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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894052901 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. r. jfc - - " Semi Weekly Interior Journal vol. xxir. CRAB ORCHARD. Tl"' STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. MAY 29. 1894. WILUAMSBURC, WHITLEY COUNTY. NO. 26 J. I'. Carnon'a Jersey cattle aver- aged f 10, beiiiK tlin hist biiIo made nt the sale In Louie vllle. TIiIh speaks wll Mr. Carson's herd. Mr. W. K. Perkins him added a nice llnnof fnriiitnro to 1i!h stool; ol uoodn, which lio eollh clifiip. Mr. Sam Trttiiui Iirb u;aIii opened uphis hntoher b!oi nud wo aro actually Kolnn to havo (roali meat to cat once more. Mien Kettle Ik Kins Ih visiting relatives in PreaeherHvHItf. Mrs. IJryant HohbsnndMis. Perry Whitu hlto are visiliiiK the family of Mr. Jim In Mt. Vernon. Farmers are feeling rather hi no Hbout their crops, hut wo hope with a few warm dnya and Kod plowing their nptrita will revive. Tho ladiea are all Krioviiik: about the gardeim nml llowcra and I inn afraid that hstcad of tho usual boumiet wo gentleman will have to wear u Keoley button or Homo other mibatltuto in our button-hole- s this Summer, nt leant, the prospects all indicate this. Judge Moore received two largo baskets of tobacco plantH thitt week and from this we think the judge intends to lmv. Ktinnuh tobacco on hand to give all Ida friends a "chaw" during his next campaign, but ladiea don't sav a word about gentleman chewing tobacco even if they do aouse tho lulu, habit for tobacco is so much nicer especially when it decorates the mouths and Mien I.ah Steger's select nchoo1 closed Friday. Mrs. Brooks lias had her residence newly painted and since Mr. Will brought MlfH Mollio such u lovely pony and pbiiton I suppose they feel very much dressed up for Summer. Such brothers are at a premium. Dr. Logan and family have taken charge of their Summer houid which they rented from Mra. McAlister and wo sincerely hope the water and climate will restore the doctor's family to perfect health. Mrs. Harney Alexander returns to her homo In New Liberty next Wednesday accompanied by Mies llannsh McFall, who goes to visit her. Miss .Mollio Warren Is visiting her brother, Conductor Warrin at Lebanon Junction. Miss Maud Pet-tand Mr. Will Heatley took in the hop at Livingston Thursday night. They a grand time. Little Joe Newlsnd, operator at tho depot, is visiting relatives at Nashville, Tenii. Mr. 1 Our saw mills got ncvural thousand The city council haa had hitching 1o:h on thu tldH taut wek. posts placed around town for the accomUr. K. S. Mcmh Iihh had a bi modation of tho country folks. pnmmitmt mmlo mi liii olllco. A crowd of Stanford wheelmen were Mrs. Smith and Minn Nettle Smith, Mis1? Jennie West has iereo"n Opposite the Myers House is the place to buv vour ..,. . V The Drug-Stor- e f Jelltco, visi ed Mrs. U .S. Crawford ihi iifeu viniiiiiu ..nm .... .hiuci. iii . i .i.. t lapt week. ..! ....I ... uiyne ir iierniiir thub rruiiui-i- i u tuuuin-villThe yotini: Iiulh'H of the .Johnson Miss Lottie Brown is visiting relHnll vry pleasantly entertained their atives in Garrard. friends lunt Tuesday evening. -- Rev. Lucien 1). .Wei preached on-- , Sch(Jol 3ook G, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, Kev. A. S. Petry, of this place, mid other excellent sermon nt the Presbyte-- . Liquors for Medical Purposes. Mim.Snrnli of Pine Knot, wero rian church Sunday morning. Hcv. J. married at the bride's homo Sunday It. Tercy, the regular pastor, will go to Wo have a hasi bid nine, Indiana to visit relatives and will not rewhich Ih willing to play any of our neighturn for two weeks. Call and sec us. boring teams. What has become of the The democrats hold n meeting at I. Js.7 Saturday afternoon and the Mrs A. J. Curd's horse ran away named delegates to the Nicholasville with the buggy Sunday looming. No convention to nominato a candidate for TO one was in the buggy and no serious Congress. They were instructed to cast damage whs done. Garrard's vote for James B. McCreary. The Institute commencement took There is not a single oilice holder in the e place at the last week. On list of delegates. Wednesday night, the primary departMr. John L. Arnold tells me that lie ment gave an entertainment, which was read the statement in n recent issue of For Your very good anil on Thursday night, Hev. the I. J. in regard to the snow that fell J. 0. Ittist, of Hardstown, delivered an in ISol, and he remembers distinctly Cot-to- i. excellent addresi on tho subject, "Illind-nee,- " that it occurie April 10th of that year. in which he spoke of the great He says tho rensou iie remembers so hurry wo were living in, not taking time well is that he hnd only been married a to see the wonderful things nature was few days and was away from home and presenting to make us great and glorious. his better half and the storm was so se- Iron Clad Hose, Reels, &c, Poultry Netting, Screen Wire and Fly Mins Culver, a former teacher of tiio vere he could not get home nnd bad to Fans. Screen wire doors and windows made to order. Academy, is here attending the com ecay awny over night. It seems this e mencement. 15. S. Crawford is at ought to he good proof as to the dispuon legal business, Prof. 0. M. ted date and especially to the severity of Stevens' baby is very Bick. Mr. Andrew the storm. ljiwson Iihs gone to his sou, Charley, The program for Wednesday is about wjo In sick at Center Point, Texas. completed and is as follows: At 10 o'clock Charles Finley and Walker Mason spoke in the forenoon the band will give an at New .ion and Uyan's grave yard last open air concert, which will be followed by the cycle races. There will be six SaturJay at the preliminary 'decoration exercises. Klder J. K. Terry attended races run on Stanford street and hand the marriage of Ktder It II. Robertson same gold medals will be awarded the Because my friends trade with me, for which I appreciate and thank I don't know a better way and Mif Mattie McGco at Westport last your trade than winners. At 1:30 in the afternoon the them very much. week. Hon. 0. Lester went to Jit. Knights of Pythias ceremonies will be to get Vernon Sunday to attend circuit court. held in the circuit court room, after C3-OOICourt adjourned last Saturday night which the Knights will march to the Christian College Notes. at midnight after doing two weeks of cemetery and decorate the graves of their adv. For you to select from. good hard wor2. Most of the time was At b r. m. the visitdeparted brothers Teachers will remember that the ing K Ps. wnl Oe given a supper at the spent trying civil business nud while four were stent to tho penitentiary, nyrmal opens on June llili conn limine. At 4 o'clocK ttifie will be A supper will probably Uu given at much time was taken up with their betwen thu h game ot bae in Caps, Fans, Ice trials. The grand jury returned 117 in- tho college, after the enieriiunmeut, lor A large crowd A nice line of Dry Goods, Notions, Straw Hats, nnd My prices are tempting. Come this week if you dictments, the largest number reported the benefit of the library. is expected and our citizeus are making Cream Freezers. The school cloces with 111 on roll, extfiixive preparations in several years and In one of those into entertain want shoes an other goods cheap for cash. Mil. 3S nair.es. They the average attendance has been dictments there were Lancaster enjoyed a lit rary treat at thu pressure in money were the parties that participated in the e Friday evening last. N A Woman's Love riot at Hird Kye mines, March Ith, when matters, C. C. tins had a prosperous year. the style the special coach will be provided for than Elliott recited A When n woman loves a man she livis the men were stopped work. awakens Fifteen of them wero tried Saturday, an excursion to High Bridge on Wednes- Chariot Hace In Ben Hnrr. C't'sey Owsfor lutii. From the moment the in the morning until she closes her eyes when 10 wero lined f'JO eHcli. three $o0 day, the day f dlowing the commence- ley gave a brilliant display of oratory in nt night a loving wife's thoughtH are of each and two acquitted. Whitley county ment. The excursion party will consist ids address, "What is Your Life?" while her husband. All day she performs her seems opposed to mob rule and when- of the Bchool and a lew invited guests. Martin D. Hardin, in his matchless produties with the thought of his pleasure ever her juries have gotten a chance at With this the school will close for the duction, "What Next?" completely captivated the large and intelligent audiuppermost in her mind, and his imngein parties that engage in them, thoy pun- present year. Prof. W. 0. Griiistcad, of Danville, ence that assembled to the speeches and Nearly everything she does ish them. The most important ciil her heart. was Klias Moses vs. Proctor Coal paid Christian College u visit on lusc music. The performances of the speakis with the thought of him. if she puts , l ., it auntnty touch io n room sno insuncnve-(i;oior lalse imprisonment In which a Friday. He heard several of the classes ers were highly creditable to their talit , verdict was rendered or about $2,100 for recite and gave some interesting disser- ents and training and the favorable imly wonders what ho will think of tations on subjects connected with the pression created by their efforts will be when he comes home. If she buys an pUintilT. . I., ll... ulmn. thai no trl...o--an., , nlnc.l' The in " class work. He is cretical, but always long nnd favorably remembered. . HIII11U1II HIC Pliura .."i Wiikkkakk TiiKV?