'iiiniAiiituMini, VVWIB KIll'Bl 01 .MIBfl .MIUUIH ui j.siivini, KOtll. in U. W. tjTKl'IIENB HIM WHO IUO VIS itinjj relatives In Iloylo this week. Miss Amck Summit, of Missouri, is vls ItiiiK her cousin, Mrs. C. 0. Withers. Mrs. Lizzik Walton, of Monticello, is visltinK her brother, Mr. J. P. Davis. MiesBs Jk.nnik and Bkssik Huhnsidk, of Garrard, arc with Miss Dollio McHob-erts- . .MR. L-- ) Mrs. M. 0. Williams, of Mt. Vernon, spent several days with friends hero last week. Mu. B. F. Jones, St., left yesterday to join his wife and daughter at Kuby, Tnnn. Miss Lucy Hatciikr.o. Americas, Ga., is on a visit to her father, Mr. T. J. Hatcher. I Mil and Mrs. Frank Wood, of Indiof Mr. and Mrs. I. anapolis, were Kiu-sts M. I and family have been the quests of her father's family hero. Miss Kiklih) Jameson has been quite sick for several days at her aunt's, Mrs. -- v G. 0. Glvens. Micsks Mattik anii Lucy Alcorn and Mits Mary Lusk, of Hustoiiville,' have been visiting friends here. Mr. A. P. White and wife, of Louis ville, returned yesterday after a visit to OMr.and.Mrs.T.M. White. Geo. S. Hiatt and family, of Mt. Vernon, attended the fair and while heio were the guests of Supt. W. F. McCIary. Prior-- . S. D. Willis, who will bo principal of the Crab Orchard High School next session, is hero getting out his catalogue. Miss Lii.i ian Forsytiie and Mr. Giv- ens Forsythe, of Mercer, are guests of Misses Mooio and Juincon, at Mr. G. C. Mu. Iiruct. ani Mrs. Wm. Koybto.v is down from Green Briar Springs visi- tilvens'. Mus. J. 1. Mc.Kin.nry, of Birmingham, Ala., the bright, particular "Katydid," Miss May Adams returned to Gray, yesterday, after a delightful visit to Mips Anne Shanks, greatly to the regret of many friends. Mipsks Li.ik Dhyk, Jennie and Anna Keid, Sallle, Jensio and Kate Cook, of HuHtonvllle, were guests of relatives here during the fair, Hon. K, K. Wiijws, of l)ndon, was here several days last week enjoying the smiles of the fair sex and getting thero in (treat shape. J uixut Sterling F. Grimes, of Cuero, Texas, who has lcen enjoying n visit to his relatives, will leave Thursday for the World's Fair. Mr. and Mrs. K. I. Owsley and Mat-t.Hays, altera p.easant visit of a month Vo relatives here, returned to Columbi s, da., yesterday. Mr. J. II. LiMMihTON, of Florida, Is with his brother, KIder J.G. Livingston, ami they spent Sunday listening to S.un Jones, at High Bridge. Miss Mahy Varnon, of the collector's ollice, Is down from Richmond. Her heaviest duties, we presume, is to draw her 1(H) a month uml spend it. Messrs. Jno. W. Humikb, W. T. Po- teet, Samuel Forsythe and J. B. Owens, of Harrodsburg, were up the llrst day of ho fair and gave this otlico a pleasant e ting relatives. tm. sdivino. The Interioii Journal announces Salwith deep regret that tho lovoly Miss Dr. Lke F. Hukiman, of Lexington, jollied his wifo and Anno Cook here Wednesday aud was a guest of his brother, A. G. Huffman, and other friends till yesterday. Mr. Warren Allen, of Harrodsburgt was here several days, drawn thither by a pretty Crab Orchard girl, and tho exchequers of tho livery stablo men was largely augmented. Miss Nannie Kknnedy, a llupsellville beauty, whojwas here during tho fair. itne gono to Crab Orchard, where, it will bo good new b to boyfriends to know, she will remain till fall. Job P. Burton, of Montgomery, Ala., who bus iust recovered from a severe spell of fever, nrrived.liomo a few days ago, accompanied by w. u. aicMiinuy, who has since returned. ' Mu. H. B. WEsr, who formerly Interior Journal at Lancas and did it well, has been promoted ter, from a Sl,t00 to sl.SOO clerkship in the llrst auditor's ollico at waHiungion. Miw. J. K. Portman is back from Cin cinnati, where she took a course at tho Conservatory of Music to get tne latest i.i.. o,i ia imw better. nrenared lueiliuun, out. than ever to give instruction in tho art repro-cHiitmlth- o call. - Miss Fields Ho Mooro and tho charming been the guesU of Jameson, who havu Mrs. G. O.'Glveus, will leave stay for their homes iu Paris. If their half as pleasant to them as to has been forget some people they will not soon of 1S0X the summer CITY AND VICINITY. "MIkaij Stephens & Knox' ad. A Son. store room at An infant eon of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. will bo open Wednesday. W. II. Tharp died Saturday afternoon and its Hlggins. remains were taken to Campbellsville G. A. Benedict's ad. in this paper Monday for burial. found his cow and heifer and he Is satis- Born, to tho wife of B. II. Danks at tied it pays to advertise. 11 a. m. Sunday, a girl. The boss musi We would call attention to A. H. Pen cian and the e jeweler Is as ny's clearance sale of watches, clocks, happy as a big sunflower. silverware and everything in tho jewelOne Stanford man alono owns S5.000 ry lino. Now Is tho time to buy at stock in the Pinoville Banking Co., lurslaughter prices for cash. ed to his instruction by tho big diviWk do not believe our people are rea- dends it declared for awhile. dy for freo turnpikes yet. If you are Lost, between my home and Stanford, against them, and you are if you undercontaining $11 to f 12. stand the question, go to the polls next a pocket-booSaturday and say so, or the advocates cf Finder will bo rowarded by returning to the Interior Journal oflico or to Mrs. more taxes may win. G. C. Givens. For Kent. Tho Bob Stuart house Mrs. J. E. Portman has just returned in Crab Orchard. It has three kitchens course at the Cincin and three families can easily occupy it. from a It would bo a delightful place to spend nati Conservatory of Music and solicits the summer months. Address John pupils in instrumental and vocal cul" ture. Buchanan, Crab Orchard. ed. . 