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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894051501 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 1894 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi Weekly Interior Journal 'vol. xxii. CHURCHAFFAIRS. BRODHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. j STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. MAY 15. 1894. -- NO. 22 School Matters Continued. (To the Kditorof Interior Journal ) LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. ri - Mcrsrs. W. H. Collyer nnd John I Hev. A. V. Sizemoro will preach t Willow Grove next Sunday nt ;;.10 v. i Williams have secured tlio contract for It is nnru 10 uoiiove, oui uio ibhi building n Hue houso at Mt. Vernon census shows 47 Buddlsi temples in the for K. S. Martin, of Maretsburg. Wo suppose Mr. Martin anticipates moving United States. Klder John S Sweeney saj lie has to town in tho nenr futuru. Mr. Mar-n- o political Ambition Hiid would not run tin in a good citizen and would make ua ii good county judge. Suppose, tlio good for Congress on any condition. -- Elder W. E. Ellis is holding a meet- - republicans, prohibitionists and demo- ing nightly at Hulls Gap church, which crats, run him for tlint oflicc. What do you say, brethren? There aiu u good has resulted In several additions. The protracted meeting at tlio Chris- many republican about Urodhead for tian churcli, Frankfort, closed with 41 him. The writer and Mr. A. E. Albright, additions, 33 by confession. Hev. Spenol Hrodhead, and Mr. L. L. Hall, of Orpreaching. cer did the Kentucky has more lhptlsts thnn egon, went to Wildle, on the K. O. It auy other State in the South, except K., last Sunday to attend a dedication Georgia and Virgin, which ranks first service. The people of that neighbor and second, and gives moro to missions hood have built a very nice little church house and Hev. I), U. Combs, of Morgan than any. feundoy wsh the flrt time that the county, preached the dedication sermon Christian Endeavor has failed to meet from Matt. Hi. IS. A largo crowd was since Its organization, and then out of present and after the eermon all were respect to the bereavement of its presi- invited to retire to a nice beech grove, where we found a table about 150 feet in dent, Mr. 1. M. MeKoberts. length laden with all the substantiate now Walnut Street Christian The church in Lexington, was dedicated Sun imaginable, nnd many kind hearted Inday. It cost nearly $00,000, has a Beating dies and gentlemen standing near by st hallooing at the lop ol their voices (or capacity of 1,500 and Is one ol the of worship in the State. help to have the burden removed from houses is more craukiness to the the table. I never saw o crowd of peo. Thero Biuaroinchin the region round ahou pie manifest more anxiety to assist thoso Wilmore, In Jessamine county, than any in trouble in removing the burden than where else in the Stole. It is the homo the people did on that occasion, and of the holiness business and this week poor Terry Hiatt, the last we saw of him ! hand-HOUie- If the teachers, in fact and prospective, for Lincoln county public schools will avail themselves of tlio many splendid opportunities for preparation for the work that am now almost dnily within their reach, it will be but n short time, a few months at most, until each teacher will be properly equipped, not only for the coming examinations, but for actual school work ns well. Educational periodicals, to be had almost for the taking, chock full of practical questions, illus- trations, explanations and theory and practice on teaching aru being published and circulated all over the land, at a cost so trivial, ns compared with the advantages to bo derived from a careful study of the many good things therein, that it seems to us no one of ordinary intelligence who has had the advantage of evtn an ordinary education need long remain at a standstill. The old adage that "there is no excollonco without la bor" moat assuredly holds good from an educational standpoint. It Is a well established fact that those of us who taught two or three decades ago and have made no eflbrt to improve on methods then accepted as perfectly satisfactory, are no longer able to hold our own with the new ideas constantly being developed and put Into practical use. A now and we think much better mode of instruction Is now being practiced by our best educators. New ideas which are moro y the Equal Rights Association Is holding he went over the stiles at home looking readily grasped by the pupils of pale. After dinner we went back to the are being presented in our best scuools. a session. Canvass of the Kentucky church church to be entertained by Mrs. I). U. Teachers who have been in the work made by Hev. W. T. I'oynter shows n Carlock, formerly of Chicago, but re- for tho past quarter of a century and majority of the Southern ministers in cently from Berea. She is a very irtolli. hnve kept ptco with the demands of the this State to be in favor of union between gent lady and she seemed to be much times, are as ready to admit the advanthe Northern and Southern branches of interested in the temperance question. tages of new modes of presentation of the Methodist church. Interviews with Mie made several good points nnd asked most subjects taught as aro those recentthe delegate at the general conference the church of God the question, "How ly graduated in our best modern colleges. can )ou vote for men engaged in the li- It is only now and then that a teacher is show, however, much opposition to it. The Southern Haptlst Convention is quor tratllc'"' And we believe the good found who is still satistied with his fund in ium1oii at Dallas. Texas, President people over there who heard her speech of knowledge of 30 yeart ago; who is Jonathan Haralson, justice of the sti- - will decline to vote for any whisky man unwuilng to accept a new idea, who is preme court of Alabama, presiding. The for an oince In tins county. so mote u miw,j,,K to learn more than he knew convention represents a constituency be; for we could tell from the expression .)0 years ago. I say only oecaaionallv do composed of 1,310,117, white members, on L'ncle Henry llranamon's face that Wl.",m,i 0no of that clap's. What is tho wo-- j rcflUf Written examinations, as de- with a colored contingent membership he was In deep sympathy with the ' ....... I...I 1... largest man s words. of 1 "S7.0S7 in tho aggregate the llinuuv i .'j the State Hoard of Educa tion, answer. body of Baptists on tho globe. Besides the educational journals to A recent article in tlio l'resuyter-iaCrab Orchard Lodge No. 10 I. O. O. F. o.ue which we alluded, we have in almost Reformed Heview, gives Odd Fellows Hall, Crab Orchard, Ky., every county in the State a normal sesinteresting an 1 suggestive fads and figMay I, l&M. To tho ollicers and mem- sion of a few weeks, to which almost any ures. According to this article thero are here: one who makes teaching a profession 2J,000,000 teachers and scholars enrolled We your committee on resolutions up- s expense attached. of Protestant ui members ll... .I....I. f l..ll,.llj.l.r...Mil Intin can go with little ,, ,.,.,, Then, too, wo have our county institute world over, of whom 11,000,000 are hi uouniuu, ' the Jos n, who departed this life on IntheXTnlted States. One sixth of our Christian College Notes. Bni, once a year, where no teacher who will sut in.iiiMii New styles at lowest prices. Call and see. mww Sunday- - urn ua iiiiiii ajv in,u wtj givo attention to the instruction there total population, then, is in tho rJnTT by his request was buried by this order given but will be better equipped for school, and the future of Christianity A recital will be given in the colin the Odd Fellows lot, In the Widows seems to bo insured, for the next genera-tiothe work of the school room than before lege chapel on Friday evening, May 18th. and OrphanH Cemetery Co., and in the he attended it. at any rate. The best inside wall finish; cold water process. aro all "old music," and presence of a largo assembly of relatives, Fortunately for the teachers of Lin- The selectibns For the third time in its history, the older will bo especially enjoyed by the friends and acquaintances. PAINTS Lead, Oil Colors, Mixed Paint, Carriage Paint, Stains coln county, our State Teachers' Associafamous Brooklyn Tabernacle is in ruins-OnResolved 1. Whereas it has pleased an persons. history of ol the worst fires in tho tion will be held in ouradjoining county, and Varnishes. Closest prices for cash. The class in Higher English, taught allwise Providence to remove from our Boyle, at Danville this year, beginning Brooklyn swept it away Sunday, togethMEDICINES Prescriptions compounded with care from the best by Mrs. Thomson, passed a most exmidst by death our beloved brother and Ho. June 27, and continuing the rest of the cellent examination. The examinations drugs and chemicals. er with the magnificent Give us a call. W. B. McRoberts. John Josliu, that this week. friend tel Regent. Twenty or more handsome lodge close of term, each irreparable loss, will continue until has sustained an residences were damaged, and the total It is expected that evet r one who can class being taken in turn as it finishes of membership of $V and during his US years possibly do so will attend tho whole seslost will bo in tho neighborhood BUYthe work prescribed for-- term. in this order he was a true and devoted sion. And just here let me remind you 000,000. Firo broke out in tho organ of The class in English Literature, com Odd Fellow, and was always ready and the Tabernacle, and was discovered by willing to minister to a brother in sick- that attending an educational meeting is posed of Misses Allie Surber, Kate Moore, not merely going to the place in which it Mrs. Talmage, just after Dr.Talmage hnd ness, or distress, and was ever faithful to is held, or simply answering to roll call Hattie Park and Amanda Bishop, were concluded a sermon reviewing his 'Jj examined last Thursday. They acquit teachings of "Friendship, Love and years' pastorate of tho church, and when the or even paying our dues or membership ti.il tlimtiaiili'tta itritti nruilif n,ul alirtivnil wo can truly say of him, Truth," and fee: but we shou d be at every session, all save a few ol the throng of worshipthat ho was a kind husband, an indul- all the time, so as to get the connection a good knowledge of the writings at d ,, tho building. ers had left American authors. gent father, a good neighbor and a true of all instructions given on all subjectp. lives of A brand new choir of 25 members Christian. And that it is with profound Lots can be learned by absorption even The faculty of Christian College were was organized at the Baptist church SatALSOsorrow that this lodge extend to the fam- whore we last Saturday by Mr. and urday night, composed as follows: Mrs. fel incompetent, or possibly entertained Gover. A more delightful sad bereavement ily in the hour of their too much embarrassed to take active part Mrs. J. F. Katie