-Alcorn asks fair nud just, and pupils are profited by exercises were interspersed with delightbeside her own preference for it is the thought whether he will like it. When the press to give the notice below bis visits. We invite him to come again. ful music by the Lancaster Concert Band We can furnish any grade Bicycle at a price that will which lie sends to the Advocate: "On The examinations aro still in prog- under the skillful leadership of Mr. Jno, she plana the dinner Ida tastes are reO-OOIgarded first. What would ho like best Monday last a distinguished Western ress, the way seeing hard, but nearly all E. Stormes lawyer wrote to me as follows: 'On are coming over safely. It is developed is her constant thought. She dresses her MATRIMONIALMATTERS. February i.V, 1S12, a son was born to that the pupils have been doing good Examine our prices before making order elsewhere. See our Stock. children having in mind a little augges-tioMary and William Johnson in your (Lin- work. We pronounce it an improveMrs. Eli Uidgeway, aged 17, and a or thought which ho may havo dropcoln) county, who-'- name was William ment over any previous year. Each pu- bride of only two mouths committed suiped days, yes, even mouths ago. His II. His mother wm a native of Virginia pil is required to pass a satisfactory ex- cide by taking morphine because she did color becomes her color; his taste her and his father a native of England. In amination on each subject before be is not like to live in the country. taste. And ovon if alio does not person- 1S.J0 William U. Johnson left Kentucky. allowed to pass. of a certain thing she buys Tom Moore, son of the race horse ally approve In l'v'Jl he was in Bonneville, Mo., and The normal school, which opens on man, of Bourbon, stole Miss Tom Thomas it or she does it because, she feels or six years later ho went to Howard coun- June 11th, oilers every advantage to and Hying with her to Cincinnati hnd thinks it will please him Scores and ty, .Mo. In IS 19 lie went west Califor- teachers, who want to prepare them- her bound to him in the holy bonds of I seen wives lay scores of Units have J. M. HUBBARD, A. M President. nia), and has recently died. He left a selves for examination and school work. matrimony. aside their own preferences willingly and of who havo been identiSpring: 23d, 1894. The engagement is nunouueed of Mr. cheerfully because their husbands like number heirs The course includes all branches in the fied. I understand that he left two sissomething else better. His coining homo common school curriculum. Teachers, Atchison A. Bowmnr, of the Versailles Full corps ofComervatary and Normal School teachers, courses iu Literature, Muilc tea I am ters some wlim in Koutucky. desiring to attend and to engage board S in, to Mies Mary Chenault, formerly o An. Excellent boartllnj department Catalogues and circular furnished on application. is to her thu event of tho day, nml it is 1 cogu z.int that he left quite an estate. in the cpllege building, should write to lixington. The date of the wedding is her pleasure to prepare for it in some head, know just how much and where it is.' the principal of Christian College ntouce, June 7th nnd will be celebrated ut the way No matter how tired the This has the true ring about it. I know how ill the body during the day, she and engage rooms. Dally lectures on country home of the bride's father, Dr. tho lawyer wuo wrote tho letter. If tho will be delivered and constant H. 0. Chenault, in Jefferson county. tries to look cheerful when her husband aforesaid Misses Johnson nro u'ivu ornny methods The riuevillo Messenger says that comes home. She feels that she has of intercourse between teacheia on school their heirs and will address Box 0, Mnj. D. E. McDowell, reciever of the Bomothtng to drees for ns his home work will bo encouraged. I'OKHustonville, Lincoln county, Ky., furthapproaches. She likes to lay Missed Huttio Park,'?AUie Surber Coal & Iron Bank nt Middlesboro, took er information will bo cheerfully given." aside the house gown she has worn all and Kate Moore wore pleasantly enter- Miss Lou Bullock, n handsome teacher and don n fresh dres-- for his coming. day, Peter Jackson says ho knows noth- tained week before last by Mrs. J. A. to whom he had been paying court for is a pleasure to her to wear tho gown ing about his light with James Corbelt Gover. Misses Amanda and. Victoria some time, to tho Four Seasons Hotel, It for which, at some time or other, he may being declared oil', and that he may go Bishop made a pleasant visit from Fii. leaving the impression that "lie was gohave exprcsded a preference; or it may to England soon and see about the mat- day till Monday to Miss Lena 'Barnett. ing to marry her, but ho gave her the New styles at lowest prices. Call and see. be in tho dressing of her hair in the way ter. It begins to look ay if Corbett had Misses Kato Moore and Hattie Park wero Blip nnd has not sinco been henrd of. which she knows he likes best; in the rather not fight tho "nigger." entertained by Miss llosa Harper, on last Temperance reformers are trying to in tho Bimplo ribbon of his Misses Shirley Near Lasalle, 111., the striking min- Saturday and Sunday. get the Legislature of Massachusetts to wearing of a thwer ho likes to Bee on ers placed obstructions on tho Illinois Park and Mellie Hopper were with The best inside wall finish; cold water process. Norwegian system, which her, or with which there may bo some Central track and wrecked u freight. Misses Ada nud Carrie Cunningham adopt the forbidding the sale of liquor TAINTS Lead, Oil Colors, Mixed Paint, Carriage Paint, Stains tender association; in a little touch which The fast express wad due, and it is from Saturday until Monday. This is a consists in at retail by individuals and restricting it for cash. tho table; in some favor- thought the wreckers she deftly gives intended to de" quartette of fine atudents and most ex- to corporations organized for the pur- and Varnishes. Closest prices Prescriptions compounded with care from the best dish of his prepared by her own mollsh the passenger train. MEDICINES ite cellent little girls. Miss VanArsdell was pose and under the control of tue govhand; in the inviting manner in which W. B. McRoberts. Give us a call. Austin lirown, colored, was hanged entertained by Miss Lou Moore on last ernment. The corporation is permitted drugs and chemicals. his house coat and slippers aro placed at San Antonio, Tex., Friday for the week. to make only a reasonable profit on its ready for his donning; in the conven- murder of Anderson Harris, colored, The closing exercises of Christian investment, the profits above that point which ho finds his evening ilia last words were "Good-by- e College will be held in the Christian ient spot in everygotug into the public treasury. Ida cigar, and even the lucifers, body" paper, His neck was broken by tn church on Tuesday evening, June 5th. The fiscal court of Fayette has orready for his enjoyment after dinner; in fall. The exercieea of the evening will consist dered that all dogs be assessed at $60 for The Baltimore Sun, the organ of the of a recital, and; some productions of a short, in the thousands little touches males and (150 for females. The assessOn account of the which only occur to a woman who ilnda Maryland Democracy, repudiates the literary character. Prices lower than any one. delight and satisfaction in views expressed by Mr. Gorman in his very rigid and lengthy course of study or will be fined $5 a head for neglecting her greateat taxation and the owner list them for the pleasure which she can give tho man Senate speech and declares that he mis- that Christian College has prescribed, to every dog will be fined $10 for failing She llkea to look her heat for represents his constituency. Miss of she lovea. and the desire of the to give them in. Six miners were killed and 10 Allie Surber and J Mr. Geo. Goode, to take him; Hhe tries to do what she feels he A dispatch from Cripple Greek, would most wish her to do. Nor is tlds wounded in a fight with the deputies a degree, they have very wisely consentis one which is en- near Uniontown, Pa. The miners were ed to another session in 0. 0. This will Col., states that Dr. Ward, a personal See our Spring Stock of an ideal picture. It friend of President Cleveland representacted every day in thousands of homes. preparing to make an assault on the make them thorough and; finely fitted ed that distinguished gentleman in the mines when fired upon. The Ladies' Home Journal. for their chosen profession!. purchase of a large Interest in the CaleSenator Brice haa bet Senator Vest Ai,.wtToolvf. La..wMverTlck with UN S50to40 that the tariff bill will pass is the name of a new donia gold mine at that place. Greene Graves loui colic when M. C. TUlf r,a a prominent In Southern Assam the average rain bottle of Ch.mb.r. the Senate by June 15. doctor who has located at Kensington, rhBltnandUUffbtra Remedy. He Nebraska has the only woman bank Kas., and advertises that he has just rain fall is 025 inches a year. Last year ttking tho minutee fler W. L. Withers, Salesman. fi,,tdo.T rorialbyDr. S.G. Hocker, Uiuj president in the country. been graduated from a medical college. it reached 024. gut, Stanford. Im-for 11 j tlrst-clas- -i I court-hous- bhirt-front- s. Wil-mor- Instructed for Gov McCreary. Tho democrats of Lincoln met in convention hero Saturday afternoon and wero called to order hy Chairman U. It. Gentry, who Hinted tho object of tho meeting mid Alimented tho tioinination of n permanent chairman. JihIku W. K. Varnnn named : 15. Caldwell. Jr., nml Mr. Caldwell was chosen and took the chair, after expressing thanks for the honor. !'. 0. Walton was made secretary. Hon. K. C. Warren moved that "the formality of the appointment of commit tees be dec pa used with, which was adopted, and ho then read the following which wero unanimously passed. Kitfloi.VKi) 1st. That wo approve the call made by the tith Congressional democratic district committee for a convention to meet at Nichohisville on the ftth day of June, LSI) I, to nominate a democratic candidate for Congress in this, the 8th district of Kentucky. !!. That the following democrats be appointed delegates to represent Lincoln county in said convention, viz: V. P. 11 rimes, K. H. Hronaugh.W.G. Welch, W. L. McCarty, S. M. Owens, M. F. North, J. 11. Gilkiuson, S. T. Harris, W. E. Varnon, J. H. Carter, Dr. Greeu Moore, J. S Owsley, Jr , X. Stickler, Ward Moore, Dr. J. G. Carpenter, J. M. Carter, E. II. Caldwell, Jr., A. A. Warren and F. M Ware. 3. Wo point with pride to the record made in Congress by our able and representative, Hon. James II. McCreary, of Madison, and instruct our delegates io said convention to cast the vote of Lincoln county for him as a unite for the democratic nomination for to tho 53rd Congress of the United States from this, the 8th district of Kentucky. The meeting, w sich was a large and adjourned. harmonious E. II l'u.nwhi.t. Jn., Chmn. E. C. w.riN, . leso-lution- j LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. DR S. G. HOOKER, DRUGGIST. ,' -- e. Drugs, School Supplies, DR. S. C. HOCKER, T2io Druggist. i s, The Best Goods for the Least Money, iG0 court-hous- e W. H. HIGGINS, 1 Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Hose, Rubber Hose, elll-cie- nt W. H. HIGGINS. I MEET WITH SUCCESS. to-ge- .I-. t e. TBIIE I BEST DS I us I Nicho-luivillf- n HAVE JUST RECEIVED J. C. FLORENCE. re-po- tt 1.4ii(-is'ir- .. court-hous- non-unio- n Bicycles E case-trie- At (-I.. ml 1 Dr. .M S-AVI- IrTOTJ D ZOZLSTiElrr n W .H. WEAREN & CO. Stanford Female College. Session Tuesday, January McRoberts' Drug Store, -- com-ingho- s WAL L PAPBE o favor-colo- r; WE ARE IN IT. semi-senior- s, Disc Harrows, Geo. W. Brown Cultivators, Corn Planters. Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, and Farming Implements. B. 2. W A AHElXT. i.i-.ri- ir. nllil MmMMMIM SB 1rrf ff -- aicx The city council of El Paso, Texa, has issued an order forbidding a woman to appear on the street wearing a divided .. G II. COOPKR skirt. clerk PAXTON ' Sg.vatok Hill made a long speech to Attorney Tho gold reserve in the National T. D. NKWI.ANO Sheriff put lead oro on thu free list, but ho only Treasury is again down to less than E. t). KKNNKUY Aueuor and the foreign demand for gold other votes than his own .. ..G. W DEUORU B'Curdtwo jailer far it. In the course of his speech be continues. Tho miners in the Co.tl Creek sec A pamphlet JK being circulated by tho ; s sored Gorman for saying that the Sun were united on tho abortion now tion have returned to work, forced to do entitled "What Congress has republicans The Jtdlico Post. Done," which upon examination proves before the body. It does not meet his so by utter destitution. Urn. It. B. Mahonv, of Catt'inge, Views in hardly n particular, but ho will likely follow suit. miners to consist entirely of blank pages. It Of Men's and Hoys' Suits. Our trade on Clothing for the past few immediate action and an amend-moSixteen thousand people at Madrid Tenn., writes us that two member of Imvo hasn't done as much as it ought to Ida havo recently been nominated for weeks has been very laige, but the assortment is so vast, the stock of of the rules to force a vote at once. Sunday watched a furious bull gore to done, that's a fact, but several things that are worthy of all He took occasion also to make another death a popular young matador, and high offices in that Slate, one for su such magnitude .that every line is still complete, so much so you it has accomplished preme judge and the other for chancel of the tariff then called for n fresh victim. ' could pick at randum and not go wrong and certainly not go amiss on ""J"11" whack at the income feature praise. J. tie lorco um, English syndicate has offered lor. Few congregations tho size of that bill. An every ballot" has been stricken behind Elgin watch works, and of which Bro. Maliony is pastor lias as prices. from the statute books and Federal powWk regret to see a disposition, if not a $7,000,000 for tho of tho stock much intelligence and talent in it. The er can no longer be used in State elec- downright attempt on the part of our es- the holders of church lias seven lawyer. The present tions. Tho Sherman silver purchase bill teemed contemporary, the Louisville have agreed to accept the offer. Mo Adjutant General of the State, File, and Two peddlers, one named Peter has been repealed and if the Senate had Times, to saddle all the woes of our body Congressman Benton McMillan, both obstructed the good work of the politic upon President Cleveland. His Ian ami tho other Con Brady, are report Iihvh not their homes in this old hletoric been murdered in the mounHouse, we Bhould now have n tariff law, shoulders are broad and built to carry ed tohavo town. Carthage came in one vote of Valued at Si 4 aud Si 5, Si6 and Si 8 will be sold for So. to Si I. In tains on the E tatum Kentucky border. if not entirely, at least in the direction heavy loads, but ho should not be made Thomas Walker, secretary of tho being tho capital of the State t one fact, we have anything in the way of Men's Clothing from S3 a suit of the promises made by the democratic to "pack" any mora than he deserves to. Co., and for over a quar time. up. Remember our line of convention. Tension reiorm iihb ueeu Like Sam Jones, we "hayn't lost confi Courier-Journinaugurated, whereby fraudulent claim- dence in old Cleveland," and wo dislike ter of a century connected with thu FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. counting room of that paper, is dead, d ants have been dropped from tho lists to see his erstwhile friend turn its John Jones bought of W. I). Kout aged 50. which promises to save the country arrowa against him. Latest news from China brings intel- a lot of fat hogs at Ale in itself is a year. The latter M. S. Baughman bought of W. 1). OwK.vsiiOHO must be a very Sodom and ligence of a freshet along the Han river. Ruflicient to atone for almost any sin of old gelding for f 100. omission, and prove to Gomorrah. A year ago Sam Jones tried Six hundred bodies have been recovered. Snow a commission or Is complete and we can sell them to you cheaper than any House in John Anderson bought of Alex country that the democrats do not to save it. but his eflort seems to have A thousand houses were destroyed by the Stanford. Martin a bunch of fat heifera nt2c. intern! tnat tue treasury hiiuu uc muicu proved a failure, although it was herald- the Hood. L. H. Hudson sold to 1) N. Prewitt Congressman Oatts, just nominated upon the ed ai a great success at the time. Anby those who have no claim 10S lams averaging SI pounds at 5c government for its bounty. With tho other evangelist, of a different stripe, for governor of Alabama, is a one armed inexcusablo doctoring ha.l to be sent for and he succeeded in Confederate Holdier. Tho governor of Record. exception of tho Lnzzarone won the Ittonia Derby, of the tariff bill by the Senate and the c inverting 700 of tne benighted souls of Louisanna lost anjarm and a leg for the with Pearl Song 2d, in 2:51, fetlock deep 13. Fay Mills has just same cause. delay in passing some kind of n bill, town. The Rev. When you make a purchase, for one of the handsome Pictures to be W. I. Bondurant, of Newport, left in mud. thereby keeping the country in n state of closed a meeting there, which awakened The race for tho French 0.tk, worth of Congress is deep interest and set seven churches to this note before committing felo de se. given away. uncertainty, the record "I have had enough of this world, and G7,S50 francs, was won at uhantilly by not blank by a great deal. Let the Sen- holding revivals. go by the morphine route to investigate Baron tie Rothschild's Brisk, a 10 to ate act quickly and wisely, and the demQueen Victoria celebrateit her 75th another. I bid it farewell with bebt starter. ocratic party will be saved a multitude of birthday Friday, and June 20th will have wishes for all." The total crop of wheat rained in fault Gndings. reigned 57 years, longer than it has fallen gales have done much dam- this countty last year amounted to 300, Severe The county conventions instructed for to many potentates to occupy a throne. age on the south coast of England, and 132,000 bushels. It is estimated that ZTZ'., buah-elHon. James B. McCreary, Saturday, the Perhaps tho Prince of Wales doesn't two vessels havo been wrecked off the each inhabitant gels away with convention at Nicholasville will want the old lady to die, but he is get- north coast of France. district In Southern Richmond will have a fair beginning nominate him by acclamation June 5th, ting mighty tired waiting for his turn to France and Northern Spain the ground A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietoi July 21th and continuing four days.! and the people will elect him with the rule over Great Britain and Iudia. is covered with snow. T. D. RANKY.JManagcr. usual unanimity next rsovember. ihe A Baltimore and Ohio Express rati There will be a $X00 premium for sddlo As long as the lamp holds out to burn, prohibitionists, the poprepublicans, the bowlder on the track near Pine stallions, two of $100 each for mares and Pet-ti- t, into a ulists and the what nota may bring on the vilest Binner may return. Tom Grove. Pa., killing the engineer and fire- geldings. the Owensboro nuisance, has joined other horses, but the democratic entry Waltzer, a 10 to 1 shot won tho meshe church. May he go and sin no more. man, fatally wounding an express will show his heels to them from the American stakes worth f t.OOOat Graves senger and wrecking und setting fire to start and at the finish they will bo noNEWSY NOTES. three express cars, which were consum- end Saturday. Gotham, heretofore re garded as the best colt of tho year, and where. It is always the case when After nine attempts a New York ed. Eclipse is in the race. Our model Conthe favorite, dhl not show. CHURCH AFFAIRS. gressman never fails to get what he goes tailor succeeded in shuffling off his morThere will bo no more racing in tal coil. for in earnest, and what is better, ho Louisville this year. The Louisville The Baptist congregation at Glasgow Ad. Erwin, a merchant at Corinne, all he gets. He has done more has decided to build a new and larger Jockey Club has decided not to hold a fall meeting. At the meeting just closed than all the rest of the Kentucky dele- Daviess county, was crushed to death by church. h barrel of coal oil falling on him. gation combined. Moody haB realized $1,250,000 by the the association lost $8,000, owing to the Detective Hickey killed James Par-resale ot his hymn books, of which 20, lack of interest shown by the public. Breckinridge evidently thinks that if SUMMERwho was beating his woman in a bad The wool clip of Madison this year 000,000 have been sold. he is retired the Ashland district and its house in Lotimville, and was acquitted. Georgetown is making big arrange- will be about.50,000 pounds. At first the next representative in Congress will Michael Kuntz, of Kushville, Ind., the Christian Work- price was very low, 12J cents, but it soon 1 ipse into obscurity and be forgotten. cut a frightful gash in his throat nnd ments to entertain reached H cents. For the past three In his speech at LaGrange Saturday he then threw himself under a moving ers Conference June ISth. weeks it has been quoted at 15 cents. Kev. EJgr Gray, chaplain of the ATsaid, "They say Parnell was turned out train. S. Senate during Lincoln's administra- One local dealer has purchased about ot Parliament because of his intrigue 18 incorporated cremation There, are pounds. Pantagraph. Cal., aged SO with a widow. Can anybody tell who societies in America and during the past tion, is dead at Oakland, Thirty-eigBella Meade yearlinus succeeded him?" In other words, if 10 years about 3,000 cremations have years. went up to were sold in New York at an average of Rev John Bell Gibson Willio is retired and either of his oppo- ttken place. Pineville Sunday to hold a protracted 31,351. They wero the get of Iroquolsi elected, neither of whom are mixnents Tho official stenographers estimate also hold a Great Tom, Loyalist, Glenelg, Highland ed np in any BCiudal, nobody will know that since the present session of Con- meeting. Ho says ho will meeting ot Middlesboro during the com- Ciiief and Ben d'Or, and among them and nobody will care for them, while gress began L'O.OOO.OOO words have been were a half brother to the great Clifford, ing month. anybody would give a quarter to see the epoken in debate. Assembly of who sold for 30,500, and a full brother to The Northern General great giascutus.! Breckinridge is greatly The French Government has brought who brought 36,000. own importance and suit for $1,000,000 against the World the Presbyterian church sustained the impressed with his Pace A Tevis shipped the first conCincinnati Presbytery in indispensability, for a fact. Columbian Exposition for damage dpne action of tho finding Rev. Henry Preserved Smith signment of lambs last Friday, consisting to French exhibits. of 233 head. They averaged 75J pounds SOO. Breckinhidge scored a victory in the Robert Plant, of Marlborough, N. Y., guilty of heresy by a vote of method of and time for nominating a has just probated Bishop Duncan will hold the Ken- on tho market. These lambs cost 5 cents :i Receiving Hii the will left by his brought 5 cents. The same firm candidate for Congress in bis district. wife, who died 27 years ago. tucky Conference at Frankfort, Sep. 13. nnd He says he will go to China and bought laBt year for this delivery at 0 The committee