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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894062901 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. pSsnsrWSirNk"!!r?; y$)Qt&frfWMl9fi'fc w55l55555St " HyHfwt Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxil LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. JUNE 29. 1894. NO. 35 LANCASTER, n 1 i 4.1 On Motility, V. der John IS. Brown now 80 years old. wan In town (or tho first time in Bover.il veant. Hit imvu on- tertainlng ron.iniHceust'H of his long ami evoutful life in various norta of Km,- i tueky, anil alao in other Stntea, coticltnl ing with an amusing account of hia on reer as a magistrate. Ilia locks uru now u ,ony wn.tenm, m. we are ... op,H that ho may yet survive for years to fc0"'"'1 . -r- herow.8iiotRKrciitcrow.lln own on Monday, but a variety of uiisIiivim, was done. The county republican commit tvu was present, and likewise the. can- l I P" didates of that party, and .mule preliminary arntugmnentH for the primary election to bo held in August, by tho candidates paying their dues. Tho chairman, Dr. I. 0 Dye, tendered IiIk resignation and provision was made for appointing a successor. Mr. M. 11 Tarter then presented his claims before tho party aa a candidate for county attorney, followed by tho present incumbent, (. 0. Godkoy, who is aspiring for the same olllce. Tho Liberty Fair Association has been made up, and the stock haa all been subscribed. Tho stockholders met at the Mouday evening and organized with tho following ofllcers: F. 1. Combest, president, M. K. Humphrey, secretary; J. 0. Coulter, Kd. Wilkinson, S. A. May, 11. Higney and F. C. Land, U T. Pierce, treasurer; W. lloskins, J. II Heyniereon, Hugh J. Thompson, H. A. Huberts, S. J. Hell. H. V. Phillips, J. Wesley, Geo. M Hrown, Hoy Heazloy and W. E. McWhorter, directors. Committee on program, J. H. Heynierson, Geo. E. Ftone, W.M.Myers, J. C. Coulter and J. F. Alstot. Though the time Is not definitely fixed it is understood that it will be held about the last week in August. As it is known that on next Monday a vole will be taken hero on the liquor question, both sides have been working for several weeks very busily, but not acrimoniously. After thocstididatesfur niahed speaking, Elder J.(. Montgomery uihiIu a short addres and Introduced the Hev. F. Grider, of the Methodist church, who for sometime held tho audience, at this time composed of both males and females, spellbound in an eloquent apof the peal against tho saloon In our midst. Elder Montgomery followed giving the patt history of the saloon In Casey and contrasted it with tho present. Ho urged the people to closely examine both sides, go to the polls and vote their sentiments. court-houso HUBBLE. A large party of young people pic- uiced at Speak's Mill Tuesday. Col. Dick Ward and wife left Thure-da- y for their home at Lancaster. There are several very serious cases of typhoid fever in and around London. Miss Bettie Baugh, of London, re U. Hlce. Attention is called to our line of School Supplies, Fine Stationery ceived the highest per cent, of any of feeding his pigs J. I. Wilmot was the teachers examined by Supt. Weaver, Toilet Articles, Perfumeries and Druggist Sundries. a few days ago and one some buttermilk recently. of them ate till it bursted open and the Prescriptions carefully prepared from best drugs by a regular drugCharles Mutzenberg, a stenographer, milk ran from its sides. has cotno to London to make his future gist. Win. Moreland bought of Mrp. home. He is a good business man and Droaddus and T. G. Nunnelley a lot of W. . makes court reporting a specialty. also receivlambs at lie. Mr. Moreland H. C. Thompson eays he has not ed some cull lambs here at 2c. Danville. Mrs. Sal e Veal Oelze, ALL ABOARD FOR CLEVELAND lost confidence in Cleveland and to Mrs. Nannie Stone, of Stanford, is wife of Mr. It. L. Oelze, of Cioverport, visiting friends and relatives here. Mish On Account or Christian Endeavor Conven and daughter of Mrs Alict Veal, of this prove it he proposes to