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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894062201 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-Weeklvol. XXII. (l'strie "Once upon Cowed. Kdltorof I'ht Interior Journal. n y Interior Journaj STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. JUNE 22. 1894. NO. 33 CARRARD COUNTY. MIDDLEBURC, M LANCASTER, 1r Urns'" a lare 1 I'ain llahn rheumatism. 1 used Lhambcrlalu's and was completely cured. I hate since advised many of my Irionds and customers to try the rein edy and all speak highly of It. Miaon Ooldbaum, Sin Luis Key, Oil. Kor bale by Dr. S O. Mocker, Druggist, Stanford. fell hero Monday anil here the '2'An. needed, too. thiB 0 Thl Miihllehur,: cornet htunl will George T. Faris, "of Lanusster, is k P'y for the Mnioniu celubrnlion t Phil. with us again. .. m ..... .....v,., m.k ..inriici .MKHOHhauenc-- ; jjntunlnv Two of Wtstein horses wl ut hurial of .Mr. Wm. D.ivib at iJ.in-- i . ... j (v m w, . were landed here Tuesday morning. ' vl,h' Tiuwlay: G. S. l.ieculeaf, S. I). ,,,. ,.y,.L' .' , T i r " The 33 Sunday-Schooth Lauril "' county will hold a convention of London, W. Mill. r, !.,,,,. II. 1ml '0 IJH.M. J. W. Itly. in I"HI U J. Mort IUhwull, Mikej ,.,,.. ,, "., . " ' July L'O. ller, Jahe P. W. Sp,lt.,r . V,,o W 7" Shorill Jas. in Mom took Win. luis Umirau,. ?"' Stott to Stanford jiil last Wednenlaj for i -- Attoin.y J. C. William, and K A. "1 1 .. safe keeping. .. 1. . t 11. rib(mi nun iMirMiii.ieiBiiiiHiuig ait mines .1 """ U forge Durham nud l.em Mrs. Wallace Goll fell on the r God by ''"J h"Km in the latter' hutul over wont to J. F. Williams' store Monday and Dunville, Stnnlay, the latter to u"' wttleniHiit of a hill. T'.e lie pin,ed fiee hiH friend, Jason Colley, and the broke an arm. She w ill eue the tow u for m for hid mu. Williams National election, that henceforth the ."'"l $10,000 damage. ,e(,"lt'd tninugri a buck door and 110th-- foinier to tee Jason's sister. government should proceed on tne lineIt la reported that A. O Watkins Democratic chairman, Jno. W. Baa m,'"'a occurred, land reform. This wan the deliber. hold policies to the amount of 513.000 tin, has called a maee meeting to nomt- - ' Anderson Leavel and John Smith, ate verdict of the people given to the Uo '""H'ocp, had a diilluulty .011 tlie on his life, 51,000 ot which goes to his nate candidates for the various county leaders of the democratic party. nephew, J. S. Davif, and the balance to ollices on July llth. Monday niKht, in hioh Hevor.il hi- wife Few neraoiiii have even a faint foncep--'''"t- " The Laurel County Fair Associa and children. Hon of the herculean task of a revised "hots weio exchanged. .Smith received Wa.ntkd. A young man acquainted tion will hold its annual meeting Au. "KhUlili wound. Leavel waa held turill bill under the mom auspicious con- with the Poplar Hill country. Will pay gust 2S, 20 and 30 and don't you blue dltions. Hut the conditloim facing the l) the Kiaud jury and .Smith discharged, a trood salary. Must be of good charac- grass people forget it. The crack base ball team of Centre democratic party when the present 0ri ter and well acquainted with the byThere ban been a lot of thieving go eame ovui Wednesday afternoon grefi met made the pawMite of n revmed paths of that community. Apply to ing on about the depot for some lime, the Latieasten one of the t.trill uieafltiro extremely dill'tcult and nr-- ' "'"' l.tiin Allen. several cars having been broken open Tlie duous. Our representatives enuHged at l"uttnst caines ever een here. and goods taken from them. Last Fri- -' The Sunday-schoconvention here once upon this oneroid talk with a eotir- -' rbf0,e Ml001' s to 7 in favor of Danville. Saturday was well attended, the crowd day night Col Tom Taylor lost 513 worth T,lt' ,10lllu U0J l"t P titr game us being aKe, persistence and intelligence truly estimate i at from 1,000 to 1,000. of ginseng out of his warehouse, proba- commendable. Never probably in the ,)auv,l,e ,1HS ,,uo"t the best amateur The cornot band furnished music for the bly taken hy the game parties There history of the nation have men met with lt""" ' the State. occabion. A good dinner was spread on are two L. & N. detectives now here iu-- j Jne Mineral of "l ucle Sid Duncan," inoreHtuhborn or persistent opposition, the ground and everybody had a good abuse and niisrepreseiitHtion by the op- - 0,lu of our oldest and moat prominent -G- eorge' Wren, Lot Peid, Robt X Oar" time. 1O posing prty. Hut when and where bin colored citizens on Wednesday, thb 1'Oth, rier, Laten Moore, Doll Keid and Theo. A Sermon by a Nonagenarian. up by our own par Wil!' 'rgely attended and his loss is deep. been the cheer sent OWENS, Proprietor. Moran went to Manchester to attend the To the IMiior lutcrlor Journal. ty to encourage these representatives ly fel: by the colored people of Lunula bace ball game at Manchester Saturday.,' tend you a few thoughts on man as when the bend grew faint and the body ter. He waa an elder in th-- j Methodist church and a devout and consistent or when became from the plastic hand The game was played between the Msn T wearied'' Cowed1 Cowed' The great Chester and Barbouravillc Clubs and to-democratic party frightened out of its Christian. Ho was one oi the most high- of His tinker. The design of the Heav- suited in a victory for Manchester. Thou AA enly Fattier in making the world and wits, terrified, deiuoiahzed by the Imsc-le- ly respected colored citizens of the counwho attended from here are loud iu their TOHT?"? ty and was held in high esteem by the man, is as for his enjoyment, comfort and k'eers and taunts of its opponents happiness. When wo contemplate the praise over the kind way in which they j ,ccause people generally. Anathemas thick and fat are hurled by friends trade with me, for which I appreciate and thank Mi. litis llofmauti, the clever pro- - many blessings give.i by the Heavenly were treated. A dance was given at them vety much, profe-ionpoliticians upon the head of I don't know a better way to get your Daugh White's Saturday night. trade than Orchard Springs, was Father we are constrained to wiy with Mr. Cleveland for his acts prompted hj ' l,r,,,or oI Ur to get employe.! naif a down the Psalmist, "Lord, what is man that the purest motives and highest patriot- - lu'rH Don't Like Ihe Joke. (To the Edilorof Interior Journal. ism. Our great leading Journals vie with hoys an w alters. He also employed Mr. Thou art mindful of him?" &c C3-OOINow in order for man to enjoy all of AiiiiEMLLi:, Ga , Jf.s-- lo, IMH "And each in traducing our law makets ami Jo'' Swartltng, who has had charge of bakery, to take charge ol the these blessings he must have a nature, the thinks Mr. Cleveland wauts' in picking llawa ami rending iu pieces For you to select from. UHKiiig department at the Springs. Mr, or fscu'iies given him, to appreciate all "Happy Jack" as far away from home us every proposed taritf measure possible " Put why is this" An) man with per- Hofii.aiin is a peihct gentleman ami and every blessing so wond-rfulby the Giver. In order to un"Happy Jack" don't know much about ceptive powers two degrees above a xoo.se Knows how to run a hotel. Jsovuial lin ought to kilo- - that ail the twadd - adout latter parties will visit the famous old derstand how those blessings art' enjoy- "Money and Morals;" don't know much A nice line of Dry Goods. Notions, Straw Hats, Caps. Fans, Necked, we must try and ascertain nnd learn about that "slaughter house and open wear, the democratic administration hein the resort in the near future. Suspenders Ladies' Vests. Corset-,- . Hose and Shoes. French Another war was made this week that man is a compound or complex be- grave;" nor w.oj he one of those at the Cadtes, Cakes, Hannnas, Nice (he mereet liotli, Citise of Imrii times Fresh Butter on Ice and Groceries at Louisville convention that stood "be Low figures for serve.! up to gull tools it hst propoHl on the blind tigers on Battle How. The ing; that is lie has many faculties, or Cash. given him for the enjoyment of tween the devil and the deep blue sea." who aero tried, are thought to tion is plainer thsn that the present j j me unit tenners ami me city litinhcial pantu is the result of author eich ami every one of these blessings, He has always been a good yard dog and Hies think they have made good head whether temporal or spiritual, and nil has never yet growled at a member of the protlgate expenditure and the wild speculation under the Harrison adminis- way toward stopping the illegal sale of those enjoyments are given on condi- - the household, but ha; always watched tration? Add to this the robbing of the lnpiur. The following negroes weretned tions. We must use the means or we the enemy, and has never had to have a cases, 530 lan uot fiijoy them in any other way. block on or kept in the guard house to masses for 30 yeaia hy u miserable tariil and lined. Annie Brown, system for the be tie lit of the rich, and each case, Lettie White, 3 cases, 550 Pv" re now miking about man. Hence keep him from snapping at the man of each; Charley Anderson, case, 550, the Heavenly Father has provided all the house. the matter is fully explained. Mr. Cleveland knows that much about the means in the Bible; all Scripture Anderson Leavel 2 cases, 550 each. Again whv this nervous haste that given hy inspiration of God is profitable "Happy Jack," and is glad to get to trust Congress does not at once piuss a tariff) for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, him away from home, oil" out of sight, bill"' It can not be done. Tiiwe great ML VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. A basket picnic will be held at Brod- - for instruction in righteousness, that the and he has reason not to trust some folks measures rtijuire much time and pa man of God may ba perfect, thoroughly that far. Mr. Cleveland knows that tience W hy lhl wholesale ilenuncia-- , head July Itb. furnished unto all good works. 2 Timo- "Happy Jack" is good, sound seed corn tion of G orinan, Brice, Mcl'hersou', Ac, An ice earn supper will be given that will do to raise from and profera e as traitors and cownrde? Tiiese coneti iu the yard next Friday thy Kith, 17th verses; see 2d Peter. 