met at Frankfort Friday has been too busy to attend to it sooner. Bishop Galloway and decided that a primary election shall to Brazil, Key to Mexico csnts and sold at 7.05. This bunch of The supreme court pronounces the Japan, Wilson lambs brought about 3350 less than last Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. slope. be held Sept. 18. Owens wanted it held Goebel law reducing toll on tho Coving- and Fitzgerald to tho Pacific Aug. 11, but the Breckinridge men had Tho poor little telephone girl, Sadie year. Winchester Democrat. ton bridge unconstitutional, because Several of our farmers recently sold things all their own way. It is the colout of tho PresOhio has taken no action on the ques- Means, who was turned by the time the primary tion. S. C, for their wheat that had been stored in the onel's hope that byterian church at Charleston, elevators since July lost nt 52 cents. They is held that the sentiment against him There is a regularly licensed woman working Sundays, has been restored to paid cents a bushel per month will have worn oil and that he will physician in Hopkins county. Her fellowship by action of the General As- and one pound off tho bushel for storage, triumph over his enemies. Owens and name is Brown, she is unmarried, lives sembly. and a little figuring will show that after Settle announce that they will make a at Dawson and is doing an excellent bus The Danville District Sunday-Schoall charges were paid they got about 40 from the jump and mince iness. red hot fight and Church Conference will be held at 20 and 21. The cents per bushel net. A lot of no words in dealing with their smoothIn a battle between deputies and Somerset June 18, 19, ATcattle sold at 3c. Harrodsburg Demtongued adversary. miners at Victoria, Col., two deputies territory of this district comprises the ocrat. pastorates of .Danville, Somerset, A week ago the whole (ace of nature were killed and six taken prisoners, Nicholasville, Richmond, while four miners were killed and five h hereabouts was covered with a Lancaster, Junction City, taken. except for some maBhed snow. "While the lamp holds out to burn Stanford, Salvisa, Perryvilie, Mackville down wheat and yellow corn, one would Hrown's Cultivators and all Farm Implements at prices to suit the country pastorates adjacent. never know that Boreas ever blew his the vilest sinner may return," just as and other Saratoga, on the 25th, the AmerAt hard times. chilling blasts on the beautiful blue-gra- Col. Breckinridge claims. But not to Congress, colonel, not to Congress! N. ican Baptist Publication Society began region, now in the bight of its verForty-nin- e new its 17th anniversary. nal beauty. It is a veritable garden of Y. World. A floating bottle, picked up in the publications have been issued during tho Eden and in real truth, God's own counOf these 737,000 copies have been try. It is a Bight fit for the gods them- Skagit river, brings a tale of woe from a year. -, printed. The entiro number of bookH, selves and there could not breathe a soul St. Paul man. It contained a note saying he wa3 snowbound in 25 feet of snow pamphlets, periodicals and tracts, new bo shriveled, who beholding it as his and old, printed during tho year is moro home, would not rapturously oxclaim, and starving. There are four Senators whose terms than 35,700,000, an increase over the "This is my own my native land." extend into the 20th century. Tkey number issued the past year of moro total iaaues einco the The city council at El Paso, Texas, are Messrs. Lindsay, of Kentucky; Gear than 300,000. The Bociety are over 500 of the has decreed that women shall not appear of Iowa; Martin, of Virginia, and Caffery, organization and 00,000,000 copies of bookB, pamphlets, on the streets wearing the divided skirt, of Louisiana. The House reversed the action of periodicals and tracts. as it regards tire practice immoral and At the adjourned meeting of indecent. In other words the women the committee "of the whole un the ques Presbytery at Richmond Friday shall not wear the breeches in public, if tion of striking out the appropriation cnurcn they do in private with their husbands. for the civil service commission and pass- the action of tho PreBUyterian calling Rev. S. M. Logan to its ed tho bill 1C8 to 80. here in Mr. Logan will A bald eagle carried off n bottle of The examiner finds that the First pastorate was approved Evcry&thinglyou can think of in the Fine Chinaware line. Call hair restorer from Perry ville, Pu. The National Bank, of Sedalia, Mo., is so bo installed aa pastor next Sabbath at and J. V. Logan, examine and get prices. maker of the brand is already trying to badly wrecked that resumption is out of 7i30 p. m. Hia father, Dr. secure a testimonial from the king of the question. It has been ascertained will preside, preaoh the sermon and birds that capillary substance is begin- that Cashier Thompson, who has ab- propound the constitutional questions; FOR CLOTHES. ning to vegitate on the summit of hia sconded, lost hundreds of thousands of Dr. E. M. Green, of Danville, will delivTHE PROOTIR k OAMOLS CO, CINTI dollars gambling in grain in Chicago. cranium. er the charge to the pastor and Rev. A. Stanford, Ky. . $S0,-000,00- Mr. Wattkrson is back in the rnal oflice ami yesterday tinlim-berehimself in double leads at the May 21), 1894 president, whom ho holds responsible Stanford, Kv., for tho broken pledges of tariff reform. Has tho president, hu asks, the euprome courage to retire the adminietrntion from W. P. WALTON. all responsibility and concern as to tho measure before the Senate, Bending a message to Congress, denouncing the whole proceeding, calling tho democratic masem to his side, and having tu'e effect to stampede and adjourn tho entire rotten Hump concern ? Nothing he DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. thinks could be lost by mich it proceedFor County Judge. ..JAS. WALKER GIVKNS ing, while there, is nil to gain. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal -- Courier-Jou- d OR 8 PAGES. BVBBY FRIDAY. In a drunken frenzy B'g Jim Howard shot and killed his wife and baby in Bell county. Mrs. Uilv Yates, of Springfield, O., aged 18, has.UB given birth to her 25th child. Her husband is 01. In an answer filed in the Federal court the L. & N. practically nckuowl edges ownership of tho CO & S. W. Kev. E. H. Gray, who was chaplain of the I. S Senate, when Lincoln was assassinated, died ut Situ Francisco, aged SO. 0, W. Crawford, of Paiut Lick, tho charge to thu people. Statistics of the United Presbyte rian church in North America were read, showing 115,272 members, S'M churches, lit Sabbath schools, '70 synods and Presbyteries nnd 7,:i0fl ministers and elders. The General Assembly is in session at Albany, Oregon. Ttieru is a blind man attending the Baptist Theological Seminary who is truly it prodigy. HiHiiame.is Grant S. Hans, and he hails from the Iloesier State. He never could see at any time in his life, yet lie stands at the head of all his classes and is both tho wonder of his teachers and cliifsmntea. At a recent examination lie received n perfect mark in every hr.tucti tf study. Before preaching he has the hymna and chapters rend to him, which he recites in the pulpit just as if he wore reading from the Hiblo or VALUES Arc what the people are seeking. Hundreds of choice values this week in the leading lines of superior staples and fancy Dress Goods. Quality and price as we combine make every item in our stock a value. We are not excelled in value given. Let every one come and see our offer to value seekers this week. (MEAT SALE nt three-fourt- hs al poit-oue- $G0,-000,0- 00 SHOES t CALL FOR A TICKET : 1 LOUISVILLE STORE, 1 s. STAFFORD, 1 -- -- es t, l TRUNKS, VALISES. STRAW HATS Neckwear & Underwear --- 35,-00- 0 ht H. J. McROBERTS. '(ElS mtautfH2&taMk SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, one-hal- HE STUDEEAKER -- WAGONS ol two-year-ol- Ilar-rodsbur- g, Law-rencebur- g, six-inc- To-da- y, IVORY REDUCED PRICES. J. K. VANARSDALE, ss 50AP GLASSWARE QUEENS WARE, t)tr Tran-Bylvan- ia CHAMBER SETS, DINNER SETS, &c. '; FARRIS & HARDIN. HI Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal May 20, 1891 See Panics' now cut rIms. SriiiN'n chickens are ncarco $3 at 12.50 to LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. Stanford, Ky., E. C. Walton, business Manager MEANS BUSINESS. sup-pllt'- Buy your pchool books nntl school ol all klmla at A. It. renny'B. Watchkh, clockH and jewelry ropniri'd nnil warranted. Knravlnv: a Hpocialty, at A. It. renny'B. Tiik Indent Htock of I)rii, Mfdicinea, Perfumery, l'nintH ami Wall I'm per at A. II. ty. rcnny'a. IVncriptionr a apvcinl- - PERSONAL POINTS. Mil. liRHAiii) Ok.stky went to Cincin- nati Saturday. 'Stjt'Ntx I'kvton lini ri'turned from a sisters in IouiBvllht. Mtsd Mattik I'aNnin Ima returned from a mouth's Htay in Louisville. Ma. I.. M. I.A8I.KY went over to Wll-moIiIh visit to ro to attend the holiness meeting. Win. ICmiihy went to Lexington yesterday to attend the commencements. Ma. 1'itiL Souks spent several days witli tlie family of Col. V. II. Dudderar. Miusiih. II. It. Hock Kit and w. J. Montgomery, of Danville, wore over on their wheels Friday. MlM DOI.UK McliOllKKTfl WO tit OVtT tO Lexington to attend the Hamilton College commencement. Jamih II. Xi'MNki.i.ky, the paddlo antl harness driimmer, Hpent several daja With IiIh parenthhere. Mips Molmk Jahiiok, a hnmlsome yo.WK lady of Lebanon, is viaitiuc her aider, Miss Ijuim Jarboe. Da. V, M. Dooitus and wife and little of Crab Orchard, paid ollicen call Saturday. thin Miui. K.T. I'kmk, Mrc A. M. Ponce nail Mita Mary Matheny attended tl.o commencement at Wilmore. Mits. Da. Kit. M. Ivstiw pawed through to McKlnnoy .'"alurday from a visit to her relatives at Crab Orchard. n Miu. Sam Saltkh, who ban been her neice, Mrs. M. F. Klkin, return-u- J Saturday. to her homo at Mjw. G. 0. Ki'LLKK started to Washington yesterday to sen lier huaband, who is in the government printing olllco gnml-rimihU'- r, vini-tiMt.