Elkin, organist; Joe F. Waters, corA. V. Sizemore, Joe S. our heartfelt sympathy. with those appointed to instruct. So let day could not have been anticipated, and nel, Mesdatnes 2. That the lodge room be draped in .n.t. .w..lin malrn it . ini ,1 Joe E. Farrts, Annie W. James, Nice, u.. ... cerlaiuly could not have been realized. fw...t, nvnn nt Hill, H.UV.IIVI llltiKU lb mourning, and that tho brothers wear some sacrifice to attend the Danville The host and hostess fully understand W. B. Penny, Mattie Nevius, and Geo. the usual badge of mourning for tiio meeting in June. "Oh," some may Bay, t io art of making their guests have a The best Garden Plow on the Market, from C. Keller, Jr.; Misses Octavia pleasant time; and the faculty are much Emily Alexander, space of 30 days Annie Straub, "times are hard, I don't seo how I can IJ That these resolutions be printed in atlbrd it." Please let mo remind you indebted to them for a very eujoyable Mpfutrs. w. H. earen, A ,u I'li-ln-. ......; . ,, .... ,i,, ,i, 1... .. i, ,i . l ' J. Earp, Thomas O. Yeager, Joe (J. Mc- - spread upon the minutes of this lodge, that while a spirit of economy pervades day. Prof. W. C. Grinstead will aBaiat the the country, it is estimated that possibly Clary, G. G. Wine, James II. 1 eager, conducting a summer echool a copy of stune be furnished tho per capita will reach the unpreced- principal in Samuel W. Menefee, Richard M. Xow-lan- nnd that F.McOlary, M. F. tho family, of our deceased Irother, alii ented figure of three dollars for the en- for teachers at Christian College, beginManloyTyree, W. of which is submitted in Friendship, suing Hchool year. My census repo-- t ning June 11th, and continuing through Elkin, and Ed. C. Gaines. The choir Tho course of study will in-- c will practice ono night every week, and Iove and Truth. shows nearly 0,000 pupils within the six weeks. J. E. Carson, John Edmiston, J. F. school ago for tho year ending June 30, ude all branches, taught in common Prices lower than any one. as each member means business, a decidschools, with methods and plans of imcommittee. 1895. So you see ve shall have for dis ed change for tho hotter in tho music Iloldam, Countersigned by A. W. Diilion, N. G. parting. Algebra and Latin will be will be perceptible. Singing from S:30 .tribution to Lincoln county teachers if desired, without auy additionprayer meet- R H. Bronaugh, secretary. is more demanded taught, nearly slS.000. Now, it to 0.30 on Friday evenings, al charges. The charges will be low and patroua of the ing beginning promptly at 7:30. by the To h Democracy of Lincoln. in this section should schools than over that those en- and every teacher public j See our Spring Stock of trees a meeting of tho democratic com- titled to the same, get their full money's avail himself of tho superior advantages At Venlco has no streets, horses, mittee of tho Sth Congressional district, worth. 1 find that trustees are making offered. Prof. Grinstead is a teacher of or wooden houses. fta.-uf- i "X7"c c o Mrs. James WebBtor, a Ballston (N. hold at Lawreuceburg, April 20, it was greater etlort than previously to get good broad reputation, and no man in this up on public school Y.) woman, aged 57, gave birth to twins ordered that county conventions be held all around teachers. And while I do not section is better in each wish to be accused of boasting on any work and methoas. Teachers, who at at the respective a few days ago. 1890 there were county of the district on Saturday, May proposition, yet we are glad to note tho tend, can complete the course in time By the census of by close W. L. Withers, Salesman. 107.4S5 Chinese in the United States. Of 20, at 2 o'clock, to appoint delegates to favorable comment from those who have for the August examination; and have registered under the the convention to be held at Nicholas been in position to judge, that our teach application might take the examination these 103,312 villa at 1 1'. m., June5tb, to nominate a ere in Lincoln, compare very favorably in July. Terms for board, tuition and exclusion act. for term of six weeks, i'2i 00. Tu A French juggler of vital statistics candidate for Congress. In accordance with thoso of the best of our neighbor lights ition alone $7. Music, instrumental and in the with this order, I hereby call a conven- eounties. Mc. Bays that tho number of deaths vocal, if desired, will be extra, per month, world during a single century approxi- tion to be held at Stanford, May 20, at $4. 2 o'clock i". m. for the purpose named A thing of beauty is a joy forever; mates 5,000,000,000. A colored debating society in Georgia A bill is pending in tho Houso of and trust that there will be a full atten- Its loveliness increases; it will never R. R. Gentry, Chain. recently agitated this question: "Which The Drug-StorPass into nothingness. Keats. Representatives to make the battle field dance. Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your is Most Diffrunt Abraham Jackson or of Sblloh, like those of Gettysburg and There's not a string attuned to Mirth It ia computed that the death rate of Ghlckamauga, a national park. chord in Melancholy. Hood. Jefferson Lincoln ? And if so, why ?" the world is 07 a minute, and the birth But has its Va., druggist la so At last accounts it was still unsettled. An Island, W. And there is even a happiness whon a boy waked rate 70 $ minute, and this seemingly Suppose the Caladonians tackle the lu temper that Thst makes the heart afraid. Hood. middle of the night to get light percentage of gains ia sufficient to question. him up in the School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, give a net increase of population each To continue love in marriage is a pencil he thanked the customer a slate Liquors for Medical Purposes. Sorrows remembered sweeten joy. year of almost 1,200,000 souls. science. It requires so little to kill those and asked him to call again. precious illusions Pollock. Wyatt Tate, the notorious Monroe sweet emotions, thoso Waaliing-to' The patents applied for in Absence makes the heart grow fonder. life; and it is so 40,000. The total county, Ala., desperado, was shot and which form the charm of last year number killed near his home by Murdock Foun- difficult to maintain a manjat the height -- Bayly. Call and see us. number of patents outstanding on Janu- tain, a young farmer, Saturday night. of which an exalted passion has placed Madaline Pollard is in New York arary 1 wm 645,000. The receipts of tho There was a large reward for Tate's cap him, especially when that man ia one's ranging for the publication of her book G. Patent Oflice are 11,200,000 a year and I ture, dead or alive. "Marriage Above Zero." husband. Mine. Reybaud. expenses $150,000 less. the -- to-da- j . j n iMTTMMn. Sunday-school- Millard West has put a stock of confectioneries in the There will be another concert in the park to morrow, Wednesday evening, at S o'clock. Because my friends trade with me, for which I appreciate and thank The Lancaster base ball nine wont them vciy much. I don't know a better way to get your trade than over to Nicholasyillo Friday and caught to get it in the neck to the tune of 9 to 7. The strikes of the miners in the C3-OOImountains has almost caused a coal famine In 1uicaster. A good many citizens For you to select from. are cooking with cordwood. Hev. Lucien D. Noel preached at tho Presbyterian church Sunday morning and at the Union meeting in the eve- A nice line of Dry Goods, Notions, Straw Hats, Caps, Fans, Ice ning. Ho is an earnest, able and elo- Cream Freezers. My prices are tempting. Come this week if you quent young man and the large congre want shoes an other goods cheap for cash. gallons that heard him were delighted with his sermons. He returned to the Theological Seminary in Louisville today. Garrard College carried of! the first medal in the declamatory contest at Nicholasyille Friday. Tho contest was quite spirited, about half n dozen colleges being represented by their best orators. Garrard's representative was Mr. Nathan Elliott. Mr. Elliott is a young t,'entleIIinn of rare ability as a student and orator and merited the honors betowed upon him. Tho genial Doc. Penny headed a crowd of Stanford bioych'sts through town Sunday afternoon. Mr. J. Mort for a visit to relaRoth well left . We can furnish any grade Bicycle at a price that will tives in Missouri. He is thinking of -there. Miss Anna Noel, of Danville, was visiting friends here Sunday. See our Stock. Profs. Dodd and Holley, of Garrard Col- Examine our prices before making order elsewhere. lege, are rusticating at White Sulphur, for her homo in nio Frazeo left Maysville. Miss Maty Holmes Lunk, of is the guest of Mrs. Emma Mr. Robert Burnside, o KaufTman. Barboursville, is spending a week with J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. hU parents. Mies Hattie Vaughanppent Saturday and Sunday with Mis Nellie 23d, 1894. Marrs. Mr. Casey Owsley, of Centre College, spent Sunday with his mothen Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music tad Mrs. Ellen Owsley. Mr E. W. Harris' An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. of Louisville, is here visiting relatives. Meiers Homer Baughnnn ami A. J. were here courting Rice, of S inday. Mr. E I. Arnold nnd sister MiFS R ilia returned from Nicholasville Sunday. Mr. William Wherritt and wife, FORol Spokane Falls, ore expected next week to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wher ritt. Mr. Homer Trice, of Knoxville, baa been here for a few days. Miss Fan- post-ofllc- e. I MEET WITH SUCCESS. WHY? THE BEST I DS I I HAVE JUST RECEIVED J. C. Bicycles FLORENCE. to-da- y SAVE 3TOTT OOODD ZMIOILSnEir to-da- W .H. WEAKEN & CO. Uus-tonvill- Stanford Female College. Sprlnjj Session Tuesday, January MeRoberts' Drug Store, -- I W AILIL PAPE ii 8 l.i... v.r ri n, e eight-stor- y Past-Gran- d -- a I ,.., Brinley's Combination Plow and Harrow. -- 1 THE - "COLUMBIA," "W. Size-mor- e, ..-- ..., ,,., ..., H. HIGGINS. d, WE ARE IN IT. oocj tax-paye- rs Disc Harrows, Geo. W. Brown Cultivators, Corn Planters. hDiiryntiQe court-hous- es orn and Farming Implements. B. H. WEARE2T. DRUGGIST. DR. S. G. HOCKER, e an-gol- lc Drugs, School Supplies, DB. S. n The Best Goods for the Least Money, HOCKXJl, T2m Druggist It came to pass that in his young days Nathaniel, whoso surname was Blythe, and who lived in the hill country of Ohio, married a wife and begat sons and daughStanford, Kv., - May 15, 189- ters to the number of 12, and she died. After mourning tho regulation time, Nathaniel began to look upon other women W. P. WALTON. and soon he took another to wife, and again he begat sons and daughters. Last week her progeny reached 12, and now at threescore years and ten, Nathaniel rojoices in his 21th born. The old man has obeved the injunction to increase and multiply, but if every man were to do DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. likewise there would be n great many For County Judce..... J AS. WALKER GtVKSS more Ooxeys than there are. The trou' G. H. COOI'KK ble of tho whole country is that there is Clerk ' Attcrtcy J. B. PAXTON an over production of nearly everything, Sheriff. " T. D. NEWI.AND even in infanta. E. D. KKNNKDY Assessor demi-Week- ly Interior Journal - A constable killed the commander or the Industrial army marching East from FARM AND THADE ITEMS. 