1:3-- 1. According as His divine power hath giv- him to those big ears with weevils in tute the safe, conservative element vital night. J. H. Miller. to the party Or why the constant asCharles Johnson was tried Saturday en unto us all things that pertain to life their hearts We can furnish any grade Bicycle at a price that will sertion that the Wilson bill, the Senate and held over, charged with assault on and Godliness, through the knowledge Federal Judge Grosscup rules at Chiof Him that has called us to glory and y bill, the compromise bill are very little James Hamm. cago that a decoy letter used to Becure 0-003ZMIOZLSTIE-or no butter than the Mclinley bill'.' Ola Lita, the 7 year-old dsughter of virtue. Bead the entirelchanter. In or evidence against a letter carrier charged Examine our prices before making order elsewhere. See our Stock. long J. K. Maret, of Boone's Gap. died latt der to understand we must recollect He with stealing from While in fact anyone of them is the mails was not in made man susceptible of virtue or rice, stride iu the right direction, a vtmt im- week of tonsilitis. the mails "111 n legal sense" and can uot provement on the McKinley bill. Tlie Brod head band will furnish the happiness or misery. "Choose ye this be introduced against him. It is this The writer, in principle, is mi absolute music at the big Masonic picnicat Wood- day whom ye will serve." "Come unto sort of judicial legerdemain that has free trailer, yet he would fear the result stock A large delegation me all ye that labor and are heavy laden done so much to bring the law into disand I will give you rest." "You will if this immense superstructure of pro- will attend from this place. repute Btid to make it the refuge of the were completely razed to fouiula- tection Three parties, Ihiberts, Hevnolda not come unto me." "Blessed are they sharper and the science of shjbterisui. .. ..v ears. milie ami Kiiusey, of the Puie Hill neighbor that do His commandments that they Ilia Honor may object to such criticism lion 111 less time man ' man oil the L'lfel tower must descend hv hood, were arrested and tiled heie Sat may have right to the tree of life nnd as 'contempt of court." That is just J. Iff. HUBBARD, A. M., President. gradients; the drunken man must unlay, charged with detaining .1 woman may enter through the gates into the what it is. And it ia a contempt of court city." You will perceive uiv,mo tiling in shared iu by the common-sens- e Sep. 4, 1894. by degrees. We must have respect for They gave 5200 bond each, millions a few words, obedience will save a man of vast fortunes put into factories ami the The sand bank at Cooks on the K Full corps of Couwnaio-- j and Normal aclooi te"n"jrau? nor c..ur the entire country. in Lileralure, other schemes under the fostering prom- C. road this county is proving to be mo&t and disobedience will damn him. An. Excellent boarulaf tit partment Catalogue and clr a. ars fural.hed on application Music .no will we do with our girls?" is a Let us hear the conclusion of Hit "What ises of protective taritl. as gooil as n gold mine. There is a J. s Ukri'Kitr. mountain of it a mile or more in length whole matter, feaijGod and keep His question asked by a late magazine. At 'commandments, for, thisSis.' the whole present, the answer is easy, for they may ItH width is yet unknown Col. Hodges, who sticks to Congress-- 1 and Lako'tl,Uyf"",n' A"',Ul Wl Brty Gml hns bo dispensed of in the good, old way; but -- Miss Gertrude Weber leaves for llili-Lmill IIIAti RnwUiiirlili.n llirnimli a ' Ohantaun.ua, ., July iHt t0 take a done all He can do, consistent with His nfter time, the daughter of the modern thin, savs in the Observer "When nature, His and miiu'a organiza- mother will be bo manish that a man will FOK" j,ickleg preachers and fanatical women :0,Utl' "' 1,t"ra,,,lr" n'ul tU'Isarletion. If man is not sived eternally in not want her. The problem of what to IM bl"' for to blackmail the democratic JflmeH. 'Mn"'t; heaven, it will be ;his fault. We would do with the gitls will always be ensv of """. I..rty to any particular line ol action in call up an expression iu a former remark Hettlement if the girls are but reared "into btot-agent, the womanly womanhood that manly the interest of republicanism, then the only refei'M "''" "8 ljsting claims. on Hod's power. We, ninn had !..-..- - manhood likes. St. Louis Republic. tug of war is sure to come. There are a 11.. fWllUtl ti iitiius iiu r?iiv rumnrlr In until j ?U until. vmi tne few d individuals who may ijrtH. riizuugu, 41... i4, -iv n. geologiit Mil fur na nnvrnr New st les at lowest prices. Call and see. frmnurma.! rflrwl ,an AeiiLAM), Wis Tiiefamouh retreat iu w..-f aas.it vs Vila V.TU I...... .I. itiu liii wiitc '" Iff uot.u w un iifi ti ti t .1 itui3tia . , . , fall into line at once with iii r miuiiiM tn ' un.' IIlllhBWOnilB, upon worm?, ne made northern Wifccoiiain located on the Wis- cc mm Central Lines ami b few others who apparenuj j leu. to , tllB HUn, moo, 8tare ttll, llU but Cheijiiatuegon Hay isat a the head of the mobt desirable avoid contention, hill tlie imiK 01 uiepar- fome thief too a hone belonging bo far as man's salvation is concerned, Bpot for one to spend a summer outin, ty at once become defiant and are ready The best inside wall finish; cold water process. all that is necessary to give us admit- surrounded as it is by the beautiful to urge war to the death. The wome nj to Mr. C. O. Williams from hie pasture tance into heaven is recorded in the Bi- Apostle Islands. Little need be said of PAINTS Lead, Oil Colors, Mixed Paint, Carriage Paint, Stains who lead iu such movements usually oaiuruay nigni aim went south. Thu ble. No man living caujtell us anything its 6cenic beauty and giving qualClosest prices for cash. raise more than children at home, nud horae bioke loose while the party waa at that is better than; what ;is therein con- ities. This place shouhl not be over- and Varnishes. looked by those iiguriug un a report for Prescriptions comDounded with MEDICINES fmm th Kc the preachers gather more fat than souls breakfast the next morning near East tained. Hence He commanded His their next Hummer's vacation. The tour HeniBtadt. The animal has been rocov through their ministrations." Give us a call. apostles after they were prepared by the ist will llnd excellent tishiug and boating drujjs and chemicals. W. B. McRoijekts. ercd but the thief eacaped. Holy Spirit, to go and preach the Gos- at this point, and good hotel accommohate two little urand chtldicti who arc tcrth-illMissed Xaucy Kennedy and Lucilo pel to every creature. dations at very reasonable rates. For this hot summer weather and are troubled further particulars, mans, time table?. with bowel complaint. I give thciu Chamberlain's Joplin attended the opening ball at Grab J. 15. WAimex. Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemedr and it acts and guide books apply to Jas. C 1'ond, Orchard Springs Tuesday. Misa Mary I carnwll recommend It for chillike a charm. Geni. l'assr. Agt., Milwaukee, Wis. Guaranteed Cure. dren with bowel troubln. I was myself taken Ilhea, of Kussellville, sister of the Hon. e atitiiorite our auvertiscd drui'gist to sell you with a severe a tack of bloody Ilux, with cramps and pains in my stomach. onethird ol a Iwttle of John S. Rhea, is visiting Miss Nancy .'i. rwiiiK s new isi.tuvrry mr uonsumpi Coiiirhs and Colds, upon this runodjr cured mo Within 34 hours I was out Kennedy. Messrs. Lawrence Fitzhugh are atllicted with a Couch,this condition: If ou Cold or any I.unc. ol bed nud doing my house work. Mrs. W, I.. Prices lower than any one. Hickman Co , Tenn. For and Robt. Joplin are floating down Throat or Chest Trouble andw ill use this remeilv Duncan, according to directions, guing it a fair trial and When Patiy Druggist, Mauturd. sale by Or. S. G. Mocker, wai sick, wo pave- her CastorK Uockcaatle river and camping along its expcruice no benefit, jou may return the, bottle When hhe was a Child, she cried for CaMoria. your motley W'u could not bankri on their way to Rockcastle and have oiler If we did refunded. that Dr King Buciitn'BArntca Salve. make this not know The best salve la the world tor cuts, bruisess Springs. Mrs. New I)iscoery could be relied upon. It uccr When sm became 3!U sh cluni; to CostorJ. Alice Newland, of Crab disappoints. Trial bottles free at A. R. tores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapPenny's When she had Children, she grve them Caatorla, Orchard, waa visiting friends here yes- drugstore. Large site joe and $1. ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions. It positively cures piles, or no pay requirSee our Spring Stock of ed. It ia guaranteed lo Kive perfect satislaction terday. Mrs. Charles Hedd, of Crab Or- Ouro for Headacho. or money refunded. 1'rico 5 cents per box. cnani, is with friamla here. Mrs. Dr. As a remedy for all forms of Headache Klectrlc yor sale by A. K. fenny, butuora, kv. Will nrown, of Parksville, is visltiui: Hitters has proved to be the cry best. It elects Mrs. G. W. McClure. a permanent cure and the most dreaded habitual "Manvof the citliens ol I'altuWlle. led, are Home mo ago I was troubled with an attack ol sick headache yields toils influence. We urge lwu (l, . linti itHPHiiilliHl t willies ance o( u darim: ami prfrilom feat, great eouiagM ami endurance. Tin crOAtl viewed with iiiteiimt interna the oHortH and skill of tut) actor, lint it was obcorvod hh lie ttearud tliu uonlnf hid purjKMc, thut lie hcilat.l, rieuiiiwl ex- ImtieUHl, hii.1 Hint orrtaln .Will awaited hi.,. In M of failure. L- -t ... "cheer him," critvd Home one. Aloud ami pro- longed cheVr arose from the Humbly, new life ami vkor wn, lnf,.ed. th. I. Panned ... d the actor's ,f. red. j un tliu a'.n 01 oviiH)ir, ivu, me American people determined hy the uiOHt decisive majority ever tjiven in a k . voiicuurrO tli perform- ".II l.'l. t" II v iJillhVllie, MU8 Ilrn. In hon thin week Lawyer Will IJon.Conl, imh. a i nii I V.I. I - .1...- - I C uinu unimni, title liver lo tlio l)Btte A tforxl CASEY """. COUNTY. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. it l w c ' i 1 "'" .... V ""-'iMiaiutMts " " it rah Col. Frank Riley is in Frankfort this week. TeetH Ilros'. circus is advertised to be CUMBERLAND : FALLS : HOTLL, w8 Od.lly fn...... .. cai-load- B '"", Jph, .... J.u ls ... , -- St - .,.. r'?' " 11 walk-nea- l'4"' ; - '"' ot ! j I l'ytl ol ' ' OPEN'S JIDXTE P' 5, '94:. S I A WEEIC- 1 1 TrT7T7rT' 1 ITi Jj lj 1 IXTTTITT W11 OTTririTinn MJCjIjKNS AJkJkJ. nl "'' ,"""y ; , ,''""(-,0,''- h C.-- J. TIKE BEST I DS I ly HSVE JUST RECEIVED J. C. FLORENCE. na-tur- 1 Bicycles I YOU D I court-hous- S.AV":E 11 W .H WEAKEN '& CO. . . . 1 Stanford Female College. Next Session Begins Tuesday, j Courier-Journa- l. - .. ! I - r-attempt las MeRobepts' Drug Store, -- ";. J" U'day '- di . Y WALIL g FAP r.-i-n feeble-minde- 111 - ' " , " " . ; , "" ALABASTHsTE I he-lt- 1 K WE ARE IN IT. I!on-aii- a, m Disc Harrows, Geo. W. Brown Cultivators, Corn Planters. 