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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894060801 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. - T --- Tpr Semi Weekly Interior Journal vol. XXII. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. ft STANFORD. KY.. MATRIMOMAUrlATTERS. I FREDA. JUNE 8. 1894. FOR THE6TH TERM NO. 29 d . f MnJ. Geo. W. Drye though still com- After an absence of 27 years Patrick Is Gov. James B. McGreary Nominated for Tercv will preach nt the Congress Presbytcrian church next Sunday morn- - plaining very much, seems to be Biowly Dowd, of Newnrk, N. J., returns to flud his wife married again. on tin- mend. lnj;. Tho democratic convention nt -- Mrs. Walter Bosch, of Newark, N. J., The closing exercises of Miss Salllo Col. Silns Adams, who linn been nt Tuesday, wns largely attended Anderson's Bchool will take place at the home for boiiio (lay, Btnrted back to aged 70, WHiits n divorce from her and it did its work quickly nud well. ' Thursday. Washington Tuesday inorniiiK. husband becauBa of his intimacy Hon. James B McCreary was unani Kd Ilishop, TJiHro were about 10 teachers of both with. her daughter, just twice his nge. Sir KniKhtH Jake Joseph, for Congress and mously Olay Hamilton, Crow Million, Howard pext-- mtcndiuK echool uxamluntion here s Salllo McKee nnd Lou Har- on being notified by n committee came Utce ami several others drove over to )aHt Friday nil ftuurdny; 12 of the lan, of Mercer, jilted by their lovers, forward and said ho hnd traveled 700 Tuesday to attend the decora- - i.r obtained certificates, took morphine and laid down to die, but miles to meet his friends and brother tlon ceremonies by the Kiiitfhts The firm of M vers & Wilkinson, hnv timely medical assistance frustrated their democrats nud thank them for nominal thins ot that city. ing him again :ih the democratic taudi-datjinu closed out thuir stock of Roods, Mr plans. Thnart display of (iarntrd College Oeo. K Uod.'ii Ima movvd tiin uoods hifor Congrtes nnd that words seem A Ton nesaeo girl very properly and suiple nnd well arranged store promptly Hhot her lover who tiiBed at cold nnd inadequate to cxprcpa the innt the city hall on Tuesday afternoon was t0 highly creditable to the leather, Miss r0oin on the corner. liter. That's right. If a muu wants to tensity of his feeling') inA tho earnestMr, Joseph Hmwn. from Rich Hill fiiJH nt a woman a marriugo hceneo costs ness of his gntditude for tho honor conS1H Il'kinand her pupils. The workH ferred upon him by the democrats of the cotiB'btof till piiltititiK- w"'' crayon by has lately announced himself onlyjl 50 Glasgow Times, A youth of IS, named Leslie Cochdistrict which tie hud tried faithfully, the teacher, Missis Duxie Moss, Amy anions; the list of candidates for the in the republican ran, in Calloway county, who hnd been honorably nnd elliciently to represent in Davidson nud oihera nnd alho by Mr notniiiation for ull'-He Nathan Elliott. The attendance ws primary tohu held the lth of August. rejected by a girl of 13 for a rival of 10 the Congress of the United States largo and all were delluhted with the exThe llsh law pnpsod by our last Legis- yearH, shot and killed tho successful sui- said that he had unceasingly devoted cellent specimens on exhibition. lature is very dlflicult to understand on tor nnd (iHtigerously wounded the father his entire time to the discharge of his fepublic duties, and that his public utter. The declamatory contest of Ciarrard account of Its contradictory imiillcatioiis. of the girl. vn a a urrvji'aua. &. m a 'u College at the court house on Tuesday Its obscurity may prevent the jjovcrn A German statistician ilgures that in ance uud votes on all great and imporoveninp, Juno 5, resulted in victory for uiunt from furnishim: choice varieties of 11,000 years there will be but one man to tant questions which concern both our Ashby M. Warren, of Stanford, subject, the tinny tribe to stock our waters; aa we eery 1120 women. There will bo no country and foreign countries were 'Vjpartacus to the Gladiators." Warren iindemtood from (Jul. Adams that he had then for any fellow to say he can't known to all, nnd that his constituents ..j? ft.. J J Russell was next with a recitation of the the promlHU of a supply provided that getmatriud because ho is unable to find knew of the important bills which he sr-s- i r .. mi Chariot Kaco in Hen Hur; while Hubert ho could Rive assurance of laB for their a girl to hnve him. had introduced in Congress, mauy of L. Heraperjrer a third, Biibject, "One protection, and their enforcement. Senof tie which havo been enacted into Inws, nud Hon. A. J. Carroll, speaker y ViiabJfnIVlil Niche the Holiest " Hobinson, Jarvie, ator Lay flays that the laws were not House, he pledged the same editor of the Louisvillo that if lm&ZK-Z5ft mn, ?:wkvc7v.ikkm.(JkHBrcjraj- Davidson, Johnston nnd Todd were all printed aa they were understood to have Times, lawyer and statesman, was mar- courage of conviction, the same unfer- -' ' yQTjiff uy Tjfci ' w tWi 'K-H&XX rM . - w . good in their respective parts; and "The pissed. m ried at Frankfort, Wednesday night, to changing devotion to hia constituents 5r-- . Ni&Sfcl"JV!i-- . i is .T .W&Vi I ; f Aug?!' of llueua Vista," Pantomine by There will be another fight on the MitB Sarah Holt, the charming daughter ami to his country, and the same deterMisses Elliott and others was excellent, liquor question in our midst. North of vigilantly all the remination to perform Justice Holt, and after a 1 ,.. i i .. ci.ninnl ima rtnnon to bo proud of the l.iuuriy prrcmvi i..... ..... t i.... ...i mi n uir, ception at tho judge's left for nn Eastern duties required of him that have characi.... iim I'l'imuiitu ?.. , who has inher-- gml t,JU t.lclon j8 ordered for July 2. tour. Mr. Carroll's friends of all profes- terize! his congressional life In the past performances of her Bon, ED. F. OWENS, Proprietor. tjieru w bo live sions unite iu wishing him nud his a life ited a large share ol Ills oratorical laieui jjotwt.en nov an The resolutions reaflirm tho National from his father, who was present at the ly times, as Bro. Montgomery and other of unalloyed happiness. democratic platform of 1S02, indorse the speaking. Kev. Luclen Noel was one of distinguished leaders on the dry side arn Mr. 0. F. Yeager, of Boyle, and Miss administration .of President Cleveland, the judges. Thu others were Profs. W. whetting their blades for the contest, and Elizabeth Spoonamore, of the Hubble denounce the extravagance and obstrucC Grinstead and 0. H. Holmes. those of the opposite side, who would vicinity, drove to town late Wednesday tive policy of the republican party, com like to have it convenient to "wet their evening and were made one after God's mend and Indorse the course of our repHUBBLE. whistles" frequently will not let their holy ordinanc t lt"v. W. E Arnold's, resentative iu Congress, the Hon. James Hereto best wishes to our friend, weapons rust in idleness. Mr. Arnold i lli ' ig They then went B. McCreary, and for tho high nud eh Because my friends trade with ine, for which I appreciate and .thank Yenger, and hla worthy voung N, Bleeding, a Jew peddler, well to the St. A"mi it II tel mid spent tho vated character which he naa nlwayB them Mr. Church veiy much. I don't know a better way to get your trade than wife, recently married. nud favorably known here, came in town night, th I.HMN if M. Yo.ttfft' broth- borne, nud for the courage, ability, pat- to get J. U. Eubanks nnd brother have tho on last Sunday in a perturbed state of er, Mr. J.vii'i II 'lii' bride is riotism and untiriug industry which ho plan and specifications for a dwelling, mind. Ho reported that on ridim: down the pP'tty daughter of Mr. ami Mrs Iihb always exhibited in the House of C3-OOIready to receive bida. tho Bradfordvtllo pike nn tho Rolling John Spoonamore and is tho porsecsor Representatives in sustaining and ndvo; Good showers in this locality and Fork on Saturday, ho met three men of many accomplishment'', uliile tho cuing h!1 democratic and for For you to select from. . everybody wanting potato slips, hut much under the Intluence ot strong gioom is a clover young contractor and the tideudid purvic's union lin has none to bo found nt any price. drink They caught his horse by the and like his hrother.lim, couuts dereil, txith to his p.uty and couutry, he Dr. Klnnaird wm called to see E. T. bridle nnd demanded his money. On his hid friends by the hundreds. The In- - in entitled to the gratitude not only of Miner, who was thought to be very ill n replying that he had none, one of the TicnioH JoriiNAL. extends its heartiest this district, but ot the entire cute and A nice line of Dry Goods, Notions, Straw Hats, Caps, Fans, Ice few days ago, but he has improved. party collared nnd shook him. Being congratulations and wishes the young nation They further allirm that Jas. B Cream Freezers. My prices are tempting, Come this week if you Miss Natie McUlure haa returned to near a citizen s house lie commenced pair smooth sailing over the rugged sea McCreary ia the choice of the democrats want shoes an other goods cheap for cash. ... ... .... ..ft.ir a full calling for help, when he was fired upon, oPIife. of this district to again represent it iu tier nomo in vyii"j viweeks visit among relatives in this the Congress of the United States, and the bullet going through tho top of hia CHURCH AFFAIRS. cinity. he is hereby declared tho nominee of tho hat The citizen hearing hia cry of disNo It'iman Catholic has ever receiv- democratic party to represent the Eighth W. It. Watson Is learning to ride a tress started to his assistance, when the wheel and is getting along well; thinks assaulting party lied. The names of his ed the nomination to the presidency of Congressional district iu tho Fifty fourth Congress of the United States. he will bo able to go Hgninat n cow in a assailants aa reported are, T. Woodson, the United States. "Bishops must not bo bosses, said a few day. Bead. It is nlso reNoah Snow nud The delegates who attended from this Win. Moreland received a lot of ported that Squirn Peyton Issued a writ MVthodist minister In Baltimore, protest- county were Dr. Green Moore, W. F lambs of B. W. Glvens and Gentry Bros. for their arrest, but at this time the re- ing against the arbitrary action of his ec McClary, Judite Wallace E. Varnou, F cieaiaatical superior. atM.12jc perewt. this week. 8. M. sult is not known. M. Ware, A. A. Warren aud J. B. Moody, the evaugelnt, with his sold his at $1 per head. Spoonamore sweet singers, has invaded Pennsylvania, II. W. Glvens was electee bcuuui DEATH'SDOINCS. COUNTY. BRODHEAD, ROCKCASTLE and ia making a vigorous attack on sin trustee to fill the vacancy caused by II. Mr. F. K. Tribblo received a disand