-Bk- Col. Joe Fry is the proud and happy 9 Ouk new goods have arrived. Corao father of a now baby, girl. Wantkij to exclintiKo beef for country and Itov. Mahan, of tho Methodist hco them, even if you don't want to shouldfiD. M. F. KIkln. churchbaptized three converts in J. T. buy. Dan kg, the Jeweler. Brown's pond Sunday. You will llnd tlm best Block nntl low- o 1'knok is the name of a new Louis Ithineman and Bertha Hauser est prices at A. It. Penny's. in Casey county and Jonathan Sweeney were married at the Swiss church, by I'.uci; board and skeleton wngon for has been appointed postmaster. Itev. Denny, Sunday. Tho ceremony sale. John II. Pennrdi, Stanford, Juihiino from tho talk nearly every, was performed iii German language. there were 71 indictments returned Typkwiutkk for sale; ood as new; body in Stanford will go either to Dan this court, of this number 19 were for ville or Lancaster decoration day, 30th. HemiiiKlon patent. W. P. Walton. concealed weapons and 1 for felling liqIt is a legal holiday. uor. Indictments for murder were made Tiik Somerset Reporter hhvh that J. M. Thk Mnuaatera played tlm Stanfords agaitiHt Alex and Sim Tuttle, for killing Kichardson bought live shares of stock in the First National Hank of that placu on llio water works grounds hero yester- young Williams Pate Whitley, for killday, but the game had not ended when ing u colored woman a few years ago, atlG0. this was written. Win. Stott, for killing John Collins at Ukmkmiikh that six per cent, will bo Lily; Hobert Jackson, for killing Ed. Tin: weather has huen more favorable added to your taxes after June 1st. I report, though a North wind Chesnut; Kb. Moran, Sam Warnack and will be nhi to receipt ynu for your taxen eiuce Inst C. Godsey, were indicted for manslaugheither in full or in part before that date. blew yeeterdny and it wns just such a ter. This was for shooting ho negro, day as comes in October. "Fair, slightly 0. J. Nowliunl. John Ely, who was trvmg to make his warmer Tuesday,' is the promise now. escape while under arrest. Win. Hark- Tiik city council Ii;ih taxed cigarettes out of Somerset, at least their sale, if at to leroads, Jr., was indicted for manslaugh Tiik republicans have been called all, is not public. A license of $100 n meet here at 12:30, Juno 1th, to name ter lor snooting uoo Ui'ep, about a year year to Bell them is required of mer- delegates to the Nicholnsville convention ago. Sam liroughton, of near Hazel Patch, was indicted for incest. Tho only chants, but nobody pays it. which meets June 7th to nominate a can murder that has been tried this court was didato for Congress, aud transact such against 0 Mu. K. W. Smith tells us that tho Pate Whitley and he waBsent up worth of five per cent, boeds of tho other business as may bo brought before for 10 years. This is the only conviction. Danville water works sold last Salur them. Several visiting attorneys are present. doy at a premium of per cent. A Lid Giikkn's little Shetland pony has a Tho results of tlie primaries so ur Kanens City firm bought them. mare colt as white as snow with the exheld in the Second Arkansas district are of its tail, Tiik I'hiloikian Society of Union Col- ception of its head and the tip favorable to Congressman Clifton It. which are red. It created almost as lege, Hnrbourville, debated the question Breckinridge, aud it is thought his Friday night whether or not tho inter- much interest as a circiiB, when it was chances of securing the democratic nomests of the Ashland district would he led through town yesterday. ination are excellent, though the opposi9 promoted by the return of Col. BreckinNotwithstanding these hard times, tion is strong. ridge to Congress, and it was decided in thoBCUi'ity of money and the general Tho town of Eist Atchison, Mo., is his favor. This ought to settle it. that prevail thu country over, in danger of bein, washed awav by a low prn 1 cents per Hood in tho Missouri river. Two hunCi'MiiKiiLAND Falls will open June the coil dealers arc getting biishM for their coal right along. This dred feet of laud at the north end of 15th with Mr. I'M. F. O ens us proprietown have been cut away, and tho resitor, and his mother, Mrs. Nannie W, ih a cut or two higher than it was in dents and merchants are moving out rapOwens, in charge of tho culinary depart- the (Had of winter. The miner's strike idly. ment in which she is decidedly expert. has to cover a multitude of sins. Watch Dankfi' window tlilfl week. per dozen. m CUT will post-oilic- Water Mottles, Olive Dishes, Salad Howls, etc., in new and elegant designs. W c have also a fine selection of imported : GLASS ! The prices wc know 2 After Dinner Cup and Saucers Wc want you to call and see these goods. please you. 1 DANKS', : The : Jeweler. YOU : CAINf Any One Can, ;70,-00- 1 Buy goods of us as cheap as same goods are sold anywhere in Kentucky. No better stook of Wash Goods to be found. Our prices range from 5c up. All of our choice Woolen Dress Goods are now to be closed out before July 1st. At that time we must begin to buy for the fall trade and these must go. Our Black Dress Goods are always up to a high standard in m Style, Quality and Price. Don't buy until you examine our stock. Our Summer Weight Cas-Osimere Clothing is now to be sold; we will not carry them over. customers wc know will buy when they have the prices. You can buy a Clay Worsted Suit, Shirt, Shoci, Hat, Tie. Socks, Suspenders ami Drawers from us for $12.50. Come and see for yourself. A lady can buy a Spriag Jacket or Wrap for one-hal- f its value. A good pair of Kid Gloves lor 50c, in large sizes. All our Gloves, Hosiery, Corsets, Laces, Trimmings, Parasolls, Umbrellas, &c, are down to sell. If you buy from us Sio's worth of goods for cash you get one of the finest crayon pictures of yourself ever made. Come and examine the work. Don't delay but come now. ur m 1 8 Sakah Uow.man, of Harrods-hurj- r, and Mary and Fannie Adams, of Hustonville, are piests of Mrs. Kd. F Owene. Misses JoflKi'iitNK Foil KMT, Sue Virginia JackBon and Inez went to Crab Orchard Spring Mill-hotiK- Ab-prnat- hy yecterday. Mb. William Conn pnrsed through to bin home in Garrard Sunday, returning from an extended tour of tho Wont and South. Mxrhks. G. I I'kn.vv, G.T. Mcitoberta Frank Jones, J. T. and Sam Kmbry, Jr ' will take part in the bicycle races nt I.an. caster, Wednesday. Miss Kllkn Hai.lou will teach n limit-- o number of pupils during the nummer and will award a medal at the close of tho term. Somerset papers. Mr. F.J. Dckfy, of Centre Collect', is an applicant for the priucipalship of the academy here nnd comes highly rtcotn mended. Mr. V. II. Holmes brought him an from Danville Saturday aud in troduced him to tho trustees. 1 i CITY AND VICINITY. Smoke Dix cigars. W. II. Mcltob- - erts. A. It. Pkn.ny'u Is the place to buy jew . Skk the now iowulry and watches at Penny's. He can't be undersold. Urst-cliiss hair cut, shave Ik you wantii or shampoo and hair singe, po to Look tfc Farmer. Hkkhiokbatoks, ico boxes aud tho best ico cream freezers on tho market. k Hocker. m Mc-Kinn- ey ' cups in ttio newest designs are now Danks, the Joweler. m Klkoant imported after dinner cofleo aged as at first reported. Tho sun is bringing it to a perpendicular again. The wheat is not nearly as badly dam- All our grocery merchants have sin. ed a paper to closo decoration day, 30th. Ltnc8ter will bo tho objectivo point oi many from bore. Found. An overcoaton Danville pike, beyond Joseph Hallou'a. Finder can get by paying reward and 50 cents for this notice. Anderson Hailoy. mm Groceries, Glass, Tin nn.l Queensware of A. A. Wnrren the samo will bo sold at coat. Bargains for you. J. K. Paxton, assignee r Attend the sale of the farm, Btock, houBohold goods, At Coit. To closo out tho stock of &c, of W. M. UlgRiiis, lnroaod. next Thursday, 31st. Sale will comtnenco at 0:30 o'clock. J. P. Chan dler, auctioneer. Wk have been, asked to inquire by whose authority is stock permitted to run upon tho public school grounds? Two of the trustees disclaim having granted such right. ITT Some miserable thief stole tho tongue out of Yeager A Yeager's sample Deering Binder that was placed on exhibition on TllO li Dlrnnt in frnnt of their Stable. for a few owners of the machinejsay that I dollars the rascal can briug the tongue in and pull the binder home with him. The rates will be low and Mr. Owens .NEW AllVEKTlaEMKXra. Tub declamatory contest with entries will offer superior attractions. Hound from ten schools will be held at Win Mrs. Oaciis will go thither this week. cheater next Friday night. James M Hecord says that the Itncaster Satitley will represent the public school Tiik la a candidate lor Jutticcol the Peace in the Ice, Light and Water Company Iihs clos here with "Sparticus to the Gladiators," precinct, tuject to the action ol tno ed a contract with Mr. Kay, of Provi- Sam F. McGuire, Jr., tho Danville school. democratic party. dence, It. I , to bore an artesian well, Gov. Brown will be one of tho judges which he guarantees will give an inex and he will deliver the prizes. Mrs. M. L. B. ADAMS, haustible supply of good and pure water C.Sanlley. Mrs. G. L. Penny, Prof. W. S. la a candidate for Justice of the Peace in thu prectuct; utjcct to the action of the dew of not than J 00,000 gallons per day. liurcli aud others will go from here. icratlc prty. He is to begin the work within 30 dayp and if ho does not succeed it will not cobt Drioiit FkuiUU. brought n written sale Turnpike Election. the company a cent. If he does, then bill with him from the distillery he is The tocMioldrrioCthe Slamord Ottenhcim watching near Eubauks that is quite a Turnpike are he is to receive $1,000. requeued to meet at W. H. Miller' curiosity. The advertiser, who is evi- otlicein btanforu at 1". M. Saturday, June a, '94, Wiiilk riding around his farm the dently binding proposes to sell his "corn for the purpose ol electing pretidcul and bo.iU year other day, Mr. M. N. DePauw'a horse crap privately to tho highest bidder and d.rcctort tor the cujoitgI'.'J t'CKEK, President. V. leg under fell with him, catching his left my household furniture. My reason for him. The animal was unable to get up selling is my wife has left me and I am ! as he had fallen in a little ravine and going away. Provided she comes back At. our Krult Farina and Nurseries one milo West there Mr. DePauw was with weight of I will not sell. Win. Trusty." of KingiyiUe, Lincoln county. We have as fine a the horse on his leg and out of the sight 9 stock ol Fruit Trees as any man ever handled, ready lor transplanting nto orchard and garden a living soul. An ell'ort and hearing of In telling this remarknble story of Am- this l'all. Orchards of Apples and Peaches will on the part of the horse to get up would azonian powers, tho Somerset Paragon be assorted to sulc customers at $10 per hundred. The trees aic nice, the varieties the best. Everyhave mashed the unfortunate gentle- also refutes tho prevailing idea, that a thing needed to make home attractive and tne man's limb, but fortunately he did not. woman never hits what she throws at. children happy will be found here. For circulars address J. A. McKEE & CO., He yelled and yelled, hut no response A young woman in this county threw 4 Kingsvilie. Ky. came. Finally one of his farm hands a stone at a large steer one day last week happened by and got him out of tho ter- with bo much force that it struck the rible predicament. Mr. 1). says he was steer nnd killed it. Another young lady down for 30 minutes, hut it seemed like in the same neighborhood also broke the Full stock of Fruit an J Ornamental Trees, Grape a lifu lime. His leg was badly mashed. leu of n valuable maro with n stone Vines, Asparagus, Small Fruits, Shrub, and which she threw nt the maro, from tbe utually found In a nursery establishment. We sell direct to the planter and have no agents. Cinci'iT Coear will begin here next ellects of which she died. Catalogues on application. Monday with -- SI cases on tlie docket, H. F. HILLENMEYEU, Lexington, Ky Warrants were sworn out yesterday 5 which Mr. James P. Bailey, cleric, tells and placed in the