9 The Stanford Kids, with tho Sibold Not a single disturbance of conse A reduction in World's Fair rates by quence occurred hero during tho whole Bros, in tho box and behind the bat, did the Queen A Crescent route. In addi of Fair week. Can any of tho "dry" up the Junction Citys, twice their size, tion to tho regular World's Fair ExcurThere Is less drunk- Friday 8 to 5. Bailey and Engleman sion rates we will sell towns beat that s excurenness hero aud less disorder thaii any were the battery for the visitors. sion tickets, good 15 days from date of town of its siro anywhere. An effort was made to hare a meeting sale for return, at io less than the regu Liciiitni.no struck the barn of John B of tho Commercial Club Saturday night, lar World's Fair rate. These tickets are good going via either Cincinnati or Foster Saturday evening, setting it atire. but without avail. Now is tho time for It was entirely consume I, together with action. Either come to the meeting Louisville. Through cars to Chicago, its conteiitn, including a 5150 horse, har- next Saturday night or say you are out quick time, most elegant equipment. Be sure and take the Queen A Crescent ness, provender, Ac. One of W. II. Mur of it. Wo must do something. Route. For rates, schedules, sleeping phy's barns was also struck and burned. Lancaster seems destined to go up in car reservations, etc., call on any agent It was full of hay. flames. Our correspondent tells of an- of the lvT. V. A G. Railway, Queen The primary election to select a dem other largo tire there. Tho insurance A Crescent Route or Louisville South, ocratic candidate to represent Lincoln companies Issued instructions to agents orn R. R , or D. G. Edwards, G. P. A., county in the next General Assembly to cancel every policy, unless better ar- Cincinnati, Ohio. will be held at the various voting pre rangements bo made for protection MEANS BUSINESS". cincts next Saturday, the .rth. Don't go against tires. Buy your school books and school supoil" on ono idea in voting, but cousider Killed. Tho example made of a plies ol all kinds at A. R. Penny's. the men up one side anil down the oth couple of boys at McKinney, who wero Watches, clocks and jewelry repaired er aud cast your ballot for tint best one. sent to jail for jumping on moving trains, and warranted. Engraving a specialty, Thursday night George B. Wearen, did not have tho desired effect. Wal- at A. It. Penny's. The eoda water syrups at A. R. Pen-nyboy of Baker Walls, who was visiting hit' parent, retired and lace, tho ar made with pure fruit juices and who was in tho butcher business here left his pantaloons on a chair at the foot are delightful. Try them. of the bod. In his pocket was a purse awhile, with several other boys got on a containing tl I, but when ho went to train thero Sunday and when it had atNEW ADYEIiTISEMms. spend some of It noxtdav he found that tained a rapid speed, attempted to jump it was gono. Investigation showed that oil. The other boys made it, but landed in a pile of rocks aud was a thief had entered the window and torn and gushed almost beyond recogni helped himself. A little diary which he bad in his pocket was found near the de- tion. Death must have been instanta HORSE AND BUGGY STOLEN. neous as life was extinct when ho was pot next day. reached. On the HORST The hop Thursday night, though in'pj, a It is Kvkr Thus: A Boylo county wat stolennight of July n, ol JaractHAY lUiley nd 1'. Irom the stahle tended as a very Informal atlalr, proved man got an hitched to the bujRjr of J S. I locker. The horse introduction to our courag it a tlark bay, almost brown, about 16 hands hli;h, Beautiful a very brilliant occasion. eous little chief of police the night of the right eye is out though hardly perceptible; has had scratches and hair olf the hind loot, under belles and handsome beaux were gather- hop that he will not socu forget. Ho had fetlocks; he is 6 or 7 is old ; in drinking he ed there from many quarters and from 0 ou his like a running hat and was smoking in tho hall Ups walcrpainted do;;. The color, with gear of the buggv is smoke with black joy reigned supreme. I', m. till ;! a. m stripes or trimmings, all of it except the singlewhich was full of ladies, when tho officer tree, which is black, the bed and top are black and The night was deliciously co'il, a full politely requested him to cease doing there is a place about two inches square cutout of moon smiled benignly and everything the inside the one and to remove tho other. This lett ilath on the has been The hind axle tte near welded and the paint at hind wheel was lovely. A largo number of ladies offended tho b. c. in. and ho made an in- that point on the wood i schorched and entirely from a distance and each burned otT the iron; the left hind wheel has two were present sulting remark, when he was quickly led cracked spokes. The saddle of the harness has carried away pleasant memories of tho out. Ho then began to abuie the man gum mountings; the hip strap has been menecd where it joins the breeching event, which will serve to gild the past $100 for with the club, who is so diminutive in The following reward Is offered, as they revert to it in future years. return of buggy and horse and conviction of thlel; size as to make those who do not know or $j5 for return i horse $15 for return of buggy, or $jo for conviction of thief. All of thee prop The items from Danville in our last him think that he can bo run over, but Fitions will bv left open for lour months from July withreward tl, 180,1, issuu weru taken from our enterprising that's where many a mistake has been drawn at which time tne JAMKS I'will be IIA1LKY, made. Mr. Newland