6 OB 8 PAGES. EVERY PBIDAY. - John Anderson sold to J. C. Johnson, of Boyle, a small bunch of fat heif Judge Lurton fixed tho salaries of The committee on temperance recomers at 21 u tho receiver, St. John Boyle, and general mended to the General Conference at Farmers told us yesterday that tho manager, Gen. Echols, in tho Short Memphis that the signing of a petition com is all planted and has cumo up in fc S. S. W. cases. Tho Route and 0., O. or liquor license by n member of tho Hue condition. 0 and tho latter former receives an immoral act. church should be held Less than six will elait in tho Dei by Will do. For this week wc have some awful good things in store for a year. Much feeling was developed and when at Louisville Chant mid Pearl for you. Randall Adams, who is said to bo Don't fail to come and ice them. Dr. Andrews said that it was sometimes Song aro tho favorites. tho man who killed Deputy United batter to sign petitions for license and The State of New Hampshire pas States Marshal Russell Wlreman In Knott thus secure a more decent conduct of a bushel to farmers for all grussUop- ago, was arrestui in f county five years s iloonB he was roundly hissed. Bishop pers that they destroy. Ed Smith, of the Mt. Vernon Signal, Haygood let his gavel fall at once, ard has an amusing article on Charley Met- - the Indian Territory last week and John Sheppard, the Boston horsein a most impressive manner said: "Let calf's announcement for Secretary of brought back. man, says that his team Reina, 2:12, and Harrison was While that be stopped. This is the first time I State, but he should not have taken the Orah,2:15, will go iu 2:12 to the polo this Wc arc offering you some good values for your money. Wc have confer- card so seriously. Charley was only lecturing to the students of a California year. just received a big line of Dimities, Irish Lawds, Persian Mulls, Chal-lies- , ever heard hisses in a Methodist law they approence." This is a beautiful Ecene in a joking when he wrote his platform of college on and all arc marked down to suit the purse of the poorest. The entries to Harrodsburg trots priated $:J3 worth of his whisky and body supposed to be followers of the political incongruities. close May 1st. Five dollars nominates. cigars which he had purchased for strictmeek and lowly Savior. Of all people Write to T. M. Cardwull, secretaiy, for Wk Baptists always stand together. ly personal use. on earth, the religious bigot io the most entry blanks. A Cincinnati paper prints this lie Dr. Andrews' views are Gov. Northen, of Georgia, who is a high intolerant. Commissioner R. C. Warren sold tho observation from results, which cockalorem in tho Baptist church, has It now develoni that money sent from jooswope lartn oi -- mi acres lying near based on graves show that regulation is better in many just pardoned a Baptist preacher, sen Wisconsin to Virginia to decorate We have the biggest line in Straws, Helmets, Derby, Alpines, in Hubble yesterday to Thomas Rankin, ol of Union soldiers lias been used to build instances than the fruitless effort to pro tenced to jail for one year for selling PuUski, at Wl. fact any style hat to be found, from :5c, up. Hear in mind if you a memorial hall in Richmond. This is a hlbit, and because they do not coincide whisky in a prohibition county. There is a man in Ohio who has made want Clothing cither diversion by tho enemy. is hissed, with tho impracticables, he in tho 50,000 with his pen, and has never writ has reJames Maher, a prisoner Mr. Wilson, of tarill bill fame, and would bo put to tho tortures practen a lino for publication. Ho sells ticed by tho Spanish inquisition if the turned to Washington fully retored to Bridewell Chicago" jail was murdered thoroughbred hogs. pow- Thursday night by his cell matP, Geo. hiesers had it in their power. Freedom health, but he feels that his mental Mr. R. L. White suggests that this is ers aro waning since ho can not now Dunlap, who became suddenly Insane. of thought would bo prohibited by these t'jo week to plant watermelons and can a pulp on censors, and action other than dictated recognize his own offspring after it has Matter's head was beaten to teluupcH Yuu can grow the latter among the stone floor behro assistance could treated as tho unpar- started through tho Senato mill. by them would be your fouls with little rialc. reach him. donable sin. Oh, for tho rarity of ChrisNotwithstanding tho dullness of tho The Somerset Reporter's Burnsido ediThe managers of Forepaugh's circus tian charityj tion is a daisy. It is profusely illustra- were arrested at Lexington for advertis horse market, an exchange says it is im- Come and sec us. We will show you best value ever offered for the No humbug, no swindle, no Hslsreprcscntation Mub. Lizzie Smith has just obtained ted and tho write up good. Editor Van ing tho lottery and held in $200 each in possible to supply the demand for com- money in Stanford. ICvcry thing the Host, the Nobbiest and the Cheapest. horses $10 damages from Miss Jennie Sowsley Winkle has reason to be proud of it. violating the bined, 20 cases. Tho penalty for A. E. Perriu, of BulTalo, has a road j at Flemingsburg in a suit for $2,000 damagrees lottery law is a lino of not lees than $:W0 wagon with bicycle wheels that only Col. Bueckisriduk evidently aro pecuages. The grounds of tho suit imprisonment scandal of the or more than $1,000, and weighs 75 pounds, or about tho tame as liar. At church one day Miss Sousli y with Moliere that: 'The not exceeding 150 days. the sulkies of IU) years sgo. by sticking pius in the world is what makes the offense; it is mused herself Seven armed men rodo into Southto sin in silence." Since ISStJ the Buffalo Driving Park seat Mrs. Smith was to sit, and in which n t sinful west Ci'y, Mo., and while two stood Association has paid out fS"l,G00 in Mrs. Smith did sit. Leastwise she tried giiard and two others held the horsts NEWSY NOTES. premiums at grand circuit meetings. Tho to, but as the pins went in she went up three entered a bank with a sack and se- association hangs up $70,000 this year. mortified and the sensation she produced J. W. Hancock, of Kokomo, III., wi a cured between $3,000 and $4,000, with The Knquirereays that Mrs. Laura she thought, of $2,000. killed in a runaway at Owensboro. her to the extent A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor which they escaped after firing 1C0 Bhots Rhodes, of Tillin, O, who has been ill The jury thought that $10 was sufh-ieTho Coxeys havo broken camp at and wounding four citizens. T. D. for a long time had a severe coughing little pin sticks Washington and gone to Maryland. for a few At Yankton, S. D., there is a mother spell, during which alio coughed up a and found accordingly. Some peoThere is a deficit in the Kentucky of 24 children who is just i)0 years old. snake of n greenish hue, 12 inches long. ple never know how to take a joke. treasury of half a million of dollars. The children were born triplets, and the Dr. John Sutton and Jno. W. Buck laughed the mat Mrs. Smith might have Four laborers were downed by the oldest of tho lot is under 12. All of ter ofl, but she wasn't that kind of a fe capsizing of a boat near Ellonsburg, them are boys but three, one set of trip- Slid 1,000 bushels of wheat to J. I,. Cogar at 53 cents. J. L. Cogar sold five male. She wanted money to heal her Wash. lets being girls. The mother U a Norwe hogsheads of tobacco at Louisville, at wounds and pay her for the inconvenSociety gian and her husband a Hoosier. Tho New York Incubator ience of having to eat her meals from the have saved over 100 prematurely born who stole a train at from 20 lo ;22 per hundred. Midway The outlaws mantel piece. What, why my money on every purchase not made at the One Pueblo, Col., were captured by a posse of Clipper. babies. Thomas C. Ball has sold to his uncle, Horse Store of Tho Hon. W. C. Owens denounces Uuited States Court officers near Scott Justice is sometimes as swift as it Mr. Jmes Poppies, 104 acres of land lyought to bo sure. At Staunton, Va., a the charges that he is a gambler and City, Kan. They wero 430 in number, ing on Dix river and adjoining his farm for trial. Gov. and were sent to Topeka ' negro who outraged a white girl and libertine. of the Lo welling and the other Populist officials for J1,C00. Mr. Hall does not give pos Fire at Norway, Me., left half then killed her, was tried, convicted and pension till Dec. 1st and has rented the sentenced to hang within 82 hours after population without homes. Tho loss ag- of Kansas refused to lend the .railroads place out till that time to Mr. O. M. Who try to sell Staple and Fancy Groceries and tho least aid. other goods too. the commission of the double crime. gregates $239,000. Spoouamore for SI 00. O. H. Kirod, a prominent Louisville Nicholas county sold $21,000 worth The execution is fixed for June Sth. The indications now aro that wo will This is equal to tho French method of of bonds to run aeven years at Oper cent, photographer, was arrested and taken to with complicity in have a light crop of fruit after all. Late Nashville, charged dealing with anarchists and would ho a to Chicago parties at par. For almost any thing you may want. Goods Cheaper than Ever. of Bowling the robbery of tho express of $33,000 and fruits had not put out sulfioieut to bo Besaio V. Fitzhugh, good example for all courts to follow. seriously injured and many of tho early The negro was only prevented from be- Green, has been granted a patent on a is uow in jail in that city. Charles A, Hardin, who was arrested for tho crime, trees that bail apparently been killed combination book rest and table. ing lynched by the militia. When again budded and have a light "Doc" Beard, aged SO, and hereto- confessed that tio is Ketchuin and that havo he took a chow of tobacco and bloom on them. Ixindou Kcho. carelessly said "I ain't got but one time fore considered a good citizen, is in jail at Elrod assisted him in the theft. 