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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894061201 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. J Lt Semi-Weekl- y VOL.XXtl. CRAB ORCHARD. gin-si- s i Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. JUNE 12. 1894. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. DEATH'S 0 , NO. 30 DOINCS. LANCASTER, CARRARD C3UHTY. A patent churn iimn lina Btrnck tbe Tbo wnrm days bring Summer Trio halls in the court house and the At 5:80 r. m Sunday, at the home town once more. and we nro kflad to aeo thotn. of her Mr. J. Wesley circuit court room are receiving a much Mr. Joe Holton informs me that his Hocker, of Hustouvillc, Mrs. Amer- needed coat of plastering. Mrn. W. U. Jarvis, ol LHiicasturi Misses Muggio and Myrtlu Find), of D.m-- 1 first child ia n Rlrl and that it arrived ica Hniluy breathed her last. She had The directors of tho Lancaster Build, ville, and Mlsa Anna lUlna, of Lebanon, Inst week been dangerously ill for mouths and con- ing and Loan Assination elected J.'IO. Lnnrel Co. Iiuh ",rlo whiln cbildren sidering thu Hintll amount of nourishwon the guests of J. L. Jarvis and wife, Hemphill as secretary and treasurer vico within tlio scbool nge und 11 colored, ment alio had taken during that time, it It E. Mcltobtrts, resigned. of Cntb Orchard. 55 -- The flower mission Tho L. & N. han pi von notice that nli making n total of 6,786. fa remarkable with what tenacity she of tho W. O. T 1M Williams, tlm colored biuber, hnn held on to "life. Mrs. Bailey, who wnBtlie U. held serviced at roaJa on their rigbt-o- f way mun lm tho county poor home. moved in SO days. If it enn he enforced jHt completed a euhstantittl rdiop on relict of the lute Curroll Btiley, was born Sunday afternoon, when It jv. Clin. Iteid therc will he quite a roud moving In this Mnin tjtret, near Ida residence, May 12, 1MVJ, and waHconsi-queutlover preached.! A large crowd was in AttendI am requested to ask the people of i)2 years old -und of tho county. i perhaps tho oldest inhabi- ance, It eeotns that wj are Roing to hnvti London who rend tho Illhle to look at tant in the countv. Hit hu'hand, who The ajurm of il' Uur I iv whs cans adiools in Crab Orelirird from the looks pfv. six II and J nines 1:20. was in his dny u prominont farmer and i'd by tho burning of a f"w flhingles on Tbe demociatic eountv committee stock raiser, was thrown from his horse tho roof of Mr E. Brown's kitchen. Tile of teachers now on iihiki, rroi. timlt't and Villis tire in our midst, all will deride what to do .Monday in re- and died from the elTecta April 25, 1S19. (lames wro extinguished with several good instructors. gard to notnlnRtioua for county ollices. Till!) left Mm. Bailey with ntne children buckets of water. There was i dellgbtful picnic glren Hov. Luclen Noel preached nt the Ueorto I.aina nnd a aon of Sam to raise, 00 aluves to look after and Saturdny for the benefit of the young Guinea ar down with tho typhoid fever. f iriis to work. That alio succeeded Presbyterian church Sunday morning ladies who bnve just returned from Both live out of town and are doing in all this, one has only to recall tbe fuct and announced that there would be regschool, but wo learn it ia to be. written up well. that all of her children grew up to be ular services at this church every Sunby one who attended and I know Bh 1st The Knlihtsof Pythias did uot dec- prominent in badness circles, in kocmI day until further notice. capable of doing It justice. Mr. Coleman Leo has returned from orate at Pittsburt Saturday, but will do rirclcH, and aUt on und better than all, The Biipper Riven by tho ladies of so next Sunday. A largo crowd will bo thu happy and respected heads of fami- Louisville, whero he has bepn attending lies. The business that was left in her school and was given a handsome recepthoChriatian church Fri lsy niglit waa prsnt. charge was carefully attended to, and tion Saturday evening at tho home of his but considering -- Mrs. II. M. Diahon, of ICast quite a flnancial hiiccohr, lor infant waa bur notwithstanding her large family, the mother, Mrs. Blanche Sweeney. A largo thu qnality of ovorytblng uervwl it died Sunday. ahould have been better. The Crab Or led the same day. Hiram Jones' wife little fortune left by her husband grew number of his young friends were preschar.l Indies are certainly ai ovo the aver- of the Tuttle neighborhood, died Satur- lurger instead of smaller, under her good ent. An elpgant supper was served, the management. Mrs. Bailey was tho only string hand discoursed sweet music and a age ft to cuke baking. day. child of James and Polly Patton, who delightful evening was spent. U. II. C'rossfield, of Glasgow, certifiUev. There were 07 applicants for won golden oplnlona hero .Sunday as a cates at thu school examination last were born in 177J and 1762, respectiveThe6es9ionof the large and excelpreacher of much power. His morning week. Of this number 10 received first- - ly, nnd it was on Fob. S, 1S20, that she lent school of Miss Sallie Anderson clos sermon at thu Christian church is blgb- - class certificates, SI second and 20 third. wus wedded to Mr. Bailey. The nine ed with appropriate exercises at the courtchildren that blessed the union have all house ou Thursday evening, June 7th. ly spoken of but tho one at the union Tj1H rt.mnlninK 10 fuileil. nt niglit was a master piece. It. services The London base ball club has (by married, and with the exception of Mrs. The attendance was large and the auED. F. OWENS, Proprietor. was upon the subject of temptation with tjiw kindness of the fair ground manage-tex- t Williams, Mrs. Diiulap and Mrs. Cook, dience was delighted with the perform 111. from Jnuua ment) been allowed to lay oil a field in all are living. They are: Mrs. J. K. ances that consisted of songs, recitations Miss Alice Moore gavo a select bop the center of tho fair grounds. It is n Hullman, Mrs. W. L. Williams, Mrs. and a "cantata." Miss Helen Gill was Richard Duniap, Mrs. Samuel Held, Mrs. Hwarded the pri.e of a gold medal for Wednesday night in honor of her gueat, beautiful place for a game and the Wilde. Everyone reports u good lists belonging to it believe that they Dr. W. S. Drye, J. P. 1'tiley, Mrs. J. M. good behavior, w hlcli was presented by Cook, Mrs. J. W Hocker nnd tMrs. Hel- Gen. Landram at the close of the exertune. Mis Alice looked queenly m a could beat the I.ouiavilles The deceased was an cises. W. 11. Catching and Col. Kd. en B. Hullman Hon. pink silk with black velvet trimming, d and true It is said that the graduating class at arrayed Parker are at home from Washington excellent worn .i, while her guest was beautifully 'j unit which would 'Old Centre" this week will appear In Because my friends trade with :ne, fur which I appreciate and thank helotropu'sllk with lace. Mrs. Moore City. Mrs. Olmstead Adams, of Paint and ever ruii In of iiii'M. Kven caps and gowns. The justices of the su- them vety much. I don't know ,1 better wiy to get your trade than Lick, is visiting hero. Mrs. K G. Ward add to the served refreshments Vk her usual style. iu her hit da. 1, n , tier ir.i n. feeble preme court, wear gowns upon the to get family, of lloy'o. and children, of Lancaster, are here visMr. W. Wallace and Justice Harlau enveloped in his McWhor-te- r, and aching, hue sju'iit to mid p easure bench. have taken rooms at Mrs. Watd's for tho iting relatives. Miss Nannie bv judicial paraphernalia looks as majestic C3-OOIis at her brother's at McWhorter, to her children aud Summer. Mr. Andrew Iluchauau is, donating bits of her imndi a or:, . i.tuii as jumbo; while Chief Just'ce Fuller Ky , for a few days. home from Centre College. He brought n though his For you to select from. ' ilia jtii primpedj Col. Joe Young, who ill probably w,l 'ie held us trensuren l", Mr. Arch McKinney with hint to attend a rmiiiiry picnic "sjv what you thu hnn as life lasts. Mrs. luiley I'Min-i- i Mis Loretm Har be thu next poatmaaler of London, is the picnic SUurday. x: tner- - is a grnt ileal in appearances, g Christian church yenrs g at.d has evei din, Mrs. I). U. Edmistou, Mrs. John Kd now in tho Western States And no on top of our other trou-tiaMe win ue gi.ui to learn been a consistent, cutibcieul una Chrie- miaton and Mr. Felix Mmi an on the mall contracts. Ii1h comes a coil iaininejHiid old ftshion- - A nice line of Dry Goods, Notions, Straw Hats, Caps, always ready to do tbe Fans, Ice tbe I.ntkiiior Jocrkal. of sick list. Misi IImIIIh Klmifton and w"' I'" " w ill. She frequently epuke of dying, aj- - ed fires of wood are in order. The only Cream Freezers. My prices are tempting, Come this week if you the 10 pound boy at his father Grace Tudor attended commencement at Vincent Boreing, where Mrs. waj a expressing her wUliugneos logo. trouble, outside 'of the scarcity of timber want shoes an other goods cheap for cash. Lancaster Mies Kva Stem cainu home g but nt the same time acknowledging that is thujiil'lculty of adapting the wood to from Stanford college Saturday, perfectly Young now resides. Under the is almost certain to name it would he hard to give up her friends the grates that have been prepared for to rest through the hot weather. stances, Joe here. Fur about 25 years Mrs. Biiley the exclusive ube of coal. In olden Grover. Miss Ella Melvin is visiting her brother, l' times it was the custom to Hit apart days A recent visit to Mu Vernon shows was a member of Mr. J. M. Cook's faintDil-- 1 Ed Melvlu at London. Miss Lockle gentleman's death she of fasting and prayer in times of trouble. ly, but since that lion and brother, Oliver, are visiting that it la s growing town and a business lce. There is more going on there in has made her homo at Mr. Hocker'a, Why should not this time honored cusMre. Burke at Junction City. their sister, .vhere she died, At 'i o'clock yesterday tom be renewed, especially Ht a time Mrs. J. I. McKinney returns to her j " hour than many mountain towns can up In u week. The water supply afternoon all that WW mortal ot this ex- when ever thing seeim to be going home in Montgomery Thursday. She low cellent woman was laid to rt;dt in the w rong? will be accompanied by her neice, Mirs from Limestone Springs is not equalled Mixa KnteSehidge, of Chattanooga, cemetery at Hustonvilie, alter appropri-- j Katie 'Slaughter, who will visit her a by any town in tho State and the ate remarks by Kid. W. L. Williams, ii visiting Mrs. CI11T. Anderson. W. K. Misses Ellle and Addle Holmes siclana have to go to adjoining counties May the Shugars and Carpenter Stewart went to ' for practice, except for births, which