hands of Constable Commonus are divided as follows: wealth S.I, of which three are foi mur- Benedict for Bird Matheny nnd Syllus der, Odie Paul for killing Ike Helm, A. Johnson, charging them with disorderly All kinds Xeals Creek church Sunday and Fendersof Carriage and Hug; y Topi, Dashes C. Dunn for killing ltrowti and Jim conduct at night and tiring pistols on the public Hanks for killing Jim Middleton; 111 old REPAIRED AND RECOVERED ol I ordinary, IS iquity highway. Tho shots were behind tho equity cases, buggy of Mrs. John Martin, who was In s styta and at Satisfactory Prices. appearances aud Uoordinaryappoarances. frightened into a swoon from which she JOHN H. DeXARDI, There are two now Milts for divorce, Carriage Painter and Trimmer, for ttiree hours. The Slauford, Ky. Mrs. Harris Hamilton vs. Isaac Hamil- tlid not recover t already mentioned in thesttcolums, neighbors say lie young man havo acted ton, AS ASSIGNEE OF and Miss Laura Gooch agaiust F. S. badly on several occasions, but it has Mrs been overlooked uutil now, when it got Good), better known as "Dutch." Gooch charges drunkenness and general beyond forbearance. neglect. I offer for sale privately his Qum: a crowd from here attended the feast of reason and the How of music at Andkiiso.v Cahh'h picnic Saturday in WHOLE STOOK of GROCERIES, Yellow Itose woods waa a grand succees. Lancaster triday evening and were well &c , on reasonable time and terms. The stock has chamThe colored people were hero from sev- repaid. Mr. Nathan Elliott, the Char-ri- been cleared ol all damaged goods, Hen Hur'a eral of the adjoining counties and all pion deciaimer, recited Condition Itace, very creditably, while Casey Is in a glorious time. The seemed to have of the moit deiirable stands in located in Danville bras band and orchestra dis- M. Owsley and Martin D. Hardin, ad Jed and city The on agency cl the daily papers will be won the transferred to purchasesr of stock and s a source coursed the "sweetest of music" for tho to their reputation as orators and of comiderable revenue. J. II. PAXTON occasion, there was plenty to eat, if the much applause by repeating their prize Assignee. it Band colored brother had the money to pay speoches. The Lancaster Concert for it, nnd the dancing pavillion was gave a number of well played selections, crowed all day long. Manager Carr sold closing with Home, Sweet Home in Noel introabout tl50 tickets and made some money sweetest strains. Mr. Lucien duced the speakers and his reference to A out of his enterprise.. The game of ball govin the afternoon between the nine here Mr. Hardin as the bod of the next Notice applaud- JOHN S HAYS' HEIKS, PHfs, "I Against ol and the Danville team resulted in a vic- ernor of Kentucky was loudly S, HAYS' HEIRS., Defts. Sate. JOHN tory for tho visitors by a score of 17 to ed. Pursuant to a judgment and order ol sale hero11. Tho best of order was preserved and Oallkd Down. A loud mouthed in at the February term, 1894, ot this court, the not a single arrest was made during the drummer from Indiana was inyeigbing underiigned Commissioner will, on entire day. against Breckinridge in particular and Monday, Nth, 1894, Shot. In a diflicnlty at Junction City Kentuckians in general at the table The first day ol the June term of the Lincoln door a few evenings ago, Isaac Shelby, Jr., and of the Commercial Hotel, in Harrods-burg- , County Court, before the at public outcry In the tov, n of Staniord, Ky., sell to the F. Moore and broke Bays a Cincinnati Knquirer dis highest and best bidder the lollowing described G. S. Shelby shot J. A valuab e Farm in Lincoln property, y patch, when Judge Mike Sauflev, after county, containing by a recent survey mad uu his loft arm. Tho men have been at ever since the trial of Ike Shelby Btanding it as long as ho could, got up tier tneo.der of this court, for the killing of Liuginfeit, Mr. Moore and walking over to where the fellow 254 Acres and 1 Rood of Land, having assisted in the prosecution, as sat, told him he had said enough and Lying about i miles from the town of Stanford, the dead man was an employe of his. At that he would not hear another word Ky., oc the .Stanford & Hustonvllle turnpike road, North West by the time of tho shooting the Shelbys from him on the Bubject. Seeing deter- and bounded W. W.andHays and the lands of Keld, Allie G. Farrls; by the lands ol Wm Deck were sitting out in front of a store when mination In the judge's eye to enforce South and and others and East by the lands of Adam Pence Moore accosted them with an insulting bis words, the drummer quietly went and Samuel llaughman, but lor a mors particular ot said Farm by remark and is Bald to have drawn a pis into his hole and drew it in after him, description survey, by which It metes and bounds, the recent will be conveyed to worst crestfallen individual who had the purchaser, is referred to. This Farm lies well tol. In tho Bhooting that followed ho the for cultivation and la well watered, lias upon it was struck in tho arm, breaking it as ever mado an kbs of himself. log bouse of 6 or S rooms, una d der which there is a dry cellar at all times. For stated. He was taken homo and Dr. Geo. stock purposes tro good ponds, a largo and The Cincinnati Enquirer devotes a barn. A productive Farm and pleasant Hunn was called to perform tho Burgical km column to a sensational divorce suit to inThe ui iib iiciKuuuiiiuuu environments. operation necessary. Marshal Frank ElFarm will be sold ai a whole for the nur. W. pose ot division of the proceeds ol sale amongst lis arrested tho Shelbys, who gave bond he tried this week at Pine ville Fred Malcom vs. Kate Malcom. The woman mc neii u. jwm 7. ija,uctu. to appear at their examining trial set for Terms of Sale: claims she already has a divorce. Judge equal installments. Credit of 6 and u months, m 10 o'clock yesterday. Ilond with approved personal represent her. security, uciiiiico per cent interest iromdayul A dispatch from Junction City yes- Alcorn and others sale, having the force and effect ot a iudguient and The Btriking minora at Cripple Creek, payable to the Commissioner, and for further seterday afternoon says that thu trial wns Col., blew up a shaft house and killed 11 curity, lion retained on tne larm. postponed on account of the inability of R. C. WARltEN, Master Commissioner Lincoln Circuit Court. men who had gone to work. the wounded man to attend. Hut-tuiivll- ie e I HUGHES & TATE. A-- Mind What You Do! from the You are cutting your own home comforts short if you fail to buy Fruit Trees For Sale New : one-fourt- Furniture : House. h m m Orchard, Lawn, Garden. ever-thin- more goods, because I sell strictly for cash. You can buy Competitors will never know where to begin to meet my prices. Every branch is novel, new and complete. Why should you buy on time or pay cost elsewhere, while you can borrow money at 6, 7, 8, 10, 15, 20 or 25 per cent, and furnish your house for less than what has been considered the price of manufacture ? Get on the train and come to Stanford and you will readily see that my prices pay freight to any point in Kentucky. I want your patronage. I am in business to sell goods and never hesitate to price them and shall never allow competition prices to be quoted to me. Respectfully, t; W. W. WITHERS. BTJGGY TOPS. OPEN YODR EYES Read the following prices and profit thereby, pie want and not Prices are what peo- 1 1 First-clas- 10-- m A. A. "WARREN CHIN jjc : MUSIC. I2c Bring your cash with you, as these prices arc for cash only. All competitors will say we are foolish for selling new and seasonable goods at such prices, but we want the goods to move and know ot First Class These Priees Will Do It. Zephyr Gingham 10c ioc Ginghams 18c 20c Zephyr Ginghams 15c 25c Zephyr Ginghams All wool Serge and Henrietta, black and colors, at 37jc, sold everywhere at 50c. All wool Novelty Goods at 37c, usual price 50c. Worst Challies, dark grounds, 19c. All Novelty Dress Patterns less than cost to import. Commissioner's Sal Valuable Farm. If you need a Black Dress you should see our stock and prices. We want you to compare these prices with those made by other houees and judge for yourself. June 2d. pay elsewhere. June IThis sale court-hous- e will commence Monday, May 28, and close Saturday, less than you Come next week and get a dress at about to-w- lt: em-nit- SEVERANCE & SON. For-rst- South-We- WALL A full ! st PAPER Alabastine, V Well Selected, adds 25 per cent, to the beauty and finish of a home. My stock is sure to please you in weathor-borde- us DESIGN, QUALITY AND PRICE. stock cf Guaranteed Mastic Mixed Paints, Var- nishes, &c. HA1TS VOTJR REPAIRING A. K. FX2TXT7, BOftTO, . Before Spring Cleaning. Drug-ffist- . ' 55 4 Semi-Weekly Interior Journh Mrsle) Vanity. un- der discussion Tins vanity. A lady Unit men were also plven Friday maintainedto Published Evory Tuesday and boincwhnt vanity. AT "The times more PJCll YJflAUTN' AD VANCK than the,men arc ten remarked. vain $li ladies," tiho efVfb' a not so paid 32. 60 will be charged "That's impossible," said several gentlemen. K. C. LOCAL TIME HARD. The subject changed nnd a few minlady remarked: , Uoirund at 7:00 a. m., returning utes later the Train naves "The handsomest man in the room has a spot on his white vest," where5"l&n. local time card. upon every gentleman within hearing Mail tram going North l3; pro glanced down with a scared expression ' .. 113pm South .,., ti 51 po of countenance at his vest. Tammany Saprati train " South. It was at a ball and tlic subject ucnehal QLEANINGS. - Local Freight North " North- - Tha litter train alio carry passengers. Tha above Is calculated on standard time iraa it about to minutes faster. QUEEN & CRESCENT Blue-Grass South- - ..107pm 9 36 a m 3t,am Times. Solai ROUTE. Going North trams piss Junction City bs follow: Vestibule Marts 6 a. m. Vestibule Limited 3:3s p. " Local 1:10 p. m. Florida Limited 3:1). a m tiomh-- N O Vestibule ti 1? p. m. Florida Limited i?:ica m Local 14 55 p. ru. Vestibule arrives S sn p. m. Dlue-Gra- of tlio World. "Yes," said Mrs. FiveoclocU, "the family are most interesting. John dances divinely, Tom sings like an angel, David is a famous football player, and Susanuo paints beautifully anil belongs to the reading el nb." "And llcnrv?" "Oh, Henry Well, he's rather dull, you know. He only works and supports the other."