tried to keep from J.S. HOCKEK, contemporary, the Advocate, and tho Stanford, Ky 39 omission of proper credit was an over- arresting the fellow, but tho more pacific he got the more boisterous and aggrasight, for which we beg pardon. By the EXECUTOR'S SALE. way, Its coup do main of Friday ecllpBed vating became the otlender. After patience had ceaaed to bo a virtue, "Broth tho I. J. By S o'clock that night SaturExecutor of John M. McKoberts, Sr , I will day's issue wuBon sale here, containing a er" took hold of his man and started sell at public aucticn on the premises on with him to jail. When ho arrived near full account of our fair, including the endoor with him, live Boyle county Saturday, August 26th, 1893, tire premium list, notice of the (treat Lan- tho reIUginning at a p. m., caster and many other fresh items. The youths ran up and demanded his lease, saying that they did not intend Advocate usually keeps in tho van of tho L,ots, procession and in this matter especially that their comrade should suffer such an indignity as being cast in a low and Bros. Woolfolk and Boyle deserve conloathsome dungeon. "There's five of a They will oe offered first separately and then as whole, the bid being accepted which will bring gratulations. you," said the officer, drawing his pistol the most money. At the ame time and place, will sell the personalty, consisting of Didn't Make It. Before tho fair was and bringing it down, "and I'll get one over Friday R. L. Mutcalf, of Lexington, at least." But he didn't. There never Furniture, Buggy, Garden Tools, who had tho baby game and cane privil was such scrambling to get away, the Farming Implements, Set ol Carpenter's Tools, Cider Mill, 75 feet of Hose, Ac eges, skipped out without paying the stone wall surrounding tho public build Terms On realty, cash, balance in $:.') he had promised for them, but he ings being nearly torn down by the 6 mid i j month, with imerett. On personalty, (ailed to reap tho usufruct of his rascali- quintette, who stood not upon tho order Sio and tinder, cah over that amount lD bo days, secured unci with interest. W II IllGGlNo, lxecutor 41 ty. As soon as Secretary K. C. Watton of their going, so hasty and precipitate discovered that the bird had llown ho was their flight. Seeing that he was de telegraphed to Marshal Tuttlo at Junc- serted, when most needing assistance, tion City and had him orrested. Then he the prisoner began to beg to be released, jumped in a buggy and with Constable saying that if he had not been drinking The undersigned, as agent and attorney iu fact oi jouii - nays, uecu., win on Benedict went there, where ho found his ho would never have acted so badly oi me man ready, willing and anxioup to Bottle Mr. Nowland is not entirely heartless aud 30, '93, prosecution. Tho money being touched by the feeling of the plead and stop-thOn the prcmi'ds at pu lie outcry nil to the high-ewas accepted, the fellow paid for his ar er's iutirmity, he allowed him to go on a aud best bidder the Kami consisting of rest and tho secretary came back with promfco that ho would sin no more. We About 210 Acres of Land, tho $33 in his inside pocket. withhold names because of tho connec Of which tho Itto John Hays died tions of some of tho offenders, and print Said r"jrm is situated near Stanford, Kypossessed. , mid lies Thk.rk seems to bo an organised band this tale so as to point a moral: Do not near and on the Stanford and lltistonille turn, of burglars here, judging from their fro pike road and is liounded y the farms of Korettus and misbehave. 1 f you Keid, Wm. ItecV, Mrs. IJie Karris, Wm. Hays quent efforts. Twice lost week unsuc come to Stanford others. This is desirable place, in the do, you will bo jugged, and that p. d. q and of Stanford It alies well for cultivation vicin ily and cessful attempts were made to enter the the soil yields a rich return to good husbandry, eat. Bap. Verb. '1 ho Karm has upon It a weatherhoarded log house store of II. J. McRoberts, B. F. Jones of 6 or S roomf, under which there is a dry cellar, A Son were robbed and bo wal the Lou at nil times; a large and commodious lurn and CHURCH AFFAIRS. other necessary outbuildings, 'lhero is in the iavilla store. Entrance to Jones' was yard a tine well ol and The Baptist church at Princeton was also near the housecool, purespring,living water and good made through the transom, tha thief and for stock two lightning aud burued. It cost purposesof thegood ponds on the farm. In shun, crawling through bars bovuh inches struck by pleasantest places in the county to it is one live in ad of its neighborhood environments. apart, aud to tho Loulsvillo Store thro' $0,000. Terms cf Sale. cash in band and Tho Kentucky State Sunday-Schoo- l the remainder cf the purchase money, in one and a small window light, broken out for tho two years in equal installments, with 6 percent. purpose, showing that a boy accompa- Union Convention will meet at Ashland Interest irom day of until paid, ami lien retained on the tarni to secure the deferred pay nied the band. In tho one case several on the 24th. menu, payable to the undersigned. Rev. W. T. Humphrey tilled Rev. Biiltsand some shoes are missod and but The (arm will be surveyed 10 the purchaser will given on the day one suit and a shirt or two in tho other. A. V. Sizemore's pulpit Sunday and and full possessionbut forbeheeding, about first acies ot January, 1891, 50 liuw in corn, the purchaser will liase the right to preached a Money seemed to bo the object, but they put (aid land in grain and right of The Kentucky Christian Missionary gres! and c:ress small purpose the ihr place. Ingot none. There is no clue, but the to lor thai