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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894060501 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. If This Be Treason, Make the Most of It. CRAB ORCHARD. U "'iftrawberri.-u Una vicinity nt 25 4 M STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY JUNE 5. 1894. CHURCH AFFAIRS. LANCASTER, CARRARQ COUNTY. NO. 28 U ll il )ti mii Mt.Ykhnon, J i'nk a -- Decoration .lay cents per hero wna a uran.l micces. Thur wan patil by tho Sieakurn that could lo" re""y for ,,SL'' -'"- -' ih quite an exc!tinK election linin tlio moat fiunaillvu Southern hero s'""lny. t MK H !" to elect Major Evans' speech was quite a mirpriee, ,,MW ohot)l lr"e"Mr- u " 1Jr and although i'rof Dickomon is not an " in tin- town orator, yet hiB speech would read well in OiIIUt was elwtwl in of t" Hradley'a speech traa a -el.tl tliitrlft. heantv, Hradloy ii n genura. imtrlcit lho -dV ' obaarvH. liy the who loves liln whole country r am a A U ''"Jt at tlil plai-oIn the morn local patriot wIioho lov of country Kova . tiii-"'t, marched to th emniitcry not North of Mhhoii'h nn.l DixonV lino "iywi with Mower Tli Sf.nth and tho .lemutfratKapwcliiM ero made iua.lt. this guttl country. Wliwi tou take "",1 ln l,,B D,vU1 . Dr. W. M. Uuihkimi.TfXHB, California, Jv Mw, nl,,H' V,li nlonl and Mrs. Kollik-3u't Mexico, Ancjna, Hal-- Olormlo, rnirii, a very pretty piece of and Nevada, tlm kenuhlic would not Iw1 ' poetry suitable to the occasion. And extinguish tho ho reat and k'rand. Mrs. 1). I). I'M in ii ton, who was seryjoty of Kentucky, ToutuuHuu and tho iously ill, lift week,irt thought to be imSouth in tho wur of 1812 and with Mexiproving slowly. Mrs. T. Carter, of ltow-lanco and scarcely h glint of glory would re spent part of last week with Mis main. They must give the South time Curtis (Jover. Mrs. Kice, of Colorado, to forgot and to forgive. The destruction and her sinter, of .Stanford, spent a few of dwelling and mills in the Shenandoah ila)s with Mra. Krooka. Mrs. J. I. by Sheridiiu nnd the 00 mile swath cut of Montgomery, Ala., is visiting by Sherman through Georgia and South Mrs I) (.;. Slaughters family. Sho is Carolina, when tho war was practically Mrs. Thoruiugtoii, who out, looked too much like tho dot lis, accomp.inied by the Summer in search of and the Van cornea to spend V the Visigoths, the Ilunns, , , afnl ,' '" 1,onr,li"K nt Mrs. J. F. dals, had been there, to be soon forgot- -' ' Uolilam s. Mrs hris McClureof Paint ten Tl. ..r,,v ...hk- - r ii...H m.,Ht I...I.1 is visiting Mrs. A. II. Hastin and il.M Tl... Sooth vmntsno lllor,. other relatives here. Mrs. Dr. Cooper wars, no more secession, theSouth wants tl vlilMreu came down from I.iving- forget her great wrongs peace and time to Mon to spend a few days Thoso who fought for liberty and State Mr- " Mr' nml Mra- ' A- sovereignty without pay were certainly ". ' 0,,io. "topped off a few paid,' patriotic as the well fed, well w,t" ', Mrs. John IMnmton. I soldier who wore the blue. (da)" and well-cl- a In the speakers to ni IH on ,,is wy to Aaliville. X. 0., iu Hut hllll it is very kind h ot ' Wary White and extend pardon to those who never sinned MM J,'m,i,, Anderaon went to Ilarrods- and who ask no forgiveness The South thoiu-- subjiuated won an 0,,r ,",irt' l0 H,l'"l tl ' nt Debtors College. '"l wi" r;'"r Thursday bringing Mita - J. wlllhve as long us the pass of ThermopAnderson who has been attend- nl. and Leonldas and his MO deathless lim the college, home with them. Dr. Spartans who dhtl for country, slain by e ! tl.r..,, millions of men. ' ,)ick ,",', tw0 ,"hU'r" vihiti" ot "'r ,rom roH K"l.,w;-.I,,1The outh fought not tho North alone.j ' '', "ATn U"T A foreign element as largo as the Rebel- - I'T' , iM,'v'n is vwitinK friends at of the blue. Hon army was on the side Many German divisions could not even Jlr iiM Hofmann made a ,l.vin ,r, during the latter speak our tongue, and knew nothing lMrt o t,1H wt'k- Jou "rok" ' l'"" and tared less for the merits of the war, bj they were on tho strong paviuc side, jSpondiug a few days with h.s mother and After the blood v battle of Uettvrt.nrg. h,8,,?r- - Mi"" Katie Slaughter, looking as ovUtigto the dis'patity of uumbei- - the Ptty s over, returne.l from Midway war was nothing but murder most cruel Thursday, where she attended school the pst live months. Jitumie went over to and bloody. ' H,len,J ,l10 commencement and accom-th- e May the chain of friendship between ' ,,,r ,,oinMr- - u'1 Mra J- two sections grow so bright that n PnV can find it when the sun is asleep jPteinberKer aro rejoicint: over a new iu his wigwam behind the great waters. ,n"Ji im' Fostaim: Fov Hoiimrr. la-ar- t' to be plenlL - - """ - tlifi-pri- u-- m "''v" '-- '' . - pty,im I"'"""' d 't"-noo- oirr-ioridH- , , j j ' Mc-Kiun- C n.i e''d'y - "' "' A-a- s '". ; """ h hH-- , v r..ml J "'. j ""' '" m' - ' - DEATH'S DOINCS. A Baby Can Do All 1 -- This. It can wear out a J pair of kid shoes in leva than 2i hours. It can keep its father busy advertising in the paper for a nurse. It can simultaneously occupy both aides of the largest bed made. It can cause its father to he insulted by boarding-hous- e keep-eri- n every second-clns- a the city who "never takes children," which, in nine case out ot 10, is fortunate for the children. It can make itself look like a fiend just when Its mother wants it to show oil. It can make an old bachelor In the next room use langungo that if uttered on the street would get him into the pen itentiary for two years It cau go from the farthest end of the rxm to thu foot of the stairs in the hall quicker than its mother can step into thu closet and out again. It can go asleep like an angel and just as papa and mamma are starting for the theatre it can wnke up and slay awake. These nro some of the things n baby can do. But there aro other things as well. A baby can make the commonest can hoiiBc tho brightest spot on earth. lighten the burdens of b loving mother's life by adding to them. It cau flatten ita dirty faco ngainst the window pane in such n way that tho tired father can see it as a picture before he rounds tho corner. Yes, babies aro great institutions, particularly oue'a own baby. 1 Dr. V. 1$. Neilson died m Bubour-vill- e, aged 10. He was u native of Ten- nessee. Col. J. I). Burnett, one of the fore most men of Ohio county, died at Hart- ford Sunday of heart failure Mrs Ltta Klmore died at the homo of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J.T. O'llair, Saturday from the ellectsjof an operation, which was too long delayed. She wna the relict of Will Klmore, who preceded her to the tomb four years. Only -- 0 years old, robust and handsome, she seemed destined to long life, but she wna suddenly cut down, not, however, Ha thoo without hope for sho had given her heart to God when - years of age and was prepared for the summons. Af tern funeral sermon Sunday afternoon .. .. i i... i.i.i uj i.uitT jub .eveniiicr, Jr., imro of friends followed the lemaius to Bullalo cemetery and gently laid them to rest. 1- . pro-Cessi- LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. mm 1 Circuit court is over. Miles Stanifer has a new boy, the seventh one. The Knights of Pythias will decorate the grave of their departed brother, J. I). Pitman, at Pittsburgh next Saturday. All Knights nro requested to be present, and the public generally is invited. Ten charcoal burners were drowned by a cloudburst near Duraugo, Mexico. Two hundred negroes Iibvo left Birmingham to take thu place of the striking Pennsylvania miners. It is the intention of tho Pennsylvania operators to till every striker's place. The White Sulphur Springs, long the most fashiouablu Summer resort iu the South was sold last week to J. T. Burke, of Alexandria, Va., for f'JOo.OOG. The place and improvements have coat over three millions, J Gen. Iloasur in his speech at tho unveiling of tho Confederate monument nt Richmond, said "Tho men who overrun us remind me of the locusts which are now infesting portions of this State. Thev couldn't whip us, but thoy devoured our substance. The army that devoured us was an army of substitutes. We killed all the substitutes, and thu men whom thoy represented stopped at homo nnd made money, nnd now draw pensions." Tho stock of gold bullion In the Bnk of 1'ugland has reached X30,000, 000 sterliug, nnd the reserve is 'JS,00t- 000. Who takes nn eel by the tail, or n woman at her worda aoon finds that he holds nothing. Proverb. ot the clllieni of I'tlnivllle. Ind. are never wfihoHt a boltlo 61 Ctumbtrlafo'i Coueli ya Ucob Brown, the Itemed! in th. houw," Itading merchant of the place. Thii Keniedy ha; croup proven of o much value lor colds,mother, who whooping cough in childr.n, that few are wdllne to be without .t. For knew iu sale by Dr.S. G. Hockerbrugglrt, Stanford. When When When When Baby a tdcfc, we pare hf r Costorl. ahe naia Child, (ha cried for Castorla. she became Miss, ah clung to Castor), she had Children, she gprcthem Caatoris, This remedy I. becoming to well known and o popular at to need no special mention All who have used Electric Hitters sing the same song of praii. A purer medicine does not exist and It is guaranteed to do all that Is claimed. Electric i, Tiitters wlU cure all diseases of the Liver and Kid-ne- Electric Blttera. Siztnore was made : Miea Sallie Anderson's school will : secretary of tho .State Baptist As- close Thursday. There will be approprisociation in niHstoti at Carlisle. ate exercises held at the Tho heathen are dying at the rate of T. J. B. Turner, manager of the Cen10.000,000 n year, and there is only ono tral Kentucky Hedge Fence Co., was medical missionary to every 2,000,000 of elected school trustee for tho Lancaster thorn. district bnttirdny by a largo majority. ThoOweiihboro MeHsengej says there The recital of the music clna of Garhave been over 200 additions to the local rard CollegM will take place at the Christ cL inches since the Mills meeting, the re- ian church Wednesdrfy nf'eriioou at 2' sult of revivals that followed it. o'clock. A hnndeomo grand piano ha I? shop S8iimis. of Louifliiintifl, has on the been placed in the cliurrh for Will C. Harries to take charKU occasion and a large crowd will attend called of Christ's chiirph nt Ne.v Orleans during This (Tuesday) evening nt S o'clock tho four month's abseence of the paetor. the oratorical contest btweeu students More than the laborers in of (inrrnrd Colleg-- i will take place nt the tho Presbyterian mission field aro woA small admission fee will men, the riuurcs bsinu 21 ministers be charged to defray expenses. Beserv-- 1 male Ihv inis'ionaries, 12 total, 25(5, wo- ed seats are on sale at Stormea store and men, :Xi7. those who expect to attend hail bolter Arcnrdlng to the report to the Bap- secure their seats in advance The band tist at Carlisle, there are will bo on hand to liven tilings up. lur.3ml&i'.lW SBMMSH'aMMia'4 ''k''IrsT in the State 1,I!0 