-r-- .l udge. Tim Wnj- I Medicinal Item. m i. Jones Dr. lllow told me yesterday that during the past month he cured fifteen cases of grip. Smith That's strange! He told mo he cured thirty cases last mouth. Jones He did, eh? Well, that shows that he thinks j'oti are twice as big a fool as I urn. Texas Sif tings. A LOC1IUAI. CONCLUSION. n flfisofately Bakincr c an. rbwder Pure A cream of tarter baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States Government Food Report. JROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., IOO Wall Stroet, Now York. THE RILEY HOUSE P. B. RILEY.JProprletor, - Kentucky. London, I hare moved to my new Hotel and am better prepared than ever to accommodate the public. Cood Livery attached and every convenience desired. Give me a call. 77 They are from accident never exposed to the exciting causes which would have started into activity at once from these causes. The medicinal use of spirits as a stimulant in debility is a common cause; the use of spirits from exhaustion, nniumia, or in some emergency, are all followed by the sumo results. In mauyinstanccs these early causes are overlooked, and when inebriety appears later, it is ascribed to othercouditioiis. Jouruul of Inebriety. tries of the world may be gair.cd from the fact that last year no less than 3,000,000,000 gallons of beer were imSome notion of tho enormous consumption of beer in the civilized coun ..SAI.E OK. I'ersons who sympathize with the nlllicted wil Harrison ctrpet, rejoice with 1). K Carr, of i y Kama City, lip is an out suiterer irom used in seventeen cases only. Rheumatism, but has not Welofore brcn troubled in this climate. Last winter he went up Tiik state auditor of Kontuckv re into Wisconsin and in consequence has bad anports 1,918,188 barrels of distilled spirits other attavk, "It cntne upon mo again very ncule As rxecutor of W. M. Hlgglns, deed , ( will ".My joints swelled and listed for state taxation during the and severe," he said. to touch And almost to look sell at public auction on the premises in became inflamed, sore fiscal year ending June :t0, 189.1. " at I'pou the urgent reiuct of my incttior-ito reduce tried Chamberlain's Pain Tiik Delteers Diamond Mining Co., law.swI elling and e.ic the pain, andlltlmmy tgrcra-bl- c to the ..The Farm of.. which employs many thousands of have used three joe surprise it did Ixith. bo tho tor It bottles and South African natives, has adopted iheumatism, behoc and to swellingsfinest tiling For pains eatant " stringent rules for tin exclusion of sale by Dr S. G. Hocker, Druist, Staolord. About 75 Acres in cultivation now. the remainder liquors from their mines. in grass, situated 4 mil's from Crab Orchaid.SS Soo tho World'u Fair for 15 Conta Tiik temperance movement in Great tulles from Stanlotd and t mile from Cedar Ctwk cents in L poll receipt on Two story Ir.ime Jlritain is receiving a powerful impetus postage stamps of your addles youand 13 Souvenir Station, four the I.. & N railroad. room and kitchen, our e w til mall dining house, rtoms In the highest social quarters. Tho Portfolio of the World's Columbiin Exposition porches. A'C, good also ciilern, smoke house, an Ice s we price duke of Devonshire has promised to '1 he regular make is joe, but nominal want you In house, donate cabin it) )ord, large barn, two corn 011 the price have onnvo bouses support the duke of Westminster in his fird it n work of Art and a thing to be prised. will cribs, two buggy fans will and a lllaiksmlth Shop, It Tools, Wc. The beofirred in two tracts effort to establish a licensing reform contain full page iewsol the ureal buildings, aud as a whcle. Land notes will bear interest and is eievulftl In the irnm Jan. I, 1803, sU percent. One-thiuith descriptions of In 6 association, the aim of which shall be highest stvle ol art. same satlitlcd ith it niter months: one t It rd in months and If not d In is the gradual suppression of tlto licenses von t!ft it r will refund the stamps and Irt vou 8 months Ooel school in mile of house, A Co , keep the book. Address II. K. lluckten a Alderney cows with calvtw. of publicans. a cows ami rales. Chicago, III. Aucmusiiop litKLAM) says: is 5 cow s without calves 1 a ) All Froo d steer. fearful to thinkofit but in this nation Those 1 male cow. have mod l)r King's New Dlscor of the United States over one billion cry knowwho value and those who hsive not hate S calves its j sews and plK. dollars annually are spent in tho direct nw the opportunity to try it free. Call on the advertised drucrut and cct a tiial battle lice, bend j shoats. tratliu in intoxicating liquors, besides jour name to II E. Ilivk'cn V Co , Chicaco. and I male nog. its being tho direct cause of the waste gel a trial bottle of Pr, King's New Lite Pills as 1 wurk horses. I good buggy mare t list alady can 'nude to Health ami Household 01 mucu more money. Men are una- well as a conv of All of which la guaranteed to do time. t young mare in faal by IIackl "s saddle horse. Instructor free. ble to work because of injury done to you good and cost you nothing at A. K Penny's sft head of sheep S iambs. their appetites by drink. Time is ab- drug store. m . m Hoisehold and kitchen lurolture, farming imsorbed in drinking; tho country's replements, such as shovel and turning plows, t hay Bucciln'aArnlca Snlvo. rake, mowing machine, wagon, sources a ro scattered to the wind. It The best salve In the world tor cuts, bruisess rocVaway, t spring wagon, co.n would be much better if the money sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap- cru.her, wheat fan, straw corn shellrr, gear, cutter, plow given to drink was taken and cast into ped hands, chilblains, coma and all skin eruji etc. Alto a 1st ol bacon, lard, sinear, corn, hay, piles, or no tions. the lake; at least it would then leave ed. It Itispositively cures Rive perfect pay requir- straw, etc. Also a track of knob land ol o acres, well timsatislactioa guaranteed to behind it no harm." bered, on Uttcnhctm pike near Cox's Gap, told 1'rico ic. cents per bos or money refunded. Ky. separate. Tiik predisposition to use spirits is Kor sale by A. R. Penny. Stanford, All sums under to cash. All overdue Janu nrv 1, is,s, with lnteret Irom day of sale and often latent, and may remain so for a secured by personal securit life-tim- e in vast numbers of persons. W H HIGOINs.Ex forty-tw- o Temperance hospital, alcohol has been and Thf. breweries are said to have control practically of two evening newspapers in London. Of the nine thousand live hundred of London Wc are authoiirtd to announce Dr. S. F.Scott, of Hlue 1UJj, Harrison county Mn..ti! For whooninir couch. Chamberlain . Couch Remdy is excellent." Uy usinu; it freely the disease is 'deprived of all dangerous come-- 1 There is no danger in giving the Heme-- A candidate for Kepreientative in Congress, sub. to babies, as it contains nothing injurious. 15c and 50 cent bottles for sale by Dr. S. G. llockrr, ltd to the action ol the Democratic party of the Eighth Congressional lustiiil of Kentucky, Druggist, Stanfo'd. V Hon. jas. n. Mccreary l&ZTJX.2rESESrzr Two doors above Post OIBce. 1 Always on hand Tho Nobiost and Nicest Goods? Can be had in the market. Prices lowrr Irun the lowest Mourning goods a specially. Call and examine bcfoie buying MAIir DAVIS tiUUDKIlAK. Mra. Kale Diidderur, Manager. Stanford, Ky COMMKkClAI, 11I.OCK ltiitam-malor- Land, Stock, Crop, &c. n Thursday, May 31, 1894, Mavis Verticil M 234 Acros of Land, a greater variety of work Iking; Machines 1 Are lh best because 'hey run lighter and can do than any other sewing maililnc The Lndios of Lincoln County Ate cordially invited to call at (he St Asaph Hotel and examine the machine, as well as sam pies of us work Mc.MUKKAV IIUOS, Stanlord, Ky Jtt nl DR. W. B. PENNY one-thir- Dentist. vacated by Dr. I.ee Office South Side Main St,, in office V. "It ear-ol- rtcently llulfwan, Slanfunl, Ky 1 Higgins & Watts, . Dealers n , -- All Kinds Stanford, YOU A of Coal, Kv. HI. 1 1 two-hot- s 1 1 1 1 1 Rospootfully Invited. I ell cheaper than ever me and I am just llselc,ted When When When When Baby win alei, wo pas her Castor!. tho vn a Child, alio crio! for Outorla. no beenmo MIm, h duns to CatorlA. t.he had Children, tJie g.sethem Ci'torl. rltles with a large and MIt.LINF.KV, which I will Mm Laura Jar'joe, a Irom Cincinnati, has engaged with can guarrntrc satisfaction lu Call aad sec my i(oods, MISSLICC1K ilEAZLKY. bt.nford, Ky. . k from the ery R. Zimmer, iniAl.VLK IN- I clGJf-D- L V 1 CRAB ORCHARD TT1 & 'RrrKC 7: A A 1 '3 os FRANK RILKY. A. S. PRICE, SURGEON DENTIST. Office over McRabtrts Owsley Building. Drug Stare in the n of Them There goes young Jack D'Or. They say his income is so large he enn't get rid of it. The Other One Oh, so he's a single man, then? Truth. One A Stanford. JinTiSn? nmi CURS XPT Gigantic Task. XSS' Ointment. HilrJ.0 ihYhl&V,11 Pr Capsules of Ointment and two A never-fallln-u Curooperftioa J wee. It nJecUonsot carbolic acid whJck i Physician Madam, your husband is suffering from a severe attack of He must have nervous prostration. been laboring under a terrible mental and physical strain of late. Mrs. Woodby For the past four weeks he has been engaged in at last consenting, at the earnest solicitation of his many friends, to pcrmithisname to be used as a candidate for the legislature. Puck. farm in Jersey. Real Lstato Agent In Another Clus. Mr. Dclawanna I want health and pleasure seekers. With Its healing waters, otoulc atmosphere and homtlikp surroundings, it at once atTonls to the ci.crvated and anlrariuni. dilated a Hope and n gallons Of countries, delThe slclnity abounds awith scenes to charm the the United States and Canada, of Painter and inspire me Peel , Sylvan wflks for the course, come first with an annual con- ljver, embowered Invm for the weary llowliej;, light Halls for Ililliardand sumption of SOO.000,000 gallons, Austra- and Hunting Dancing sportsmen. theUspecialheartrO, attenlor the lia taking second at 22..100.000 gallons. tion is glsen to the cuisine. to $15, per week. For Terms moderate. The above tigures, of course, represent further information, From ii apply to round numbers. una uor.MAM. rror. '9 Crab Orchard, Ky. extra-Europea- bibed in Europe alone. Germany, of course, headed the lKt of consumanti with 1,051,000,000 gallons, Great Itrituin being a good second with W5.000.000 gallons; third came Austria with gallons, while France and were "bracketed fourth" with 220,000,000 gallons apiece. Denmark "tails" the list with a miserable 145,000 300,-000,0- anaswmoCaf Fancy : Groceries, tm( ..Ter a rj&y -- W 1 ' SE&SOXTOF 1884: Crab (Jrei'HrJ., rxum l). Foreign and Do mestic Fruits, Candies, Nuts. A llel-giu- Tothe Public -- Nmelts discovery by Daniel Hoone nearly a century or more ago the locality has been the Mecca of ol Crab Orciiard Refreshing Bath Cook ifc Hot or Cold, to ityllth Hair Trim or Clem Shiw, go Fnn.ior'8 Barbor Shop. Tobacco, Cigars. Headquarters for almost anything you want. When you wantja'first-class The Myers House, ! W CHKKN, rropttetor : Stanford, : : Kentucky. CONST IPAT10N BVSOD W p"" ven..o-- , Linnietta Park Springs, Junction City Post-Office, Ladies, Your Attention, Please. My meal for 25c, call on him. lam still running this well knoxn Hotel anil will continue to give jny guests the pollltsi atten. tien as well as the best the msiket alTurds. to sell my Stock of Millinery etery PUHiniau Smart? mild nd ptaXlnfto for hUlIrca,d use. fiODoaw SwauP QUAJiJTErJ lafld only bv What is tho BOYLE COt NTV, KY. A. R.PENNY, ..IF Stanford, or Ky. teen thousand. price? Mr. Delawanna I'd like to get fif- OPEN JUNE 1ST, 1894. tning pretty and stylish. I have engaged Miss tulia Stitt.of Cincinnati, to trim forme Sde is a lady of much experience and taste and Is sure to gise satisfaction. An esamination of govts is inMRS. POKIE T COL'Rld. 10 vited. THOMAS YEACER Is be! g rapidly opened and it embraces R ZIMMER. Stanford, Ky. pecial Attention to the Traveling Public. nnen you want a nrst-cla- turnout come to my LIVERY STABLE. Trices to suit the hard times. at th Myers House Orbcc Call or leave o.der yOU ARE GOING NORTH THE WEST, Real Estate Agent That's pretty The Linnietta Springs Co. takes pleasure in anpatron the high for a farm. You'd better call It a nouncing to Its leased andpopularpublic generally JAMES.YKAGEK. resort and hae this that they "country seat," and ask twenty. Life. placed the have management in charge of Capt. ThomNot a Philanthropist, as Iticharos, wbcee proverbial politeness and at tentlon insures pleasure and comfort to its guests. 