R C. WAKRH.V. 1 marshal is working up tho cases and Convention will hold its 53 annual Agent and Attorney Iu Fact for meeting at Frankfort Aug. jonu nays' Hurt. somebody is going to get hurt. Stei'Heks A K.no.x' How-lan- d n wide-awak- n k ten-week- 's The Baptists are enjoying a great revival at Middlesboro. Twenty converts wero baptized in one batch Friday night. Rev. Haydon Rayhnrn, of Kokomo. Ind., SO, has married no less than 1,105 couplrs. Of the total only three have been divorced. Kov. A. 0. Davidson, D. D , of Covington, has been elected president of Georgetown College. He is a graduate of the institution and a preacher of much ability. Annual report of the Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions shows that the receipts for this work last year wero $1,014,501. During the year 00 mission aries were sent out, raakiiig a total of G20 in the field under the supervision of this board. A Brooklyn pastor wants young ladies to act as ushers in his church "in order to encourage tho attendance of young men on church worship." It is hardly worth while discussing the value of the Brooklyn divine's idea until it is known whether he expects his ushers to wear tights. The protracted meeting at the Chris tian church began last evening, when Elder C. S. Lucas, of Maysville, preached on "The Savior's Faith in Man." The subject for this morning's service is, "Christ's Doctrine of Heaven;" for thi6 evening, "My Sins and my Savior." To- morrow at 10 a. m. tho Bubject is "What is Sin 7" At night, "Am I Lost?" Thurs-damorning, "Who is the Devil V" at night, "How con I be Saved?" A cor dial invitation to all to attend ia extend y -- OUR- b CALL. LAST -:-- Is Money Close With You? Then come where a stwer dollar will buy as much as a gold dollar. We do not tell you our goods are worth a hundred per cent, more than we ask for them, but we do say that no firm sells for less money than wc do. Come and see Our Summer Clothing, And you will not go out without them. Our Lawns, Ginghams, White Goods, Laces, &c, must go. We have too many and the public must Carry them. The best and safest place to deposit your money is with us, for some of our cheap goods, then you know you will have value received and no bank to break. The financial cyclone has struck Kentucky and no telling where it will end, so run to us with your money at once and get better than gold dollars the cheapest goods ever offered. HUGHES D. B. CAMPBELL. $c TATE. r. L. AVS1IK. S NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, CAMPBELL AT7STXXT, Fro'rs. first-clas- Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset St.; wareroom, paint and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. House Painting and Paper Hanging s AJspccialty. SSfSign Work, artistic and plain. "(Si We guarantee work to give satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. CAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky Elegant ITew Stock of m m hi 'n Wal-hu- e $100 REWARD. Rugs, Carpets. Mattings -- y'-ir- s AT- Severance & Son (!5 ( : 1 to-w- -- V IQJ3U4Q) T Is Receiving His : Two Houses and SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. : Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. 1 The World's Fair Route from tbe South one-thu- .''?,S -- PUBLIC SALS. n.-ir- s Wednesday, Aug. tiJSWmll JVCP .m'Hla uv rT r:. .'"vfP Zc. Wfi$&F& t? YV$ '1-M j Pennsylvania short linesM mesB.IPfcr usiaKir jW 1 IS OVER THC 1 I ro.ot "-- o kt . . 't 1 .A. A A- FROM vsriaK- - mmmLT """i 3 ss r1 LOUISVILLE OR INCLUOtS CINCINNATI. DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE Pullman Vestibule Sleeping and Buffet Parlor Cars, -- One-third tluo-sermon- tt liYllMttlrv ,;&?... wmMTO' t - W mm .luamrv wju in mi mimvmiwm vn l Aft, Mllsr v Only Route Through tho Indiana Natural Gas Belt. VIA CAK Ct ItCURO MlhclPL TCutt OfFICtJ OF KliTMlRI RAHWAIS. For errxui information in rc6aho to ratis ako Icftt'esfi: TKCIC tlxti THROUGH TICKETS ASO THIIR CONKICTIOKS AT THE AKY n 21-2- . JJ "?0 v-- y ' is firsom or tr lima on or Twt rcuoAirxi J. H. UCFT Sotlina Tim t ij.,t,- . nSSTlUX. TIM. 1 j.GF.0. a. THOJirW-- S. J. UXiaCNIC. It. A. 1MUU3.D strut t us r frit, kiCltTUtZ. II. SiXCU KCWT. in tur.t OtxAt Pitt'r . L ur. Kaiia s.i T u njiSUCKIiH. APF-t- r s 6CRVICE, phase ItlttfiAU TO 1'T-ti- OIHSIO CCTAIl CoNCtTMNO TM FIRST-CLAS- S h.i A lcv tj IftE wv r4m-- m r mz fa i n W V Semi-Week- ly Interior Journai at Published Evory Tuosday nnd Friday customers. An American who lias been Which gli o tho Whlto City renown. AT traveling in Franco relates that in Paris Susnn w ero $U PKH YKiVUlX AUVANCK tho barber who was shaving him stepped John Henry nnd White Cities deeply In to those And hitt n ru To guzo AT THE WORLD'S FAIR. l'ur liuslness. It is not alono in America that barbers John Henry hail rented a couple of chain. ihow extraordinary jwrsistence and inAnd Susan anil lie had sat down An Kjo O. P. HUFFMAN the Democratic party vote ItacanJlilate for Jailer, subject to the action of He would appreciate your NOTICE l-2- I DR. W. B. PENNY genuity in pressing their wares upon tho lovely, bewildering things Wejwill Deliver ICE Every Morning at c per lb. In Mtntord and Rowland and ly 50 lbs. ane ptr We areery lbs and too lbs 15c ptr 100 lbs thankful lor pait patronage and rt'ptcttully Its continuance Will deliver trom t lb up MRS. JANK I1ARKOW A CO. H Dentist. OSce South side Main street, in office recta ?acated by Dr. L. V Huffman, Manford, Ky. et lo e. JOHN M. JOHNSON a Camlioate for Alienor of Lincoln county suhject to the actlouof the Democratic patty. 3i M"Whn not so paid will be charged.