oc- - thus ending a well spent life. visiting relatives near Stanford are - angels peacefully bear her spirit to that Crab Orchard Sunday. Mrs. Edward iiii-iUWIl DlllClilUIieil L'IlUllt(ll IU (sl brighter and better world where the Stevenson and little sou, Edward Chaun-cey- , port. A Bright Star Gone. and Miss Lizzie Hopper, of Huston, Curds are out announcing the mar wicked cease from troubling and the1 Mrs. Ettn Elmore, poetess, novelist, riage of Mr. Thomas L. Adams and MIbs weary are at rest. Texas, are the guests of Mrs. Anne Hopchristian, died at her home in Lincoln Katherinu McGrath, at BryanUville.June The little baby boy born to Mr. per. Mies Alice Hudson has returned We can furnish any grade Bicycle at a price that will county. Words of love to her From 23. As Tommy comes into an inheritance aud Mrs. U. K. Gaines a week ago was from Echool in Virginia. Miss Lizzie the twilight of illness to a dawn of recov- of $10,000 in rash nnd a s farm buried yesterday iu Bullalo Cemetery, Thompson is the guest of Miss Maggie ery back to the night of death. On Sat and his bride will be equally well sup- having died of liver affection. Bright iu Stanford. Mr. H. A. B. Marks- urday, June 2nd, at her residence in Ltu plied with this world's goods, there is See our Stock. Mrs. Ora Xabers, sister of Mrs. Wil- bury has returned from a business trip Examine our prices before making order elsewhere. county, Mrs. Etta Elmore, the accom- no doubt but their pathway will be a liam Martin, died nt tho latter's home to Louisville. Mr. John Baughman, of plished poetees and journalist, departed golden one, Hiid there will be silver Boyle, visited his neice, Mies Nannie g near Hale's Well yesterday. this life. Although sympathetic friends Sweeney Saturday. Mr. Herbert Price, behind every cloud. May they love The great clock at Itoueu. France, of Danville, is the guest of Mr. Fred and relatives hid closely watched and each other through life as they do now, intelligence, her has been grinding out time and striking Frisbio. Mies Fannie Underwood rewere expecting the and is as good a wish ns any one could give as a heavy blow on all who the hours and quarters for over 50J years, turned from Eminence, Saturday, where death fell them. running all this time without interrup sho attended school this year. Messrp. or knew of her. She had been ill knew for a few days but waa not thought to lo Judge Williams, lit Franklin county tion. Frank B. Markshury audi Joe Haseldon J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Queen Victoria is said to be a very attended a big party in Nicholasville last dangerously so until a few bonis before court, decided that thu d'stilleid' Hit in she died. She eu lie red Intensely but he new constitution is unconstitutional. poor Bpeller, and is addicted to tho habit week. Sep. 4,1894. bore It with that sweet patience and sub- Tliocllect will be lo tax all whisky, iu of writing illegibly to bide errors in orThe doctors were given a big ban-- ) Full corps of Conservatory and N'orranl SehMl teacheri. superior courses in Literature, Music ass mission which waa characteristic of her bond Justus other personal property, tax thography. A great many people likdo boarding department. Catalogues ani circulars furnished on application. uet at Shelbyville ThursJay night aud An. Excellent old Vic iu this matter. life. Mrs. Etta was born in 1SW. She to be paid annually. is a een next morning tlio body adjourned, afMrs. Henry Ward Beecher was the relict of Will Elmore, w ho Thu Alabama supreme court, having her to tho tomb four years. Mrs atlirmcd the decision of thu lower court Bible woimn. She saye: "I am unalter ter electing the following officers; J. of Louisville, president; C. W. Etta waa te;tdor, kind and gentle iu her in thu case of the eight negro murder- ably opposed to woman sullrage. I can Although just entering upon ers of Montgomery, all of thu inui will not understand why women will not be Aitkin, of Flemingsburg, first vice-prmanners. the pathway of life's duties andactivitUs bo banged next month. They murder- sAtieiled with being women, without as- ident; John F. Baughman, of Flat Licki FO R Steele Biley, of second piring to mail's estate." she liad secured for herself a large circle ed a of tried and true friends, who admired The Hoods iu the Northwest have Stauford, secretary; J. B. Kinnaird, of Twenty commonwealera nru reportchristian vir- ed drowned near Biighton, Col., by the reached their height aud have begun to Laucaster, treasurer; Frank Boyd, of her for her true moral and tues. She was the daughter of a fond capsizing of a boat. Good. Best way subside. The damage that has resulted Paducah, librarian. Board of Censors, and devoted mother, who though strick- to get rid of 'em. will reach 13,000,000, falling principally W. W. Kichman, of Clinton; W. K. Kirk, en by this bitter page of early bereave New styles at lowest prices. Call and see. Theodore P. Haughey, late presi on tho railroads. The western connec' of Louisville; O. D. Mansfield, of Stanment, has thu happy consolation that Bhe dent of the wrecked Indianapolis bank, tion of the Union Pacific is practically ton. Harrodshurg was selected as the has tho sympathy of a largo, circlo of was sentenced to six years iu the peni- washed out for 'J00 miles and others place of the next meeting, and the phy aiciaus of Mercer county were appointed friends aud tho firm as9iirunce that Etta tentiary. have been damaged almost as much. The best inside wall finish; cold water process. who was as a committee of arrangements, with rests in the home of the blessed. All The family of an Italian who knew Mrs. Etta bear testimony that The Big Four Route to Chicago and St. mobbed iu New Orleans iu the prison power to choose their own chairman. PAINTS Lead, Oil Colors, Mixed Paint, Carriage Paint, Stains Louis. aho was loving and lovable in all the was given by a court $3,000 damaThe 1IIG FOUR route has tbe bett terminal la. yard Closest prices for cash. Wis. The famous retreat in and Varnishes. Ashland, walksof life, carrying with her that true ciUtici at Chicago. All traliu enter Chicago on ges as a test case. The U. S. Court of along; tu imltioftlie MEDICINES Prescriptions compounded with care from the best nover failed the Illmoli Central tracksmost picturesque poition Appeals has decided unanimously that northern Wisconsin located on the Wisbut modest pcrsonality'that Lake Front, througn the consin Central Lines at the bead of the Give us a call. W. B. McRoberts. to awaken the admiration of all truo lov- oi the city, and Undi pauengeit In the magnifi- cities are only responsible for damage Chequamegon Bay is a most desirable drugs and chemicals. cent New Central Station on TwrKth Street anl of the truo and beautiful. She was a Lake Front. Thu station it convenient to the done to property by mobs, and damages spot lor one to apeuu a summer outing, ers member of tho Christian church nnd in Auditorium, Richelieu, Victoriaheand Leland Wa- for deaths can not be collected from surrounded as it is by the beautiful and within two blocks of State and Apostle Islands. Little need be said of all her iclatlons to the.church of Christ bash Street Cable Lines and the South Side Ele- them. Railway. Convenient stops are alio made vated its scenic beauty aud health giving qualBhe was truo until the light at Hyde Park, among uen Street and place should not bo overStreet Stations. It May Do as Much for You. he ities. Thisthose figuring on n resort for of her uarthly life waa smothered in looked by Vcillbuled Trains, Parlor Cars. Irving. 111. writes that Magnificent Mr. Fred Miller ot for many year., death. ho was transported from the Wagner Sleeping Cars, Private Compartment lluf-f- had a Severe KtJDey trouUe and also that his their next summer's vacation. The tour Sleeping- Cars and Suptrb Pining Cars. No with severe pains In his back, tat will find excellent fishing and boating nursery Christ's chosed ones to be a transfer across Cincinnati to make connections. Prices lower than any one. bladder was affected. He tried many so called Your ticket should read via the BIG FOUR KidtieX cure but without any good result. About at this point, and good hotel accommoof light. partaker if the joys of the angel Route to enjoy these privileges. Solid trains be- a vear aeo he began use ol Electric Bitters and dations at very reasonable rates. For . iWhiloiti sad to part with ber let it tween Cincinnati and St. Louts, with Palace found relief at once. Electric Bitters is especially further particulars, maps,, time tables, Sleeping Cars between St. Louis and Waihlogton, adapted to cure of all Kidney and Liver troubles apply to Jas. O Pond, J bo a leaso to all that while the good are 1). C., via the DIG FOUR Route. aud olten gives almost instant relief. One trial and guide books The elegant service clfercd by gathered lome, all alike are liable to be between Cincinnati and bt. Louisthe BIO FOUR will prove ourAtstatement. Price on!y 50c. lor Genl. Passr. Agt., Milwaukee, WIb. is excelled by arge bottles. A. R. Penny's Drug Store. called, Wttch therefore for ye know not ro other line. Night trains are composed ot new m cars throughout, coaches of the latest Improved I have two little grand children who are teethSee our Spring Stock of A Quarter Century TeBt. the day nor the hour the ron of man pattern and Wagner Sleeping Cars In service for ing this hot summer weather and are troubled DisDr. King's For quarter to her reward, the first time. Way trains have Parlor and draw- coverya has been ot a century the millions New have with bowel complaint. I give them Chamberlain's comet;i. She has gone who tested and ing Room Cars and exnuislle Dining Cars and Colic, Cholera aud Diarrhoea Remedy and it sets wonderto tit, aud wldle a large circle of friends abed through Palace Iluflet Sleeping Cars between In- received benefit frominIU use testilyor Its inroat, like a charm. I earnestly recommend It for chilthe all diseases ful curative powers Louis and Washington D. C, via Cincinnati, dren with bowel troubles. ( was myself taken has stood tears d bear this page of a Bad and dianapolis and Chesapeake & Ohio Ry., in con- Chest and Lungs. A remedy thatuniversal the with a severe a tack of bloody flux, with cramps so long and that has given so the'famous "F. V,' The Uinlng of my stomach, drearheart ahe wears her palm of vic nection with extends throughF.from St. Lonls to test Is no experiment. Each bottle is positive-be and pains in cured me Within at hoursa botUe of I wasout Car Service this remedy or the money will tory ail invites all to join her in