name the now Hon, July Uth to loth, Eugenia Ware, of McKinney, is visiting city, died In Louisville Monday after- boy that was born Monday night, Grov-e- r. The Big 4 Roule Will sell Tickets at Half noon. This death was peculiarly sad. her aunt, Mrs. EugeuiH Hubble. Mr. Sneehan has sold; nearly all of Rate. 4 Trains Every Day. On the of January the debased was his western horses and they can be seen The Southern Magazine for July ap- I.v Cincinnati o o am 11 45 an, 6 pm. 8.1.J pm married to Mr. Oelze and was 00 happy on the streets almost daily. Some peopears in a now cover and is the conclud- Ar. I levWaud, j.jo pm 7 45 pm. jo m. c 15 pm bride with bright promises for he fu- ple evidently have plenty of money as ing number of volume four. "lrp the No TiiANsrsn at Ut.sciv.v.vn. All ture. Shortly after her marriagb she nearly all of them brought from $43 Coast from Panama" Is an interesting ar- trains of the L. k N. H It , queen A was taken seriously ill, and despite ev- to $30. ticle, written and Illustrated by Walter Crescent Houte, Kentucky Central ami ery effort and resource that was employThe Laurel County Fair will be held Stearns Hale. The fiction contained in Chesapeake A OHo Hallway make direct ed and sought, sho failed to improve. on Aug, L'2, 23 and 23 instead of the days tho number comprises "A Sand Moun- connection in Central Union Station, The remains were interred W. mentioned in my recent report. Tho di here. tain Aggression," by Francis Lynde; Cincinnati, witlt Express Trains of the E. McAfee is feeling good over the arriv- rectors decided to change the dato. A "Tho Boomer's Baby," by Paulino 0. It. Big Four Houte for Cleveland, To se al of a line colt by Nutwood, out of his We can furnish any grade Bicycle at a price that will baee ball game each day will.be a feature Stone; "Bailey's Funeral," by S. J. cure these splendid accommodations It Princeps brood mare, n daughter of of tho fair. Shields, and "A Conscientious Look," by will bo necessary for you to ask for tick JVHOZfcTZE-Stho dam of Lockheart and other Miss Nellie Hackney arrived from E. M. Pelietrenu. The Editor's Table eta via tho Big Four Houte. goon ones. tlowanl, UeLong A: Co., Cincinnati Wednesday, where she has Examine our prices before making order elsewhere. See our Stock. E. 0. McCormick, Passenger Traflic and Books and Writers oiler amusing the contractors for tho water works, be- - '"been attending tho Conservatoiy of Mus-ga- u o Manager, D. B. Martin, General Passenand intelligent criticisms, and tho active operations this morning. ic. Although this is her first "term si 0 also contains instructive articles ger Agent, Cincinnati. Ground was broken for the foundation j has been invited to participate in a con- upon a variety of topics. work cert to be given there shortly. Abiila.nd, Wis. The famous retreat in tor the water tower, and ... m. northern Wisconsin located on tho Wis will probably be started at .1... river. me mere were inree norses .killed near following arc the ditci fixe J to for for the Ken- cousin Central Lines at tho head of the Advocate. Fan's Station Tuesday night by a freight tucky Ftlri: Chequamegon Bay is a most desirable Harrodjuurg, June 17 to 19. traiu. Ono of them belonged to "Little" spot for ono to spend a summer outing, Prendergast, by the grace of a long Lexington, trolling, July 4 to C. surrounded as it is by the beautiful suffering people, still unhung for the as- Dick Kwell, one to Dan Lovel and John Shelbyvillc, July 11 to 13. Apostle Islands. Little need bo said of Hwell lost his handsome little pony. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. SpringfielJ, July 17 to o. its scenic beauty and health giving qual- sassination of Mayor Harrison, says that They were grazing on the land belonging Stanton), July 19 anil 20. tho killing of Caruot was the work of a ities. This place should not bo overLebanon, July JJ to 37. 