'Squire Tom Wheeler, of tho Bolion 'Snuiro Levi Grow, of Fayette, of Springfield, O , for stealing cigars. to go and dat's good an any." Burglars broke into the office of a fered a motion in tho Fiscal Court that a neighborhood, reports tho crop prospects Tiie monument erected by tho women New York artificial tooth manufacturer committee be appointed to consider a as tho finest in years. The fruit, too, he of tho United States to the mother of and carried away over 13,000 teeth. proposition to aupply the county with says, will Do mucu more plentilul tlian ordinarily supposed. Only early apples Gen. Washington was dedicated at FredWin. McKinley and his son were bloodhoundH and thnt they be used for ericksburg, Va, Thursday with impres-Biv- e hung by a mob at Sharon, Kan., for the hunting down fugitives. The committee peaches anil plums are killed. Strnwbr ceremoniep. President Cleveland reported favoring tho scheme and tho ries, raspberries, blackberries and grapes murder of McKinloy's Gov. O'Ferrall, Senator Daniel delivered aro that the county will usti aro all right. Harrodsburg Democrat. By the explosion of a car load of chances Is Receiving His A fairly good crowd attended com t a large number of other addresses, while instead of detectives in tho 100 persons bloodhouuds yesterday, but very little biislncra wan prominent men wero present to dc honor benzine at Bradford, Pa., future. A CiTTTVTTVnr'T? many of them seriously. - OiTJKJLJLN X JULLlVlxLlJx to the memory of the woman of whom were burned, Tip, the man killing elephant, was transacted. No cattle were offered pub- : licly and excepting four rough steers, Robert F. Brattan, representative in put to death in Central Park, N. Y., the father of his country said: "All that Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. 1 am I owe to my mother." Tho mo'i- - Congress of tho First Maryland district, Cyanide of potasium was given him there wero none on tho market. A few ument was made at Buffalo, N. Y., and died at PrinceBS Anne, Md., a few days in bran capsules and he fell over dead in plug horsfs Bold publicly at ?'0 to $10 is a plain granite monolith 50 feet high, ago. Ho was presented to tho and several mares and colts at i'M to $40. 12 minutes. The Republican League Club at Park by Adam Forepaugh Bevoral years If any private sales wero made wo did standing upon a base 11 feet square. It be irs the inscription: "Mary, tho Moth- Lawrenceburg has begun active move- ago and next to Jumbo was tho largest not hear of them. ment for Col. W. O. Bradley for gover- elephant ever brought to this country. Overton Adanw, of this county, er of Washington." nor. viclaims to navo a noree tnat is 1.5 years Ho had killed six men and gotten bo The veracious Breckinridge says the A statue of Columbrs was unveiled oid and still ablo to work. Tho animal cious no one could go near him. reason so many of tho editors in his at Central Park, New York, Saturday, years ago this spring while was captured by Morgan's men during Twenty ATSteoppose him is that he declined to with an address by plowing, W. A. Van Sickle, of Now their famous raid through Garrard counrecommend them for postmasters of venson. ty, and was ridden by ouo of tho raiders Brunswick, N. J., lost a watch in a field their towns. Ho has done nothing himAt Wheeling Sunday George Blake-mor- The other day a colored man, while when Gen. Morgan had his encounter self to turn decent men from him; oh age 10, shot his drunken father planting corn, dug up what turned out Wi;h Woolford'B cavalry at Dutton's Hill, dear no. It is safe to wager, however through the heart when he attacked his to bo the t watch. Aftr being in Pulaski county. that if Willie could havo seen how the m ther. oil tho watch was found to be soaked in Brown's Cultivators and all Farm Implements at prices to suit the George Rose was taken from jail at cat would jump ho would have been in fairly good condition. The crystal of wiser than the children of light and Spring City, Kas., Sunday and hung by hard times. was tho watch, which was bought his editors up with a lot of cheap a mob for tho murder of a deputy post- unbroken. Strange to say it is not relaj I master. ted that the watqh wan running. William J. Parker blow his brains Tho 0. and O. put another through We wero shocked to boo tho Louisville to Dan O'SulIivan as "a boetlo- - out at Paris, aftor dressing to go to a cir- train into service May 13, between LouPost re'er browedbaudy-legge- d brute, with a bad cus. No cause unless prospect of hear isville and Now York. It will leave at eye and a .reputation for viciousness ing clown's jokes. Sa. m. daily, reaching Washington at A grand jury at Uincinnati had to 7:40 a. m., and Now York at 7: 10 i. m. which keeps women and children at a Eafe distance," until wo found that tho bo discharged because a watch thoif, who the next day. Tho afternoon train will reference was to ouo of the dogs at tho had served a term in tho penitentiary, l!tvnr Mli i. si. instead of 2:30, as at nresent. and will reach Washington at show, and not to the brilliant and bald was ono of its members. Katie Chamberlain, tho 2:40 i m. the following day. A eplen-dieditor of tho Critic. Somo ono would bo daughter of George Chamberlain, of now observation car ,will bo added, a detained moiat body now, if tho man .Tor a., Bristol, Ind., died from tho effects of making the rido a delightful ono. and not the brute hail boon referred to. priaon contained in chewing gum. Refreshing Bath. Hot or Cold, Tho Fiscal court of Hardin county James I. Neal has had a good deal Oon Loudon contemporary should not A stylish Hair Trim or CUan Shave, go to take things so literally, Tho disafltctioii haa appropriated $100,000 for road im- of trouble lately in keeping his fat SouthY on their Cook & Farmor's Barber Shop. at Highland does not, amount to a row' provements and elected a salaried civil down ewes from getting over piiiB. Only a handful of' those who aro engineer to see that tho work is properly backs. Ho has lost ono or two from this Kvery(thingyou can think of in the Fine Chinaware line. Call and disappointed in getting pie are raisinz a douo. cause. Tno Southdown or Cotswold, I examine and get prices. Public Printer Benedict is gradually when fat, is liable to get down on its row. A man who is a democrat only for revenue, instead of principle, is not a making changes in his department, put- back in any little depression in tho My itors was bnrned Friday right, Feb. 33, very valuable one to have around and ting democrats on guard wherever pos grouud and it cannot recover itself, dy- ami I think rubied ol part of Its contents, and 'oi, lor As his compa unless relieved. Har tne arrett ana conviction 01 gumy jiamei win sible. Ho found only 100 of them em ing in a few days his room is often as good par iioo, J. A. HAMMONDS, ) W11..'. nlnt.a.1 fn lilj tati.vn iw tl.i M1I1L17. rodaburg Democrat. Stanford, Ky. Hubble, Ky !(! ny. uiu j ;t uu uia ioiuiu iiiu Tiik amendments to tho tariff bill are S) protective in their nature that the republican Senators are voting for them right along. And yet the party declared in convention assembled at Chicago in 1S02 thnt if given the power it would lighten the burdens of tariir taxation. democratic leaders are not The only inviting, but making tho party deserve defeat at the coming election. soon. Jailer G. W. DKIIORD Sacramento. The slayer was Constable Fleckenser. and the victim was "Col. Paisley. The blood thirsty policeman, who Bhot Jomes Davis at Middlesboro for scarcely any cause, fled on tho death of his victim, ust in time to keep from be ing hung. Pennsylvania oil men aro prospect ing iu a number of counties In Eastern Kentucky, and preparations aro being made to sink wells In Pike. Johnson and Floyd counties. Near Browning. Mo., Gus Meeks, his wife and four children were found murdered near a strawstack in an open field here. The murderers aro under nrrcst here and a lynching will probably occur Yearling short: horn bull for sale. J. 8. Owsley, Sr., Stanford. Sunol has become very vicious and it is now difficult to shoo her. Scoggan Bros, havo sold Leona's Last and Misa Alico for $1,500. O. W. Williams says that Allerton is going lino and jogging like a colt. A Montgomery county owe has given birth to seven lambs in a year. There will be $3,500 hung up fordoes Look Out For It. Crowds of of eager buyers daily thronged our store. show what liberal business methods, at tho Rhode Island State Fair this year. Sec it, enjoy it. The feast of bargains this week. During the past Thompson Bros, bought In Rockcasof butcher cattle at 1 Jc to week our facilities for handling trade were indeed taxed to the utmost tle, a bunch 21c. Ware tells us that ho lias bought 33,000 (pound of wool nt 10 to F. M. 15c. This goes to 'm ! Ir Sooi Goods and Low Prices I $$,-10- to-da- y. 1 Dry Goods Department. inter-nation- al READY MADE OR TAILOR MADE se I ' LOUISVILLE : STORE, STANFORD, KIT., RANI-:V,:Managcr.- J nt J PBLQSTICH McKinney & Hocker, CALL OUST THEM McKINNEY & HOCKER. pen-tence- d son-in-la- MIItlta "NT GOODS. Fri-da- y. THE STUDEBAEER -- WAGONS dis-ri- ct f Vice-Preside- nt e, loug-los- REDUCED PRICES. J. K. VANARSDALE, open-face- d, post-office- s. W four-year-o- ld d GLASSWARE QUEEN SWARE, ' CHAMBER SETS, DINNER SETS, &c. $100 STEWARD 1 FARRIS & HARDIN. I I I .1 -, . - - ', 1' . - rr r Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Ky., A. It. Pinny's Is the place to buy W. B. jew- elry. Smoke Dix cigars. FRK8II McKob- pleaso you. BtAMFORO, May 15, 1894 erta. lino of Zttigler bIioch nt S. II. E. C. Walton, Business Manager Shanks'. Straw hats from 5c up. B. F. Jones MEANS IU8IHE8S. & Son. Always something new. Dnnks, tho Buy your uchool bookn nnd school sup pliea ol nil kinds nt A. It. I'enny'a. jeweler. Watches, clocks nml jowolry repaired Bpeclnlty, When you want n watch go to Dankp, ami warranted. EiiKruvimc " nt A. It. Penny's. tho low priced jeweler. Tiik Urgent Htock of Drnif, Modleines, Perfumery, I'nlntH nnd Wall I'upur nt Ski: tho now jewelry nud watches nt A. It. Penny's. Peecription9 a special- Penny's. Ho can't be undersold. ty. Skb our sample straw hatsntGO, 75 and PERSONAL POINTS. 