churches and 15l,S(i:5 Miss Hallie Herring has returned memberH, whoso contributions last year from Ward's Seminary, Nashville. Mits EAOI.E PALLS were$t00,5J2.i:i Maggie Bright, of Stanford, is the guest Boating, Oathln, The Christian Kudeavor convention of Miss Lizzie Thompson. Mrs. C. 0. AX AHVMKyflt iBA.aU nt Ilopkinsville resolved that only pare Stormea left Sunday for Crab Orchard Hunting, Flililng, L mt sUMmaT TrrriiTrrT Jw2x24la&&-t&-jmen should bo elected to olHiclal Jposi-tio- Springs. Miss Ballon, of Stanford, is Lawn Tennii, Croquet, and protested against the return of visiting nt II. M. Ballou's. Messrs. Owen Billiard! Col. Breckinridge to Congress. Shugnra nnd Carpenter Stewart visited Horte Back Riding The students in attendance nt Prince Crab Orchard Sundnj. Mrs. Maggie' Hones for Hire. ton Theological Seininnry the past year Paine, of Lexington, is visiting her numbered 'i'.Vl, the lnrgest in its history mother, Mrs. Ann Hopper. Mrs. Dr. 1 1 Ofthel,"01, who have passed through Rogers, of Bloomington, Ind , is the' the institution, 2,570 are living. ED. F. OWENS, Proprietor. guest of her mother, Mra. Pattie Gill.' The churches here will hold un- Mr K V. Harris nnd family have reion services Sunday nights during the turned from IOiiisville nnd will make' Summer. The lirst will be next Sunday thiH place their home. They have rent-- ' night nt the Methodist church and will ed tho Shea property on Stanford street, bo conducted by Hew S. M. Logan. Miss Alice Young leaves next week fori The Kubanks peoplo know how to j Texas to visit htrnnnt, Mra. Armstrong.! treat tramp preachers. They rotten egg The bullet proof cloth which has at- -' them The fe1'v' who nude 'merchan traded so much attention in the armies Ilccause my friendb trade with me, for which I appreciate and thank I don't know a better way to get your trade than disc of religion 1.. r recently, was given of Kurope is soon to he tested by Amer-- I them vety much. afullshowei 11,. ?. night. ican military men. The Manheim cloth to get ,'m fiiini . the fust baa been tested in tho presence of the) Young M(M,V(;t,ill.n .m ifltion waB Prince of Wides. soveral shotn beim.' organ i7d sn.l the ituntvef.iM will bo tired nt the inventor and w thout injur- -' For )cu to select fr m. . ot.servr.iHii over til- l.y the mi- - iughimiu the slightest degree. If all tl,. I, h iiietise meinh-.rf.hiM.I'hd ' the armies of the world are to he clad in to it-- small beginning thin bullet proof cloth, .vh ,t necessity The missionaries iu Afneti nnni the will 110 r..H. for fl shtiiig at all? If the work of one woiih worm that of 12 8noiB tlr.d !v sides nre liarmles', A nice line of Dry Goods, Notions, Straw Hats, Caps, Fans, Ice men, since women can go anywhere, i My prices are tempting. Come this week if you battle to Cream Freezers. o' wiu way m the. even among the want shoes an other goods cheap for cash. m'.es. Tlu-i? l,s determined Why not ssve powder moues are never iieMioneJ, anil they and lead by declini g to shoot, when no are listened to with the greatest respect. ont. js , ,lar.,.r 0f being hurt by the mere are ntMiit i.ivu roligtous IH there anv evidence of courage ers iu the United States. Biptists have in a soldier exposing his person iu battle LSI, Methodist 17:5, Iliuinn Catholics 1154, when his carcass is protected by bullet Protestant Kpicopalians 71), Presbyter- proof cloth ? The cloth is said to be too ians 7J, the KvangelitMti deuominatioua heavy for infantry, but not for cavalry, 71, Lutherans 50, Congregationalists 33, as the poor horse has to carry the load, undenominational 21(1, while the talance great or small. "Let us have peace," is distributed among about a dozn othr but if fighting can not be avoided, why denominations not lay aside the guns and adopt the -- This is the irreverent!! way Blue IUHtliolH of Corhettand Mitchell, or take Grass Bladu Moore tpdaks ot a noted di it out in tongue lashing? Too politi vine: "A dispatch saya that Elder John cians who want to "cuss" each other S. Sweeney, of Paris, has been called with impunity should have the exclu upon to run for Congress in tho event of Bivo right to use the bullet proof cloth. Breckinridge's nomination. Sweeney is Among the schoolmates of your corgeranium that had me respondent who have grown up with thu We can furnish any grade Bicycle at a price that will put in j til. If Sweeney cornea into the him in his native town, it iB pleasant to G-003race I shall take the stump (fur Billy. know that at least four of the number E Billy ia pretty tough but ho would not hive entered the gospel ministry with See our Stock. put me in j til because I do not beliee brilliant prospects of success and useful- Examine our prices before making order elsewhere. religion." in bis ness in their holy calling. Charles M. Rev. Sanford M. Logan was regular-lReid, who has charge of n church near installed as pastor of the Stanford Denver, Col , is now on a visit to his Presbyterian church Sunday night, hie father nt this plnce and tilled the pulpit father, Dr. J. V. Logan, propounding the Baptist church at 11 a. m. on Sunday the questions to pastor and people, Dr. nnd preached at the union services at 15. M. Green delivering tho charge to the Christian church at night. Lucien former and Rev. A. W. Crawford to Noel filled tie the pulpit at the Presbiteriun J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. the latter. Both charges were ably pre- church nt 11 a. t. on Sunday ami delivsented and listened to with interest. 23d, 1894. ered a discourse that was highly com Mr. Logan starts his pastorate under mended by n large congregation. R. Full corps of Couirvat3ry an I Normal School teacher, jperior courses in Literature, Music oc most favorable circumstances. The mem- Graham Frank has charge of several An. Excellent boarding department Catalogues and circulars furnished on application bership is united on him, and having re churches, while William Walden is ensolved to agree in the future n pleasant gaged All in the work of nn evangelist and profitable relation seems assured. of these young men Reid, Noel, Frank If tho Southern Presbyterian church and Walden have the education and ia sincere in its refusal to even consider ability to tit them for the work to which the question of organic reunion with the they have devoted their lives and those Northern branch, because the latter is roRwho know them best aro confident that too much given to meddling with poli-lctheir future will show that they have there is all the more reason for for- not mistaken their culling. Success to giving tho erring brother and making at friends. my least one more organized and organic ef fort to convert him from the error of his Fubsv Passenger Why does yourcom-pau- y New styles at lowest prices. Call and see. wnjs. All the wicked world knows that insist that passengers must purthe two wings were thrown into discord chase tickets before entering the train? by the rock of slavery. That no longer Are they afraid that if we pay money to exists, nnd there is no good and you you will Bteal it? Conductor (with The best inside wall finish; cold water process. Christian reason why they should dignity) Certainly not. They are afraid not now Hop together. Dr. Breckinridge the traiu may run off the track before I PAINTS Lead, Oil Colors, Mixed Paint, Carriage Paint, Stains declared peace in the church impossible can got around. New York Weekly. and Varnishes. Closest prices for cash. until the good Lord should take him to MEDICINES Prescriptions compounded with care from the best Those Who ark Posted. Will tell Heaven and send Dr. Robinson back to you that the finest and healthiest drugs and chemicals'. Give us a call. V. B. McRoberts. Ireland, but now that both are doubtless summer reeorta in the northwest are dwelling together in peace and brother- located along tho Wisconsin Central ly love, their respective followers on Lines, among which are Lake Villa, Fox earth might well emulate such a celestial Lake, Autioch, Burlington, Mukwnnago, Waukesha, Neenah, Waupaca, Fifield, example. Louisville Timea. Ashland aud Duluth. Tourista and pleasure seekers figuring on their next Jeff Crawford, a negro murderer, summer's vacation should bear thia in was hung by a mob at Findley, S. O. mind nnd before selecting a route a Prices lower than any one. Thu Hopkinsvillo Kentuckian will say line to Jas. C. Pond, General Passenger of Judge Lynch Agent of the Wisconsin Central Lines, this ia the 50th victim Culti-vator- s, at Milwaukee, Wis., and he will send ao far this year. you maps, time tables and guide books 'a mt containing valuable information, which Two LlveB Saved. upon application. Mrs. Phoebo Thomas, of Junction City, 111., wat are mailed free Ite v. A. V. conrt-honsp. i CUMBERLAND FALLS 110TLL. 1 t M J iif-- U-- v. one-ha- lf i court-hous- e. ' 1 l H It h mf mmmrrtL vm&Bsc3s& TaV c n ' ?K m QUESTS JUftTE 5, '94. S 0 A "WEEK, i I MEET WITH SUCCESS. WHY? ' itit-'tth- -- a-- TIKE BEST GOODS I I 1 .-t ' HAVE JUST RECEIVED J. C. t.--uh 11 est r Bicycles ITOTJ D FLORENCE. sweet-scente- d S-A-VI- dOTElrT CO. v W .H WEAKEN & Stanford Female College. prinjy Session Tuesday, Jamiary MeRoberts' Drug Store, -- s, boy-hoo- d WAIJL 8 PAPER o autli-cie- nt WE ARE IN IT. See our Spring Stock of Disc Harrows, Geo. W. Brown Corn Planters. Hnm tlma aio I was trouhlod with an attack ol drive maiurla from the system and prevent as Pain Balm rheumatiim. lU.ed Chamberlain1. riaee Headcure all malarial 1 have aMedy well asConstipation and fevers. ForcunofElectric and w completely cured. Indigestion, try ache, my hiend. and cuitomeri to try the Hitters. Jnd all .peak h.ghly of It. bimon Oo Idbaum, refunded, Entire satisfaction guaranteed or money i'rlcejoc and Ji per bottle at A .R. MockSanLui. Rey.Oal. Kor ale by Dr. S. O. l'enny's drug store. Stanford. er, Druggiit. rem-Td- will remove Pimples, Hoils, Salt Kheum and other afTectiona caused by Impure blood; will Z told by her doctors she had consumption and tha there was no hope for her, but two boiUes of Dr. King's New Discovery completely cured her and Mr. Thos. Bggert, 159 she saya It saved her life Florida tiL, San Francisco, suffered from s dreadful cold, approaching consumption, tried without result everything else then bought on bottle ol Or. King's New Discovery and in two weeks was cured, lie ti naturally thanktul. 'It Is sucn results, of which tbtsc are samples, tbat prove the wonderful efficacy of this medicine In tcaglrs and colds. Free trial bottles at A. K, Penny's Drag Store. Regular site joe and $t. I have two little grand children who are teething this hot summer weather and are troubled with bowel complaint. I give them Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemedr and it acts like a charm. I earnestly recommend it for children with bowel troubles. I was myself taken with a severe a tack of bloody flux, with cramps and pains in my stomach, one. third ol a bottle of this remedy cured me Within 34 hours I was out of bed and doing my house work. Mrs. W. L. Hickman Co , Tenn. Kor Duncan, sale by Dr. S. G. Hocker, Druggist, Stanford. Bon-ao,a, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, and Farming Implements. fc. S. E. WEAKEN. W. L. Withers, Salesman. OEMI-WEEKL- Y iNTERIORJOliKNAL Stanford, Ky. June 5, ISJM W. P. WALTON. 