1 1 never without a bottle ol Chamberlain's Cougli Ilemedy in the house," says Jacob llrown, the Powdered charcoal, if laid thick on a this remedy a fair trial In leading merchant of the place. This Itemed)- - has burn, causes tho immediate abatement stipation Electric Hitters cures by giving the proven of o much 'value tor colds, crcup and few to the bowels of tho pain. A superficial burn can thus needed tone ol this mcdicln and Try cases long re- whooping cough in children, that few mothers uhn . it once. I.Hrpc know its worth are willing to be without it For sist thcuse be healed in about an hour. bottles only so cents at A. K. I'enuy's Drug Storo ule by Dr.S. U. Mocker, Druggist, Stanford all who are afflicted to procure a bottle and give cases ol habitual con- . Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, and Farming Implements. W ........ C,.lcm.,. ... Wilhor; w. ...w.... B. K. WEARE1T. T . U, -- -- - - r t "!f TV' j f m M. J. Farris bought privately Tom Johnson, in jail nt Harrodais making INTERIORJOUKNAL speeches over the State in the interest of burg for bigamy, attempted to end life Danvillo Monday a emU bunch of buteh 3EMI-WEEK20. hie candidacy for governor. He spoke trouble by suicide but the doctors pulled erstuffat2 The rich Ascot Stake was won at JLi at Glasgow Monday, and, the Times says him through. June 22. 189- - made a modest and forcible speech. But Stanford, Kv.. The Grand Lodgo of Elks in BCBaion cot Heath, Berkshire, bv tho four yer-ol- d orcolt Aborigine. little interest has developed in the race at Jamestown, N. Y., shows that the Tho Chicago Derby, with 15,000 add is the der expended for charity and ot ier but the paper save that Hardin W. P. WALTON. ed money, was won at Hawthorne Park favorite there. We have it from good things during 1S93, nearly ,25,0O0 f The poll of Fayette county by tho by Ed Corrigau's horse Vassal, the voi authority, though, that Mr. Clay will be is said to have demonstrat- ite. Hon. Owens men DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. the next governor of Kentucky. Tho Winchester Democrat reports W. H. Miller figurts it out to a moral ed to them that they will carry tho coun .TAS. 1! .MCKKAHY CO.VGRF.SS. purchases of So export cattle by Morris Oil ty by 200 majority oyer Breckinridge. certainty. Consul Cubson, of Guaymas, has re- at 1 to H nnd 63 by Kidd, 1,100 to 1,600 For County Judge ...JaS.WALKFR GIVENS G n COOPER ii i Miss Pollard was en-- j ported to Secretary Greshain the story pounds at l to Ac. clerk The report that J PAXTON ' Atteroey Byron McClelland is reported to tying n cruise- on the lakes is denied. that two Americans had been killed and . D. NF.Wt.AXD T Sheriff Washington dispatches siy that she is eaten by Caunibals on Tiburon Island, havu won all the way from $:il),U0u to ED. KKXXKDY Gtcat upset in prices at the Louisville Store commencing on Aesior $50,000 on his colt by auutup, dam CleoG.W DEIIORD still in that city, Mving in the closest re- Lower California. i. j,Ur tirement since the famous trial. Had The California World's Fair commis- patra, at Morns Park. W. H. Tray lor tells us that he put ilissatis-factiothe defendant done likewise he would sion, having discharged its stewardship Wk learn that there is meat have shown more anagoaity and saved in a way that must please its State, has 80 pounds each on 37 cttlo in a month appointover the nt Harroil-bur- K Tho cat-M- o JSO.'-'o-O of and five days at his distillery. ment of Mr. Phelps s postmaster and himself a world of criticism and many turned over to the State about forgothad had no slop I eforo he took them. an unexpendd appropriation. that excited partisans of the other ap. heart aches. People might hive Perhaps never beloreat tins Hum of And Ending Saturday night, June 23, iSy.j. Any thing in the dress On Monday 20 persons, eight men are Bweuirk; vemreance on Gov. ten the sin he ever keeps fresh in their plicants by his persistent public appear- and 12 women, committed suicide in the year were prices of Spring lambs as low goods or clothing line for warm weather wear, especially in Lawns, McCreary for haviue appointed, as they minds ci'y of New York. Poverty with the as at present at Chicago. A good article Dimities or Summer Clothing, you can find it at the Louisville Store claim, a man who has been a citiz-- n of ances. disappointment in love with may be had at It to I J and best at 1.05 to for less rethe place for only a short time. Jn money than ever offered before. We will quote you a few Tub two negro women who sued the men and I Jo. sponse to thiH and other charges, Mr. L & X because it permitted a white the women were the prevailing causes. William J. Colfey bought of liiuve prices to give you an idea how prices arc running at our store this Richard Torbin, of Dayton, O , felt rhelps publishes a card in the Sayings, man to ride in a Jim Cro.v car, failed to from a hop and eat McAninch, of Cnsey, seven head of fat week: 200 bolts of Indigo HIuc Calico, just arrived and will be put giving his persoual history and refuting get a judgment; but they ought to have tired while returning got it bnicher cattle at 21c. Ho also bought of on sale at per yd. Come and get you a Lawn Dress this week, the claim that he is not one of them. secured one. A white man has no more on the railroad track to rest. He cost him his life. Ho went to other parties several head at the twino while you can conWe do not take much stock in such a negro coach than a negro has but it right in get one at per yd. Hlcach Cotton 34'c per yd. price. troversies. They are always to be ex- in a white man's coach. Let the sauce sleep and n train mangled him beyond 1 dozen kid curlers 5c. i do2Cn whale bone 5c The Mercer County Fair Association Hair cjirlcrs 10c. pected when the tight was allowed to for the goose be the same for the gan- recognition. The attorney general of tho United has adopted the moral plan, and this 4 papers pins 5c. wage as long and as fiercely hb it was at der and justice be done though the States is about to bring suit for the vast year no gambling or sale of intoxicaHarrodaburg. Gov. McCreary does not heavens fall. sum of 5171,000.000, the aggregate of the ting liquor will bo permitted on tl o often make a mistake, hut it seems that Tiik sons of Col. Jack Chiun, the dead Central Pacific, Union Pacific and Kan- grounds. deferring the evil he did in this cae by The Georgetown Times reports iOO day of a choii e so long. The bitter feel game Harrodsburg sport and man cutter, sas Pacific railroad s indebtedness to the cattle on tho market Monday; 23 head o' honorable mention. government. ing will (lie oik oeiore me eieciiuu, deserve the most Mrs. James Bowen, of Gallipolis, O., 1,200 pound brought 3.31; 10 head of Time to give Dcrbys the slip. Straw hat time has come, Nice one doubtless, and all the loud talkers now There are four of them and it is said pounds 3 26; 13 of about $30 they neither drink, nor have the other attempted, suicide by taking arsenic. will be McCrearv men then. for 35c, latest style. Will cost you 50c or 75CC lsewhere. vices natural to expect iu boys who have She was not so anxious to die after she pounds 3c, and a lot of calves at $1 i 33 per dead. It is hot bs hades in South Carolina had such an example. They are all good had taken tho drug and immediately orThe Harrodehurg Fair will preeent and the Senatorial candidates Hre adding business men and have the confidence dered a servant to call the doctor, who more Folid attractions at its three daya by criminations and re- and respect of the community in which succeeded in saving her life. to the caloric criminations. Gov. Tilman and Senator they live. S. T. Young, of Mercer, took 20 neeting, June 27, 2S and SO, than it evtr Butler are striving for the honor of repgrains of morphine with suicidal intent, has before in four ditys. The premiums Su inner coat and vest for 25c, a better one for 50c. Mohair and To those who are weary and heavy but tho new remedy permanganate of are largo and the pursed liberal. resenting tho State in the Home of M. S Baughman's Klla B. starts in coats and vests, $2, $2.50, $?, $3.50, $., $$. These suits arc laden with the Senate's delay in passing potash, and a galvanic battery sved him Lords and the canvass has reached that candidate says of the a tnrilT bill, we commend the article from death. He is iK) years old and sajs tho 2.35 trot at Harrodsburg next week, made from strictly stage in which one material. During the sale you get regular and Al. Hutching", who is handling her, $14, other, "If you or anybody els-- Fays so from the pen of Prof. Uepport on our ho intends yet to kiil himself. $15, $16 suits for Sio. All $to suits cut to $j and S.oo. Some and bo, yon are an infamous liar." Thi-- j first page. He is a free trader, but A fishing schooner collided with an thinks she will at least get a portion of Boys' suit and straw hat for 90c. doesn't think the policy can be put into iceberg oil' Newfoundland Monday ami tho money, if not the largest part nf it. suits cut to 5.00. is what the senator said about the gova wreck on tho Chicago, Ureit a day, nor even L'O years. In ernor and the lie is as good as the lick effect in went down immediately, carrying 12 n with the hot blooded Southerners. others of Western road a car containing 10 valua persons with her. Forty-thro- e Tub Glasgow Times in booming Hon Nine is a monumental failure as goverescaped to the iceberg, where ble race horses was demolished. H. C Gorin for Congress, but it has not the crew horses wery killed and five men were inand if he gets his other eye knocked nor some hours later. yet been guilty of saying he is Gorin to they were rescued fiiey belonged to tho Riwley out nobody will cry. At New York, Erastus Wimau, the jured, win, at least in that way. millionaire, philanthropist and dtiiblte. one time Forty-fiv- e Our own Col. W. 0. Bradley has been cents was tho best the il capitalist, was sentenced to Sing Sing for NEWSY NOTES. in Cincinnati Bnd a evil communicadealer were offering for the. new His crime five years and six months. MisH Pauline Markham got ; 1,000 for A. UUHANSKY & CO., Proprietoi tions corrupt good manners, he has fallFarris it Whitley He crop of wheat was forgery in tho second degree. en into the prevailing habit of talking that broken ankle at Louisvifle. sold to Simon Weihl, for Goldnmith, III was connected with Dun's commercial T. D. RAXEV, Manager. through his hnt. He told a reporter Kennebaum's saw mill at Middles- - agency. head of fat cattle, average 1,550 pounds, that three republicans at least would be boro burned nnd 50 men are thrown out Breckinridge has received a poll of for July delivery, at lie Advocate. elected to Congress in Kentucky this of pinnlnvment. The statistician of the Department the democratic voters in Henry county, Fall and that it is only a question of John Diegs, a Madison county negro, showing a sife nipjoritv for him. This of Agriculture reports the condition of time till the old rock ribbed democratic goes up for life for burglary, having serv- adds to the confidence he 1'ias heretofore peaches in the