05c; worth $1.50 nnd Si B. F. Jones & Mrs. John J. MclloiiKnrs has been Son. qulttf stck. throne liiiyitiu.it pmtiti or organ peo Miis. J. K. ?Aitnia is visiting relatives me. I can save you money on nny mnke. nt Danville. Peter Hampton. Mil. Will I'kttth is temporary nlislit . . ItEKiiiOKnATons, ico boxes and tho best agent nt thu depot hrru. MiiO. A. BiiACiiKY wnH up to set) his ice cteatit freezers on the market. " & Hooker. wifo Saturday from IHiiuvillo. . Mahy Adams, of Huston ville, is Miss t Tiikiik is no stove that gives tho the utiest of Mrs. I'M F. Owens. "Tho Now Vapor Process" does. W. Mosn Cook, of Hustonville, spent SunII. Wenren A Co. day with his sinters and brother hure. Mr. K. W. Oiikiohto.v, of KiiiKSville, Tiik farm machinery men wero out was in yesterday to k'vo hs some itoniB. full force yesterday, but their sales wore Mu. and Mns. J. W. Babtin, of few. The farmers will try to work their are visiting relations in this coun- old machiiU'4 one more yenr. ty. Be sure to see mo nt Stanford before Mns. Wji. iIoyatom, of Garrard, in you sell your wool, or Jess ltout nt over to ecu her parents, who are very or Win. Itout nt Morelnnd, or 111.' nt Hustonville. Win. Morelnnd. Piiihy McLkav, of San Joie, III., is vieitliiK his cousin, Miss Hmily Alexans K. Wii.ki.nsos has opened up a der. barber shop in the St. Asaph Mn. J. It. M a mis, of the Lancaster l!ec. and invites tho public to patronize hero yesord, woh toin tfio court him. He is an experienced man and terday. " will treat you right. Mil A. C. Sink went to Cincinnati yesterday to Uiq Odd Feilow's buildWiK dedOut great shIu of sample shoes has boen tho talk of tho town; no wonder ication. , Piiar. and Mns. M. G. Thomson-- of when wo nro selling J.'SfiO and SI shoes Christian College, Hustonville, wore hero nud slippers for ;1 1. Another lot just ytstertiiiy. received. B F. Jones it Son. 1!i.kisok U.mlky is fpendlni! a few The ofllco has just ptinted for Hupton-vlll- e weeks with his slctor, Mrs. Loulmi GrvR-orordinances nnd by jaws, which innt Grnysou. penalties for every oHenso imaginMk. andMiis. T. It. Biiown, of Ouunv clude able. A man will hnvo to wa'k chalk up boro, have been visiting their noleo, Mrs theio now or he will get in tho cnlnbouse. A. W, Carpenter. Mr. K Wilkkiiso.v, tho new barber, The latest census shows that there are ifc Watts' house 5,017 children in Lincoln county of the his rented the H on tancflstcr street. school age, 0 to 20 years; 1, 110 white Mns Mriii'HY, of Lexington, nnd Mrs and 1,108 colored. Tho per capita will IVyton I'arrott, of Danville, have been bo about $0, which will bring $17,75! Y.sitlnK friendsiheru. lato thu county Mrs. Noah Moons, of I'ari, nnd Mrs. A S. Miller, of Crawfordsville, Ind , ate Mns. J am in Kellky, whoso htiBband was killed in n collision at Hazel Patch in YhitlnK Mrs. G. C. Givens. Mu. Boyli: Gill Boylk is climbirR 1600, wns nnnrdfd $12,500 damnges higher nnd higher. He is now inanigiiiK ngolnst tho L. & N.by thoCommon Pless court in Louisville. Mr. Kelley wns an 0 litor of tho Iouisvillu 1,'oft. W. 0. express messenger. Tint Advocate says that l'rof. I. Griuatead will teach a iix weeks' normal Hurt. Whilo attempting to jump out school at Hustonville this summer. of a buggy when her horse frightened at Mkksiis A. Amiams and Woodford a parsing train, Mrs. A. V. Slzomoro hnd LonKiuoor, clerk and deputy clerk of the her nnklocnught between tho wheel nnd court of appeals, weru hern Friday. step and so painfully bruised that it hns Mu. GKonciK T. McltoiiKtiTS, of kept her In bed for a week. passed through Friday to upend a few weeks with relatives at Brynntsvllle. We thought Stauford wns nwoy ahead son of any town of its size in tho number of Mns. Lizzik McAlibtkr and George, now of Boyle, speut several days bicycles owned and ridden here, but wo with her mother, Mrs Klia Portmaii. were mistaken. Kveu tho little hamlet o Hon. W. H. Millkh has been chosen Cloverprt, we learn from tho Nows, hna nttorney for the town of Hustonville, 00, besides a lady cyclist club. with tho niunitlceut nalarj of $M) a An excursion for colored people, with year. of the .i car for tho whites, will bo run from n Mihs S. B. Rowland, trnlned school of nurnen nt Ixingtou, is hero to Louisville on Sunday, May 27th, nt SI 75 for tho round trip. It will lavo hero attending boiiio Indlrs At thu nt 6:00 a m. nnd arrive in thu city at 10. House. Cairo, Returning leave Louisville at 10 v. M. Mil W. H. Camimiell Is in from Mo., to tnko his daughter, MifH Bettie, By buying from us $10 worth of goods home. Ho is n brother of Mr. S. G. for cash only and paying $2.75 for a Campbell nnd of Mr. W. A. Coffey's handsome frame, yon can get thu wife. picttin of yourself over made. daunh-te- r, Ukv. Stiiothkk Cook, Sil, and King, of Mercer, havo Call for tickets nud leave photograph. Mrs. Lucy been vlnitiiig Mm. llatsy Kevins nnd Seo work iu ou-- ' window. Hughes A Tato. ,' other relatives hero. Nathan Klliott, son of Prof. Milton The members of tho Knights of PythElliott, of Gnrrnrd College, won tho prize ias lodge hero will spend May 00th, decDeclamatory t'nion, oration day, with the K. of P. lodge nt iu the Ho is jiifot 10. nt Nicholasvillu. Lancaster. A portion of tho day will bo Mns. Amkiuca Bailky, of Hustonville, spent in decorating the graves of tho sevSatwho celebrnted her U2nd birth-da- y eral deceased brothers, of that lodge, urday, hns been very feeblo for n week while an interesting program has been or more and fenrs nre entertained that nrrnnged for the remainder. By tho wny she ran not last much longer. tho lodge here hns taken in 22 members Miss Kllkn Ballou returned from sinco Mar. 15th and is in every way in n Boston Friday, looking unusually well. most prosperous condition. She gained uight pounds of tlesh nnd Mu. I. W. frisit, who wns suspended many times that amount of musical for having n racket with tho manager of knowledgo while nt tho conservatory. g Uncle Tom's Cabin Co., tells us that tho While down in Pulsskl on their spree, Messrs. Sam W. Menefeo and statements given us, wero incorrect. Ho ltichard M. Kewlnnd, went to Monticollo did not refuso to receive tho bnggago but nnd spent n day or so with their relative f he did tell tho man he could not check Mr. J. W. Duncan, who gave a dolight-fu- l it till 00 minutes beforo thu train. Ho did not, ho avers, draw a pistol on him party in honor of them. Mr. W. II. Shanks attended tho tirst but that after abusing him, tho manager session of tho annual convention of tho fearing thnt Mr. Fish might uso tho pisThird Province of tho Signm Chi frntern-it- tol lying in n drawer, snatched it out and composed of tho chapters of Ohio givo it to Mr. Rico. So fnr as wo have nnd Kentucky, held at Danvillo Friday, oven Been Mr. Fish is polito nnd accommodating nnd wo trust his superiors will which wound up with n banquet. Mu. W. B. McItoiuciiTS and family wero booh reinstnto him. iu Louisville at tho time ol Mrs. Mcltob-ort- s' Tiik hop nt tlin Opera Houeo Frtdny death nnd had to bo telegraphed night was qnito nbrill!ant nflair. Many for. Dr. 0. II. Mcltoborts, who lives at young people joinpl in tho morry danco Liberty, was also sent for nnd camo Sun- nud jov Teigned Isupremo till 2 a. m. Mr. l.igo day with liis brother-in-lnwhen "Homo Swtlet, Homo" rominded Cofley. them that it was tne they wero gotting there. A number i tho ladies wero in VIOINITY. CITY AND full evening dress and nil wero very lovo-lDank?, tho people's jeweler. Tho Metropolitan orchestra furnish'& ed tho music nud ylid itaelf proud. SlIKBl' BheatH at W. II. Wenron Among tho visitoiH vere: Mksea Eva Co 's. Buchanan, Crab Orchard, Lillian Brower, Screen doors nnd windows mndo to Mary Adam'', Bertha Jjorse, Alico Dryo, order. A. C.Alford. Hustonville, Ora WoodB, Danvillo, F. B. stock mid lowest Twid veil, HtiBtonvillo, Will 'llnrlnn, You will find tho best Danville.. prices av A. H. Penny's. m Mc-Kinn- ey m satis-fitc- Pitla-hur- first-clax- bane-me- nt crid We want your trade. AVe can surely disinterred from their resting place at Mt. Pleasant graveyard nnd reinterred Danks, the Jeweler. beside him in Spring Hill Cemetery. Tiiher kinds of sweet potato plants at The remains of Mrs. Stagg had been 25 cents per 100. 0. J. Newlaud. buried 32 years but the woodencoffin, in Caiiiiiaob paints, harness oil, machine which they wero encased waa found to be in good order. Harrodsburg Demo oil, nil kinds nt W. B. Mcltoberts'. crat. 00 hat at Genuine John B. Stetson A good old mother has gone to her only one to a customer. B. F. reward, full of years and Christian Jones & Pon. graces. Mrs. Elenora Rizar Mcltoberts thodebateat Turnersvillo Saturday died suddenly Saturday morning, after At night it will bo nlllrmed that Beauty has an illness of but n few bouts nnd with more Influence than Intellect. Tho do hardly n struggle. She hnd spent the day beforo in the country and hnd rebate will begin at 8 o'clock, sharp. mm turned feeling n little badly. As tho If the crowd which gathered hereyee- - evening wore ou she got worse nnd her terday did anything but perspire nnd faithful son, Mr. P. M. Mcltoberts, spent talk nbotit hard timex, it did not trans- - tho night in her room, not thinking, piro. Tho day wns very warm and tin however, that she was seriously ill. Next prolltnble. morning lie camo up town to get n t The city council met Snturdiy night nurse for hnr, leaving Mrs. J. M. Iienz-le- y with her. Sho had occasion to step nnd decided to have the lands within the town limits used for farm purposes sur- out of the room for a few momenta and veyed preparatory to suits ngaiust the when sho returned sho was horrified to find her dead, the end having come apowners for taxes. parently with hardly a pain. Heart d Over S00 sample hats just received witlj, which she had suffered l.ad latest Btyles nnd shnpes, no two alike. done tho work. Mrs. Mcltoberts was Wo hnvo hats to suit everyone nt lefs born 73 years ago in Nelson county and thnn manufacturer's prices, $1 stills at in 1S30 married Rev. Sidney S. Mcltob$2.50, Ac. B. F. Jones & Son. erts, who preceded her to ttio grave a Kkteutaisino a doubt ns to his right littlo over four years. To them seven to call nn election ou tho local option children wero born nnd all are living question in Stnnford, Judge Varnon save two. Thev include bankers, lawwithheld his iltoision in thu matter tilt yers, doctors and druggists, and all do so as to further examine author- honor to her. In early hfo she gave htr henrt to God and lived and died Mrong ities. in tho faith. Sho was a good mother, GitKENDiiiEitSi'iiiNCi, Dan Slaughter's sister and friend, and tho high esteem famous report was sold yesterday by in which sho was held was evidenced Commi-innor It. O. Warren to Mrs. D. by the large number who gathered SunO. Similiter for 3520. At this rate Mr. day afternoon at the Presbyterian church slnugi it's estate will pay lees than 10 and at the grave to pay the last tribute cents mi tho dollar. of respect. Her children hnvo tho conTiik base ball season will open here solation of knowing thnt her lifo was Friday afternoon, when tho Stanford spared to them much longer than rnott club, with Thomas O. Ytnger, manager, mortals nro permitted to enjoy a mother will literally wipe up tiiu earth with the nud thnt sho went hence in firm faith Lancaster ninu. Tho game will bo play- in tho promises of tho Redeemer that ed nt tho old grounds nt tho wnter works. she taught nil of them to love. S2.-IS- STERLING SILVER Is all the rage. i , f BJEIE DANKS', HJIH : D Rock m They arc new ideas and a revolution of fashions in Jewelry. Bottom prices prevail at The : Jeweler. A TALK TO MEN ONLY. Come and sec our splendid line of Percale Shirts. We have them without collars, with collars attached and with separate collars to-d- AT 98 CENTS. We keep the Scrivcns Patent Seam Drawers the best made. If you want solid comfort and the best wearing goods ever made you should try these. THEY ARE COOLER, And more elastic than balbriggan. and balbriggin goods. Also a splendid line of the gauze Good stock white Half-Hos- e, y, old daughter of John Brand, farmer of Mercer county, wss bitten to death by her father's pet dog. Let this be n warning to tho dog rnisets of this nnd other sections wheru tho hoiifo dog is looked upon ns almost one of tho family. The 12-ye- ar n Liberal premiums given to saddle stnllions, mares and geldings at the Harrodsburg Fair, June 27, 2S.20. Write for full particulars and entry blanks to T. M. Cardwell, Scc'y, Hnrrodsbnrg. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Shirts, Ties, &c. Collars, Cuffs, All Hats at Cost and less than cost. SEVERANCE & SON. The adjuster for the Royal, Mr. J. W. Powell, wns hero yesterday to settle the Kubnnks loss but failed to do so. The policy called for $2,000; ho ofrcred $1,000, and the insured agreed to tnko $1,050 but he would not pay it, because he said that Grit had agreed to stnnd by John Allen'fl estimate. Later. As wo go to press, Mr. Kubnnks informs us thnt he hns decided to tnko tho sum offered. MATRIMONIAL G. D. SMILEY I tonville precinct, democratic parly. t candidate lor Jutlicp nt mhject the PeAce in the Husto the action ot the CONDITION OK THE Eemember : Us. FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. AT STANFORD, At the elate of buiineii May 4, 1894. MATTERS. LIAIHLITIES. Capital tock pnld In, in cath 100,000 00 Surpluinnd undivided profits 6,57o n Due to llankj 4,143 t Dcpoiiu (ubjectto check, (on which Interest U not paid) 97,833 16 RESOURCES. Leans and Discounts .$305,181 4 Due from other Hanks.. ;. ,58s 30 Hanking homo, furniture and riUurei... 6,300 co Current expenses 474 28 I ash 9,1" 4 4,So6 17 Overdrafts I, John n Owsley do nwear tnnt the above ttatrtuem Is true to the best of my knowledueand Cashier belief. J It. OW.-LESworn to before me by I. II. Owsley, this May '.V. M. llRIGHT, N. I'. I.. C. j, i8y(. V, 1 Brod-hea- d, Cai-pent- er hand-soint- st Bluc-Grn- ss fish-,in- Stato College girls nt Lexington wont go with boys who wear Breckinridge buttons. At Findlay, O , Paul Ewing, a precocious youth of 15, committed suicido because his ardent lovo was epurned by n young girl. According to French divorce statistics the most unhappy period of marriage U from tho 5tb to 10th year. After that tho figures drop rapidly. An Indiana Enoch Arden has returned to his first wifi, accompanied by six children, and asks to be taken back. Her second husband objected, and no wonder. Ho remembered ho had children of his own. A Chinese asked to be registered nt Yutiin, Ariz., under the name of Charley Allen. The officer refused because it was not a Chinese namo. Tho Chinese explained thnt ho pot the name by marrying a white woman. In Fleming county there is a couple, both of whom are 80 vars of age. They have kept Iioubo for 00 years, nnd new r until last week possessed n cooking stove. They hnvo nlways cooked over nn k fire plnco with n nnd have done their baking in a "Dutch" oven. 1). Eliiott Kelley drovo to his sweet hearts house nt Lexington and sent her a note. Shu returned it and he shot himself in the head. The young lady is a sister of Kcnney, tho trainer of Nancy Hanks, and her parents hnd de nied him their Iioubo. Invitations havo been issued to the marringo of Miss Lizzie B. Withers to Mr. G. M. Smith, which will occur at Mr. 0, O. Withers' May 00th. Miss Withers is a handsome and excellent young lady who will prove herself a treasure to the man who hna won her. Ho is from Whitley county and a most worthy man pot-hoo- do"fcnjjn.s Either ready-mad- e If you want we will give you the best values or tailor-madever sold for tne money, and e, OUR SHOE STOCK Is made almost exclusively for us, and when we tell you a shoe is good we mean it. Our lines of ladies', gents' and children's Shoes are in splendid shape and we will not be beat in price or quality. We call especial attention of the ladies to our lines of WASH DRESS GOODS, in Domestic and Foreign Ginghams, Satteens in Foreign and Domestic, Javanes Cloths, Scotch and American Lawns, Organdies, Dimities in plain,, white and printed goods. In Laces and Trimmings and Trimming Silks we are headquarters. In Hosiery,, Kid Gloves, Silk Mits and Corsets you will find a splendid stock. Remember vc carry the celebrated J. 13. and P. D. Corsets. Gentlemen will find one of the best stocks of Gents' Furnishings ever offered. Don't buy until you come and see. REPORT OF THE CONDITION THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE. In the Stato of Kentucky, at thoclixc of business May 4, 1804 RESOURCES Loans and discounts f9.75 t7 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured. t i9 l),)oi 00 US. Hands to secure circulation 1,50000 Kurnlturcand Fixtures Due Irom National Hanks.. 177 83 1,500 23 Dne from State Hanks and Hankers 18,316 Sj Due from approved reserve agents Checks and other cash items 9 91 Notes of other Nat. Hanks. 5 930 00 Fractional paper currency, nickels and 16 03 conts Specie 11,30000 1,000 00 Lgal tender notes Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer 561 jo 5 per cent, of circulation Total $155,559 47 HUGHES & TATE. WALL A full : PAPER Alabastine, Var- Well Selected, adds 25 per cent, to the beauty and finish of a home. My stock is sure to please you in LIAIHLITIES. Capital stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided profits...., National Hank notes outstanding Due toother National Hanks. Due to State Hanks and Hankers Individual deposits subject to check...... Total I, $50,000 00 DESIGN, QUALITY AND PRICE. stock of Guaranteed Mastic Mixed Paints, nishes, &c. 9t3o 0 3,053 6S "i5 1,118 71 00 64 4 63 (61 50 47 MVS TrTOim REPAIRING DONE 4IJ5.599 Itefore Spring Cleaning. DEATH'S D01HCS. y, y. ' Dan Sims, nged 25, a good citizen of tho Kingsvillo section, died Sunday of typhoid fover. Ho leaves a wifo nnd one child. Mrs. W. T. Stone died about lo'clock yesterday afternoon of cancer of the brenst from which she hnd suffered for ninn years and for which sho underwent soveral operations. She wns 50 years old and was nn earnest christian womnu, having been n momber of thu Rush Branch church for year. Mrs. Stone was n Miss Trnylor, n Bister of Messrp. Aler, John nnd W. II. Trnylor. Besides her hufibatnl sho leaves four children, nil of whom nre grown. Her remains will bo laid to rest at tho Duddernr burying ground nt o'clock this nftornoon. Beforo his death, Mr. John O. Stagg Sr., made a request of his son, Mr. Aba Stagg, thnt the remains of hia wifo bo 1 Hank, do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. J. W. HOCKEK, Cash.er. J.W. Hocker, Cashier of the above named A. H. PENIT'ST, 3Droggst. Subscribed and day ol May, lM D. S. T. J. II sworn to lielorc me this loth J II. IIOCKKR, N. 1'. L. C. ") Johnson, Rciiinson. IIkuun, ) Directors TRUNKS, ' VALISES, STRAW HATS SUMMER mm tt$ Bi. "jwauVMS' gitfllA--S7 tWS H. Bronaugli, Hrcedcr and shipper of Neckwear H. & -- Underwear .; Thoroughbred Duroc Red Jersey Hogs. Pigs from registtred stock for sale, from the best herds in Ohio and Illinois. Call and examino my herd or address K. 11 Hronaugh, Crab Orchard. AT- J IVlcROBERTS. u i ' J I. ly Semi-Week- Interior Journa AT ifcACr-ilN- d ncn runtn. Published Every Tueaday and Friday i3 PKU YKAK IX ADVANCK not to paid S2.60 it will le charged.- - K. C, LOCAL TIME CARD. Train itirei Rowiand 7:00 a. m., returning JL&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. .... 37 Sho(ontlnislastlpally) It starts out just like old maid, doosn't itr Ho Old maid Is hardly a comparison Ifemomlxir your nnto. Sho (gurpmed) What has sho got to do with ltf He (smilingly) You misunderstand you must put up a chip. And SUe Conclude Tlint It Isn't n lilt Like Old aialil. ITo (nftcr n tlldnctlclmlf hour) Now we v ill start tlio gnnio. Knelt player Is dealt five- cnrtl.4 one at n timeso. Sho Oh, how iilcol He Now, then, I He your auto. .....ti3PB M 5 Pra Slio Wlicrv? - a ti am Ho (tho smllo fading) This chip Is . .936 am ao;pin called tho anto, and I "sco" It by putting South.. .. Th latter trains also carry passengers. up two more. on standard time. Solar Tha above is calculated She (rullerod) How lovclyl (ma it about 10 minutes Taster, He Of couro you know what a pair R Sho (la delight) There nro pairs in old QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. maid too. He Old maid Is hardly a comp mi- Going North traini pus junction Sho (making n discovery) All my cards Inoi' l(liir.r.rat Vestibule starts 6 a. m. tlbule Limited 3.,t$ p. m Local t to p. m. Florida nro of one color. a m Lanmed j:it. Ho (eagerly) It may bo a flush flvo Houth N O. Vestibule ti iS p. m. Florida tt cirds of a suit is a flush. Limited unci in Local ti 33 p. ru. Vestibule arrives S.40 p. m Sho (musing) Have you got tho old Mail train going North South Cxpress train ' South North Local rrelght North Pu iij HIue-Gra- Oft Bakina s. Thcro Is no old maid In poker. Wo will now draw. Sho (Intensely) Tiny draw In old m Ho (sharply) Will you stand patf I mean, do you want any cards? She Can I have all I want? maidf He (calmly) He (faintly) She Ye book. He no (dealing ncr live) There's a new Docs little casino Why, no. Give me all I can have. that Is We are authotiied to announce .According to the law established bv ! .. Dr S F. Scott, ot Illue Ridge, Harrison countv, .... DR. W. B. cougn, tnnmneriain'f mo., tho late Legislature, tho following Couffhlavs, "rorIswhooptnir excellent." lit' using it ireeiy Kamedv consr Is deprived of all weights constitute a bushel: Wheat, CO the diseaseThere no dnnger in dangerous Kerne-u- v giving the is A candidate for Representative In Congress, sub. iuncts pound"; shelled corn, 50; corn la the ear, to babie. as it contuns nothing Injurious. 15c ject to the action ol the Democratic partr of the Office South (;id Main St., In office recently and o cent bottles tor sale bjr Dr. S, G. Mocker, Kighth Congressional Instiiuof Kcnluck). vacated hy Dr. Lee F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky OS; rvi, 50; oats, shelled, S'2; barley, 4"; DruggiM, Stanfo'd. Irish potatoes, 00; castor beans, 55; clox-.salk or, l'rrsont who seed, 00; timothy Bied, 15; llux feeed, rejoice with D sympathiseof with the allllctcd wi( Mavis Vertical Feed Swing Machines K Carr, U15 llarnon utipet, from liiHam- 5G; millet seed, 50; peas, 00; bluegrass Kanta Cltv- lie is an old . kjft ... vkAkt r l .. u aid.M ... Seed, 14; buckwheat, 50; dried apples. 