6 OR 3 PAGES. IBVEiR.'S' er County fudge " Cltrk " " Attorney Sheriff FRIDAY. , " . DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES J WA1.KFR GtVENS G II ) COOPER PAX. TON Is T D. NEWLAND E. D. " ' Aucssor Jailer KENNEDY G.W. DEUORD i A ; v The resolutions adopted by the meeting held at Versailles to protest against Col. Breckinridge's nomination are the Btrongest yet. They say he has covered himself with disgrace, disregarded every moral and sacred obligation and presented a record unparalleled in human de pravity, and appeal to the voters to rise in their might and "avert the moral degredation, which would be hound up afternoon, when resolutions were adopt in the election of this nun." Elder C. t J. pillman, of this county, cold NEWSY NOTES. ed protesting against Col. Breckinridge's Judge Kinkead and Kev. J. K a car load of hogs in Cincinnati, Ust Fathers, come and ret your boys a suit this week while you can aud calling Deering made speeches in support of the An Illinois court lias decided that r candidacy for week, 22.) Ih. average $135 Price fit up at half price. A nice, neat new suit and straw hat all for 90c resolutions and were loudly applauded. turtle ..,g au anjmi out a reptile of the upon the democrats of the country to or Brothers sold their Jamba to Jas. McCar. this .,,, gAtiize and secure his defeat. week. All wool black Cheviot suits cut this week and will be The colonel spoke next day in .Midway CU.lIlt: Oflt.lt.E3. ley at $3 25 per head, to bo taken beand then came his innings. lie Bcureu The Senate has disposed of the Ha tween June and July 10 c.ii .!.,. i . n.. ni..la v:,, Baughman sold at S5, not a one in the lot but what is worth 58. the preachers fore and aft and ridiculed nieon after drinking seven glasses of waiian question by udopting a resolu- Bros., of Boyle, are buying sows and the judgj to the delight of his audience, whisky inside of an hour. tion recognizing the right of the people pigs, paying from $S.50O f 12, for a sow for the most part made up of his folTwo jockeys were killed in a hurdle of Hawaii to establish their own form of with a litter of 0 or T head. Lancaster lowers, lie also took occasion to dress race at Pueuaixville, V. Neither of Government aud opposing interference Record. the lion. Bill Owens down, referring to them were prominent riders. therewith by the United States or any IlurU or tin' .Ni'lKlilmr. him as a knight of the round table, who other Government. The subject of anCol. Breckinridge has declined to deMen's Hrogan Shoes 75c; Oil Grain Huckle Shoe Si-ithat can During the profit finunoinl critrt it Is will be permitted to return to his prac- liver Uie Fourth of July oration atVi.il-to- nexation is ignored, Children's Shoes and Oxfords Chicago, where he reported probable that great deal of charity has not be bought elsewhere under 51.50. tice at Louisville and Kebels in Sun Salvador are III. been as badly misdirected as was that of Men's fine Shoes any stylt and prite you want. haa been kept too busy toncquaint him 25c 35ci 55c Tue daughter of Andrew I'adlack, of to have attacked the troops under Gen. n charitably young woman in self on the issues of the t'ay. Said he: Marshville townahip, N. Ezela, killing 000 men and putting the Providence, who is noted f(,r r novel Come to see us and wc will load you down with C, haa five dif- ft.t puwiuimj u, l.: u.r..... f.nm lliia jereUt In..!'... .. remainder of the army to rout. Thecap ways of helping lite needy. uie - !l.!l!... Krandmotherd and district pisses human credulity; lam not motueriJ ital city is in a state of consternation, the "I have Mich a pity for these poor an obstacle iu Ins pathway to a seat ini l A Cmcinunti man has sued Lt. C!ov. residents hiding thair valuables aud street !iiuiaimh!" sli,i Ki,j on( ,jy. , r, 'l ll pay one old Italian 40 ceu n week regucongress, ... i were ueau in leiiiuveui A"orau,ui - making other preparations in anticipa Sharp for HO,7 larly. He plays in the yard every Thursfrom .1 district he would not succeed. lost ut Middlesboro by their misrep- - tion of a visit from the rebels. ,.. the , . i day afternoon." ... ....v. aijio MlsillUb mil uu. cici,h n The tlood in the Columbia river conrefutations. Than you ever were before "But that iiiuM be hard. makes his contest on the demerits of an- i tinues, and for a distance of GOO miles ways on hand nnd tho noise TobonI Gov. Mathews, of Indiana, hai or- must bo other and tries to profit by his misfor- dered out 15 great tedious," said n somewhat nervous comp.iuies of militui to go the valleys are inundated, and tunes." Several of the boarding houses to Caunelbtirg, where atliiira are growing damage has resulted. The water is still friend. at Versailles refused to entertain the very serious. "Oh, 110," was the coiimlncont renlv. rising at Portland. The salmon canning colonel and he was openly insulted by business haR bean almost annihilated. "The maid Imn to attend to that, nnd, as A contract for buil Jiug &j miles of for tho music, I don't hear it, for Tliurs-da- y many women of the town who wait railroad, to be known as the HotSpnugs, Over 2,000 families are homeless along is my afternoon ut the club." ed till he was through and then marched Little Hack and Texas, was let ut Hot the Kraser river, and the loss is estima- Youth's ComiMiuion. into the hall to hear Mr. Settle speak. Springs, Ark. ted at 53.000,000. 'J he canvass waxed warm and if gore is A. URHANSKYJ& CO., Proprietoi A man with so terrible a wound in I.'.im of Col. A. W. Hamilton, stepson of not spilled before it is over all the signs the throat that he has to wear a tube to Mr. Sli111pur.su But why do you insist John S. Williams, has announc T. D. RANEY.JManagcr. will fail. ed ins candidacy for Congress in the enable him to breathe luu been con Unit our daughter should iimrry a man His whom she does not like? You married demned to death in Pennsylvania. Poor old Charlie Moore has been bluff 10th district. for love, didn't you? Tue Jellico miners succeeded in get counsel has petitioned for commutation ed some more. Some one sent him a Mrs. Slimjiur.se Yes, but that is no letter reflecting on the private life of Will ting the Coal Creek miners to strike of sentence to imprisonment for life, for reason why should let our daughter Owens, which he had put in type and again aud 4,000 are out until a National the reason that, if the man were hung, make the .same blunder. Now York unless his head were jerked oil", he would Weekly. would have printed had not that gentle- settlement is effected. . . r fPi remain alive breathing throuph the tube. a ue sewage oi L.os ngeies, uai., is man heard of it and made a call on him. I'npnliir I'roiliK tluti. He told Moore that if he published the conveyed 10 miles out into the Pacific "I'm not much of u literary man MATRIMONIALMATTERS. letter he would do so at his peril aud ocean and there finds on exit 30 feet besaid th the big publishMiss Clara Newman, of Bellefon-tain- ing house, filling out another check, the fire eating editor came off the roost. low the surface of the water. The consequence was that the Blade apO., sweet 10 nnd pretty, committed "and yet my writings nre more fought The Supreme court affirmed the de peared with a blank space in it where the cision of the Virginia court of appeals, suicide by jumping into her father's well after than thoso of any other man about the establishment." Chicago Tribune. letter was to have been. Owens defend- refusing to permit Mrs. Belva Lockwood Jealously was the cause. 10 persons out of ed the men who caught Moore at a small to practice law in Virginia. Statistics show that A M UJ . SUMMERLongshot Do you consider horseshoes station in Burhon and attempted extort In an interview, Gen. Neal Dow ac- 1,000 who are confined in the lunatic from him a statement as to where he got knowledged for the first time in his life asylums have been made insane by love on emblem of luck? Placer Yes, when thc-- nro on the certain information and he has it in for that his prohibition liquor law is "not affairs. This love business is a rather winning horeo. him. Owens Bays he is made up entire enforced at all in Portland." serious affair. Queen Yictoria is the most powerful ly of egotism and cownrdice. A sudden rise in the Arkansas river AT! broke seven levees at Pueblo, Col., flood- widow on the globe. She rules 1 l,473,0o" is made that Judge Vin- ing A statement four square miles of the town and square miles of the earth's territory and our Fruit cent Boreing, of Laurel, will make the causing not less than $300,000 damage. Writ 378,72o,S57 of its population. She be- At KiriL'svllle, Firms and Nurierim nn miln fine a Lincoln county. We have of race for Congrees in this district on the rrer any man ever hamll!. nock of came a widow December 14, 1S01. Judge Taft, of the Federal court at rcauy or iranipuniins mu orcnard ami carilrn republican ticket. There is no law An exchange says: "It is said that thii Orchard of Applet nnd I'eachea will Cincinnati, refused to enjoin Iteceiver lie againat an outsider running for Congret-ault dancing makes girls' feet large. It is Thcanorted to nice, cuitnirrri at $10 per hundred c Felton from reducing the wages of Cin the the licit trrei arc in any district he chooses and representneeded to make home attractive and the also said that icecream produces freckles. children happj will bo found hnrc. For circular ing it too if elected, but we opine that cinnati Southern employes 10 per cent. Doctors are of the opinion that hanging addrei J. A. ,MKICK & CO., The monthly debt statement of the the judge is too sensible a man to run his 4 Kingavtllo, Ky on the front gate produces rheumatism. head in a hornet's nest. Besides it would treasury issued yesterday shows a net The chewing of gum disorta the mouth. AS ASSIGNEE OF be a reflection on the alleged great man cash balance in tho treasury of $ll",Sol, Playing the piano destroys the beauty of of this district for him to come and take 33.3, of which $"8,093,20" is gold reserve. washing dishes causes the bauds, and .away their chances for martyrdom. The The skeleton of a mastodon was un- chaps to come to propese. Btory is doubtlets a weak invention of earthed in Clark county, O., the bones I offer for tale pmately Mi Is Keceiving His FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. the judge's enemies. weigh 1,700 pounds. The animal mua WHOLE STOCK of GROCERIES, have been 13 feet high and 25 feet long. Kngland's champion trotting record The Kentucky Press Association be&c , on reatonable tirrcand tfrmi. 