States where it is a comState will take a place in the republican ed two terms before. exnreseed as to his nomination. He will mercial crop as follows: Iu New Jersty, Wilmington, Ohio, has a barber who speak at a barbecue at Monterey to- about two-thircolumn. If Col. Bradley was not a pracof a crop; in Delaware, tical prohibitionist, we should say he at SS years of age still follows the busi- morrow. Maryland and Virginia, about one-sixt- h The three cities around the falls gave of a crop, in Georgia, only 7 per cent, of had been indulging in that murderous ness with a steady hand. whisky mixture known as Cincinnati States Senator Bishop W. Kelley and his army of tramps and raga- a crop, and iu Ohio something less than gave expression to such wild Perkins, of Kaneap, died suddenly in muffins a decidedly cold shoulder. They half a crop. when he was not permitted to land and each city sentiments. Washington of cholera morbus. W. H. Shears sold to James Shelton Dealers in Wes Osborne, aged 40, shot Hiram ordered that those of his men caught his farm of 100 acres, four miles Iroin New York Sun intimates that the Thk Adams, aged IS, at Vanceburg, instantly soliciting alms would be treated as other town on the Lexington pike, next to the passage of an income tax law will drive They were drunk and fight vagabonds. Berkele distillery, for $5,000 cash. Far-lis- it the intelligence of the North into the re- killing him. West Virginia spent f 10,000 in keeping. Whitley bought of B. G. Gover, of publican party. If its mouthpiece will miA negro raped Mrs. Dr. Wright at ing her soldiers on duty during the Lincoln, a bunch of 600 lb. cattle at 3c. go over on that side and stay, the opponwhile the doctor was ners' btrike and now hasn't a cent to pay Joe Ware sold to same firm 100 barrels of & ents of the law even will have cause for Forsythe, Ga., away. A mob caught him and setit him for it Gov. McCorklo has given his thu growing corn crop at $1.50 m the The Sun wears the livery of rejoicing. note for 2,500 of the amount, and it field. They have also bought 700 barrels Goods and prices guaranteed and delivered promptly free of charge democracy to hide its wolf 'a ciothing of to sheol. Two thousand people greeted Coxey, looks as if he will have to fix up the from another party at same price, and republicanism and to serve more efiec 100 barrels from T. P. Reed, to be delivthe commonweal general, when he re- balance if the troops are piid. tively the cause of the protectionists. The steamer Citv of Madison sunk ered at Mr. Farris farm, in November, turned to his home at Massillon, 0 , the Hos Cabsius M. Clay, Jn , GREAT SPECIAL SUM I n MONDAY, JUNE 18, '94 .c .c (0 1L THKNQo : Al-apac- ca all-wo- ol o Til-ma- LOUISVILLE STORE, lo-c- STA1TFOBD, KTT., to-da- y. M'KINNEY & Ex-Unit- HOCKER, Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, Tin- and Wooclenware, Fruits, Candies, Vegetables, Cigars Tobacco. by the judge of the court of appeals. He ia a brother of the two Boyles who are running democratic jupern and is said to be a very capable lawyer, though if he thinks he has a ghost of a show for election, he proves that he is not fit material to judge even in small matters. opposite Madison, Ind , after crashing at day. St. John Boyle has been nominated other Myers, a prominent citizen near into a dike. Sixty-fiv- e wheelmen and Rex republicans of Louisville for five women, tho only passengers aboard, and the crow, eecaped in safety. She is valued at ?50,000 and is owned by the Louisville and Cincinnati Mail Line Company. Morris M. lvtee, who was chairman of tho republican National convention in 1SSS, has been nominated for governor of California by the republican convention. The platform demands free and unlimited coinage of silver at tho present ratio, declares for female suffrage, and stands by the McKinley high tariff". The supremo court of Georgia has decided that a law of that State obliging railroad, telegraph and express companies to assign in writing a reason for the discharge of any employe, or pay 5,000 to the discharged person, is contrary to 'the general private right of silence" and "is utterly void and of no effect." Switzerland, where freedom of popular action is greater and the popular will more easily carried out than in any country in the world, has just voted by a majority of 227,000 votes to 09,000 against tho Socialist proposition toamend thy constitution by a provision requiring the government to furnish employment tiary. The people of the United States pay for the people. more taxes than the people of any other FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. nation on the globe. The estimated toStanford Fair, July 19 and 20. tal of national.'and local taxation Is Fok Sale. 100,000 tobacco plants Unknown incendiaries set fire to the J. F. Cook, Rowland. Mary Leo coal mine near Birmingham, J. H. Allen sold to J. M. Snow a have been re- combined mare for$112C0. Ala. Four dead bodies covered, and it is feared others are yet in J. L. Yautia sold to Colby Jenkins II lambs of 65 and 75 pounds at $15. the mines. Tho residence of Jeremiah Chappell, Nellie W., 2:1 H, is being driven to of Hopkins county, was destroyed by the polo with Gov. Stanford, 2:21. fire. JIo built n new one and waa just George Baker sold to W. L. McCarty getting ready to move into it when it too a bunch of fat heifers and steers at 21c. was burned. Fok Sale. Yearling Durham bull, The death of Dr. Linton Stephens 900 pounds. W. H. Murphy, Stanford at Crawfordsville, Ga., removes the last Kromlin trotted an eighth in MJ male member of tho famous Stephens seconds at Pittefielil, Mass., tho otlier family, of which Alexander Stephens day. Write forcsitalogiiesand entry blanks was the head. William F. Davis, one of the leading for the Stautord Fair to E. O. Walton, farmers and stockmen of Boyle, died of secretary. Alfred Miller sold to Prewitt k apoplexy Monday. He was between C5 ' and 70 years of ago anJ leaves a widow Wood a small bunch of heifers and steerd at 2c. and two grown sons. $1 65. -- Advocate. 1 The Louisville Times showed the Post Wedneeday that it could write a long editorial, when it deemed it necessary, but those of us who love to read Emmett Logan's scintillating paragraphs hope that the necessity will not often arise. Let the case of the Government vs. Architecture be heard in a lower court. Tns newB comes that Mayor D. G, Colson will head a syndicate to start a daily paper at Middleaboro. It will be republican in politics and it will take a man Baid to be as well heeled as Colson to keep it afloat. Even then he may realize that "Man's a vapor full of woes, starts a paper, up he goes." The republicans of Louisville have nominated a ticket from Congressman down to county surveyor. Their only hope is that the next National administration will be republican and that they will be in line for the Federal otllces. They can not even dream of election by the people. A huhglak entered the office of Attorney General Jack Hendrick at Frankfort and instead of taking some of his easily gotten gains, showed his despicable meanness by stealing $51 belonging o his young lady typewriter. ft c "I 1 v it n n Hopkinsville, was arrested for trying to criminally assault Mrs. Wiley Robertson a neighbor. Withdrawals for export reduced tho gold reserve in the treasury to ;t)i,03,-01which is $735,330 below the lowest previous sum. 0. F. Taylor, Red Hourp, J. F. Ruble, Beuna Vista, and J. It. Duncan, Duncan, Mercer county, are recently appointed postmasters. At Defiance, Iowa, there is a living skeleton in the person of Howard Williams, who is five feet 10 inches and weighs but 62 pounds. Tommy Miller, tho Indianapolis pugilist, is dying from the effects of a severe knockout given him by Jimmy Carney, t. the Detroit The McSbane Manufacturing Com pany, of Baltimore, notified its 1,000 that owing to its improved busi ness their wages would be raised 10 per cent. In the Carter county circuit court, Louisa Seaton, aged IS, who left her ille gitimate child to die in the woods, was sentenced to two years in the peniten 7, light-weighem-ploy- ORDER W OF ELECTION. i, I J.,, lion Lincoln County Comt HciJ June K Varnon, Incise, I'remlitig A copy of the Judgment of the l.inujln Circuit II I'rniiy anil otherj Court, m the can' of W I'lilntitf, a.un.t V K. Vamon, Juilge ol tnp Kin coin County Court, upon a motion (or u Writ ol iUy of Juae, i8yt, itrv-eMand.imui, wai on the upon thu delenJ.itit i judge aforeanl by hu ac epting tame, the portion ot uul judgment awarding the writ of mandainui, i in words anil figure! ut followi, tufwlt Lincoln Circuit Co.irt W 11. Penny, and othera, I'lfu i TRUNKS, VALISES, STRAW HATS -- SUMMER W E partita upon This their agreed itatemctit ct the qutttion in comrn-vtnanil ol the facia on file, and upen t. e aflida. 4 ton file, and on thu motion of plamtitTi lor writ ot mandauiui. notice ol which motion waa waived by the defendant, and the court being ailvued It Co, Court, Varnon, Judge of Lincoln) v Judgment. lift came wa tubinitted by the Neckwear & Underwear - AT $630,-000,00- 0. IV it r im The miners lost Ji'0,000,000 m wages by their striko and gained nothing to speak of, except in Rome instances the contempt of law abiding citizens. It is of the rarest occurence that strikes nro made to profit the strikers. county court to order the election aked for by plaintifla in their petition to said defendant, and that plaintiff are entitled to the remedy tought hy their motion; their motion it therefore luitaincil.and the writ of manriamut it awarded a;aintl W K. Varnon, Judge of the Lincoln Court, by which he Is comn anded at the next regular term of the Lincoln County Court to en Ier upon the order book of hit court an order di reeling an election to be held in and for the city 01 Stanford and directing the Sheriff of Lincoln county to hold an election and open a poll therefor at each of the voting placet in laid city, for the purpose of talcing the seme ol thu legal votert of taid city upon the proportion whether or not vinom or malt liquors thall be nold, bartered or loaned therein. Inasmuch at, liy ri'jwti of the relutal of delendantto make said order at the regular term of taid court when plaintill't application wat made, it it now too late to hold laid election on the daj designated in thu plaintiffs' un the ?,ril day of June, 1894. petition, and at the aame term enable the ther If to comply with the requirements 01 the law, trial the raid election should be advertised by him at Iran two liofore the day of election, the delendant is to commanded in his said order lor said fix another and later day as rfutotnnly near the will afford amplo day asked for by plaintiffs as y tune for the advertucroent thereof required law And tlu writ of mamlamut hewill in no