4, 1894. looked by thoso figuring on a resort for dastard, who should bo put to death by to the first named gentleman. Uanvlllf, August to J. Charles K. Baugh and Miss Laura Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses their next summer's vacation. The tour degrees, cut to pieces inch by inch, his in Literature, Music us Mayiville, Auguit to 4. iat will find excellent fishing and boating tongue pulled out and his carcass bo E. Brock wero married at the residence An. Excellent boardln; department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. NichoUillc, August 7 to to. at this point, and good hotel accommoof the bride's father, D. K. Brock, WedEminence, Auguit 8 to n.. dations at very reasonable rates. For given to the dogs. The killing of Harri- nesday. Charley is for the Versailles, August 14 to 17. further particulars, maps, time tables, son, ho says, was different. "He was a Columbia, August 11 to 34. firm of Faris & Co., and has just comand guide books apply to Jas. 0. Pond, murderer. He slaughtered people by Winchester, August at to ij. Genu Passr. Agt., Milwaukee, Wis. to elevate the railroad tracks. My pleted, fitted and furnished a handsome Lexington, August 15 to Sept. t. May their fuKranllin, August 19 to Sept. t. object in shooting him was to benefit the residence for his bride. ture be 83. bright to them ss the present' to 8. Paris, Sept. 4 community, and if my lawyers were not DarJstovrn, September 4 to 8, Tho following parties have bought Prices lower than any one. fools they would put in a plea of justifinowllng Green, Sept. 4 to 8. marriage licenses during the month of When Daby was sick, we gave her Citttorl. of one of insanity." cation instead TaJucah, September 3 to 15. June: D. W. Scalf and Miss Dora Dis When ho wm a Child, sho cried for Castorla. Sharptburg, Sept. i3 to at. ney; Frank E. Whitaker, 22, and Mies Uuciiln'sArnlca Salve. When she became Miss, ah clung to Castoria, Gernuntown, October 3 to 6. The beat salve In the world tor cuts, bruisess Catherine Whitaker, 10; Wni. Burkhart, Lexington, trotting, October 6 to 13. When she had Children, she gevo them Castorla, ores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap-p- d hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erun. 19, and Miss Eliza J. Brewer, 17; Taylor tions. It positively cures piles, or no pay requir- Bowling, 20, and Miss Louisa Burkhart, I have two little grand children who are teethSee our Spring Stock of and are troubled ed. It it guaranteed to g've perfect satisfaction ing this hot summer weather Puce 15 cents per bos. 1G; H. B. Brummett and Miss Mattie or money refunded. with bowel complaint. I give theiu Chamberlain's For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and it acts Durham. fdnV ff ftS tllMn nf Iln..III. T..1 . like a chirm. I earnestly recommend It for nu luiium. aa4a I was myself taken never without a bottle ol Chamberlain's innCou are with bowel troublts. Home time ago I was troubled with an attack ot Jgh .. . .. : Seashols k Co., tho largo Louisville with a severe a tack of bloody Mux, with cramps .. used Chamberlain's Pain Ualm me urown, tne rheumatism. iietncu vi .L- - iiuuie," ibji ol a boltlo of Itadine merchant of the place. lacoo and pains in my stomach, This completely cured. I have since advised hat hours 1 wasout proven of so much value lor coldt, Ilemtdr and and wat my Iiiendtand customers to try the rem. dry goodsmen, have assigned with liabilthis remedy cured me Within 34 croup many of of bed and doing my house work. Mrs. W. ,, I -" .v.. .UW...5I. WUU edvandnll sneak hichlv of It. oiuion Uoldbaum. "?...: 1 wu . T.. u, know ,"" ortn are willing- to be without it. Korl San Luit Rey.Cal. for Kale by Dr. S. G. Hock-e- ities stated at $00,000, aud numinal asuuncaa. icau. in B- - Hfc. W. L. Withers, Salesman. aje br Dr.S. O. Hockr,.Drugsisl, Stanford. sets of $140,000. sale by Dr. tf. G. Ilocker, Druggist, fctaoiord. Uruggtst, Stanford. Car-mlcl- Epl. Pennington killed a rattle snako with eight rattles a few days ago. Mrs. John Lewis Yeokoy has a turkey that laid G5 eggs and went to setting. Prof. T. M. Goodknight and wife, of Frankfort, are visiting her sister, Mrs. H. eucctss. Tl.tre