1 he Mock hai Tho Louisville grand jury indicted is 2:21 J. gins a three days session at Frankfort to beru cleared of all damaged ffooJt, ; Goods Warranted and a Pcrlect Fit Guaranteed. Give mc call. tho pool roome, but refused to indict the In Germany $1 10,000 will bo trotted morrow with an attractive program. Is in First Class Condition disorderly houses. It recommended for this season. There will be hops, a reception a the and located moU deuraMe ttandt In John Klmore bought of Alex Martin the city in one of the the daily papcrt will bi governor's mansion and banquet for that these be placed under police superhe agency ol vision. for J 00. a horse tramfcrred to purchaieir cf ttick and ta muKe the entertainment and delectation of the A NICE LOT OF of ii;iderablfl revenue J II I'AXTON Zick Thompson, of Wellston, O.i W. A. Colley sold to Win. Morelanil knights of the quill who will come up 11 Ainsnee. from the four quartets of tho State to aged 70, on a wager ate at one sitting a 05 lambs at 3) to oc. A. F. Moberly sold to B. G. Fox a 3- - ' eniov it. Like Cliri.Htmna. this meeting six pound chicken, a large loaf of bread a can of b'lStnl bmm8 aml ,lrank 'w Kl- - year-ol- d gelding for $110. comes but once 0 year, and it is always a JUH OI Waltf. mumnrnhln I 1.UK Bawhido shoes for race horses are VHW MWll tkLStW avont in flit livcu nt llwi rtii-i- l 11 Ll lJVtlU AND The biennial convention of the Su- being introduced in the rooster as well as the city chicken. premo Lodge and the biennial encampThe Winchester Sun reports sale of Tub statement in the Louisville Times ment of the Uniform Bank Knighta of several lots of hogs at 4 to 4jc. that an agricultural entomologist report- Pythias will convene at Washington on The United States stands ahead of ed to this paper that he found 200 cut Monday, August 27. all nations in the value of cattle. worm in ono post hole and 2,700 in anThe Grand Biver Company property, The Woodford Sun says J. A. Cohen other is true, except in the following which was, during the "boom period." bought a car load of 200 pound hogs at SOLD TO Our entomologist hasn't never mentioned in figures less than a 1.10 to Mc. particulars: ALL POINTS: been counting cut worms, he did not tell million, has been sold for 77,000, tho Gay Bros , of Woodford, sold to a OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, us so, nor did we Bay that he did. cash payment being only $15,000. New York party a combined mare by "Among liars it is nn all too common The Seventh district republican Silver King, for 100. WISCONSIN, miscalculation to dig for the public a pit committee issued a call for a convention S. T. Martin sold 27 lambs averaging MISSOURI, KANSAS, so comprehensive us to engulf them- at Lexington September 2b to nominate S2 pounds to J. L. Powell at 5 cents. selves." a candidate for Congress. They want to iiarrodsburg Sayings. NEBRASKA, COLORADO, The Somerset Fair, the greatest of Tub republican leagues in session at see what the democrats will elo first. ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, The gubernatorial contest in Geor- them all, will begin Tuesday, Sept 4, Frankfort adopted a Bet of resolutions as TEXAS, long as your ami, in which the present gia has grown into a fight between the and as usual, will run four days. is viewed with alarm and every- administration aud the John Madden nnd Gus Straus, of IHE WEST, situation S0UTH-WEdemocrats, and the campaign prom- Lexington, have sold their sensational thing, nearly to the ravages of the potato FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS Harry Keed to M. F. Dwyer bugs, charged to the democratic adminis- ises to ho as intense as the one just ended two year-ol- d AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. for 512,000. tration. The delegates chosen for this in Alabama. The new compulsory education law Reports from the western third of THE BEST ROUTE TO THE district to attend tue national association at Denver, Juno 15, are George W. which hew York State will be putin forco Kansas are very discouraging, and show Hutchison, J. W. Yerkee, J. L. Murtry, after January 1, requires every child that the wheat crop in that section to be 'UttMAN VESTIBULED COACHES. between the ages of 8 and 10 to attend a total failure. L. V. Dodger SLEEPING AND DINING CARi flchool from October 1 to the following Carrithers &, Beard, of Lexington, It is a matter of sincere regret that June. SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE bought 12 work mules in this county, for Hon. Clifton It. Breckinridge, of ArkanEvery; thingSyou can think of in thc Fine Chinaware line. Call and About 1,000 business meu met in which they paid an average of $100. WRFOLK0WESTERN RAILROAl to Consas, is defeated for New York Friday evening to protest Richmond Register. examine and get prices. CHCAPCST, BEST AND QUICKEST LINE, gress. He is a Kentucklan by birth, a againat the income tax. A resolution J. E. Lynn and K, P. Woods have son of Gen. John U. Breckinridge and was adopted requesting Writo for Hates, Mai, DcscrlptlT similar meetings bought several hundred lambs of variamphlew, to any glatlon Agent, or to has made a most valuable member. all over the country. Senator Hill sent ous parties at 4c. They have handled W. . CVILL, ALICN MULL, M. f. BRAGG, Judge John S. Little is the victorious Wa'l fu.t.(.r4l. 111.. I'wnrtr Aft. Trll !". ig a letter of regret. candidate, several thousand this season. Stanford, 111U Vlkf, A. HOiVIKE, t. tllLI HII1H, O. Somk timo hbo the Weekly Courier-Journ- al The Ctlhoun Ledger eays: "Ono of. A young African ruined Bev Solow offered 110 in cash prizes to sub- is a Btudent at William's CoHeRe. He J. M. Blackford's ewes gave birth to a at scribers who could fiuure closest to the will soon go back and become King of "' v.lnf.iTiifl tcn.taf lent turn. Iinnil.nl IU.1. "" " "I eyed, lamb the other night. actual rninfull nt Louisville during Bendoo. May. Twelve thousand Rileeses were In a Pirn nt OUnmwn. In., causini? n i How in that for a curiosity?" " H H. Crow, of the Shelby City vicin received. Thirty Kuessers named the loss of $223,000, one person was burned I exact measurement, II IK) inches, while to death, ono fatallv nffecteul by smoke ity, reports the foals of n couple of fillies OF THE DAY. by Temple Bar, 2 17J, ono out of Stcrm 101 others chiiio within four hundredths and three others seriously injured. or less of the actual figures. All of these The New York Herald's Washington Queen, by Hail Storm, and the other out Low Prices and fine assortment of Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, will pet from f 10 to Vlo, besides the beBt correspondent thinks that President Edith Duroc, by Messenger Duroc. Executor W. H. Iliggins reports the! rxnis nnu anocs at tne Louisville store, mis wceic win oeuic greatest weekly in tm world. Cleveland is, at last, about to awaken sale of his fuller's personalty as very sat from his lethargy on the tarilf question, To those who voted for ii change it declaring that he comtemplates denounc- isfactory. Cows pold at ?25 to? 10, horses aecus almost incredible that J. Lowrie ing the Gorman-Senat- e compromise af- at $10 50 to $s" To, sheer, with InmliH ' I Bell, n rantankerous republican, should fair. thrown in, at 1. 12, sows ami pigs $1 1 10 ' unvu been permi'ted to hold the lucra The Willamette river haa reached to $20 IK) and corn at $3 00 per barrel in i tive otlii'o ot Heconu itAsiPtant potmaater the remarkable height of 80 feet above the crib. gtineral until he voluntarily rt Misneil on low water and continues to rise, as the At the annual meeting of the pnsi-- ' SUimlay last. There are enough demo- huow in the mountains is rap! lly melt- dents and secretaries of the various nssu-- 1 crats to run this country and tno boys ing. The upper Columbia and the Fras. ciatious constituting tho Grand Irottillg 'rii, if uc llir-ninn' mil witbfflfr rlsi hllf hnfiT.iitic oi'i.f ' ,h in the trenches are netting most all tired er also continue to rise nnd cause further Circuit, it wan decided to hang up nt the, , U niSl; 20C'' from tired of having republicans to rule over damage. ditlerent tracks thit season i $211,000, ConK and SCC thc mo,K,' we rt,U savc . years to them. worth 35c; Percale waist 25c, worth double tne money. Negotiations are on foot for the pur- with one of the associations still to be Ladies' Shirt Waists 50c in white and colored, not a one worth less chase of 200,000 acres of land in Califor- heard from. Tiik Shelby Sentinel is 50 years old The Prix du Jockey Club, the French than and is celebrating its jubilee. Its found- nia on which to locate n colony of 14,- Si. Ladies' fine quality Swiss ribbed vests, regular price 25c, Uhitii-tlll- y er, Mr. Fletcher l'oynter, does not ap- 000 Roumanians. These people are from Irbv, worth J2T.200, was won at will be sold this week at 15c. Ladies' ribbed vests which are .sold evSunday by Gospodar at odds of In pear to have been in the business so Bessarabia and are of German descent, 1. After the race tho horse and his jock- erywhere at ioe will be sold this week for 5c. anso long. The years set very lightly on who object to their country being ey wore attacked by a mob, who believed him and may ttiey continue to do so till nexed to Huesia. that in his former race, when Gospodar A meeting of Oldham county demohe celebrates his centennial in journalcrats was held at Brownsboro Saturday ran unplaced, he had not been properly ism. ridden. 'V"l two-eare- fnl The : Sensation ! ' BARGAIN WEEK ln'o ,U' i., H's C IL O T H ING. o ..,,. ..... 1 1 n, 11 .... tiipil 1 - great-grun- d- 1 ,....,, 11 ,,, . Goods fop Less Money, : I LOUISVILLE STORE, STAXTFOHD, K7 Ex-Sena- i:i, rlt-nr.- 1 -- my-teif- ," f e, 1 y Tit-Bit- s. TRUNKS, VALISES. STRAW HATS Neckwear & Underwear --- Fruit Trees For Sale H. J. McROBERTS. -- s vant-tie- t hvcry-thin- H.6.RUPLEY,-- 1-to1lto.y,.- k A. A. WARREN -- SPRING AND SUMMER -- GOODS. -- 11 1 1 W U NORFOLK Kt. I I WESTERN TICKETS BOYS' CLOTHING At Half Price for Cash, To Close Out Stock. J. K. VANARSDALE, M0RTH-WE5- T, S1 GLASSWARE QUEEN SWARE, NORTH AND EAST. CHAMBER SETS, DINNER SETS, Sec. Tlme-Tablc- 5, FARRIS & HARDIN. 