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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894061501 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. tit Semi Weekly Interior Journal VOL. XXII. BRODHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. ' I n; STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. JUNE MIDDLEBURC, CASEY COUNTY. 16 1894. COUNTY. NO. 34 l MATRIMONIAUilATTERS. MT.YERHON, ROCKCASTLE y i ti u There ia a Hebrew tradition that Three more buildings wero begun Eve survivod Adam, ami was, therefore, yesterday. tho first widow. James Taylor died the first of this Miss Jennie Mayo, a Muldleux, Vt., week, aged 70. hello has created a aens.Uion by secretly The Signal will shortly erect n new marrying a negro porter, but us there brick building for office purposes. is no law against miscegenation there Our people were well pleased with the preaching of Uiv. Joe Soveranco. her folks can do nothing. A large delegation from this place Slurp, of R Seville, this above town, with about 5'! pupils. Uro- State, is churned with polnoning his bride will attond the Masonic picnic at M til after 2 o'clock, i m. St. John's day. Mr. J. U. Frith, of our town, attend- - S. deems to bo very .fitloua along that of four months. Ho gave her a dose of Mrs. Drtbord, tho mother of Mib, od the democratic convention Ht Nichol- - lint: and his congregation at the Hptiit medicine and ahe died n few moments nivillo, last week, and while he was gone church is much pleased with him as afterwnrda. A mob (shunting thoflcouu-drol- . Judge Collier of this place, died at Level Green, Tuesday, the 12th. from homo his lfo became the mother pastor. Mts. Myna Lucfts, wife of W. K. Mrs. Mary Standiford Kollur, of boy. When Mr. Frith rotnrn-e- d The L'tdifH Aid Society has been inof n 10 drtiighlttr of the late In. Standi- strumental iu beautifying the interior of home, ho named hie boy, J auto Urn Lucas, dcpnrld this life on the 7th, after an lllur of nearly 12 mouth. Sho ford, will institute suit for divorce against tho Chris tain church. Tho ladies work nvtt McUreary. -- Mrs. h. H. Cnrlock, of Iter, will was hu uxctt'lrul woman, a kind mother her hnpbind, Murray Keller, alleging who so unselfishly for the welfare of lie deliver n lecture at Hrodhend on Sunday, and devoWd wife. Her remains were in- abandonment. They were married 18 public, should recfivo the hearty of all in their noble work. tbo 17th. She is a very intelligent lady terred In the Slum burying ground Fri- years ago. Hvnjimin F. Cox, a prominent young Housks! That is the need 'of the a lino speaker, and has a good sub- day, after prayer by Kjv. F. Grider and and ject, "The Kvil Kllects of Intoxicants," an appropriate talk by her pastor, Rev. man of Boston, committed suicide be- town. A number of good people have cause Laurn Wheelwright, whom he lov been here during tho past two weekB in'and we hope uverybody in the commun- II. M. Shuusu. Alter telling of the shootings and ed, married anotber man. Aud yet there quiring for houses to rent. There is not ity will come and hear her. Mr. 0. II. Brown, the gentleman, killing at and near Yosemite, which we are nearly 100,000 more women than a vacant houso in town nnd in some instances two and three families are living who was operator at Rowland before the give substantially in another column, men in Mnssachusettes. W. A. McKinney, : a prosperous in the same building. railroad company removed the olllco nt our correspondent says of A. O. farmer of the Mclviuney section, and Judge McClure is quite sick. Missthat place, came up to our town laht wires at this &mtfjJimK,rm-'Tvr'Zjh- : It i. reported that ho llgured in sev- Mrs. Lima Montgomery, sister of Jailer es Lena McClure and Mary Fergupon Thursday to hold down the to- days, while Mr. Joe eral killings, though it ia uot known ex- Sam M. Owens, wore married yesterday, have returned from Louisville. Mr. M. place, for a few v. . - . .iniiiiiiiiv iiiiiwimrL rir i ft v J. Miller ia in Lancaster. Prof.J Dicker-so- n our operator, and wife, upend a cept in the case of one Hill Miller, whom afternoon at Mr Huh Lomu'h in Km mm. Tararo-s.? Farmer, . 'wmrerr' !. mi. will teach our public school. Mies The bride ia an excellent lady ttSi JL. TJti "X? l - " few days visiting their friends and rela- he killtd some ton years ago on the rail.$r Uifi", x c t, road two miles ahovu Urovo. He is a aud will make a Helpmeet worthy of the Lucille Jof.lin has returned from a visit tives. V SS V"Vv r J j whonayfiho native of Arkniisus, but came here from name. Wo extend cangratulatioiiB. to Paris. The Hon. W.O. Uradley, Among the volunteer wood cutterr, is going to be the next governor of Ken- Vaucebtirg, this St tie, about 14 years eTTTJSrE 1 1 HUBBLE. hewers, etc., who assisted in putting up in Ml. Vernon a few dityn ago and worked aa foreman for the tucky, while ED. F. OWENS, Proprietor. Green River Lumber Co. He was much ago, B.ild that by the time the next Some parties Have been delivering the new building for the Btavo mill, wo noticed a brake-man-, a section foreman, would be nominated that there liked by those with whom he did their old wheat in Lancaster at 515c. and wuh well qualified for would be no democratic party. Ho said Mr. Bryon, of London, Ohio, is vis- a conductor, an engineer, telegraph operator, merchant, blacksmith, farmer, The writer hni frequently been at iting at George Eubauka' this week. they were coming 10,000 strong to tho ami ho opened tho doors of his house nnd a kinder or more friendly republicans, I.ook out for rabid doga in this com- butcher, stone cutter in fact, nearly republican party aud invited whrt man it has never been our lot to meet munity, aa some have had tlta and died every trade aud calling was represented. his Tho Sunday-Schoo- l convention, few' democrats there are in Rockcastle to Though with all this, he was H.ud to be a Miss Lulu Oweley will teach for us Sat- Because my friends trade with me, for which I appreciate and thank join In with him. We think much of the Very dangerous man when aroused. As again this Fall nnd tho district is well which was held at the urday, June 9th, waa a auccens, although them colonel as a lawyer and as n man, but for Peairrt, should he recover, as is likepleased with the selection. veiy much. I don't know a better way to get your trade than notwithstanding all our love for him, we ly, he ought to look nt his past life, But few people Attended the sKow the regular conductor, Mr. Boawell was to get must tell him that old Rockcastle has got which if reports are true, lias been any- on tho 8th nt Danville, showing what unavoidably absent. Mr. W. J. Sparks, a few old moss backed democrats that thing but spotless, and at the homes he closo money matters we have in this president, and Mrs. Cleo Brown, secreO-OOHtary and treasurer, were on duty. A been the means of community. has in a will never vote the republican ticket. wrecking, and if possible atone for the Wm. Hubble is having his house re- number of visitors from For you to select from. CHURCH AFFAIRS. sins he has committed. Fhuchem has painted. Some talk of repainting the in the county evinced a growing iuterut heretofore been a very noticeable man church here and if it is done it will not in this noble work, which wasjbegun by The union services will be held at Robert It tikes, of Ivigland, over 100 ami he evidently thought h was in im- bo before it needs it. tho Christian church Sunday night minent dinger, or ho would nover have Bros, let tho contract to years ago. Eubauka A nice line of Dry Goods, Notions, Straw Hats, Caps. Pans, NeckS. M. Logan. Monday morning our citizens turned wear, Suspenders Ladies' Vests. Corsets, Hose and Shoes. French fired tho fatal Hhot, though ho is pretty build their house to Barker it Yeager at Tho Messenger says that the Penn severely censured. Watkins leaves a z'2,'2b'2, everything delivered on the out in gangs for the woods, cutting tim- Cadies, Cakes, Bananas, Nice FresU Butter on Ice and Groceries at meetings at Owensboro clewed with 111 wife and four bright children, whom he ground and board the hands while at the ber to erect a new building for ;Waltere Low figures for Cash. conversions. All but five joined the & Co., who lost their stave mill by fire. to idolize. It is sad to think of job. Raplist churches. Mr. F. G. Xunnelley has engaged to The saw mills each gave a day's sawing, the end to which he has come. In Louisville uext Sunday, the pul RtrinJameH RobiriBon's grass Beed for and by the timo this matter is Bet in pits of 11 Methodist churohtB will be ocof tho Beed. Ho turns type a new buildinglwill have been HUSTONVILLE. cupied by women, notwithstanding tho over his contract to another pnrty lor a erected where the fire occurred, with The normal school at the college injunction In 1 Cor. 14:31. nice profit. out cost to tho proprietors. The maThi) new Presbyterian church at opeded Monday with a fair attendance. Greenberry Bright, Jr , went to bee chinery, which was not badly damMiss Beulah VanArsdale left last It Henderson was dedicated Sunday. his best girl, near Richmond, Friday, aged, is being repaired and some new was erected nt a cost of $70,000, and an week for Nashv'lle where she will visit nnd came home Sunday night; got up B'.uiT is now on the road aud it will he immense crowd witnessed the dedica- - relatives this Hummer. and has been but a short time till everything will be The thermometer has run tho bi- - about daylight Monday tion ceremonies. cutting barley and plowing corn all tl e in shape for work at the mill. Rev. Thomas Bottomley is tho old- - cycles in the shade. The heat in II US' week. Three fires occurred near this place Ho was touvilie ia crowding the 100' mark, how eat preacher ia Kentucky. J. J. Walker is now nt Clear Creek within 24 hours. Saturday night at bun is it in Stanford? born in England, is UO years old nnd Springs, near Piueville, for his health. the Btavo mill of Walters & Co., burnMies Helen Taylor spout from Fri been preaching 72. Ho ia now located Here ia llesh and better feelings to him, ed to the ground, entailing a loss of at Hopkiuavillo and ia hale and hearty. day until Sunday with Mi'bh Bessie besides a good time. Joo Ab Rigney, of The fire originated in some saw Ho waa a Methodist circuit rider for 60 Moore near Mt. Salem. M. F. North has Casey, la up with a lot of cattle, trying dust or shavings. A negro, who was returned from a trip to Eastern Kenyears. the market. We can furnish any grade Bicycle at a price that will asleep under