were river bottoms that beats any in Lincoln about 1,500 present. The program conorHojIeand is being "laid by." Tho sisted of tho Masons convening in the other crops, I am told, are about the av- Hall at 10 o'clock, where they remained erage. Tho coon crop also seems to be good foi a short time, after which they came and haw Harvey Helm shoot one out down the stairway lead by a little white of the top of a largo tree which weighed goat. They then formed a procession and marched up the Somerset road a few h few fractions less than 11) pounds. Spears Fisher is always so glad to see hundred yards and back to a stand locahis friends from Lincoln when they in- ted in a beautiful grove where they had vade Cagey that ho shakes hands in n prepared teats for the occasion. Then manner sulllciently cordial to bo refresh- th crowd was called to order by J. Bing. Ho and his wife lire proud of two Abbott and a short address of welcome nf the brightest and handsomest bovs in by same. After this we were invited to partake of the hospitality of the Masons tin ennntt H ' "W Mi. M.I). Royalty and his excellent I""", ery necessary of hfe that a o" wife and Mr. Virgil Coleman can dia. l bunBry men and women would pense more genuine hospitality in iB crowJ n,J " would have made the time than one very frequently witnesses, BPPrcdye; have seea and I am prepared to furnish at .u.dance'efi,0,rt'len1; citizens, both la- of competent teatlmonv in proof o.' this dies aud gentlemen, working hard to assertion. make themselves physically able to drive An old gentleman in this county has a btt-k over the 15 miles of rough road novel way of catching fleas. He carries they had come that morning. In the a small piece of sheep skin in his pocket there was a speech bv J. G. and when he feels a Ilea perambulating Then came Mr. John S. Van up and down his leg, ho politely shoves the sheep hide up his trousers on the in Winkle, edt'or of tho Somerset Reporter, A. J. Pike tried to tell side in close proximity to tho intruder, and last and and becoming entangled in the wool, the what he know aVout St. John's Day and Ilea is immediately a prisoner and is then Masonry. Betwrm the speeches music deliberately murdered in cold blood. was furnished by the Brodhead Braes Both sexes might try this with pleasant Band who acquitted themselves very creditably results. Siiktaw. 1 - Our Foreman Luxuratcs In Casey. BRODHEAO, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. (To the KdlterofThc Interior Journal.! MiuiiMttiriK., Junk 20. Mingling with Miss Viola Painter wont to Corbin ...... UlU nn'MI Voritllmirv nf "I in C).ln l U R ICHKlr Inmu..i,l . ,c" .1 !.l. ' "' "" ......... . ,7 . "'V "ua I mi exceedingly pieasnnt pns u. j. ouj .. ,... . .... 'Hiir, ,imi. TI, tlrni,llr , t i.ji4 p.HI.O WBS ah " , ..... ' . . ' IIIinnilll'HH. - 'I ... ..uu. ...... tj 1. ...... .,nl.. iriWPil ..... ......I.. ntSln- - 78. wliii-l- i nmntitit . liia nliiim utflUI . liitv ulunliii.1 " u II II VII itiK nnilono to make the Htny of visitors ,1(J by bursars in September last, enjoyed, exerting all energy 'in tlJat ill- Mr. A. G. Tulbott lias become a citl- . .. ..t.. .. - . int. Vl... .......... i;,tu IIIHKO it t. 9nn .f n..H nit, iiuiudii lunn again amii is now ruti- rIse ,.,k1u. ,.y ohpkpn jetUr ,,., fiton a ,,ltte.,.r , G at -- Mr James L,e. supervisor of tho H. t.VOrtl.in else bettor than any p.oplei tlmt can be fotitul in a Sabbnth dav's ' the L. ,S; X. Rttilro..d, is here put- jollrneyi mu ,,H nltwtw, , ,',. tin in h ,!, o furnish water for tho 7 voun .......