nappy Weshington For tull inclination regarding rates, ly guaranteed to give relief to be the most reliable of bed and doing my house work. Mrs. W. L. is admitted Hickman Co , Te on. For etc., apply to nearest ticket agent, or address I. refunded. It Colds. Trial bottles free at A. K. Duncan, ' W. L. Withers, Salesman. home h the land of the eternal. II Martin, Gen'l Pass, and Ticket Agt.,or E. O. for Coughs aud sale by Dr. 8. G. Hocker, Druggist, bunlord. Penny's drug store. Large siie joe and Ji. A. Fkiknd. McCormick, Pass. Tratfic Manager i fiou-in-laJ CUMBERLAND : FALLS : K0TLL, 12 ' y I j uv-iu- h! llern-Rtad- t, 1 1 . ego-Mi- ss I MEET WITH SUCCESS. T"H:n I iiud-hearte- ! i,,u - gMnd-vuietre- ii n 111 1 BEST J. DS I fr aub-lettin- 1 n, HAVE JUST RECEIVED C. Mai-ter'- 's, j ,Ik circutn-willln- FLORENCE. ZBicycleSS phy-mont- h. u blue-graB- s.av:e irou good nnoisrEir W .H. WEAKEN & CO. lin-iu- Stanford Female College. Spriuj; Session Tuesday, Tuesday, pre-cede- d es McRobepts' Drug Store, nrr a tt r WW JlUA 8 store-keepe- r. t; PAPE1 IT, Ho-te- la Thirty-nint- n Twenty-secon- d WE ARE IN 1 J Disc Harrow s, Geo. W. Brown Culti"' vators, Corn Planters. satls-tacti- one-thir- d Bon-aqu- a, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, and Farming Implements. B. K. WEARE1T. rfc r"wyy wiyijHMqgrwy -- fgg-sntfr- f jyg y&v-Kt-w-- il w -- iPwggCTgwpjjlEpipppiwwWIWWBIPW CONCLUDED TO WALK. demi-Week- ly Interior Journal June 12 189-- 4 Stanford, Kv., VV. P. WALTON. Thk statement that Little Phil Thompson pot 130,000 for Kettlnjc the bill through Congress which the president has just signed, authorizing a bridge across the Hudson, between New York and Jersey City, is doubtless rb much magnified as his estimate of Kentucky manhood is contrneted. It h i have been foaled at Cleburn Stock Farm are pacers. A fast Vandalia train was wrecked mankind to the present administration. Col. It. U. Morgan, of Lexington, 40 miles east of St. Louis. Tho fireman Between Charley Moore, who pours was killed and 12 persons were injured. bought 30.000 pounds of hemp on Monhot shot Into him iu his Blade, aud DeFire at Kansas City Sunday destroy- day for which he paid Jo per 112 pounds George Alford sold to Farris it Hat-di- n ' Breckinridge, who denounces him sha ed two agricultural implement plants a combined mare for S135 and bought of causing a loss of $310,000. Five persons as a liar and a coward, the presenUot of Harve Helm a gelding by Pence for W.O.Owens is not a happy one. He, were injure! by falling walls, safely moved $110 however, cornea back at his accusers and Coal trains were Patronize home institutions and help in a card charges Desha with cowardice through Sullivan couuty, Iud. It is beyour own cause by getting your stock and hiding behind Moore, a confessed lieved the strike is about at an end, and coward. He further takes occasion to that the militia will soon bo ordered ready for the Stanford Fair July HMh and 20th. brand Col. Breckinridge as a liar and home. Tho great electric light of 100,000,000 Direct, 2:0oJ, has OS mares booked to perjurer and says he is ready to meet any of them at any time and in any way candle power hns been started up at San- him thin year and every ono is either a they may select. There, be gosh. Now dy Hook, near New York. It converts nerformer. sister of n performer or tho night into day for miles around, being dam of one. let them put up or shut up. visible even at Philadelphia. The Madison Fair will bo held July Two marked men robbed tho rail 24 '17 with $1,500 in purses and premThe Senate, which goes on the same that road station and express office at Fort iums. Waller Bennett has been chosen principle towards the Vanderbilt expressed towards the pub- Gibson, I. T, Saturday night, securing pjesident and S. A Deatherago secretalic, which ho said might be damned. besides ?C00 in cash, three express pack ry. N:WAllYKit11HKMK.Vrs The House tries iu a measure to follow ages thought to contain large sums of Tho fair will givo a $150 stako to the democratic doctrine of keeping the money. stallions and a similar stake to mares and expenses down to an economically adRobert Isdale, a prisoner at Leaven geldings. It will only cost $5 to nomiministered government, but the House worth, Kaa , confessed to the murder of nate and $2.50 to enter. Write to the of Lords wont agree to it. It has just Mr. Menifer, of Tennessee, at GaleBburg, secretary for entry blanks. increased the diplomatic, consular aud III. The murder occurred in May. At The horse Match Box, which ran army bills $09,700 by increasing the eala the tiino it was supposed he died from second to Lord Itosebery'fl Ladas, in the ricso'lministers to unimportant countrii a escaping gas. English Derby, was bought by Baron Bill Dalton, tho notorious outlaw Hirsch for $75,000, and $25,000 addiand whose pay was already more than and leader of the Longview (Tex.) bank tional if ho wins the Grand Prize of liberal for their sinecures. robbers, wan shot and instantly killed Paris. Tiie editors, after being wined and near Elk, I. T , by Deputy Marshal The rich Toboggan Slide Handicap dined by thn good people of Frankfort, Clnss Hart. Considerable of the money was won at Morris Park, by Correction, elected Ion B. Nail of the Farmers Home stolen from the bank was recovered. who galloped away from some of tho Journal, president, John A. Bell, of the One by one they get their deserta. fastest horses in the Eiflt. She went the and LovGlasgow Times, half milo in 45$ seconds, breaking tho ing W. Gaines, of the Elkton, Ky. ProgADDITIONAL LOCAL. a world's best previous time by ress and the Clarksvill?, Tenn., Daily The trial of A. O. Dunn for the mur- second. Progress, secretary, the latter defeating der of James Brown, for which six juAt the Ewell sale, near Spring Hill, R. E. Morningstar, of tho Bowling Green rors had been obtained at our last report, Tenn., 35 Shetland ponlea brought Democrat and Russellville Ledger by two proceeded Friday morning after the adan average of $S4 40. Thirteen .votes. While in Frankfort the editors ditional jurors had been obtained from Welsh poniea brought $055, an average were taken to the penitentiary, but the 25 men summoned as follows: J. of $50 38. Brood mares sold astonishing strange to Bay none of them were locked T. Lawrence, Dan Holman, B. F. were oflered and ly low. Twenty-si- x UP' Hayden, J. D. Bastin, J. T. Bing- - the average price was $37. The civil service commissioners are so aman, and W. F. Abraham. The othDick Gentry, of Boyle, has bought struck on the old humbug that they wish er jurors were J. D. Jones, W. H. for Nelson Morris, of Chicago, the folto extend its power to the census de B. W. Givens, B. Chancellor, J. lowing export cattle for August delivpartment, which is to be made a perma- It Hales and J. S. Rice. FOR CLOTHES. ery. Of Loander Davison, of Garrard, a nent one, with clerical force increased The trial lasted till Saturday afternoon at 4jc; of Pony Beazley, of GarTHE PROCTER k CAMOUC CO, CINTS. every time the census is taken. They when a verdict of acquittal was rendered rard, 81 at 4jc; of Frank Logan, of this bavo urged President Cleveland to have in a few moments, though on the first county, a at ljc and of Joe Mc d it done, but if he is wise in his day and vote three were for short terms in the Dowell, of Boyle, two car loads at 4$c. generation, he will let the matter severe- penitentiary. There was no proof that Only a fairly good crowd attended ly alone. The mugwump, that bastard Dunn did the killing, except Ins own court yesterday and business was dull of politicians, alone can see any beauty iu testimony, so the Commonwealth tried generally. There left mv pasture near IIlei' Well on Sat. There were about 40 cattle whim mare anil black the snivel service fraud. principally to prove that his statement on the market but no sales were made unlay, June snl, '94, 15a hands high and heavy hone. Mare about built Hone blrinnheil in knfes w hind as to the cause of the act, was untrue, by KcaionaMn rrwurd for their The striking minora are murdering introducing witnesses who said they publicly. Jesse Fox, of Boyle, sold to formation leading to their recovery. return er in people, burning bridges and destroying would not believe him on oath and told Hon. J. S. Owsley 12otock cattle at 3c. A IA.MES W. HUTCH ISO.V, few plug horses sold at ?12 50 to $53. 30 it Stanford, Ky. property in their mad light to gain their of his bad character generally. The Oregon has a novel idea. Horses point, thereby forfeiting the Biipport of cause of the killing was the demand of the public and rendering volleys of lead Brown of $125, which he claimed Dunn are cheap and a company in Portland the only argument necessary. The kind owed him for some wheat land. Dunn proposes to buy those that are wortU next to nothing, slaughtering them for of war they are waging can not be perdenied the justice of the claim and then their oil, hides, glue and fertilizing maThere personally appeared before me jus ice of country. mitted in this lor William he said that Brown hounded his foot- terial. It is estimated that there are of the peace in and Riffb Lincoln county,Keynoldf, Wright, Dr James and Mil. on steps and made life a burden to him till 2,000,000 half breed wild horses in tho who ttite on oath that they are tho parlim who Another murderer has reaped the valued the cow, an eitray on the farm of A. C. , he was forced to kill him. Dunn. The laid cow benefit of the law'a delay. E. B. Northwest for which no other use can years old; the hai the a siwckled roan, about 10 buh cl her tail off, she A number of the jurors in the Dunn who killed Wm. Carter at Gallatin, be found. will weigh about 950 pounds Thry furthermore that her eightreu dolCommissioner it. C. Warren sold itate ($18 they regardcame as worth Dunn's, April Tenn., was acquitted Saturday, after four case had cholera morbus attacks, but Said cow lars, to A C W. A COFFEY. J l L. C. 3. 