sinners in Wilkesbarro. The ladies of the Baptist church are O. Walters' time expiring, in this school patch from Hopkinsvllle Wednesday By a vote of 7lto 28, which was af- having ita inside repaired. la to bo hoped that our disdistrict. It containing the sad news of the death of as Mr. James Roberta was trict will draw at least 1200 public mon- hla brother, Joe), from brain trouble. A terwards made unanimous, Dr. J. W. for Warder was continued as corresponding school trustee in this, the 17th district, ey, that we will get ft good teacher later dispatch to the Louiaville Times We can furnish any grade Bicycle at a price that will the longest term possible, and will begin aaya he took his own life In a tit of de- secretary by the State Baptist Associa- last Saturday. practicable, so that tho young people who attended the tion. The school its early m ill health. He O-OOI,n1,l Htbnr In late Winter will not de spondency incident to The Hav. K. H. Crossfleld will social at tho Albright Hotel, last Satur came up to his father's home, near that preach at the Christian church Sunday day night, report a nice time. prive o many of the benefits. Examine our prices before making order elsewhere. See our Stock. city, to spend the night. He was missed morning, Juno 10th, at 11 o'clock, and Mr. J. H. Albright has added much Sllcox. thought will also preach at the Methodist church during the night, but the family In Memory of MarshaUohn to the beauty of his residence, by the April 2S, ISO!, in hia 67th year, thai he had returned to his own home. Sunday night, at S, at which churcb the erectiou of a nice Summer house in his Died, yard. MarshaUohn Silcox, of Shelby City- - Early next morning ono of his brothers union services will be held. Mr. E. K. Pike, who was charged A committee has been formed in It is hard to submit to the death an- found hia lifeless body hanging by a rope gel's visit when he calls our loved ones from n beam in the stable. Now York to urge upon the constitution- with killing Itaac Mizeon the"Gth of last Mrs. Sarah Brynnt died of dropsy at al convention the importance of taxing December, had his trial this court and wns from a bed of Billlction and Bullering; wo nre least thinking of It, to the home of her only living daughter, church property, of which there is now acquitted, tiie jury only beini; out about but when aged J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. New 3'1 minutes, when they brought in a ver ho called upon to resign to the cold Mrs. U. E. Marcum, Monday night, $ 10,000.000 worth in the State. only a few S7 years. Her husband, who lived to be York City alono has J3 1,070,000 worth of dict of not guilty. death's embrace, one who 23d, 1894. moments beforo was in our midst enjoy VJ, died live years ayo. Both were na churches. There seems to be considerable exing good health, then It iH we feel liko tives of Pulaski, ami Beven children Friends and upholders of the Rev. citement in our county over the schools Full corp ofCotuorviUory ami Normal School teachers, superior course iu Literature, Music too rebelling, hut this should not bo. The were born to tliem, all deed with the ex- Charles A. Briggs and tho Itov. Henry nnd the election of trustees. Wo have An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogue and circulars furnished on application. kind and loving Savior was so thought- ception mentioned. For 00 years Mrs. Preserved Smith have organized a society heard of several difficulties in the differful that He has warned us, "In the Bryant had been a member of the Chris called the Presbyteriau League, with ent parts of the county over the election presence of life there la death, nt a time tiau church and a faithful follower of tho which they hope to overcome by pure and a great many contested cases, but wo when we think not, and watch, for you Savior. Elder Jas. Ballon preached the reason the conservative element in the hope that thu gentle shower that wo had funeral service nt McCormacks, Tuesday Prerihyturiau church, which has render- last night and the cool air this morning know not tho day nor the hour." FORAlthough called away bo suddenly, his evening, after which the remains wore ed decisions adverse to tho two minis- will cool things off pretty soon. of brought to Buffalo cemetery for interfamily havo tho sweet consolation Miss Bertie Hilton, of Rowland, is ters for heresy. knowing that he was ready. Ho had ment. Col. Hodges, of the Lexington Ob- visiting Mrs. Susie Cherry. Misses Cleo long been n faithful member of tho When striking miners take the stand server, who weilds the cudgel for Col. and Bertio Mallins, of Livingston, have By his death tho Christian church. nobody shall mine or haul coal with- Breckinridge, says since his speech been spending a few days with their xnmmlinltv WBS rollbod Of ft good Cltl- - that encousins at this place, Misses Lelia and out their consent, tho time has arrived against the colonel: "We shall keep New styles at lowest prices. Call and see. zon and ono who tried to do his duty, for cool with Mr. McGorvey, but in Annie Pike. Mrs. Emma Cress, the postthe rest of the people to rise up and tirely his church of a member who was Beldoni haul the striking miners over the coals. due course of time will hue to the lino, master at Maretsburg, was visiting her absent, and his onco happy family of a let the chips fall where they may. Hia sister, Mrs. A. J. Pike, Friday and SaturLouisville Times. nor are his day. Dr. Percy Benton went over to kind nnd loving husband and father. process. The best inside wall finish; cold-watThe city council of Chicago passed glass house is not t to mourn hla loss is the rolitica ia Mt. Sterling, last week, and spent a few mayor's veto an ordinance pro- fortifications over the an aged mother, two daughters hibiting relative's. PAINTS Lead, Oil Colors, Mixed Paint, Carriage Paint, Stains the sale of cigarettes containing war, and thoao who engage in it should days with his youngest la six and three sons. The and Varnishes. Closest prices for cash. not expect to come out unscathed." opium, morphine aud belladonna with Abhland, Wib. The famous retreat in years old. To the wife, mother and in the city limits. MEDICINES Prescriptions compounded with care from the best 'Chaddock and Hoitkr. Standing northern Wisconsin located on the Wis ho has only gone before. Nannie, W. 13. McRouekts. Give us a call. cousin Central Lines at the head of the drugs and chemicals. Hugh Aslier aud Lon Tate are Only a Httlo while and you shall Bee charged with assisting iu the removal of like the Pillars of Hercules that mark Chequamegon Bay is a most desiralh e limit spot for one to spend a summer outing, ' him again; and to vou, boys, we would Andy Johnson and tho former is under the gates that define the known and the unknown surrounded as it is by the beautiful lie has set bebetween the say, follow the example arreat. Tate has disappeared. worlds, Crtddook and Hopper alone Apostle Islands. Little need bo said of fore you. Be comforted, dear onea. Breckinridge spoke at Midway, Sat- loomed up at meeting of tho its scenic beauty abd health giving qualto heal all our wounds. Christ is able urday. That seems appropriate for a Kentucky Press Association la Frankfort ities. This place should not be overlooked by thoae figuring on a resort for "Everything works together for the good man of hia danae du ventro character. just as they towered at Ita organization a their next summer's vacation. The tourthat lovo thu Lord," nnd now Chicago Poet. of thoae Prices lower than any one. bequarter of a ceatary ago. "Ago can not ist will And excellent fishing and boating that yon have another treaaure gone at this point, and good hotel accommowither or stuffing pbaae either of these dations at very reasonable rates. Thi "Sweet SIrl Graduate'." fore, heaven la to be the more desired, For imperishable typea of the two extremes further particulars, raaps time tables, thtainsplro you to strive earn- She soon in platitudes will speak: and may np grim and gray and guide books apply to Jas. O. Pood, of journalism, rising estly for that homo, "where no changes The right cau't be denied to her, of Darkest Africa Genl. Pasar. Agt, Milwaukee, Wis. And, truth to tell, she'll hardly strike upon the lauds-en- d como.", Christ knows all our heart ever A venerated chestnut like suffer-eLightest Europe, so near and yet ao I have two little grand children who are teethand See our Spring Stock of aches; He too while In this world This phrate ao oft applied to her. far, in bailing distance, but the unfath- ing thi hot aoramer weather and are troubled The loving, Bympathiziag Savior with bowel complaint, I give them Chamberlain' Exchange. omable aea flowing between. May they Colic, ChoUra and Diarrhoea Remedr and it acta wept for His departed friend and He one a pillar of fire like a charm, I earnMtiy recommend It for chilwill not 'Many o(thtcIllteno( Ptlmvllle. lad., are forover so stand, the troubles. I was dren taken haa promised that our burdens ntver without a bottle ol Charabtrltln't Couzta by night; the other a pillar of cloud by with with boweltack of bloody flux, myselfcramps with lever a we can bear. .Haaedy in th home," ajrt Jacob llrown, th be more than and pain in my stomach, ol a botUe of leading ma tenant 01 ins piace. inn uemeaf oat ' ones, this ri'inedy cured me within 34 hours I waiout proven of o much value lor coldi, croup and "Oh. ye weary, Bad and tossed way; L. toot by the whooping coujh in children, that Ier mothtri who Fully 20,b(X) people die yearly from of bed and doing my house work. Mrs. W. For . Droop not, faint Duncan, Hickman Co. Tenn. BAiBrEeatTa worth are willing to be without it. knew W. L. Withers, Salesman. tale by Dr. 3. C. Hocker, Druggist, Stanford. .YouBhalljoln the just and oved onea, talc bvitaUr.S. G. Hocker, Druggist, Stanford. For snake bites In India. h. of perfect day. . In that land Itv. J. 11. CUMBERLAND : FALLS : HOTLL, - Nicho-lasvill- o, court-hous- e MiB-e- nutn-Lexlngt- on oil'" flrst-clan- -i e t.r pit-tinn- , r -- ex-cub- u f y'i iHliiiiwl j AvTtuaBtv' ex-cit- 'iL" T. iiiiiiV' ZrVKS? .Hia T. -- ex-Chi- ef 11 OP3SKTS I JUSTE 1594. 'u. WS' . S 0 A WEEK. t.u I MEET WITH SUCCESS. J ... . , TECE I ; BEST DS I ren-builde- r, HAVE JUST RECEIVED J. C. FLORENCE. if.. 'ji Bicycles D Gilk-erso- n. SAVE 1TOTJ W ZLVCOHSTIElrr .H. WEAREN & CO. Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, January MeRoberts' Drug Store, -- WAIX PAPBB a 8 .A.L.A.IB.A.STIIfcTIE er I Iron-claf. d, henrt-brok-wif- e, bomb-proo- old-tim- 's WE ARE IN IT. ' Disc Harrows, Geo. W. Brown Cultivators, Corn Planters. e. one-thir- d Buggies, Carriages, "Wagons, and Farming Implements. B. aC W Bon-aqu- a, . ,.V L.' im. , V - .. T. V ' ' a H a a W Mn Bowling Green is greatly alarmed The Kentucky editors, a hundred or Semi-Week- ly oyer the appearance of scarlet fever. Interior Journal more strong, are being entertained by The schools have taken precautionary Frank farters this week in royal style. A steps, and there is but llttlo danger of a reception by the governor, several exJune 8, 189h cursion?, a ball and a banquet aro some 8TANFORD, spread. An attempt was made to rob Stephen of tho good things that tho Ixtkimok Holhday, a miser living near Winchester, forego. He Journal mnn is forced to W. P. WALTON. OF THE DAY. NEWSY NOTES. when the old gentleman let two loads however, consoles himself with the from his double barreled shot gun go iu Low Prices and fine A collision of Atlanta street cars fioiiiilit that he has been appointed a assortment of Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, the dark. Ho heard footsteps retreating delegate to the Xationnl Press Associa- killed one and injured eight. Hats and Shoes at the Louisville Store. This week will be the greatest tion, which will rendezvous at Chicago Thomas J. Brady, of Star Route no- aud tho next morning found tho hand of Juno 27th, and be taken by special train toriety, hafl been elected mayor of a a colored man lying near his door. Robert Bonner said he never mado to Port Huron. Mich., then by boat to Virginia village. Oakland Hotel, St. Clair, Mich, to retho Inventor of tho hntonobet in bis life and ho did not G. W. Wilson, DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES, main a dav or two at thnt delightful sewing machine bearing his name, died taku tho 510 ho won then. Ila bet that amount with John Hand, one. of the ..JAS. II. MTKEAKY summer icsort. Tho Grand Trunk rail- at San Joce, Cal. roil CONGRE'S will then way, runs in Canada, Michael McOurdy, of Springfield, proprietors of tho GalveBton Newn, tli'it Far County Judge JaS. WALKER GIVENS carry whichdelegates to 8ever.il Canadian he could beat him setting type. He set ho O , aged SI, wa tramped to death by n COOPER G. " Clerk 25,500 ems in 20 hours and 23 minuter, Attorney- J. n. PAXTON cities of importance and on by Niagara cow ho was leadiug. ..I", D. NEWLAXD That vc have ever known, bargains and nothing else but bargains. Sheriff. I'alls to Ashbury Park, N. J., the place The democrats voted as n uuit for easily defeating Mr Hund. E. D. KENNEDY ' " Assessor The situation in the coal mining dis- Come and sec the money we will save you. Hoys' Waists of meeting. A big excursion through tho repeal of the sugar bounty, to go 20c; from ..G. W. DEHORD Taller tricts is becoming more serious Ntnr Now Knirfaml follows he meeting, all of effect Jan. 1, 1S!5. years to 14, worth 35c; Percale waist 25c, worth double the money. 111., in n battle, two wore killed 4 which will bo free to the delegates, so Two hundred train stealers in Idaho Pekin, In bis speech at Paris Monilay, Hon. far as the railroads are concerned. The and eight injured. At Kenny bridgu Ladies' Shirt Waists 50c in white and colored, not a one worth less have been sentenced for terms ranging W. 0. Owens came back at Col. Breckin-rid- e two wero killed nt midiiiuht and threo nr than $1. Ladies' fine quality Swiss ribbed vests, regular price 25c, trip is immense and the honor an ap- from 30 days to six months. He like' a thousand of brick. four wounded. Twelve hundred of the will be sold this week at preciated one, but it may prove too rich Tho oldest man In Missouri is David 15c. Ladies ribbed vests which arc sold evrniiKht the crowd, which was very large for a country editor's blood. N. Dell, n resident of Truxton. Ho is Ohio militia have been ordered out, and erywhere at 10c will be sold this week for laIrom the first by accepting from the 5c. trouble is also feared in tho Pittsburgh 110 and is active and hearty. dies a basket of flowerB with thanks and Judge Jewell, author of the saying While working in his orchard James district. regretting in mocked sorrow that ho had "Politics is hell," is realizing that he has The Ohio republican convention coi s Hirnmer, of Deshler, O , dug up a stone no loving wife to Bend them to. It will playut hades by trying to be too preeluded its labors and aJjourned. The containing $1,S00 in gold coin. be remembered that that is what the col vious. Ho issued a rule against the jar Charles Nelson, of Maryland, has platform adopted indorses Gov. McKin- . onel is alleged to have said on a similar board of nldermen to show cause why been appointed to bo Becond assistant ley and tho McKinley law, denounces luuic auu get your Doys a sun inis wcck wniic you can presentation somewhere in Tennessee they should not be fined for comtempt the Wilson bill aud tho pension policy postmaster-genervice J. Lowrie Bell. fit up at half price. A nice, neat new suit and straw hat all for secretly married to after ho had been 90c for remitting a flue he had imposed. The Five boys wero poisoned and others of the administration, and straddles the Mrs. Wing. He said that his most aldermen appeared before him in a body, this week. All wool black Cheviot suits cut this week and will be will die from eating herbs gathered iu silver question by declaring for t policy malignant enemy could not have concoct when ho acknowledged his error aud N. Y. which will "most speedily restorn to hI'S sold at $5, not a one in the lot but what is worth SS. ed a atorv of shame aud dishonor made a thorough apology. It was not the school grounds tit Tarrytown, ver its rightful place as a mouey metal." Democrats of the Third Congressionthat could add anything to his own con- accepted, however, and the chances are Yesterday's vo'es on the BUgar al district will hold the nominating confession of debauchery, hypocrisy and that Jewell will lose his $10,000 job as vention at Scottsville, Allen ounty, Ju y schedule show that tho party ia power, brazen iniamy. When he got through if it had had tho honesty and courage to the aldermen cfaim that under the now 18. confessing there was nothing left with stand up to its ).icdges, could have pasr-- a is no such office ns recons' itution thero Net profits of tho Pennsylvania railwhich to charge him, unU-B- it be man- corder. tariff hill laid down upon tho lines of Jim will have to revise his re- road for the year aro over a million dolMen's Hrogan Shoes 75c; Oil Grain Uuckle Shoe Si. 10 that can liness or truthfulness, and the speaker mark to: Aldermen are hell, when you lars, and o 4 per cent, dividend was de- tho Chicago platform. Tho prospects not be bought elsewhere under has occurred to Si. 50. Children's Shoes and Oxfords has never heard that it aro that tho pending makeshift will berub their fur the wrong way. clared. anybody to charge him with either. He Men's fine Shoes any style and price you want. law during tho summer, hilt ns tho 25c, 35c. 55c- Warden George's report for May come then went on to tell how the colonel had After trying a so called democratic shows n net profit from tho hire of Frank- next Concresa will ho divided auninst Come to see us and we will load you down with robbed u client of $10,000 or 20,000 governor for one term, tho people of Orprison convicts of f 2,300 03 over all itself, any further Improvement during and to save him from expulsiou and dis- egon have returned to their mutton and fort the next three, or four years Is out of tho grace the hat liad been passed around Tuesday elected a republican candidate by expenses. Herrman Bisse), an alleged weather question. Louisville Times. among his friends and the money raiaed. 15,000 plurality. Tho present executive, Wis., anJoe Blackburn lmd contributed $300 Pennoyer, has not been a howling suc- prophet, who lives at Appleton, will confarm" and tradeItems. nounces that cold, wet weather has not been returned nor cess. In fact he has on numerous and which 15. Stanford Fair, July 19 and 20. Than you ever were before. has the colonel even rendered th sena- sundry occasions demonstrated that he tinue till June The fastest shorthand writer in tho Mambrino Patchen has 76 producing It is "an of his contests. tor assistance in any hasi," notably in hisrefueal to ex is a young Dublin gentleman, Mr. daughters. may be, said he, that I have not always tend the proper courtesies to President world George Bunbary. He can write 250 D. It. Coffey sold to Joseph Cofley shown the same deference for tUe Cleveland on the occasion of his visit to words in a minute. 30 lambs at 4 10. that this creature did when he that State last year. Tho Oregoniana also F. A Collin and P. R. Coffin, tho j. u. uarier soki 10 w. a. uasn a took his miHtresa into the presence of their two republican Congress- bank wreckers of Indianapolis, were yoke of oxen for $70 widow and assured Luke Blackburn'a men by pluralities of 1,5'K) to 15,000. sentenced to the penitentiary for 10 and Prince Hal, 2:16, brought 51,525 her thai that mistress was soon to be his five years respectively. the hammer in Chicago. partner in "those sweet domestic relaA. URHANSKY& CO., Proprietor Gov. James B. McChkary is again the Tho London Sportsmau says that Steele A Walker, tho largeat grocery tions, outside of which he has no life. democratic standard hearer in this disCorbett has accepted the Florida Athletic firm ut St. Joe, Mo., failed or $725,000. T. D. RANEY.IManager. Mr. Owens hoped that no one would ps usual carry it to vic- Club's offer of 135.000 for the fight bewas sold by D. J. LaToeca2:15 words in trict, and he will charge that he uttered these tory. He was unanimously nominated tween him and Jackson. Leathers to O. K. Huntington for 18,000. heat cf passion. He never was cooler for Congress for the 6th terra at The coal miners' strike in Alabama Tho Climax says there wbs abso nor even more deliberate than when he Tuesday, and as soon as Congress is practically broken The daily output lutely no trading in stock at Richmond affirmed that the Btory of the last 10 adjourns will make a canvass of the dis- is now 10,000 tons, d the normal county court day. years of Breckinridge's life an told by his MorriB Jones, owner of Aler, 2.07JJ of infamy, trict. It .will be just because he wants amount. Furnaces aro resuming. own tongue is a story of shame, necesA couple of well known Jewish Pa- - says he is going to heat htocy Hanks' makes at once to, though, and not because It Is and of degradation, that sary. He could stay in Washington and ducah ladies are alleged to have indulged record of 2.04 with' him this year. the blackest and most damning page in beat anybody that could be put up in a quarrel, about the size of their feet, Iowa is suffering from a drouth. No all the history of our Government. Tho agtinst him. which resulted in a lively fisticuff. riin has fallen in three weeks and the fact that this speech was delivered in the Two thousand troops have been sent oat and hay