the boiler only awoke when tucky. During the last 11 months, Rev. Will Robinson has gone to Middles-hoi- a portion of the roof fell on him. He The Biech Grove Debating Society O-OOI- D S-AViJohn Bell Gibson has held five protract to take n position as clerk in the escaped in a singed condition. The aamany towns with a to-- j will meet Friday night, 22d, and decide Mingo Coal Mines. We wish him ed meetings In eamo night tho distillery of D. P. Beth-uru- Examine our prices before making order elsewhere. See our Stock. tnl of 200 additions to the churches, who is the mother of the chicken, the as he ia an excellent young man. three miles south of town went is in addition to his regular pasto- - hm that laid tho egg or the one that G. P. Bright is tho first to have corn in up in smoke. Loss 11,000. On Sunday This ral work and is a record both to bo hatched it? tassel. We expect the silk by tho mid night the barn and corn crib of MoseB Your correspondent had n few of proud of and not easily beaten. dle of Juno. John Bright, assisted by Payne was destroyed by fire. Incendia' . It Is to bo hoped that evory one his young friends to spend the day with A. J. Rice, Bin veyed the Joe Swope farm ry. No insurance on any of thebe present nt tho Baptist church next Sun- him last week. He meat cordially aska hero Tuesday. G. A. Swinebronl is losses. day morning will vote unanimously that them to come again as he surely enjoys building a new barn. Mr. Otho Sweeney, of Indian Terrpresence of young people. the organ be moved to and remain in tho itory, is visiting relatives in this county. We notice the Stanford boys in our .,. middle of the church. After its -- What a splendid "snike team" Ant! J. M. HUBBARD, A. M President. Mrs. Will Henderson aud Miss Bessie nearly a quarter of n! midst quite often. Wo like to bcu the McU.irvey and Jaby Jones are making faithful service for McClure attended the wedding of Hensley Sep. 4,1894. Spring: century, many do not deem the instru- hoys come up every Sund.ty. We hao lu tliis Congressional race. A jackasB Brown at Parksvillo laat week. Misses worthy subject for further dis- bouio "mighty" sweet girla here, aud to and a cow yoked together nover pulled ment a Superior courses iu Literature, and Normal have they at home, so we will fcwap a Buncombe county, North Carolinn Jiannie Kennedy and Gertrude Weber Full corpi ofComervatory department. Schiwl teachers. circular! furulthed on application. Muilc anc Job F. Watkiis. Catalogues and cussion. were appointed delegates to attend the An. Excellent boarding towns on Sundays. plow more gracefully. Senator Hodges convention at State Sunday-SchoWill Dinwiddle made two. .trios to in Lexington Observer. found in Iwyptton GrAins of wheat Miss Nellie Spradlin celebrated w ek in the interest of Ins Pensioners seldom die and none mummy cases hnve been known to ger- Yoiemito last her fourth birth day by entertaining her after lying dorrnnnt for :,000 employer. Mr. E. II. Powtll in visiting uivea ui his stipend. Davut McCoy, a minate young friends from 2 to 4 o'clock, iast Is alin Lancaster. Wonder what takes him of the war of 1612, who was years Tho plant they produced luesuay. .Mrs. John .McKenzie is very FORmost Identical with tlie wheat grown in there? Hustonville looks quite lone- born in Burke county, N. C, has just ill. Messrs. Hansel & Siguian were sesome uo vv. Tho schools girls all havo ceieurtueu nis luuii uiriuuuy iu cuu Egypt at tho present time. lected by Superintendent Baker as hie Joseph K. Lockett, of Henderson, gone, hut some beauty yet remains there. Bernardino, Cal. examiners. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Grifiiu Mr. W. O. Donaldson loft Mondny for Germans Hro moat prono to suicide has made n wager that ho can eat seven have just recovered from a sorious atu home near Shelbyville. Mioa the Irish nnd negroes rarely resort to gallons of popcorn between tho hours of his tack of measles. Miss Fannie McFerran, Shannon has been visiting Miss 0 a. M. and 0 i M. It la hoped that it of Pine Hill, visited relatives here this Maggie McKinuey nt Mt. Salem. New styles at lowest prices. Call and see. will kill him. Following are the dates fixed so fat for the Kenweek. Lant Saturday night while returning During the 50 years between 1790 -Mr. Dave Allen's, Miss Bessie tucky Fairs. HarroJsburg, June 37 to 29. and 1810, 280 vessels of the British navy from Tho national oilicers cf the United Mooro nnd a young lady who was visitLexington, trotting, July 4 to 6. were struck by lightning, causing a loss .Mine Workers havo issued a circular ing her and Mr. Ed Powell were thrown The best inside wall finish; cold water process. Shelbyville, July 11 to 13. of $150,000 And killing or iujuriug 350 dwelling upon tho conferences with the Sptingfield, July 17 to so. from a buggy by its upsettiug nnd hurt men. operators and tho compromise secured. PAINTS Lead, Oil Colors, Mixed Paint, Carriage Paint, Stains Stanford, July 19 and 10. Miss Mooro very badly. She was thrown Tho 12th Annual meeting of the Lebanon, July 35 to 27. They say that they havo gained much, and Varnishes. Closest prices for cash. her left Danville, August to 3. ABSombly of the Cumberland out on her face bruising School and advise tho miners to resume work MpDICINES Prescriptions compounded with care from the best Maysville, August to 4. Presbyterian church in Kentucky will bo eye to the chiu, making a paiuful wound next Monday. W. B. McRoderts. She was thought to be seriously hurt for Nichslasville, August 7 to to. drugs and chemicals: Give us a call. held at Frankfort from June 19 to 21. Eminence, August 3 to 11. u whilo. After her fright wore oiTto some Ashland, Wis. The famous retreat in Versailles, August 14 to 17. On Jane 20 the Chesapeake and extent, bIio said northern Wisconsin located on the Wis ahe couldn't work her Columbia, August ji to 34. consin Central Lines at the head of the will run a special limited excursion Ohio jaws, well, this frightened her again Winchester, August at to 25. Chequamegon Bay is a most desirable from Louisville to Old Point Comfort, That would frighteu any woman though, Lexington, August 33 to Sept. 1. spot for one to spend a summer outing, round-tri- p fare at $15. Franklin, August 29 to Sept. 1. placing the for if they couldu't work their jawa they surrounded as it is by the beautiful Caldwell Bayn that there are but would most surely die. Miss Moore ia Tans, Sept. 4 to 8. Apostle Islands. Littlo need be said of Dr. Bardstown, September 4 to 8. its scenic beauty and health giving qualknown "tobacco takers" the Afri- of rare beauty and we sincerely hope three Prices lower than any one. Howling Green, Sept. 4 to 8 ities. This place should not be overcan Roat, the hideous tobacco worm and the marks of that dangerous fall will not Faducah, Soptember 18 to ij. looked by those figuring on a resort for Sharpsburg, Sept. iS to at. man. be left on her fair features. their next summer's vacation. Thf tnnr. Gernuutown, October 3 to 6. problbitlonlata of Kansas havo iat will find excellent fishing and boating The Lexington, trotUng, October 6 to 13. at this point, and good hotel accommoA Million Frlondd. nominated a full State ticket, with I. .0. dations at very reasonable rates. For A friend Id need U a friend indeed, and not leu Big- Successes. Pickering at its head for governor. Four than one million have found just such a friend in Havintr tha nended mr!t to more than make further particulars, maps, time tables, See our Spring Stock of ur, jvmg n G. Consumption, the advertising claimed for ih..twM,iLr"d.,'?r7h.J2J:!l5 toughs and Coldi. iJiacovery lornever used tint (rood alllour rcmeuiei nave rcaiueu them, the fol- - and guide books apply to Jas. Wis. Pond, If you hare i (iuhiuiiiiiihi Genl. Passr. Agt., Milwaukee, owing hi. Vint summer weatner thein Chamberlain' , " ia wm convince you sale. Dr. Klng'iNew Diicouery, for comump. ....... feAuri cuiiiuin... I iv e ' fiir Cholera aud Diarrhoea KemotlT ana it acta that it has wonderful curative powers in all du - nun. Couchi and Colds, each bottle guaranteed- - "Many of citizens of Painivllle, Ind . are v ' Dr. I. S. Wesley ia nttpmlinc tho Tim Woodstock Lodgo No. 030, of F. A. M. will celobrnte St. John's day nt bedside of W. L 1'enlra at Kiimaville. Patsy Loator, wliosu nnmo was drop Woodstock, Pulaski county, on tlio A Hue time in expected and everybody ped from the pension roll nomo tlvo ' years nco, linn been restored and lias invited. Our "chool election at thin place waa lately drawn S7"0 with a continuance of Bet aside by the county superintendent ?1' 50 per month. ICv. 11. M ShOiue ban organized a on the grounds of opening Ihti polls too! voting un- - Sunday - school nt the puhool hotiu just lrtte. They never commenced j - CUMBERLAND : FALLS : HOTLL, S-A- ndy ood-stoc- k, Lou-IsvIII- d, Il i Wat-kins- Hus-tonvil- lu msAST"'' tfw w SBr ,- Mmsmmbm&SA 1. -M.M. .1 .4qnsm , cuifaivta 3Cer' OPEET S 5, '84. $ 0 A WEEK, prt'B-ide- nt buei-nes- a, busi-neft- I MEET WITH SUCCESS. WHY? 4 4 j court-hous- e, tnea-tur- Sunday-School- s THE BEST I DS I by-Re- HAVE JUST RECEIVED J. C. M three-fourtli- B i i jBicycleS E FLORENCE. . I 12:-3- 0 0. sue-ceo- ITOTJ JVCOZSTjUlrT W .H. WEAKEN & CO. Stanford Female College. Session Tuesday, Tuesday, ol Rus-Sevill- e. ! pen-ion- er MeRoberts' Drug Store, -- Lil-lia- WALL PAPE ltd) Sunday-- 1 1 WE ARE IN IT. - Disc Harrows, Geo. W. Brown cultivators, Corn Planters. 5: "-"- caictoi tne inroai, unostind Lungs. Each botI f nily ".Ti.!. t.ow.1 tioublei. I wa myielf taken tle is cuatantced to do all that Is claimed or mon r.- - . i.rV of bloodv tlux. with cram nt ey will be refunded. Trial bottles free at A , R u'f? a botUe of 1'enn) ' drug store. Large bottles 50c aud $1 . wJin Vitomaeh. I wa. out Thl, femed; cur.d me Within .4 hour. wor- - MX' Coal oil la eelling at four centa per of bed and dolne my ku Hickman Co.,, Tenn. tor gallon in Chicago. i, by br. 8. G.HocVer, Druggist, sitanlord. iale recommcnJ It for chil-"J- " r"" "r"r W'L-lluncao- T Uon-aqu- Klectric Bitters, the reat remedy for Liver Stom- Ducklen's Arnica Salve, the best in the world, and Dr. King's New Lire Pills, which are a perfect pill. All these remedies are guaranteed to do just what is claimed for them and the dealer whose name Is attached herewith wi.l be glad to tell you more of tuem. Sold at A R.tt'enny's Drug- - fctore. ale by Ur.S. G. Hocker, the rithout a bottle ol Chamberlain's Cousb Remedy in theahoute." says Jacob Drown, the leading merchsnt'of the place. This Remedy has proven 01 so mucn vaiue lor coma, croup anu whooping cough iu childrwo, that few mothers who Knew its worm are vruunur to oe wunom u. l)rujlit, Stanford Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, and Farming Implements. B. H. W SABrBIT. W. L. Withers, Salesman. M fcTimrVT tddh .ji?i&&yi2jA mti& -- j.' l''l,'WNB'HfiSll'"iiw' I 'Ta-''sSfi?