18C4. which he got n verdict Mr. J. D. Bastin suffered more than the John S. HHya place of 251 acres yestrials, in one of for life. Money and unscrupulous law- any. He sat through the case with his terday to Forestus Reid at $32.25. It yers can often Bet right and justice to eyes closed and looked much like a lies on the Hustonville pike, 1$ miles A. S. PRICK, corpse. naught. from Stanford and is poorly improved. SUKGHON DENTIST. Judge Saufley has issued a mandamus property was bid to Tuk unimportant information is sent to the county judge to order the local The Dudderar Mill who ex- Office over McKobtrts Drug Store In the n Dudderar, Owiley Iluildlnj, out from Richmond, Ya., that Senator option election in Stanford, which that $4,400 by Col. W. II. Stanfard; ecuted bond for the payment, and it beStevenson official had declined to make, because Hill will favor thirds of its appraised for the presidential nomination in 1S9G. he claimed thnt the town had, in voting ing less than two Dudderare have a year to reAs the senator has proved himself a trai with tho precinct, forfeited its rights. value, the ! deem it. tor to his party, he is a dead cock in tho The higher court holds that the legal re- are the dite$ fixed 10 far (or ihe Ken. . ...m Eollowtnn .i i -- mull-., .us iu pit, auu i.f .uppurt qjreiUent3 as to the number of petition tucky Fain: At our Fruit Farms and NurieriM one mile Weil of KinKivllle, Lincoln county. We have as fine a limit uiB uwu uuiiinuauy iui iircniuuui. m ere having been complied with, the Harrodsbu-g- , June a; to 19. stock of Fruit Trees as nnv man ever handlnl. Lexington, trotting, July 4 to 6. 1S92. ready for transplanting ntn orchard and garden county judge's act in making the order SheRiyvil'c, July 11 to 13. this Fall. Orchards of Apples and I'cachra will be assorted to suit customers at $10 per hundred. According to the Siamese belief it is purely ministerial and should have Springfield, July 17 to ao. The trees aie nice, the varieties the best. e Stanford, July 19 and ao. takes tho soul seven days to reach Heav- been made. needed to mako home attractive and the Lebanon, July aj to a;. children happy will bo found here, For circulars Mr. J. G. Denny, who has recently reen after death. According to tho Inteaddress J. A. McKKK & CO., Danville, Auguit to 3. t Kingsvillo, Ky. 4 rior Journal's belief it will take some turned from a course in the law departMayiville, August to 4. of the souls, who owe it and wout pay, ment of tho University of Virginia, apNichslaiville, Auguit 7 to 10. Eminence, Auguit 8 to 11. 10,000 years or more to ropcli there, after plied for license to practice law Saturday, Out Versailles, August 14 to 17. passing through hell and great tribula- whose of respect to Clerk J. P. Bailey, mother was to be buried during Columbia, August ai to 34. tions. the day, the court met yesterday aud imWinchester, Auguit at to aj. Lexington, August aj to Sept. 1. called on the president the mediately adjourned. A ic aud charge all the evils LrciA.v Stbasob, editor of tho Columbia Spectator, aged 21, died last week fiJAS. U. MTREARY lter a few dayfc' illness, fully prepared to FOR CONGRESS MATRIMQMALMATTERS. Far County Judge. ...J b. WALKER GtVENS meet Ids Savior. Cut down in tho mornO. II. COOPER ing of a life that promised so much, his Cler Mr. Thomas Henry, of Parksville, J. K. PAXTON death is peculiarly sad, and tho profes " " Attcrrcy ' and Miss Lady Adams, of this county T. D. XEW1.AND Sheriff E. D. KENNEDY ston feels for the family tho slncerest were married on the btu. " Aiscsfor C. V. DK1IORD sympathy. Jailer The marriage of Dr. Obe Caldwell, of Hon. Logan Caldwell, of Boyle NEWSY NOTES. son The republican convention at Xicho-lasvil- le county, nnil Ming Lillian, daughter of Drouth in Kansas is broken. Kain nominated Ex Senator, Dr. P. J. Phil Warren, of Springfield, III., will Roberts, of Madison, for Conrt?, and has fallen for 21 hours. take place June 20. Mrs. Cleveland and her babies are he accepled the doubtful honor, thereby Miss Kitty Cheatham, tho nctreu", of the line, "fools summering at Buzinrd Bay. proving the truth and Mr. William Henry Thompson, of John Anderson sold to Alexander Livernool. End-ind- . rush in where angels fear to tread," tho' were married at It must bo confessed that the outcome of Bros, a bunch of fat cattle at 2c. Nashville at tho residence of the bride'a William Sims, a negro ulaea-eate- r, the convention was more creditable than aunt, Mrs. Thomaa Plater. of died at Urbana, O., from au over dose of was expected. The doctor is a man FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. fair ability, good standing and populari- it. Dr. J. F. Stone was tarred and tenth- ty in his county and will doubtlees poll ered near Newport News by 15 masked -S- tanford Fair, J uly 19 and 20. his full party vote, though we do not men. "Bun" Gaines sold to Pony Beaz-leLawrence Spiller was banged at suppose ho is daft enough to think he of Garrard, a Borrel mare for $N0. has a ghost of a chance to beat the thor- Staunton, Vn., for tho murder of Lottie Fon Sale. -- Yearling Durham bull, oughbred from his own county that he Kouel. Death was instantaneous. pitted against. Tho resolutions Suit has been brought against Judge 900 pounds. W. II. Murphy, Stanford. has been Twelve out of 1 1 of tho colts that adopted condemn every thing democrat Jim Jewell for ;1.000. The board of al DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. y, Neals school house, closed last night additions, and will begin with another at Coffey's school house tonight. At a meeting of the Co operative So ciety of tho Christian church yosterday Eld. J. G. Livingston was employed as evangelist for another year and Kush Branch fixed as tho next place of meeting, Saturday before tho Jrd Sunday in October. odd timer' For n Mornl Rnllronil rrorm to Ilo In Vnln. "Excuso me, sir," he begnn ns ho walked up to tho Bpecial officer nt tho Third street depot tho other afternoon, "but mil I correct in thinking theronro several different railroads by which I can reach Chicago from Detroit?'' "Yea, sir," wns tho reply. "Faro about tho snmo on all of them, I presume?" "Alwut tho same." "Aud thoro irm't much difTorcnco ns to A Search The : Sensation ! OP THE DAY. Low Prices and fine assortment of Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Hats and Shoes at theJLouisville Store. This week uill be thefircatcst ? that aillict dermen are determined to oust Jewell. tax-paye- "Only a slight difference, sir." "You lire no doubt quite w'oUariitMint-c- d with tho various liue?" continued tho btranger. "Why, yes, sir." "I 8uppoetl you would bo, but am glnd to know- - that von renlly arc. What I desiro to know most of ail ivliirli lino stands higher In public ctttiuiittiou as n moral railroad." "I I don't understand you,fcir,"tnm-inoror- i the otlicor. "Then I will explain. I niu a respectable, law abiding person. I never attend a circus, boxing match; dog light or horso race. I never road novels or piny cards. I do not drink, smoke, chew nor swear. Now and then I have to patron- Izoan immoral railroad, but never when 1 can help it. Tins question U, Which of those lines is moral?" "I know that thesuperintendfiit of 0110 itf them swearx, for ho d d my eyes not n month ago." "Ho did, oh? I don't want that lino." "And n conductor on another plays poker." "Then striko off that lino." "And a brakeman on nnother took his whole family to thecircus Init Mimmer." "That's another lino rublwd out." "And on tho only other," continued the officer, "hum of the firemen owns a fighting log which haslickixl everything in tho stateof Michigan." "I e not a moral road nniomr tho whole lot," replied tin strnngor. "What is tho distance from here to Chicago by tho highway?" "About 300 miles, sir." "Very well thank you I will walk. I tmst you will not ioniiit tho brazen immorality of tho railroads to affect your own ileniMinor. Doors swing out? Ah 1 e good day." Detroit Free Press. BARGAIN WEEK vc have ever knoun.1 and nothing else but bargains. Come and see the money we xvill save you. Boys' Waists 20c; from . years to i.j, worth 35c; Percale waist 25c, worth double the money. Ladies' Shirt Waists 50c injwhitc and colored, not a one worth less than Si. Ladics'finc quality Swiss ribbed vests, regular price 25c, will be sold this week at 15c. Ladies' ribbed vests which arc sold everywhere at 10c will belsold this week for ;c. Hat-gain- That Fathers, come and get your boys a suit this week while you can up at half price. A nice, neat new suit and straw hat all for 90c this week. All wool black Cheviot suits cut this week and will be sold at $$, not a one in the lot but what is worth $S. fit C IL O T H I N G o S5 JB3C C ZEE 2S Men's Hrogan Shoes 75c; Oil Grain Hucklc Shoe Si.io that can not be bought elsewhere under Si. 50. Children's Shoes and Oxfords 25c, 35C 55c- - Men's fine Shoes any style and price you want. Come to see us and we will load you down with Goods fop Less Money, Than you ever were before. LOUISVILLE : STORE, KIT.,' IVORY wc STANFOBD, iHwfEEEiEzj w i A. URBANSKYfc& CO., IVonrietoi T. D. RAiVEY.JManagcr. vice-preside- nt one-ha- lf OOAP M'KIOTEY & TETRTt mry Vtfhi v ' "?r-,- liMMB MfBT BT t $2,-05- 4, Dealers in Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, Tin- and Woodenware, Fruits, Candies, Vegetables, Cigars & Tobacco. Goods and prices guaranteed and delivered promptly free of charge Dud-dera- r, car-loa- d car-loa- LOST HOBSE3. s. POSTED. TRUNKS, VALISES, STRAW HATS Neckwear & Underwear -- SUMMKR- -- AT- Tur-pin- 11 H. J J. IVIcROBERTS. H.8.RUPLEY,-- W$m Vice-Preside- nt i... ., Fruit Trees For Sale IP lis Keceiving Hii SPRING AND SUMMER Goods Warranted and a Pcrlect Fit Guarante-- d. GOODS. Give me 11. 