1 he culinary department win ne under me spe clal charge of Mrs Sallle Richards, whose qualifications are too well known in hat capacity to need comment in this notice YEAGER & YEAGER, LouiaviLLC 4 A Nashville rt. R. Bertha Tom, this paper says Mr. Tightflst was "generous to a fault." What does that mean?" Tom Well, from what I know of Mr. Tightflst, I should say that it means he couldn't possibly be generous to anything else. Harper's Young People. erlotu Curie. Wife You must send me away for my health at once. I am going into a A uyht, ros m mwm STANFORD, Y. mu, ICE, ICE. l'EK IIUNUKEI) I'OUM) l.OKSaml over, and at 7jc in smaller Ion. K. I1HEMKU, Statford. 10 am now ready to dellvei oiinufactuted Ice Irom the Stanford Factory to customers regular jv esery mornlnir at the rate cf FIKTV CliN TS I FIRST NATIONAL BANK Or STANFORD. KV. Capital Stock Special Hates to Commercial Men. turplua ... 9200,000 21,300 ..m MUSIC. A good Band has been employed lor the season. There will be dancing 1 ery evening and special hops every Friday evening. The grand opening ball Friday evening, June 15. LINNIETTA SPRINGS CO , Props , 34.41 Thomas Riciiarcs, Manager. 1 II you need livery give us a call. Nothing but first class turnouts will leave our stable. Sec us lor rates. In our HARNESS SHOP s, of Harness, repairing done by Saddles, Ac. our man he understands his business, Wchavea mechanic in our Ii the line for you, as its Vou will find a good assortment Ilrl-dle- Double Dally Trains Make cloie connections at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. Ha'our THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. HAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information enquire of JOES. KICK. Agent, Stanford, Ky Or W. A. McQUOW.V, Trav. Pass. Agent, Junction City, Ky decline. Husband My! My! What mikes you think so? Wife All my dresses are beginning to feel comfortable. A Commissioner's Sale BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee first class work and satisfactory i iv O'ir horse sneer prices Agents for Decriug Machines, the lightest dtaft icnuie on earth. 5bt'fo LKJ X. Y. Weekly. Valuable Mill Properly, ?Iucli ns H10 Could Atlinlt. And 73 Acres of Land. LINCOLN CUlCUITCOUUr. Farmers Hank and Trust Company of Stanford, Ky., Pltf., against V. M. luilderar James A, John 1), Castleman. A. G. Lanhim ROYAL insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&CASTLBMAJN MANAGERS, Now, mj dear, you must admit that r.Ir.s, White looked exceedingly well in her new gown. tho gown Mrs. Wickwire did look very well on her. Indianapolis Journal. Mr. Wickwire Hit Gntx! KfitftiniH. Hut, papa, the marquis Is 1S94, charming; and he is certainly generous to a fault. c e :i ty, sell at County court day for Lincoln Papa Well, he ought to be; he'b got outcry to the higlest anil test'idder, the A property, more of them than anybody I know of. following described county, on the uatursof triet I)u ol Land in Lincoln X. Y. World. Acre and bounded as folKnci, contaiuinK 7. Viola Dudderar and Ann Duddorar, Dulls. Notice ol Sale. Ily virtue of a judgment and order ol tale herein at the October term, 1894, of this co'.rt, the ur.dt-r- signed Commissioner will bel te the cuurt-noudoor in the town of Sue ford, ou se M ! LOST want. Attention of the public is invited to tha fsc that this Is the only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National tlank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital lock, but by the stockholders1 liability lor m amount equal to the stocU, so that depositors ol this institution are secured by a fund cf $, 00,00c. old stand ol J, II. Green, In Five sworn statements of thecondition of the bank At the are made each yearto the United Stales govern- ment and its assets are esamlned at stated tiiaM oy government agents, tnus securing aJdititona nd perfect ssfety to depositors Has just received a beautiful line of I nil institution, originally established as tha .. - f. Dep .C, tl . 01 atantoru In nil, men Phaeton3, lied as the National Hank ol Stanford in i&6 and as the Klrst National Hank ol again Call and see his stock and get his prices which Stanlord in tS3, has had practically an uninterare lower than anybodys. Il J ou want a nice set rupted esiitcncoof it years It is better supplied now with facilities for tranisrtlng business prompt if narcess, a whip or a tluitcr ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully solic-leCKSi The Directory ol this Hank is composed 01 csa- Korosms Reld, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; G, A. Lackey, Liucoln; D. S. CARPENTER, well-know- Hustonvlllo, Kentucky. Surreys, Bug-gies.I&c- ' .... d. w J. W. Itfoiiday, June xitli, t! What, why my money on every purchase not made at the One Horse Store of llayd.m, Stanford; S.ll. Ilaughman, Lincoln; J. S. Hocker Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; M. I). Kliuore, Stanford; ub-li- MeKinney & Hocker, Who try to sell Staple and Fancy Groceries and other goods too J. S. Hocker, rrcsidcnt; T. I'. Hill, Stanford. K. L. Tanner, MeKinney; M.J.Miller, Mt. Vernon Slxiuld llitve Known TliisU Dr. Paresib (after examining Mr. Gar- Commerce Building, Louisville Ageats throughout the South. goyle's condition) What you need, my dear sir, is more exercise. Mr. Gargoyle Doctor, have you for- gotten that I am the father of twins? Judge. j W. A. TBIBBLE, Local A?cnt, STANFORD, KY. owv 'vooct?- ii fect of a Judgment and payable to the Com'r. Lien represent? R.C.eV.VItKKN, Two hundred dollars; but retained: Master Com'r Lincoln Circuit Court Artist you can have it for a hundred and fif ty plunks, spot. Detroit Free Press. 1 can toll just what people are thinking of me. Miss Pert Indeed! How very unpleasant it must be for you! Urooklyn Life. dayofaale,$S,ioi.j5. Terms of hale: A credit of six months. Bond The Heart of Art. with approved personal security with six per cent, What does that picture interest from day ol sale, having the lorce and efCustomer How Very Unplfiannt. bore) Mr. Gusher (a self-Mttisfl- I lows: North by the lauds of Johr. T aylor South and Kastb. the Jan' of Hcury Traylur and. Wist by lands of C M poonamore, liut for more particular detcription cl the lands by metes and Luunds, thejudgmetit ol sale herein Is reierted to. 'Ibis tract of laud includes the uluablo .Mill Property known as Dudderar's Mill, the dwelling The other three house and other improvements. tracts mentioned in the judgment and dirtcted to be sold will not be sold, for the leason that they have heretofore been Uispoicd of aui plaintiff has recel ed the benefit thereof The whole, or so ttiULh -- s will be necessary, of Tract will be scld as will satisfy the the debt uf plaintiff lor $"3,joj, with 6 per cent, interest irom July 3, 1S92, mill paid, and the ti.rthcr mm nf si.oii.7i. with 6 uer cent, iat.rcsl from lu. I? 8. IS?, until paid, and its costs herein expended, subject to a credit ol 4,433.51, paid Jauucry '3. 8ps, P rocce s 01 rionciuw a nuiea siiusumiu be raited to cover plaintiff's debt and all costa to John J. McRoberts, Cashier; A. A MeKinney, Assistant Cashier. lu CALL OIsT THEM than For almost any thing you may Goods Cheaper Ever. Farmers Rank&Trnst OK7STANKOKI),:KV., la now fully organiied and ready for business Co wits McKINNEY & HOCKER. Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - - $200,000. lit 000. 109 90 C I had a malignant breaking out on my leg "I fear," said the postage stamp, below the knee, and waacuredaound and well when it found itself fastened to a love half totUes ol KKKB with two and a letter, "that I'm not sticking to facts." Other blood medicines had failed Indianapolis Journal. Will C. Ueaty, do mo any cood. to YMktUlc,S.C More I'erfect. Doctor You cough more easily this morning. night. Not Facts. WHAT DOES IT MEAN? It neioi thit OieQue.a an! Cressent RonU Is IT miles shnrteit to tetirect 1'hclnnitl anj l.es!at'-,tl miles shortest Cincinnati stturu.t Orlesnt; 101 milts Cincinnati to l tutUaooga, Atlauu, or Jacksonrtlls, J. , SUCCESSOU to TIIK LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the sami asssltand undat the same management. My provisions of its chatter, depositors are at fully protected aa ate depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being held individual! Iiaole to the eitent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value therrol, in addition to th amount invested in such shares, Il may actaa taecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an individual. To those who entrusted their buislnesa to us while mnaglDK the Lincoln National Bank ol Stanford, we wc here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their busineaa with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty yean' eapeneuce la banking and as liberal accommodations at are with sound banking, cob-sitte- nt ALflJETiHHBaHBMrni SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS 1 etw.cn J1 of ths above points. Thronah Cars to Vlcssoura and Shrer Only line running throush cars Clnelaaail to Knossilla sal AJheTllle, .V. C. Direct Una Tessa saJ Mesico via New Orleans via Chreteport. Ask stents aboa I tours to Califurala. Frum I.ouIitiIU. J.J. tr ti Patient Mtroi Hrravn' WBm tree, of Tatter. nrt thre bottle ol cured no peroianentir. Masn, I ought to TIallo. I practiced all R. B. Bronaugh., shlpperof Thoroughbred Duroc Red Jersey Hogs. Pica from registered stock for sale, from the best herds in Ohio and Illinois. Call and eaamine ray herd or address R. 11. Bronaugb, Crab Orchard. Breeder and hhelhriHW and Larenc.liurr.lirect coanectivu is mal at Leiiaftua vita v titibuM trains W all pvliu Suutb. W. C. RINEAKSOS. , Gea'l rasi'r Aieat, Clsciaaatl, O. Waulacs MsaavUIe.l.T. A Hliort Answer. Our book on Blood and Skin Diseases Bulled flwnr Brocmo Co AtUnta. Oa. Hallo. Beggar I'vo lost a leg GruflOld Party I didn't find It! ii QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. a ntaiCTORi: Williams, Mt. Vernon; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; J.S.Owsley, Stanford; S J. Etnbry, Stanford: J, II. Owsley, Stanford; J. K.; Cash, Stanford; William Oooch, Stanlord; A. W.:Carpentir,MllIeJgevill, Ky W. H, Cumuiitu, PieacheriviU S. H.'.Shuils, I'resldtDi, Dr. J.B.Owi!er,Crh!r, W. M.lrlkht,TaUs)r. i wm L25SE22225SI tAmi!mjimLli, STm'Tii'tiUVimm a sWjj u ssmsstSB mm mmmmrrrmn