- K- - ) g Semi-Week- ly Interior Jqml 8TANFORD, VV. K, - JUNU 1J. 180-- i P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. Peyton G. Bowman, leador of Kolb's Populite campaign in Alubama, shot and killed Eugene Jeffries because ho denounced him in pretty strong terms for knocking his, Jetlries, father down. Tho stockholders who put up the money to make the World's Fair a suc cess havo received a 10 per cent, dividend on their stock, aggregating $700,-00The city of Chicago receives about 0. b fl ? fi ffi it ' I a M. William Simsrott, the missing secrr-tir- y For County Judge .JaS. WALKF-- GtVKNS mid treasurer of tho Switchmen's G. H. COOPER Clerk Union, is now locked Up in a padded farm, ). B.PVXTON ' Attorney cell at tho Washington Home, a hospital T. D. XEWLAND Sheriff Tub animal J mix oratorical contest beHis shortage is between for inebriates. E. D. KKNNKDV Assessor tween the literary poddies of lent re G. W. DEHOKD $30,000 and $10,000. Jailer The now constitution adopted in College, was won by Robert Wickltffc, of cit Louisiaua; II. II. McKlroy, of Lebanon Hawaii is fixed so that foreiu-boOwkn8 and Settle spoko at Lt'xinRton Senate provided they getting the second. beini: Monday to a vast audience, after izens may sit in the goy. james b. Mccreary. own fo.OOO worth ofjproperty in the isintroduced by Judi;e Jere Mortou, who Wk keep dinner nets in stock and sell Breckmnde the Btrougestepei-chngains- t As many of his constituents have not land. Fifteen years' residence confers you any piece you want separate. inridge of either of them. The two can- seen their Congressman sinco ho shaved eligibility to the presidency. it I locker. Another bill for the free coinago of didates indulged in boiiio pereounlitk'P, ofl hia moustache, we give his picture os and the Owene men tried to down Settle, he now appears, so that thoy will know silver has been introduced in Consrs NBW.llVEimKMKNrv till Mr. Owens asked that he bo Riven a him when he comes around, before he bv Senator Squire, of Washington. It respectful hearing. Owens did not o takes them by the hand in his rordin proposes to limit the coinage to $1,000, for Breckinridge as he did at Paris, way and asks about the old woman and 000a month and give tho government V. SHANNON, though he took occasion to say that he the babies the benefit of tho seigniorage. Tim anarchist miners of Alabama Is a candidate for Constable in the llus'.onville stood by every word that he uttered "Hai'i-Jack" has no wings at all, aro still at it. A mob of 40 armed men l'recinct. Election November next want to say now that there, addinp: "I if any man feels aggrieved at any state- but he got there all the same. The nens drove the watchman from a Georgia PaORDER OF ELECTION. ment I then made or may hereafter comes from Washington that John II. cific brido and set it on fire. In six Miller, of Stanford, has been appointed make, let him como like a man to me days seven bridces havo been burned and not sneak olT and hide himself be- consul to PortStanlej, Falkland Islands, and several other attempts made. Lincoln County Court Held June u, 1S91, 11 ou W. K Varnon, ludge. Presiding on the recommendation of Senator Liud-sthind that Tho ten mile- road raco for bicyclists A copy of the judgment of the Lincoln Circuit and Gov. McCreary. There never and irresponsible brute" (meanIVnny ami others was won at Louisville by John Spaldinp, Conrltuthet.au of W was a better democrat or a more clever IMalntiir, against W. E. Vamon, J ml ice uf tHe I, In s ing Charles C. Moore, editor of the of that city, in 2S minutes, with a hand coin County Court, upon a motion for a Writ ol servBlade). Mr. Settle made an excel- man, and his friends aro rejoiced over Iran nf ili-- minilti'fl. O. N. MillOr, Of Mandamus, Hiion the day of June ed upon thu delcn Jaut as judge afprcsaid by his lent speech and created the impression his good luctc. The Falkland Islands be- Indianapolis, won tho timo prize, having accepting same, the portion ol said iudgmrnt a anllnK the writ of mandamus, Is in words and that he is a fooman worthy of any man's long to Great Britain, are a group of covered the distance in 20:54 minutes. figures us follow 1, ttfwlt. about 200 and lio some 250 miles east of of John Robsteel. The Queen of Sheba, nearest point in the main land of the inson's circus, was formerly a Falmouth the Lincoln Circuit Court. V It. Penny, and others, I'llii, e most Southern part of Patagonia, iu the 8irl, Annie Leibolt. Her father is a shoe The rumor is again rife that Col. fjsulgmcnt. will withdraw from the rncp, extreme of South America. Port Stanarnon, Judge of Lincoln) b maker of Falmouth. Many of her forCo. Court, Off l but8uchaconsummation. however great- ley has about 1.00J inhabitants. It is mer friends and acquaintances called on Th cause was submitted by the parties uto their agreed statement) the qumtioo in ly it is to be wished, will hardly be a long way from home for "Happy Jack" her on the day of the show at Paris. and ot the facin on file, aud upon t e arfida-vvouchsafed. He ought to do so though to go, and the only fear is that he will Kentuckian. on file, and on the motion of pUinlilTi for writ ot mandamus, nu'lec ol which motian a waived for the good of the party, which has uever find his way back. According to Isaac Hanks.lan aged miser of Rut- by the- defendant, and th court betr advised Is 01 opinion, asm heretofore delighted to honor him, and the "Blue Book' the salary of this consul- land, Vt., has been found guilty of starv- legal duly ol so adjudged that it wm It km the t as judge ol the Linthe All the moral ate is $2,000, besides there aro traveling ing his wife to death. A recommendafor every other reason. coln county court to or Jer the ctfttion asked for by pUinlitts in the ir petition to said defendant, and religious forces are arrayed against and other expenses allowed. tion of mercy accompanied tho verdict, and that plaintiffs arc entitled to the rcmnly sought hy their motion, thetr meUen is thrrfii him and if by the possesion of the mamandamus t awarded In the event that Breckinridge is re- and the offender who is worth $75,000, sustained, and the ritof Judg should receive the nomination, chine, he of tho Limoln and costp. tatnst W K Varnon, nominated, it is Btated that Maj. II. C. was let off on a fine of $1,000 Court, by which he coma aiided at the lieit he must and will be beaten in the final regular term of the Lincoln County Court to en Hanks is 70 years old. upon the order bunk uf his court an order di struggle. The good people of tUe dis- McDowell, a republican, will bo urged Three more railway bridges in the ter reeling an election to be held in and for the city to run independently and will be suptrict can not afford to condone the ofmining district have ot Stanford ana directing the bheulf of I mcoln Birmingham, Ala., an elation and noli ferees, x)f which he has acknowledged ported by the best men. Gen. Basil beeu destroyed by fire and dynamite, the county to hold voting places In oprn acity, theiefiir fur the at each of the said of Morgan's right hand meu, purpose of taking the sense el th- legal voters of guilty. Let him first do works Duke, one himself acts being attributed to the striking min- said city upon the proposition whethtror not spirsays he will take the stump for him. meet for repentance and then they may ers. The railroad companies have put ituous,orvinous or malt liquors shall be Mid, barloaned tered luasmuthat, by rrawn take him to their hearts again. Virginia hasn't a single republican in a large number of armed patrolmen on of the telutal oftbemr delendantto make said order at the regular term of said court when plaintiffs apremaining bridges. plication was made. It is now too late lo hold said The court of appeals has finally gotten her Legislature and Oregon, at the other watch to guard the of Chattanooga, electun on the day designated in the plaintiffs' William Cameron, for ad- end of the country, has hardly a demotogether enough to fix to morrow On the rd dar of petition, it go to an entertain-ineu- t and at the name teim enable the slier II June, 144. to comply journment for the summer months. It crat. The Legislature she elected the dressed himself to with the requirements of tho law, that the tid and put a good deal of powder on election should be advertised by hlui at lean two is said that there has not been a full other day has a republican majority of 52. the his face. In some way the powder got wtrVi K'fore In day of election, the delcndant is bench for three months, the members commanded his said order tor said elcrtiun to up his nostrils and into his lungs. He fix another and later day as reasonably near the being at home either for the purpose of NEWSY NOTES. by plaintiffs will had a severe coughing spell and died in a day aaked foradvertisement asthereof atford ample required by time for the mending their fences or attending to powder contained ar- law And tlu '' writ of mandamus bewlll in no wise James H. Kirk, 71, is dead in Un- - few hours. The business. And yet it is claimed In obedience to the command In omit to obey senic and death was caused from arseni- said writ as above fully set cut and it appearing that the court is overworked ana years ion county. that the money to pay tho expesivi that appliA third of Eogland'a telegraph op- cal poisoning. cants are by law required to pay has been paid behind in the docket. The superior into court; is ordered that The miuers' striko has been practi in the city olItStanford, Ky , onan election of held court has already grown hot and weary erators are women. the ;th lay Ju A coal oil well just bored near Neod-esh- cally broken. The conference between y, t)( oetwwn tn ne nours 01 A .M and 4 r, and shut up shop for three months or poll to bo of the voting miners at Colum M A in said cityopened at each of taking the Kas , spouts 50 barrels a day. tho operators and tho ilaces lor the purioso more. It will shut up for good, we are legal upon In tho Rhode Island Legislature Geo. bus ratified a compromise agreement for sense ol the wheihirvoters of said city vinous the glad to Btate, Dec. 30 next. proportion or not Ohio, Indiana malt liquors' shall -or nold, spirituous, or loaned P. Wetmore was unanimously elected Western.lPennsylvania, bartered therein, tho result of said election to be certified Mies Elvira Syo.vok Millkb, the United States Senator. and Illinois, to become effective next to and returned as required by law In the election A cemented tomb, containing 22 Monday. The compromise was on a of county Ulcers. bright little genius who presides over the Louisville Times Tattler Column, male skeletons averaging eight feet in basis of G9 cents a ton for Western PennThe following officers are app tnted to hold said election: proved at the banquet to the Press As- height, has been unearthed at Eagan, S. sylvania and GO centB for Ohio. Votinz 1'iecinct. No 1. I.M.IIruce and II. K.. Wearen, Judges, W. It, 1'enny, clerk, J. U Jones sociation at Frankfort that she is as gifted D. hentr Its president has practically admit in oratory as in ability to write the right Vol iDg l'recinct, No, 2. A. G Eastland and I FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. II Englcman, judges. J. K. Hales, shtrill, C. C ted that the profits of the sugar trust for thing in the right way. Her responee Carson, clctk. Stanford Fair, J uly 19 and 20. Voting l'recinct, No. j. J. M Hail and J K. to a toast, which is given in the Capita the last three years wore over $35,000,-00judges, Lexington will havo a trotting meet VanArsdale,clerk. Joseph Cotfey, sheriff, Win. is the brightest gem that shines in the Severance Col. Breckinridge's name has been ing July OKO II COOTEIt, Attest: beautiful collection of gems which were Clerk Lincoln County Court dropped from the rolls of honorary memFor Sale. 100,000 tobacco plants abed abroad during the meeting. Editbers of the Union League Club at Chi- J. F. Cook, Rowland. or O. M. Meacham again distinuished cago. Apples have gone up to ;50 a barrel himself as a wit and humorist of the Mr. and Mrs. John Ltlller, wealthy at Chicago, owing to a corner. most pleasing order of talent. residents of Carthago, III., have been inGeorge Baker sold to C. G. Jones There left mv pasture near Males' Well n Sat Tuesday was the "JOth day since the dicted for starving their little son to several head ot fat cattle at 2 to 2 Jo. urday, June md, 'yi ellite marc and black none .Mare about it hauds hiifh and htavy adjournment of the Legislature, the time death. Foil Salk. Yearling' Durham bull, built Horse blemished in kuees and hind At Milleraburg, Charles H. Jennett, reward for their return or in when all bills not passed with the emerW. II. Murphy, Stanford.4 kles. 900 pounds. formation leadlnir to their recovery Jeputy United States marshal, was shot gency clause became elTective. All mar S. Owsley, Sr., sold to inciusoN, JAMEb W. IU Hon. John Stanford, Ky. 30 it ried women aro now practically feme and killed by Frank Mitchell. Mitchell Bob Thompson GO hogs, 255 H3., at 4 20. escaped. Boles and can trade in their own names, Farmer Jacob Roby, of near Dayton, Special United States Commissioner sued and be sued just like a common O., hung himself because his crops promevery day man. Hereafter men, who Roberts has decided that laborers' wages ised to be a failure. marry for money, will get left unless they aro suject to garnishment for the neces Andrew Thompson bought ol East There personally appeared before me, justice of can work the rabbit's foot on their wives saries of life. End parties a buuch of fat steers and of the peace in and tor Lincoln county, William Five women engaged in a fight at Wright, Or James KilTe anil Mllion Keynolds, and make them transfer their property. heifers at 512 to 517. who state on oath that they are the parlits vtho Breeden, W. Va., and Mrs. Lizzie on the firm of A J. J. Chapman bought laat week valued the Cow, an estraystickled roan, about C 10 Iiunn The said cow is a was killed and Jennie Morris morJudge Baku's decision with reference from Holt & Graham 79 lambs, averagear old; she has the bush ether tail off; she tally wounded. They furthermore about 930 will to the Separate Coach law is causing trouing 103 pounds, for June delivery, at state weighthey regard pounds. worth cightevu dolher as that The society of Bennington, Vt., is Said cow came to A. C Dunn's, April lars, 'Si8 Woodford Sun. ble in a matter that seemed to have setW. A COKKKY. I 1' I. r all agog over tho marriage of M its Jennie " 23, 4. D. C. Terhune, of Mercer, has tled down to the satisfaction of every- Mayo, a society belle, to Thomas Strong, body. Most peoplo are content to let bought up to date 77 first clasa mare a colored hotul porter. well enough. It is a pity that Judge colts at an average of JlO.uO. Adfv A. S. Tho Senate has passed a bill fixing mule frV of that clasa. Negroes Barr had not been vocate. SURGKO.V DENTIST. c tho salaries of railway postal clerks. Maysville's fair date conflicting with all over the State aro refusing to go into The clerks are divided into seven classes, Officoover McRoberts Drug Store in the c tho Jim Crow cars and when forced to tho Danville date, it is said she will go Owsley Iluilding. with salaries fromSSOO to 51,800. Stanford do bo or not ride, bring suits for dama- to her old date, week before tho Tho Virginia republicans have de- back Lexington fair. Res. cided that it is unwise to nominate can-- It is said that White Nose, who ran ! No ono can read Mr. Watterson's didates for Congress this fall, but will at Latonia last Saturday is 11 years old, to Dr. Cave aud the not prevent anyone from running. matchless response Out of and has started in 1,000 races. St. Louis ladies, who contend that wars Kausas populists have At our Fruit Farms and Nurscnr ona mile West ho has won 125 times. these of Kin'svllle, Lincoln county. We have is fine a of conquest are always wrong und those Gov. Lewelling. A woman suffrage any roan ever stock Moses Kahn purchased in past few ready of Fruit Treos as nto orchard .ind handled, of defense right, and that therefore the plank was adopted by the convention, gardn lor transplanting Orcliari of Apples and I'eachu will G22 lat cattle for future dolivery at this Fall days, South was right, without enjoying and the A. P. A. was denounced. be assorted to suit customers at $10 per hundred. nice, tho the best. Everyit. It furnishes good reading even Twenty years Hgo W. A. Van Sickle, 4 and 4J cents. Nelson Morris, of Chic- The trees are to mako varietiesattractive ami the home thing needed torrid timed, aud prove of New Jersey, lost his watch on his ago, though his agent, John Embry, children happy will be found here For circulars for these J. A. McKhK ft CO., conclusively that the great editor is a farm. It was unearthed a few days ao bought oyer 1,200 head of fat cattle at address Kiiigtville, Ky. 64 Paris Kentuckian. thoroughly reconstructed rebel and a pa and rail all right, whon he had wound it about 4c a pound. triot. up. O. M. Spoonamoro tells us that he The Chinese plague is spreading to did the proper thing by not standing his The statement is made that out of this year. He shipped nearly 800 criminals in the Kansas pen- an alarming extent. Hundreds of deaths horBO and jack a month or so ago and itentiary there are only 11 women. If are reported daily, and scarcely a home them to Missouri in Hong Kong that does not contain a has just heard .that the gentleman he the crop of Mary Yellin Leases increases sent them to had disposed of them. The When corpse. however, things will change. Samuel J. Pugh, of Vanceburg, was horso brought 1200 and the jack $300. women get out of their sphere they are for Congress by the republiJ. E. CarBon has just finished a liable to land in the penitentiary or any. nominated can convention of the Ninth district, week's test of his Jersey cow, Cordelia where else. which was held at Augusta, Bracken Signal, 5th, 30 months old, with 14 She is the insanity proceedings against Pren county. Tub pounds 5 ounces of butter. Urccder and shipper of The grand jury of Sullivan county, 5th daughter of Cordelia Signal, record dergast, the assassin of Mayor Harrison, indictments 18 pounds 15 ounces, and is the third to Thoroughbred Duroc Red Jersey has been put ofl to Nov. 12. Tho collu- Indiana, has returned sion of the judges to thwart justice in this against 50 persons, some of them promi- make a record. She was fed G quarts of Hogs. case amounts to a crime, which ought to nent, for inciting and participating in the ground oats andjeorn together and two be investigated by Judge Lynch and a anarchistic demonstration of the striking quarts of oil meal. Mr. uarson raiseu hordi in Ohio and Illinois. Call and examine my J miners there. J DCru or oun;i v 4Jiuuugu, ru vituniu. jury. the whole family mother and all. llrst-clae- -i m Mc-Kinn- ron coxokkss. ..77" jas. n. mtukauy $250,000. o James Raines, who keeps the on the Somerset pike, has n sow that has proven to be almost a gold mine She is a mixture of Poland o him. China and English Berkshire and weigh about GOO pound?. Is five years old atf, during her short life has given birth to 109 pigs. These Mr. Rnines has readily sold at $5 q piece, making a little over f500 in all. Ho has some 25 or 30 more engaged and If the bow lives to a ripe old Hgu she will make her owner enough money to buy a blue enifs toll-gat- The : Sensation ! OF THE DAY. Low Prices and fine assortment of Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Hats and Shoes at theLouisville Store. This week will be the greatest BARGAIN WEEK have ever known, bargains and nothing else but bargains. Come and see the money we v i save you. Hoys' Waists 20c; from 4 years to i.j, worth 35c; Percale waist 25c, worth double the money. Ladies' Shirt Waists 50c in white and colored, not a one worth less than Si. Ladies' fine quality Swiss ribbed vests, regular price 25c, will be sold this week at 15c Ladies' ribbed vests which arc sold everywhere at IOC will be sold this week for 5c we 1 That 1 m ir vy -- fil-l . rfi nn y IX. JxAV. AK. XN3 long-eare- d, long-haire- d, rack-brain- ed y - 11 Fathers, come and get your boys a suit this week while you can 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 SS. fit up wtw n vOT q Blue-gras- n i. Breck-enridg- .... 1 x 1 contra-ters- it Men's Hrogan Shoes 75c; Oil Grain Buckle Shoe jSi.io that can not be bought elsewhere under 51.50. 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 deleii-ian- Goods fop Less Money, Than you ever were before. LOUISVILLE : STORE, - STANFORD. BrZ, A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor T. D. RANEY, Manager. otu-priva- te m KIMMEir & Dealers in 1 a, EOCEEB 9) bi- (1 Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, Tin and Woodenware, Fruits, Candies, Vegetables, Cigars & Tobacco. Goods and prices guaranteed and delivered promptly free of charge 0. 