1 1 other day with tho avowed intention of crank converting him to ways of righteousness. Elder Joe Severance, Jr., preached The police thought Mr. Cleveland good ' already and landing tho fellow twice at Mt. Vernon Sunday. enough Hev. John Bell Gibson returned in a patrol wagon haulod him off to the from holding n meeting at Pinevillo yes13. station house. terday, which resulted in 20 confessions. of I'alnsvllle, iat..M a! th John: White was chosen the demo- He preached the funerals of both Andy ..,,. without rttlzena ol Chamberlain' Ind., are bottle county clerk of Mad Johnson and Horn, who killed each (SI T... the-house." says cratic nominee for Kemedr in " laaninff merciitiib u ison, to fill a vacancy by a vote of 1,092, other, while in Pinevillo. proven of o much value lor colds, croup anj A trnman couSh in children, that few mother! who u!.nnr.o1!ofr C... I.l. xuuor vu- - anu .cvana oui. MoneV CUt a o,..KU.,0i, ..iIO, ouiii.il, kn,w-l- worth are willliiz to be without 11. For big.figure. i who his been holding a meeting at 'aiebrur.s. o, Hocker, Drusgin, bunfo'd CHURCH AFFAIRS. Franklin, August v) to Sept. 1. Paris, Sept. 4 to 8. Bardstown, September 4 to 8. Rowling Green, Sept. 4 to 8. Paducah, September 18 to 15. Sharpiburg, Sept. 18 to ai. Germantown, October 3 to 6. Lexington, trotting, October 0 to Thoroughbred Duroc Red Jersey Hogs. rips from regiitcrrd stock for sale, from the best herds in Ohio and Illinois. Call and examine my herd or address R. II. Uronaugh, Crab Orchard. A tfjb... 1 Kvery-thin- A NICE LOT OF-- rS. E&S22:,5' . lCXV-- 7 S? BOYS' CLOTHING At Half Price for Cash, To Close Out Stock. ixST 21. H, Bronaugli, Breeder and shipper of .,.. . -- "r. s J. K. VANARSDALE. .. ju i- -- j - J rfjs"tj r ir5! tt t (r Jtr-- r' ""." "TJ9 P Semi-Week- ly 1 I - I T St T Mills are M. It has been very warm Interior Journal to Mr. afterSalincier Is up from Louisville 18Tiik Stanford Rollernro hardly running and the corn and other for several days hours per day and nble to see his store. vegetation can Mrs. Lauha Faulknkr hns returned fill their orders nt thnt. Jim Baughinan, almost bu heard to Rrow. "Probably the head of thu firm, is a hustler from thunder storms Tuesday night," says tho Stanford Ky., - Juni:12, 1891 from a visit to her daughter at Lily. weather bureau. Mn. M. K Lord, of Louisville, spent away back. Sunday with tho family of Mr. II. T. Twelvk colored persons presented An Indian pip of unusual carving was That must be done, and E. C. Walton, Business Manager IlHrrls. themselves for examination for public harrowed up tho other day by J F. Mn. Thomas Paxton nnd wife nnd Mr. school teachers, Siturday. Five failed Nance on his farm near McKinney. MEANS BUSINESS. Silvey Hindinan, nil of Cincinnati, hnyu to get certificates, two got four Though buried n hundred yearn or more, got second-clas- s s nnd one a Buy your Hcliool hooks nnd school sup- been tho guests of W. II. Tray lor. It is claimed that it still retains the toMips Viikiik Ballard, of Livingston, certillcnte. plies ol nil kinds at A. 11. Penny's. bacco smell. Our stock of Dry Goods. Wc are Watciikh, clocks atul jewelry repaired returned with Mioses. Severance nml CofMkh. J. K. Farhis' hen roost wns Mil Gua Hoiman.v, wlio whb hero yesand warranted. JSngrnvimt it specialty, fey yesterday nnd aro tho latter'a guest. "touched" the other night nnd relieved terday, tells us thnt Crab Orchard Spi inijs nt A. It. Venny's. Mkh. T. M. Pkxnimiton nnd Littlo of 'JO or more of her best hens. Chicken Tub lament stock of Drug. Medicines, will open with a grand hall on Tuesday Perlmneryt Paints and Wall Paper nt Tim, who hnvo been visiting Mm. J. W. thieves nre getting entirely too numerous evenlug, June Hi. Ho invites all per- this morning and Destruction follows every article it touches. You specialtA. II. Penny 'a. Peseriptions n Alcorn nnd other friends, returned to nnd BOine method will have to bo brought sons fond of tripping thu light fantastic say times are hard and ymoney scarce and you must practice rigid Middlesboro ycstnrdny, about by which to exterminate them. to attend. Good music will bu on hand. cconcmy to get your Summer goods. Now if you want help, PnoK. II. II. Ku.iurr, of Garrard Col PERSONAL POINTS." A man has been heard from who can lege, nnd brother wero hero Saturday A Diei'ATCH euye thnt Mrs. M. J. DurMiw. P. W. OitKKN remains quite sick. nnd gnvo this oilico tho job of printing heat Smiling Dave Jnckson, of London, ham and other Lexington ladles, who Mim Mail- Kay Is lsitinK telntiveH in nt his speciality. He lives nt Liberty, tock part in thu protest meeting against' his catalogue over several bidders. Grunt county. Muss na Davi: Buhoiwj, 11. L. Martin, Mo , and his laugh can be heard half a Breckinridge havu received letters, Our Ginghams, Percales, Miw. I!. W. Hockiui returned to Knn-ca- h Javanese Cloths, White Goods and all J. I). Keyer nnd Sherman Napper, four mile. Thu police have notified hint that warning them that thu skeletons in City Friday. kinds of light weight and ligh t colored Dress Good must go. Those ho must not laugh on thu street. of thu cleverest fellows who over pulled their closotH will bo brought to light i who have Gkokuk 11. Vk.iu:sirt now head not bought arc in the swim. Wc have a splendid stock of n throttle, nru hero to defend thu suit The Caladonian Literary Society will they do not desist. The fiht over there Laces, Uraids and Lining Silks to sell at low prices nt thu mill. Ladies Silk brought against them for n hall by Mr. hold a debate at the court house here seems to bo descending to the lowest pos- Mits, Hosiery, Gloves, llamburgs, all suffer alike. Ladies, Misses John Kldkii, of Itockcaatle, was hero Isaac Hamilton sible plane. Friday nnd Saturday. Junuliint 8 o'clock. Subject, "ResolvandGcnts' Shoes are reduced andmust suffer with other things'! ed that a chicken can roost with more P. V. Giikkn ami Lib attended tho cirWanted. A good public school anyCome now and learn the real value of money. The axe is laid at CITY AND VIRINITY. comfort on a round polu than n pquare where in Kentucky. I havu a first class the root and the stuff cus nt Somerset Saturday. must fall. Wall papkii at cheapest price. W. B. polo." There will bu music, declama- certificate, under which 1 can tench in AttoilnkyJ. Oaiiiikm. Jonks, of Mcltobertfl. tions, essays, kc. Everybody invited. is hero attending court. any school in the State. I have taught of Stanford, is Miss Sai.uk 'Hmidkiiak, Ice chests, Ice Cream Freezers nt very To Teachers and Trustees. The for 10 years and reier to ex trustees and visiting Mies Leslie. Hurley. Richmond low prices at Farris & Hardin's. Don't forget that our Clothing is sentenced to the same awful present law which goes into effect July patrons In Stanford, Rowland, LancasUeplster. ter, Mt. Xenia, Brights, White Oak, Ac, doom. Tiik stave factory nt Mt. Vernon burn- 1st, 1801, restricts n teacher holding a in Lincoln .Mits. Mon-tiVox, of Danville, hns nnd Garrard counties. Ad:inl class certificate to districts reporting ed Sunday morning, loss about 11,000. been visiting her mother, Mrs. Anniu dress M. D. Hughes, Lancaster, Ky. 2t. . rlae.s certifipupils, or less, and a ol IhtiKumnn. One sample Whiteley binder for Balo cate to districts reporting 71, or less. Struck Dumii. A man was found Mini Lkaii Stkokii nnd Mr. M. J nt tho low price of ?70. Farris & Har- My information from headquarters is wandering nroun town yesterday in an Harris, of Crnb Orchard, nttended the din. that the law regarding tho above will aimless manner nnd upon inquiry it was lommencement. adhered to. W. F. McClary, found that ho had been Btruck dumb. ho Mies Dowion, of North Carolina, is the The directors of tho Fair nre requested Co.stricttv bupt Ho had been in Danks', the jeweler, and love- to meet at thu '.',Q Satur e must of tliu Mlm-- Owsley nt their tho low prices on watches, jewelry, etc , Tiik a meeting ly country homu. held day nfturnoon. . with J. K. VanArsdale in the so paralyzed him that he was unable to Mn. Y..h Di'udkkau midlife, of Iouis-vlllWe kuepdinnur sets in stock and sell cliHiruudA. H. Dastin secretary, and talk. This is not an advertisement, but have been visiting his father, Col. you any piece you want separate. Mc- - named Mr. Bastin, Dr. G. W. Bronnugh, it simply shows what low prices will do. W. Huir Dmlderar. & Hocker. J. T. Hackley and A. W. Carpenter for Miss Mkktik Ualk, of thu Kansas City Kinnuy . Tint 2.Td Annunl Session of Stanford stall, is at Mr. John M. Hail's reTimes ON ALL SPRING AND- Lwiok line of (jueenswaru and Glass delegates to tho Congressional conven- Femnlo Colleg, c.imu to n plensnnt close turning from nu editorial excursion. ware just received. Prices lower than tion nt Harrodbburg. It was resolved nt 10 o'clock Friday night, when Rev. not to put out county ticket, as over " Mh. V. V. Gannett, who has heen ever, farris x linniin. S. M. Logan, who had offered tho openhalf of thu members of tho party had attending the State College t Ix'xington, ing prayer, pronounced the benediction. OsE of thu features of thu Stanford fair pledged to thu democratic nominees. spent several dnjs with Ids sister, Mrs Thu night was perfect and thu crowd bicycle race. The prize will be a J. S. ltice. Another Flection. In obedience to immeuse, sardines in a box being hardwill ho not less than Miis. It. It. Hoi'iuovN, of Marion, came tho mandamus of Judge San (ley, Judge ly packed ns close. Like every other up Friday with Mies Minnie Kupley, Lot. On Hustonvillo nnd Stanford Varuou yefaterday Issued nn order for an thing the college hns felt the effect of the who iirts been visiting her, and returned pike, nn umbrella. Finder will pleusu election to take the sensu of tho voters hard times, but considering everything, jesterday. return to Mrs. Jotiah Bishop, Stanford. of Stanford on thu question as to wheth- tho eession Las been fairly successful, . Mies Mac.oii: Uiuuiit, of Stanford, who fully as much so as most Institutions of See our elegant Hue of clothing for er spirituous, vinous or malt liquors shnll hns been visiting Miss Lirzio Tiiomsou, be sold within tho town limits, nnd fixed the kind. After deiiverim; the diplo nt Lancaster, returned home Saturday men nnd hoys; nlso new line of pants nt July 7th, as thu day. An appeal was mas, President J. M. Hubbard reviewed regular price. B. F. Jones & accompanied by her. taken, hut as the court of appeals will tho year nnJ spoke hopefully of the fu Mk. Matt. Woodson, chief dispatcher Son. adjourn this week till September, the ture, promising renewed efforts nnd the on tho 0. V. Division, was hero yesterThe fact that diamonds havu advanced election will proceed. For our part we fullest results possible for the session of day en route to the train dispatchers' In price may interest n fuw of our peo- regret that the old sore la to be opened which begins Sept. 4, next. The nnnunl meeting nt Chicago. ple, particularly those who anticipate afresh, hut there is some consolation in program of tho evening was ns follows: Miis. Kd Wilkinson went down to matrimony. Suppe the tact that after this it can not be dis- Overture "Poet and Pcant" .. Junction City to see her sister, Mrs. It. Mint! Holme, and Reid turbed for three years. Evening it jnin, Solo and Charm One moro lot of simple slippers re.. 11. Wilkinson, who has presented her KecltatIon-,TWain of Van VeberV'.. Perry ceived, in white kid and canvass, black, Ok Judge M. 0. Saulley'a address to husbr.nd with a pair of girls. Mm Pearl llnrnnde. o Mn. G. W. Coitey, formerly of this tnn, red, gray, itc. Nice lino of patent tho graduates of tho Young Ladles' Piano Accompaniment Mln Iiabella Bailey. oly at Harrodsburg, the Democrat says: Vocal section but now of Orlaudo, Fla., is here leather pumps. B. F. Jones it Son. Mother, Guide II11 Foot- brother-in-laMr. D. spoke grncefully of his early life in Wallace He on a visit to his lP With three bicycle races each day the Harrodsburg ns n student nt the old MUtci Holmes and Stecrr. W. Vamlevcer, and other friends. Eiay-"V- lth the Help of Numberlesi Hand! wheelmen of this entire section ought to Muit aileautiful Thine be Done" ..Iluikin Cait. J. U. Doi'dLA, of tho Corbin becomo Interested in our fair. The Kentucky University and hia pleasant memories of the place. He then pacsed Mils Kate Alcorn. and Jelllco run, passed through Sntur prizes will range from $'2' to $150. Rotoli to the subject of woman's position in the Vocal Trio- -" Forget Me Not" ... day to Paint fcwk to see his wife nnd MUsei ilolmei, Steger and Mtrshon. Seven colored brothers and sistera had Stato and affirmed his belief in the jus- Knay-"- To children who nro visiting relatives there. Day" RusMn their sins washed away in the purl- tice of the rights allowed her in thu old MUa Mary Uruco. Mn. W. II. PsTTfs, who has been 4o -- Chopin sUtant in the depot hero dnring Mr. I, ing and pellucid waters of Logan's creek common law, and deplored tho recent Puno Sclos-- ?