2 1; trHl6iid In thu climate Last winter he went up Are lh bot because 'hey run lighter and can do dried peaches, ISO; onions, 57; bottom on- At Executor or W. M Hlgeins, deed , I will a greater variety of work than any other cing sell at public auction en the premises on 111 macumc loll Sets, CO; enlt, 50; Stone COal. 70 The and eere." he said. '.My joints swelled and T?,Av. .h uVnt ,r,,e.t of mvmothtr-in- . term coal includes anthracite, eannel, 2Ixiy 31, 1894, Lndios of Lincoln County I'ain ltulm to reduce b luminous and other mined coal; beans, law. tiled Chamberlain Are cordially invited to call at the St Asiph ..The Farm of.. the t rllibg and eac the pain, and to my tgrcra-bl- t I SO; turnips, (H); 20; plastering hair, have used ihiee 50c Hotel and examine the machine, at wcUaisam surprise it did both. pies of itt work and belle c it tp be the nmsi thiii;for McMUKRAY IIROS liotllet lime, CO; corn meal, 50; line enlt, ihcumatKm, prims and swellings extant " lor Acros of Land, n tt Stantord, Ky 55; Hungarian grass seed, 50, ground sale by Dr. rf. O Hocker, Dru'ijist, M.mturd. About 73 Acres in cultivation now , the mnainder from Crab Orchard, 8S in grass, aituated 4 mil peas, 21; manar grass seed, 14. tulles from Slxnlotd and mile from Cedar t're-VOU A XL. A ladr at Toelrya, La wastcrrslck with bitMotion, on the L. ft N railroad. Twostory frame ions colic wnen M. C l'liler, a prominent mer house, four r oin. ulsn dining room and kitchen, A drummer who had endeavored in chant of the 10 n. a Iwitle of Chamber- her ,vc, good cistern, smoke nouie, an tie and Diarrhica Remedy lie Colic, every way to giln the smiles of a pretty Iain'sshe was Cholera 40 min lis after taking the porches, house, double cbln in jard, large bain, two corn wvll in stys I the rliir. wnb l.r. .n,l cribs, two buggy houses and a lllacksmith Shop, girl on the train, without success, at last firt dose. For rale by Dr. S G. Mocker, Drug Tuols.Ac. '1 he farm will be ofl red Intwo tracts well am lint back from MILLIVKRV. whirK I will lefotrd slock of gist, Stanford. a whcle. Land notes will bear Interest fell cheapc than ever and at .Mm Laura larboe. a au- give up in dispair. When the train stopIn 6 pcriortilmmer Irom Cincinnati, hatengtged witn d irnm Jan. 1, 1803, six per cent. ped she nodded fur him to come to her In mand I can guarrntee satisfaction in every pat- months; one thrd m it months and A Household Tronsuro. tlcular. Call aad see my goods. in '$ and feeling that he had at last made a D. W Fuller, of Canajohane. N. V., sas that 8 amonths. Good school cahet.mile of house. Alderner cows with .MISSLICCIKHF.AZLEY, King's New Discovery In the a cows and calves. ten strike, he fairly Hew to her side. ''Will he always keeys Dr. Stanford, Ky. liou'c ana ins lamuy wouiu 1101 nr wimoui 1:, 5 cowt without cahet you do tiiH a favor?" sho sweetly said procurable. U. A Djkeman Druggist, Cntsklll, a d ttcer. is Dr. King' New N. Y , sas t male while an enchanting smile wreathed her unloublcJly that but (.ougn reiiiid) Discoveryhas 3 calvetcow. that he tlie uwd it In hi lamily for eight nv,j and It hrfi tows and plgi. lovely face. Certainly he would with . . .. r failed to do all tnat it claimed ler 11. Why thoatt jmalt hog. greatest pleasure. "Theu, please get icictrv a r n.edvso long tried and tested. Trial th not t a work horses. good buggy mare that a lady can little Irre at A. R. I'enny's Drug Store. Regu I ull Hock of Fruit and Ornamental Treet, Orap oil' at this station nnd wait for the next lar sue 30c and ;i 00. drive. inet, Asparagus. Small Fruits, Shrub., and ever-- v young mare in foal by llacklv's saddle horse. train. It makes me tired for you to be on thing usually found in a nursery establishment head of sheep Specimen Casos. e tell direct to the Ranter and have no agents, this one." And the drummer went out S II Chlford, New CaMel, Wis , was troubled If iambs. iS s on implication. Household and kitchen lurniture, firming imand stood on the platform lor he was with Neuralgia and Rheumatism; his stomach plements, such aa shovel and turning plows, hay H. F. HILLF.N.MKVHIt. an alarmwas disordered, his liver wasatfectedlo ' Lexington, Ky. wagon, rake, mowing macMno, verv warm. ing degree, appetite fell awavalld lie was ternSly Hon. jas. u. Mccreary PENNY Dentist. er - luttt-rc- r - 11 I Land, Stock, Crop, &c. Xrw.K 1 Thursday, 234 1 ed , 1 - 1 ce Rospootfuilly Invited. m One-thir- one-thir- d 11 1 year-ol- ... " ,1 1 Orchard, Lawn, Garden. 1 mm 1 latak-guc- 1 She (taking them up) count anything? f Jlhsolutely rowder area O Pure der. Highest of all in leavening Latest United States strength. Government Food Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 Wall Street, Now York. A cream of tarter baking pow- called "going lx'tter." She But awhile ago you said thcro was nothing better than a bluff. Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., He (perspiring) When it Is well played. Sho (with Increased determination) Minertand shippers of the GENUINE Thou I bluff mjiuo others. (Deposits a larger handful than Iwfore.) Ho (groaning) But you sco I know you Try it. We are the sole agents lor Stanford Jand will Iomx ot Depot street and rail Rowland. Office corner Sho (incredulously) Even when I bluff? road crossing. He Yes that is, In thl.s cae. HIGGINS Jt WATTS. 6 Sho (emphatically) I think It is a stupid gamo, now! A. S. Ho (helplessly) You should only bluff Ho Yes. Sho (with determination) There, then, Cartter: "You will not hold court I bluff. (Hots a largo handful.) He (gently) But you must not tell 1110 when you bluff. Your adversary Is not In "Why not?" said the chief justice. tho secret. To nntko this clear I will see "It will be Good Friday." answered your bet and bet you 10 more, which is Mr. Merrick. "Court has never been Sho(dlsapolnted) I might ha vo known it. I never get It when It does. Ho (wearily) I will Let five chips. It is now your Ix't. Sho (with excitement) You say a good bluff answers as well iu good cards? It Is about fifteen years sluco tho District of Columbia courts ceased to consider Good Friday a day. In Chief Justice Carter's coupi at non-judicial Going Far for u Precedent. that tlmo tho old custom was first changed. Said tho lato lion. Klchard T. Merrick to tho lato Chief Justice gut reduced in lies It juu strength. Vl.ri! bottlvs Klecltic Ilittfrs cured bim, Edward Shepherd, Harrisbtirc, lllin standruntime sore 011 his leg uf eignt ing, t ed three bottles of Klectric Hitters and boxes of lluclleu's Arnica Salve and his seven leg is sound and well' John Speaker, Catawha, O., had live large ft'vcr sores on his leg; doctors One bottle ot Electric said he was incurable ric Hitters and one box llucVlen's Arnica Salve cured hun entirely. Sold by A R. l'enny, drugs je.r' corn shelter, o.n rnckaway, t spring wagon, cm. her, wheat fan, straw cutter, plow gear, etc, Also a lot ol bacon, lard, vinegar, corn, hay, straw, etc. Alv a track of knob laud ol ;o acres, well timbered, on Ottcnheim plte near Cox's Gap. sold separate All sums under $10 cash. All overdue Janu arv 1, is..t, with interest from day of sait and secured by personal tecuntv 1 1 1 1 1 1 two-hors- e 1 Two doors above roU-Olhc- Always en hand W (I JIIGGIN,E The Nobicst and Nicest GoodB? Can be had ill the market I'ricet lower than tha lowest Mourning a specially. Call aud tsamine before bin inr lAUV "AVIS DUDDKRAR. Mrt. Kate Duddrrar, Manager Stinlord, Ky COMMF.kCIAL UI.OCK held on Original Jellico Coal. PRICE, "This court will be held," declared the chief justice. "Then," said Mr. Mcrrlclc, "Your honor will bo the first judge who has held court on that day since Pontius Pilate." St Louis Globe-Democr-at that day." The best salve In the world tor cuts, bruiseis sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup tions It positively cures piles, or no pay required. It it guaranteed to give perfect satisfactios l'rice tc cents per boi or money refunded, Kor sale by A. R. I'ennv, Stanford. Kv. Bucziln'sArnlcn Salvo. sdf L MMER, -- AS ASSICNEE OF A. A. WARREN I olfer for Her riunl Answer, her CastorK ft Chlkl. she cried for CVvstorU. When J Whn aoe bit'ajfn; MM, nho clung te CasUriv When she luvl Children, &hr gevethem Catoria. Wlwn IUhr was sick, n-- wo Rave DKAI.ER : IN- - tal privately hit WHOLE STOCK of GROCERIES, Ac , on reasonable tirre and lermt. The ttock hat been cleared of all damaged goods, Fancy Groceries, Do- fHftlP r.jsfijrT? . Office over McRoberta Owslev Buitdlnz. SURGEON DENTIST, Drug Store in the on new Stanford. aaaM tTAHADMESS cA,?!"S'?.S.5;t,P2ni?'e'o Treatment, consistlnz o' Lance. ROTrosiTOPlSscapfnles lioif a of Ointment. A never-fallin- of Ointment for Piles Cure Destined In I'ortillU'. V .R. thoanl.e or Injections carbolic acid, whlck Boy Father, how long havo you been n 1'ern.acent cire. an'd of ea '.tJora resulting In teaching school' nunocetearr. hl terrible BunraS? Father About 25 years, my son. tooxetj to cure nn Wf only pay tot Boy Are schoolteachers always poor, rocelvod. il o box, e for J by otaple &e). Guarnntoeelued byouraifentj. father? Will wo always lw poor? pu CONST 1PATE0N Father You will huvo nothing when I !, v. ... y ;ttvpt. . ... o a vji."'. ',7f?"".y"reiiei t i" " " c am gone except my ?2,000 life Insurance. avjii ltEUUI.ATnRrl fimnn. .fll.t nti.l ..1... ...... ... ui jkju u 11 11 Boy Are you going to make a schootake, et peclall7 itiu udaptod lor children's use. MDojer In tii f lteacher out of me, father? GUiilANTETiJ iirad only bv Father (bitterly) Ko, my boy. I expect g I am suro my cards are poor enough. (Shows them.) He True. Let's throw up our hands. She (throwing down her cards) It isn't a bit like old maid. I thought it was, you said It had tho noo In It, and and (Retires to tho pianoforte in tearful indignation.) Ho (gathering up his kit) Xo wonder solltalro Is so populnr. Chelsea Free Sho bo-cau- ioor cards. IIo had proposed to in an extremely florid nud luxuriant not to say tropical nnd soulful, mauner, and sho had receUed it with laughter aud merrj- - gibes. Naturally, this course of treatment didn't improve his temper. "What do you take me for, anyhow?' he nsked, furiously Indignant Again that provoking laugh. "I don't take you for anything." she replied; "I reject vou utterly. Good evening, sir," aud she, left hlra to his meditations. Detroit Free Press. hr Is In " First-Clas- s Condition Foreign and THE F. and lotated In one of the moit desirable standi In the rlty I ho agency of the daily papers will be tiait.rcireu to purtbatcsr of stsk aml-- t a source r considerable revenue J H PAXTON Assignee RILEY II. HOUSE London, 17 RILEY.jProprlotor. - - - Kentucky. mestic Fruits, Candies, Nuts, Tho Myers House, V W uood Livery attached and every convemcnc.de ..red. Give me a call. I have moved to my new Hoterand am bettti prepared than ever to accommodate the public Tobacco, Cigars. GKEF..V. Prepneter. : Headquarters lor almost anything you want. When you want ajfirst-clas- s Stanford, : : n Kontucky. i.t.st FRANK RILEY. "las. . r ?" Lopci do Vega, among his volumin- Ladies, Your Attention, Please. ous writings, has fivo novels. Tho first is without the letter a, tho second withMy Stock of Millinery out tho letter c, the third without i, the fourth and fifth purposely omitting Is bei g rapidlv opened and it embraces every o and u respectively. thing pretty and stylish. I have engaged Miss I am still running this Hotel and will continue to gi, my guests t alien tion as well as the best the mtrktt aUurdt. meal for 25c, call on him. Special Attontion to the Traveling Public. n neo you warn a fv BTJCGTT TOPS. lulu Mitt, of Cincinnati, to trim for me. S.ie is a lady of much experience and taste and Is sure to An elimination of goods is in give satisfaction. 