wie omit to obey " In olftdience to the com mil id In taid writ as above fully itt cut and it appearing that the money to py the expenses that Kpph cantt are by law re quired to pay has been pud It it ordered that an election be held into court in the city of Stanford, Ky., on the 7th 'ay of Ju ly, iSj between th ihe hours if 7 A. At and 4 l. M A poll to be opened at each ol the voting laces in aaid city for the purtoko of taking tho sense ot the legal voter of said city upon tho proportion whether or not spirituous, vinous or malt liquors sha'l be sold, bartered or loaned therein, the result of said election toIn be certified the election to and returned as required by law of county Ulcers. The following officers are app inteil to hold said the 0 opinion, anu 10 adjudged that it was It was Lin-colu legal duty of the defendant a judge ot the H. J. McROBERTS. ML6.RUPLEY,-7 - itwfe -- ifjpfto.A GOODS. call. OK- - Is Receiving His SPRING AND SUMMER A NICE LOT ,k Goods Warranted and a Perlect Fit Guaranteed. Give me cle-tlo- I . DOTS' CLOTHING At Half Price for Cash, To Close Out Stock. election: It is now said that the Senate will vote upon the tariff" bill Monday as a whole. For which promise we are duly thankful. May it not prove like previous promises held to the ear to be broken to the hope. Voting Tiecinct, N'o 1. I. M. Uruce and U.K. Wearen, Judges, W. H. I'cnny, clerk, J. I). Jones sheriff. Voting Precinct, No 3. A. O Lastland and J H Knrfleman.judgei.J. K. Halm, aherifl, C. C. Carton, cleik Voting l'recinct, No. 3. J. M. Hail ami J. k, VanArtdale.iudget, Jotcph Coffey, sheriff, Win. cferk. . Severance Clerk l.trcoln Connty Court. J. K. VANARSDALE. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Kv., - .Ji'Ni: 22, 1894 SrANroKD Li iieiial premiums and good accomoWk want your trade. Anything and dations at the Stanford Fair, July 11) and everything in the jewelry lino can be 'JO. found at Dinks, the jeweler. low-priced HUBBLE. m E. C. Walton, Business Manager MEAH8 BUSINESS. 1 Buy your school bookH and school supplies ol nil kinds at A. 11. Penny's. Watches, eloctts and juwelry repaired ami warranted. Kngriiviim n specialty, at A. H. IViiiiv'h. TiulargeHt stock o( Uriu, Medicines, Perfumery, I'ainta and Wall Paper Bt A. k. I'enny'F. PeocriptioiH a specialtymmmm PERSONAL POINTS.' J i J ) I Ghkkn Smith, Stanford, ban been granted a pension. Pnor S. I). Wu.i.m U down from Crab Orchard for a few days. sweetheart, pRor. I.. 0. Uohi.kv in at home from IiIb Jennie Hiley, were killed by lightning Skvkiia.mk it Son will adopt tho cash . school at system July 1, nnd in a card give excel-len- t under a tree near Lyons, Ia. Mm N'oka Moukla.nij 1b visiting Tho Hev. Dr. John Pas ton paid a reasons for it. Kverybody Hhould frienda in NicholaHville. lino of $10 for neglecting to record the do so. The Will N. C'iiak. ia ntudying dentiitry the country. credit system is tho bane of certificate of tho marriage of Congressunder Dr. W. B. Penny. man W. O. P. Hreckinridgo and Mrs. MistCB Wii.uk Ham. 1b visiting Mies Madison county has a laoor commis- Wing, which he celebrated in April, lh!, Amy Smith in Kicliniond. sion whoso duty it is to allot laborers to In New York City. Mti. T. K. Spink Iihb gono to Pearl work on the county roads, which are to When a runaway couple were marSprings to rusticate a while. be greatly improved. Tho laborers get ried by a Jeirersonville squire the other Mips Kittie Bai'oiiman is visiting 10 cents an hour. day, the groom became so enthusiastic friendH and relativea in Iloylo. when asked if ho would take the Wk printed for Severance it Son 1,000 that Mips I'kakl Piiiui-- went to Uarrods-btir- g young woman for better or worse, he circulars this week, which they have yeatenlHy to visit friends. "You can bet your sweet life. been mailing to tho trade, announcing Mik) Minnik L. VanArhdalk, of I will," at tho same time throwing his tho adoption of strictly cash business. 1h visiting MissSuu Kout. arms around her and kissing her. A copy will bo tound in our advertising Mun. R 0. Foko and eon, of ManchesAt the bride's father's residence, columns. ter, aro with Mrs. James P. Bailey. Wi'diif. lay evening at S o'clock, Mist 8 3 o Mh. Kiui.wm Walter cut his hand StTie sensations as that sent out from Mr. S. P. Huckley, badly while putting on laths the other Crab Orchard Springs about a man beinn of Kidman, Ohio, were married bv day. caught in a woman's room, it a, had best Rev .v. V. Sizemore, who then oilieia- Mi'. Jok CorrkY is roaminir again along oeen Kept cjuiet. .o good can result to ted in his tilth ceremony, which was th hear wths of his native county of the house by it and none to tho public beautiful and imprefcsive. Mins Marietta Wayne. Carman and Mr. Charlev Davis, Mis by such publications. MksshK. J. 11. Ai.i.kn and Virgil Cole Fannie Bubanka ami .Mr. Crit Bubanks Lawukm kri'ik. eituwns held a meet- were tho attendants. The bride, mm, of MUldlehiug, piiil this ollico a whose That must be done, and ing Monday to urge upon Congress the amiable disposition has made her call Tiiesdiiy, ereat-l- y necessity of a public building there. To Mils. K. P. Owm.kv and daughter, Mat-tibeloved by a wi.le circle of friend- -, is Hays, arrived Ust night to visit Mrs. the casual observer most any kind of a the daughter of Mr. G. W. Bubanka, an There is much complaint in Breath building, even to a chicken coop, is M. C. Ilurnshle. influential farmer ami excellent Chrisitt, Wolf and Magofliu counties that a ed there to make a town of the place. tian gentleman of this county. The Miia. T. I). Uanet ami MIfs Mary I)av, Our stock of Dry Goods. We are groom is a grocery and hardware mer- number of those who stood the exami!es Diulderar aro visiting Mrs. W. G Co.nstari.k Jok Shannon, of the West nation for teachers' certificates had Itanoy in Danville Bud, placed in jail Wednesday, George chant and his success has proven him to copies of the list of questions in advance. Miii, W. K. Vmcu and Mrs. I.ydla Farran and "Little" Hen McCormauk, he a gentleman of tlno business qualifiJackson Hustler. They start together in life mi. Carrico, of Louisville, are visiting Mr. iKith colored, to work out a ?l'J tint- cations. each At Richmond, tho proposition to nnd Mrs. F. (i. Brady. this morning and Destruction follows every article it touches, You for beating "Bin" Hen McCormack, also tier favorable circumstances and the un- vote a tax of ;22,000 for tho erection of a Du. Amuu.w SKMifiwKT, of Hopkins-ville- , colored. They were tried before 'Squire ion can but prove a happy one Immegraded school building for that city say times arc hard and money scarce and you must practice rigid diately after tho ceremony the bridal has been on a visit to his mother, G. I). Smiley. Now if you want help, was carried by a majority of over four to econemy to get your Summer goods. party were driven in carriages to DanMrs. Susan Seargent. one in a to'al of about 700 votes. Bonds Tiik handsome residence in Danville, ville, where they took the train for the Mim A.noik It.u.i.oi', of the faculty of will be issued at once and will easily be Forge, Iirh returned owned by Prof. J. It. Walton, now of groom's home in Ohio. The best wishes Institute at Clifton sold at par. Colorado, was sold at public auction of innumerable friends will ever attend home for the vacation. Our Ginghams, Percales. Javanese Cloths, White Goods and all Monday to Mrs. Mary Hownian, of this them. For reasons not necessary to Mahk 11 itius went to Mnuticello NEW ADVEKTISKMEXTs. kinds of light weight and light colored Dress Good must go. Those Tho price paid was j5,t).'o-Th- state, several young men in the Mt. in responce to a telegram stath g county. who have not bought are in the swim. We have a splendid stock of house is a commodious brick and Xenia neighborhood aro wearing crape that his mother ws very HI. CONDITION OK THE on their hats and trying as best they can Laces, Braids and Lining Silks to sell at low prices Ladies Silk Mih Ktiiyi. Bkazi.ky returned to Lan- the lot is 00 x :t00 feet. It cost the to console each other. nearly i S,000. caster, with her friend. Mifs I.ixzo J. F. W. FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. Mits, Hosiery, Gloves, Hamburgs, all suffer alike. Ladies, Misses Thompson, and is her guest. andGents' Shoes are reduced andmust suffer with other things-A AT STANFORD, CHURCHAFFAIRS. Mn. Lotto: 'Holmes and dnnshter, hall rAtit crowd attended tho opening Come now and learn the real value of money. The axe is laid at at Crab Orchard Springs Tuesday At the cloe of busineit June iS, 184. Mies Alice, aruspendingacoiipleof weeks Pastor Mitchell, assisted by Hro. the root and the stuff must fall. evening and seemed to enjoy the occaat Mr. William Martin's, near Hales' W. II. RKSOUUCKS. Howard Jones, is being greatly blessed sion. A number of couples attended from in a meeting in tho Hurgin church. Lcani nii Diicounti Mhh. Lizzik Mi Alistku and Mrs. A. tiere. J7,ojj 68 Hefreshinenta were served and Twenty-two have been received into the Oveidrjltt, (ccureJ. B. Hundley, of Boyle, were up yesttr-da- the dance was protracted till '2 o'clock. lue from National llnnlc JS.9;6 8j to see the former' mother, Don't forget that ouriClothing is sentenced to the same awful There are n number of Danville and oth fellowship of the church, and the inter- Due Irom State Hankj and Hankers,... 3$ U est is increasing. Western Recorder. Portman. Hanking home nnd lot,. doom. er visitors at the spring). J.Soo 00 In a lnnir interview in the rCtioxviKo The wife of Judge H. J. Peters died Stock. ad 11c nj. ;y 00 To Hum lists. Kn try blanks to the at Mt. Sterling, aged 78. Times, Masterson Peyton speaks hopeful$,;ooo Her married P'e 4 ly of the industrial prospecta of thoSoiith big bicycle races at tho Stanford Fair, life reached over tho long period of 02 ExchariKoi for Clearings 91 4$ $9.3?J 46 July l'J and IX), aro now ready for dis years, nine months nnd eighteen dave, Furniture and fixtures and Teiiuesseu in particular. too 00 Hon. John W. Ykkkks, one of naturu's tribution. Those contemplating enter- For over 01 yeaiho and her husband Current expenses 50S t noblemen, designed and intended for a ing in any of the races will please iidvise havo been members of the Christian demucrat, but unfortunately switched o!! Assistant Secretary Joel T. Bmbry, who church. LIAIIIUTIKS. into republicanism, was over from Dan- will gladly supply them with blauka and There is in this county, says the Capital slock paid in, cash Jsoo.ooo 00 Water Bottles, Olive Dishes, Salad Bowls, ville Tuesday attending court. rules. Tho races will be run on a splen- Hazel Green Herald, one of the most ic" etc., in new and elegant Surplus U .id ,1OO0 eo J. W. Husk, of the L. A. N , wm did half mile track. Oait. markablo preachers, perhaps to be found 1'ndivided protils designs. e have also a fine selection of imported . ... ., hero this week to testify that hu did not in Kentucky. Wo refer to the Rev. "" MO,i;o hoJioj.jjo Mn. James Hutchinson, who adver tell Mr. Nzemoro to jump oil the tram Reuben Smith, who is now SS years of Dje National II inks.. '."3 35 739 93 and break his neck, w lien he ia nlleged Used in tins paper for his two lost horses age and preaches nt some point every Due Mate Hanks K: Hankers.. I.?53 30 found them the other day on the top of to have jumped trom one in motion. Sunday. Ho never rides, but walks to a high knob near his home in tho Hales' TATK OF KENTUCKY.) Mies Mahy Bhioiit has returned from each of his appointments), and no conCounty of Lincoln Well vicinity. Rascals had evidently UustouviUe. The number of pupils did John It. Owsley, Cashier of the Farmers Hmk dition of tho weather ever causes him to V rm t Co, n Hank located and doing not warrant the continuance of the Nor- ridden them, for each horses' back show- fail. He is a shouting Methodist. We want you to call and see these goods, The prices we know on Main street in the town of Siacford. butimss ed tho print of a saddle, and besides they in sid mal school with two teachers, so Prof. A dispatch from Lawrenceburg sas county, teing duly sworn, says that the forgoing will please you. report is in all resnects a true int..m.,i 7 .," were considerably the worse for tho ex . C. Uriustead returned to Danville. that Blder O. B. Powell, now in charge conuiiion of said hank at the close of business on nc isinaayoi June, 1894, to tho best ol Prof. M. G. Thomson will teach a class cessive exercise thoy no doubt got. of a church nt Glasgow, has been called iiuvir,gc aim Dtuci; anu turtnor says th.V his the business of said bank has been transacted at the of perhaps ten. Oi'it dry goods and clothing merchants to the pastorate of tho Lawrenceburg location named, and not elsewhere; and that he Misa Julia Stitt, who has been in have wisely concluded to join tho church and that he ia prominently spo- above report is made n compliance with an ol ficial notice received trom the Secretary ol btato Mrs. A. A. McKinney'a millinery hero m en in early closing, bo beginning ken of as tho probablo candidate for designating the iSth day ol June, !Sol, as the day on which such report shall be made. for three months, left yesterday for CritMesars. S. II. Shanks, D. W. Congress on tho prohibition ticket in ttn'a H OWSLEY, Cashier. JOHN tenden, Ky., where alio will visit friends Vandeveer, H. F. Jones it Son, Severance district. If aught from us could influence S. H SHANKS, Director. J S OWSLEY. Sr.. Director. before returning to her homo in Coving- it Son, H. J. McKoberta and Hughes it him, we should urgo against his accep A. W. CARPENTKH, Director. ton. She is a very excellent young lady Tate will close their stores at 7 o'clock tance of tho latter. He is said to be a Sworn to before me by I. H. Owsley, this June My , 18, itv,4. V. M. IlKICHT, N ! L. C. , S4, $5, S5.50. $6 and $9 Leather Bottom, Rocker and during hero short stay hero made each evening except Saturdays. Tho most promising prencher. He can not Leather cover spring edge coucher, Parlor Suits. in my lasting friends, Lasley but by no Louisville Store would not enter tho hope to be a success aa a means leastly, among whom is a young agreement. man whose attentions were most marked. In the year which has just closed the CitAio Maktin, a youth of IS, was total receipts of the American Bible SoI am now ready to dellvei manufactured Ice tried Wednesday for abusing his CITY AND ViniNITY. ciety were (J0'J,72tl SO. The total cash Irom the Stanford Factory to customers regularlv every morning at the rale of FIFTY CENTS I have the most complete line of Bed-rooMrs. M. A. Martin, as well Suites ever handled in disbursements for general purpoeea PER HUNDRED POUND LOIS and over, and Stankohd Fair, July 10 and 'JO. sb breaking up eomo of her furniture. Stanford. Solid oak suites from Si 5 to $60. Walnut and natural 7'C amounted to f 570,792,03. TheScripturea at 10 in smaller lot. E. I1UE.MEK, Stanford. cherry, book cases, hall trees, center tables, combination desks, sideTrade with Danks, tho peopled jewel- The old lady came in town to prosecute printed and purchased during tho year him but d as tho have amounted to 1,559,0('0 boards, dining chairs, window shades, curtain poles, mattresses and er. volumes, of hour for trial drew near and finally desprings, pictures. I am headquarters. The bottom has raveled out which 1,133,775 wero printed on the Foil sale, eight good milk cons. G. A. cided thnt bIio wouldn't prosecute him nt I villi give 100 reward tor the arrest and of prices. Picture frames made to order On Wardrobes you can presses in tho Hible House. Tho volumes Peyton. of the party or parties all. Ho was let oil' with one cent and my issued from tho Hi! lo Houao numbered smoke house and granary on thewho burned June count 25 or 35 per cent off of past prices.' Large French Plate Mirnijht ol coatp, together with a promise that ho 15, 1894rors so cheap that I will only sell one to a customer. My prices are 1,030,000, in foreign lands, Luiikicatino machine oil DO cents per would 107.090. It. H. nitONAUOH nover trouble tho old lady again. Christian 3 Crub Orchard, Ky. gallon. McKinney it Hocker. no secret but they pay the freight. Work. Ciiicuit Colut has been busy trying An Arkansas editor puts it thia way. Tiik Danville Planing Mill Company minor civil cases, of little interest to bought tho Danville Opera llotibti at auc- others than tho lawyers nnd litigants. "You may bivo all tho stars in a nail ke, tion for $1,175. An order was made Tuesday extending liaiiu tho ocean on n nail to dry, put the There personally appeared belore me, Bky in a gourd to soak, unbuckle the of the peace in and lor Ltnroln county, justice of William the term one week, making it a four Wright, Dr James RitVo and Milion Reynolds, Du. II, Kkid and Mrs. Lottie Holmes of eternity, and lot out the who stite on oath that they arc tho weoka term. parlies who valued the cow, an estray oil the farm of A. have each improved the appeuraucu of Tho l'iibo of Kev. H. O. Sizemoro for aim nnd moon, but nover bo deluded Dunn. The said cow is a sueckle t roan, about C. 10 homes in the West Bud of town by their old; she has ?500 damages against tho L. it N. for with an idea that you can escape that yearsweigh about 950the bush other tail off; she Well Selected, adds 25 per cent, to the beauty and finish of a home. wtll pounds. They furthermore painting them. place on tliu other aide of purgatory state that they regard her as worth eighteen alight injuries sustained in getting oil a My stock is sure to please you in bald cow came to A. C. Dunn's. Anil you pay tho printer." train was stricken from the docket. Tho W. A COFFEY. J P. L. C. "I iiavk found it." "What?" "Tho '3. 134best place in Kentucky to get a clean demurrer toliia petition was sustained It ia claimed for Ilobert O'Dell, of and permission given to amend, but his Wiso county, Vh., that liis general health ! 's easy shavo." "Where?" "At Bd. shop. He has had 17 years ex- counsel refused to avail himself of it, and is still good, though ho has used whisky tho order was made as above. perience in tho business." moderately for 102 years, tobacco iminod-- At our Fruit Farms and Nursenea one mile West A full stock cf Guaranteed Mastic Mixed Paints, Alabastine, VarThosuitoftJ. F.lMcXuttvB. G. L. Car-te- r orately for SS years, and radically voted 01 rtmKsviiie, Lincoln county, we nave as fine a nishes, &c. stock ol Fruit Trees as any man ever handled, Mn. G. A. Peyton has bought tho for balance on notes for property in the republican ticket every chance he ready lor transplanting nto orchard and garden county-rigto soil the tho boom town of Kockwood.Tenn., wbb got. As ho was a Union soldier, tho se- this Kail Orchards of Apples and Peaches will be assorted to suit customers at $10 per hundred. D03NTE anil will go out of tho dairy bus. on trial tho most of yesterday before nice, the cret of his preservation can doubtless be The trees are to mako varieties the best. Everything tuedtd home attractive Before Spring Cleaning. iness July 1. Tho patent ho has will rev- Special Judge Win, Herndon, nnd was revealed in the fact that he draws a pen- - children happy will be found here. For and the circulars address olutionize the fruit canning business, J. A. McKKE ft CO., not concluded. 1 sion. 4 Kincsville, Ky. book-keeper, A. Wooii machine repairs at Tho Masonic bodies of Louisville, have greatly reduced oriceo. McKlnney & arranged for an entertainment at the Hocker. Auditorium, Juno 25, for tho benefit of a watch? Wo have them and the .Masonic Widows nnd Orphans Home. Want now is the timo to buy. They were nev- Tho grand scenic and pyrotechnic spectacle, Aniericiis, will bo given. One er so cheap. Danks, the (eweler. thousand dollars in gold will be distribu Skk our elegant lino of clothing for ted among those holders of tickets who men and boys; ulso now lino of panlH at guess nearest to tho temperature be one-ha- lf regular price. 11. F. Jones it tween June 21 nnd July , inclusive Son. The largest present is JHOO and tho small Mil. J. W. Uoirr has rented the houao est 10. Tho tickets cost oO cents each, of Mrs. Mary Matheny, corner Main and and Masons hero can be supplied by Mr. 11. Penny. Full descriptive circulars Mill, and will movo his family to it, next A. will bo sent on application to tho Mason-i- c week. Widows and Orphans' Home, LouisOne more lot of sample slippers re- ville, Ky. ceived, in white kid and canvasa, black, MATRIMONIALAmRS. tan, red, gray, Ac. Nice lino of patent leather pumps. H. F. Jones it Son. Norman Clark and his m Walt mi Camplx-HaviHe- g, Matu-Kubankfla- nd e Prof. Joe E. Robinson is with his parents again for a few days. Mrs. Bright Herring sold her lambs to Ben Robinson this week at 3'c. S. Dunbar is having some painting done about Mb house by G. A. Scott, of Lancaster. Mr. Bph Pennington has bought a new binder and will K0 to cutting wheat for the public, bb well as for himself. Bro. Arnold wan out flailing and resting and making his friends very happy last week by being with them a few days. Mr. Loyd Bourne and Miss Emma Sutton were married in Lancaster, Tuesday niuht, on their way to a supper at the Fork Church. Xo one knew of it till after tho two were made one. A mad iIok came to J. W. Bright's a few days ai;oand falling on a lot of pups, killed several of them. John hallooed for Jim Blnckerhy to come to his rescue, which he did and killed tho dog, together with all of Bright's canines. An old rooster in this town was seen to fly up and fall to the ground, acting as though he had a fit. Some thought he had been bitten by