- two or thrco times upon tho sido of his foot. Whose lHilaatliik' hearts tho low setting aun Shlnea on ns It shone s hen It rose? It JOHN II. DcNARDI, Carriage Painter and Trimmer, All kinds of vehicles painted trimmed and re t style Plain and ornamental paired In Signs Satisfaction guaranteed In both workmansin strut. ntcr.Wm. ship ami price Shop on Daugherty'a blacksmith ihop, Stanford, Ky first-clas111 Perlmps for n moment, or less It might be. At last tho customer called out: They Razed "Plca?o don't do that any moroi I havo Then they on tho beautiful K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. pi zed ou each other 'lth all of n corn." , their eyes "Exactly what I was trying to find And forgot the ureal city of while. Tnln i.avea Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning t j:io p m out, monsieur," said tho barber blandly. Tothctulhey were lslons tnnro lovely than all L. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. "Wo havo an excellent preparation for The city contained In Its hounds. removing corns, for sale at a franc per And tho Hound of each voice, wns sweeter to 7 Pm Mail tram going North them Youth's Companion. 113pm bottle." South " Than nil of tho Whlto City's sounds. $1 Pn Express train " South North jsjam They billed and they cooed In their Innocent Force of Habit. -- 930 am Local Freight North...... way, J 07pm South- Hccardless of v, hat might ho s ild; Tha latter traini alo carry passengers. John Henry held on to hor dear littlo hand The above (calculated on standard time. Solar And looked on tho cheeks that uera red. itne it about jo minute fatter. "look not on the wine w hen It's red," so they QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. say: It might quite as well 1 unsaid. Trains pass Junction City us follows: For the matter of that, If temptation Is meant. - No. t , Vestibule Limited, it. 50 ffSouth-bounIt Is nothing to cheeks that are red. m ; No. 3 , Chicago Limited, a.sj a. m.; No. 3., r John Henry looked once, and then once again. NewOrleaus Kxpresi. 11 17 a. m J No. 7., Local, And Susan looked smilingly back; i.l p.m.; No 9 , illue Grass Ve.tibule, 8.40 p. John Henry exclaimed. -- No. a, Vestibule Limited, 6.43 North-bounAnd Snsan was kissed with a smack. p. m. ; No 4., Fast Mail, .5 P m ; No. 6 , Chlga-g- o Limited, 7 a m , No. 8 , Local, i.$S a. 111.; "Let up on that, now," came a voice of comNo. 10, Hlue Grass Special, 6 a m. mand. And a guard fluttered down on the p.ilr. "You cannot do that on the grounds, don't you 1 W. F. McCLARY It a Candidate for Superintendent ol I'aMic Schooli for Lincoln Count), subject to the action of the Derscxracy. s Garrard Kngll.h and Classical -:- - College, Kentucky. Kor males and females. : J. A. GIVENS sub- Lancastor, It a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, ject to the action of the Democratic party. feA DINK FARMER Jailer, subject the democratic party Ii a candidate for to the action cf Ni at scMion begins Sept. th. iSj The courie and d teaching thorough, tne Milium Young gtounds lailiea btautilul ami rates reasonable. the College, oung gentlemen boarded botded in In the town Kor further particulars aidressthe Ml LI ON KLLIOII. President, m m, stqcs m mi oe If not sold or traded privately before, publUly on I will sell Friday, Sept. MV. 15II1, 1893, TO COAL BURNERS Ot Rowland, & G. W. DEBORD the Democracy, Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action ol un ford nnd Vicinity T,-- Farm Containing 130 Acres, Adjoining K. D Kennedy, Hall Anderson, Sttu M Owens, I M.Waic, V. R Dunn and A It McKtnney, running back to the commencing point at K D. Kennedy s It hat good houses and is well watered .lso 7 head yratlliigi, inised Steers and Heifers, 3 milk Cows, 1 good llroid Marcs, i well bred, i yearlm; Killy. a trotter by breeding, I Suckling Colt, family Horse, t stock Hogs and s Sons and i'igt jj Ewet and 6 Lambs, I lluck, Kuckaway and Spring Wagon, Harming Utentllt, I Sulkey t ultlvator. Reaper and Mower combined, Household and Kitchen furniture. Terms made known on day ol site KVAN LYON, MeKlnney si 1 1 d 91. F. 1 1 EXKIN, d -- a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action 2.-- of the democracy. JNO. BRIGHT Is a Candidate for Anetior, subject to the action of the Democratic party. !. II inff made arrangement! vim inc nesse JeliicoCoal Co., I am now prepared to ell lha lowt.lt DOInlblt mr- .1 km. rl!lA gin. I find that by patlng cash and selling for cash t can sell much cheaper, so come and sre me and sec how little money will buy your Winter supply ot this Coal, tne best on the market Thankini you for pait favors and soliciting a continuance of same, I am lesixfifutly your. 5 11 AIIA.M3, Kcwiami. 40-3- 1 It know; belongs to a conccsslonnalrel" IIAVK "Hertil "srs ft wwi. littlo more to tho left, please." Truth. k. fJUnrtii eM pow- MfoufeJy Pure A cream of tarter baking der. "Tenvilllger" Latest United States Her voice was harsh as her aspect wad strength. forbidding. Government Food Report. "if you haven't any consideration ROYAL'BAKING POWDER CO., for my feelings, why can you not" 106 Wall St., New York. Sho struggled Higcst of all in leavening For Appearance Sake. Her faco woro a atony look, and her breakfast wns yet untasted. Her Up curled scornfully aa hor husband helped himself to pancakes the second time. John Henry Jumped up, and ho readied for the guard. D. "By gravyt" he yelled ivs he slammed to the olfice of The guard on tho ground. "I'll not bate It, I Is a candidate for of Lincoln County, subject to sction of the say democratic patty. I won't; if I do. I'll be d dl" SIo semper tyrannls, hts foot on the neck Of his foeman, John H. was a eight To behold, and the peoplo who happened that la a cand'dste for jailer, subject to the action ot nay the democracy. Applauded with trembling delight. Tho star spangled banner floats high In the breeie," John shouted, "and I want to see I a cindidate for Jailer, fubject to the action of The ton of a gun of a conccaeionnalre the old JelTersonlan democracy. Who can keep Susan's kissed from rue, "I paid my good money to come to this show. B. And Susan came, too, for a sight. And It I want to kiss her. and she wants me to, Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of the Democracy Who saya that I ain't got the right? " E. KENNEDY. 