crop will ho extremely light. colonel's stronghold and that it was loudMumps are defined to be a peculiar and A Dr. II. Reid sold to Farria & Harhe hasu't got specific unsuppernlivo inflammation of to suppress the Corean rebellion. ly applauded shows that British fleet is at anchor off Fort Hamil- din a Jersey cow 'or $45. Mrs. Dr. J. everything his own way in Bourbon by a the parotid glands. This sounds pretty protect the lives of for Owsley sold to Dr. Steelo Bailey ono for long odds. If Col. Stoll is the man we bad but except under certain conditions, ton, prepared to SUMMEReigners. $12.50 take him to be, since his complete to be nameless bore forevermore, they are Pueblo, Col., is again under water. Patronize home institutions and help of old man Peti Wilson, he regarded as harmless. Without any faign The railroad tracks are inundated, and your own cause br getting your stock will come to his friend's rescue and make of those conditions, however, they have no trains are running. Wires are down ready for the Stanford Fair July 10th a demmed moist body of Owens p. d. q knocked two men out in Stanford this and the extent of tho damage is un- and 20th. ATweek the business manager out of this The English Derby was won by Lord Judge Babb, of the Federal court sit- office and the editor from attending the known. At Knlghtsville, Ind., tho coal mine Uosebery's colt Ladas, the favorite, the ting at Owensboro, has decided the sep- Press Association at Frankfort. Hence strikers stopped a train that was haul- result marking the success of a prophet arate coach law unconstitutional, because these tears. ing coal and killed the engineer, William highly honored in his own country. comit violates principles of inter-Stat- e old Arion trotled in As a Anotiikk promise the democrats made Barr, of Terro Haute, with atones. The merce. The decision was made aeaindt 2; 10 j, as a in 2:10 and aa a train was on the Vandalia tracks. the L. & N., which was sued for $15,000 in the National platform, adopted at in 2:07J. Doble says he will At Powellton, W. Va., as has been ignored by the men inby W. H. Anderson, a negro who was miners were returning from work, strik- Bend him in 2:05J or better tin's year. ejected from a train because he refused trusted with its execution. Seventy-fiv- e Win. Moreland hhs shipped about ers fired on them and killed four men. to go in a "Jim Crow" car. The case democrats votod with the republicans Tho names of those shot and tho ones 1,200 Iambs within tho last ten days, against the repeal of the 10 per cent. will be appealed and pending proceedwho did the shooting are unknown. hich he bought in this county nt 3c to ings the present order of things will pre. bank tax and that measure was defeated. The new college building will accom- 5c. The 5u lambs wero bought under vail. It is unfor unate after matters have All the Kentucky members voted for remodate an audience of 2,040, divided as contract. Mr. Moreland got from 4c to assumed a satisfactory shape to have peal. The unfaithful servants, who follows: Main auditorium 740, gymnas- 5Jc. forhave thus broken faith should be them opened again. 'Is Receiving His Tl e h rgest horse in the world, King ever the object of anathemas of honest ium 1,000, visitor's gallery and running track of gymnasium 300. Georgetown William, 27 j hands, weight 3,021 pounds "Col." Jack Cuinn, of Harrodsburg, men for their reckless dieregard of parly died at Chesterton, Ind., while being Times. succeeds fn keeping himself before the pledges The American National Bank at shipped to Coney Island. Mr. Weatlnke, from bitter creek. public as a bad man Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. In his speech at Frankfort, Col. Breck. Louisville formed by the consolidation his owner, was offer $10,000 for him this His latest exploit was in Chicago, where inridge said the women were doubtless of four hanks, is a marvelous success. week. be banded a pistol to one of his friends Tho Weather and Crop Bureau of who was quarreling with an enemy of honest in their opposition to him, but At the end of the,2nd day's work it had the Kentucky weather servico says thfct Chinn, with the remark, "Kill the ra, they were suffering themselves to be nearly a million and a half of deposits. A NICE LOT OF- there will he a good wheat crop, corn is Six families of Eskimo, containing Tom." Tom, whoso surname is Haynes, made the agents of designing politicians. unpromising, oats aro poor, tobacco is wasn't killed though, but drawing his "But we all know how easily women are 16 persons in all, arrived in New York late with only about half a crop in the knife prepared to cut it ont with Chinn, led astray," said he, amid great laughter. last week. They were employed Ijy the Considering that he swore in court that U. S. government to go to Alaska for ground, hemp has had to be plowed rp who bad also drawn his famous knife. and resown in many places and gardei 8 Bystanders interfered, however, and a the women led him astray the remark three years to breed and train reindeer. are very backward. seemed out of place unless he wished to good item was spoiled. W. L. Marsh shot bis wife through appear facteious. Home time ago I was troubled with n attack ot of a justice the heart in the court-rooCbxKY, from bis enforced retirement rheumatism, I used Chamberlain ' Fain Halm cured. I have ilnce advised Tub republicans of Maine have of the peace in Kansas City, Mo. Mrs. and wu conpletely and customers to try the rem. in a Washington bastile, has written a rmnjr of my irienda Henry Cleaves for govern- Marsh and daughter were there to get a edy and all speak highly of It. Simon Goldbaum, letter accepting the Congressional nomiSn Druggnt. warrant for his arrest for threatening to eer, Luii Key. Cal. For vale by Dr. S. C. Hoc lStanford. nation in the 18th Ohio district. The or, Congressman Boutelle presided over kill them. Joseph Manley, the edusion is dated from "Parlor 07, U. S. the convention. Mrs. Barbara Glazecok, aged 00, jail." He says he was arrested by order chairman of the State central committee, ! She committed suicide in Chicago. of the money power and refers to Judne declared that the republicans intended to of her apron and was At our made a rope out Fruit Farma and Nuncnei one mile Wett Miller as "PontiuB Pilate," President carry on an aggressive campaign and reLincoln Wc have aa fine elect Gov. Cleaves, a declaration which swinging in the basement of her son's of KingsviUe, Trees aacounty. man ever handled,a any Cleveland as "Tiberius," and a number stock of Fruit house when discovered, III health was ready lor transplanting nto orchard and garden of other prominent public men as Con- seems unnecessary since Maine has althis Kail. OrcharOs of Applet and Peaches will ways gone hell bent, since she elected the cause. be assorted to suit customers at $10 per hundred. gressional "Judas Iscariots." The Cox amendment for the total The trees are nice, the varieties the best. Kvery- Gov. Kent.; thing needed to make noma attractive and the repeal of the 10 per cent, tax on State children happy will be found here. For circulars The startling statement is made that J. A. McKKES CO., Ky Lobd Rosbuery's ambition as outlined banks was defeated Wednesday in the address in a judicial district in Illinois, heretoKingsville, 64 republicans when a school boy has been fulfilled. Houso by vote 102 to 170. A viva voce fore democratic by 6,000, the elected a supreme court judge by 4,000 He married the richest woman in the vote on the Brawley bil was then taken majority. Disheartened with and asham- kingdom, arose to be prime minister and and the bill defeated. Attorney General Olney has filed a ed of the leaders of the party who are Wednesday tho third of bis greatest desires was accomplished. His great horse claim for 115,000,000 in behalf of the breaking every promise in their platform, HkfaSPPJHHSSBBBBBBBBBjQ the democrats seem to have gono into Lidas, won the Derby. If the fruition of United States againstl the estate of the remain till a more auspicious every hope brings happiness, the Lord is late Senator Stanford. The amount boles to happier even than a big sunfllower. claimed is the Stanfprd estata's proporseason. tionate share of .the debt of the Central Majob Morrill, Iteed'a chairman of Pacific. Wuenkveh a Congressman is sensible enough to read the handwriting on the tho pension committee and author of the A killing frost visited many sections Breeder and shipper of wall that he is no longer wanted, he gets Morrill or disability act, has been nomi- in Northwestern Ohio Tnesday night, once, so sick that he has to with- nated by the republicans for governor of and much damage is reported to early sick at Thoroughbred Duroc Bed Jersey draw from the race. Hon. M. U. Lisle, of Kansas. He is sure as shot to be elect- fruits and vegetables. In Seneca county Hogs. old soldiers will vote the frost was the heaviest since that exthe 10th Kentucky, is the last to with- ed. The registered stock for sal, from the best Pies from draw on account of ill health. Can't early and often for him and more pen- perienced in 1859, when the crops horrli In flhtn anrl Illlnni. Psll anil m I . . . . . . .mln. " r r .? "" sions. Willie get lick too? throughout the State were ruined. oera or aaaress k. v. nronaugn, wrD uicniru. ji. Stanford, Ki, Tub Louisville Post now credits articles copied from Its Kentucky exchanges with the name of tho editor as well as the paper, acting no doubt on Byron's idea that it is pleasant to tho boys to see their names in print. The : Sensation ! 6 OR 8 PAGES. BAR Mill WEEK In-t- o O li O THING. al Goods fop Less Money, LOUISVILLE : to-da- y Black-burn- s STORE, re-ele- ct un-d- er STANFORD, KY., Nichol-asvill- e, one-thir- TRUNKS, VALISES, STRAW HATS --- Neckwear & Underwear H. J. McROBERTS. H.6.R0PLEY,- Chi-ctg- o, non-unio- n &M mkm&ilMzUM SPRING AND SUMMER -- GOODS. DOTS' CLOTHING At Half Price for Cash, To Close Out Stock. m Fruit Trees For Sale J. K. VANARSDALE. O'Brien Wagons R. S. Bronaugh, Canton Chil'd Plows. PARRIS & HARDIN. ed Ky X- -. ., . . " IJ? " i hm wyyprwi m't" '' Ske our window this week, John Komnson's circus will exhibit at "daisy." Danks, tho Joweler. Danville to-da- y. f nf tr w r' imin. titiilwtfMQfeH1' Mw"H"1' jpfiMai-m- tm Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal - Junk It is a Stanford, Ky I 4 " Skb tho now jewelry and watches at around their necks. Penny's. Ho can't be undersold. a The pressuro on our advertising colWill Hays had a linger kicked ofTand umns having eased up, we dispense with Onk pnmplo Wliiloley binder for ealo E. C. Walton, Business Manager at tho low price of $75. Farris A liar wan badly kicked about the body and the extra leaf till its publication Ib ren" leKB by a vicious mulo yesterday. din. . dered necessary again. MEANS IUSINESS. Oun great sale of wimple shoea and Old man Billy Gooch and his yonn FitiBNDsof Slack and William Sloore ON ALL SPRING AND- Buy your school books and school sup- wifo aro rejoicing over tho birth of a Im- slippers is still Koin on. One more lot Bay that .Marshal Ellid did not arrest plies oi all kinds at A. It. I'ouuy'b. ust receivod. 