- h. Valie, Op. Godard legislation in this Stato granting her conW. Fish's enforced retirement, will go to Sunday by Rev. George W. Boiling. Miis Alice Holmes. . . trol over own her personal property after Kuay-"You Tnlnk You Can Make a Girl Pittsburg ufter spending a few days nt The bull gamu bVtween tho Centre marriage. Judge Saulley took broad Lovely, il You do not Make Her Haphome. College team nnd thu Louisville Athletics views here nnd very entertainingly and py !"' Ruskln , MlPSKS Ol'UKMA AND CtAKA LACKEY will bu played Wednesday afternoon, nt instructively traced the origin of the old Mils Callie Horton. are visiting Miss Ada Fnrrn. :i, In Danville, instead of of Stanford, ns thu common law to tho 12 tribes of Isrnel Vocal Solo "Thine Eyes so Iilue and Ten- Water liottles, Olive Dishes, Salad Bowls, etc., in new and elegant Miss Stella Ballon, of Stanford, is visit- types inndo uny. der" Lassen designs. We have also a fine selection of imported and, therefore, nrgued that woman's Miis Fva Steger. . ing her brother, Mr. II. M. Ballon. Lan ...Abt J. L. Bkannen, of Orlando, Fla., is at property rights, as there defined, were of Keitiva! Sons caster. Hecord. Chorus divine inspiration. He then g4V0 n veMisses Dolmk A i.co us nnd Kate the Myers House with a perfect little Haec diplomata accipite. Bnughman, of Ilustonville, were here canning factory, with which anybody ry earnest nnd instructive talk against llcnudiction. woman's BiiHrfgu nnd wound up with nn during thu commencement. Thu former can can his own fruit and vegetables. It The graduates, Misses Kato Alcorn, oloqtient tribniu to truo American wo- - Mary Bruce and Callio Horton, were was with nernunt, Mrs. Bettio McKIn is worth nn examination. manhood. gowned in mnterial of purest white and ney, ind the latter with her cousins, the We want you to call and see these goods. The prices we know During thu Summer months I will Misses Bnughman. SlIOOTINO AT YOBKMITK. Al. WtttkillB, the picture they presented from out the have n class in vocal and instrumental will please you. Missus Hahiiy Bai'iiiiman, Richard who now lives nt Junction City, shot floral surroundings was one of beauty music. Parti- - desiring either will pK'axe of Kentucky was remarked by Bush nnd Will Hocker, Conductor W. L. Penirsat Yoeemito Fri- and loveliness. It give me a call. Theory nnd sight rendUniversity, Joe MeAllster, of Centro day over an nlleged intimacy with his thoso who weru ablo to hear them that ing free. Mrs. Margaret A. Portmnn. College nnd Arthur Hubbard of Davis Cer wife. It seems that Cnpt. Penirs, who is the essays wero of unu u d merit. Military Academy, Wiuston, N. 0., nro I'Ror. J. M. llf nn a no authorizes thu handsome und considerably of the Don tain it is that they were read well and tit homu for thu vacation. statement thnt while no positive con- Juan order of men, had been a little too that ench fully filled the measure of exProf. HubMiss Suk Bacomman's oxperionce ss n tract has been signed with nny of the intimate both with Miss Frederick, n sis- pectation of her friends. tho college hns proven ex- teacher, it is understood that at least ter of Mrs. Watkins, nnd thnt lady her- bard paid them all high compliments teacher nt ceedingly satisfactory to thu manage- three nnd poscibly four of them will bo self. A jenlousy resulted and the single and the record of their claps Btanding ment, Shu hns shown much adaptation engaged for thu next session. sister told on the married one. Friday shows thnt their nverage was nearly perto thu work, of which alio is very fond. afternoon tho men met nt Yosemite nnd fect. Eich received uiauy handsome My $3.50, $4, $4.50, 55, $5.50, $6 and $g Leather Bottom, Rocker The will of Mrs. Sallio Bryant wns ad- had n friendly talk, closing with tho re- bouquets, ns well ns presents of useful- Leather cover spring edge coucher, Parlor Suits. At present she is visiting friends in mitted to probate yesterday. It Danville. quest from Watkins that Penirs take ness nnd value, nnd wero warmly conall her property to her daugh- him to his room for n friendly conversa- gratulated on the auspicious transforMiss Lucy Mabtkimon Alcoiin, of Ilustonville, who graduates this weuk at thu ter, Mrs. H. E. Marcum, who is to enter tion. Unsuspectingly, Peairs invited mation from the bcIioo girl to the young Western Femalu Seminary at Oxford, 0 , into possession of It without hu usual him up. Benching the room, Watkins lady. The musical and other parts of Bed-rooSuites ever handled in said: "You have dishonored my wife the exercises were artistically given and I have the most complete line of hss the junior's thanks for an invitation forms on paying her funeral expenses. Solid oak suites from $15 to $60. Walnut and natural I am going to kill you," at tho same the whole program being not too long to Stanford. and to the commencement exercises. There cherry, book cases, hall trees, center tables, combination desks, sideThe Advocate says that "contrary to timo drawing a murderous looking pis- weary was heartily enjoyed. aro 12 graduates. Miss Alcorn's Bister, Among tho features of the conceit boards, dining chairs, window shades, curtain poles, mattresses and Miss Mattle, who is attending the same expectations n large crowd nttended the tol. Penirs immediately sprang upon clrcua there Friday." The oldest inhabi- him nnd throwing him to tho floor, held Thursday night, program of which wo springs, pictures. I am headquarters. The bottom has raveled out institution, graduates next year. tant does not remember a time when him down until ho promised to make no gave in our Inst Issue, were the solos of of prices. Picture frames made to order F011RK6T and Vir On Wardrobes you can Misskh Josiii'iiiNK college faculty, leftf Boylo county people would not postpone further demonstrations nnd to let the Misses Alice Holmes, Clara Mershon, Eva count 25 or 35 per cent off of past prices. Large French Plate Mirginia Jackson, of tho My prices are for their respective homes anything from n burial up to go ton cir- matter drop. Foolishly enough ho put Lammers, Mattie Hopper and Eva Ste- rors so cheap that I will only sell one to a customer. Sundny night too nine'' confidence in his antagonist, ger. All have good voices and show ex- no secret but they pay the freight. at Hlllsboro, N. C. and BluH City, Tenn. cus. nnd failed to take his pistol from him, cellent training. They were liberally Both have worked hard and enrned tho Thbiik is ns fhr ns we can see, little or rest of a vacation that wo hope will no harm in taking n little exercise on a As soon ns he wns released Watkins, disj applauded and Miss Holmes was forced prove plensnnt ami profltnblo to them, bicvclo on Sundav, but when it comes to regarding his promise, opened lire on to respond to an encore, which she did rreaidont Hubbard speakB of their work taklng50 or 73 mile trips on the day the the conductor, sending a hall into his very gracefully nnJ sweetly. Tho piano in most complimentary terms nnd we aro good Lord has set aside for rest it is car- right side, which passed through his pieces were well rendered and each perlodging in somu former showed the imprtsa of tho careglad to know that it is likoly thnt they rying the thing too far and if man's lung and outof his back, clothing on thu wall. Having nothing ful and enpabio teacher, Miss Sue S. will return next session. conscience,' don't maku him desist, the with which to defend himself, Penirs Millhouser. The recitations by Misses Miss Suk S. Milliioubrr, iuubIc teach law ought to. sprang through a window onto tho top Mary Curter, Lizzie Jones, Peirl Burn-Bid- e Well Selected, adds 25 per cent, to the beauty and finish of a home. left for her homo nt er at the college, and others wero also pleasant fea My stock is sure to please you in The Central University commence- of a porch and then somo l'J or 15 feet to Bialrville, Pn., Saturday morning and we regret to say will not return next session. ment began Sunday morning with tho tho ground nnd ran till exhausted from tures of tho program. The doll drill by Sao is n thorough musician fully up to Baccalaureate sermon by Dr. Nouso, of loss of blood. Surgeons wero called at the smallest of the pupils dreseed in old At night Rev. W. K. onco and dressed the wound, which Dr. women's costumes wna so excellently extho demands of her profession and hns Hopkinaville. to both principal Patterson preached to the Y. M. 0. A. W. B, O'Bannon, who happened at ecuted that the little ladies had to apgiven great satisfaction at tho time and assisted tho oper- pear a second time. Other features nre Miss Inez Abernathy, Last night at S, Hon. J. N. Saunders, of and patrons. A full stock cf Guaranteed Mastic Mixed Paints, Alabastine, Varhead of tho elocution and art depart- Stanford, delivered tho Alumni address. ation, says is not necessarily fatal, unless worthy of extended mention, hut it is nishes, &c. ment, wont to Cincinnati Sunday, whero To night the unior oratorical contest pneumonia sets in. Watkins left after sufficient to say that tho entire enterat 10 tho com- tho shooting and said he was going to tainment was of decided merit. sho will spendjsome time In the further will occur and will be held. The Liberty to give himself up, but we"have study ol thoso branches. Sho is an ex- mencement exercises A car load of Florida watermelons Before Spring Cleaning. graduating class numbers 21. Chancel not heard that he did. He is said to be cellent teacher and the possibility that Saturday, one is regarded with pleas- lor L. H. Blanton has our thanks for an a very reckless man and. to have killed arrived in Louisville she may return weighing 40 I03. invitation, two men in other difficulties. ure. ERE 3 ARE SOME HNS first-clas- s, third-clns- ONE IS TO REDUCE USING THE AXE - COME TO TJJ3- - hook-keep- er Pino-vlll- e, m Come on With Your Cash HUGHES & TATE. 