100 Valuable Town Lota and 100 Acres of Valuablo Lands, SPLENDID FARM W.L.DAWSON, JOHN BAILEY, All Ijlr.g alonnde of depot machine ihops and yards at Corbin Will sell al a bargain, all together or separately, or would exchange lor a Hlue.Uras Farm. Correipondence solicited I) T. CHKSNUI, acres, situatI wlllsell privately my arm of Corbin, Ky. ed on the Weil side of tne Huitonvillc fi. Danville nike. irC rnllci Irom Huitonville and within a hall mile ol the railioad station of Moitlsnd. i he farm is In a splendid stale of cultivation, well Improved with a dwsllin of 6 or 7 rooms, necessary outbuildings, include j a good Iain, The uudcrngned have for sale 4 "outhdown v About half ol the farm ii town la grau and the Ewes aud 10 Hucks imtwrted and bred by (ran-- entire plac is wellwalerrd and can be d.vldcd Kor parille tecil, ol llojle. No finti or belter bred "heep into tr j parcels to tuit the purchaser ticulars write to or call on, J I. LAND, "V,heVU,e Mrreland, Ky HKNKDICTCOOI'KK ira Manfurd, Ky. FOR SALE PRIVATELY. jn 40-4- For Sl9. -- JOHN 3IERSIION TO T5X 1 ZiADZZS. THE GOFFEY HOUSE STAN.ORD, KV., will with a sob and tri- otBij Office A. S. PRICE, Owsley Building SURGEON DENTIST. over McKobertt Drug Store lnthe n Staofard umphed. "havo some regard for appearances?' "My dear" Her husband reached for tho sirup Like the roar of the ocean, the rounds of applause Broko In upon John, then and there, As ho lot up tho guard, klmed his Susan once more And took in tho rest of the fair. New York Sun. Only For stll Millinery EMMETT McCORMACK W. W. HAYS, AT UNUSUALLY L0W.PRI0ES C. X). POWELL, GSCTERALi STORE, LOGAN AVENUE, "I assure you I havo tho highest regard for appearauceu." "For instance," Bhe sneered, "when you kissed tho hired girl in tho hall last night." "Certainly. Didn't I exclaim, loud enough for tho peoplo in tho next three flats to hear me, 'My darling wife, how I lov youl' " Sho felt herself ixawerless to controvert his position. Detroit Tribune. Stanford,,: : Kentucky, Aiwa s'tells' goods lower than any one else in town Ne sto-- k 01 rruiis every rriuj. 'HSE t f ! In Doubt. He (tho bridegroom at the WorldB I will open on Januar i4th, iSjj. a Dairy, from which can supply any quantity ol fair) Do you want to go to the Art Jersey milk to the peoplo of Manlord and building, dear? at the lollowing prices, delivered: Sho (tho bride) Do yon? so cenU Fresh Milk, per gallon Ho I do if you do. locenta Skimmed Milk, iir gallon . 8 centa She If you do, I do, dear. Milk, per gallon Butter He Just as you say. I will make two trips dally. The patronage ot the public is salute J She Do, dear, tako your choice. . j G. A. l'EY ION, uutuiu, rj jr. He Well, I don't want to unless you wont to. Notice to .the Traveling Public. She I don't want to unleus you want ..... hate had.. .. to. (With solicitude) Do you want to? He If you want to, dearest. She (timidly) Well, lot's go? At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and He Are you sure you want to go? best saone kve in connection with Hotel and. of the;a night She If you are. night teens In the State, open day connection nan meets all trains. InMineral well- - with House Ho (timidly Well, let's go. in the Mat. have also one ol the best (Exeunt nbaentiuindedly toward the to water, call on Mr. and Mrs nnd for reference r, W. Patrick. Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Hoyd stock pavilion.) Clricago Record. Erin, Tenn . A. A.Warren. Stanford, Dr. 'D E. Proctor, C. H. Braum, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. I'niternal. Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mr. K. . Johnson, Rates New Haven, Jim Cox, Greensburg. a call Jj per "You're a nice wlitor, Chubbs!" Give me I M. f'etrcr. clerk. l.W. CARRIER, Prop. "What's the inntter now?" oW "Why, you sty tho publisher of The Dully Voico is nn unmitigntetl n3s." "Well, ho is." "But yon ndd, 'Wo mlviso our brother F. B. RILiEY,;Proprlotor, journalist to reform his stupid ways.' " -Kentucky. First-Cla- sa 1 How-lan- d Ot- -l 1 il DAIRY. reasonln fnc'ltiw sence ho hed that last HAMPTON, spell o' sickness, don't you?" inquired Mr. Hanson of his gentle faced wife. t. - .n.li.Uir far isiler. luMcct to the action of "How old is y'r Cousin Simon?" asked the deinoctac). placid Mrs. Hanson, who had been listening to a long story about tho old SAM M. OWENS, shortcomings and tvculiaritiea subIs a candidate lor Sheriff of Lincoln county, Biuco tho recent illness. ject to the action id the democratic t tiroary. "IJkrbty-twcome next September," eaid Mr. IlanMXi after a reflective piuso. D. NEW-LAND- , "Oh, well, ho ain't so old aa ho might courty, subbo by a good deal," said Mrs. nanson Is a candidate for Shenlf or Lincoln primary. to the action of the democratic cheerfully. "I shouldn't feul to call it ject u that folks hed lost their raisoniu M. at his age, Kzry, but p'r'aps in y'r Cousin Simon's case," sho added, seein Is a candidate lor member of the Legislature from ue Lincoln a mutinous expression on her husband's mocracy.county , subject to nomination by the face, "p'rlvips, tako it by an