- whft tin ,,,, w.. ' ,,,. III) IUI tllV tanknt thi - f inn,.. n lttHt few days climbing Mr. Ucubeti Liwreuce, who lived tint cliffs hihI crOHtitiK ravines h aeMrch of pquirrels, lj "liles out of town, died Friday which in Hoiiiu portions of tho county are 'venli.jr and was buried on Saturday In said to be as thick as iMdleru are Biippoa - tl)0 'inetery of the Christian church, ed to be in hades. There will be a picnic at Albright's Thopcenery in aoino portions of the Krove, near Urodhend, on the Jthof July, county is inoro btibliuio thsn the most Tllt' proKramtne will consist of band mu- fertilu imagination can picture. From sic, speaking, foot races, wheelbarrow the top of IJenson's Knob, which la said races, s ringing, etc. Everybody invitto be ono of tho most commanding ed. Mr. J. H. Cans is attending court at points in Kentucky, can bo seen tho Paris. Mrs. Mattio Carter, our energetic beauties of nature in every direction I school-teache- r, anticipates uoine to Ohio from ir,,o CO miles with the naked and the view is perfectly grand. i'Pv Mr- who town Htm point of interest can be una uen hick loroiew montiis, Is some from there, within a radius of tho disbqtter but is still confined to hia room. tance above named. Tho various adjoining knobs look like miniature mountains. Mr. Newland ia a good man and we would like to see him able to get out On Uenson's Knob is a cave of much again. note, several hundred feet in length and The Hrodhead Baud boys have puran interesting place to visit. A spring chased new uniforms and new instruof cryetul water on its summit is as cold ments and are now ready and willing to almost as Ice water and is a magnificent furnish good music for any of the fairs spot for a hunter's "lemonade stand," in the country or other public gatherwhen he is weary and heavy laden with ings. Our bovs have been out considergame. Yoscmitu Is also in sight from able money to qualify and equip themthere, but since it has become a modern selves so as to be profitable and battle-grounwo had no burning desires and we would ask the public to venture closer. Nobody has been to consider their claims and have their killed there in tho last few days, how- figures before they employ musicians to ever, I am told. do their work. Tho corn crop in Casey is looking reThe Masonic celebration at Wood-stoc- k markably well and I noticed some in was a great .,, .." """'" ,,.'" lll - ...,.: 7? ,,.. ,--.,. "" lt rit """in i. m, w - ... inlot ithXlr bJiVT"'. v'T ll, d, 'r1 rara""y A very Btnall crowd attended county : : couri on Aionuny ami Ui.einees was ex- ceedingly dull Tho farmers aro busy harvesting. Wednesday's Courier-Journsaid that tho Balary of tho Lancaster postmss' ter had been reduced from $1,200 to per annum. Mr. Robt. Brocket!, of Wost Liok, . Va., has rented the Hemphill and about August vlst will open a stock of dry goods and clothing Oen. P. Watt Hardin addressed a large audience at tho court house Mon day and added many to his already long list of friends and admirers in Garrard. The Peacock property was put up at auction Monday. Capt. Win. Herndon bought the store-rooon West side of tho public square for $S50. The residence on Danville street was knocked oil to It. E. Hughes at $1,105. Wednesday afternoon while Dr. J. W. Grant was up in a tree sawing off a limb, he lost his footing and fell to the PlCjxCaBMSMwfc3BT VMVAJJk c?l 'Vv'Ji ground. He wbb picked up unconscious and taken in the house where he was revived. No bones were broken, but he is badly bruised aud shaken up. Miss Maye Hughes arrived home on Saturday last, and received an ovation from her many relatives, friends and admirers that was both enthusiastic and sincere. Sho has had charge of the musical department of Cotner University at Bethany, Neb., during the last year, and her success as a teacher bus induced the ED. F. OWENS, Proprietor. managers of that institution to tender her the same position for the ensuing year. She haa the question of acceptance under advisement, and may conclude to try the great West again. Her youth, beauty and musical attainments are recognized by all who have the pleas- Because my friends trade with me, for which. I appreciate and thank ure of her acquaintance. them veiy much. I don't know a better way to get your trade than Miss Leila Bryant is visiting relatives to get in Louisville. Misses Sallie Tillett and Laura Smith are spending the week at O-OOID- S Mrs. Kobt. Rice's at Hedgeville. Mrs. Bo leu, of Poiut Burnside, Is the guest For you to select from. of her aunt, Mrs. George Denny. Dr. Hugh Grant has returned from Louisville, where he has been pursuing his studies under Dr. Louis McMurtry. Mr. A nice line of Dry Goods, Notions, Straw Hats, Caps, Fans, NeckBurt Spencer, of Louisville, was here wear, Suspenders Ladies' Vests, Corsets, Hose and Shoes. French Sunday to see his parente. .Misses Ben-la- h Cadies, Cakes, Bananas, Nice Fresh Butter on Ice and Groceries at Davis and Miuuie Denn.au, of Low figures for Cash. and Carrie West, of Lower Garrard, were guests of Miss Bessie Marks-burWednesday and Thursday. Mr. Sam Harris has returned to Louisville. Mrs. Osee Huffman is visiting her sister, Mrs. M. D. Hughes. M. HUM' sWft, u gwTj al ?1,-10- ... ... CARRARO COUNTY. CUMBERLAND FALLS JiOTLL, I 0 etoro-roou- m HBBss X OPENS JITjtfE 1594. SXOAWEEKc I MEET WITH SUCCESS. WHY? THE BEST I I HAVE JUST RECEIVED J. C. Nich-olasviil- e, y, FLORENCE. r-- TmQTTTsfrt i n P1 ll LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. A JJJElUEi t) Drugs, Paints and Wall e. Paper. 1 Bicycles .AVIE IlTOTJ O-OOH- D McROBERTS, Stanford 1 Hap-ida- n, T vol-um- ; ! mm -- Z ... W .H. WEAKEN & CO. 4 Stanford Female College. Next Session Begins Tuesday, Sep. 1 1 book-keep- er WE ARE IN IT. i 1 m m m Disc Harrows, Geo. "W. Brown Cultivators, Corn Planters. chil-dre- n a 1 1 1 one-thir- d iion-ai- a, iiu.u L.I-- I - r, I Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, and Farming Implements. WEARE2T. ?'-- .. rf.. '.. .i.. . 'A&'&!'u NWLtv .Wtri'.WA'V ..i-- t .' --- " L .Uj WVSwg-ys i ! I I . ' Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal June 29, 1SD-- j: ' I ! f 8tanford, Kv, W. P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIG NOMINEES. :f .. on ' CO.VUKKSS .JAS. 11 MTREAItY 1 u For County Judge ' Clerk Attorney- J AS. WALKER GIVHNS - Sheriff Assessor G. U. COOFKR J. U. PAXTON ....T. D. XEWLAXD E. D. Jailer .. KENXKDV ... .0. W. DEHOR!) TnK asaaeaination of Preehlent Carnot, of France, by au anarchist, continues to bo the leading topic with all civilized nations. They stand appalled at the horrible crime, which in the last 30 years has twice had its counterpart in this country, ; r KSf hH he was on trial for criminal assault, nnd hndent ortor let him go com Jio wns Mich was beaten aud left for dead by a band of n comfort 2 her around tho houscv mil Lithuanians who were accompanied by wny Mto let bil coiuo nn won wo was goin out i herd her pay 2 her i.stor, the woman he had victimized. wol, i nm glnd wo r rid ov him 4 tho nomGen. James P. Clarke has been inated for governor of Arkansas by the day. bil it mo dident no wat 2 do po wo Gen. told storie- ulnut plaices warn wo convention. State democratic had Clarke, in accepting the nomination, de- been, bil told mo he had Ikh'ii to porno nounced the tariff bill now pending in in noo yoriek onco fc nwn n Growing impatient at tarrying so long the Senate and declared for free coinago niousuuni mesmerism, bil sed u mrsmurism wqs a and fearing that he was going to live al- of silver. ninn wnt rubbed hi lingers over anothways, Abe Kersey, aged S", hung himNear Mt. Sterling English Anderson er nmiw eyes an the man dident no mil short-hor- n Thk Illinois democrats in convention self at his home in Jessamine county. eon of the breed moir, but did wntovur tho mofinomiii 1 told him. He was an honest man and perhaps did- er, T. Corwin Anderson stabbed and inassembled fought over a full endorsei mjs, lets pin mesmerism. ment of tho present administration and n't want to cheat the devil longer of his stantly killed George Alexander. They :vl rite, mmI bil, i wil b tho mesmerfinally adopted this, leaving the inference dues. quarrelled over who should turn out in ism it u be the wut is inosmorisinod. that it hasn't done all it might: "We The so i Bed al rita editor of tho Frank the road, they being in wagons, meeting indorse the action of President Cleve- fort Capital, Mr. George L. Willis, makta each other. now, sed bil, u must du wntovor i tol land and tho public set vices of all dem this startling and original announcement Joseph