a mad dog, but on investigation it was found that he wasonly rejoicing that eggs were worth SjC in Ii'b town again. Miss Allie Surber ia here looking for a school, and by the way, she is worthy and competent to teach in any district. J E. McClure, president of the National Bank, of Colorado, accom panied by his wife, is visitinc relatives here. Dr. Thompson, of Kingsville, was here one day this week on business. A bolt broke in Mr. T. Smith's well machine while boring at G. P. Bright's the other day; this let the sweep pole fall against the horse and beimr blind, the old horpe thought from the length of time he had been at work that the drill had gono through and struck eomething, if not water, so lie ran away with the mnchine, fell in tho well and got crippled up considerably. Mon-tro- HI CTOCIQJLAR Dear Sir: Stanford, Ky., June 20, 1S94. After mature and careful consideration, we have decided that it is best to the interest of ourselves and customers to adopt a strictly CASH business, from July 1st, next. In doing this we do not say that those who sell on credit rob their customers, nor do they charge them up with the bad debts, for we believe you will join us in saying we have sold good goods as cheap as any one. You will naturally ask, what then is to be gained by our customers in our making this change? As a part only, of the advantages will say, it will enable us to do business on much smaller capital; then we will have no books to keep, which has required the constant work of one person. The interest on excess capital, as also on amount on our books and salary of makes a large sum, which we propose to give to our customers in lower prices. We assure you we appreciate the generous trade you have always given us and ask you to continue to trade with us under the new order of things, and we believe you will find it to your interest to do so. We intend to keep our stock fully up to what it has been heretofore and expect to add several new lines ofgoods, to make it the complet-est stock to be found in our city. When we say our terms arc cash; we mean by that we will keep no books, make no "tickets for a few days," but cash down when the goods are sold. We intend to treat all alike; one price to all and that the lowest. You will always find that you can buy 100 cents worth of good goods for every dollar you spend with us. Thanking you for past lavors, we are, Yours Truly. SJISVlKBAiTOJH : & (Kf THERE ARE : SOME : THINGS -- d- ONE IS TO REDUCE a USING THE AXE yef-terd- ay e pro-fths- or 1 y Come on With Your Cash HUGHES & TATE. Mrs-Kliz- .i "M 3.' "cy j, CUT 111 : GLASS ! : "l"'T After Dinner Cup: and Saucers, 1 -- gro-eer- y DANKS', $3-50$4-50- The : Jeweler. Don't Fail to See m preacher-politicia- n. i ICE, ICE. Baby Carriages, $5 to $20, $100 Howard. - m grew-mor- e tender-hearte- POSTED. W. W. WITHERS. : belly-ban- d WALL PAPER -- a. uu-le- ea - Wilk-erson- Fruit Trees For Sale DESIGN, QUALITY AND PRICE. TTOUR RKFAXHXIsrG 1 ht MYE A. E. PBNlT,!r. Druggist. LL Semi-Weekly Interior Journa AT FOR A WEEK'S BOARD BILL n .1 eubllsbod Every Tuesday and Friday 52 PICK V.H3A.1S IX ADVANCK will NYE FURNISHES A STIRRING PIECE OF OBITUARY POETRY. ir n Crf-Wh- not so paid 32.60 le charged Nye Below I give a death notice niipenring necessary When In n Denver paper. The party roforrwl to leaves quite a fcquuil of chililroii, and besides being a well known and beloved K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. member of n Beeret organisation hnd trim nave Rowiand at 7:00 a. in., returning kilted two men in an unguarded moment mat s:x during the early days: L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Oronin Tills morning, nt 81S, It. C. Cronln, ..t 37 pm nt 2213 Curtis street, nsteil 88ear. Funurnt M Mail turn goinjr Notth ... to Iwannounoeil later, under nasplcot ujpm tvidenc,50, II. of Q. souin. of Lodge jr.. .. t.iin South - - .. 11 SI P .. ICopyrlBlit, 1MM. 6 OR 8 PAGES. UN Mind Thru Wniiilew lliirk to Tour llunilri-i-l Yonrs Ai.ii, 11 nil He Cniitrnsti That IVrloil With Tmliiy Ilms llu Cclo-- 1 1r.1t tl Iist fourth. by Kilgor W. P- - - l North th - ..... J07Pn South Th latter iramj alio Mil y passengers. Tho shave it calculated on standard nine. S0U1 im it about 10 lainutet fatter . .3Ml rreisk.l N-r- 9Ain Jtara QUEEN & CRESCENT Illuc-Gra- ROUTE. fol- Going North trams pan Junction Cltr hi cv ss Vestibule starts 6 a. m. lows: tlbuio Limited 3 Jj p. m Local 1 10 p. m. Horila Limited 3 Jt. a m O Vestibule 1118 p. m. Florida eouth-- N Limited 12 isa m Local 11 jj p.m. Vestibule arrhes 40 P m Blue-Gra- ss Theio Is one more that N inllns, There Is one more that is cono, Anil from tho earth was tutsan Thursday Just at daw a. There Is n vacant rhnirnt the tablo Along.-Ul- e his n n tweet wife. Though cone, lie's not fo ryot ten Ily the friends that knew him through life. him And yot he letites Two girl ntul a bab boy. worshiped them. How tho wlfu mid For they wire their pride and Joy! Hat now hu's pone. God bless html Pray his soul ri'st overhead. Though mourners lie Ichvoj behind him, Dinky Cronln now U deml liu-txu- nl it IibeirK rapidlv Tho Nobicst and Nicest Goods? G. D. SMIXEY Last year we celobrated tho Fourth at thing pretty and opened and haveembraces every encaRed Miss stylish. I my estate in Buncombe county. In the JnliaStitt.of Cincinnati, to trim forme b.ie Is a nl the Peace in the Can be had In the nmlet Prices lown thn the candidate lor Justice m aim i morning a parade, speaking at tho grove lady ot niucli experience nnu lane of rhxUiuic In- - It a precinct, subject to the action ol the lowest Mourning fnods a specialty. Call aud ' An examination :ivesatikfaction. esamtne before bulni; democratic (iirty . in tho afternoon, greased North Carolina Vltfll o MK5 I'UMl. tui maiiv iiavis nuimr.RAK. pig, razor back. I had a man help me on Mr. Kate Duddirar, Mnacr Stanlord, Ky the fireworks, but in the parade I had no COMMKKCIAI. III.OCK I.. B. ADA SIS. nssistnuce. Juatlceefthe IViW In tkd We had a piece on the melodcon called prrciHCt; subject to the actio of the lii.Javis Verticil Feed Swing Machines "Peewee Bail Waltz" by a young lady. party. Junction City She came over to our house and renOYI.ECOl'NTV, KY. mained. She is there yet waiting for a Are thbet became 'hey run lighter and call Jo RKreater sarirty ofwuk than any uther MwiBtr remittance. She is not well. She hah WMKhine 'I he air cells in her lung. She had her affec- OPKN JUNK 1ST, 189.1. tions blighted eight times by a man here. Lndtos Lincoln County She ha brought suit for eight blights at Thr Liunletta SpriOKCo tnkes plisre la cordially invited to can at the M Asaph Are eButally $o00 per blight. But ha soon as it was to It imtrim nd the public liliie. aa well a lloul and esamiac the ibmjiI that Ihcv Idas o us ol tlcMUKKAV II P. Ob discovered that there was nn enormous placed the aae leased thlin popular of Cap! ami ltaet Them-amanagement clurge . Slanlid, Ky nuiount of climate here invalids began Ilicharcs, hH pioverbial politMca aud at In lis guests. comfort msutes to flock to our fdiore and live on the sal- - trillion culinary pleasure and will be under the pe 1 be uepattmwat eratus bread of New England. cmI chant of Mrs Sallle Hlchardi, whose V DR. V. 13. are lis welt known iu that capacity In Thus there became a great cjtoch. creel la this mulct. Everywhere one could throw a cat by ICllllHt. DKALHR IN- the tail he would hit an epoch. Then MUSIC. Ilui-toullle Ladie3, Your Attention, Please. 800 years later, and then freedom became My Stock of Millinery possible. flom, but he discovered! a good sitofor it to be. Hr ruado Fourth of July possible J. A. SHANNON, Is a candidate for Constable In the Hustouville Precinct. Election November next juLxiLjJLtTixrznTz-x- : 1 Two doors above Post. Ollice. Alwiys on hand 1 Kl-s- Linnietta Park Springs, Post-Office, Ianc-tndldt- e dn-ecratt- e of R. Zimmer, : . u PENtf 0- 7k ( 4 v 1 U-- ew4fyeil lor the icww, try evtmng ami j heie mil oe aancing hops eery Friday ctenliic. 'l"he graad opniiit; ball Irldiiyexeulnc, Iiikc 15. I.INNIK1TA SPRINGS CO , Pie-- r , Tm ; t AR' , Manager 'AS Ri A pooJ narnl has been 1 I Fancy Groceries, Do- Office South Mde Mam St., in office recently vacated by Dr. Lee K. Ilullmia, Staafonl. Ky. Higgins & Watts, . sT V'-- ' aih-wP- 1 Obituary poetry certainly rf . ..wide field for the amateur ioet. While we are on this subject I woula like very much, if there be no objection, to insert 1 1 a verse which I recently furnished in return for a week's board where I was trout fUliing at the time and sorely in need of menu? : $ v mK&MHWES, mif:V' vrrnvM-jmjwuuixu,t.r ., CW rwrcTVTiTnr'vir" ,1 rj.uurmri SEAS03NT "OF 1894: fr r O. . CRAB ORCHARD l.? ir'a.r- - . Foreign and Candies, Nuts. .Dealers n All Kinds Stanford, OV ARl am bsi k (mm of Coal, K'v. mestic Fruits, Tobacco, Cigars. I HsspQOtfully Invited. large 1 tai-lUul- Oral' OreVfird., K$ dlcoeiy by Daniel Tothe Public I loo tie nearly a century or more ago the locality -prints has Utn tli Meicaaf! ol Crab Orchard health anil pleasure seekers. v itn us neanng waters, omlc almophete and home-lil- e at once aRoids to the ei crxatcd del ilitated a Hope and a "anitartuni and The xlcinily abounds with scenes to charm the Painter and inspire tr.e Peel, Sylvan wi")ks lorttlr fur the weary !Io1irk, embowctcd Idlllanl and IlancitiK Halls for the lljht hearted, and Hunting lor the spoilsmen. Hspevial atten-tin- n is clen to the cuisine Terms moderate Krom W to$n per weeV lor further Information, apply 10 ,, Gl 1IOK.MASN, Ptor Ky Crab Orchard, 1 M-Baking'm. Babcook J1 I J. V HSM II li Uabcock of llutk Forest, iienr Civinr's Head. Funeral totnot row nt the iiiciilo trove at the Hitters, eldest At :.'.oin. m. of the 2M inst., H Irani Vine-ca- r and Pearllim llie Itirs with a just and I .(ll.cfc t.vl .ftV of huh I Headquarters lor almost anything el cheaper than ever Mil INKKY, JaitM, a wilt Mm Laura tut imer Ir mi I nn m all, has eiitf)i(cd with me and nn guairatee satisfaction in eter ' (.all aad sec ray irooai yrnj want When you vauta'irst" J M1SSLICCIE IIKAZI.KV, Stanford, Ky. Fall. All are i.inlially limited. Oh, VInney, class meal for 25c, call on him. JtBsofafely 1 .1 Pure A cream of tarter baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States "Government Food Report. SGYAL BAKING POWDER CO., I For malignant And our sad soiio lui the impression That our famll. will make a lrocs!oa HiacliiiiK o er h of a mile. What could 1m; plean'titer, wot child, Than n jvrcefsluti oer M of a mild? Or who could 11 fairer funeral njiolnt Than one that would lie ocr i hour paslns a t jo'i lmio wont away, pl.old fever had came to stay, . tXh I lr, Ine R ZIMMER. Stanford, Ky. . A plen point? Tho w riter wishes yon FIREWORKS IN IlCNCOMrtE COUNTY, t J Id TOORTH You are doubtless aware that 400 years 100 Wall Street, New York. ago this entire checkered country was men, and are with HOUSE covered back red tho king now they few row, A to driven more moves only remain. I tried to P. B. RILET.lProprletor, jump a red man once. He was on my Kentucky. nine. I found myself skunked. London, Four hundred years ago the streets to my new Hotel jand am better I have moved prepared than ever to accommodate the public. were unpaved. Yon had no city debt or attached Cod Livery me a call. and every convenience waterworks. Give ..- -, tKAAh IllLiB.1, 77 Four hundred years ago in this country there was not a faingle pair of suspenders. Xow everybody wears them male and female. Then America had no refinement, no knowledge of geography. They hardly knew where they were at. Now tho country is filled with beautiful, refined homes, where ono can stay during tho lecture seaou and bo Kife. Four hundred years ago a solitary horseman might have been seen. The Indian was over ignorant and unllrcedsr and shipper of tidy, lie was not refined. Ho did not know the joy of hunting the aniseed bag. Thoroughbred Duroc Red Jersey I have a large stoiioadz at home, made Hogs. by one of the Indians of York state a Tammany Indian. It is a Mohawk Pigi from registered stock for sale, from the bist 2Co evidences of herds in Ohio and Hugh. Call and etamine my swatter, very crude. herd or address R. 1L. Uronaugh, Crab Orchard, brainsabout it except on the back. There there are a few, but I tlo not know whose ir VOU ARK GOING they are. As you all know, Columbus had much OR tronblo in discovering America, not only THE in the matter of money, but he was also discouraged by the press. The papers said it would not succeed and threw cold state And will bon voasc others nt the loiioyazo to a future followed the hiatus. Mtmo rate. THE RILEY d. Times were dull in tho old world, and the pilgrim fathers where" are they? said: "Givo us a placo where God will make them topros-le- r that do paint their houses with white paint, and the blinds thereof shall be painted with green paint, and he that believeth other than did they that had the odor of tho bilge water of tho upon their garments shall bo cast out into the uttermost plumb darkness, and him what take and turn in and paint every house of his'n every other color nor with green blinds upon the same, behold of such a man, look well uiou him, for verily he shall of a very surety be plumb damned and th it without recompenso." Now, these 1 tho words of the historian in the language of King James, who also translated the Bible unto himself so that he could understand it with less efSlay-flower y D. S. At the well-know- n CAHPE1TTER, old stand ol &Wh Jr K ? ' f-i r iCiissX it i ha ! J. II. Grcrn, in BUGG-S- T TOPS. Hustonvillo, Has Just receiM-- - Kontucky. a beautiful line of Ml kinds nf Carriage aad llucsy Tops, Dashe and tenders AND RECOVERED Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. REPAIRED Call and see his stock and Ret his piUes vhiih are lower than an) bod) s II jou want a nn.e set of harness, a whip or a duster Hinder Twine for iI- - aj . r&A vyT UUtt: lor a. 8. t In , Pirsl-cUs- s stjle and at SstUfacWry Prices Refreshing Bath, Hot or Cold, A m JOHN It DeNARDI. Cartuiie Painter and 1 nm.f; btaLlord Ky stylish Hair Triat or CUaN Shaw, co :R. H. Bronaugh, 1 WEST, And what more right hath King James to translate the Bible into tho King James timei than G rover Cleveland hath to translate th" good book into tho language of our time? And so, too, could it not be like the tariff translated in one wny at tho Padticah and in auother dialect at Skowhegan? Some day I will "a'posin" how the Prodigal should be translated, say, iu Bangor, Minneapolis and Texas. Wo will suppose that the president desires to know the wishe of thine three sections regarding tho straight 1!00 A. D. edition of tho Biblo throughout tho republic of the United States. How do you think they would read? fort. O'Brien Cost Wagons AITS Cook it Farmor'8 Bitrbor Shop. ro?S Notice of Dissolution of i" Canton Chil'd Plows. FARRIS & HARDIN. Stanford, Hy mutual conscntuhc partner- ship heretofore existing between A. C. Sine and J N. Mcncfeewill be dissolved on the first day of July, 1S94. gL-CLOUISVILLC 4, Nashvilu R. R. Is the line for you, as its Daily Trains Double dole connections at Make LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLI). BAGGGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information enquire of JOES IUCE. Agent, Stanford, Ky Mi W. A. McQUOWN, Trav Pass Agent, Junction City, Ky wl i I ill f0 IVORY 4ij!!V0RYir Accounts due the firm and notes that are past due and not paid by that time will be placed iu the hands of an attorney for collection. In order to dispose of our stock on hand we will make special low prices during the month of June. e Myers House is the place to buy your We desire to thank the public Opposite the The Drug-Storfor their very liberal patronage during the time we have been in business. Respectfully, all k'inds, SINE Sc 3IENEFEE. School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of Liquors for Medical Purposes. Ky DR. S. G. HOCKER, DRUGGIST. Drugs, School Supplies, Call and see us. The Myers House, The Best Goods for the Least Money, GRFrN P W Proprietor : well-lnnu- n ODK. S. G. HOCKEB, Tlao Druggist. GO TO Stanford, : : Kontucky. John II. Castleman. A G. Lflhsm iRsarance ROYAL "mmm-TSSSrV Company OF LIVERPOOL,. iSOAP 1 -S I am still running this Hotel and will continue t' rfive my "et tl e ihiIiii it attenas well i the belt the niuket alfurdi. tion ' BARBEE&CASTLEMAfl MANAGERS, Commerce Building, Louisville Ajeots throughout tne South. W. A. TEI33LE, Local A?cnt. STANFORD, KY. WIFT'S SPECIFIC ? k 1 J?OK i s s entire system, eliminating all Poisons from the Blood, whether of scrofulous or malarial origin, this preP' oration has no equal. . . IHWH renovating the tattne tore on my tongue. I wus treated by tett heal fhytutansl but obtained nt relief; the tort gradually grew worse, t finally took S. S. S., "For t'tghttcn inmthi I had an cured after using a few bottles." C. 1). McLlmoke, Henderson, Tex. and uat entirely TREATISE on The swift Blood and Skin free. Co., Atlanta, Gs. Titorr itssihno. water on it. If he did conclude to do so, however, they would like the refusal of his ashes after his death to put a monument over. When Chris discovered Amorica, North Carolina, ior instance, had no Now, if marks of civilizitioirorthoax. you ride a few miles, how changed! You can hardly rik half a day without Beeing where the sturdy woodsman has cut down the great oak to get a coon out of it. It will take a long time to clear the state that way, but tho people of North Carolina are a patient people. I've only heard ono complaint, and that is regarding Mr. Vanderbilt's brick and tile works. Plum Levi says, "Since Mr. Vnuderbilt has took to cooking tho clav there his family has hardly seen a well dav." Since Columbus' time look nt tho prog-rcmade in tho arts and sciences! Wo make everything now. Up in Wisconsin they make Liinburgor cheese, all but the smell. He is responsible for tho spread of education and reliyion. I am told that the pope has 11 cardinals hats now to bestow hats that he got on election, I presume. Where unce were ignorance, superstition aud idolatry, now there are good books, polished lecturers and thu third pxrty. Coin tubus did not indeed Uiscovei free- - f4 hy&. aovv'w IOlL)bJ r j w W. H. HIGGINS, For Your pecial Attention 10 the Traveling Public. When you vrant a first-cUt- ts turnout come to my LIVER V STABLE. Prices losi.lt the Inr.l times i, at the Myers llouio OtLcc Call or len eo.de r J"i J. V PURE 3C fsr Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Cot-toHose, Rubber Hose, W. H. HIGGINS. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OP STANKMKI). KY. Iron Clad Hose, Reels, &c, Poultry Netting, Screen Wire and Fly Fans. Screen wire doors and windows made to order. CapltalStock. Surplus S200.000 21,300 fOR CLOTHES. rue priocrrcn t gamble co cint:. etSnsMM A. S. PRICE, surgeon dentist. Dru;t Storo in the new Stanfcid: l1l?&1 Owsley Uutldlnj JAMES YEAGER. IP 17 Officii over MeRoberts THOMAs YEAGER. YEAGEK & YEAGER, 109 -- w I', 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN? that the illiupr- - i ai. I -- TO!, TEED AM TRAINING STABLE, Special Kates to Commercial Men Attention of the public is invited to the fac th.it this Is tho only National llauk 111 Stanford Under the provisions nf the National Hank Act depositors arc secured not only by the capital itock, but by the stockholders liability lor an amount equal to the stock, so that dipoutors ol this Institution are secured by a fund uf $o,ooa. Five sworn statements of thu condition of the bank are made each yearto thu United St.u el gorfrc-meand its assets are eiamlncd at stated times by government agents, thus securing aJdituoaa snd perfect safely to depoiitma. This institution, originally established as th Deposit Hank of Stanford in i8j8, then lied as the National Hank ol Stanford in i$6j and as the First National Hank ot again Stantord In 1S83, has had practically an uninterrupted eiistcnce of years. It is better supplied now with facilities for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully solic-teul d. Qn-- a STANFORD, E.Y. call. Nothinic Iliouneedlixery give us a our stable. Set; but us turnout will lease f. In our for rates s 1. t . ""I ri.lviltfhiuu4,ajuu,,rjuiaailli', 1 aid O.tfMit r.ntet ti t jnllrs ifctrtett'i -- l.i' I..-tsln'i-J s. ii itstl !nv i!'.w: I" iifciiwiil T - 1'UrVla. SOLID VESTIDULED TRAING t. t' t iwlnti.rwniThrooeh fiari t Vklnlnre .r.1 Sbri-i.- ul r t'lncisnati t MwarUlu rnuulne H U llrkaat sr ilrrtliu l.leaaianl JUi' I Aik aamts lu sUlir.irt IrtiK'iiirir.i'ir' t. turs t t'allfuruU.axUrum ImtatilU. at Lulujuu I. MMUrTllU UhwttlVuIJtruUijtlll'liits&gutU. HARNESS SHOP of Harness, Djl- -' You will find a eood assortment repairing done by Hasesour lies Saddles. We has e a our rnan he understands his bu.tW mechanic in our t lv lino .jUtIIU. S' C. an-- ill rf Oi . ..,..,.., Jr Ucn't l'i.i'r Atut, ClacluoiU. O. BLACKSMITH SHOP. work and satisfactory Will guarantee 1 iv our horse sheer. nrice draft Ants for DeerinB Machines, the machiue on earth first-clas- s st li.-hte- ife QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. J Tha Directory oi tLIs llank is composed ol Koreitus Reid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; G, A. Lackey, Lincoln; J. W, Hayden, Stanford ; S.li. Hiughman, Lincoln; J. S. Hocker. Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; M. I). Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford. K. L. Tanner, McKinnoy; M.J.Miller, Mt. Vernon J S. Hocker, President; John J, McRoberta, Cashier; A. A. McKtnmjy, Assistant Casnlcr.