10 MRS POKIK T COL'Kla. vited. . R ZIMMER. Stanford, Ky. nrstKlass turnout come to my LIVERY STABLE. at the M)crt House Omcc I'rlcft to suit the hard timet, Caller lease oider A. R. PENNY, Ir VOU Stanford, Ky. to do r for you than that. I shall All kinds of Carriage and lluggy Tops, Dathrt JAMES. YEAGER. havo you educated as a baseball pitcher. and Fendcrt Texas Sittings. THOMAS YEAGER. FIRST NATIONAL BANK ARE GOING REPAIRED AND RECOVERED In First-clas- or NORTH..THE..WEST, Proud of It. Withcrby I hear your daughter Is engaged to young Clinker. Bingo Yes, and ho Is a first class business man too. Did you soo the diamond engagement ring ho gavo her? Withcrby Yes. Bingo Well,ho modo her put up enough collateral to cover it. Brooklyn Life. Half mid Half. M" . I YEAGER & YEAGER, s :o-t- n style and at Satisfactory I'ricet. JOHN B. DeNAKDI, Carriage Painter and Trimmer, Stafford Ky. rai, rsso m mn stash, Special Kates to Commercial Men. laiE, ICE. ready to deliver manufactured Ice I am no from theSta nford Factory to customers regularlr Or STANFORD, KY. Capital Stock Surplus 8200,000 2I.30C rt I LOUItVILLC 4 NASJHVUlr. R. R. AR2M& Tr XWCmW J as ci? Jjs CRAB ORGHARD ViOL OI'EN. STANFORD, E.Y. G&r for . It the line for you, at itt Doable Daily Trains Make close connections at For all points. OLLJ wmwiMiLj SEASON OF 1884: ) XkW If you need livery give ut a call Nothing but Grtt'Class turnouts will leave our stable. See ut rites. In our . HARNESS SHOP Uri-di- You will find a good assortment of Hamet, c Havevour repairing done by our nun he understands his business. We have a mechanic in our LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. HAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information enquire of JOF.S. KICK. Agent, Stanford, Ky Or W. A. McQUOWN, Trav. Past, Agent. Junction C ty, Ky Gralj Orel John 11. Cattleman. A. G. LaDha.m t ROYAL Insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&OASTLEMAK MANAGERS, MW-r- - nc SSi position?" J&J&5 To the Public Since its discovery by Daniel lioone nearly a century or more ago the locality rt Crab Orchard -- prings hat been the Mecca of health and pleasure seclcetl With Its healing sitr waters, ojonic atmosphere and home-lik- e rounding, it at once affords to the enervated aud del ihuted a Hope and a "jnitanum. 1 be vicinity aboundt with tcenes to charm the v.lkj for the Painter and inspire tne Poet, Lover, embowered Dries for the weary Howling, llilliardand Dancing Halls for tho light heartea, and Hunting for the rporttmen. Kspe.ial attention is given to the cuisine. Terms moderate From $3 to $ij per week lor further informatiun, apply to UU HOFMANN", Pror 9 Crab Orchard, Ky 1 t, l'. BLACKSMITH SHOP. II ".?," :hine on earth. guarantee first clas work and satisfactory ...,. v,... .u. ??I::VV.- . ... ,..u wv..u(, 'lAumu,! u.i.icai uii.il ' 'a Stock of Goods Just Received. Most every design of Rocking Chairs one could wish for, such as Rattan, Roston, Veranda, Reception, Vienna, Cut Oak and Elm Dinner, NEW and COMPLETE Attention of the public it invited to the fac every morning at the rate of FIFTY CIJNlb PER HUNDRED POUND LOIS and over.and thai this is the only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Hank Act at 75C in smaller lots. depositors are secured not only by the capital F.. illlF.MKK, Stacford. 10 hoc it, out dt tne stockholders' liability lor aa amount equal to the ttock, to that depositari of this Institution arc secured by a fund of $400,000. Five tworn statements of thecondttion of the bank are made each yearto the United States government and ittatseit are examined at stated time At the well. known old stand nl J. II. Or;en, in by government agents, thut tecuring aJdilitoat tnd perfect ttfety to depositors, This institution, originally established at the - Deposit Hank of Stanford in 1I3I, then tied at the National Hank ol Stanford in 1M3 and Hat just received a beautiful line of again re organlredat the first National llank ol in 1SS1, hat uninterBuggies, &c. Suntordettttenceof it had practically an supplied rupted yean. It it Utter now with facilities for transacting business prompt Call and tee hi. stock and get his prices which ly and liberally than ever before in lit loug and II you want a nice set honorable career reljerthaiianytodys Accounts ot corporations, fiduharness, a whip Tor luster ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully toileted Tha Directory ol this llank it composed at Korestus ReiJ, Lincoln county ; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; J. W. llaydon, Stanford; D. S. CAHFEXTTEB,, Hustonvlllo, Kontucky. Surreys, Phaetons, S H. Ilaughman,Lincoln; S. Hocker. Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; M. D, Klmore, Sunfoid; J, "Say, old man, wouldn't youonjoy your Ftnoko better In some moru comfortable "Posftlbly, but you see I promised my wife that I would never smoko Inside tho houo or out of it, and I hate to go back on my word." Life. - Oak, Walnut and Cherry Bedroom Suites, Red Lounges, Couches and Rcautiful line of Large Mirrors, Pictures, J. S. Easier, Sideboards, Mattresses and Springs. In fact you can find most of the T. P. ndl, Stanford. K. L. Tanner, McKinneyT M-J Coininissloncr's Sale Miller. Mi. Vernon Hocker, President; John J, McRobertt, Cathier, A. A. McKinncy, Attistant Cashier. Valuable Mill Property, Commerce Building, Louisville Ageats throughout the South. W. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agont, STANFORD, KY. Aip'inllcltls tin- Lntcvt Pnil. Have you got the new disorder? If you haven't, 'tis in order LINCOLN CIRCLIT COURT. To succumb to It at onco without delay. Farmert Hank and Trust Company of Stanford, It Is culled np)cmllcltl8. Ky., Pltf.. against W M. Dudderar Jamet A. Very dlil'retit from fiistrltla Duddeiar and Ann Dudderar, Deltt. Or tho common trah dieuseii of the day. Notice of Sale. It create n lmpjiy frolic, liy v irtue of n judgment and order ot talo herein Something like a winter colic, at thi October term. ISJ, of this court, the under- That has often Jarred our Inner organs signed Commissioner wijl belc re the court-houte And 73 Acres of Land. Connected with the furniture line in my store. You will find that my prices will revive that once indifferent and sluggish demand for Furniture. Call and see my stock. DMFBTS IP' ieCGXMCUU Farmers Rank&Trnst ok'stanford,:ky., Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - Co W. W. WITHERS, It now fully organiied and ready for butincit with - - $200,000. 20000. TRADER MARK. ERADICATES BLOOD PON SON AND BLOODTAINT. And the otherwise moit healthy. Uavlnt; cot it, then you're nigh to kingdom come. some; Only wrestles with tho wealthy door in the tow n of Stanford, on Monday, June ntli, 1894 c-to-w-it! H 0 entirely cleansed my system of contagious blood poison of tho very worst type. Wm. S. Loom is, Shreveport, La. CrvBRAL bottles of Swift's Specific (S.S.S.) tH I CURES SCROFULA EVEN IN ITS WORST FORMS. HAD scrofula In 184, and cleansed my from it by taking seven svatem entirelv v .; o ..' bottles of S a. a. X oar. nui 11414 any iimi- C.W. Wilcox, toms since. Spartanburg, S. C 1 .t 1 H5H HAS CURED HUNDREDSOF CASES OF SKIN CANCER. Treatise on Iilood and Ekln Diseases mailed Lrac Swift Smcjfic Ca. Atlanu, G. Midway down In your intestine, Its Interstices infestin. Is a little alley, blind and dark aa night Leading oil to simply nowhere. Catching all stray things that go there. As a pocket It Is clearly out of sight It is prone to top and grapple With the seed of grape or apple, 0t a toldlor button swallow ed w Ith your pie. Having ltvloil on them) chattels, Then begin internal battles That are apt to end in mansions In the aky. Onco located, never doubt it, You would never bo without It It's a fad anion; society that's gay. Old heart failure and paresis Have decamped and gone to pieces. And dyspepsia has fallen by the way. Then stund back there, diabetes. For here comes appendicitis With a brood of minor troubles on the wing. So, vermiform, hire's hoping You'll withstand all drastic doping And earn the appellation, "Unctowned King." -- New York World. ty, tell at County court day for Lincoln the higiest and testb dder, the A tract following described property, ol Land in Lincoln county, on the watertof Dix River, containing 73 Acres and bounded at fol. Iowt: North by the lands of John Tiaylor. South and Eastb) thelanCtof Henry Trajrlor and Wett by the landt of C. !. Spoonamore. but for a more metes particular detcription of the landt byreferred and to. boundt, thejudgment of tale berelu it of land includes the valuable Mill This tract Property known as Dudderar't Mill, the dwelling houte and other improv ementt. The other three tractt mentioned in the judgment and directed to be sold will not be WW, lor in of reason u.. in.j and plaintiff hat have heretofore been disposed received .m ii.nini thereof. will be necessary, of The whole, or to much as satisfy the TV Acre Tract will be told at wjillper cent, the in- lth 6 debt of plaintiff lor $333901, and the further terctt 110m j uiy 3. .'"',""",-I nttrett from Ju per iimnf li.OTi.Tt. t8ja, until paid, and its coats h erein expena-pai- d January Ja.8,iubiect to a credit ol 54.4?3.st, notes , incaumto . 11. 1844. proeeeiit of . Holtclaw'i ...i 1 azv an d all costs to be raised to cover platuuti day ofsale.56.toi.J3. months. Bond X nr c.l of six ,u .:. terra, ut n ... "".. with approved personal security wim lorce and ef the mtere.t from day ot tate.bavinif the Com'r. Lien i lu.lment and payable to ' R. C. VAIIKEN, retaineu. Com,r Unco,n Circult Court.l F 17 M 109 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN? sl It metis that th. Queen Crtieent Runt. It IT mlln thtrteit te'.wfvn Clnilanati ami l.etlutuu llnill.s tliurtett Cineinusti U similes shurteit I'ln.innatl tu New (Irleuii; tut inilat ihort.n Ciacluiutl to ChilUuDoji, AtUnu, vr Jset.unrill.. 'lorlJa. SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL. BANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) withthe tame atttttand under tne tame management. By provitiont or itt chaiter, depositors art fully protected aa aie depotltora in National Uanki, its thareholdcrt being held individual Itaole to the extent ol the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereof, in addition 10 the amount invested in such tharet. It mar actaa executor, adminutrator, truttee, Ac, t fully at an individual. To those who entrusted their buiainett to ut while mnaglrjg the Lincoln National Bank ol btanford, we we here tender our many thanks ant) trust they will continue to trantact their bu tineas with ut, offering as a guarantee for prompt itt-tito same, our twenty years' experience is banking and at liberal accommodations at are continent with sound banking. on SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS tetw.ensllof th.stxir. pdnts. Throoth Cirt to VltkiWr tnd 5hr.te-ljr- l. (loir lln. ruaalng throu.h cars t'lnelanatl t Kb.svIII. sal Aih.rllle. .V. C. IMnet lln. to T.iasaaJ X.ileo via N.w Orleans or via Hhr.veiKrt. Ask Meats atuuttmirs to California. From I.onUrille, Mhelbjvill. an I Lawrrne.hunr, dlreet eoan.cUun is msJ. at Leilujtoa With vtsUtiulei Ualaj U all pvlata Svuth. v. c. niKEAnso.v, Gta'l I'att'r Af sat, Cincinnati. O. diksctohs: J.J. Williamt.Mt. Vernon; , .. ,.. QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. 1 lUfe. mmmSBasl f J. F.Cath, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, MUJedgovilU, Ky V. H. Cummins, Pieacherivtlle S. H.'.Slnnkt, President, Dr.y.B. OvrtleyJCathitr, W. M. Biijht.Te'Iar. S. H. Shanks, Stanford ; J. S. Owtley, Stanford; S J. Euibry, Stanford; J. B. Owsley, Stanford; "m tt ' iAviimi-mj- - 4--. Aw.ilfr. 7ii.lr,Siaai-atf- l iiliiiimi .. . . it . ,.; IS ' 1.