1 V Ky ,s - , U 4 Semi-Weekly i! w. r 1 persons presented themselves for examination as common school t You will find the best Block nnd The examiners are Woort machine repairs and binder teachers Friday. prices nt A. K. Penny's. Profs. M. J. Brough and 0. H. Holmes twinoat V. ii. Higijins'. .JunkO, 1891 Stanford, Ky., Bnd they have about 1,000 pages of manMAKRyournrraiiKetnents to ntteinl the Skk our window this week, It is a uscript to examine. Stanford Fair, July 11) nnd i0. Water Bottles, Olive Dishes, Salad Bowls, etc., in new and elegant "daisy." Danks, tho Joweler. E. C. Walton, Business Manager STANroitt) designs. We have also a fine selection of imported Ra'k. Kd Drye, n negro who has been Fair Tliursdny and Friday, See tho new jewelry nnd watches nt working for Mr. Forestns Reid, was ar'JO. Uig premiums (or stock July 19 and MEANS MUSIHESS. Penny's. He can't be undersold. rested by Marshal Newland and lodged nnd bicycle race. . in jail yesterday chanted with commitIJuv your ncIiooI books nnd school Oi'it great sale of sample shoes and Si'mmkk peerns to have come with ting a rape on Ruth Thurmond, a resnil kinds nt A. It. 1'enny's. ol slippers is still going on. One more lot pectable colored married woman. Tho Watciiks, clocks and jowelry repaired Summer time. It lias been warm enough ust received. B, F. Jones & Sou. negroes are considerably incensed nnd and wnrrnnted. iSngrnvinii n specialty, for the Inst few days. nt A. It. Tunny's. We want you to call and see these goods, The prices wc know Fon Rkst. Hoiiho nnd lot belonging will mako it hot for Drye, if they get a Ki.i. Wash Owblky, colored, lor many TiiKlarueHt stork of Druits, Medicines, will please you. rerlnmory, Paints nnd Wall Paper nt years ii preacher in the Christian church, to Mrs. Bettie Alford on Danville street, chance. Pescriptions n upecinl- - died Sunday, a'i-c-l SO. A. It. Penny's. good garden already In7or particulars Tin: republicans held a meeting here y- call on T. II. Saunders. yesterday and named the following Thk annual conceit of Stanford Femnio and sent them uuinstructed to the Boy the young lady something pretty PERSONAL POINTS. College will occur Thursdny night nnd from Danks, the Jeweler. These pres- Nicliohnville convention, which meets Mns. Uanmk Huiikh und llnttio wentto the llunl exercises Friday night next. ents are much mure lasting than flowers Thursday: F. W. Dillion, Chas. ButchDanville Sunday. cases against Bird Matheny and and ran not fail to please. Prices nre er, A. (J. Carman, G. M. Davison, G. W. Thk Mil. John M. Ham. whs elected trustee Gentry, II. J. Harman, Joo Phelps, SylhiB Johnson were compromised by lowest, considering iiality of goods. in thisrchool district. Ceisar Minor. Edmund Simpson, J. T. the payment of ?" and costs, or nbont Mies Macioik Anbi.kv, of Lebanon, is No Auction Nkckssaiiy. J. B. Terry, J. L. Johnson, F. M. Flenner. 7 r0 a piece. visiting Miss Hettiu Weareu. assignee of A. A. Warren, says that Mna. Joe Covtky went up to Mving-sto- n Ql'Itk nn enthusiastic fair meeting Whs Tub Junior Club of Christian College, the latter is closing out his stock so rapSunday to sue her Bister. Hnstonvllle, will give a reception Wed- idly at cost that there will he no neces- held at the court house Snturday afterMips Mahv Smith went to Lexington nesday evening, (Uli, to which this olllco sity for an auction. Lots of bargains noon when it was unanimously decided Sunday and returned yesterday. acknowledges invitation. to have the fair. Thursday and Friday, yet. Miu J. A. Hu.diNs, of Richmond, was July 11) and 20, were the days settled on Buy goods of us as cheap as same goods are sold anywhere in KenA vkhy largo crowd nttended circuit Pkiisonb having claims against W. M. down to attend his father's sale. and we predict on those days the finest tucky. No better stook of Wash Goods to be found. Our prices Iliggins, deceased, will please present court yesterday, but if it had any money lot of horse Mil. and Miis Moniiob Smith Iiinvo stock ever in this section will and all indebted to speak of it did not let this office, know from a visit to friends nt Kubnnks. them properly proven be exhibited here. Hon. John Sam Ow- range from 5c up. All of our choice Woolen Dress Goods are now to same, will call and settle. W. II. Hig- it to nny considerable extent. Our busMim Mauy Coiih McKinnky is spend sley was called to the chair and after to be closed out before July 1st. At that time wc must begin to buy executor. iness manager was abed and only a ing several days with Mrs. W. M. "right. gino, stating the object of the meeting, E. O. for the fall trade and these must go. Our Black Dress Goods are alpay their debts without being of Lexington, Mns. Stivx Swift, Walton was elected secretary. visitors crfn find u cool place Work of Couut dunned, the more's the pity. Come in electing ways up to a high standard in has been on n visit to Miss Virginia How ami the best of service in shaving and officers was began when Mr. and ).ay your debts like an honest man. Owsley man. was made president without a hair cutting In my shop under the St. dissenting vote. R. L. Hubble and J. J. W. I.AMBI.V, of Crnb Orchard, will Asaph Hotel. Kd. Wilkerson, tho expeCliuTiT court was convened at 0 o'clk. likely locate at Corbin, bo the Knterprlsu rienced barber. K. yester lav with his honor, Judue M. C. M. Bruce were mado saya. following C. Walton secretary, Joel T. Embry, as- Don't buy until you examine our stock. Our Summer Weight Thk ladles of the Christian church Sauflej, on the bench. The T. H. Saundeiis nnd fntnily hove inov-e- d sistant secretary nnd W. F. McClary at Crab Orchard will give a strawberry grand jurors were selected: O. J. Crow, treasurer. The directors selected nre aa Clothing is now to be sold; we will not carry them over. Our into Mrs. Kate Hays' Iioubo on Main and Icecream supper next Fridny night, foreniHi ; W. H.Simpson, I). S. Johnson, follows: R. H. Bronaugh, J. K. Baugh customers we know will buy when street. they have the' prices. You can J. K Carson, A. C. Robinson, John M. 1'iuttv Misa Maiiik Waiiiikn, of Dan- Oth, to pay for the damage done their Hail, Wnlter Fields, G. W. Spangler, G. man, A. E. Hundley, J. E. Bruce, T. C. buy a Clay Worsted Suit, Shirt, Shoei, Hat, Tie. Socks, Suspenders Yeager, W. A. Tribble, W. W. IUvb, J. ville, is vlfltlng MIm Jennie nnd Marie church by storm. S. McKlnney, Charles Scott, J. K. Pleas-antand Drawers from us for $12.50. Come and see for yourself. A laWarren. E. Farris and W II. Wearen. Nine honSaunSam W. Mknkfkk took Walter J. F. Drye. Commonwealth's AtMns. V. A. Moiikiii.y and children, ol ders Richards, known as Pat, back to the its value. A good were selected from dy can buy a Spring Jacket or Wrap for one-hal- f torney John Sam Owsley, Jr., delivered orary Loretto, are with her parents In the disposition to wander tho charge to the grand jury, in winch the surrounding countiep: T. A Elkiu, pair ol Kid Gloves for 50c, in large sizes. All our Gloves, Hosiery, Asylum Friday, his neighborhood. about giving his friends so such trouble he covered every crime in tho category Garrard, Dick Gently, Boyle, R. M.Jack- Corsets, Laces, Trimmings, Parasolls, Umbrellas, &c, arc down to' Mil. JAMbU A. Hakiiis, who has been that they could not longer care for him and did it in a most interesting man- son, Laurel, Joel Embry, Madison, J. L. sell. If you buy from us $io's worth of goods for cash you get one exriously ill of heart diceaso, was reportJoplin, Rockcastle, Robert Forsythe, ner. of the finest crayon pictures of yourself ever made. Come and exAn. the grocery ami hardware stores ed better yesterday. The following petit jurors were then Mercer, F. P. Combest, Casey, W. M. M. beginning will close at 7 o'clock i Mn. and Mks W. (). Si'kkd, of SomerCatron, Pulaski, and S. T. Riley, Jessa- amine the work. Don't delay but come now. Moses Colloy, J. S. Owsley, Sr , . chosen: set, are visiting relatives and friends June 7th, except Saturdays, until Sept-1st- B. W. Gaines, John Kdmiston, Robert mine. About all of the stock is taken closNo goods sold nfter stores Bre hero nnd nt Hustonville. Barnett, N. W. Sampson, W. A. Beazley, and with Mr. Owsley president, assisted Miss Lizik Mknitkic left Friday to ed. Tho other stores ought to follow J. S. Anderson, A. B. McKmney, Cicero by two splendid men as attend the Lynnland commencement and suit. together with a capital directory wo see Reynolds, 1). S. Rill'e, J. G. Lynn, Ken-ne- r visit friends in Glasgow. no reason why the fair will not prove a of visiAn impromptu hop in honor Farris, Hugh Seargent, B. W. Mns. U. F. Jo.nks has gone to Middle-towsuccess from a financial hb well as other was greatly enjoyting young ladies W. II. Dudderar, David ICubanks, to nttend the commencement of ed by 20 couples or more, and many standpoints. A committee was appoint-- e Win. Bastin, K. S. Powell. Dr. J. T. Miss Rosa Jones' school. to select grounds and it will very likespectators. Mrs. Joe Portman furnished 1). Boone, K. L. J. S. Moberly, G. Miss LrrriK Hxlm is back from a pro- tho piano music and all present say they ly decided on Mr. W. V. Hays' race My $3.50, $4, S4.50, S5, $5.50, S6and $9 Leather Bottom, Rocker Tanner and Jeff Jones. tracted visit to her sister. Mrs. J. F. never danced by better. on the Hustonville pike, as the Leather cover spring edge coucher, Parlor Suits. Tho jury made a bad beginning by track Walton at Orescent Springs. hanging in the first case before It, that of premium list will contain several bicycle Marshal Kllis, of Junction City, ar- Sam Baker for furnishing a minor liquor races for each day. The catalogues will Mu. Cii.uu.xy Chits and little son, of London, Ohio, mo visiting tho family of rested Mack and Win. Moore on bench be out in a week or so and those desiring A fine of 110 was entered against the warrants charrging him with numerous her father, Mr. (leorge Kubnnks. them or other information concerning I have the most complete line of Suites ever handled in IIayinh failed to attend to such mat- oflenses, Saturday, and brought them sheritrof Rockcastle for failure to return the fair should address the secretary. Stanford. Solid oak suites from $1$ to $60. Walnut and natural manager here, where they gave bond. They hnve pummonB in tho case of W. F. Clymer. ters In his youth, tho business A number of cases wero continued and cherry, book cases, hall trees, center tables, combination desks, sidebeen West since the alleged commission is down with n had case of mumps. NEW ADVERTISEMENT. several dismissed for want of proof and boards, dining chairs, window shades, curtain poles, mattresses and Miss Mattik Hoslky, of Lincoln coun- of the olleneen. other reasons. springs, pictures. I am headquarters. The bottom has raveled out ty, is tho guest of her brother, Col. John Mu. John B. Dkkxiison, seeing the Jim Banks, who has been in jail six of prices. Picture frames made to order On Wardrobes you can L. Ilosley. Winchester Democrat. notice in our last of the four old demo- months for the killing of Jim Middleton D. S, Johnson was elected school truscount 25 or 35 per cent off of past prices. Large French Plate Mircrats, who have been voting for half n another negro, was discharged for want tee in the Hustonville district nfter n rors so cheap that I will only sell one to a customer. My prices are century and never scratched n democrat- of proof to convict him. spirited contest with W. It. Williams. no secret out tney pay the Ireight. ic ticket, Bays he was SO last September, John Warren for cutting Aionzo Baker Mini CrrriKTiiunMONi) went to Hore for VanBuren and Aionzo Baker for cutting John that he cast his first vote Cavo to see her littles nephew, a son