'ml 1 court-hous- 11 1 -:- yes-tenia- ) e, PRICES -- 11 i0. SUMMER GOODS one-hn- lf m m 'OI-'O- j, REDUCED. m hat Col-leg- ... I)uet-"li- Severance & Son. s- -. JP- - Da CUT : GLASS I : to-da- y After Dinner Cups and Saucers. DANES', The : Jeweler. n Don't Fail to See Baby Carriages,$5 to $20, W. W. WITHEES. : 11 WALL PAPER Yo-Bemi- to DESIGN, QUALITY AND PRICE. HAYS YOUR REPAIRING A. K. FIIHTY, DOKTE Druit. ., f nXtjt.afc "J .afc -L Hi Semi-Weekly Interior Journa CLASSING LIVE STOCK AT FAIRS. Bucxtln'sArntca 8alve. The beat salve In the world lor cuti, bruiien icrei, ulcers, talt rheum, fever lores, tetter, chap ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skir. eruptions. It positively cures piles or no pay requir ed. It is guaranteed to Kite perfect satisfaction or money refunded. I'tico sj cents per bot Kor sale by A. R. Penny, Stanlord, Kv. Iubllshed Evory Tuonday and Friday Qii PIClc, na-Wb- ed Lists Prepared on tlin Model of Those stt the Imposition. YKAltiy ADVANCK AT Wo think it of interest to snbmit nt this time, when premium lists nro gon-orall- y not so paid SU.fiO will be charged uutlcrgoiiiK revision, tho elassifl-cation- s in nso at tho World's fair. H- - Tlieso classifications wero originally formulated by a convention of prominent y When llnhy was slefc, w gavo her C'nstorl. breeders, wero af terward gono over by n connnitteo of representative When rIio n. a ChlM, aho cried for CastorU. 1,. D. ADAMS, men summoned in consultation by Chiof Wlien fm JlUs, tm cluns to Castori. Junction City Pest-OfficIan candidate for Justice of the Peace in the When necessary. Buchanan, wero published long before When she had Children, she gpvethem CaorU. toutille preciuct; subject tu the action of the HOYLECOCXTV, KY. tho show and wero finally revised in ocratic party. accordaneo with tho preponderance of K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. 1ST, 1894. advice and suggestion fent in by broodTrain it are Kowiand at 7:00 a. ra., returning ers all over tho country. Whilo not troubled with Some time wholly satisfactory to all showmen rheumatism. a?o used Chatnberliln'a an attack ot The Linnietta !prliiss Co. takes pleasure In l'aln Halm L&N, LOCAL TIME CARD. (such classifications will not bo devised and was co npletrly cured. I have since adised to its patron and the public ;enrrnJy reuirt that they iny mends nnd this sido tho millennium), they yet rep- many of all speak highly customers to try the rem- plai ed the hate leased tills popular of Capt.ami hacs Thotn-amanagement of it Simon Ooldbaum, edy and chrRC Mail tram going North pin it 37 pm resent tho consensus of national and in- - San Luis Rey.Cal. Kor ic by Dr. S O. MockKichsrus, hw proverbial politeness and at " " South 113 te nllon insuies pleasure and comfort to Its guests. 11 51 pni Express train " South tcniaticnal opinion to n greater degreo er, Druggist. Stanford. I he culinary Department will br under the pc .. . North 3 tac than any classifications heretofore pro- - j cul charge of Mrs Sallle Klchntd, whoe q,uail-f- i focal Freicht North 03614 ' atious arc tiMi well known in .hat capacity to South.. lojpD niulgated, and they certainly constitute aesxi oi'imeut in tins nulico. The. latter tntint also carry passengers. n prizo list nfter which nil others may Tha above it calculated on standard tine. Sol with profit lio modeled, tho money offer-lraa is about to minutes faster MUSIC. HSALUK 1N- ed varying, of course, according to tho A tjio4 Hand has been eniplyl lar the sen. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. ability of tho different associations. IV to deilvei manitfactuted Ice 1 bete will be Wanting try cv.mns aatd specbil customer Friday The classification for beef broods Irom the Stanford V'actary to ef KlrTY recuUrlv hor every evening,evening. The grand opening CKXTS bail Friday every inornina at the rate Going North trains pass Junction City a fol : Jucc 15. wns as follows: PER HirXltKc.il I'OUND LOlSaiul oter.and Vestibule tart 6 a. m. Vei lows: I.INXIK1 TA SPRINGS CO , Props , at ??c in smaller lots. Cibuie Limited j Jj p. m Local 1:10 p. in. Florida Sec. lst.2d.3d.4tli. E UUEMEH, Stafford. ?4 it In 'As K Mi! s. Manager 10 Limited 3: J j. a m 1. Hnll3 years or orer S.7)$.1j$20$1j South N O. Vestibule u i3 p. m. Florida 6 0E8 PAGES. Two doors above Always on hand A candidate for Representative In Consress. sub. every fert lo the action ot the Democratic party of the Tho Nobicst and -- Nicest Goods? tnlng pretty and stylish. I have encaged Miss Eighth Congressional lustiict ol Kentucky. a Julia Mitt, of Cincinnati, lo trim forme IsS.ie is to Can bo had in the market, Prices lower thsn the f.idy of much experience and taste and sure lowest Mourning guids a specialty. Call and satisfaction. An elimination of troids is T C'OIKTS. MRS. 1'OK.IK 10 examine before buvine Is a candidate lor Justice ol the Pence In the MAHY DAVIS DUnOEUAR. ajliou ol the Mrs. Kate Uudderar, Manager. precinct, subject to the Stanford, Ky democratic party. COMMERCIAL 1IL.OCK Post-Offic- e. Ladies, Your Attention, Please. My Stock of Millinory Wc are authoitted to announce inon. jas. b. Mccreary G. D. SMILEY DII,3L,I3STE iK-s- ri Is bel a rapidlv opened and It embraces d. llus-toiivll- lc caro-fulJ- Linnietta Park Springs, e, ThsDavis Vertical Feed Sawing1 Machines Hits, dem- OPEN JUNE Are III. beat because 'hey run llghttr and can do a Kreater variety of work than any other eiii)f machine. The Ladles of Lincoln County Are cordially invited tu call at the !t Asaph Hotel and examine the machine, as well as sam pies or Its work. Mc.MUKKAY HROS. I StanDrd, Ky j-- 1 111 R. Zimmer, -- 1 ICE, ICE. THOMAS YEAGER DR. W. 13. PENNY DculiKt. vacaud by Or. I.ee Office SfMith irlde Main St., In office V. Huffman, Stanford. Ky. recently 1 Blue-Ura- ls Fancy i Ctrnlted ia:tca m Local 1155 p. in. Vestibule arrive! S to V in Jllue-Gra- z. 0. 4. 6. 0. T. m L. b. P. 10. Bakincr f rowder arm C fflsolafely Pure A cream of tarter baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States Government Food Report. with moro general approval if tho bull HOYAL BAKING' POWDER CO., wero excepted from tho requirement XOO -To the Public nice Its discovery by Datilol 75 W 23 HARNESS SHOP Ikione nearly a century or more ago the Incatitr 11. -ot Crah tlrcliard orlnss has the Mecca of UnYou will find a Rood assortment of Haint-M- , pleasure seekers. With Its heating health Have sour repslncg done by waters, and slro 100 75 CO 23 dies, Saddles, .Vc. oionlc atmosphere and home-I- ll our man he understands his business, We have a 12. Two anlnmls of either hex the It at once afford to the e, mated and rX) 40 20 10 meihauicin our produce of ono row "anitarium. dl illtated a Hope and awith scenes t,i charm the The lclmty abounds svrt:t:rsT.KE3. BLACKSMITH SHOP. Painter and inspire tne Poet, ylan walks fertile 13. nail ariyn?. .V) nnd medal embowered Pntr. lor the weary 14. CowAltr ni, Wandtnedul Will guarantee first class work and satisfactory Ihlllardand DanciiiR Halls for the light Howling, hearted, norse mwr. 1 iv prices lor the spoilsmen. Hspecial alien-tlo- n This herd (No. 0) is what is called Agents for oir Oeenng Machines, the lightest diaft and Hunting to the cuiitor Is Risen tho "stO)la(ltlt!r" or graded herd i. machine on earth. Terms moderate Prom Si lojij per weelt. Kor graded by ago,1?. Wo boliero tho condifurther information, spoiv 10 UU." HO KM ANN. Pror ly tions of tho young hord would meet Crab Un.hard, Ky. U-e- Heifer 1 year anil under i.... 40 Heifer under 1 jear 40 Herd consistlnpof ono bulls yenrs or over, ono cow 3 years or over, ono heifer 2 year anil under 3, onuliolfer 1 jearnnd iimler2,ono buffer under jenr 100 ouncr lieril eonsistlns of ono bull and four heifer, nil under 2 ear, bred by ex100 hibit. Four nnlmnla of either tcx 4 under ent7, thu Ket ono 1 yenrs miiluiidirH Hull 1 ) ear nnd under- Hull under 1 year , Cow 3 jMMor vvcr, ........ Hflfor- -' jeir:innil utulrn uui: CO 20 E0 M 40 M M 20 20 20 20 20 JAMES YEAGEK. . !!! CRAB OHGHARD ! YEAGER & YEAGER, ir:?," mi m mmi mm, Wfl"" Special Hates to Cotumerclal Men. msMJjmm "'" IP IIH r I Mil Groceries, Higgins & Watts, Foreign and Do- All Kinds of Coal, Dealers n ........ . mestic Fruits, Candies, Nuts. Tobacco, Cigars. Headquarters ior almost anything you want. When you want'ajrti-s- i Stanford, Kv. . VOUAKt... STANFORD. E.Y. T3 Rospootfully Invitod. I am lust l.ik from the elUes with a large and well selected stock of Ml bl.INEKY, whuh 1 will sell cheaper than ever Misa Laura Jatb-- , a su- 60 23 II jou need first class turnouts lor rates. In our us call. Nothing hry giveleavea our stable. See but us ill v. Crab OrcVirrt, 3X . perior tilmmcr trom Clncrfinati, hasengaittd with me and I can euarrntre s.tlsfactlon la every particular, tall aad see my goods. MISSMCCIK HF.AZLKV, Stanford, Ky. class meal for 25c, call on him. Irrr, R. ZIMMER. Stanford, Ky. c, JNTORTH exhibitor. Breeders must bring fresh blood into their herds through thoir bulls and, as a rule, they buy young bulls and should bo allowed to show F. B. RILBY,:Proprletor, them at tho head of their young herds. London, - - - Kentucky. Tho classification for dairy breeds was Holies cf Dissolution of I lave moved to my new Hotel and am better similar to tho foregoing with tho addition of a ring for "cow 4 years old or prepared than ever to accommodate the public Gotd Livery attached and every convenience over, "and tho wording of No. C then, Give me a call. By mutual consent' the partnerbecomes "cow 3 years and under 4." 