large, you might say that Simon's fae'lties waa mis laid for tho titno lein." Youth's ComHELM panion. Lincoln countjr in the I. a Candidate to representto the action ot the de- subject "I reckon Simon Jenks has lost Time. Ida Is a Candidate for Asstsior, subject to the will of Kor the rest of the imwh Call and save money, the Democracy. A tpleidld line ot Ladies' Under.ear and Hos1 hit Hotel, rcnovatej and relurniihed, Ii now iery kept comtantly on hand. In tny Charge and I Intend to conduct 11 to as to M1SSLICCIK IIF.AZI.LV, aot only maintain lit high teputatioc, but to add Stanford, kv to lit loog lilt ol friendt. Special accommodations for commercial travelers and An rooms.for Is a candidate tor jailer, subject to the action ot the Jliploy of samples. the demociacr JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. PETER Commercial McKlNNKV, 1 Hotel, i'A!Flrst'Clas8 Saloon Aad MILLIARD and I'OOL ROOMS attached j7-JOSEPH COrKKY. ll -- KV gen-thuua- have bought above mentmnsd;. Hotel at and have attached a Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., First-Cla- ss atn belter than Bar and Pool Eoom. th Hotel and Minenaod thippersolthe OENUINK o Have repaired and refurnished T. cvtr Original Jellico Coal. Try it We are the sole agentt lor .Stanford 'snd Rowland. Olhct corner ol Depot ttrest and railroad ciomng. A HIGOINS A WATTS. Prepared to Accommodate the Public. V W I facM-tic- F. NORTH, Special attention Commercial Men ORKKN. Proprietor. JOE CARSON, Mansger THE P. 0. e MILLINERY. room and see Ike Call at the HARVEY MILLINERY. t k.vr.-itime- il Irom the cities with a'nice tine el Millinery which I will tell f r a imall profit. Goods leftover, as fresh as this season's goods, from last season, I will sell at Largost and Boat Selected Stock Of Millinery in Inwn btftind 10 Slioltoa House, Young Rorty What do you mean mocracy when you nay you aro a gentleman be cause you are not in businit.i? COST FOR THE CASH ONLY, a deep have at Mare with imall Old Horry I mean, sir, that to bo a I, a Candidate (srja.lerof Lincoln county and ray itaok of star and lettmi nlare white, liarKd mane and any The reason I do this ii to hind fait tall, themselves aikshis friends not to commit at home and to gentleman I must havo no business. work goods sol will be able to soil out my businrss at t$V; btndt high. Owner can get ner hy ptTing .. forced to stay It II..CROW .harget Young Rorty Ah, I understand now! one else, as he is subject to the action ol the Dem. th first opportunity.the ladles to J7 His candidacy examine I cordially invite -You mean that you havo no business to ocratic party my good, I al.osol.cu a sh.M o, ..e"be a gentleman. Brooklyn Life. '' H. 13AU6HMAN, Manford. Ky I'lxlrrslcioil. nest Legislature, toplesie you. 1hego.li and pnccl aic - MRS I' T COURTS. T. J. HATCHER ESTRAY. 1 e ... Krtrospectlit. J FOB SALE. J. -- RILEY HOUSE falK rnJk V- Id? I'll Seven Shares Capital Stock of Stanford Water, Light & Ice Co. Stvenper cent dividrnd guaranteed Oo better or safer , How Milliaory. ALL OF THE NOVELTIES Of the seasn, ol hif h he will have lull control She also cligagl a Dress-Maker. KIKE AND STORM ..ockAj.pl.0. STAN.ORD . My mother, Mrs. Kate Dudderar has Jim re There is turned Irom the i Hiss with an elegant line ir mil. Iiuery, embracing INSURANCE AGENTS Kepretcntmg. .. Stanlord, Ky. London, - 11 J A I 1 . Tit-Bit- s. I have moved to my new Hotel "d prepared than ever to accommodate Good Livery attached and every convenience .am,e.t'" puplic. RLEy Givemeacall. ,, yRANK J" H I n.siXiTonsr ROWLAND, KY. IN DEALER GROCERIES, HARDWARE, ut-o- ll Has moved into his ne store at the junction of plkej the Stanford. Crab Orchard and '(ever prepared r.t Rowland and Is now better than In both 10 plea.se the trade hU Etc. He hts recently added greatly to bad stock and hav lng uo rent to pay and no loss bybody, debts t all goods cheaper than any he can sell you y nnd get his prices before buying 57-'- axocrt on1; GOOIW, phiuks, GOME to SEE ME. H CS-roce- Having purchased the : Business as Of J W Ramev, lam Increasing the stock fast as.poihle and will oon have it Complete in Every Particular. Call at my store on Lancaster street and I will make it to our interest to trade with me W.C. HUTCHINCS. 3 John II. Cattleman. A (. Lanharo r LW ROYAL insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE &CASTLEMAN MANAGERS,' Call and examine my stock of he pleated to wait o nmy Iriendtiii this line. I'ol. Knei' WliHt It Was. At John Moncfee'a n w brick on Ilepot.sltcit, bt buying and leave our order for vour drcivos iciet pioinptly utiird Will insure against "Absalom, my son, what was that 'lltaukingyou fur pait favors we toli.lt same at wind ttoimi and lightning Lightning claut. tiattache.1 witSout additional charge noto tho messenger just brought you?" W. RAMSEY, MAIIV DAVIS:i)UI)DERAR. OfTiCe at Kirit National Hank, Stanford. inquired old man Clamwhooper. "All! Sho may put on airs now, but I Whowill stall times be glail to accommodate all TIIOMA"VLAGLR "Nothing in particular, father, only a can remember the time when sho didn't with good rigs at reamnal rain, My 'Hut will JAMES YKAOER. .TO billet doux from a friend." meet alt K C trains havo no horse or carriage." Life. & Y EAGER, YEAGER "Indeed! How much did ho say thore was doux?" Texas Sif tings. ! Where It Comes In. AND LINCOLN COUNTY. Mr. Ghout All my money cannot LIVER7, FEED AND SAID STABLE, Simple. Come to Rowland for first. clais work givo mo health, doctor! Card $1. I will make 'I hanking you lor your liberal patronage for Ice only $1 50 per doren, President Lifo Insurance Company-Ma- ke Dr. Bolus No, perhaps not, but it is sue STANFORD, h.Y. last teann, rcipectfully reuest Us continuance negatives at Crab Orchard every Saturday at same a noto to firo tho young man who of inestimablo valuo nevertheless. It rates Hoping the cltuens will take advantsgeof during the coming tiaton. Indeed I espect all to these rates and encourage me in my good work', We are In our new stable in the Opera lloust uve the has charge of bending floral pillows to gives your physician great confidence. am, respectfully. Block and are well supplied with tho funerals of deceased policy holders. Truth. FRANK CORDIKR Secretary What has ho done? MANUFACTURED ICE, NEW RIGS AND HORSES Not to film. President Sent ono inscribed "His For the teatont 1'irit, It it ma In by a home Jones It's very amusing to seo those gain is our loss." Truth. Have been purchaicd and nothing but institution. Second, the Ice it abtnlutely and ladies across tho street looking at the urnouts will leave the stable chemically pure, being made Irom spring water, The fineit fruit belt of New Mexico. No fall which it firtt distilled and then carefully filleted bonnets in that window. It Helped Illra. iireincmps under irrigation if properly attended before being frozen Ihird, Artificial Ice will lavt Brown Amusing! Why, that's my to. All fruits grown in California can be grown "Good morning, Uncle Charles. Did Give much longer than pond Ice Fourth, an epidemic In New Mexico, except oranges and lemons. of cholera luokcd lor during the ear and nothyou sleep well? I'm afraid your bed was wifo and daughter. Rrnnlrlvn !.: cars' time, at Land from in In $30 per acreun 10 ) ing is to apt to produce or spread this disease as 6 per cent. Call 011 or addrei. rather hard and uneven, but" impure water or Ice. Fifth, it will be R. C, MOHCAN, D D. S , "Oh, it was all right, thank you. I got Stanford, Ky. CRAB ORCHARD up now and then during tho night and Delivered Regularly and Punctu-al- l rested a bit, you know 1" t your Doors When TUliy was sick, t fai hfr Castorl. Kveiy morning at the lollowig t'riceti When fche Mas a Child, alis crlixl for Codtorla. Ambiguous. Ho (coming down the plaisance) Good When sh bccam JlKs, Hh cluns to For 100 pounds or over 40c per hundred , . 45c per hundred. When Rh had CliIMren.she gpsothem Caatorta. For 50 poundt to 100 aftahnoon, Miss Hoeton. For 10 to jo poundt. 50c per hundred, She (coining up tho plaisance) Why, No lett than in poundtidelivered. good aftahnoon, Mr. Smithers. I felt a F.. llRE.MF.lt. 10 1 his lAtiifHl Summer Resort, with U presentiment that I'd meet you hero today. Cleveland Record. Now Try This It will cost ou nothing and will surely do you Tlie Obliging Conductor. Hoalingr Wators and Ecatful good if ou have a cough, cold or any trouble with "Jump aboard, miss," said tho con- throat, chest or lungs. Or King's Now Uiicov-tr- y for Consumption, Coughs and Colds is guarductor briskly. "I'll seo to your bag." anteed to gie rebel or money will bo paid back, "But mamma wants to kiss me good-by,- " bullerirs from La Grippe found it just the thing under its use had a speedy and perfect recovand replied tho girl. Try a sample bottle at our expense and "I'll attend to that too. All aboard!" ery. for yourselt just how good a thing It Is. 'I n GucnIs. learn 'VSii'V Philadelphia Record. al bottles frte at A K. Penny's drug store. Large Zr r mv? ' VV- -- ;',",!, mm m i .table, Firt-Olas- s Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Manchester, of Manchester, Kiifj.; Pennsylvania I'ire, Philadelphia; Ins. Co. of North America. All of which ate I Millinery belom wouU t, v ?,; torna-doe- J. Pro'r., PHOTOGRAPHS vi-i- m 1 The Ptople of Stanford 1 Th.0 Foos Valley. hrst-cla- n tlicm a Call. 11 Tit-Bit- s. DANES THE JEWELER. -:- STANFORD, I SPRINGS. Stock Most Complete Sur-roun&in- g3, size jo ceutsaad 1. Ei9ml8f Is Now Open for the Re ceptloiijof rjgjrtsjv Htalth and pleasure seekers will find this ft The Only Theory. I Oomxnerce Building, Louisville Housekeeper think you charge a S. 11 Clilford, New Cassel, Wis , was troubled perfectly awful prico for salt pork. with Neuralgia and Rheumatism; his stomach was disordered, his ber wasnlfertedlo an alarmDealer It's worth it, mum. appetite fell away and he was terribly Houbekeeper It is, eh? Then you must ing degree, llesh aud strength. Three bottle. 01 reduced in Hitters cured him. havo bought the salt at a drug store. Kkctric Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg, Ulin Now York Weekly. ears stand, runumg sore on his leg of eight Jiiw-hM- Specimen Cases. ff -- 7jY&r WM, OILVERWAKfc AN ADMIRABLE PLACE To recover their wonted health and energies ami at the same time secure iiuiet, homo like fare at Agents throig tout the South. Kconomy. W. A. TEIBBLE, Local Agent, .STANFORD, KY. Teacher What is economy? Boy Buying cheaper things than your mother sends you for bo as to havo some money left for candy Good News, Hitters and ing Arnica Sahe and his seen boxes of HucUen'sJohn Speaker, Catawba, leg is souud and well' o". had fie large fever sores on his leg; doctors One bottle of Klectnc said he was incurable Armia Salve ri c Hitters and one box Hucklen's Penny, drug Sold by A. R. cured him entirely. gist Ui.ed three bottles of Iilectric Rock Hottom Prices. Prompt personal attention given to repair work. One call will convince you that this is the place to trade. Reasonable Rates. I'r ee of Hoard from J7 to $i Ko further inlormition apply to GUS HOI MANN, Crab Orchard, Lincoln County, Ky. AT- perek. Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, .'here are three of the best Itarbers in the State There are alto excellent Rath Roomt run In connection. Agent lor I exington Steam Laundry. Xt& iA'i?lJ.i..'i ;.jfc6ui :AV3