13. F. Jonea it Son. pound boy. them, that they camo hero of their own Watcuki, clocks and Jewelry repaired Tub early closing of the groceries here accord and that the indictments against specialty, Advocato says that Doylo county Tin: and warrnnted. EiiKruvinc a at A. It. Penny's. will soud lots of stock nnd a big crowd to hns gone into effect aud the tired pro them were procured for spite. Tub Urgent etoclc of Drimi, Medicines, our fair. I prietorsnnd clerks can now h.ive their A NL'Mitart of lliuUmvillinns wero Perfumery, Paint nnd Wall Paper at evenings olf. Pescri)tiou8 n special A. It. Penny's. brought here under the supposition that lliO Fair are requested Tiik directors of ty. they knew something to tell the grand o Thk nrt exhibition of Sliss Inez to meet at the nt L':30 class will he held at tho college jury, but from id we can hear, if they PERSONAL POINTS. from 1 to I r. m , to which the did, they failed to disclose it. Miu. W. 0. Wkaiihm returnol from A NUMiiKii of our lovers of tho clown public is cordially invited. Lexington yesterday. Our old friend, W. J. Carson, came in and monkey will attend the circus at , of Crab Orchard, D.invillo Mim. A lick Thk Stiufordu got beat nt Lancaster 18 Wednesday to cny that the Cleveland was hero Wednesday. to 5 nnd returned home feeling that they snow was not so had as tho Hayes frost, Laiiok lino of Queenswaro and Glass- did not know as much about playing ball which killed most of the corn. The snow Mim I.ula Allkn has k o to visit Prices lower than ns they thought they did. ware just received. ictnrdrd the growth, hut it is coming friends in Madison, 1ml. again, just as Sir. Cleveland will again Mim Floiik.ncr Wallbii, of Louisville, ever. Fnrria A Hardin. Buy tho young lady something pretty come to the front as the greatest living is vlsitlnj; Miss Susie Lnaloy. Sins. haspresontedher tnt to Sptim:-tlel- d husbandJohn Wallack girl. Tho young from Dauks, the Jeweler. These pres man. He says lie hasn't lost confidence Hon. J. N. Haundkiih with a lino ei'ts are much more lasting than flowers in democracy, but intends to die in the yesterday to attend circuit court. lady arrived .Monday night. and can not fail to please. Prices are good old faith ho has always lived. MissHblkn Hill, of Memphis, is on lowest, considering quality of goods. a visit to her sister, Mrs. W. 11. Kirby. W. II. Thayloii shipped U! barrels of The Knights of Pythias lodge has re Springs. whlsky.to Cincinnati this week, on which Mim Norma ltosu, of Oolorado Nd Auction Nkckhsary. J. B. Pax-to- cently purchased an entire Bet of scenery Ool., is visitlnK Tier aunt, Mrs. W. P. he piid nearly 1,000 government tax. assignee of A. A. Warren, says that tt be used in conferring the several Tate. the latter in closing out his stock so rap ranks. New regalin and paraphernalia Tiik revenue rnllections in this district Slim. N'annik W. Owknb and Mrs. Kl. ilurini; Slay Increased f 103,000 over April idly at coht that there will bo no neces- hnsnlso been received, nnd with tho inF. Owens left lor Cumberland Falls IxHs of bargains terest manifested, Diadem Lodge, No. M, aud readied tho large sum of JI59.SI2.SS. sity for an auction. Wednesday. yet. may bo said to bo In excellent woiking Mies UkllbDksny jjoea to Richmond Piior. J. 11. Walton will sell his beau- members have Tiik city council of Danville has or condition. Thirty-fiv- e this morning to spend several weiks iiiui resilience aiuanvuie, .Montiay, ism, dallied that a bicyclist caught riding on been ndded since Slarch loth, and then' with relatives. together with much handsome furni- the sldewnlk or pavement, or who shall were eight petitions for membership Inst Miia. W. G. Hanky, after a visit to Mrs. ture. failtoiing a hell when meeting and meeting night. The lodge here Blcpt for W. A. Arnold and Mrs. J. A. Allen, has Pi.ay Ball, Next Tuesday at Danville puHiutt iiorsehnck riders or vehicles in a period, but when it awoke it did eo in returned to Dnnvlllo. Miis. J. Oauvkii Jo.NkH end children, of at 3 i". ji. tho Centre College base ball the tUy or night, or fail to carry a lan- earnest. Kansas City, aro visitiiiK her mother, team will play the Louisville Athletic tern hi night, shall be fined notion than Ti:chers. At the recent examinaClub. A great gamoisoxpected and many ?J nor more than 10. Mrs. Martha Grimes. tion for white teachers there were 39 ApMim Mamik Lynn, of Lincoln, will nill go from hero. AsoTniiK wintry spell has cast a gloom plicants, a majority of whom were well Water IJottles, Olive Dishes, Salad Bowls, etc., in new and elegant spend commencement week with Mrs. designs. We have also a fine selection of imported o.'t;r vegetation and rendered thin clothes up In the common school curriculum, as Tub .Merry Bacnelors have sent out G. 1). Woodcock. Advocate. .TOO invitations to the hop to bo given Tho mercury M evidenced by the grading of their cera torture to tho at Hl'oii Hays, who hno hnd several se- Walton's Opera House on tho l.'Jth, went away down and frost is said to have tificates, which were G first clas, 24 seclastvere hemorrhages anil who has been sick which promises to he the largest 8 aud shown itself in sundry places yesterdny ond and third. Tho examination for some time, is convairHcInj;- Big fires nnd men goiugnbnut ed two days, during which time, Supt. morning. most eloborate ever uiven here. Cot.. It. P.Jacoim, of Danville, It. II. buttoned up in heavy overcoats is not W. F. SlcClary tells us, there was not a Toiiillnson, of lincaster, and W. It. It's a pity tho owners of Hale's Well an inspiring sight in June, but we aio single violation of decorum on the part Crew, of Monticello, havo been nttenci-u- r can't see their way clear to open that getting used to anything these times of the applicants. The seties of ques We want you to call and see these goods. The prices we know pleasant resort for a brief season, nt Tho promise of "Fair, warmer, Friday, ' tions wero easier than usual, so the excourt. will plea$e you. MusSIattik Taylok, who has been least. No better water can be found, fills the shivering frame with hope that aminers inform us. A large per cent, ot , and with a small expenditure of money, winter will not last all tho yeSr. visitiiiK her aunt, Misa Florence young teachers nre now attending some Mill ko to Richmond this moriiiiin tho buildings could be put in sutlicieut-l- y good summer school, so a.6 to he better Thk sensational divorce suit of F. W. prepared for the Full sessions, which begood order. tO visit friends. 9 Malcom vs. Kate Slalcom, wsb tried at gin July 1st. Miis. L.T. Ykaokk and Misses Katie "A Fhiend," who sends us an obituaMay Yeaer, of Pinevllle and dismifsed on the grounds Lee and Annie ry will observe that it dose not appear in According to a report issned by the that Sirs. Slalcom had already procured have been visiting the families ol this issue, neither will it appear in r Comptroller of the Currency, Sir. Eckles, divorce against her husband in Colorado, Mvairti. 1. M. and J. K. Uruce. issue, unleai two important points and accounts in the Naof which he claimed to bo ignorant. The the total loans John Farbis has greatly improved in are observed. The namo of tho writer parties married in Ztnesville, 0.,nnd are tional banks of the country on Slay 4 ageouditlon during the p.at week, and un must be given nnd money or check at of prominent nnd wealthy parentage. gregate $1,914,074,293 44. The capital Saturday was seen in tho sulky jogging S15. The the rate of 5 cents a printed line enclois Sir. Slalcom lins been manager of a de- stock of these banks S075,SGS, several of his horses. Ky. Stock Farm. sed individual deposits amount to 1,C70,95S,-709.0, velopment company at Pineville nnd the Mi. G. E. Kaim-- of Kenton couuty, is Anotmkh Deputy. Sheriff and Sirs. case was tried beforo Special Judge J. It here trying to secure the Male and Female Academy on the hill. He is the J. N. Slenefeo continue to obey the scrip- Sampson. Tho charge of adultery was NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. guest of his old friend, Hov. W. E. Ar- tural injunction, although they had ap- made and sustained, but by witnesses Buy goods of us as cheap as same goods are sold anywhere in Kenparently done their share towards in. whose testimony wns impeached. The renold. tucky. No better stook of Wash Goods to be found. Our prices Aok taken into consideration, Arthur creasing the population before. Thoy cord embraced over 7,000 pages, deposi'range from 5c up. All of our choice Woolen Dress Goods are now boy at their tions havingbeen taken in over half a doz DawBon. the bright little son ol Sir. Linn have a brand new to be closed out before July 1st. At that time we must begin to buy Dawson, can answer more Biblical and house, which Sir. Slenefee Bays they en Suites. Judge Alcorn, was leading cour have not named because they can find sel in tho case nnd doubtless got a fat for the fall trade and these must go. Our Black Dress Goods are alhistorical questions than any Sit. Xeuia no name uood enough for him. fee. He tells us that Hon. Frank South student yet heard from. ways up to a high standard in made ard, of Zinesville, his Dits. Steele Uailbt, secretary, and J. Circuit Coukt. Very little difficulty one of the finest speeches in the case he G. Crpenter tre attending tho Bute was experienced in completing the jury ever henrd. Sfedicnl Association in Shelbyville. in the Odie Paul ease for tho murder of Dr. Carncuter was to read a nanor on The annual concert of Stanford Fe- Notice of Dissolution of Ike Helm and the panel was as follows. 'Acute Lacerations of the Periuiuum." male Collego was giyen Isst night with Win. Burton, Hugh Seargent, B. W. Don't buy until you examine our stock. Our Summer Weight Cas-Ou- r SIibhes Kona Courts and LouciluMen-o'e- e Gaines, W. A. Beazley, G. D. Boone, J. the following program. Sliss Sue S. returned from Lynnlaud College By mutual consent the partner- - simere Clothing is now to be sold; we will not carry them over. has had charge of tbo music and S. Sloberly, J. H. Tucker, J. T. Binga-maaccompanied by Silas Lizzie Ike Herron, Middleton Lynn, W. Sliss Inez Abernathy of tho elocutionary ship heretofore existing between customers we know will buy when they have the prices. You can In the commencement exercises A. Hail nnd James departments and both have earned merJones. A. C. Sine and J. N. Menefee will buy a Clay Worsted Suit, Shirt, Shocd, Mat, Tie. Socks, Suspenders Sliss Eilna recited "The Fall of lumber-ton- " .Messrs. J. S. Owsley, Jr., J. B. Paxton ited enconiuius for good nnd patient aud Miss Loucllu "Tho First Set- and Harvey Helm prosecuted be dissolved on the first day of Ju and Drawers from ui for Si 2. 