77 FRANK RILEY. Tho ring for cows was drop- ship heretofore existing between TAPAISIESB ped from tho classification for beef A. C. Sine and J X. Menefee will breeds us first published by request of exhibitors of beef cattle, who objected be dissolved on the first day of Juto going to tho risk and expenso of fit- ly, 1S94. ting up two cows over 3 years old. It TSUpf oSlTOR&rte T'Wtoent, consisting o Accounts due the firm and notes was argued that a cow of tho beef breeds is practically maturo when a that are past due and not paid by "long" and heuco there was no necessity for tho preseirco of two that time will be placed in the cows which by right should coinioto in hands of an attorney for collection. tno Fanio ring. In order to dispose of our stock Somo exhibitors of dairy cattlo obon hand we will make special low CONSTIPATION jected to dropping tho ring for cow, and it was accordingly retained prices during the month of June. fllUOI) rVillTlXli. jjnv.a, zrlld and Weaant tr, in tho classification for dairy breeds. '" ior V ctnuT We desire to thank the public Thero was objection voiced also by exQUAiUITTEra cii'r bv for their very liberal patronage hibitors of dairy cattlo against tho herd. They preferred to show n during the time we have been in A. rt.PENNY, Ky. herd of four maturo cows in milk. Inasmuch as tho exhibitor of dairy cattlo business. Respectfully, .IK VOU ARK GOING., is not put to tho expense of fattening tho extra cows required for making up or a herd in milk, and as tho milk is gen,.TKK.. Portland. erally needed for tho calves or can bo San Francisco disposed of to advantago on tho fair grounds, thero is less objection to tho A herd of aged cows from breeders of dairy cattlo than from beef cattlo exhibitors. Moreover, tho advantage of having dairy VIA cattlo in milk and thus greatly facilitatLouisvillc Nashville R. R. ing a just judgment must bo conceded. I Theso aro arguments advanced by somo Is the line for you, as Its exhibitors of dairy cattlo in behalf of the herd classification which calls for e)ytOUISVIttt HtViM9AXTI CH1CAO Rt.- ono bull and four cows. Make close connections at Tho LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI follows: classification for shcop was as PULLMANSA2TD For all points. Peo. lst.2il.ai.4th. PARL0B CARS. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. Wall Street, New York. that tho animals must bo "bred bv tho D. S. At the well-know- CARFEITTEIl, old stand ol J. II. Green, In THE RILEY HOUSE Hustonvillo, J - - Kentucky. &c. BTTGGir TOPS. All kinds of Carriage and Hussy Tops, Dashes and Fenders Has just received a beautiful line of Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, REPAIRED AND RECOVERED First-clas- ttU, .For A 1 i . Call and see hit stock and cet his prices which In are lower than anybodys. If you want a nice set of harness, a whip or a duster Hinder Twine for sale s so-'- m style and at Satisfactory Prices JOHN II DcNAKDI. Cartuiie Paiutcr and Trimmer, Statferd Ky. Refreshing Bath, Hot or Cold, stylish Hair Trim or Clean Shave, go to Cook & Funnor'a Barber Shop. $&& CURR ! Tho Myers House, W Cltr. EN. Proprietor : : : n SsSwV'!ffi'2asrs O'Brien Wagons ATTD Stanford, Kentucky. I am still runnioc this Hotel and will continue tc tflv my guests the robust attention as well as the best the market afturds. SsrasSF Forri bStei! cd & Canton Chil'd Plows. FARRIS & HARDIN. Stanford, pecial Attention to the Traveling Public. When you want a first-cla- turnout come to my LIVERY STABLE). Prices to suit the bard times at ths Myers House Ottce Call or leave utep-ladd- er odr Stanford, Ky FIRST NATIONAL BANK OT STANFORD, KV. larEST, SINE & MENEFEE. MM World's Fair Record. DR. S. G. HOCKER, DRUGGIST. The Drug-Store Capital Stock- Surplus .. .- - 8200,000 21,300 u CHICAGO Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your Double Dally Trains IUiHlMirfl mtmK,jfaias3eS!iiMjg' -- Drugs, School Supplies, School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, Liquors for Medical Purposes. JOES. ItlCE.ABent, Or Sun ford, Ky V. A. MeQUOW.V, Trav, Pass. ABent, Junction Cty, Ky H. Cattleman. A. G, I.anham John BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information enquire of 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 0. 7. 8. ROYAL - 0. 10. 11. insurance Company Ham 3 year or over. $35 $23 $S0 Hum 2 years nnd under 3, 20 85 Ham 1 year nnd under 2., 85 e.i 20 Hntn under 1 year S, 20 15 or, --" 20 jeftnuorover Eo3 yenrs Ewe 2 35 25 20 nnd under 3., Ewe 1 year nnd under 2.,, 25 20 Ewo under ono year. 20 15 Hum nnd threo cues, all ovor 2 years 40 30 25 Pen of Ave owes 2 years or over, bred by exhibitor. 45 35 25 Pen of 2 rntiib nnd threo ow es 2 yeurs, bred by exunder 45 35 25 hibitor. SWEEPSTAKES. 13 The Best Goods for the Least Money, Call and sec us. ONLY LINE FROM LOVISVILLE RUNNING - DINING - CARS. WKUE TO E. H. BACON, 20 20 20 O.V) Attention of the public is invited to the fac that this ts the only Nalionsl Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Hank Act depositors are secured not only by ths capital stock, but bv the stockholders' liability lor amount equal to the stock, ao that depositors ot this Institution ate secured by a fund of $400,000. Five sworn statements of Ihecondition of ths bank are made each yearto the United States government and Its assets art examined at stated tiraaa by government agents, thus securing uddililona snd perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally eitabliabed as the Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1858, then lied as the National Hank ol Stanford in lioj and again as the First National Hank ol Stanlord in iS3, has had practically an uninter-rtipte- d esistcnceof 11 years, It Is better supplied now with tacihties for transacting business prompt ly aud liberally lhancter before in its long and honorable career Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, 6rms and Individuals respectfully solic-ted. DR. S. G. HOCKER, Tb. Druggist. -- Ths Directory ol this D P. A.. F. Lotiisville, Ky. J. UEF.D.G. P A. Chicago, III. GO TO - St. Paul. Denver. V h OF LIVERPOOL. 12. 13. Ewo anyone Ramnnyngo NORFOLK AND W. H. HIGGINS, For Your M Tho classification for swiuo waa as follows: Sec. 1st. 2d. 3d. 4th. 1. Hoar 2yearsorovcr 20 $M J40 , CO 40 30 20 2. Hoar 1 year and under 2. 3. Hoar 0 months and under 1 r 13ARBEE &CASTLEMAU MANAGERS, WESTERN RAILROAD. TICKETS ALL POINTS: SOLD TO Refrigerators, Ice Creani Freezers, Hose, Rubber Hose, Korestus Keul, Lincoln county ; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; J.W. Hayden, Stanford; S.H. Ilaughman, Lincoln; J. S. llocker. Stanford; W. A. TrlMile, Stanlord; M. I). Klmore. Stanford: T. P. Hill, Stanford. K. L, Tanner, McKInncy; M.J. Miller. Ml. Vernot, Cot-to- ij J S. Hocker, President; John J. McRoberts, Cashier; A. A. McKinner. Assistant Cashier. Hank is composed ol Commerce Building, Louisville Agsnti throughout the South. year. W. A. TEIBBLE, Local STANFORD, KY. Ajtat, j , ft Pimples -- AND- Blotches It is a simple vegetable compound. Is harmless to the most delicate child, yet to itforces theitpoison the the surface and eliminates from blood. contracted a, severe case of blood potsoa that unfitted me for business for four A Jfew bottka af Swift's Specific (S. S. k) cured C. JONKJ. City Marshal. J. Fulton, Arkansas. Treatise on Blood and SUn Diseases mailed Strurr Sckcvic Co, Atlanta, Ga, ire. , jenr. 8. Sow under 0 months 9. Hoar and three sows over 1 year 10. Boar and threo cows orer 1 year, bred by exhibitor lL Hoar and threir sows under 1 year 12. Dour and three sows under 1 year, bred by exhibitor 13. Four swine, the Ket of the same boar, bred by exhibitor 14. Four iIim under 6 months, Hoar undorU months Sow 2 years or over 6. Sow 1 yoar and under 2 7. Sow 0 months and under 4. fi. 40 40 60 00 1 40 40 CO Xi 35 40 40 Iron Clad Hose, Reels, &c, Poultry Netting, Screen Wire and Fly Fans. Screen wire doors and windows made to order. Farmers BanMTrast Co Is now fully W. H. HIGGINS. OK(STANFORD,:KV., orjanucd and ready for business wltk 35 33 OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, 00 40 40 30 SO 50 40 30 CO SO CO 75 60 75 WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, TEXAS, 'BE WEST, NOKTB-WES- F 17 M : Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. . Surplus, . 2L000. SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with ths saint asseu and undsr the same management. By provisions of its chatter, depositors are at fully protected as aie depositors in National Hanks, its shareholders being held Individual! liaolc to the eitent ot the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereol, in addition to ths) amount Invested Jn such sbaics. It roar actM executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an individual. To thosa who entrusted their bulslness to us while mnaglng the Lincoln National Hank ol Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and trust tbey will continue to transact their busintai with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt ansa-uo- n to same, our twenty years' experience is) banking and as liberal accommodations as are cot. sistent with sound bashing. 40 85 75 65 65 85 produce of same sow 75 C5 S5 T, S0UTB-WE- S1 109 tttc.n L'tnclunatl 23 90 tTECrSTAIICS. 15. It). 17. 18. That the blood it wrong, and that nature is endeavoring to throw off the impurities. Iothing is so beneficial in assisting nature as Swift's Specific (S. S. S) RB EVIDENCE Hoar any ace Sow uny aire Hoar any age, bred by exhibitor Sow any ago, bred by exhibitor......... f75 75 100 100 FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. -- WHAT DOES IT MEAN? It means that thsQneen ant Crtseent Hnnt. Is II milts sWttit L'inttn'uii suit Lexington; SJuiUs shurt.it Oind.initl It "mlK'S shortsst UaJuntti t. New UrU.nsi Hrtiu(l.sUn..i lo Cuattanuvsa. Attiata, or Jacksunvtll., Fl.rivU. Breeder's Gazette. Hogs do not cat their back teeth till after they are full grown. Liko human ..THE BESTR0UTE TO THE NORTH AND EAST. SIEEPINB AND DINIHO ULLMAN VESTIBULED COACHES, CAR! SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS letireea all of the sbov rain's. Thrtoh Cars ti ViekiWe ml Shr,T-lr- t. Daly line ruunlae throneh cars Cln.ljn.ll la KaoiTlfU uil .Uh.fUl.. N. C. lirtt llu ta Tsias anl llcilio via Xr Ortt.ru or via ishrercpurt. Ask as.au atiout lour, tu t'allfurnU. Froin lnl?llt. KhfllTill. an.l Lawrenetburs, dlirel cunn.cUva is maj. at tiiaiwa Willi tutlluld trulni u alt ivlati South. J.J. I beings, they havo wisdom teeth. When SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE a young hog's mouth seems sore, it is probably from tho cutting of now teeth. NORFOLKWESTERN RAILR0A1 CHEAPEST, BEST AND QUICKEST LINE. At this timo let thero bo plenty of salt and ashes for tho animal to get at Mix Descrlptl? Write for Rates, JIatm. cracklings with 60ft ground feed and 'amphleu, to any Station Agent, or to M. f. IUGQ, SLLKN HULL. arwlLL. give tliat to tho pig that is getting its Ul l. Tr.lltrM4.a W.'IPmm!"!. Dt. teeth. POiaUKE, Ta. tOLlJllllS,0. RO1K0KK, TA. Tlme-Tablcs, ra.r j I k W. C. RINEAIMON, Ocn'l I'ass'r Altai, Cincinnati, O. QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. dl Williams, ML Vsrnon j S. H. Shanks, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S.J. Etnbry, Stanford; J. B. Owsley, Stanford; J. FiCash, Stanford; William Cooch, Staniord; A. W.JCarpenter, Mllledgevills, Ky W. H. Cummim, Pieachersvilla S. H.;Shinks, President, Dr.:j.H. OwsleyJCaihier, W. M. rlght,Tllr. diiisctori: