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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894061901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxi f. CRAB ORCHARD. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. j Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. JUNE 19. 1894. -Wat-kins. NO. 32 sot hf ni( that I wni afraid of him. I LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. knew he had n reputation as n danger- Crops nntl gnrilcna need mm very Fllnchum Discharged for the Killing of Next Monday will be county court much in this virinily, 'oii8 man. HjH brother-in-latold me day. The wnrm weather !h briiit'iK Kiictita . .. miismciHlliuil WOUHl 01 mo Mr Itnv u .1 Messrs. Charley Xorria nnd Clay lu to tlio Springs rapidly. Tho upunitiu Hamilton have opened a lino of furniMT "t',, hop of tho season is Tuesday night, lUth. ftt, te.tlfll about Wat-- ,' ture in the 8 room next to the ki'18 "m-at.b" Mrs. Curry and son, of ilarrodalmrg, 'Jnt.. ! against th.ee or four , . , The coons had full sway Saturday. wio amur ,1,1011, in which Fllnchum was included. up with John Itrooka hii1 spent a cnimi 7 . ni.4. db.-i- i limy organi. mi yt, wo can few days visiting bin mother, hIio returneither by implication or name. It ap- They had a big pnrade in tho forenoon ed homo Saturday. Mien and Mr. Pow- noi give lull particulars until we have peared from some of the evidence that and picnic nnd game of ball after dinnor. further information. there was a letter in WalkM poseeeion, Tho Stauford coons boat the Lmiottstore ell nml Mr. Jone, of Stanford virinily, Mr. Xoali Snow, living near Keely's said to hnre nre visiting the Misww McWhoritT. Mios been written by Flinchum, about three or four Miea Iieulah Davie, of Kiohohwville, Dorcas Andaman, the beautiful tlaiuMer Gp, called on lie the other day ntUMt I'ouneetinK him vith Vm( kins' domestic of Mr. Will Anderson, returned from iK uo to correct a rtaternatit made inqur tronltles, which upon investigation the is the guuet of Mies Carrie Wott. Hr. GH)ntown Oollrge to ltr hotn iienr oorreepoudence of Jun 8itriu regard to decease' had decided to be in ninchunid and Mrs. J. T. McKoberta are vMtlHg the reported Maiult on Mr. Bleeden, the hand write, would have Healed hie doom. Mr. K. 13. McHoberla. Mr. Sam Harris, Prtchrilie, 1'riday. Dr. W. J. Ih in Kichmoud on buaiueM. Dr. peddler, on the It jJliog Fork the Satnr-da- STr witonaaea were introduced in re of I.oukville, is visiting hie parents on previutiM Me Uttw that he .ind his gard to Watkiita' I. S. Itardetto ha moved from Hrmlhond reputation, the burden Stanford street. .. ,, E. A. Pa$co, who lies boen runin company uithS. T. ol which wag that he un h remarkably to Crab Orchard and rental Mr. J. il. ........ oodnon, were riding down the llrad- - clever man to hl friends ning the Miller Hotel and restaurant, Carson's house. Wo now hare six doc.or those who fordaville pike at the time elated when ' did not crosa him, but very dmgerous maiio nn aseiiiiiment to It. II. Tomiineon tor in Crab Orchard. - wey overtook the eddler, Hidden; that when arouiod from any real or Imagina for tho benefit of his creditors. Assets Mayor John M. Hrtvoks, of Middltaliabilities about ;2, 100. An inboro, with hi wilt) and lady friend, Woodnon stoppwl and wauttnl to buv ,. n ry bad treatment. While n number of unit nt nlnrliuu f ....... n... i n oompose a pHrty at th Springs. .MM' """ """' l" pemiier, wiuie witnebsea testified on each side, many voice of tho stock line been taken nnd Hettio McFall, who npont tiio winter in iie ami hi uncle, John ltead, pawd on wore not examined. After conclusion the btmiuess will be continued until the to their deetiti-itiobelow; that they had of tho evidence, Hoyle Stone made the stock lies been closed out. Hanlstowu, Ih visiting her uncle, Mr. W. Tho court of appeals has overruled M. Stuart. Miss Wlide, who lias been nothing to ilo with tho mistreatment of opening epeecli for tho defense clearly gtuat of Mum Allie Moore for aevernl Mr. Illeedvn, and that tiiey were not defining tiio law and reviewing the evi- the motion for a new henring in tho contho tested election case of Uronddus against weokq, returned to her home in I.ancah oven in hearing when tho pistol shot dence. W A. Morrow followed in of tho prosecution, commenting on Mason, and Mason will hold the Iposi-tio- n tor Saturday. Miss Lottie Dillion at- unnrire.1. Ho also statou that no writ of clerk of the circuit court for the tended tlie Liuuieltu iiop Friday nighf. was imed against him and his uncle tho law In tho case and citing decisions but they were only summoned n full term. "Keg" is a gentleman, n good of the court of appeals applicable. Mrs. Green, of Danville, who wns en Ho in the case. Wo link o this cor- thou dwelt on the evidence, route to visit her fattier, (J mi. Uarrard, giving some clerk, kind and attentive to lawyers and litigants and popular with tho people of Mancliefiter, stopped over u few days rection in exhonoratiuis' Mr. Snow and scorching criticisms on part of it. Geo. his relative from blame with tho generally. Ho belongs to one of the E. Stono followed with a strong plea for with Mrs. J. IS. Carson. Mrs. Charles beet families in the county and has of pleasure, aa we believe his version the right of self defe Itedd, Jr., in viitinir friends at Living- ise, stated the law OI lll ,u,,llr' " ,,L'l"K a ax wo have and elaborated one of tho cases cited by juat causo to bo proud of his ancestry. etou nml Mt. Vernon iCev. 'lownsetid, l'r Judge Hem jiiiill and family nnd Mrs. OP3S3NTS crXJJSTS X 1 JEL of Louisville, preached intorestinK eer- - iIKll,i',,, corroborated by some of his Mr. Morrow, and concluded by making Friday, Sat-- "t',hlor belore Mr. Snow called upon strong points on Watkina' reputation as Tuttle spent Sunday iu Crab Orchard. monsot the llartist church ED. F. OWENS, Proprietor. y u hen we have done par-i- n dangerous man. County Attorney Kev. C. M. Iteid leaves for his western unlay and Sunday nights. J. W. James U3, Godbey closed with n short but neat homo this week. Mh,s Oweley.of Durks-villin Cincinnati on liuslntwi connected lil'rt lJ8tico by wrongly informed is the guest of her cousin, Mies El,,orl8 uko ,uuro in correcting speech urging tho necessity of enforcing hisdistlllery. his iindvnttood that ! ltan ,n w'tlnj: unpleasint tiling. the laws. Tho judge after a brief sum- len G.Ortalev. Iter. It. It.( West, Washl'rof. Smith, of Ohio, will have chargo of 1'" e inn not jcet the account directlv from mary of the proof, decided that tho public pchool hero next term. We there was ington City, is hure on a visit to his paHleiHlen but got it tho best wo could not sulHcieut evidence to hold the de- rents. .Misses Lydia and May Frank nre lnd to nee Mi3 Ixiretia Hardin, who are visiting Mies Mnrgniet Mason. Miss handed. Itis possible that Mr. IS's fendant and he was acquitted. has been so aeriously ill, able to ride out. Mertio Wilds has returned from a visit Because my friends trade with me, for which I appreciate and thank head wbs much disturbed and somewhat Hope oho will soon bo restore! to per mem veiy mucn. i don t know a bettt way to get your trade than to Stanford. mixed and failed to give a clear Miss Allio Wallser, of MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. feet health. r M... ni:i.... to get of everything. rvirKsvine, is thf f.iioat v. It m also stated . " .'Di VllllUIJ 1I....I.I ..luiouiki, nuuiitwirae, nun ,uss Ml' j.uiiM f.......l.. . AtlderHOn that Uleeden's hat was not on his head CHURCH AFFAIRST Q-OOID- S Meacon, of Salem, Maei., were married when the pistol bullet was put through Klder Joo Severance preached for it. but was picked up off1 last week. Parson Jim -- From the class of lSiL the ground aud Elder C. K Powell, nt Sunday. held in Woodson's For j ou to select from. Mr. Morgan Chinn, second sou of there graduated a fellow known as "Parhand when he shot son" Jim .Ntunders. a title which was The people of the United States thionuh it. Col. Jack Chinn, wns wedded to Mi-have o or S3W,(00,000 invested in church probably given him because ho roomed dreat interest was taken in tho ex- Anuio Cnrdwell, daughter of property. with Old Crenshaw, himself a fit subject amining trial of Frank Flinchum before Card well, of Harrodbburg, Thursday. Sunday-Schoo- l Evangelist A.C. Hop- Judge Myers Friday for for the operation of the epirit under any A nice line of Dry Goods, Notions, Straw Hats, Caps. Fans, NeckGrant Haum, of Wooster, O., shot the killing of kins will hold lustitulea as followr. Dur Al. Watkina. aud instantly killed Millie Xtinmernian, all circumetances. It is impossible for wear, Suspenders Ladies' Vest Corsets, Hose and Shoes. French Kin, D.uivilie,'-1.-Junction City, Haum claims that the Jim to have been as wicked as "Cren." Cadies, Cakes, Bananas, Nice Fresh Butter on Ice and Groceries at Wolford Sword was tho first witueps his sweetheart. 'JC 25, Parkland, killing wai accidental, but others eay it Hml bo they called the former "Parson" Low figures for Cash. sworn for tho State. He stated that Al. Tho Southern Presbyterians lead Wat kins parked his house between just tor the sake of contrast. When 5 and waa not. every other denomination of tho bouth 0 o'clock last Tuesday morning. George 11. Maxey, nged 20, and Mies those two boys left college they left beHav in giving to foreign missions last month. ing heard that Watkins was going to kill Martha H. Snow, just sweet 10, both of hind them hero many warm friends who The ollerings were 12,71)1, an increase of Flinchum, lie quit his work and kept in the South Fork tection, obtained license have watched with internet their careers S ;351ovor May, W.J. sight of him. Saw Watkina stop before Saturday and will be married at McKin-uo- in life. "Cren" in soman hem in Vir addiElder Joseph IJaliou had four ginia, not a 100 miles from where Tate Flinchum'a house, was 200 yards away tions to his church at Mt. Vernon Suu- - at the time. It wassomu little Mies David Chenault, one of the Irvine has won a eeat in the .Legislature bit before day. Ho has never failed, except on tho hu BHW tho Uofomlant appear at his door. belles of the Bluegraes, was married to of the mother State, while "Parson Jim" ., . , ... ... Mav Sutidav it snowed, to have add itionb ... . .., .i i waa climbing up the ladder of fame with niDUDun ii kuu uaaii, ami aiKlus Col. J. C. Batchelor, secretary of State, at each appointment. equal progress, and eat in tho late Legisall from his horse. Two shots were Ur- - of North Carolina, nt Lexington. Her -- 1 he first Sabbath school was ins itu- -, ed A ho the fal,un boJ gown whs white moire, trimmed with lature of hia native State Kentucky-o- ne ted iu 1757. There are now in tho I n . Johll Frederick was tho only ono of ita brightest and most useful there seed pearls and duchess lace. leu aiaiea ii,vai aauoaiu scuoois, wiiu before him. Save Fre.h.nVL- - .nn ,iA. ., Kev. It. W. Bellamy, a Methodist members. The choice of an orator to S,G 10,000 scholars. Tho world ha nnd pick up something and put in his preacher in Tenneseee, married Miss Jen-ni- address the alumni of tho University Sabbath-schoo- l scholara. right pocket. Frederick said. "You need Allen, of Columbus, Ga., who an- luckily fell upon Mr. Saunders this year ChrisTho lfith and Jeli'emon-stree- t not search him, ho has no weapons." swered his advertisement for a wifo and and it waa the pleasure of those old tian church, Louisville, which will dedi- Ho felt something hard under his We can furnish any grade Bicycle at a price that will clothes came to his home to be legally joined. friends of other days to gather in tho cate its now house of worship next Sun- on his breast. They had never seen each other before University Chapel on Mondar night and day, was organized In March, lsoo. Kev. listen to one of the very beet addresses S-AVI- E John Frederick testified that lie wns tho morning of the nuptials. E. L. Powell will preach thesermon. that has ever been delivered there upon Watkins' brother iu law. Mr. Aitcheson Alexander Bowmar Lived 200 Examine our prices before making order elsewhere. See our Stock. Tho recent Central Methodist Con- yards from Fliuchum's. Bettio West, of the Versailles Sun, and Mies Mary a similar occasion. It was enough the India, reported standing iu his door, told ference at Allahabad, him that the Chenault were married Thursday at the style of tho true college orator toned 5o,llSfull members and probationers, deceased had ridden up to Flinchum's suburban homo of Dr. It. C. Chenault, at down by contact with the generality of 18,737 baptisms during the year, 72,120 door. At the ahot, she jumped back ex- Glenview, Jeilerson county. In following audiences met with in public life to gio GhrialinuN, 1,301 Sunday schools, 70,Mk claiming, "Lord a mercy'" He wont im- his brother Dan's example he has done conetaut interest to the discouiee. Not scholars and 2,S0,1 agents of all kinds. mediately to Watkins and picked uj his tho proper thing and we heartily con- only that but his excellent subject matDown iu Texas tho other day Sam keys, rule, and ter and free delivery compelled the adpeuktiilo lying on the gratulate him. Jones naked tho men in his congregation ground. Melviu Frederick, another Tho latest superstition is that if a miration of the audience and held its who could have thrown abtouont Un brother J. M. HUBBARD, A. 1VI., President. testified that he was sent girl takes the small bow which fastens uudivided attention during tho entire accused woman that Christ told to go tho night before by Watkins to Flinch- the lining of a man's hat, nud wears it discourse. Kichmoud Kegister. and sin no more, to stnud up. After um's hotieo as Watkins 4, 1894. wanted to bee inside her shoe, she will have a proposal Another lynching occured this week, arose on their pastern joints him. Flinchum reinseJ awhile Full corps cT Conservatory and Normal to go for the from tho youth within a month. The making 53 this year. It is superior true, as some An. Excellent boarding department School teichers. circulars courses in Literature, Music aao aud while they yet stood, he eaid. "Now reason that ho learned Catalogues and furnished on application. that Watkina had success of the scheme may bo open to urge, that lynching does not slop ciime, I want eery man aud omau in this made threats against him. Ho tohl question, but it is proving very destruc- but, but wo have noticed that tho same vast nudionco to get down on their knees Flinchum that he did not blamo him for tive to hats. fiend does not have to be lynched more 1 of tho biggest not going, if Watkiiis aud help mo pray for had threatened Nellie Grant Sartons, daughter of than once. A Xow Jersey telephone liars in the State of Texas." him. When he returned and told Wat- Gen. L. S. Grant, whose unhappy mar- girl died from eating two quarts of cherkins that Flinchum had learned that ho riage to an Euglishmau gave her and her ries and a quart of peanuts. Somebody - roR "God save tho (Jueen" is suug in 20 had made threats against him, ho said it friends so much trouble, is to try tho should have given her a few pints ou eat langunges. Was at Watkina' tho next marital lottery again, this time with Adwaa n lie. iug and posted the gallon her danger. Tho greatest tlsh eaten in tho world morning when he left. Ho gave to the jutant General Douglas, of Maryland, From Charley Meacham'e "Copywrited" Japanese. are the w itnesa his pistol and coat and who is nn soldier. It is column in Hopkinsvillo Kentuckian. remarkltUBsia produces 112,000 barrels of ed, "May bo Frank will not bo afraid of hoped that she will tlud iu this marriage petroleum daily. 1110." tho happiness for which sho sighed in Ashland, Wis. The famous retreat in New styles at lowest prices. Call and see. It is estimated that ono out of overy Betty West, who was at John Freder- vain in her last. She now has a daugh- northern Wisconsin located nn the WisISO inhabitants of tho V. S. owns orrideB consin Central Lines at tho head of the icks, stated that sho was standing iu tho ter a bicycle. Chequamegon Bay is a most desirable door nud saw Watkins ride up facing spot for ono to spend a summer outing, S'ictorin, tho performing lioness in Flinchum's house, and told John Fred- The Big Four Route to Chicago and The best inside wall finish; cold water process. St. surrounded as it is by the beautiful Wombwell'a menagerie, Now York, has erick, who replied Apostle Islands. Little need be said of that Al. had come to Louis. given birth to four baby lions. The kill PAINTS Lead, Oil Colors, Mixed Paint, Carriage Paint, Stains Mr. Flinchum. Watkins had his The 11IG TOUR route ha the best terminal fa. its scenic beauty and health giving qualmother and youngsters are all doing w ell. All place should Chicago on bo overriht hand by his side, could see Wat- cilities at Chicago. trackstrains enter miles of the ities. Thisthose figuring onnot resort for and Varnishes. Closest prices for cash. along six the Illinois Central looked by a is fast dis kins, but could not see Tho brass baggage-checthrough Lake portion MEDICINES Prescriptions compounded with care from the best Flinchum. Two of the Front, and lands the most picturesque magmfi. their next summer's vacation. The tourpassengers In the city, appearing. At a meeting of tho general Bhots were fired. cent New Central Simon on Twelfth Street aud ist will find excellent fishing and boating drugs and chemicals: Give us a call. W. B. McRoberts. Lake front. This station convenient to the baggage agents held in St. Louis last The defendant testified. "I am 3S Auditorium, Richelieu, Victoria and Leland Ho- at this point, and good hotel accommoresolution that card checks wero years old, have a wifo and S dations at very reasonable rates. For week, a the State and Wachildren, tels ind within two blocks ofthe South Side Ele- further particulars, mans, time tables. Cable Lines and bash preferable wns adopted. have known Watkins five years. I saw vated Street Railway. Convenient stops are also made and guide books apply to Jas. C. Pond, at Hyde Park, Street and Twenty, Wm. Peairs at Kings Mountain on Sat- second Street Stations, Genl. Pass:. Agt., Milwaukee, Wis. A Million Frlendd. urday, and ho told me that Watkins had Magnificent Vestlbuled Trains, Parlor Cars, A friend In need il friend indeed, and not leu Warner Sleeping Curs, I'm ate Compartment Buf. "Many of the eitirens of I'alnivilie, Ind, are than one million hue found Just luch a fnend in Bhot him, and for me to watch him, for fet bleeping Cars and Superb Dining Cars. No never without a bottle ol Chamberlain's Cougb New DUcoverjr for Consumption, Dr. King' transfer ncrosi Cincinnati to make connections. Remedy in the house," says Jacob Brown, the Colds. If you have never used this be had mado threats against me; that Cough and Your ticket should read via the RIG FOUR ieadng merchant or Prices lower than any one. the place. This Remedy has Kreat Cough Medicine, one trial will convluce you Watkins had Bald three or Route four more men tween to enjoy these privileges. Solid trains be- proven of o much value lor colds, croup and curative powers lhatithas wonderiatChest and Lungs. mall disCincinnati and St. Louis, with Palace whooping cough in children, that few mothers who Each bot- had to die. John Estea on Sunday told Sleeping Cars between St. Louis and Washington, eases l the Throat, wortn are wining to lie without it. For knew tle is guaranteed to do ail that is claimed or mon 1). C., via the BIG KOUU Route. mo tho same. When Frederick came The elegant service effered by the I1IG FOUR ale br Ur.S. G. Hocker, Druggist, Stanford. ey will be refunded. Trial bottles free at A. R. I'ennj 'sdiug store. Large bottles 30c and $t. after mo and told me that Watkins wan- between Cincinnati and St. Louis Is excelled by no other line. Night trains Four Blgr Successes. ted to see mo, I replied that I was afraid cars throughout, coaches of are composed ot new "Having the needed merit to more than make the latest improved I have Uo little grand children who are teethpattern and Wagner Sleeping Cars in service for good all the advertising claimed far them, the foling this hot summer weather and are troubled to risk him and would not go. Ho said See our Spring Stock of the first time. Day trains hare Parlor and Draw wioKfour remedies hae reached a phenomenal with bowel complaint. I give them Chamberlain's ana Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and it acts that if he was me he would not go. Af ing Koom ars llulTet examine inning Cars- and ale. Dr King's New Discouery, for consumpthrough Palace Sleeping Cars between St. tion, Coughs and Colds, each bottle guarantecd-Electn- c like a charm. I earnestly recommend It for Hitters, the great remedy for Lher Stomwas myself taken ter Frederick left, I sent and ROt a Rim Louis and Washington, D, C , via Cincinnati, with bowel troubles. and Chesapeake & Ohio Ry in con- ach aud Kidneys. Buckien's Arnica Salve, the with a severe a tack of bloody Mux, with cramps for self defense. I was in bed Tuesday with the'famoui "K. F, V" The Dining best in the world, and Dr. King's New Life Pills, nection of a bottle of and pains in my stomach, this reined cured me Within 34 hours I wasout morning when my little girl came in and Car Service extends through from St. Louis to w hich are a perfect pill All these remedies are Washington. For full iufotmation regarding rates, guaranteed to do just what is claimed of bed and dolus m7 house work, Mrs. W. L. told me that Watkins wanted to eoe me. etc., apply to nearest ticket agent, or address D, and the dealer whose name is attached for them Duncan, Hickman Co, Tenn. For herewith B. Martin, Gen'l Pass and Ticket Agt or E. O. wni be glad to tell you more of sale by Dr. S. C. itocktr, them. Sold at A I got up and told him I did not want to McCormick, Puss. Traffic Manager. stantord. W. L. Withers, Salesman. R. Penny's Dni btorc. CUMBERLAND FALLS HOTLL, It-,- .-! ittotuZZ0!9? '"" 'w"ii r " 'k' ltw post-olllc- e. y ataall..ull.lf ii-w, a , bo-ha- lf wit-nuue- ee -- oat-eat 5, '94. $ 0 WSEKc 1 j "ly s re-wi- th e, P'nre I MEET WITH SUCCESS. w;n:ir? boc-on- d state-mm- it I. -- -' TZHZIE I Gin-so- BEST J. I s or HSVE JUST RECEIVED C. 17-'J- 0, M, liT-lS- FLORENCE. y jQicrarT-ol- ? i ,,0,, o "2"OTT GOOD ZMZOIETIE'Sr W .H. WEAKEN & CO. Stanford Female College. Next Session Begins Tuesday, Sep. in-la- 1 McRoberts' Drug Store, WAUL 8 PAPER ALABASTI1TE I k 11 Thirty-nint- h WE ARE IN IT. 11 Disc Harrows, Geo. W. Brown Cultivators, Corn Planters. -. chit-dre- n 1 one-thir- d Ilon-aqu- a, Drug-gut- , Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, and Farming Implements. B. E. WEA REN. Jl)s,. Mkl - .Maj . The Senato voted to put wool in the free list. It is now said tho final voto on the tariff bill in the Senato will be taken the first week in July. Whetzel Wolf, of Cranesville, W. Ya., shot tho top of his head off because his girl fooled him. At Lynn, Mass., Sunday was the hottest known for years. Tne thermom eter registered 102 in the shade. The Hon. Polk L:ffoon withdraws from tho Congressional race. It is be lieved his retirement Insures the nomination of Judge Yance. W. .1. Edwards bu.U the bicycle rennr. nt I nf si inilo nt San Jose. Cal., do ing it in seconds Hal, 2 5 of n second lower than the former record. Six men, three of them Indian, have boon sentenced in tho Federal court to bo hung nt Paris, Texas, Sept. 2S. All convicted of murder. Nebraska has been visited by one of tho heaviest rains in years, the corn crop being much benefited. Kaln has also broken tho sovero drouth in Iowa. The number of lives lost by the mine horror in Austrian Silesia was 232. The mine is still burning, aud it will bo several months before work can bo resum- 1 1 hi One of the best known ladies of CinInterior Journal cinnati has joined the silent majority and there is great sorrow among the children, who were very fond of her. J use 10, 1804 Mrs. Pat Kooney, whose husband deStanford, Kv., parted this life a few months ago, has joined him in the great beyond. She VV. P. WALTON. was of unusual intelligence and during her levies at the Zoological Garden, she NOMINEES. DEMOCRAT!!! was always the ceilre of admiration and attraction. Mrs. Kooney was a monkey JAS. B MCRE.UtY Oil COXttHF.S. and not a very pretty one at that, hut For County udEe JaS.WALKKR CflVKNS she compared favorable in looks with O n COOPKR ' Cleric ladies who promethe majority " J. . PAXTON Attorney. .. nade Fourth street. ..T. D. XKWI.AND Sheriff Semi-Week- ly e Write for catalogues and entry blanks for the Stantord Fair to E. C. Walton, secretary. of Garrard, bought in the West End a small lot of butcher cattle at 2 to Jjc.' Tho Grand Prix do Paris, tho richest racing event in Franco, was won Sunday by Baron A. do Sshyckler'a brown colt Dolma Baghtche. G. W. Coffey, of Orlando, Fin., bought of Winston Bowman, of Casey, a harness gelding for $225. The estate of P. T. Gentry, of Boyle, sold to Nelon Morris 1SS export cattle for future delivery at 4c. James Green, owner of Saladin, 2: 05, pacing, s.iys: "I oxpeot my horse to go in two minutes before tho neuson closes " Directum 2:051, Ariou 2:07J, and Kremlin 2:07) are some of the fast ones B. F. Kdblneou, GREAT SPEGIIIIi SBLE I Gicat upset in prices nt the Louisville Store commencing on ' Atsesror Jailer E f). KUNXEDY G. W DKItORI) in the dress that are being worked on the Terre And Fnding Saturday night, June 23, iSy.. Any thing Haute track. goods or clothing line for warm weather wear, especially in Lawns, Arion, 2:07L hni nearly a wore of Dimities or bummer Clothing, you can find it at the Louisville btore new foals this spring dropped for him, for less money than ever offered before. We will quote you a few and being out of great datim they ate prices to give you an idea how pi ices are running at our store this much admired. Payne, near Warsaw, last week week: 200 bolts of Indicro Hlue Calico, iust arrived and will be put J. J. The present Congress doesn't deserve gathered 1,250 quarts of strawberries oil on sale at 4c per yd. Come and get you a Lawn Dress this week, much praise taking the Senate and the half an acre and expects to realize at the per yd. while you can get one at 4c per yd. lilcach Cotton House together, but the httle it is entirate of $150 an acre. was drunk. dozen whale bone 5c When Philip Moran, who dozen kid curlers 5c tled to is cheerfully given. It has HoodA Gallipolis, O., man has a rooster I lair cutlers 10c. ed the statue books with fewer laws than pointed a pistol nt his daughter to pre- that has taken up with a horse and fol- 4 papers pins 5c. going to n picnic with her lows it through the fields day after day Not many fathers are able to offer, usual, the number to date being So pub- vent her from Harvey Curtis, tho young man and roosts on his buck at night. their sons 3400,000 to abstain from in- lic and IS private laws. Let the Senate lover, occurred in Now The abbattoir of the Central Stock toxicating liquors for five years, and give us the Wilson bill pure and simple shot him dead. It Transit Company, Ht Jersey City, was there are almost as few sons who would and the fame of the body may yet go York. The 23 tramps who captured the destroyed by fife, the total lo?s being not sell their birthright for a drink, after ringing down the corridors of time, inAir Line freight train with tho intention about $300,000. One man is missing. they have acquired the baleful habit. stead of its infamy. Time to give Dcrbys the slip. Straw hat time has come. Nice one of invading Louisville, have each been At tho Lexington Fall trotting races for George Crocker, a California millionHon. Walter Evans will bo selected sent to jail for 00 days by Federal Judge tho futurity, for three-yea- r 35c, latest style. Will cost you 50c or 75CC lsewhere. olds, will be aire, provided in his will that his son to lead the forlorn republican Allen, at Springfield, 111. the most valuable stake ever trotted for, should be given S400.000 for each five hope in the Louisville district, the priThe old Liberty Bell has been taken worth from $2S,0lW to $30,000. The toyears that he let liquor alone, nnd last maries having endorsed him for Con- down from tho place where it has been tal entries are 431 for the 11 stakes. week he Btepped up and claimed the first gress by a vote three times as great as suspended so long in Independence Hall, The match race between the pacerp, payment, with satisfactory proof that he two competitors combined. He is a Philadelphia, nnd placed in a handsome Macot, 2:01 and Sxladin, 2:06 j, which was entitled to it, got the money and hii Summer coat and vest for 25c; a better one for 50c. Mohair and pretty good man, but he is as cold as an equare pavillion of oak and glass. will occur at Belmont course on the 'JIM, started on the second round for $400,000 iceberg, and freezes rather than warms Both the republican and populist atcoats and vests, $2, $2.50, $3, S3. 50, S4, $5. These suits arc is being looked forward to witn much more. the cockles of the hearts of the voters. tempts to upset the democratic appoint- interest by lovers of the horse. made from strictly material. During the sale you get regular Miss Paulink Mahkiiam, the actress The oilice of Concreesmnn will have to ment of Illinois have been frustrated the Mr. Joseph B. Walker, near S14, Si 5, S16 suits for Sio. All S10 suits cut to $7 and S.oo. Some is suing a firm in Louisville for 10,000 become appointive before he will ever supremo court holding with tho lower urg, bos sold his slop cattle to Sisuits cut to 5.00. Hoys' suit and straw hat for joc. damage sustained by reason of a fall into serve a term court that they had no jurisdiction. mon Weil, of Lexington, for export an excavation in a street, by which she A. K. Sutton, tho Louisville whisky copies from the There were 210 in the lot, averaging The Courier-Journabroke one of her beautiful limbs, and forger, was sentenced to 12 years in tho pounds, and the price was Ijc. Interior Journal, and credits to it, a penitentiary, but it wns suspended for was laid up for a long time. Miss Mark-haThe Keenes, having found out, to paragraph on Messrs. Crnddock and Hopgive hia lawyers opporis said to possess one of the most paper printed from the two weeks to their sorrow, that St. Leonardo is no this beautiful pairs in the country and if they per, which tunity to file a bill of exceptions for an ap- good as a race horse this year, have put Louisvillo Times, unintentionally with- peal. shall be introduced as an exhibit in the out credit. We refer to the matter for Investigation shows that by a system him in stud at thiir farm In Fayette. STAXTFOMD, K"ST., case, the jury will find in full for her several reasons, chiefly, however, to give of blackmail, the 3,000 policemen have There is not a better bred racer in the without leaving the box. That is if it is devil, who edits one of the best pa- collected, in one year, it is alleged, up- country. a representative Kentucky jury with the the A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprictoi E W, Leo sold at Latonia a yearling pers, his due, and to disown any attempt wards of 110,000,000 from tho keepers of proper appreciation of the beautiful. 'to steal his thunder, as loud as it is and as disorderly houses, saloons and hovels in by Faleetto, out of the dam of Louine, T. D. RANEY, Manager. to Baker ifc Gentry, of Lexington, for New York. K. good as it is. TnE agony is over and Thomas colt that Mack An excursion boat of harvesters off 025. A Ix an article on woman sutlrage, Har, Phelps, maBter commissioner of the the coast of Annagh Head, Ireland, was Fisher sold for $225 was resold the other Mercer circuit court, will be postmaster pers Weekly after a liberal examination throwing 110 persons into tho day for $2,250. Advocate. at Harrodsburg. There were eight appli- of the question concludes that in the de capsized, W. S. Wigham has sold to J. L. were drowned. sea. Thirty-fivman, J. mocratization of our institutions by en cants, including one M ill Pa., J. B. Carpenter Brannen his metropolitan stallion, Bryan, ntown, At K. Brooks, whom he hoped would cet it, largements of the suffrage we have gone of hia father. for $500. Mr. Wigham took as part paybest indorsed of fully ai far as the safety of the republic was hung for tho murder but Mr. Phelps was the His mother is serving a sentence of two ment the county right for Mr. Brannen's all having 11 of the county committee, will warrant, and that it is much more being accessory to the murder. patent canner. Bryan is the sire of Mr. all the county oilicera but one and 2S0 advisable to sift the body of voters by years for Lightning Btruck tho house of John W. A. Tribble's great show mare. patrons of the oilice on his list. Miss educational requirements and the like, Richard & Smith Gentry, of Boyle, Meuominee, Mich., killSmedley'a term expired Bome time ago, than to expand it by indiscriminating Anderson, near Hoamusaon, Peter Grenon and sold to Fleischman, of Cincinnati, the ing Peter but she has continued to gnaw the bone, additions. Dealers in thoroughbred colt, Lehman, Nelson Berkstrom. Two others were applicants fouebt over it. while the O'Ful-Io- n Ax unseemly contest is going on at seriously injured. Anderson had just for $5,000. Lehman is by Harry and out of Lady Koyston by Bay Asheville, N. O., between the widow of left the house. Tin- Thk Financial Chronicle, of New York, a canvasman with Dick. The Messrs. Gentry bought of J widow Senator Vance and his son. The Fred McKeoivn, in its issue of June 2d, gets after the railcircus in Paterson. N. J T. Huguely a suckling colt, full brother is a Catholic and does not wish the body 1 1 The Lexington Lender chums to have discovered indisputable evidence to settle the long mooted question as to Col. Crnddock'ance, which It gives at (0. We more, tlio' Bhould have guessed 30 ye Leader's word rs aro willinK to take the true as to age, but when it adds that the colonel takes a cold bath every morning before breakfast, we become a doubting Thomas of an unusually duhoua order-I- t is the impreesion, and in it we fully concur, that it was the colonel who made the remark in all, seriousness that he always took a bath once a year whether he neeJed it or not. woman's eullrnce in the populist convention, was met at the depot on his return home, taken from the sulo ot his wife, clothed in a Mother Hubbard and h sun bonnet, and marched through the streets before a brass band. It waa doue by the friends of the women screechera and at their instance. Kansas is n mighty good State to emigrate from. With such women on deck, the Plutonian regions would bo preferable. At Kingman, Kas., an editor, who op-nos- ed MONDAY, JUNE 1894 3c C la O T H I N G all-wo- o Al-apac- I.nw-ronc- el l 1,-J- m LOUISVILLE : STORE, two-year-o- ld e tv KTKINNEir & SCQCKER road commission of this State for what advocacy of a reit terms its especially on coal, and duction of rates, calls upon the people to express themselves emphatically againsi the narrow minded policy of trifling with railroad interests, particularly at this inopportune time, when great harm must result to the State. Washburn's irfl 11 ; t ' i. ft I V fji ji press. This cause u submitted by the parties upon ot the their agreed statement on file, question in contro and upon t r i!'h!.i. ersy and ot the facts on file, and on the motion ul plaintiffs for writ vit elsewhere, making rl mandamus, notice of which motion was waived 17.000 beiua at work Catlettsburg Democrat, while his father, ington, costing $20,000. Is The by the defendant, and the court being advised the Hon. T. D. Marcum, was holding the Inthat it was it was Edward Miller, aged 10, committed it necessary to abandon the strike. oi opinion, ana so adjudged as the duty the dians down in the far West, has been ap- suicide at Shelby ville, Ind., because he miners at Pittsburgh, Wheeling and Bra- legal countyo(court defendant ihe judge ot asked Linfor election to order coln zil have airreed to return to work, but in by plaintiffs in their petition to said defendant, pointed postmaster at Kilgore, where he "was tired of living." and that plaintiffs are entitled to the remedy and Ohio the men Bought recently found a wife. by their motion; their motion ts therefore The Kichmond and Danville rail- Borne towns in Illinois sustained, and the writ ol mandamus is awarded Morgan have voted to continue the Btriko. road was sold Friday to Drexel, against W E. Vernon, Judge of the Lincoln Tub Louisville Times gets John Miller & The Kentucky court of appeals wilj Court, by which he is coinn auded at the next Co., for $2,030,000. ol the Lincoln County mixed up with his brother, Will, which terms of the court regular term order book of his court Court to en an order di The turnkey of the Mt. Sterling jail hereafter have three ter upon the John is a pretty is quite unfortunate. September term will reeling an election to be held in and for the city shot and killed a former prisoner, whom in each year. The directing the Sheriff of Lincoln ot Stanford and decent sort of a fellow. We have been beein the 3d Monday in September and to hold an election and open a poll therefor him. in wild city, for trying to send Will to that other institu- he claims had threatened the at each of the voting places 01 tne legal voters the 85 in- end the 2d Saturday in December; ot The June grand jury returned purpose of taking the sense tion at Frankfort for life, since he served begin the 1st Monday said city upon the proposition whether or not spirwho keep dis- January term will ituous, inous or malt liquors shall be sold, barcon- dictments against women bis sentence in the constitutional in January, and will end the last Satur- tered or loaned therein. Inasmuch as, by reason orderly houses in Louisville. at vention there. day in March, and the April term will of the retusal of detendantto make said order apJohn G. Blair, of Nicholas county, the regular term of saidIscourt when plaintiffs said Monday in April and end plication was made, It now too late to hold prints an alleged was nominated for Congress by the re- begin the 2d Tue Courier-Journelection on the das designated in tho plaintiffs' On the and day of June, 1894, the last Saturday in July. petition, picture of itself, in which it is represent- publicans of the Ninth district. comply sher ff same teim The contest for the selection of an and at therequirementsenable thelaw, thatto the said of the Lyons, formerly with the Fanny with the ed as a young and beautiful woman in a name for the new summer election should be advertised by him at least two robe de nuit. We have always heard Wilber Opera Company, was seriously nppropriate before the day of election, the defendant is resort, consisting of four caverns, tho weeks commanded In his said order lor said election to her referred to as the "old lady on the hurt in a runaway at Lexington. and Ohio fix another nnd later day as reasonably near the Thomas M. Bayne, property of the Cheaapeake by plaintiffs as will alford ample corner," nnd wo had an impression that day Kinnikinnick lime asked foradvertisement thereof required by located on tho for the her accustomed attire was a Mother-Ilubbar- d. of Pittsburg, committed suicide to keep Kailroad, miles south of Stone City, law. And tins writ ol mandamus hewlll in no wise Branch, 22 omit to obey." In obedience to the command In from dying with the consumption. 1.000 participatedi said writ as above fully set cut and it appearing William L. Stower, of Eaton, O., in Ky., in which over that the money to pay the expenses that appli"Oligo-nung- ," cants are by law required to pay has been paid The ropublicaus of Tennessee have jail awaiting his trial for forgery, com- was settled by tho selection of is ordered that an election be held court: suggested by Dr. Worthington. intothe city ofItStanford, Ky., on the 7th lay of Jujoined forcea with the populists and pro- mitted suicido by taking carbolic acid. in ly, 1S04 between th the hours tl j A. M. and 4 IV once free. Ho gets n pass over the road hibitionists and hope to elect the popThe Baltimore & Lehigh Koad, M. A poll to be opened at each of the voting places In said city for the pur;ose of taking tho ulist nominations for Bupreino judges. to Dolta, Pa., has from Baltimore sense of the legal voters of said city upon the They are doubtless reckoning without been sold to J. Wilson Brown for $250,- FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. proposition whether or not spirituous, vinous or dem-ocrat- s, malt liquors shall b sold, bartered or loaned 000. their hosta, however, for Tennessee 20. therein, the result of said election to be certified -S- tanford Fair, J uly 19 and Kentucky article, are into and returned as required by law In the election Mrs. Obadiah Leak, of Deleware, O., like the This is Johnston's, 2:001, 14th season of rounty ntllcers. was burned to death in her effort to resvincible. The following officers are appointed to hold said election: cue her little child from a burning build- on the turf. II. K. Ilruce Voting Precinct, is taking a ing. For Sale. 100,000 tobacco plants Wearen, Judges, W.No 1. I. M.clerk, J. and Jonts Miss Madalink II. I'euny, L. on the Miss Carrie Buah was drowned in J. F. Cook, Rowland. sheriff. cruise for health and pleasure Precinct, No. a. A. G. Eastland and I. For Sale. Yearling Durham bull, H.Votioc EnKFeman, judges. J. R. Hales, sherifl, C. L. lakes, but she is not doing it on Willie the Kentucky river. With several others, Carson, clerk. Breckinridge's money. Ho hadn't paid she was boating, nnd but for the heroic 000 pounds. W. H. Murphy, Stanford. Vntlnir Precinct. No. t. I. M. Hail and I. K. Owing to the great drought in France VanArsdale, Judges, Joseph Coffey, sheriff, Wm. $15,000 the court said he owed efforts of Jack Sewell, all would have her that and straw 124 Severance c leric. GEO. H. COOPKH, Attest: her, up to the hour that .we went to perished. Miss Bush bad jUBt gradua- hay has been selling at 140 Clerk Lincoln Connty Court. ted at Lexington with high honors. ton. al it: was found to have a well developed case of small pox. As he was sleeping in a car with 43 men it is more than probable that the disease will spread. Daniel Brock, of Borden, Ind , from poverty, killed his wife nnd seven-year-olboh, and then blew oil his NEWSY NOTES. own head. The three bodies wero found Five persons in Pittsburg suicided in Thursday, side by side, in n rude pen Brock had built to keep the hogs irotn The London Echo says it is possible one day. them. Lord Chief Justice Coleridge, of Enfor a republican to beat Gov. McCreary While digging n trench through a in this district, which only gave Cleve- gland, is dead. hung at Atlanta cellar that had been excavated at Johns We are told Frank Coleman was land 1.S0!) majority in 1S92. town, Pa., and then filled up by the Hood, that with God all things are possible, but Friday for murder. ill- An explosion of fire damp killed 150 a narlor car that waa lost from the wo do not believe that like Sut Lovin-gooday express on the Conemaugh, fated the Echo man is a natural born miners at Karwin, Austria. It is believed twit tur-thA Settle club has been formed at was unearthed. darn fool enough to believe that the search will unearth bodies of per election of a republican in the Sth dis- Lexington with a membership of 00. sons lost on that train. William Walter Phelps, Judge trict is at all probable. President McBride, of the United to Germany, died at his home Kentucky editor will hero-afte- r at Englewood, N. J. Mine Workers' Association, confesses Another of money, 4,000 edit postal cards instead of a newsA memorial chapel for disabled Con- that the order was out paper. J. Fletch Marcutn, who ran the federate veterans is to be built at Lex- men having deserted in Tennessee and to be buried in the family lot with his first wife, who was a protestant. So it has been buried and removed three times. The son says it shall rest in the place where the father designated if ho has to appeal to the law. to Lehman, for t750. A Washington paper cliuniH to have discovered n plot which had for its object the destruction of the Capitol and perhaps other government buildings by Groceries, Hardware. Queensware, and Woodenware, Fruits, Candies, Vegetables, Cigars & Tobacco. 4 Goods and prices guaranteed and delivered promptly free of charge ties-nernt- ft d the anarchists. ORDER V. OF ELECTION. d, er Lincoln County Court HelJ June n, l8y, Hon E Varnon, Juilce, I'rul.lmc, A copy of the Judgment of the Lincoln Circuit of W II Penny ami other Court in the aninit W. K. Vailion. luilce of the Lin Writ ul Court, upon a motion for coin County servday of Juae. Mandamus, naion the judge afurciaid by hit ed upon the delenJant puurou ui uu accepting same, tne awarding the writ of mndmm, I IU words and figures at follows, tof wit. Lincoln Circuit Court. V R. I'cnny, and others, I'lns. ce !, W E Varnon, Judge of Lincoln Co. Court, Men. i djtncnt. ii Neckwear & -- TRUNKS, VALISES, STRAW HATS SUMMER- Underwear - AT - H. J. McROBERTS. ;ia Receiving His t GOODS. call. SPRING AND SUMMER -- Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give me A NICK LOT OF- - BOYS' CLOTMG At Half Price for Cash, To Close Out Stock. Pollard per J. K. VANARSDALE. jSHE--. premiums and good accomoWk have it from good authority that FnrriH A Hnr-di- dations at tho Stanford Fair, July 10 and Mrs. Eugenia Dunlap Potts, will get her 20. galaxy of beauty for the July number of 9 Ky., - Junu 10, 1891 Stanford The Crab Orchard opening hop will oc- her Illustrated Kentu,ckian from that Want a watch? Wo bavo them and home of beautiful women, Hustonviilo. now is the time to buy. They were nev cur to night. Stanford will be liberally No" is tho time to subscribe. represented. E. C. Walton, Business Manager er so cheap. Danks, the jeweler. That must be done, and Ciiicuit Court. Tho dam.igo.8uit of Wk want your trade. Anything and Ske our elegant line of clothing for Gillispio vs. Bnstin k Collier, for" cutting MEANS BUSINESS. men and boys; also now lino of pauts at everything in tho jewelry lino can be timber from bin land, on trial when our jo weler. regular price. H. F. Jones A found at Danks, the s Buy your Hcliool booka nnd school last report closed, resulted in a verdict Son. ol nil kiudH at A. It. Penny'tj. H. II. Danks, tho jeweler, has on exhifor $500. A similar suit with Tim Rout Watchiw, clocks and jewelry repaired Tub Lonisvillu Times s.iys that John bition a gold and silver medal, designed as plaintiff" and Tim Hardin as defendant, Our stock of Dry Goods. We are and warranted, luigravinv: a epecinlty, .Miller deserves banishment for writing and mndu by himself, which ho will oiler was called and tho jury sworn, at A. It. IVnny's. but dieTub largest stock of Drum, Medicines, thu letters that be has under thu namu of aa a special prizu to tho bicyclers at tho charged till tbismornintt. Tho jury hung rurlutnery, ralntH and Wall Taper at "Happy Jack." coming fair. in tho cibo of Henry Turner vs. AnderA. H.Fenuy's. l'cbcriptiond a special son Carr for wages, which the defendant ty. The K. of P. lodge nt Somerset will The weather has been a little less torthis morning and Destruction follows every article it touches, You celebrate tho 1th of July by having rid for n few days nnd Sunday night a uimmeu nau ueen pant. The court was say times are hard and money scarce and you must practice rigid not in session Saturday. PERSONAL POINTS. racep, sack races, potato races, etc., nice little rain fell here, which did not economy to get your Summer goods. Now if you want help, At n school entertainment Rice y extend very far. Predictions for thunSuit. W. F. .Mi Ulaiiy hm beoii sick nt their fair grounds. struck little Cosby Green and his der storms were made for last night and for several days. mother sued him for $500 damageH. The Suit. W. F. McClaiiv announces thnt for fair, slightly warmer weather J. W. Sam.ki: and daughter, of liar tho Teacher's case was tried yesterday with Hill & Institute will bo held hero rodflburK, was hero Sunday. The opening hop nt Linniettn wob McRoberts for the boy and R 0. War- Our Ginghams, Percales, July SO and continue flvo days. Prof. Javanese Cloths, White Goods and all J3. Waiidlu, of Somerset, liaH been W. 15. Lumley, of Hickman, will con- largely attended from hero and other ren for tho defendant, and tho result was kinds of light weight and light colored the (,'uost of his bout girl here. Dress Good must go. Those points, nnd Capt. Richards mado everyone a verdict forono cont. duct it. who have not bought are in the swim. We have a splendid stock Miftfl Annik Mkiisiion, of Kicbmond, of glad that ho came. Nice refreshments Laces, Braids and Lining Silks to sell at low nrices- - Ladies Silk is visiting Miss Clara Mersbon. One more lot of sample slippers re- were served and the dancing DEATH'S D0INCS7 was proMits, Hosiery, Gloves, I Iamburgs, all suffer alike. Ladies, Misses. Mn. II. (J. Ili'i'LEV and little cons are ceived, in white kid and canvaes, black, trncted till a late hour. A son of James Strinuer. need 13 visiting Mr. I)r, Hourigan in Marion. andGcnts Shoes are reduced andmust suffer with other things-tan, red, gray, Ac. Nice line of patent died of SatCome now and learn the real value of money. The axe is laid at Aunt Hannah Hallkncikk, a respect- urday. sunstroke, near Turnersvillo Miw. N. A. Tyiikk wbb called to Win leather pumps. It. F. Jones & Son. " the root and the stuff must fall. ed colored woman and a member of the cbestur Friday by the illness of her -- Win, Payne, father of Mr. John DurtiNo the Summer months I will largo family of Givens', died Friday afmother. Payne at Rowland, died at Preachers-villhave a class in vocal and instrumental ternoon of rheumatism of tho herrt. Mits. A. H. CiiHHONfl, of Danville, has of lung trouble, aged 70. He was a music. Parties desiring either will please She was a splendid cook nnd greatly good been tliu giu-n- t of her sister, Mrs. W. T. give me and highly esteemed citizen. a call. Theory and sight sought after by Don't forget that ourjClothing is sentenced to the same awful who Smith. The infant boy of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Mrs. Margaret A. Portman. kept her busy making cake. doom. Rkv. A. V. SizKMonK was oalled to Menefee, born two weeks ago, died yesTennessee by the serious illness of bis At the meeting of thu Kentucky EduNo man enjoys an occasional term as terday morning. Ho was apparently mother. cational Association at Danville, June juror moro than Dr. T. J. Hohon. He healthy and stout, but ho was taken with Kkv. and Mas. W. 15. Kllis returned Prof. W. 0. Grinstead will deliver lives nwny back in the back part of the spasms Sunday and bad them to the last. Saturday from n month's visitto relatives thu welcoming addret-- and Prof. Bartholwoods and being fond of mixing with They haJ named him Richard Cowan. IiiGIhhow. omew, of Louisville, will respond. Tho Mra. W. C. Whitthorne, tho mother tho thro'ig, ho makes the most of his time O. II. Hail, of Somerset, was up Sun- program is a varied one and papers will stories, we should say lies, of Mrs. Samuel G. Boyle, wife of the edswapping day with the family of his sister, Mrs. be read on many subjects. with congenial spirits. Stanford people itor of tho Lexington Transcript, and wid-o- f M. Hail. John the lato Congressman Whitthorne, To Hit i lists. Entry blanks to the are always clad to see him. Mits. Maiioahkt Na.ntk, of McKlnney, died at tho residence of her daughter, big bicycle races at the Stanford Fair, has bpen grnntml a Mexican veteran's One of the liut and best acts of tho Mr. 0. P. Cecil, near Danville. July 111 and Li), are now ready for diswidow's pension. court of uppeals before adjourning was Those contemplating enter- to Mifts I.kna Hampton, of Stanford, is tribution. Tho presentndininistration has saved nllirin tho sentences of Cope and Doo-laing in nny of the races will please advise vfoiting her cousin, Miss Pearl Ashley. convicted after many efforts in Pu- the country $25,000,000 in pensions. Assistant Secretary Joul T. Einbry, who Lancaster Itecord. Of tho 12,000 laski for killing an olllcer, who went to in New Mits. Ku WiLKi.NtON and little son aru will gladly supply them with blanks and arrest them for disturbing a religions as- York city, it is stated that no less than - For visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. rules. The races will bo run on n splen sembly, aud they will have to serve the 8,000 have served termB in the prisons. did half mile track. Moore, near Liberty. Mrs. Mary Phubo Smith's meetings too short sentences given them. Mewuw. 0. P. MooHKand W. K.Jones, at NealB Creek and Coffey's school house The gullible farmers in thu benighted The Caledonian Literary Society was have resulted in 51 converted or sancti of Wclchburg, bavo been visiting thu county of Madison are being victimiml honored with a largo audience at the fled. family of Mr. 0. D. I.'owell. by sharpers who claim to bo statu ollicers e Saturday night and tho ora Mk. W. T. Wkkklv and ilauj,hters, empowered to compel vaccination. They Bascom Crawford, tho embezzling tors, declaimera and others acquitted cishier of a Springfield, Mo., bank Corienno and Puttie, of Shelby ville, Iibvo scratch the arms of all the family, touch shot themselves handsomely. Hoth in bis himself rather than uo to jail and been Ruests at Uol. It. W. Haines'. await it with a quill of harmless paste, instead welcoming address and in bis plea for his trial. Haiiuv Giovannoli, tlie genial and of virus, and tax the unsuspecting 50 intellect in tho debate on the question, President M. C. Alford has issued a competent news editor of the Danville cents ahead. It will bo a long time behas the Greatest Influence, cill for a meeting of the Statu League of was hero on liU wheel Sun- fore it ran be chronicled that all the fools "Which Advocate, Heauty or Intellect?" Jnck Henzley Democratic Clubs, to be held at Lexingday. nru dead. proved himself equal to the occasion and ton, June 28. Mn. ANimitw Johnson, who has been Runaways. Mr. It. R Gentry's Toxas won many compliments. Tho other James Adams, a farmer near Richntteiuliug the normal college at Lebanon pony ran oil' with him while returning speakers on his side were Logan HughtB mond? was robbed of $1,000. The mon0., has returned nnd will teach this sum . Menefee, while tho side of ey was Btolen from under tho pillow upfrom Traylor's distillery tho other after and b. mer. heauty was upheld by Jim Heazley, W. on which he slept. noon, throning him out of his buggy and I). Kkllkh, of llarrodsbur llcsnv S. Hurch and W. II. Shanks, all of whom Tho American whaling bark James was here Saturday advertising the Mer- badly bruisini; him about the body and face. Mr. J. T. O'Hair's horse became dlil well and showed tho elevating and Allen has been wrecked in Bering sea. cer county Fair which comes otT nest frightened at a train while passing Row- educating effect of membership in the The captain and the first mate were week. drowned aud others of the crew are Mas. 15. C. Walton and Lucy Leo are land the 8!io afternoon and also ran society. The judges, Prof. J. M. HubWe expect to mail one to each of our customers. bard, Dr. I It. Cook nnd W. H. missing. seeking health at Hales Well. Mrs. nway. Mr. O'Hair is badly hurt anil will decided that tho advocates of intelMayor Tyler, of Louisville, notifii d Lottie Holmes nnd others will join them be laid up some limn from it. lect had presented their side bettter and Gen. Kelley and his army of tramps, The reporter to the dailies from Rich- decided in their favor. The declamathat they would be treated liko other Miss I5saik Hum it went homo with mond is somewhat of a liar himself. He tions of Ashby Warren and Will Hock-e- r 8 if they invaded his bailiwick. Misses Mangle nnd 15va Hucbanan, Fri- tells of a cyclone that visited the Doyles-villwero excellently given aud the music Good. day, and is still with them at Crab Orsection in Madison that lifted fences by Herney Fish ami J. A. Mudd was a Tho Agricultural Department has chard. from creek bottoms to hillsides and tore pleasing feature. Mr. Thomas M. Owsissued a circular indorsing a proposed Mim Jean Buchanan passed down up large sycamore trees, landing many ley, editor of tho Cyclone, rend his edi- National Road Conference, to bo held at from Crab (Jrcliurd Saturday to of them a great distance nway, while hail torials and personuls, which both en- Anbury Park, X. J., July 5 and 0, and to visit her sister, Mrs. J. A. stones ns lame ru goose eggs fell, almost joyed nnd amiiHod Wo commend to urging tho attendance of persons interdestroying tho corn nnd other crops. his careful and prayerful perusal, howested in tho needed improvement of tho daughter, Somo of tho icicles wero so largo anil fell FiKi.tin Thurmond and ever, tho latter part of 2 Kings 2, that country's highways. Miss Helen, of Stanford, are visiting his with such force that they cut through Water Bottles, Olive Dishes, Salad Bowls, etc., in new and elegant he bo warned of tho fatu of tho daughter, Mrs. John S. May. Somerset oak board rood, if tho esprit do corps of the designs. We have also a fine selection of imported NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Paragon. e robbers have been unusu- profession can not deter him from tiring Mu. F. F. FiiKMdir, is hera Belling the thu shafts of his wit ngainst the beardally energetic in tho Willow Grove Kncyclopiedia Itritannia for the o of latu and they bavo without less cheek of a younger editor. The He looks like a twin brother ol program was greatly enjoyed and I will givo $ loo reward lor tho arrest ami conmolestation succeeded wonderfully well Al Warren. the society deserves congratulation. It viction or the parly or panic who burned my Mn. Y. G. Fiikkman, late of this ollice, in making tho feathers lly. A marksman imokc houie and granary ou the nijht of Jua will meet every two weeks at thu tame 15, 1S91. writes from Taylor, Texas, to bavo his hereabout, who with a rillo killed two It. II. MtOVAUGH place. We want you to call and see these goods, The prices we know Crab Orchard, Ky. 33 paper changed there, where be says he sparrows at V and Nj yards, respectivewill please you. ly, according to reputable Stanford witA Pleasant Occasion. Hon. W. II. is doing well. A. SHANNON, Miller celebrated what ho said was bis Mits. Matt Woodson, of Middlesboro, nesses, will happen in that neighborwho went with her husband to the Dis- hood one of these nights and by moon- o2il birthday Saturday, but as he gath- I a candidate for Constable in the Hustonville patchers' meeting at Chicago, is now the light hi tho tirst pop will diminish the ered urouud his festal board men whose Precinct. Election November next number of thieves materially. ages averaged 7o years, it is possible be guest of her father, Mr. 0. J. Crow. was "boys together" with them when Mn, T. K. Saltkii, who left hero a Lancasteh is inhabited by one of the they trod thu primrose path of dalliance year ago and has spent most of thu time biggest aud warmest hearted people on three score years and moro ago. He had There personally appeared belore me, justice of raising cotton near Hen Hill, Ga., has re- the globu and it has nlways been a William lor invited 17 of tho oldest of bis friends in of the peace in and Rifle Lincoln county,Keynolds, Wright, Ur James and Millon turned, thoroughly satisfied that there is of deep regret to us that it should parlies are thu county, but only nine responded, who state on oath that theyon the (arm of who no place liko Lincoln county. A. C. the have been left high and dry, awny oil" on valued the cow, an estray , $4, 54.50. $S 55.50, 56 and $9 Leather Bottom, Rocker tho others sending their regrets, naming Dunn, The said cow is a speckle1! roan, about 10 My Mi:s. Julia F. Dunn, of Wichita, Knn-sa- a side track. They do not Beom to worry years old; she has the bush other tail off; she Leather cover spring edge coucher, Parlor Suits. various axcuses, but wo suspect they will wcih about 950 pound. They furthermore arrived Saturday to see her father, especially, however, over the stiuation, did not want to bo eighteen dolher caught in such an old state that they regardcame as worth Dunn's, April to A. C. lars, $i8.1 Said cow Mr. J. N Craig, nnd other relatives. Shu but look on the bright side and live in crowd nnd have W. A COFFKY, J V. L. C. their ages given away. 13. 1S04. is looking unusually well. At present hope if they dio in dispair. An example Mrs. Miller, with her accustomed capafibo is with her cousin, Mrs. Fnnuio of this is given in a remark to us by Capt. "Wo expect to etriko bility in.tbat line, had had prepared a Win. Herndou: Green. I have the most complete line of Bed-rooSuites ever handled in Bumptuous dinner of lamb, bam, cbick-uMit. Mahckllub Hiiyan, Jr., of the oil in boring the artesian well and by Stanford. Solid oak suites from 5i5 to S6o. Walnut and natural vegetables, cake, ices, cotleo, Ac., Madison County, 0., Democrat, is with tho llrat of thd year enter thu ranks of cherry, book cases, hall trees, center tables, combination desks, sideand thu tablu presented a tempting apMr. Ouarles Creitz and family visiting at tho 4th class cities, leaving Stanford in boards, dining chairs, window shades, curtain poles, mattresses and pearance as the old men ranged around Mr. A, 0. Carmnn's. Mr. Hryan called the cold." Did ever before such hopesprings, pictures. I am headquarters. The bottom has raveled out it and bognn tho onslaught, after Mr. J. on us Friday and after putting the thumb less hope spring eternal in thu human of prices. Picture frames made to order On Wardrobes you can It. Warren, tho oldest, and who occupied screws on him wo elicited thu confession breast ? tho seat of honor, had asked thu blesscount 25 or 35 per cent otTof past prices: Large French Plate Mirthat bo is in Kentucky for the purposo Fire. The meat house, granery and ing. Tho good things wero discussed rors so cheap that I will only sell one to a customer. My prices are of inducing a pretty girl to make the coal house of R. II. Hrouaugh at Crab with ayidity, amid conversation which no secret but they pay the freight. Buckeye State her home. Dreeder and shipper of Orchard was burned by an incendiary at was as animated aa if tho participants 3 o'clock Saturday morning, who was woro aa young aa they uaod to bo. They CITY AND ViniNITY. evideutly mad because ho was thwarted aeemud to enjoy tho occasion thorough- Thoroughbred Duroc Red Jersey Hogs. Fair, July 10 nnd 20. St.vneoiw in his desire for meat, Mrs. Hrouaugh ly uud loft feeling oven better towards having had of it removed since old mau Miller than the good will they Tics from registered stock for sate, from the best Tbade with Danks, thu people's jowol hearing of most my in Ohio aud Illinois. Call and the many stealings. Tho had always entertained for him. The herds or address R. II. Dronaugh, Crabexamine Orchard. herd er. bouses were substantial buildings and names and ages of thu diners are: J. R. The squirrel law expired Friday and tbero wore about 100 bushela of coal in Warren, 1)0; Win. M. Lackoy, 78; R. H. A. S. from now on "bunny" will see a hard them. Mr. Hrouaugh was confined to Woods, 70; Jaraea Dudderar, 7o; D. W. Well Selected, adds 25 per cent, to the beauty and finish of a home. SURGEON DENTIST. bis bed with n sprained ankle, but see- Vandeveor, 75; G. W. Hrouaugh, 73; time. My stock is sure to please you in ing the light and supposing it was his Wiu. Burton, 72; John S. Bosley, 71, OfGcoover McRoberts Drug Store in the new Owsley Uullding. We keep dinnur seta in stock and boII residence, leaped Stanford. .'out to fall helpless. and Col. T. P. Hill, variously estimated you any piece you want separate. Mc- - His tenants and Jneighbors camo to his at 05 to S3. Giving him tho benefit of Kinney & I locker. ! assistance and did all in their power to tho doubt, however, and placing his ago Lobt, a pair of steel rimmed spectacles save the property, and to them Mr. Hro- at 05, tho years of tho nino aggregate A full stock cf Guaranteed Mastic Mixed Paints, Alabastine, Var- Please uaugh is very grateful. Tho raids of the 078, an averago of 75J. All except two At our Fruit Farms and Nurseries one mile West nishes, &c. with short gold chain attached. midnight marauders are getting bolder nro democrats and all took "sugar' in of KingiyiUe, Lincoln county. We have as fine a return to J. 0. Hays. stock of Fruit Trees as any man ever handled, and more numerours nnd the good citi- theirn" but four. The other gentlemen ready for transplanting nto orchard and garden and Peaches will this Kail. E. A, Pabcok, tho Lancaster confec- zens will have to band themselvea to- invited woro George H. McKinney, John be assorted Orchards of Apples $10 per hundred. to suit customers at baB made an assignment. Liabil gether for protection. trees are nice, the varieties the best. Everytioner. Mr. Bronauch Buchanan, J. M. Reid, J. A. Harris, The needed to make home attractive and the Before Spring Cleaning. thing ities are about f 2,000 and assets about offers 1100 reward for the incendiaries in Sam Dudderar, Sam Reid and J. M. children happr will be found here. For circulars address I J. A. McKEE & CO., another column. $2,400. Hail. Kingsville, Ky. 64 Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Onk sample White-leat the low price of ;75. binder for enlo LiUEitAi. n. THERE : ARE : SOME : MM low-pric- one-ha- lf ed sup-plie- ONE IS TO REDUCE USING THE AXE lu Roy-nlt- to-da- y. TO 1 1 e read-ingfre- e. house-keeper- s, Come on With Your Cash HUGHES & TATE. '27-'J- a n, Look : Out Our w -:- o-morrow.- saloon-keepe- rs court-hous- Circular Be of Interest to Ton. Hig-gin- s, to-da- y. vs-gra- e mVlEKAMOE 8 & BOMo Ual-dema- n. CUT : GLASS I : sport-maker- s, Hen-hous- Courier-Journa- l. neigh-borhoo- d en-tir- $100 Howard. After Dinner Cups and Saucers, DANES', 53-50- POSTED. The : Jeweler. sub-fe- et Don't Fail to See B, Baby Carriages, $5 to $20, n, H. H. Bronaugh, W. W. WITHERS. : in PRICE, WALL PAPER Fruit Trees For Sale DESIGN, QUALITY AND PRICE. HAVE VOXJR REPAIRING DONS A. H. FXXT2TT, Druggist. , )4 Semi-Weekly K t Interior Journh As AT " A'STOTaY. Bucfiln'sArnlca Salvo. We are Pabllahod Kvory Tuosday and Friday fjJ3 63-Wh- PJ2 VJBAU IX ADVANCK not so paid 32. SO will be charged." 6 OR 8 PAGES. SVER3T PBIDAY. When necessary. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Tram leaves Rowland at 7:0a a. m., returning you niovo your chair away from tho door? I can hear you so much hotter. Every ouo is talking so. Tutter Certainly. Woll, they were Pinkerly-Wou't groom Miss I'our Hundred. At 0110 of Miss Pnikcrly's evenings. Young Tut tor And that reminds mo of n story I heard tho other tiny. Miss Pinkorly Oh, how perfectly charming! I always lovo to hour your stories, Mr. Tutter. Tutter This was about n brido and It Is Sometime Told by Members of the The belt aalve In the world chap-peOrel, ulceri , lalt rheum, fever handi, chilblains, corns tion!. It poiitively cures piles, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to ipve perfect satisfaction or money refunded. I'rica 5 cents per boa. Yet sale by A. R. Penny. Stantord, K: for cuts, bruiien Ladies, Your Attention, Please. d torei, tetter, and all skin erupMy Stock of Mllllnory - 4 authorised to anno e iiou. jas. 11. Mccreary G. D. SMIIJBY iiijXjinsrEiiBr i Two doors above I'oit-OlUc- e. A candidate for Repretentatie in Congresi, subject to the action ol the Democratic party of the M.I. K.ghth Congressional Pi.trut ot Kentucky ."inVpreiry .u. slylish. luha Stitt.of Cincinnati, to trim for me S le is a lady of much experience and taste and Is sute to eiveKatiifaction. An examination of cosds MRS. I'OKIK T COLRI's. 10 Ii a candidate lor Justice ol the Peace In the precinct, subject to the action ol the demucntic jmrty. t ..! II .... Aiwa, s on hand T haWened .1 la aMlit.at At sat The Nobicst and Nicest Goods? Can be had in the martet. Prices lower than the lowest Mournlnc Roods a specialty. Call and examine before bii) lug MAllY DAVIS DUDDERAR. Mrs. Kate Duddrrar, Manager. Stanlurd, Ky COMMKkCIAL BLOCK Itus-louvtl- le When When When When llAhy ww sick, w ruto hrr CattnrK rtie wns a Child, sho cried for CanorlA. she becauvo 31k, sho cJun to Distort. she had Children, she grvethem Contorla. Linnietta Park Springs, Junction City Post-Oiiice, I.. B. AO1.1IS, Is a candidate for Justice ef the Peace In the precinct; subject to the action of the democratic piny. e TheDavis Verlica! Fcod Sswinj Machines Are the nOYLECOtNTY, K . OPEN JVN'E 1ST, 1894. ot y 1 rem-ed- a machiae. bet became 'hey run lighter and can do greater variety ofwoik than any other sewing The l W '"l&n. local time card. Kail trttn going " Cxpreii train " Cabal Freight North South South . ......11 37 pm . fill tl II North .9 36 a la ao;pm ' South carry passengers The Utter trains alio Thi abave it CAlculated oa standard time. Saki (raa it aboat to minutes fatter. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. rorm ...... it jt i3I' pm 3730 fa hi M- Vesfbule itartt 6 a. ra. tibulo Limited ;.u p. in Local t:io p. m. Florida Blue-Gra- ss lam: Golsr North tra n- - pas Junction City a lol- - Lirmted a ra osliivile 11 3 p. m. South N O Local 11 55 p. tn. m Lttalted Vestibule arrives S 40 p. m. i please. I was troubled with Some time Hero comes Miss rheumatnut. fO mod Chamberlain's an atrsck Pain Halm The LiBtiletta Springs Co fairs pleasure ill anSummit. Oh, Maud, I am so delighted and was completely cured. IliacMiicc ndxlied nouncing to its patron and the public generally tills popular remrt and have that they have tny Irtenda and to seo you! I was so afraid you woron't many of all speak highly customers to try the of it. Mitten Coldbauin, placed the mansgemant in ctwiRt of Capt. Thomand whoM proverbial politaas and atMock as llichsras. coming. You know Mr. Tutter, I be- San l.uis Rev. 0I. For wile bv Dr. S. G. tention msuies pltwureand cimfott l It guast. lieve. Ho was just ontcrtnining me er, DruRRUt, Stanford. The culinary ipartroet u'tll be ussdar tb tpc rial charce of Mrs Sallle RichatsU, wlMss with 0110 of his most delightful stories. ate too well hoon in iMat caaadiy to Pray go on, Mr. Tutter. need contmeat la this awtlct. Tuttr Well, as I wrs paying Miss Piukerly I wonder if sho MUSIC. No, 1 know knows Mr. Panhandle, ly to dellvi milctuie ira A sroast Hand has beta eaaptayad tar saw aaaaaa. she doesn't. I mut introduce them. Ircm theSlanfosd Factory tocustuttMt riiilrl 'Ihi will be dancing try ercBiac ad special . every Tht grand epantssf mcn.ltJif at the rate cf FIFTY CKN'Is iGroes and retnni. ) Really, you nnut eerv llL'NIIKKK POUND LOIS and over, and hups Friday Friday cveniu-PER tttnlng. ue ij. ball onrtlon ma, Mr. Tutter. Prny go' on, at ;c in smaller loi. I SPRINGS CO., Praaa , I.INNIK1 on their Miss Pinkorly Ladles of Lincoln County ltd ICE, ICE. -- qaaii-ficti..- R. Zimmer, -- Are cordially invited to call at the ft Asaph Hotel and camine the ms blue, as wellassam pies of its work Mi.MUKtjAY IIKOS, t Staulurd, Ky lj-t- DR. W. B. PENNlr DEALER : IN- - Dculittt. Office South Side Main St., in ofbee tacently vacaitd by Or. l.ee T. Ht.ltman, Sl.nfor I, Ky. lo V UKKMSK, Sla'loru. Fancy Flotid.s. Utae-Gra- ss moon, and thoy came to a Miss Pinkorly Did you hoar that, Mr. Tutter? That girl in tho othor room says that Charlie Singerly is engaged. Woll, I never thought ho would be, and to Daiy Yellowgold too! Tutter (politely) Yes. It is rather funny that he is. 1 heard of it yoster-daMiss you. Oh, cerTutter (gritting his teeth) tainly. Well, they were on their honey- Ti R11 M . Manager JAMES YEAGER. THOMAS YEAUKR. YEAGEE & YE AGEIt, LIVES!, FEED AND r CRAB ORCHARD r Groceries Hia'ains & Watts. Foreign and Do- All Einds of Goal, .Dealers n. TUIfilH HAILS, Special Hates to Commercial Men. STANFOHD, KY. us a call. Nithiac but II you need Inory first class turnouts will leave our stable. See us for rates. la our ia:c:m7iiTX . v mestic Fruits, Candies, Nut, Tobacco, Cigars. Headquarters for almost anything you want. When you vantaTirst' Stanford, YOU Ky. AKl y. glf oris S3S.S.S03Xr OF X88 Rospsotfully Invited. I am j'isl '.a. V from tin a iarte ami well srle. ted st ck ( MIl.l.lNKRY, whuh I will Hill cheaper than ever Miss l.auta Jarl.oe, a tnmaxr Irom C'taciimati, hasenfacd with me and I can (narrate satisfaction iu rery Ji-llcala- r. (all aad sec ray iraods. 'with Pinkcrly (reproachfully) And you never told me. I am surprised at L . Miss Pinkorly (still listoniuK) I'll claSS IllCal lOr 2$Ct Call Oil 111111. forgive yon this time. But your story. You mustn't forget that. Tutter un, 110. Let a see, Uli, yes. They camo to a tunnol, and when tho A cream of tarter baking powder. Highest of all in leavening train got through it Itoom They say Stanford, Ky. Girl In the Other Latest United States she has had her trousseau ready for six strength. Government Food Report. mouths. Just fancy! Tutter Tho groom turned to tho ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., brido and said, "If I had known that 3D. was such a long tunnel" 100 Wall Street, New York. old stand ol J. 11. Grtea, in At the Girl In the Other Room Do you 3$FQ9$. know what ho said? Ho said ho could Hustonvillc, - - Kentucky. All Vlndinf Carriage and fuggy Tps, Dashes have had any of us for tho nskiug. and ienxers Has jut received a beautiful hat ef Koiice cf Sisseluiioa cf Wasn't that nasty of him? F. B. RILEY.JProprletor, " Tutter "I Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. REPAIRED AND RECOVERED Kentucky. And sho said would have kissed you. London, - slle and at Sstifacfry Prices By mutual consent the partner- Call and see h.s stock and get his pri'es whi h In I have moved to my new Hotel' and am better Miss Pinkerly (in an undertone) DeNAkW. JOHN If you want a nue let are lower than anybodys Dreparcd than ever to accommodate the nublie. CatiiJh-- l'ai..ur ar.'t Trimmr Go on, Mr. Tutter. whip Good Livery attached and every convenience de-- Well, I never. ship heretofore existing between of harness, aHinder er a latter iaiMauturd Ky. Twine fjr tired. Give me a call. Tutter And then sho said, "Why FRANK RILEY. 77 didn't you kiss me, dear?" (A slight A. C. Sine and J. X. Menefec will 1 Tutter To tell tho truth I never thought of it. Msoufey Pure Tothe Public -- Sncelts dlscmery by Daniel You will find a cood assortment of HameM, Moon nearly a century or more ajo the locslity 'addlrt.A'i. Haeour repairing done by ot Crab Orchard -- prtngt has la Mntaof our man lie understands his bunnesi. Wc have a health aad pltasure Arakcrs With its hadltng mechanic in our home-lit- e sr- waters, oronlc atroowhere and rcumlinjs. it at once affords to the e. ervated aad SHOP. BLACKSMITH uoouuttea a nope ana a anuanon Ttie lclnitv abounds with scenes to charm the Will guarauleo first class work and satisfactory lk for the Painter and lli.plre tnc Poet, Sylvan prire Ttv ojrhorf-- sheer. Lottfr, eu.'jocril limes fur the weary lloabag, Agents for Dccnng Mathinei, the lightest diafl litlllanl and Daacmg Halls for the light hearted, machine on emt), and llunting lor the sportsmen. Kipiviil attention is given to the limine Terms moderate 1 rom i jer week Far further Information, spp'r to GlS HOFMANN. Pror i, Ci.h Or.harJ, Ky llrt-dle- s, HARNESS SHOP Crnli Vicin.r(., 1X. .M1SSL1CCIK IICA2LKY. SUstferd. K y. R. ZIMMER. tis 11 !i:W i I S. CAIRFEXTTER,, well-know- n BTJCG TOPS. s. ,ifS2 JJittll.h Wr S1rjj& vm a r -- . THE RILEY HOUSE " - vra rr A 8. haxe. go to Refreshing Bath, Hot or Cold, Hair Trim er Clean 11 e - II f, viJRsL La-iitn; paue.) .NEW I Mis Piukerly luiiy mnnyi thoy were? "Her IFF Truth. How aw- - ly, 1S94. And wnero did you say Oil yes. Ecl-ll.- be dissolved on the first day of Ju- Or. E. C. Wests None and Drain Treatment is sold under pos.tivo written ?imnntee, by authorized agents only, to cure Weak Memory; Lo of Drain and Nerv o Power; Lot Manhood; gulrkne;; Night Lose; 1U Drear. ; I.-- of Confidence, Nervonfuess; !e; n.t Drnhn; Lo of Power vt the Gcuorntlve Organ In either ox. cnued by You,,.'u "rror, or Excessive Ue of Tobacco, Opium " .r v'llch coon lead to P? ,:! Death. l)y mall, Stlter, Consumptj n, 91abox; GforfS: w 'h ' c.inratiteo tocureor lofund money. WEST ,iil'illf SVKUr. A certain cure for Couch. Olds-iumUroncnlti, Croup, "Whooping Couijli, hor Thru-itIMea'r.nt to take. 1 lVo. Mie, nuw!w.: c Small elze dlcoui!uu't' now Wc. (i LARA.. 1 1 Hi Usued ciUy by Zlclie, frl lu-u- - 1 fym Life. Fortumttc. "I shall not havo tho nervo to appear in public with you again," protested the maternal goat, "since those cruel boys cut off your whiskers. " The head of tho family pondered in silenco for several minutes. "Dearest," ho observed finally, "I havo been thinking of tho situation much and havo concluded that in view of tho unquestioned decadence of Popu-listi- c ascendancy this seeming affliction is a Messing in disguise." Saying which ho ato n circus poster with greater relish than ho had evinced for food in three days. Detroit Tribune, . A. R.PENNY, .IF Stanford, Ky. Accounts due the firm and notes that are past due and not paid by that time will be placed in the hands of an attorney for collection. In order to dispose of our stock on hand wc 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 Respectfully, business. O'Brien Cost Wagons A1TD. Cook ct Fnrmor's Bnrbor Shop. Tho Myers House, P W G 11 E EN. Proprietor. : : Stanford, : Kentucky. I am still running this a lletel and will cuntinuc to Kite mj guests il.r tulitist attenas well as the best the market alTwrds. tion Canton Chil'd Plows. PARRIS & HARDIN. Stanford, pecial Attention to the Traveling Public. When you wraat a firttKlati turnout came to my LIVERY STABLE. Prices to suit the hard times, at the Mjers House Ottce Call or leave older SINE & MENEFEE. San Francisco Ky FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD. KY. VOU ARE GOING., NORTEC..THE., WEST, .'I Portland. T World's Fair Record. CHICAGO VIA DR. S. G. HOCKER, DRUGGIST. The Drug-Store Capital Stock- Surplus - S200,000 21,300 Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your ( . 'J Louisville It 4 Nashville R. R. - the line for you.ai its at Drugs, School Supplies, PTJLLMANSAITD School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, Liquors for Medical Purposes. PAHLOR CARS. ONLY LINE FROM LOl ISVILLE Double Daily Trains Make close connectio.il LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI V I ;. For all points. YIIROUGH TICKETS SOLD. JOES. RICE. Ajent, Stanford, Ky Or W. A. McQUOWN, Trav. Pan. Ajrent, John II. Cattleman. I1AGGAGE CIIF.CKUD THROUGH For any information enquire cf RUNNING - DINING -- CARS. The Best Goods for the Least Money, Call and see us. Junction C ty, Ky A. G. Lanham ROYAL Insurance Company OP LIVERPOOL.. BARBEE&CASTLEMAfl MANAGERS, App.irnitly All Hump. WRI1E TO- Tho cyclist with an ambition to bo E. H. 11AC0N. D. P. A.. f.j. iiiir.n.o. pa. mistaken for a racing man rodo up to a Chicago, III. Louisville, Ky waysido watering trough, steadied him-EeDenver. by putting 0110 foot on it aud called St. Paul. out to the farmer on tho other sido of tho fence, "Can yon tell mo how far it is to tho next town?" ho asked. Shortest and juic. est letween "I can't tell which way you'ro replied tho farmer, "unless you raiso your head so's I can seo whero it's fastened on. I'm a leetlo nearsighted. " Only Line between Chicago Tribune. Georgetown and Paris, lf Attention of the public is invited to th. fac that this is the only National Hank m Stanford Under the provisions of th National Hank Act depositors are secured not only by th capital stock, but bv the stockholders1 liability lor ao amount equal to th slock, so that depositors of this initltution are secured by a fund of $400,000. Five sworn statements afthecondition of the Link are made each yesr-:.- '.e t'uited States government and Its assets arc eiamiaed at stated time by government agents, thus securing addititon and perfeit safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as the Deposit llaok of Slanlir.' la then lied as the National flank al Stanford In i6j and again as the I'ir.t National Hank of Stantord in iMa, has had prauually an uninterrupted ciiitcnceof 11 jcars It Is brttcr supplied now with Isolates for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before In its leug and honorable career. Account, of carporatians, fiduciaries firm, tud Individuals respectfully solic-te- d. ijj, DR. S. C. HOCKSR, Tko Druggist. -- GO TO- - Ky. Midland XVy. trav-elin- ," W. H. HIGGINS, -- Cincinnati and Frankfort For Your - Gorumorce Building, Louisville Aetata throughout the South. W. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agent, STANFORD, KY. Carlisle, Maysviuo. uyntmann, Accompnnlrd by Sfiunllt. Falmouth and Covington. "This," groaned tho wretched young via Kentucky Midland. Trains father, shifting tho wido awako baby to Ask for tickets Central Standard Time. run by Time TabU April 1, 1893. tho other arm and making tho turn at No. 7. No. 3. No. 1. tho northwest corner of tho room for TRAINS EAST. p. tn. p, in. a. m. time, tho four hundred and t 00 4 to 7 00 Franklort A a 16 pass in tho Leave Summit 1:0 706 ' "isonoof tho hnrdships that a5 Elknorn 711 4" night!" Exchange. 4 jS 140 718 Switrer " fifty-sevent- Frankfort, Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Cot-to- u Hose, Rubber Hose, Iron Clad Hose, Reels, &c, Poultry Netting, Screen Wire and Fly Fans. Screen wire doors and windows made to order. The Directory ol this Hank is campoicdot Forest us Kwd, Lincoln county j ; S. T. Harris, G. A. Lackey, Liacain; J.W. Haydnn, Stanfard; S.H. Ilaughman, Liocolu; J. S. Hocker. Stanfard; W. A. Trlbble, Stanfard; M. D. Eluiurc, Stanfard; T. P. I till, Stanford. K. I. Tanner, McKinncy! M..J .Miller. Mt. Vernon J s. Mocker, Presidcot; John J. McKobcrts, Cashier; A. A. McKlnney, Assistant Cashier. Moi-Aln- Farmers Rank&Trnst ofstanford,:ky Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - Co h W. H. HIGGINS. IT 109 Is now fully or jauiicd aud ready for business with $200,000. 1000. A 0 funny men, lu lines docs wit consist l'lra. B pimples -- ect up AND- :i! jRE-EVIDENC- Blotches eliminates it from the blood. I 4i'forces the poison to the surf L Ik. t- That the blood it wrong, and that nature is endeav orittg to throw off the impurities. Nothing is so beneficial in assisting nature as Swift's Specific (S. S. S) Is Jt is a simple vegetable compound. yet harmless to the most delicate child, p- - t. K. E Wi - BLr B2. t JU and r contracted a severe case of blood poison fcnat unfitted roe for business for four years. A View bottle Swift's Specific (S. S. 5.) cured sue. J. C. Jones, City Marshal, Fulton, Arkansas. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed S wirr Srscuric Co, Atlanta, Ga. um. this? Of aule old Jokes on servant glrla houbehold bliss? Too fnlr for On honeymoons that r,ulckly wane, Or Ice that mounts too high On mercuries that follow It? Shoppers v ho do not buy? On fond papas awoke at night By hunury cherubs' shrieks? On clrl who tear each other's fame And paint their fadln cheek9, Or say to men unheard of things To show that they are bright? On wive who run up endless bills, Or husbands out at night? On western ulrU' crass ignorance? Hub i;it'ls whoso lore o'erflows? On ItUhtnen with Up too long, And Jews drawn chiefly nose? On triuiipi with tattered nether clothei And most hair? On worst of nil the legal ma despair? And O Solomon, you long ngo llko Stamping Ground7J8 -- 7 34 Duvail " Johnson ....7 40 11 ...7 46 " Georgetown 7 55 C. S. Depot -- 8 oS ' Newton 8 ifi CetitreviUe 8 jo Eliiabetb 8 30 C Palis Arrive No. a. 4 jS 4 44 4 2 4 57 3 03 5 13 ' 3 a 2Q 3 35 3 00 3 3? 3 45 4 00 5 5 5 5 35 TRAINS WEST. Arr ElUabeth. Arr Centreville Lve Paris ....C Arr Newtown a.m. No. 4. No. 8 p ni. a.m., 6 5 54 1 No.ia 4 40 4 55 S WHAT DOES IT MEAN? iir4't t. l.rt.l SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS ArrC.S. Depot ArrJohnon Elkhc.n 9 5 0 tj 9 9 - 9 40 B I0 37 " f aj 041 6 45 7 j '9 '1 5 40 6 ... Arr Uuvall ArrStamp'g Ground 1100 " ArrSwluer -- m 7 l 47 53 6J Arr Fraukfut...A.. A rr Sunitalt A connects with I., " ..113 n S7 7 "3 7 3 7 ao to 30 9 90 oj '5, 33 It muni that th.Ouf.n snl CreiMnt float. Is It m!l. fatweca C'iiin.tl an I l.x.tftint namile. itiortv.t Cioelnnstl i mil-- . lliTte.t t'mi luultl t. Nw OrUani! lutull. Clucluuatl tj ChktUujvja, AlUnu, or Jiulionrill., 1'UrlJi. SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL. HANK OV STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same aisels and under the same management. H y provisions of Its chatter, depositors are at fully protected as aie depositors iu National Hanks, its shareholders being held Individual! Iiaolc to the extent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thcreol, in addition to th amount invested in luch shares. It may act as executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully n an individual. To those who entrusted their bulsinets to us while mnagtnir the Lincoln National Hank ol Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their busineu with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty yean' experience la banking and as liberal accommodations as are with sound banking. coa-siito- nt 7,a J.J. L. b. B connects with Q. A C. and C connects with K. b. i N. 35 00 a. Leave Franklort g 00 a. m; Georgetown 10 30 uklort ti m L ve GeoiBcwwn 10 37! "'v SUNDAY TRAINS. tetwetnallnf theatmr. jolnts. Thronth Car. tn Vltkit.nrr n, Phrf Onlr line runoin' ttiroa.h tari I'lnflanati ! hnxtilU aut AiheTllIc. N. C. Dirtet lino t T(uin,l JKsleu via N.w Hrleani sr tLi ShreT.port, Alk Mtntt atuut tuur. to Callfurola. Irum I...ulnllh. hh.lbrvillt and I.jwrrni.l.urK, direct runucitlva is miJ at LciluWa with tltulel traits Wall liitaw Suuth. VT. C. IIINU.VRSO.V, . tl Found novelty a hoax. Send down to earth, for public weal, A nan with brand new jokesl -- Hallo. 3o Vox or,.l """"' jjehcaW, Gen Pass- - Ajjent, D GEO. B. HARPER, Gen. Supt. ST 0a'l l'ais'r Accnt, Clnclnnstl, O. j i QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. v Williams, Mi. Veruon; S. H. Shauks, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S.J. Euibry, Stanford ; J. 1). Owsley, Stanford; J. F. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanford; A. W.;Carpenter,MIIIedgevilU, Ky W. II. Cummins, Preacherivill W. M. Bright, DtHZCTOHS: S.'H.iShanki, rreiident, Dr.IJ.'U. Ow!e,CaihUr, Tell.r.