5-- 7. LOST aORSES. POSTED. TRUNKS, VALISES, STRAW HATS Neckwear & Underwear -- SUMMER- May-nar- d -- AT- 5c H. 'VJo ! J. McROBERTS. H.6.R0PLEY,-- e 'fc! PRICE, fc Fruit Trees For Sale 1 Ius; T's V 90S itirt!HH'4; T x vftf !f H!Wkm $, GOODS. call. OF- - 'Is Hocoiving His Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give me SPRING AND SUMMER -- A NICE LOT BOYS' CLOTHING At Half Price for Cash, To Close Out Stock. H. H. Bron&ugh, I J. K. VANARSDALE. 'i ' f "fcujiim H,1 ' 1 ' j fes-- w t t '1 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal - Junk Wall rxt'KR at cheapest price. W. B. McRoberts. rt 1 Btanford Ky E. C. Onk sample Whiteley binder for sale 15, 1891 at tho low prico of $75. Farris & liar- din. Sek our elegant line of clothing for men and boy; also now lino of pants at regular prico. B. F. Jones it one-ha- lf Walton, MEANS Business Manager BUSINESS. mm Buy your school books nndRchool Bun Thk genial host at Crab Orchard plies ol all kinds ut A. H. Tunny's. Watches, cIockh and jewelry repaired Springs, Mr. Gun Hofmann, extends a genand warranted. Dngraving u specialty, eral invitation to tho opening hop, which at A.U. Penny's. occurs next Tuesday night. Tub largest Rtoclc of Drugs. Medicines, Wail Taper at rerlumery, Taints and Carroll Rkii has n very promising A. It. Penny's. Peocriptiom n specialthoroughbred that ho ty. named Lucy Lee. for tho littlo daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Walton. PERSONAL POINTS. two-year-o- ld Son. if '4. I; .T. i ' ! Miss Mahy Ham., of Monticello, is the guest of Mis. Dr. 0. A. Cox. Mits. Will Skvkhakci: has returned from a visit to her parents in Shelby. Missus Viiuiinia Bowman and Josephine lteid are visiting in Danville. Mkh. Gkohcik P, Taylok and son, of Burnside, are guests of .Mrs. I.. B. Cook. Kkv. and .Mils. A. V. Sikmohk are Georgetown College commencement. Miis. 0. T. Boiio.v, of tho West Knd, is the guest of her relative, Mrs. S. P. Stagg. Mif.s Mary Biikiiit is attending the Normal School at Christian College, Hub tonville. Mkh. Xkitik Pattkhson and Mrs. John Jameson, of Paris, are visiting Mrs. G. C. Givens. Miih. Jamis Tomi'KI.sp, of Harrodp. bur;, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. William Gooch. Mim Coma Jonks, of Indiana, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Harris and other relative. Mien Jka.v Dick, of Crab Orchard, is the guest of hei little friend, Miss Virginia Warren. Miis. Mahy Pknck is not expected to live but u short time owing to the of old agn. Mh. Basil IiUrst, of Danville, Iibh taken a position on the editorial etair of the Louisville Tost. Jkbk 1). Wkahkx received a very pain, ful wound In his left thumb while working with his bicycle. Mil. J. T. MiKoiixiits and wife, of Middlesboro, are vtnititig his father, Mr. J. M. Mcltoberts, Jr. Mhh Gkn. S. T. Gitca, of Frankfort, is visiting Mrs. A. M. Feland. The general is expected Mrs. K. W. Atiikhton, of Atherton-villa- , is visiting her sisters, Mrs. B. X. Boiler and Mnymo Cardin. Miss Laura Looan Cartsii, a beautiful blonde of this county and graduate of Hamilton College, has been the guest of MIbs Jennie Hocker. Mies Katb Docile, of Hustonville, who taught music at Corhin Institute last session, went up to Tittsburg Wednesday to secure a school there. Miss Sahik Lillahd arrived from Stonewall Jackson Institute, Abingdon, Va., Tuesday. Her father, Mr. It. W. Lillard, met her at Big Stone Gap. Mibsks Lucy and Mattik Alcorn have returned from Oxford, 0., College to their father, Dr. 12d Alcorn's, Hustonville, the former with a well earned diploma. J. W. Bright, of the Hubble section, has engaged with tho Xinth Street Tobacco Warohouso Co., of Louisville, and will solicit for it in this and adjoining counties. Thero was much regret at tho hop over the absence of Misses Maggie and Mattie Owsley, who were kept at homo by sickness, of a not very serious nature we are, however, glad to Bay. Mrs. Mahy L. Withers, a very hand" voung widow, has begi) on a visit to her cousin, Mr. W. W. Withers. She is the Boston newspapers and is a very accomplished writer. Mn. and Miir. J. Cam Hays and Misses Mary and Margaret Walker returned from Kureka Springs, Ark., Tuesday, all improved In health. Mr. Hays thinks his winter outing helped his cough very much. Tint charming and talented Mrs. James I. McKinnoy, "Katydid," and her beautiful friend, Mrs. Thoriugtou, of Montgomery, Aln., returned home yesterday much improved in health by n visit to Miss Katie Slaughter Crab Orchard. accompanied Mrs. McKinnoy. to-da- A (toon many of our young folks will attend the opening hop nt Linuietta Springs 15th. Captain Richards extends a cordial invitation. One moru lot of sample slippers received, in white kid and canvass, black, tan, red, gray, &c. Xico lino of patent leather pumps. B. F. Jones & Son. W. II. Shanks, who went down to tho commencement at Centre College and took in tho game between tho Centres and tho Louisville Athletics, tells ub that tbo lormer won 0 to 2. MiBses Linda and Emma Owsley, Annie and Mary Alcorn, Xannie Kennedy, Jen-niThe Seventeenth Annual Hon given McKinney, Jennie and Mario Warby the Merry Bachelors oi Stanford ren, Jeanio Feland.Mand Welsh, Annio Wednesday night was a fihining and corusticating success. Walton's Opera Dunn, Susio Lasloy, Ida Bentley, Lizzie House was ablazo with beauty, tho and Lucilo Menefee and Miss Mprtio brightness of whoso eyes dimmed the Hale, of tho Kansas City Times. That must be done, and Among the spectators also were tho electric liu'hts and made the scene one following ladies who added dignity to never to bo forgotten. Tho young genoccasion: Mesdames J. S. Hiindlov. tlemen wero on their good behavior, the J. E. Portman, Catharine Burnsido, W11not n single thing occurring to mar thu Ham Moreland, Joseph Coiley, Sallio J. happiness of the occasion. Spectators Our stock of Dry Goods. Wc arc Severance, Steele Bailey, B. X. Roller, wero out in force anil peemed heartily to A. G. Huilman, Jennie Dunn, Mrs. St. enjoy the graceful movements to music that was simply grand. Saxton's orches- Clair. Tho young gentlemen from Danville tra furnished it and every one said he were: Messrs. Bntterton, Harlan, John this morning and Destruction follows every article it touches. You and Homer Baughman, Lawwill, Verge say times are hard and money scarce and you must practice rigid and Dolph Rice, Richardson, Yeager, cconemy to get your Summer goods. Now if you want help, Diilehay, Downton, Burk, Shelby. Those from Harrodibtirg were: Messrs. horsythe, Tabler, Ferguson, Miller and Owens. Hustonvillp: Messrs. Powell, Charlie Our Ginghams, Percales, Javanese Cloths, White Goods and all kinds of light weight and light colored Dress Good must go. Those and Sid Adams, Twid well. We have a splendid stock fof Lancaster: Messrs. J. Y. and J. F. who have not bought are in the swim. Laces, Braids and Lining Silks to sell at low prices Ladies Silk Robinson, Marksbury, Sweeney. Mits, Hosiery, Gloves, I Iamburgs, all suffer alike. Ladies, Misses Crab Orchard: Joo Brooks. andGcnts' Shoes are reduced andmust suffer with other things Louisville: Will J. Yager. Come now and learn the real value of money. The axe is laid at London: E K. Wilson. Pittsburg. J. H. Pugh. the root and the stuff must fall. o THE MERRV BACHELORS' HOP. THERE : ARE : SOME : THINGS ii s i". -! ONE IS TO REDUCE USING THE AXE 003VCE TO TTS- 1 m m Al Watki.nh Killed. In our last is- ORAM) MARCH. A ci.othi.nci drummer from "Cincinnn (Thotographer Earp caught the beautiti caino over from Lancaster Wednesday with 1,700 pounds of oxprees baggage, ful march and wo give tho picture above and Fish and Holderman iiad to get a as nearly as possible). move on themselves for once. never danced to better. Mr. Saxton is Thk skin of one of Mr. J. K. Bruco's at clever too as ho is gifted in produclambs was found on bin place tho other ing a harmony of sweet sounds and nevday. Ho had misted several of hit lambs er failt-- i to respond willingly to an enbefore that, but did not know ho was be- core or refused to grant a request. Tho ing robbed of them in that style. bo)s n.Uell in lovo with him and his .. baud and Bay that hereafter it is Saxton Dt'iUMi tho .Summer months I will or nobody. An elegant lunch was servhave a class in vocal and instrumental ed at 1 o'clock at the St. Asaph Hotel, music. Parties desiring either will please whoso dining room had been beautifully give mo a call. Theory and sight readdecorated with vineB and ilowers. It ing free. Mrs. Margaret A. Tortman. was 1:30 before the last couple took a reluctant leave of the happy scene, feelof J. II. Collier at Crab OrTin: store chard was broken Into Wednesday night ing sad to think that 'twas bright, 'twas and goods to tiio vhIiio of i'26 or more heavenly, but 'tis past. Tho young lastolen. Thu rascals, whoso identity is dies who graced; tho occasion aro given below, with a description of their cosunknown, entered through a window. ii CITY AND VICINITY. meanly insinu Thk Courier-Journa- l ates that Mr. Cleveland wanted to send "Happy Jack" Miller as far oil" as possible. The contract for- tho Danville water works was let to II. DoLoug & Co., of Lexington, who will do all tho work and furnish tho necessary machinery, for ICO,- - 000. .. cow belonging to Henry James, of tho East Knd, coughed up a hag containing a pair of stockings, a bunch of keys and a lot of small nails. While being milked the other night a band by two women, and who was defended by W. S. Burch nt the examining trial, failed to appear and Mr. Burch, who went hie bail, may have to pony up. of T. playing on a lumber L. Carpenter, were pile, it fell with them, bruising Luke considerably and cutting Jess' leg severely and making a surgeon's attention necessary. J. II. Baker, who is claimed as HI hus- While Jess and Luke, little sons Mica Isabel Owsley, Hubble, pink occupied the stand at the Centre Col- Swiss; ilowers. lege commencement, all graduates of the Mhta Maggie Miller, Lancaster, pick institution Govs. Brown, of Kentucky; silk; diamonds. Matthews, of Indiana, and last and greatMiss Bessie ; Richards, Junction City, est of all, J. Troctor Knott. cream silk; pearls. Mies Ida Dodson, Milton, X. C, white A dispatch from Middlesboro says that Missouri capitalists aro negotiating organdie; diamonds. Miss Evelyn Buchanan, Crab Orchard with B. G. Pennington for tho purchase white lace; natural Ilowers. of his r.c mines in Claiboru county, Mrs. Dolph Rice, Lancaster, white Tenn. These are said to be tho fnest Swiss, lace trimmings; gold. mines of the kind in the country. . Miss Helen Hill, Memphis, yellow Tur. Kubanks Bros., Cnt and Mac, silk, lace trimmings; diamonds. have contracted with Barker & Yeager, Miss Maggio Buchanan, Crab Orchard, oi Danville, for a dwelling on the site white silk, lace overdress; pearls. of the one recently burned. It will bo Mra. Mary L. Withers, Cincinnati, Xile two stories high, contain eight rooms green silk, lace trimmings; diamonds. and cost, wnen completed, about 13,000. Miss Virgelino Ballard, Livingston, green organdie, satin trimmings; gold Henry McCormack, a neirro, was tried and Ilowers. before 'Squire Smiley in the West Knd HUSTONVILLE. on tho charge of and Miss Mary Adams, white silk; diasent on to circuit court. Ho was placed monds and gold. in Constable Joe Shannon's hands to deMiss Fannie Adams, red silk, red mull liver to the jailer, but soon gave the of- overdress; op'als. ficer the slip and left for parts unknown. Miss Krma Morse, red silk, red mull overdress; diamonds. The weather continues excessively Miss Lillio Brewer, silk mull; ilowers warm, tho mercury reaching up in the and diamonds. i0s in the middle of tho day. Fanners Miss Georgio Xowburn, pink cropon, already begin to complain that they need rain, but the weather eervico does black laco and velvet trimmings; dia not promise it: "Fair continued warm monds. STANFORD. er. Slightly cooler Friday night," is tho Miss Pearl Burnsido,. yellow silk lace; way yesterday's dispatch read. natural ilowers Mies Glenn Bibb, pink silk lace; naturStruck Diwiii. A man was found wandering aroun town yesterday in an al flowers. Miss Liccie Lynn, black silk mull; gold. aimless manner and upon inquiry it was Miss Ora Wood, black Bilk mull; satin found that he had been struck dumb. trimmines; diamonds. Ho had been in Danks', the jeweler, and Miss Sue Rout, white Paris muslin; tho low prices on watches, jewelry, etc , so paralyzed him that he was unable to diamonds. Miss Georgia Wray, silk mull; emertalk. This is not an advertisement, but it simply shows what low prices will do. alds. Miss Mary Bruce, whito mull; ilowers. MissSallio Bentley, pink chiUoii; diaWanted. A good public school anywhere in Kentucky. I have a first clats monds. certificate, under which I can teach in MissAllio Fish, whito silk mull; pearls. any school in tho State. I have taught Miss Caltha Fish, whito silk mull; for 10 years and refer to and opals. Miss Beesio Montgomery, blueBilk; diapatronH in Stanford, Rowland, Lancaster, Mt. Xcnia, Bright?, White Oak, Ac, monds. AdMibs Fannie Shanks, dotted silk, lace in Lincoln and Garrard counties. dress M. I). Hiighex, Lancaster, Ky. 2t. trimmings; diamonds. Miss Jennie Cooper, whito mull, lace Elopkmk.nt. Mr. J. D. Holderman, trimmings; gold. bettor known as "Debo," took tho train Miss Eva Lainmers, whito Swiss; llow-orhero yesterday morning with pretty Miss Delia Totter, aged 15, and lied with her Miss Dell Folaud, whito Swus, yellow to Jellico, where ho has doubtless ero trimmings; gold. this made her his wife. Mr. Holderman Mi6s Xora Moreland, yellow silk, sill: is lineman for tho Electric Light Co. mull overdress, laco and ribbon trimand an industrious, clover man. Ho is mings; diamonds. a widower with ono child, his first wife Mies Kiln May Saunders, whito Swiss, having been MissjFannieStraub. pink ribbon and laco trimming; Ilowers. .. Mrs. B. H. Danks, whito fiowered orThe program for tho Caledonian Litgandie; diamonds. erary Society meeting at tho Mrs. Dr. W. B. Penny, black moire: night, 10th, is as follows: gold. Xow-lanAddress by the president, R. M. Mies Sue Willie Hale, light bluo crepo paper byj'.Thomna Miller Owsley; solo Miss Alico Holmes; declamation, do chine, ribbon trimmings; gold. Miea Nettlo Wray, whito organdie; Black Horso nnd Rider, Win. Hocker; music, Messrs. Fish and Mudd; declama- pearls. Misa Isabella Bailoy, white organdie. tion, Sparticus toJthoGladiators, Aahby Miss Henry FiBh.blue mull; diamonds. Warren; music, Fiahand Mudd; debate, Mrs. George L. Penny, Paris muslin; "Resolved that aJChicken can Roost with more comfort on a Round Pole than on diamonds. Little Miss Allie Huffman, whito mull. a Squaro Pole," to be afllrmed by J. A. Miss Essie Burch, heliotrope silk, lace Beazley, W. H. Shanks and W. S. Burch and negatived by Jack Beazley, Logan overdress; pearls. Miss Annio Green, white organdie, Hughes and S. W. Menefee; music, Fish and Mudd. The society having disband- lace trimmings; pearls. ed at Turnersville, it will hereafter meet The following young ladies were presj at Stanford. ent but did not participate in mazy waltz: 7.1 house-breakin- g 1 es Two governors and one tumes: sue we chronicled tho fact of the shooting of Conductor W. L. Peairs at Yosem-itby Al Watkins, after most treacherous conduct on his part. Wo are upon to chronicle Mr. Watkimi' demise. He was removed Tuesday morning by Frank Flinchem, a section boss on the Green River Railroad, with a double barrel shotgun loaded with buckshot or other leaden migslea. Watkins had had his examining trial at Liberty the day before for shooting Peairs and had given the $1,000 bond required of him. At the trial he sent Flinchem word to meet him at a certain place, as he wanted to talk witli him. Flinchem returned tho information that he didn't caro to see him, but if Watkins was especially anxious to interviow him, he knew where ho lived. Tuesday morning he called at Flinchem's early, but ho declined to see him, nnd when he called the second time, ho let him have tho contents of his gun, killing him instantly. Ho had sent Flinchem word that ho intended to kill him, and ss Flinchem knew that ho had killed two men and tried to kill a third, he was satisfied that ho meant business, so he took no chances. Watkins claimed that Flinchem had been too intimate with his wife, a charge that had been laid at the doors of a number of men, againet all of whom Watkins had sworn vengeance, and who will now breathe easier since his ability to carry out his threat has been materially abridged, not to Bay entirely destroyed. o now-calle- Come on With Your Cash doom. Don't forget that our Clothing is 'sentenced to the same awful d HUGHES & TATE. -- SEE THE- - ORGANDIES -- AND- SWISSES, In colors and Black and White. We are Selling at Only 20 Cents. We wont write a BLOW-HAR- D Circuit Court. James Evans, the negro who stole. E. P. Woods' maro and Bold ADVERTISEMENT, I, s. court-hous- o d; her in Washington county, for f5.56, But let you judge for yourself. plead guilty and was given four years It is told that Hon. W. II. Miller, who defended him, broke down in his speech nnd could not proceed on account of his emotion. The negro's people had belonged to Mr. Miller's family and he felt much interest in him. Tho sceno cut a year or two off tho verdict. Win. Stamper, plead a former conviction, for the same offense and was acquitted of carrying concealed weapons. James McGill, Water Bottles, Olive Dishes, Salad Bowls, etc., in new and elegant a raggy, dirty, negro boy from Milledge-ville- , designs. We have also a fine selection of imported was up for breach of tho peace, but no witnesses appearing, tho court dia charged him. John Traylor for maliciously cutting his brother, Alex Traylor, waB fined 175 and costs. Tho Commonwealth made out a caso aufiicient to send the defendant to tho penitentiary, but his witWe want you to call and see these goods. The prices we know nesses showed that ho was almost as will please you. much Binned ngainst as sinning, and many thought he ought not to have been fined at all. Tho grand jury, after five days' efforf, adjourned Wednesday, having found only nine indictments, the smallest number in tho recollection of any court oflicial. They aro as follows: I. F Steele, bribing voter; J. II. Baker, bigamy; Henry McCormack, petit larceny, 2 cases; J. G. Weatherford and Cale My S3. 50, $4, S4.50, $s, S5.50, $6 and $9 Leather Bottom, Rocker Brown, selling liquor on Sunday; Frank Leather cover spring edge coucher, Parlor Suits. Hogue, illegal voting; Jim Evans, horso stealing, since convicted, and Trice and Givens, houso breaking, acquitted. Zed Bright and Sheridan Simpson, for stealSuites ever handled in ing corn from J. A. & S. T. Harris. I have the most complete line of Bed-rooWalnut and natural Bright dismissed by Commonwealth on Stanford. Solid oak suites from $15 to $60. account of ao and Simpson given 00 cherry, book cases, hall trees, center tables, combination desks, sidedays. Caleb Bright, trespass, acquitted. boards, dining chairs, window shades, curtain poles, mattresses and Arthur McGinuia fined $10 for shooting springs, pictures. I am headquarters. The bottom has raveled out On Wardrobes you can at W. R. Akin. Jury hung last court in of prices. Picture frames made to order this ease. Charles Crutchfield, mali- count 25 or 35 per cent off of past prices. Large French Plate Mircious cutting, released on his own recog- rors so cheap that I will only sell one to a customer. My prices are nizance. no secret but they pay the freight. A good deal of work hag been dono so fur. All of tho important criminal cases havo been tried, leaving no murder caso on tho docket, for a rarity. A consider-erabl- o amount of civil business has also been dono aud Judge Sautley says he he will clear tho docket or fight it out on the present lino all Summer. Tho suit of Gillispio vs. Bastin & Col- Well Selected, adds 25 per cent, to the beauty and finish of a home. lar for $.'),000 damages for cutting the My stock is sure to please you in timber off his land, occupied tho court all day yesterday. There were n dozen lawyers in tho csbo aud they all bad to speak. CUT . GLASS I After Dinner Gups and Saucers. DANKS', : The : Jeweler. Don't Fail to See m Baby Carriages, $5 to $20, W. W. WITHERS. ' M WALL : PAPER DESIGN, QUALITY AND PRICE. of Guaranteed Mastic Mixed Paints, Alabastine, Var- Mr. J. It. Warren has intelligence A full stock from T. S. Riggs, at Providence, Mo., nishes, &c. that his brother, Silas Riggs, and Mr. Warren's nephew, had died very He was a man of considerable means, and leaves a wife and three chilsud-dently. HAVE YOUH REPAIRING DONfE Before Spring Cleaning. dren. . R. FI1T1TT Druggist. i . , v r- "S-i.- t , . W i "" Semi-Week- ly Interior Journr University Notes. (Published by special request). The great Field Day victory of CenPublished Every TuoBday and Friday tral Uuiversity, last week, at Lexington, AT possi3 2PJ2K. YKiUUX ADVANCK when eho won 50 points out of aeyes of ble 09 seems to have blinded the WVhen not so paid S2.50 will be charj"ed.-Danville Adthe erstwhile when that esteemed jourvocate, and nal wrote up tho result of Centre's Field Day it made no mention whatever of 0. IFDaUD-cVX"- . Wo will do bettfer U'b. achievement. and give here the When necessary. ttnn our neighbor made by Centre in her "lonesome" C, LOCAL TIME CARD. on the Bamo day the four other leading K. colleges were smashing records at Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. ra., returning before an audience of 1,000 peo 5 W The best salve la the world lor cuts, bruisest sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, coma and all skin eruptions. It positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded, Prico t cents per bos. For sale by A. R. Penny, Sunlord, Ky. Buctlna Arnica Salve. Ladies, Your Attention, Please. My Stock of Millinery We are authorised to anno Hon. A candidate j as. b. Mccreary for Representative In Congress, sub e IMZIXjIILjI.JSriEIK'Sr Two doors above l'oit-OIUc- e. I Alwsys on hand wide-awn- ko Is bet g rapidly opened and it embraces ever)' ol Kentucky. tningpretty and stylish. I have engaged Mlts Eighth Congressional luslrkt lulu Stilt, of Cincinnati, to trim for me Sie is a lady of much ciperience and taste and Is sure to G. D. give satisfaction. An examination of goods is inMRS. POKIU T COl'KTS. 10 vited. Is a candidate for Jutticool the Peace in the HusOl ert to the action ol the Democratic party of the Tho Nobicst and Nicest Goods? Can bo had In the market. Prices lower than the lowest Mourning goods a specialty. Call and xamine before buying MARV DAVIS DUDDF.RAR. Stautord, Ky Mrs. Kate Dudderar, Manager. COMMERCIAL BLOCK SMILEY 6 OB 8 PAGES. EVEBY d When When When When Baby was slcfc, wn pave her Costorl. she. w ru n ClillJ, she cried for Castorl.. oho became Miss, she clung to Castfcrla, she liad Children, she gavethem Caatorla. Linnietta Park Springs, Junction City Post-Oflic- e, ton v We precinct, democratic party. subject to the action the I.. II. AIM MS, Is a candidate for Jii'llce of the Peaee in the Hus. tonville precinct; subject to the action of the democratic party. Mavis Verticil The Fesd Sswinj Midlines HOYLU COUNTY, KY. Lex-iugt- on OPEN JUNE 1ST, 1894. rVmo time ago I was troubled with an attack ol taVes pleasure ill an- The Linnietta .prlngaCo. ftiM Pain llalm rheumatism. I lived Chamberlain's mihllf tn..r4llr and was co npletely cured. I have since advised m.,.f.r. In lift n.trim. unitriAtiiilar trtnrl anil hav to try the rem- ,K, Di.v hi,i Iciteil thlt many of my Inendsand customers edy and alt speak highly of it SMiuon Goldbaum, , placed the management in chsrge ef Capt. Thorn-a- s lluluros, HhoH proverbial oliteness and at San Luis Key, Oil For ale by Dr. S. G. Hock-ertciillon insuies pleasuro and comfort tn Its guests. Druggist Stanford. The culinary uepartment will be under the spe cial charge of Mrs Sallle Richards, whose quail- ti.atioiia ate tou well known in uiai capacity to need cwnnsnt In this notice. and can do Are Ihi bet because 'hey run a Krealcr variety of work that) any other sewing-machin- llhtr e. Lncllos of Lincoln County l&n. local time card. . ... pie. 33 Mail train going North..., South., " ' Express train " South.. 11 .1 ii North..., Lscal Freight North ....11 37 pm ir a Irae is about so minutes faster. t -South.. Th6 latter traina alio carry passengers. The above is calculated on standard time. Solar ...?P it si pn am ....31 ara ,.,030 pn QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Going North trams pais Junction City ns folo Vestibule starts 6 a. m. lows: Limited ; 35 p. in Local 1 top. m. Florida Limited 311.1 m South N O. Vestibule u iS p. rn. Florida Local 1155 p. ru. Limited in Vestibule arrives S n p. m. Blue-Grass Ves-Ubui-im Clue-Gra- ss M-Ba- king' i H Absolutely Pure der. Highest of all in leavening Latest United States strength. Government Food Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 Wall Street, New York. A cream of tarter baking pow- THE RILEY - HOUSE Kentucky, H ivti i P. B. RltiET.JProprlotor, London, 7J I hare moved to my new Hotel and am bettar ever to Srepared thanattached accommodate the public. and every convenience deGive me a call. sired. FRANK RILIV, VITAL HtKLfl&L TO MANHOOD. tit? afi'Wr Dn. C 0. WEST'S NERVE AND BRAIN TREAT tor Hysteria, Dizziness, Fits, Neu ralfiia, Headache, Nervous Prostration caused b alcohol or tobacco, Wakef nines, Mental Depression. Softening of Drain, causing insanity, misetr, decay death. Premature Old Age, Barrenness, Loss 01 Power in either ox, Itn potency, Leucorrhcen and at Female Weaknesses, Involuntary Loee, Hperrna' torrhoea caused by of brain, A month's treatment, IL 0 for 5, by mall. With each order for 6 boxes, vritt IS will send written guarantee to refund If not cured Guarantiee issued by neent. WEST'd LIVER PILLE cures Hick Headache, Blllounes, Liver Coaplainf oouraiiiiuui.ii, jjspepsia ana woiuupatloa GUARANTEES Issued ouly by Ml'.NT, a specific over-exertiHclf-abus- ' A. R.PENNY, Stanford, OR Ky. ..IF V0U ARE GOING NORTH WEST, ......THE. Loukvillc 4 Naihvillc R. R. If the line for you, as its Dally Trains Double close connections at Make LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGH T1CKKTS SOLD. I1AGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information enquire of JOES. MCE. Acent, Stanford, Ky Or W. A. McQUOWN, Trav. Pass. Agent, Junction C'ty, Ky o The first name and record given in each event are thoso of Centre College, tho ones following being thoso nf tho winners at Lexinctou last Fri day a good way to compare and boo where Ceutro would have been had she not withdrawn from the association: seconds 100 yard dash, Starling, 10 Won nt Lexington by Wallace, K. U 101, Cox, 0. U. 2d., Smith, Georgetown, 3rd. Quarter milo dash, Law6on, 51 seconds. Won at Lexington by Taylor, 0. U., 502-- seconds, equaling the time of Merrill, of Harvard, who won the great gamee, with Eastern Yale. Harvard, Princeton, Amherst, Columbia, I'nion, etc. Stevens, of Georgetown, was second to Taylor, followed by Frazier, of State College. Half mile, Cheek, 2:21; won at Lexiug-to- n by Taylor, C. U in 2:01, Cecil, C. U., 2d, Thomas, 0. U., 3rd; Taylor's time was 17 seconds faster than Cheek's, of Centre, and only 5 seconds slower than that made in the great eastern games laBt week by Kilpatrick, of Union College Notice, 0. U., won 1st, 2d and 1.59 3rd, in this race! won at LexMile race, Kendall, of it, ington by Cecil, C. U., 4:5l-th- ink beating Centre's time 33 seconds! In this race C. 17. also got 3rd place with Murray, State College winning 2d with Hill. Throwing 1GH. hammer, Pool, 01 feet 4 inches. Won at Lexington, by Blan- ford, 0. U., 93:5, Gunlack, 0. U., 2d, Stale College, 3d. Putting 10 H). ball of iron, Cook, 31 feet 10 inches. Won nt Lexington, by Blan-forC. U., 37:7, Gunlack, C. U., 2d Williams, K. U., 3d. Pole Vault, Smitl 9 feet; won at by Daniels, K. U., 0 feet 2inchee Swaugo, State College and Kenney, 0. U, tied for 2d at 9 feet 1. Coin tossed up and C. U. got 3d. Running r road jump, Holmes, 1:10; won at Lexington, by Daniels, K. U., 1S:11, Morton, C. U 2d, 1S:10, Green, K. lT , 3d. The above in every instance shows the records of Centre to have been lower than those at Lexington. The hammer throw of Pool, of Centre, 91:4 whs very good, but even that was 2 feet 1 inch Bhort of Blanford, of 0. U. In only one event did Centre exceed the records made at Lexington, that of the high jump of 5 feet 5J inches made by both Washington and Bates. This event at Lexington was not finished, on account of darkness, but 5 feet 2 inches had been cleared by all tho contestants, when the judges decided to divide the points equally among the colleges. In the tost; up for the 3 medals, C. U. won tho gold. Centre had no relay or hurdle race, in which C. U. at Lexington came second and third respectively. Had Centre been in the League with the records she made at homo last week she would have made even a worse show-Mashe did last year when she won only third place with IS points. The Advocate says: "Tho results demonstrated clearly that Centre did not field withdraw from the day because for a lack of plenty of good material." Well!!! Richmond Well! Well!! Register. bi-l3-- ICE, ICE. ... 01 R. Zimmer, UUiM.UK IN- - Are cordially invited to call at the St Asaph Hold and esamtnc the machine, as well as saru pies ef its work. Mc.MUKKAY BROS, i Stanlotd, Ky ij-t- DR. V. B. PENNY MUSIC. Hand lias been employed tar the A Theie will be dancing oeiy eriitnf ami bops every Fildav tveniiig. The grand spenit-- g ball Krlday tveuiug, June 15. L1NNIK1 TA SPRINGS CO., I'rept., Ti IAS Ri ham'-- , Manager. -t DcntlHt. vacated hy Dr. L Office South Hid o Ice I am new toady to deltvei manufsictuted from the Stanford Pactsrv . .to customers regular! e -. exery morning at ine raie at PER 10 sc iu smaller iii.'io lllM'REli IW.NU l.uisaml oer,aau lots, E lllir.MKU, Stanford THOMAS YEAGER. T,f run rV1 pd Main St., In F. recently lUHatau, Stanford, Ky. oe Fancy : Groceries, Hig'gins & "Watts, Dealers n ......... Do-mest- ic JAMES YKAGER. 5 Inter-Collegia- to YEAGER & YKAGER, TOT, TEED AND MINOR STABLE, Speclat Kates to Commercial Men SfiMi)jW -- CRAB ORGHARD r r r r r,jr :si 5Kt. Foreign and Candies, Nuts, All Kinds Stanford, - of Coal, Ky. . Fruits, Tobacco, Cigars. Headquarters ior almost anything When you want.a.nrstfor 2jC, Call nn lltm. , OU ARK.. ..I STANFORD, us a call. Nothing but turnouts will leave our stable. See us for rates. In our It jou need livery give ss first-cla- SEASON OF 1894 CraV CrnlBrd., I'iy. ot Crab RospGotfully- Invitod. I am just bsrk from the rlties with a large and well iclo led itn.k of MILLINKRV, which I will sell cheaper than ever Aim Laura Jartoe, a superior tnminrr Irom Cincinnati, hasengsced with me and 1 can suarrotre satisfaction in every pat titular. Call aad see my t;oods. HARNESS SHOP You will find a good assortment of Harness, Bridles, Saddles, Ac. Have jour repairing done by e have a our man he understands his business. mechanic in our BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee first class work and satisfactory prices Tiv our horse shoor. Agents for Deenng Machines, tl e lightest draft machine on earth. 5. 5:2-1- ; To the Public Nncc Its discovery by Daniel Itaoue nearlr a century or more ago the iiKsiuv vou want. Orchard Serine . hs Wen the Meicaof .... .. nesting . . lin us health and pleasure seekers. sur- waters, oronlc atmosphere and home-liaffordi to the euervated and claSS meal rwtHlinss.it at once del ilitated a Hope and a Mnitanum. The vlclmtv abounds with scenes tocharm the Painter and inspire toe IVet , -- ylvan walks for the ine Iver, enticwcrea I'nves torfor the light iiooiing-- , hearted, lhllUrdand Oancuii; Halls arid Hunting for the sportsmen. Uspecul attenis irhtn to the cuiilnr tion Terms moderate Prom $8 to J15 per week For further information, apply " .. . Gt.- - llOr MAM, I'ror 9 Crab Orchard, Ky ... I ... .MISSLICCIE 11F.AZI.F.V, Stanford, Ky, ke I vry R ZIMMER. Stanford, Ky. IMS- - D. 3. CARPE1TTER, VfoB Notice of Dissolution of At the well-know- n old stand ol J. It. Green, in BTJGCTSr TOPS. .Tor Car-naha- Hustonvillo, Has just received - a Kentucky. beautiful line of All kinds of Carriage and lluggy Tops, Dashes and Fenders Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. REPAIRED AND RECOVERED I'irst-cUs- s Call and see his stock and ret his prices which In are lower than anybodys ll you waut a Due set of harness, a whip or a duster Hinder Twine for sale iv'n a. to d, Lex-iugto- n. By mutual consent the partnership heretofore existing between A. C. Sine and J. N. Mcnefee will be dissolved on the first day of Ju ly, 1S94. style and at Sstlifactory Prices JOHN It DcNAKDI, Carruge Painter and 'Irimmrrj btai,ford Ky Refreshing Bath, Hot or Cold, A stjlUh Hair Trim or Clean ihav., (o fc Cook Fnrmor'a Dnrbor Shop. Tho Myers House, P W. GllKKN, Proprietor Accounts due the firm and notes that arc past due and not paid by that time will be placed in the hands of an attorney for collection. In order to disp6se of our stock on hand we will make special low prices during the month of June. We desire to thank the public for their very liberal patronage during the time we have been in business. Respectfully, Stanford, : : : n Kentucky. O'Brien Wagons Canton Chil'd Plows. FARRIS & HARDIN. Stanford, I am still running this Hotel and wilt cvntlaue to give my guests the points! attention as well as the belt the market aflurdt. pecial Attention to the Traveling Public. When you want a first-clais turnout coma to my LIVKKY STABLE. Prices to suit the hsrd times. at the Myers House Grace Call or leave order i SINE & MENEFEE. San Francisco. Portland. Ky FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD. KY. A "World's Fair Record. CHICAGO -- DR. S. G. HOCKER, DRUGGIST. The Drug-Stor- e Capital Stock Surplus $200,000 21,300) VI A- Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your -- (JomSVItlt,Nf.wAlBHT m CHICAC0 Rt 'var-"- " n - Drugs, School Supplies, Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, Liquors for Medical Purposes. School PULLMANSAND CABS. PABL0B ONLY LINE FROM LOL1SVILLE Inter-Collegiat- e RUNNING E. H. BACON, DINING - CARS. WRITE TO G The Best Goods for the Least Money, Call and see us. Attention of the public is invited to the fsc that this is the only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of th National Hank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital nock, but bv the stockholders' liability lor aa amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol this institution are secured by a fund of Jtoo.ooo. Five sworn statements of thecondltiou of the bask ara made each yearto the United Stales government and itsaiscts are oaraioedat staled time by government agenta, thus securing addilllooa snil perfect safely to depotitora. This institution, originally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford In iIjS, then lied as the National Itank ol Stanford in iSoj and again the Klrst National Hank ol Stautord in iS3, hat had practically an uninterrupted eilitcnceof is years Ills better supplied now with lacililies for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than rver before iu its long and honorable career Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully solic-tc- d. PA. D P. A.. K.J. HEED, Chicago, III. Louisville, Ky. DR. S. G. HOCKEE, Th.o Druggist. GO TO John B. Cattleman. A, G. Lanham St. Paul. Denver. ROYAL Insurance Company OP LIVERPOOL. BARBEE & 0 ASTLEM AJN MANAGERS, Mrmi ntisfiige. nn "Coflin," Haiti his brother-in-laold bachelor who roomed in tho apartment overhead, "if you'll let mo nauio Shortest and quickest between that strong lunged wido awako night a perblooming infant of yours, I'll buy ambulator for him, get him a unit of Only Direct Line between clothes when ho's C years old and niako him n present of a pony and $100 when Frankfort, Georgetown und Paris, OarliBlo, Mayaville, Cynthlana, he's old enough to rido. " Falmouth and Covington. "I'll do it" said Collin. Aslc for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains And this is how it happens that a run by Central Standard Time. young mnn with a wild hunted look iu Time Tab!. April 1,1893. goes up mid down tho his eyes now No. 7. No. 3. No. 1. EAST. TRAINS p. m. p. iu. a. m, earth trying in vain to escapo from tho 00 4 10 7 00 Leave Franklort A dreadful namo of Mahogany Coffin. 6 ,0 Summit 706 ' Chicago Tribune, Klknorn 7 ' 'J 4" 40 " Switrer 718 4" a ' 4 3s Stamping Ground-- 7 a8 Imprlxtiiril. ' Duvall 7 34 4 44 4 jo Mother That's Mr. Poorchap In tho 7 40 " Johnson 33 4 57 " Georgetown...B ...7 4 parlor with your histcr, isn't it? 3 00 3 03 7 SS " C. S. Depot 8 oS 3 o Small Son Yes. 3 '3 ' Newton 8 16 3 3? 5 at Ceutreville "Hum! I wonder what that poverty 8 so 3 45 5 3 Elizabeth 8 30 Btricken fellow thinks of that $40 bou- Arrive Pans 4 ou C 5 35 quet Mr. Richfollo heiit her?" 4. "Guess ho don't like it much. Sister TRAINS WEST. No. a. No.tu. No. 8 No .11 a.m., a.m. p lias been holding his hands nil tho oven-in- Lve Paris ....C 4 40 5 34 9S 3 S 4 55 0 15 Arr Ellrabeth bo ho can't hurt it." Good News. 5 ' Arr Ccntreville.... - 9 27 Arr Newtown 9" 6 4t Among t!i Freaks. 540 ArrC.S. Depot....... 94a 600 7 47 645 Georgetown B 1037 "I don't see why tho manager nlways Arr Johnson .6S n 47 J 00 Arr 8 10 6 S7 comes to heo mo when ho is drunk," Art "Duvall ..." i 830 703 ArrStamp'g Ground 11 00 growled tho Circassian beauty. 11 o 30 7 3 Arr "Ho probably thinks you nro a Btiako Arr Switaer n 7 7 f 9 5S Elkhotn " 33 77 33 99 5 charmer," suggested tho ossified man, ArrSumrnlt 11 Arr Krankfort...A who had been slighted by tho beauty. L. St N. A connects with Detroit Freo Press. B connects with Q. A C. and L. S. Ky. Midland R'y, Cincinnati and Frankfort W. H. HIGGINS, For Your Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Hose, Rubber Hose, The Directory ol this Dank is composed ot Koreitus Reid, Lincoln runty; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; J.W. Hayden, Stanford; S.H. Ilaughman, Lincoln; J. S. Mocker. Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; M. D. Kluiorc, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford. K. L. Tanner, McKinney; M.J.MIIlor, Mt. Vernon Cot-to- ij J S. Hocker, President; John J. McRoberts, Cashier; A. A, McKinney, Assistant Cashier. Iron Clad Hose, Reels, &c, Poultry Netting, Screen Wire and Fly Fans. Screen wire doors and windows made to order. Farmers BanMTrnst Co of,stanford,:ky., Ii now fully organised and ready for business Commerce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. 1 W. H. HIGGINS. will Paid up Capital of Surplus, . -- W. A. TEIBBLE, Local Agent, s s s STANFORD, KY. JF WIFT'S SPECIFIC J?OR renovating tin entire system, eliminating 17 n t) Lliittiu,, AUaiiu, cr Jick.unsUI.. KlorlJi. $200,000. 20000. T all Poisons from the Blood, whether of scrofulous or malarial origin, this aration has no equal. "For prep- 23 90 109 WHAT DOES IT MEAN? win ClaiiuuaU IT mllrs It rrnni thsl thoflnwn rial Crnefnt ITiiit. Is Clnrlinislt skertert u nn.l J..x!niil tluiilt. shortest Ntw(irlnst l" wit., .twruit iititllil!irtst( Iniinnstlto g . . gradually grew worse. 1 finally took S. S. S., and was entirely cured after using a few bottles." C. 13. McLemore, Henderson, Tex. eighteen months had an eating sore on my tongue. I was treated by belt heal physicians, but obtained no relief; the sort MWEI SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAX. I1ANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the sami assets and undet ine time management. Dy provisions of Its chaiter, depositors are ai fully protected aa aie depositors in National Uanks, its shareholders being held individually Uaole to the extent ol the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereol, in addition to the amount invested in auch shares. It may actaa executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully at an individual. To those who entrusted their buisinesi to us white mnaging the Lincoln National Hank ol Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their business with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years experience la banking and as liberal accommodations as are consistent wlt,h sound banking. SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS tet'.eentlleftli.al'flT. point'. Throosh Carstiv VUkiiri't8hrT-lK.rt-ant. (lulr line rmnin tl.rou.lt cirs i Inelsnstl to KneasllU and Jl.slfo via Ntw (IrU.oi or .vih.TilL. N. C. Iilrect lio. to I tola InUt 111. vl ahr..purt. Aik kt.cts lat toon to rtlfurnU. hh.lbyvllU oJ La.rvnc.burii.Jlntt ruuacvtluu i. maJ. t LtllLjwa t rJl pvUt. South. ,ilfc ,..UUM tiata. q niSEAIUO.V. Ccb'1 Paii'r Afcat, Cladaaatl, 0. J.J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; i m DIHBCTORi: A Unlvenml Fulling. TREATISE THBSWirr on Blood and Skis arsciric t.o, Atlanta, free. "What's old Swizzles, tho millionaire, looking so ploased about? Ho just lost $10,000 in stocks." "Yes, but afterward ho managed to got a freo ticket to a 75 cent Bhow." Chicago Record. G. C connects with K. C. SUNDAY TRAINS. Leave Franklort 9 00 a. m ; qeorjretown 10 00 a. .j m. L.ve Georgetown 10 37, ainvn P'Th'e Kentucky Midland Radwayand connec-tion- s form the shortest and cheapest route to all pointa South, East, North and West. their For further information apply to Pass. agents. Agent. C. D. BERCAW, Gen. GEO. B. HARPER, Gen. Supt. Ti. ..... k QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. d S. II. Shanks, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S.J. Einbry, Stanford; J. B. Owsley, Stanford; J. F.JjCaih, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanford; A. W.JCarpenter, MllledgevllU, Ky W. li. Cummins, PisachorivilU S, H.'.Shsnks, President, DrJ.'tt. OwtleJCashier, W.M.Urlaht, Teller. ;i,)VK -- i ...TE