50. Come and see for yourself. A laand W. G, work: paht one. Story." dy can buy a Spring Jacket or Wrap for one-hal- f its value. A good tlors' ly, 1894. Welch, W. II. .Miller and It. O. Warren Grerting Song Oliver Abiiiiy Wabiibn, eon of lion. K. C. defended. The trial of All our Gloves, Hosiery, firm and notes pair of Kid Gloves lor 50c, in large sizes. the c.iso nnd the Accounts due the Chorui. Warren, who coiiieH by his oratorical argument occupied tho court from Mon- Vail ..StrtiiLboE that arc past due and not paid by Corsets, Laces, Trimmings, Parasolls, Umbrellas, &c, are down to won gilt from both sides of tho family, MUtct lUushman, HtiJ and Cooper. day afternoon till yesterday morning, If you buy from us Sio's worth of goods for cash you get one Gumbeit that time will be placed in the sell. the declamatory contest at Lancaster. when a verdict for eight yenrs was ren Spring Sons Mines Limine n and Mershon. and sisters, .Miss Jen- dered. It i claimed His father, mother hands of an attorney for collection. of the finest crayon pictures of yourself ever made. Come and exand denied that n Doll Drill and Slarie, besides numerous others stronger coins was made out nie Spindlcr than before Trot du Cavalier In order to dispose of our stock amine the work. Don't delay but come now. went over from bore to hear tho contest when 10 jurors stood for acquittal and MItci Alcorn aid Lammcri. on hand we will make special low Phox. 11. F. Johnson and his lovely two for two years. The result is quito a KeciUtlon ''lly Special Kequeit" Mits Mary Catb. SIo., his wife ldft yesterday for Fayette, prices during the month of June. surprise to Paul and his friends, who Un Nifht -- Kjerulr day before. confidently school having closed the We desire to thank the public Mm Clara Merahon, expected an acquittal. The They will not return next session, we murder was a very cold bloodied ono and Sonata In C (Klnt Movement) Haydn for their very liberal patronage Mli Iiabclla Bailey. regret to say. The professor has b cur- had his victim I een a white man, a life Mattel during the time we have been in Dear Heart ed tho Methodist Acndomy at Olaremo sentence or death might have been Mii Kva Lammers. the Respectfully, in Shelby county, and will teach there verdict. Tho general opinion of those Recitation "Molly" Kcllcgg business. My $3.50, $4, S4.50, S5, $5.50, $6 and $g Leather Bottom, Rocker ilti Llzita Jonei. next session. He is a moat excellent in- who heard the caso is that the condemnWeber Leather cover spring edge coucher, Parlor Suits. MaiurVa structor. ed got oil as lightly as ho could expect. Hopper. Mliaci Sieger, Thk Greenville (Texas) Banner savs It is a sad blow to tho faithful little wife Tambouiino Drill Menhon and that Miss Uallio Hopper Kirtley was and loving mother and general sympaPART TWO. awarded the prize in elocution over thy is folt for them. Apt A Spring Gritting Chorui. eight competitors in the Female College The jury stood four for l!l years, ono Suites ever handled in Mozart I have the most complete line of Bed-rooMenuett Her for 18, one for 15, of that city last Friday evening. A three for 5, one for 2, Mliaci lliiley and Alcorn; Stanford. Solid oak suites from Si 5 to $60. Walnut and natural Mr. E Lto Kirtley, received the and two for 10. brother, Notice Miiso Reid and Hopper. JOHN S. HAYS' UEIilU, Plffi, ' only two medals offered at his college in ol cherry, book cases, hall trees, center tables, combination desks, sideAgainit ...- U umenlhal Arch Stewart, for carrying concealed Venetian Boat Song .. Sale. JOHN S. HAYS' HEIRS., Deft Misiai llolmei anil Stoga. boards, dining chairs, window shades, curtain poles, mattresses and tho same Western city two years ago, weapons, was adjudged not guilty, while . ,.,ltunner Summer Pursuant to a judgment and order ot lale here- springs, pictures. I am headquarters. The bottom has raveled out the one for scholarship and tho other for George Pennington, for a like otTense, Recitation A Miss PearlIdyl in at the February term, 1894,0! tbu court, the Burniide. and neph- caught it for 10 days will, on Commisuoner deportment They are neice of prices. Picture frames made to order On Wardrobes you can Do Koven underlined and $25. H. H. A Winter Lullaby of the foreman of this oflice, who is Wade, selling liquor on Sunday, Large French ew past Milt Matlle Hopper. wns acNth, 1894, count 25 or 35 per cent off ofsell prices.a customer. My Plate MirMonday, Sonata "Pathetlquo,1 Op. 13, Grave, naturally exceedingly proud of them. prices are one to rors so cheap that I will only quitted, and so was Alonzo Richards, ..Beethoven The fint day ol the June term of the Lincoln Allegro molto e con brio door in the no secret but they pay the freight. , Countv Court, before the for breach of the peace. Charles WakeMiis Alice Holmci. CITY AND VICINITY. town of Stanlord, Ky., loll at public outcry to the Cowcn nlcncil anu pen uiu.;t field, malicious cutting, case set for next uvw..w. io iuiim A aluabe Farm in Lincoln property, Miis Eva taeger. Commencement presents at Danks'. Tuesday and Zed Bright and Sheridan made una containing Longfellow county, o.der of thia by recent lurvey Panlooilne The Famine... court, der tne Penny's Is the place to buy jew- - Simpson, petit larceny, for next WedA. It. Reader, Mui Mattie Hopper. nesday. BUhop 254 Acres and 1 Rood of Land, Tell Me, My Heart efcy- The case of Aurelius O. Dunn for the Mlu Alice Holmes. Schubert Ick chests, Ice Cream Freezers at very murder of James Brown, alias Todd, on March Milltalr miles from the town of Stanford, Lying about Mines Reld and Ltmmeri; HustonTllle turnpike road, Ky.,oE the Stanford low prices at Farris & Hardin's. the 9th of last February, an account of and bounded North and Wcat by the lands of Minet Bailey and Sieger. W. W. lUjaand Allie O. Farris; which we tho time, TulU by the lands of Wiu Beck Well Selected, adds J. A. Shannon is a candidate for con yesterday gave atproceeded was called Canadian Boat Song. Chorui. South and 25 per cent, to the beauty and finish of a home. and with. The and otheri and Eait by tho lands of Adam Pence Hustonville precinct, elecstable In the a mora particular Uaughman, Miss Virginia Jackson had charge oi and Samusl ot said Farmbut lor prosecution is assisted by Hon, W. H. by metes and bounds, My stock is sure to please you in description tion In November. Miller and Messrs. W. G. Welch, R. O. calisthenics and tho drill, as seen in the the recent survey, by which It will be conveyed to purchaser, is relerred to. This Farm lies well A Kinosvillk man seriously said here Warren and Harvey Helm represent the rehearsal, showed how patient and pains- the cultivation and U well watered. Has upon it for loghouieof 6 or 8 rooms, una taking bad been her work. that he had seen 500 Mays and never accused. der which there is a dry cellar at all times. For as the last. The commencement exercises will oc- stock purposes two good ponds, a larjre and cora-- ir jurors out of the regular panel and Six such a one arm and bam. A productive i and will consist of music, in odious its neighborhood environments. pleasant A full stock cf Guaranteed Mastic Mixed Paints, Alabastine, Var- were obtained as follows: cur all ot own the The Advocate saya that tho land be sold as a whole for the purThe J. D. Jones, W. H. Dndderar, B. W. the delivering of diplomas to the three pose otFarm willof the proceeds ol sale amongst nishes, &c. division ors demand large damogesfor running Givens, B. Chancellor, J. R, Hale . John and graduates, Misses Mary Bruce, Callie the hens of Sate: S. Hays, deed. 12 months, in through their property. 6 and Terms of the water pipes J. S. Rico and the sheriff was ordered to fiorton and Kate Alcorn, who wil equal installment. Creditorwith approved personal Bond JO will be much security, bearing 6 per cent inttreit from day of Rent. House and lot belonging summons 25 more to appear this morn- read essays. The exerciaesexceeding effect ol a judgment and For theTorce and Before Spring Cleaning. two sale, having the Commissioner, and for further shorter than last year, not payable to to Mrs. Bettie Allord on Danville street, ing for examination. lie retained ou W All the jurors not taken in the Dunn hours in length, President Hubbard tolls good garden already la. For particulars . Master Commissioner Lincoln Circuit Court us. case were discharged till Monday. call on T. H. 8annders. 8, 1894 est prices nt A. It. Penny's. You will find tlio best stock anil low- - Some of tho boys aro so afraid they will havo tho mumps before the hop they are wearing tiny bags of assafwtida 3. PRICES -- m m courl-houo- Sattir-dny'ftfterno- Aber-nathy- 's I to-da- y m New-land- to-da- y. REDUCED. n, m Setferanee & Son. CUT GLASS ! DANES', fie-ili- . After Dinner Cups and Saucers. True-heart- : The : Jeweler. Provi-deuc- e, m some-othe- YOU 7. : Any One Can, CAN Style, Quality and Price. Slill-hous- er yes-tardn- y, o. Slen-efe- n, HUGHES & TATE. Don't Fail to See m SINE & MENEFEE. Commissioner's Sal Valuable Farm. Baby Carriages, $5 to $20, -, June court-hom- o Snow-Flak- ei to-w- lt: W. W. WITHERS. : ti WALL PAPER South-We- st weather-board- ed DESIGN, QUALITY AND PRICE. HJLVX YOtXR REPAIRING ONI It. FXNCTT. Druggist. t - 1 . i &.- - mmf. yVfar&&&GtRi-,&&&- ff&$il&$& M jifljf ik Semi-Weekly Interior Journji AT - A NEW SENATOR'S Wlr;E. Published Every Tuesday and Friday Local Freight North., ...935 an ..... J 07P tu South.. Th latter trains alio carry passengers. The adore i calculated on ttandard tint. Solar (me is about 10 minutes falter. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Golnc North trams nass Junction City as fol- lows: Vestibule starts 6 a. m. Ves tibule Limited vjl p. m Local 1 to p. m. Florida Illite-Grass tho nowly appointed senator from North Carolina, was Miss Mitty Woodson, born will be charRed.a aWWhen not so paid S2.60 anil brought up in it picturosquo old homo on the banks of tho James river in K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Goochland county, Va. Her father, John Woodson, was an ablo lawyer, a man of Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning much literary ability and tho editor for 5 nwhilo of a Whig paper startel in L&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Washington somo CO years ago. Ho marStill trim com; Noith.... ........U37 pm ried Miss Frances Woodson of Keutucky, South.. Jjpra ...... tt 51 pm Cxprets train " South..., " " Norths. A Writer, n I.liiirnlst nnil mi Acquisition to Society. Tho .vifo of Hon. Thomas J. Jnrvis. -- $3 PKR YK AKIN- AD VANCK Please. The beat salve In the world tor cuts, bruiiets Ladies, Your 11. tores, ulcers, salt rheurn, fever sores, tetter, chap ptd hands, chilblains, corns and all skirt erup-tionMy a, candidate for Representative In Congress, sub Two doors above Always on hand It positively cures piles, or no pay requirert to the action ol the Democratic party of the ed. It a guaranteed to Rive perfect satisfaction Is tel K rapldlv opened and tt embraces every Kir.Mli Congressional 1'iitiict ol Kentucky. Tho Nobiost and Nicest Goods? tnlng pretty ami stylish. 1 have engaged Miss box or money refunded. Price 15 cents Julia Stltt, of Cincinnati, to trim forme S.ie is a For sale by A. K. Penny, Stanlord, Kv. Can le had In the market. Prices lown than the lady of much experience and taste and is lute to lowest Mourning goods a specialty. Call and give satisfaction. An examination of goads ia in- 4 etanune before, buying ,MK5, I'tJJvIlV 1 LUUHIO to ' Is a candidate lor rittil. JutHce ol the Peace In the litis MAHY DAVIS DUDDERAR. lonvuie precinct, lusjcct to tne action ol the Mrs. Kate Dudderar, Manager, Stanlord, Ky democratic party. COMMERCIAL III.OCK Daby tvm sick, v pnve her Catori, vtlirn When alio was a Child, she cried for CftMorU. TheDavis Verlic.1 Feed When aho became MKs sho clunff to CostcriA. City Pcst-OfflcIs a candidate for lustlce of the Peace In the Ilus. When sho had Children, she givethem tonsille prrcinct; subject to tho action of the dem BOYLE COUNTY KY. ccrallc party, Are the best because hey run lighter and can do L4 a greater variety of work than any other sewing machine. The s. Bucciln'aAmlca Salve. We are auth otiied to announce Attention, Stock of Millinory lion. jas. Mccreary G. I). SMILEY 3&XXJXJX2r2tt-?2- r rost-Offlc- e. I pr Linnietta Park Springs, Junction e, LH.AIUMS, king Mm OPEN JUNE 1ST, 1S94. - Or, wMfwm . TV , t.S- t 5- "- - w if ICE, IOB. I am now reailv Irem the Stanford - Lncllos The Linnietta Springs Co. tales pleasure in to Its patrons and the publi- - generally have report that they have leased this popular nrcapt.and horn-j- s I placed the management in chrrge Hichrcs, whow proverbial jKilituness and attention insuies pleasure and comf 'it lo Its guets. of Lincoln County RIKis&LSix a in uimicu South N O. Vestibule Limited u'i;a in Local Vestibule arrives S:o p m. 11 tS 11 3$ p. m. Florida p. m. Blue-Gras- s wwme ,??& - ' WKTt V-7 I .". t& t.the pe dellvei rranufactuied Ice The culinary aepartnumt will Factiry to customers rrsiilarlv cial charge ef Mrs Salite RuhaM. whasse quail everv m.riilni! at the rate ef FIFTY CKNIS fication ate too well kno n in at capacity to PER HUNDRED POUND LOIS ami over, and ncsVd touimont In tins Ktxice at 75c In smaller luis. E DHEMKll, Starfnrd. 10 MUSIC. R. Zimmer, -- Are cordially invltnd It call at the St Asa,.?, Hotel and csamtne the midline, as w ell as sam pies of its work. Ms,MUKKAY IIRDS, J'H Stanlord, Ky I) Li. W. 13. PENNV DKALEK IN- - JAMES YKAGLR. THOMAS YEAGKR. YEAGEXH & YEAGEK. L!CT, Jry2-tJ"&i- FEED AND TRiltt STASL2, A sroesl Hand has bren eniortM lor th seaflli. There wilt be ttancmg.sert.ev.nUjr and tfetal btipt every r'tsslay cvenimty The rasd opening bll Friday evealag. Ju't ic. LINNIK1TA ijt'RlNCS CO , Props , ' 4 4t TiipMas R haups Manager Office South Side Main St., In otHee recently vacatest by Or. l.ro F. Hulfmau, ijuafonl, Ky. Fancy Special Hates to Commercial Men. STANFORD. E.Y. Absolutely Bafciacr av II you need livtry plve us a call Nothing but first class turnouts will leave our stable, bee u lor rates. In our Hffiflgass W$ as a e? A'rWWTBl HRAS ORGHAttD cVT Groceries, Hig'gins & Watts, 'n.,... Foreign and Do- - All Kinds of Coal, : Dealers r N" -- T1 w' 0 sea NT m niestic Fruits, Candies, Nuts. Tobacco, Cigars. f Stanford, YOU ARK Kv. Powdet J pow- SIRS. SENATOR JARVI. HARNESS SHOP s, You will find Rood assortment of Harness, Have sour repairing done I y Saddles, our mau he undtrstauds his business Wc tave a mechanic in our Ilri-dleA-- OI'KV, Pure of tho ruuuo nninc, but not a ri'lntivp, who wns 11 grniitlnirce of Thomas J. Crittemlou mid a of greot-grauilniuc- o SEAS03ST OF 1894-Ciiib Qrcriarti,, -- Rospsotfully Invited. I am Just bsrk from the cities with a large d wfll stle. ted st ckof M1LI.INKRY, which I will sell cheaper than ever alisa Laura Jsr'oe, a superior tnmmr from Cincinnati, hasengatted with we and I ran guarrntro satisfaction in every par tleular. fall aadsee my good,, MISS L1CCIE I1KAZI.EY, Stanford, Ky, A cream of tarter baking der. Highest of all in leavening Latest United States strength. Government Food Report. EOYAL BAKING POWDER CO., IOO Wall Street, Now York. THE Condon, 77 RILEY - - HOUSE Kentucky. FRANK RILEY. F. B. RILEY.iProprletor, I have moved to my new Hotel iand am better prepared than ever to accommodate the public. Uood Livery attached and every convenience desired. Give me a call. A. S. PRICE, SURGEON DENTIST (Mice over McRoberts Drug Store in the net Owsley Building. Stanford MAGNETIC OIL! JOHNSON'S V idssssW Iri.tnntlv rttnlaa Ma fttni, Croop.DliiUierln, Sore Throat. IU11ADACIIE, as it by magic. TH5 HORSE BRAND, themoftt Powerful and PenetrntlucUnimcntfor SIou or Ueaat In existence. Largo ?1 size Tic, Guc. elzo 10c UPM Internal and External. rVfM. UlTL'rTlt ITTOl VLT1.T OIA, Lame Dock. Spralnx, I)ruls ,flwilltuir, 8U1T Joints. COLIUand Afl2 Intlant Killer ol Pain. 38g&3S?SZ 8klnCuro and Facs Boau title.. Ladles will find It e noi Jelleat and hlajhly perfumed Toilet Soap on the market. It U absolutely pure. Makes the skill soft and velvsty and retnres the lot com- le a luxury for the Bath for filaslon; Itching, cleanses the scalp and Infants. prcmotea hair. Price 23c. roretileby Medicated and JOHNSON S ORIENTAL SOAP. TMler, The Great A. R.PENNY, .IF Stanford, Ky. Thomas Jefferson. Tnili'p Public incclts discovery by Daniel Alary Woodson was educated at home, Will guarantee first class work and satisfactory Ikor nearly a century or more ago the locslity you want. When you wantaTirst ct Crab Orchard springs has liren the Mecca of eavo for n term or two at iui institution prices. Tiv our horse lhocr. Agents for Deering Machines, the lightest diaft heUthand pleasure seekers. With Its healingr stir-fl of learning for young ladies in Rich machine on earth. ' wiurt, oionlc atmosphere and j'mlincs. it at once affords to the enervated and class meal for 25c, call on him. moud, and shared tho studies aa well as and a Sanitarium. litUlitated a lnlniSitaliniiriita Tli IIVIIIII avwuiiui with stviaiis t.t. h tho outdoor amusements of her brothiana arvuMS tit lt Painter and inspire tne Poet, Sylvan smlks for the ers. Sho did not caro for tho usual ac Mr tne weary, iioonri Loser, eaibowcreil Linsea complishmuuts of young ladies and did llilllanl and Dancing Halls for the light hearted, and Hunting lor the sportsmen, Kspecial attennot learn to play upon nny luuHioal intion is ghen to the cuisine. Mill strument, paint or even do needlework Terms moderate.. From $S tofi$ per week. For Stanford, Ky. further Information, apply to of any kind, but was pasMonately fond GUAUOFM.lNN.Pror. it of tho study of languages, espocially of And 73 Acres of Land. Crab Orchard, Ky. Latin, which enabled her tho easier to LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT ncqniro others. Rank and Trust Company of Stanford, Sk This habit of study and lovo for it FarmersPIU.. against W. M. Dudderar Jimes A. Ky., Duddcrar and Ann Dudderar, Drlts. camo in good piny when her husband old stin j ot J. II. Green, in At tbs Notice of Sale. was sent as minister to Brazil by PresiUy virtue of a judgment and order ol sale herein Kontucky. All kinds nf Carriage and lluggy Tops, Dashes dent Cleveland during his first term. at the October term, iBos, cf tbis court, the under- Hustonvillo, Land Fenders Sho spoko French well and Spanish tol- signed Commissioner will belete the Has just received a beautiful line of the town of Stanford, on erably, and ono might havo thought door in ror that sho would havo no difficulty in 1894, Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. REPAIRED AND RECOVERED Refreshing- and at Satisfactory Prices, style making herself understood in tho counBath, Hot or Cold, Call and see his stock and get his prices which In JOHN II DeNARDI, try to which she was going, but learn- County court day for Lincoln t.un ty, sell at the are lower than anybodys. If you waut a nice set A stylish Hair Trim or Clsin outcry to the hignest and test bidder, Carriage Painter and Trimmer, whip or aduster. She, bo to t: A tract of harness, a ing that Portugueso was tho language following described property-Stao.ferd.Ky. Hinder Twine fur sale. rn in Lincolu Oookifc Farmor'a Borbor Shop. spoken in Brazil sho devoted her three ol Land nntalnlr.tr ti county, and the waters of Du bounded as fol Acres B..r weeks' trip to study and had a pretty lows? Northhy the lands of John Taylor. Soeth thelahCsof Henry Trarlor and West Eastbv fair stock of phrases nt her command andtl.r linds of C M. Spooaamore. but for a more bv when sho lauded. In a short timo sho nartiei'iar description ol the lands by metes and is reicrreti to. ot sale was ablo to converso with ease. Sho bounds, thejudgmeiitincludes herein saluable Mill the Thisuaetof land P. W GUEKN. rronriftor Mill, the dwelling greatly enjoyed her stay in Brazil and Property known as Dudderar's otherimproements. The other three and wroto a very interesting article about house mentioned the judgment and directed to : : : Kontucky. in tho women of that country for a Ttich- - tracts will not be sold, for the reason that they ba acid disposed Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your I rnond magazine. This was by no means have heretofore beenthereof. of and plaintiff has The Drug-Stor- e am still ninnint this , received the benefit Hotel aad of her first literary effort, for even as a The whole, or so much ra will w will continue lo give my guests th. mlittst alien will be sold as will satisfy the Tract ro ... a. ..let. is tion as well as thn bt si the market arTurds. young girl sho had written a number cf the .irr lur wvi wms,. iti- iioh? nt nia inn i, jo (ijvi. r clever stories. terest from July 3. 1801. unit paid, and the lurthe pedal Attention to the Travel6 per cent, intsrest from Ju Mm. Jarvis is of medium height, sum of 11,071.71, with ing Public. ly 8, IBos, unm paiu with brown hair and eyes and fair com- ed, subject to x credit ol 4,413.51. paid Januarv School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, sum 10 plexion. Sho is bright and entertaining 13. 1S04, proceeos of Holiclaw's notes. Thecosts to Whn you waat a turnout com. to tar and all Liquors for Medical Purposes. and an acquisition to tho best society of be raised to cover plaintiffs debt 01 saic, w,.w,.tho Capital City. erms 01 saie: a crnun of six months. Ilond svith approved personal security with six per centPrices to suit th. hard times. Call or leave ordar Juliette M. Badbitt. the interest from day ol sale, havingAlh. force and efat the Myers House Orocc Com'r. Lien Washington. i.,t nt ImlirmMt and navable homr-lil(, t ' J,-- . Headquarters lor almost anything BLACKSMITH SHOP. nm Commissioner's Sale Valuable Property, R ZIMMER. Of - wii . fff S n D. CAHPEITTEB,, well-know- n BUGGY TOPS. ss court-hou- se - u Monday, June nth, to-i- First-cla- ub-l- ic io-6- m DR. S. G. HOCKER, DRUGGIST. Tho Myers House, Stanford, . .'- - 1 " 11 A w Drugs, School Supplies, Call and sec us. first-cla- ss -. The Best Goods for the Least Money, DR. S. G. LIVERY STABLE. YOU ARE GOING., NORTH or WX8T, ..THE., LOUISVILLE 4 I Nashviuc R. R. I Is the line for you, as its Double Daily Trains Make connections at close LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. Night Way to Hull an I'mbrclla. The right way to roll an umbrella is to tako hold of tho ends of the tips and San Francisco Portland. tho stick with tho samo hand and hold thorn tightly enough to prevout their being twisted whilo tho covering is A "World's twirled around with tho other hand; then your umbrella will bo as nicoly VIA closed as when you bought it, and tho only wear and tear will bo on tha cloth. v It is twisting tho ribs out of shnpo around tho stick and fastening them II there that spoils most of tho umbrellas. Never hold tho umbrella by tho haudle gj) tCUISVlUt mjt8AJTCHIUt0liT6: alouo when you roll it up, and you will find it will last longer and cost less for PULLLIANSA1TD repairs. CARS. ....!. t R. C. VARKKN. Master Com'r Lincoln Circuit Court HOCSIE, Ti. Druggist. GO TO- - FIRST NATIONAL BANK Or STANFORD. KY. Fair Record. CHICAGO W. H. HIGGINS, -- For Your- - Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Hose, Rubber Hose, Iron Clad Hose, Reels, &c Poultry Netting, Screen Fans. Screen wire doors and windows made PAELOI. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information enquire of JOES. HICK. Agent, Stanford, Ky Or W. A. McQUOWN, Trav. Pass. Agent, Junction City, Ky John 11. Love Questions. strong-stemmed, ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE Castleman. A. G. Lanham ROYAL Insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&OASTLEMAjN MANAGERS, Commerce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. IT. A. TEIBBLE, Local Ajent, STANFORD, KY. J ULCERS. CANCERS, SCROFULA, 1 I -- SALT RHEUM. RHEUMATISM. BLOOD POISON. kindred disease arising famx Impure blood successfully treated by that never-iailln- g and beat ot all tonics and thse aasL every calcines. Swifts SSSEISSSS Books on Blood and Skin free. Printed testimonial seat on application. Addraaa aOisc&sea Swift SMCiflcOo., ATLANTA. 4U 4 40 $ S Lve Paris ....C 9 5 Q 13 3i $ Arr BlUabeth 3 00 Centreville...., $ 9Mr Fred Miller ol Irving, III. writes that he Arr Newtuwn -- 8 7 S3 9 Arr had a Severe Kidney trouble (or many years, Arr C. S. Depot 4 330 - 9 40 with sever, pains in his back and also that his Arr Georgetown B 1037 747 045 bladder was affected. He tried many o called Arr Johnson . 11 47 J J00 KldneX cure lint without any good result. About Arr Duvall...,..........." St e a year eTO h began us.ol Klecttic Bitten and Arr Stamp'g Ground 1100 3 found raise at one. Electric Bitters is especially Arr Swluer 0 30 -- tr to 7 13 adapte4 secure ef'Vss Kidney and Liver troubles ArrElkhorn -- ..u 17 nd often give. Nnot instant relief. One trial ArrSumralt. . .it J3 7 33 9 3 J will prove our aisttcment. Price only 30c, lor Arr Frankfort.-- A 7 arge bottles. At A. R. Penny's Drug Store. A connects with L. & N, e e C. and L. S. B connects with Q. A Quarter Century Teat. O connects with K. C. For quarter ol century Dr. King's New DisSUNDAY TRAINS. covery has been tested and the millions who have Leave Franklort 9 00 a. m ; Georgetown to 00 a. received benefit from its use testily to lu wonder30 ful curative powers in all diseases of the Throat, m. Lve Georgetown to 37; arrive rranHwit u Chest and Lungs. A remedy that has stood the PTne Kentucky Midland Railway and connectcatsolcng- and that has given so universal satistions form the shortest end cheapest route to all faction no experiment. Each bottle is positively guaranteed loujive relief or the money will be poinu South, Kait, NCTth and West.their agenU. For further information apply to Paaa. Agent refunded. It is admitted to be the moat reliable C. D. BERCAW, Gen. for Coughs and Colds. Trial bottles free at A. it. GEO. B. HARPER, Gen. Supt. Penny's drug store. Large size 30c and $1. Three white rosea filled the air with RUNNING - DINING - CARS. Bwetitnesfl-thr- ee white rosea, WRITE TO long nml leafy, with petHls of E. II BACON, D P. A.. K.J KEED.O. PA. waxen fineness and velvet softness. Chicago, 111. Lojisville, Ky, They swayed in the tall, clear K'laes that Denver. held them. They shone against tho dull St. Paul. red of the wall, against which they were placed, with a sort of radiance. Tiiev seemed more than mere flowers they were angelic messengers. Shortest anJ quicl.cst between She sit and watched them through her long lashes -- she was like them slender, lithe and stroog, cold and beautiful. Only Direct Line between The white gown that she wore was claspFrankfort, Georgotown and Paris, ed with a cord the color of leaves. Her Carlisle, Maysvillo, Oynthiana, small, head was set upon her Falmouth and Covington. with the grace of one of tho bios Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains neck run by Central Standard Time. She watched thorn coins on its stem. Tine Tabid April 1, 1893. with an inscrutable expression on her TIlAlNS EAST. No. 7. No. 3. No. t. p. m.1 p. in. a. m. face. It noa almost as though she wt ro 4 o 7 00 Leave Franklort A iw 36 10 of their race and were listening to them 4 Summit 706 ' J 4 7 " Elknorn speaking for her ear alone. l 4 4 7 Switier a 00 Stamplnc Ground7 33 431 ' A sudden breeze passed through the Duvall '0 4 S' 7 34 o room, A waxen petal fell from a roso 5 4 7 40 Johnson B ...7 46 33 Georgetown 5" She started suddenly from her reverie. 3 00 3 ' " C. S. Depot 7 35 80S She smiled contemptuously as she moved 3 Newton j3 8 16 3 3S J 39 Centreville chair. from the 8 ao 3 43 3 43 ' "Three white roses!" Bhe murmured. Arrive Elizabeth C 8 30 5 35 4 Q" Pans 1 50 "Three white roeee! And only $ a dozen. Is thin what be calls love!" 13 TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. 8. No. m. p. a. m. p tu. a. m, New York World. W. H. HIGGINS. Ky. Midland R'y, PLOST Who try to sell Staple and Fancy Groceries CA-IjX- Attention of th. public la invited te the fee that this is the only National Bank in Stanford Under the provisions of th. Nstionsl Ilaak Act depositors ar. secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders Iisbllliy lor aa amount equal to the stock, aa that depositors ot this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. Cot-to- r. rive sworn statements of thecondilion of baak areruade.schycarto the United Sutes th. govern-meand Its assets are esamlned at stated time, by government agents, thua securing addituoaa end perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as the Deposit Hank or Stanford In ilj8, then Wire and Fly iid as the National II. nk ol Stanford In 1M3 and acaia reorganised as the First National Bank ol to order. Stanlord In i$4s, has had practically an uninter-rupte- d eiistenceof is years. It Is better supplied now with lacllitles for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before In its long aad honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully solicnt Capital Stock 9200,000 urplua 21,300 ;"- ?JK "S&LU r'Bf - Th. Directory ol this Hank is composed 01 Korestsis Rrid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln: J.W.lIayden, Stanford; S.H. Ilaughman, Lincoln; J. S. Ilockcr. Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; M D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford. K. L, Tanner, McKinney; M' J 'Miller, Ml. Vernon J S. Hocker, President; John J. McKoberts, Cashier; A. A. McKinney. Assistant Cashier. ited. What, why my money on every purchase not made at the One Horse Store of Cincinnati and Frankfort McKinney & Hocker, and other goods too Ever. well-pois- j OUST T E3 Goods Cheaper than Farmers BanMTnist Co For almost any thing you may want. 1 McKINNEY & HOCKER. 3- -- B OrjSTANFORD,:KV., It now fully organised and ready for business with Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. . Surplus, . 20000. It Majr Do as Much for You. . '' -- 109 WHAT DOES IT MEAN? ' o7 7J 95 9-- It Bteias that th. Qasra sad Cresesnt floats Is tt milts shortest I'lualnruti mi Ixilo'Un) tlrallss shortest Clulnn.il to SI miles hurtn.tClniinaatltci N.w Orlcuiss IDS tuliss sborutt ClaclaBatltaL'lutUa4(a.AtUuta,rJMksjaTUl, florlJu. Utwta SUCCESSOR tpTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL, BANK OK STANFORD, Now closing upl with th. same ass. U and uadei the same maaag.oi.st. By provisions or its chatter, depositora are a fully protected a. ai.depo.hort in National Hanks, its shareholders being held individual Uaole to the extent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereol, in addition to the amount Invested in auch shares. It may actai taecutor. edminUUator, Uustee, Ac., a fully at an individual. To those who entrusted their bulslness to while maagleg the Lincoln National Baak tu ol Stanford, we w. here tender our many thanks aaa trust they will continue to transact their buaineat wiiu us, ouering as aguarante. tor prompt attea-ho-b to tame, pur twenty y.ar.' experience la banking and as liberal accommodations aa are with sound baaktrtg. coa-state- s! t3 SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS Dlrtct lias ti Tsiuand Mcslco via Sew Orlini or vU 8hrTtwrt. Ask abo.ttourt I. CllftrnU. Prum lA.ui.TilU. hh.lbyilll. .nit Lawrsncsbure, dlnst cdbbscUoo is mads at Lilsftoa .AahtTtllf. C. sll th. t'nnOolr oftin. afcoTt points. Throssh runul.e thrsnili ttrs firs t y, Cinsiautl Vkkskorjr aii'l t. Bhrtv-fo- rt. huuxrlll. sat snli IUktMUtial.dtiauuUalltvUiUoth. Osa't PassT W. C. KINEAnSO.V, Ac"-- . Claclaaatl. 0. J. J. WillUms, Mt, V.rnon; S.H. Shanks, tftaafotd; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S, J. Embry, Stanford; J. B. Owsley,' Stanford; J. F.JlCatn, Stanford; BtaacTORt-- . 1 1 j, ' QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. 8. H.ahtDVs, President, Dr4i;.B. OwsteyJCashitr, William Gooch, Stanford; A. W.;Carpeater,MllledgevilU, Ky W. Hj Cumtntnt, Preaeherivllle W. M. Bright, Teller. ?. L.jjssrtsa-aw. .id.jt' Nsoeia. ' .A , . a !, . fafc.JhK.fMa,