of for president and thnt for nearly GO years Noaks in a general row In tho Kast End Mr. S. 0 Thurmond, who is very sick. ho has nlwnys voted straight except wero tried separately aim acquitted. Mn. J. W. Nohtii, the Intkiiioh Joint-nawhen ho voted for Horace Greeley, The caso of Odio Paul for tho murder Notice of Dissolution of CoFarinership. West F.nd reporter, was hero Satur hich he did under protest. of Ike Helm was called and after the day to be examined for school teacher. Commonwealth had passed on 11 jurors, Mns. F. C. Skvkkanck, nnd Misses BesThk Red nnd Blue were victorious at an order to summon 25 lty mutual consent the partnersie Severance nnd ICIla May Saunders are tho declamatory contest at Winchester, the court made more men, and at 4:15 adjourned till this bevisiting Mrs. Will Pillion at Livingston and they came home In high feather, ship heretofore existing between morning. Mn. and Miis. S. II. Koi'T, of Huston- decked In their colors and giving vent to A. C. Sine and J. N. Mcnefeewill ville, have been visiting the families of their school yell. James M. Sautley won Both Killed. Andy Johnson, the be dissolved on the first day of JuMessrs. Joe H. Rout and B. K. Wearen. the medal by the superior manner in Bell county terror, is no more. His murly, 1S94. Mn. ami Mrs. McDowkm. Faiii nnd which he declaimed "SparticuB to the derous career was ended Saturday night, Read the following prices and profit thereby. Trices are what peoLittle Isnbel, of Hartford, nre visiting Gladiators," whiM was awarded by Gov. when he adde another to the long list Accounts due the firm and notes ple want and not Mrs S. O. Hocker and Mra. S. M. Owens. Brown, Judge Scott ami Rev. T. W. of murders he had committed. Thnt that are past due and not paid by Mks. 0. Ii. Pa ink nnd Louise left for Wiitts and presented by the governor in fruitful sourcoof rows in the mountains, time will be placed in the Boston yesterday, accompanied aa far se an appropriate speech. Hughes Curry, a dance, was in progress nt Pineyille and that Cincinnati by Mr. and Mm. W. P. Tate, of Winchester, won the second prue. all went merry until Jim Horn wanted hands of an attorney for collection. Mn. I'd F. Owknh will leave for Cum- The town was decorated with crimson to leave with one of the "gals." Andy, In order to dispose of our stock berland Falls this morning nnd will go nnd gold nnd great enthusiasm was man- who was deputy marshal of tho town, on hand we will make special low Bring your cash with you, as these prices are for cash only. All objected nnd said ho would arrest him if through by road with his wagons nnd ifested. .. prices during the month of June. competitors will say we are foolish for selling new and seasonable go. Horn said he wasn't horses. Sunday was aa ruroa day as ever camo ho attempted to Wc desire to thank the public goods at such prices, but we want the goods to move and know Mrs. J. T. F.mbry afraid of him and started out. Andy Mns. Fannik in leafy June nnd for a rarity no rain fell followed. In a moment n couple of pis- for their very liberal patronage and Mies Annie Dunn nre spending n to spoil the spotless white dreeses of the tols shots were heard in tho darkness, during the time we have been in week at Mr. J. B. McKinney's in the pupils of Stanford Female College as followed by others in quick succession West Kml. Presthey marched in double file to tho W. L. Williams nnd Misi Dollio and then all was quiet. When the rev- business. Respectfully, Ritv. byterian church to listen to the comyy,Q i2)Xc Zephyr Gingham ioc Ginghams elers went out to see what had happenWilliams, who has just returned from & ioc mencement sermon, which, by tho way, her school at Richmond, were down to had been prepared for u dill'erent occa- ed they found Andy dead nnd Horn in 20c Zephyr Ginghams 15c 18c 25c Zephyr Ginghams pee Mrs.O. II. Pal no Sunday. the agonies of death, nnd in n half hour sion.' Dr. J. V. Logan, of Richmond, ho too All wool Serge and Henrietta, black ayd colors, at sold evhad breathed his last. Andy Mibs Mauy Holmka Lusk nnd Kate preached a lenrued dormon from "Ye are though comparatively n young GoodsUt a pair ot Hustonville beauties, Cook, Johnson, erywhere at 50c. All wool Novelty usual price 50c. Witnesses. Saith tho Lord," which man, had killed not less than six and were here Sunday, occompanied by uiv Worst Challies, dark grounds, 19c. All Novelty Dress Patterns less o with deep interest by the was listened A probably ten men in his short caMessrs. Les Reld and J. M. Alverson. than cost to import. " Amono the visiting attorneys' hero yes- audience thnt filled every available space reer, but strange to say had gone acquit JOHN S HAYS' HE1KS, PIff. ) Notice building. Tho next thing ol Judge It. J. Breckinridge, of in tho largo administerday were in each, so loosely was justice ' MKIRS.Dcltj..1 Sale. If you need a Black Dress you should see our stock and prices. We JOHN S. in tho closing exercises of the school is Danville, W. O. ft W. B. Hansford nnd tered in that section at tho timo. One l'urnuant to a judgment and order ol sale herf-i- n want you to compare these prices with those made by other hoitees Thnn-da- y tho concert, which will bo given Sunday morning in Pinovillo ho waylaid Fontaine F. Bobbitt, of Crab Orchard. at the Fcbnury term, 1894,0! this court, tho and judge for yourself. night, 7th, and to which tho small on Mis. Kiln Mna. Walter Nichols, nnd killed n whole wagon load of peo- underlined CainmUsioner will, of admission fee of 2'icenta will be charged ple, three men nnd a girl, on their way Monday, Juno Nth, 1894, 5TThis sale will commence Monday, May 2S, and close Saturday, .Wheeler and Master Glenn Wheeler, with 10 cents extra for reserved seats, to Chicago, and Mib. Rebeecn Jones, of to church, because ns ho aftorwardu Tho riitt ilav o( the June term ol the Lincoln June 2d. Come nexl week and get a dress at about J3 less than you bo had at McRoberts' drug store. door In the proved, by suborned testimony doubt- County Coutt, before the Lnxlnuton. nro visiting Mra. II. S. With- pay elsewhere. town of staii'ord, Ky., icll at public outcry to the less, that one of them had threatened hlKhest and bent bidder tho lollowing described Positively thk Last. Kver since Mr. , era. A valiub e harm in Lincoln Miesks Fannie Shanks nnd Laura Car-to- r D. W. Vandeveer went into business him. Several years ago he pretended to property,containing by a recent survey made uncounty, returned homo Saturday with their away back in tho he has never failed have gotten religion and fotsukened tho der tne older of thu court, diplomas as full graduates: of Hamilton to writo on his day; hook tho prevailing error of his way, but after evangelizing 254 Acres and 1 Rood of Land, Tho graduating weather of each dny.This record shows awhile, he returned to his old trade. His College, Lexington. numbered 11. class that tho big'.snow of the Spring of 1S3 fell more recent net was the alleged burning Lying about xY, miles from the town of Stanford, .V turnpike Ky.,o the Mu. and Miis. II. T. Hahkih, of LouisApril 10, nnd that Mny 20th, the day Mr. of a mill, in which he nnd Bill Dillion a lid boundedManlord andHuitonvlllethe laDda of road, Wett by North spend the J. W. Rout says it fell, was raiuiug. Reld, W. W. Hays and Aliie G. Karrli; were interested, because he had become ville, arrived Saturday to by tho lauds ol Wra Beclc cent, to the beauty and finish of a home. South and South-WSummer. It is Mr. Harris first visit Mr. Clark Reynolds, of Waynesburg, incensed with him over a settlement, re- jiad others and East by tho lands of Adam Peuce Well Selected, adds 25 per particular hero 10 years ago. Time Bonds us word by Hon. It. O. Wnrren sulting in a law suit. Mr. Dillion mado and Samuel llaughman, but tor a morand bounds, My stock is sure to please you in since he left description ot said Karm by metes Bcems to have dealt very gently with that he is positive' that tho snow fell on no bones of charging the deed to him, the recent survey, by which it will be conveyed to the purchaser, is relerred to. This Farm lies well him. the 17th of April. Ho was married not and for publishing this statement John- for cultivation and is well watered. Has upon it S rooms, una long before nnd he remembers that Mr. son sued the Louisvillo Times nnd got der which dthere is alog house ofat6 or times. For nil dry cellar AND VICINITY. CITY good ponds, a UrKe Billy Gooch came to 6eo him the day be- judgment "by default for $20,000, but it stock purposes two productive Farm and and compleasant modious barn. A A full stock cf Guaranteed Mastic Mixed Paints, Alabastine, VarPenny's is the plnce to buy jew- fore and they went downjto his black- was olterwards set aside. He also threat- in all ot its neighborhood environments. A. It. as a whole Intkhioii Jouknal, who The Farm will be soldproceeds ot for the pur- nishes, &c. smith and got a pint of whisky each. ened to sue the sale amongst elry. pose ot division of the John Perhaps this was so unnatural with them also published Mr. Dillion'a statement. the hens of Sale: S. Hays,ofdeed. la months, in 6 and Credit Terms of cradles, grass scythes, Ac, nt Gbain thnt tho date was impressed on his mind. It Is strange that such n man should equal installments. Ilond with approved personal W. II. Hindu security, bearing 6 per cent interest from day of He saya he is old ami rheumatic, but he have been placed in official position, but sale, having the force and effect ol a Judgment and Before Spring Cleaning. hair cut.Bhave can whip Mr. Rout ifP.he persists in his those who did it buildod wiser than they payable to the Commissioner, and lor lurtherse-curltIk you want ft lien retained on county and State got a hapand will do so the first time he knew. The 'WarreNi or shampoo and hair singe, go to Cook story, Master Commissioner Lincoln Circuit Court. py riddance by it. comes to town. & Farmer. Interior Journal Co.mme.scims.nt presents at Danks'. . Smoke Dix cigars, W. B. McKob- - Tiiirty-nin- b erts. low-es- 2 CUT GLASS I DANKS', : 4 1 nup-pil- es After Dinner Gups and Saucers. ... del-egit- es The : Jeweler. Pax-to- n, YOU : Any One Can, CAN ,1 n e J., t, Style, Quality and Price. XI ".1 n xri 1 1 " Cas-simc- re B t ? M. M e, h?l M May-woo- d ts, HUGHES & TATE. n Giv-en- s, n, Bo-lio- 1 Don't Fail to See 13ed-room Baby Carriages, $5 to $20, W. W. WITHERS. i. ... OPEN YOOR EYES : fi I CHIN MUSIC. 37c, m Di-n- These Priees Will Do It. 37c, SINE MENEFEE. Commissioner's Sal Valuable Farm. ... court-hou- I to-l- t. SEVERANCE & SON. : 1 For-Pit- WALL PAPER - weather-boarde- DESIGN, QUALITY AND PRICE. HAVE VOXJR REPAIRING A. H. FXNlTSr. DONHE . first-cla- y, Dmcglt. ?..-- : iaUjul Semi-Week- ly Interior Journb AT A GREAT INVENTOR. 1'ocal A member of "the fiuest" while cnt-In- g nn englo cyo over a section of Garfield nvcnuo yesterday hoard a tlimiiing not so paid 32.60 ill be charted " nnd shrieking urocoeditiK from rather pretentious house. Feeling thnt murder K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. was being done, ho entered the residence on a trot and found nn old man with n Yratn nave Kowiand at 7:00 a. a., returning very red faco holding n boy in ono hand 5'L&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. and n club in this other. Ho had evidently been hittingthorlub with the boy and la 37 pa Mail traau going North South " ' njpm was quite excited. ., Kxpreis train " South II jt pn "What does this mean?" cried tho offi, .. North tfdbllabod Evory Tuesday and Friday And the .Man Who If nil Him In II ami Want- -' ol Satisfaction. IVORY fijMw ' ?a X'JCU YKAU IX ADVANCM en tar-Wh- 11 ... Ti . IVORY I m. fyj m r. Alwsjt on hand doors above A candidate for Representative In Congress, ub It lei K rapidly opened and it embraces every je t to the action ol the Democratic party of the The Nobiest and Nicest Goods? tnlnif pretty and stylish 1 have encaged Mist Ktghth Congressional l'ltttkt of Kentucky. u 1a Mitt of Cincinnati, to trim for mc S.ie is a I'rii es lower than the Can be had in the market ady of mmh experience and taste and Is sute to An esaminiliiiii of sirxis m give satisfaction. loest Mourning kmmIs a spclalty. Call and MRS rOKIK T CUl KTi before buyinc 10 examine Is a cindtdate lor Justice ol the 1'ntv.e in the MAIIV DAVIS DUDDKRAR. Stanford, Ky precinct, subjiU tn the action ol the Mn. Kate Duddrrar, Manager democratic parly COMMKkCIAL BLOCK. Tost-Oftlc- Ladies, Your Attention, Please. My Stock of Milllnory h jii. j as. d. Mccreary G. IX SMILEY litis-totivll- le We are authoriied to announce To 1 ''osfyxc s Linnieita Park Springs, Junction City Ptst-Oflice, )L. ille precinct ocratic part) ; II. ADAMS, of the 1'oare in the Hut-to- n sultjcct io the action of the dem- Mavis Vertical a It a candidate for Justice hi Sewing n Machines freight North 436 am ' South.... at;ptr Tht Utter trama alio carry passengers. The above ii calculated on standard time. Solar iaa it about 10 minutes fatter. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. 3?o cer. North train pats Junction City R foVestibule 5 tart o a. m. Vesm. Florida Limited . tjp. m Local tibule llows: Gsrin? HI South .lmlted i.tita m Local Vestibule arrives S o p m .inxtd 1:14. 1, m N O Vestibule inp i 18 ti 55 p. m. p. m. Flondi s "Mean?" echoed tho old man inn dazed way. "Why, it means that I nm just now running a little reform school of my own." "What has the boy been doing?" "I'll bo glad to tell yon. It is a pleasure to find MMiicltody who will listen to tho story of my trials. This boy, Mr. Officer, is im mentor. Ho thinks that OOAP 6 noLECOt NTV, K OPEN JUNE 1ST, 1894. The Liuiiletta Springs Co takes pleasure in an- nnutiiinf to its patrons and tlic public Kencrmly that the) haw leased tuls popular resort and hje plat ed the management in ihirge nf Capt Thom-1- 1 lluhroi.h(i' protibwl tolitnes and at Ifiitlon msutes pleasure and com foil te its guetlt. cial lighter and can do Ate the best because 'hey-rugreu'er sanely ofwsirk than any other tewtnjf machine The Ladies of Lincoln County l!lue-l.ra- l lr THI PROCTCH si w?1 T. tcattnna are too well known in that need c inment in thts shiiIcc Ihectillnir) nepartiiitnt wilt W under tho ec char;e of Mrs haliie Rivhaids, whose quaii cHtfty R. ZimmeF, PKAl.t'-IN- - Are cordially invited to call at the M Asaph Hotel and csamlnc tho iiKtrhlne, as wel as sam pies of us work. Mc.MUKKAV IIKt)S, t Stanlard, Ky ij-t- to DR. W. 13. PENNY MUSIC. 1 FOR CLOTHES. hop csery Krids'. esentiif Thi t ail I rui csei ine, Ju"e 5 I IN Hanv' hn Wen employed lor the teaeon. er e nine and tpecutl here svili le dancing Atil Office South JMdo Main St., in omee recently vacated Sv rr. l.re F Hurlmaa, Sunfur.l Ky rand openmit Prof , i ML I 1A bTKlScS CO Fancy GAMJLE CO CINTl. Ti. Ri mi , ManaKer fete n t V L m. Powdet J fi&sofafely Pure A cream of tarter baking powder. Highest of all in leavening Latest United States strength. Government Food Report. &OYAL BAKING POWDER CO., IOO Wall Street. New York. THE F. RILEY B. HOUSE London, RILEY.IProprlotor, - - - Kentucky. I have moved to my new Hotel and am bett.i prepared than ever to accommodate the public Uood Liver) attached and every convenience i. Give me a call. FRANK RILKV. 77 m Cfvtley Uuilding. A. S. PRICE, SURGEO.V DENTIST in Qficsover McRoberts Drug Store Stanford. the no I t such a contrivance on my buggy without telling me? But that isn't all. Ho in vented some of a mixture and put it in tho bottlo I keep my hair dye in. I used it last evening, not knowing what ho had done, nnd I had to sleep with my I tj delivei rranufai.tutcd Ice hat on. It colored my hair a palo green lib am now ., t ilia ClitHfnpJ V t j iw n,vi(Hs SiStnmirk rr tl .lie jistiliuiu EFO R V TCRV LB the rate and glued my hat to it, nnd tho doctor every mornlDK at POUND ef FIFTY CKNT J an LOIS and PLR HUNDRED Dr. E. C. Wett s Nerve and Erain Treatment says I'll have to soak my head in boiling at 75c In smaller lots ko!dnndorHitive written frnarnntee, by author-lieE. BRKMEK, Stuford agents only, to euro Weak .Memory; water for three days before I.can get tho 10 ol Drain and Ners e Power; Lol Matdiood; yuifknesa; old tilo off. Now, I ask you as man to ; Night IrfMso; Kvtl Tck of Confidence, .Nervoniiess; Lasituii; n.l Drnlns; Inof Power man whether I'd better quit pounding THOMAS VEAGER. jf tho Generatlro Oriran In rtth'r f ex, cauod b JAMES VEAGER. YuutUlul orKxceiwiru Useoi this boy now or keep on for a couplo of - H'n ir, win. h rxin lead to hours more?" ToUuiao, Opinm 0& aiiier, CoufUniytion, JiksiiiIj end Death, lly mall, 'Is lie your own boy?" lnboi; 0 for 13; rith wt ttinpuaraiilfj to euro or ulC hYUUl. A certain refund moucy. VILV'fr "Yes." -l j , IJroncUttf, Croup, euro for CougliF, Cof , L1VEET, FEED AND miHINS STABLE, , Wbiptng 8or lirost. Pleasant totnku. "Well, I don't believe I'd quit just yet, 'Smnn rlze dlsco&tlnuod, Di..slzo, now2ic.; c' but you'd better go to the basement so 5lR2,now60c) aUAKiI.TJVdlsauodoclyb, Special Hates to Commercial Men that the neighbors won't hear." Chicago STANFORD, KY. A. R.PENNY, Ky. Tribune. If you need livery give us a call. Nothing but Out nf His Field. will leave our atable. See ut .IK VOU ARE GOING, A certain well known congressman, ferrates. turnouli In our who has been many times, or HARNESS SHOP is somewhat of a farmer, or at least he THE You will find a good assortment of Harness, Brithinks he is, and one day last summer dles, Saddles, Ac. Have sour repairing done by the old fellow who has charge of his our man he understands his business, We have a farm told him they needed a pair of mechanic in our mules on tho place. He thought so himBLACKSMITH SHOP. self, and without consulting anybody he Will guarantee first claas work and satisfactory bought a pair and sent them to the farm. pricca Tiv oar horse shoer. The next day he went out himself nnd Agents for Deenng Machines, the lightest draft LOUISVIllC 4, Nashviuc R. R. found the old man looking tho mules machine on earth, over. la the line for you, at its "Well, Henry, what do you think of them?" Tho old mnn wasn't enthusiastic. Make close connections at "What did you givo for 'em?" he inLOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI quired cautiously. For all points. "Three hundred dollars." THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. Henry made a careful examination of HAGGAOE CHECKED THROUGH them. For any information enquire of "Well," ho said, shaking his head, "I juts HICK. Agent, Ky Stanford, Or guess you know purty much all there Is W. A. McQUOW.V, Trav Pass. Agent, to know about runnin the gover'ment, Junction City, Ky Ilrceder and shipper cf but you don't know a dern thing about mules," which opinion subsequent facts A. G. Lanham John U. Cattleman. proved to be correct. Detroit Freo Thoroughbred Duroc Red Jersey Hogs. Press. the Illinois Central trails alonp six miles of the Lake Front, through tho mot pictures., ue tortwn ol the city, ard lnnds pis'engvM In the maRtiih-cen- t New Central Station on Twelfth Stmt ami Lake Krcnt This station is convenient to the Auditorium, Richelitu, Victoria and Lelaud Ho tels and within two Moilsof the Stato and Wabash Street Cable L.nus and the South Side Elevated Railway, Concmctil stops are aloma1e at H)de Park, Thirty-nint- h Street and Twenty recond Stteet Stations. Magnificent Vestlbuled Trains, Parlor Cars Lara, I'risate Compartment Iluf-fWacner Sleeping Cars and Suptrb l'ming Cars No transfer across Cincinnati to male connections be would lay ovrr Edison if lio had n Your ticket should read w the DIG VOIR chance. He invents nil sorts of things. Route to enjoy these timllepcs. Solid trains Cincinnati and bt Louis, with Palace Ho lins just invented a safety attachSleeping Cars K'livwn St Louis and Inifrgios. It's a beautiful con- I C, via the DIG FOLK Route. ment for IUC. FOfR The elegant service effered by trivance. If your horto is running awaj between Cincinnati nil M Louisthe excelled by is all you have to do is to press a knob with to other lice. Nipht trains are composed ot new imptosed your foot, and the animal is releasod cars throughout, coaihesof the latest strvtce for pattern and Wagner Sleeping Cars in from tho vehicle. I wns driving up a the first tune lUy ttains hate Parlor and lra-i- n Room Cars and Cars Bteep hill yesterday, nnd I accidentally through Palace DutTet evimsite IHnirg between and "I Sleeping Cars Cincinnati, In- put my foot on that knob, and tho first Louis and Washirton I) ( dianapolis and Chesapeake A Ohio Rv., in conthing I knew thnt oltl buggy was sailing nection with the faracus "F V V" The 1' nlng down hill backward at tho rate of 1,000 Car Sers Ice extends through from bt Louis to Weshinifton lor lull miles an hour, and before it struck tho etc . apply to nearest infotmation regarding rates, ticket rgent, or address l bottom it knocked the plato glass front H. Martin, Gen'l Pass and Ticket Agt.or E O ' out of a store, toro up 10 roils of side- McCormick, Pass Trathc Manager Buciln'sAmlca Salvo. walk and killed a cow, and then tho ownThe best salve In the world tor cuts, bruiseis er of the cow pulled me from the wreck sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fover sores, tetter, chapnnd knocked the top of my head off." ped hands, chilblains, corni and all skit crup "And were you whipping tho boy for lions It positively cures pile or no pay required. It ' sfiitranteed to irite perfect satislactioa that?" rel'jnded per hoi 'Partly. What business had ho to put or money A R. Pennv,Pruo JJ cents Stanford. Kv Vrrsale br The Big Four Route io Chicago and St. Louis. The 11IG KOl'R route has tlulct terminal fa. olities at Chicago VI trjlns entrr ChtcaRn on CRAn ORGHARD tA mK mestic Fruits, SEASoiTOF 189'Ca,,NutSt TohMB vm uiol'ml, To the T'lMu -- vn cits discovery by Daniel Itoone nearly a century or more ago the tin- - Mecca of ot Crab Orchard springs has health and pleasure seekers With Its healing, sir-waters, oonlc atmosphere atxl nume-Uroumlings, it at otvee anonU is the e. cisated and a Hone and a .".inltirium deLilitated The vicinity abounds with scenes to charm tht Painter and inspire tnc Poet, "jlvan walks far the ' I'ruM (or Ihe wrary llowliRg, Killlanland Daacing Halls for the light hearted, unit lltiMtinp far th ttMirttmn. Ksn.vial alien' lion is given to the cuisine per week For Terms moderate From $t further information, aptdy tu - ilOF.MANN. Pror GC1, Crab Orchard, Ky ke semsf'j.fnRs6sm6 iui, - Groceries, Higgius & Watts, 'n Foreign and Do- - All Kinds of Coal, : Dealers Stanford, OU ARI. Kv. Ho3pQotfully Invitod. sn lust baclt from Ihe cities with a large and st cl of Ml l.l.I N ERV, whuh I will sell clmapcr than eser Miss l.aura Jaihoe, a I SU-epi- l. Headquarters lor almost anything you Want rllscfe.ted and I ae et When you want a first- - li.in Cincinnati, hurflcnol with can guarrntec satlsfacilen in every (.all aad see my iroods, MISSI.ICC1E riF.AZI.KV, Stanford, Ky. ' class meal for 25c, call on him. 1 R ZIMMEB. Stanford, Ky. loij ,ia D. S. Has CABPENTER, II. At the well known old stand ol J Green, in Ml Hustonvillo, jlsi Ca - Kentucky. &c. in BTTCGir TOPS. and rtndcrs kinds nf Carriage and lluggy Tops, Dashes 1 receivetl a beautiful line of 'j - '"Mlh. J- iity. tr . Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, REPAIRED AND RECOVERED 1'iMt-ciass 1 and see his stock and get his prices which are !"er than anjbodys Iljouwanta Due set uf harness, a whip or a duster Hinder 1 vine for sale Carriage Painter and Trimmer, btauford Ky st)Ie and at Sillfaitory Prices JdllN II DeNARDI, RefreshingA Bath. Hot or Cold, Io sltli.h Hair Trios or CUan hhase, go sfc Cook NEW 1 "T LIFE ICE, ICE. DR. S. G. HOCKER, Tho 111 Fiirmor'8 Dnrbor Shop. Myers House, V W a at t,t-- r I ! . or, DRUGGIST. GKKEN, Proprietor : Stanford, : : Kontucky. d The Drug-Stor- e Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your Hri-n"- wrer-xert!o- Ij-aii- . -- YEAGER VEAGER. Drugs, School Supplies, School Books, Glass, Taints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, Liquors for Medical Purposes. I am still running this rllUon Hotel and will cnnlinue tc (five ray guests the Irtlu.sl alien. Hon as weli as the bcsl the outlet aAurdi. pecial Attention to tho Travel ing- Public. - 1 When you want a first-cla- turnout come to my Couk-li- t- Stanford, The Best Goods for the Least Money, Call and see us. LIVERY STAHLE. Price to suit the hard times. st the Myers House OAce Call or leave Older first-claa- s NORTH WEST, ed PH. S. G. HOCKER, Th. Druggist. GO TO FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK --- STANFORD. KV. -- . W. H. HIGGINS, For Your Capital Stock- - 8200,000 Surplus .................... 21,300 Attention of th. public u invited to th fac that this Is th. only National flank in Stanford Under the provisions of th. National liana Act depositors are secured not only by th. capital (lock, but by the stockholders1 liability lor an amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol this institution ar. secured by a fund of J, 00,000 Tiv. sworn statements of Ihecondition of bank ar. made each yeario the United Statct th. fov.ro-m.ntaits assets are ciamlned at stated time, by government ajenu, thus sreurmj ajdititona snd perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as th. Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1158, then lied as the .National Hank ol Stanford In W, and again re organised as Ihe First National Hank of Slanlord in is3, hat had practically an uninterrupted eiistenceof 11 years It is better supplied now with lacilitica for transacting business prompt ty and libtrally than ever brfor.io its long and honorable career Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solic- Th. Directory ol this Hank is composed ol Fore stus Reul, Lincoln couuty , S. T. Harris, Lincoln; O. A. Lackey, Llucoln; J.W. Hayden, Stanford; S II Haughman, Lincoln; J. S. Hocker Stanford; W A. Trlbble, Stanford, M D. Kliuore, Stanford; T. I Hill, Stanford. K. L. Tanner, McKinney; M.J.Miller, Mt. Vernon , S. Hocker, nd m Double Dally Trains Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Cot-tOHose, Rubber Hose, W. H. HIGGINS. L, 1 -- lyHsPr Iron Clad Hose, Reels, &c, Poultry Netting, Screen Wire and Fly Fans. Screen wire doors and windows made to order. H. H. Bronaugli, ROYAL OP LIVERPOOL. MANAGERS, lJixtlnctinn 'With n Difference. "See insurance Company BARBEE&CASTLEMAN Commerce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. lookiug out of tho winlittle dow to where some little girls were playing in tho toft mud of tho gutter. "Can't you say children?" asked her mother in a correcting tone. "But they are not, mamma," said tho child. "The little girls that go to my kindergnrten and keep their faces clean are children, but thoso dirty ones aro just young ones!" Youth's Companion. Ia Somo of the Shnk-icnre thoo young ones!" exclaimed a Pigs from registered stock for sale, from the best herds in Ohio and Illin mi (all and examine m) held or address R. II llronaugh, Crab Orchnr :" LOST Goods Cheaper vw yiu -- MPlX What, why my money on every purchase not made at the Horse Store of One CoiiimlSHioiier's Sale McKinney & Hocker, Who try to sell Staple and Fancy Groceries and other goods For almost any thing you may want. too. than Ever. President; Valuable Mill Property, John J. McKobetts, Cashier; A. A McKinney, Assistant Cashier. And 73 Acres of Land. LINCOLN CIRCUIT COUIU Farmeri Hank and Trust Company of Stanford, Ky PI If., against V M Iudderar James A. liudderar aud Ann Dudderar, Deits. Farmers RanMTrnst Co okstanfori),:ky., Is now fully In New York? W. A. TSIBBLE, Local Ajcnt, STANFORD, KY. r CURES Nature should bo assisted to throw off Impurities of tho HUiRUli. POISON blood. Nothing df ealt to Wtjll, so promptly, or bo safely as Specific. ticket takers at tho Now Notice of Sale. ttv virtue of a tudzment and order ot sale herein York theaters am not as well posted as they might bo.o a seedy looking party at the October term, 1891, of this cot rt, Ihe undersigned Commisstontr win Delete tne who tried to suovo past ono ho said: door in the town of Stanford, on "Your ticket, please." 1894 "I don't requiro any ticket. I am tho Monday. author of the play." Lincoln ccunty, sell at ub. County court day lor "All right; step right in." lie outcry to the honest aud lest Indder, the A tract following described property, The play was "Hamlet." Texas ol Land in Lincoln county, on the wsteraof Du court-nouse McKINNEY & HOCKER. 17 orgsnucd and ready for business with Paid up Capital of Surplus, . ...... SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN $200,000. -- June iitli, to-w- lii m it 000. Siffc-ing- s. A akin it Too Much of a Lame IJoy. Swift's LIFE HAD NO CHARMS. For three years I was troubled with mala cial poison, which caused my appetite to fail, and X was greatly reducexLln flesh, and life lost all its charms. I tried mercurial and potash remedies, but to no effect. I could et no relief. I then decided to tryMnBIJ A few bottles of this wonderful BJBaCel medicine made a complete and permanent cure, and I now enjoy better health than ever. J. A. Rick, Otuwa, Kan. garden this morning, Willie." "I'm too lamp, maw. It's jnst all I can do todig wortus." Chicago Tribune. aEvldenc, "Kimley claims to have mored in the beat society where he came from." "I don't doubt it. I notice he chains his umbrella to the hall tree whenever ho calld." Chicago Inter Ocean. A "Long IJne ofTliem. want toKO rialiiiiif." "I would rather have you work in tho "iMaw, I He It makes no a better man every Diseases timo I kiss you, darling. Our book on Blood and Skin She Oh, my, Harold! How good yon 3iailod f reo. ttowuiQ Co, Atlanta, Ga, must bo now! Swirr Tit-Bit- s. nd. River, containing 73 A"e South lows: North hy the land; of John of Henry Traylor and est and East by the lands Spoonamore. but for a more M. lands of C plrticular description ot the laoda by metes and thejuderneut of sale herein Is referred to. 'ThSi iract lnd include, the valuable Mill "knowna. Dudderar". Mill, tq dwelling I he other three houie Vnd other Improvernents. mentioned in the Judgment and directed to .J 'Sold sold, for the reaaon that they be of and plaintiff has have heretofore been disposed received the benefit thereof. will be necessary, of so much ra or thTM.Ac?i Tract will be sold a. will satisfy the with o deb"f plaintiff lor JSjlJOf. paid, andper cent in-- r the lurther untl inlv witl?6 per cent. nUre.t from Ju. untilpSd it. eo.li herein expend-&WJanuary to credit ol S4,4?8.3. paid he sum to 1 proceeua of Holiclaw;. 13, 'iBaa d.ht and all costs to be ralseo to cover ,. dVerffl.aofSe:-- A credit of six months. Bond wSTpWTed security with si, per cent fore, tVrt.t from day .ot .ile,h.vlu th. Com'r.and ef. , -- KI,nih Lin " "C. WAKIIKN, r.Uinea. MUter Com.r Lineon Circuit Court. bn,,d ' 109 a 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN? I rirsiis Now closing up) with the same assets and und.r the same management. ,,. umiiii, ueposuora arc as , ,, r oeing neiu the eitent of th. amount of individually their lhe P"Ivlue th'txf, in addition stock tb. amount auch shares. It may .o.nd!,,rdual.m,nim4,0r' lrU,l9e' c" To thos. who entrusted th.ir bulsinets to us mnaglnsj ,h Lincoln National Bank of We ne ht", l,nd"1"" nny thanks and ihl,,Xr7,il C0BUnu to thir busini, .1' same, a sruarante. for prompt lion pur twenty year.' iiperience U banking and as liberal accommodations as are sistent with sound banking. jr javisrvru, NATIONAL i7ri.V. "'""'"" tu-t- " P$ ?.fn rJ?..' '" riiiT'imi ))iuIl.ih(,rtoilt'.iuliiiiatlt'j .Niw (Irlouii; ltu!lt nu.luuaU tj(.LlUu(a, Atlanu. or Juktunvllls, J'lorlJa. tilt IhiQtiMa sal Crrsont ltnlnustl an4 L.alnrtni tlmllts Rnats Is II mils shirteit shurtcst ('Incliinstl t III;. att.! tl.rt.l i SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS allof th.abowi points. Thronsh Cars to Vlfkskorr s I ,hreT-l-t- t. Half Ilua rnnninir throarli cars Clnelaaatl u Kn.iilll aut Aiiierlllt, S. V. Ulnct llus to Tsiaaanl Iiica tU Sw llrlni or ia HhrtT(xrt. Ask aanU aVjat tnurs U California. Fruui l.militillt, hh.lkjrTlllt aut f.awrrncsbiirir. dlrxt rna.tiua is maJe at Llloiu.a with ttitikulti trains tu all vtats Suuth. W. C. RI.VEARSOX, Oen'l rus'r A(at, Cuniaaatl. O. J.J. Willlams3r, 5JR,CT0 V.rnon; S. H. Shanks, Hunford J. S. Ow'stey, Stanford; ?tea ,ererl. til' & i.i,ic S.J. Eiubry, Stanford; J. B. Owsley, Stanford; J. F.!,Cash. Stanrnrit . k j QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. J William Gooch, Stanlord; A. W.:crpeotfr,MllIedgevIlU,ICy S, H.'.Shanks, rreiid.nt, W'"'Cunu. PchersvilU Dr.ZJM. Owsley JCwhisr, W.M. Bright, TeUtr. saimMlar.iiJwassWT!P7?T. iaBBmmmmmm-m-j---LL-L--zZ-sr7"" 1 ,T?IF!?,IIPIIIT.'J"''..'wmmtm,'imii'Vm t- tm - mte&xmgmMUimvmmm--i--LLLZ- " ' r" ''""JL'"r"-- - xJ'22 " ''