Whitsett, of Millville, X. J., n & u must miilk b levo u onnt poo ocrats in executive and legislative sta- in his editorial columns: "Spring han seriously stabbed his wife, fatally cut his uothiii. bil tide n hitnkorchouf over mi tions, in all things that they have done come and is gone, summer has come and daughter's throat with a razor and then oyos nnd wo commencid 2 pla. now, sed tnik 2 step 9 tho loft to give force to the principles of the par- is going, the autumn will soon be here." set fire to his house and lay down in the now walk I ward, now stop, now bow. ty as laid down by the Chicago convenparlor to be burned to death. He was did evrithing wnt bil sed nn wen i NEWSY NOTES. tion of 1SU2." The convention nominarescued by firemen, but tho house was bowed mi bed mi bnk went up ngniii-- t ted Franklin McVeagh for U. S. Senator, tho hot stove an it felt pretti warm. Georgw Fry waa drowned in Jerry destroyed. i got mad nnd told bil if hodono thnt thuB again indorsing the policy of electThe indications are that the State Caldwell's pond in Boyle. way i woodent pla. officers by popular vote. The ing such will suspend for an indefinite A young lady was stung on the neck Treasury ho, Rtirgic, sod foil, i 4 got 2 tol u Pennsylvania democrats nominated Edi period June 30. The back taxes, amount- sumthin. wen by a locuBt at Atwood, Ind , and died in u r niesmorismed tor W. M. Singerly, of Philadelphia, for ing to 1200,000, due July 1st, have al feel nni nana u must mnik b n kant levo u great agony. governor, and adopted a resolution heartanticipated, and warrants dident fool thnt and go rito on playin. W. M. Caperton, of Hopkinsville, ready been ily approving and endorsing the upright covering that amount have already been so i maid b levo an went on plnyin, was suffocated from foul, damp air while and sagacious administration of Presiissued by tho Treasury. but felt it just the unim. cleaning out a well. now sed bil, go Inward 3 steps, turn dent Cleveland, which has fulfilled the Henry McClannahan, the old colorTwo young girls near Leeds, Ala., ed pledges of his party and has satisfied the Congressman McCreary, around, set down. servant of i did it while standing on a porch, were struck was found dead in bed nt the McCreary expectation of the people. ma was gono 2 wash & had a tub ov by lightning and killed. resilience at Richmond. He had been a In his speech at Hutchinson Monday, The Nicholasville water works will member of the household for 20 years. bluo water standiu on th floor, i bat in it Col. Breckinridge gave himself and Col. close down July 1st, because the town During that time he continued a staunch gosh i was mad. i was sknrt 2. i got credit for origina- refuses to pay for water furnished. Craddock the entire republican, but always voted for Mr. Mc up nn pulled th hatikerclief off mi eyes Ho ting the idea of the World's Fair. Caleb Godly, a negro of 23, was an luked 4 bil, but ho hnd gone, i run Creary. was for the enterprise heart and soul, hung near Bowling Green by a mob for nl over th houso lnkiii 4 him, &ovri wnro deciding a point raised by counIn but when he voted against the S5.000,-00- an attempted assault on a white woman. sel, the judge announced that he will in- 1 wont i left a tralo of wuter. ma was appropriation for it, he incurred the An appropriation of $ 105,000 is ask- struct the jury in Prendergas's case that relo mnd wen sho saw it, cos it spoiled tho parlor carpet an clirunk mi pants, lasting enmity of Chicago people, her ed to pay deputy marshals for arresting the defense must prove that the assassin she sos i cant pin with bil :mi moir, an press and the Union League Club, and Coxeyites in 14 States and two territohas become insane since his last trial. i dont want 2 oni how. ho nint no "if Christ came to Chicago" with such ries. Otherwise the former verdict must stand gorgio. a record, he would fare but little better Matt Byrnes, trainer of Senator even though Prendergast bo found inNow i ork Mercurx at their hands than he. The candidates Grady, has offered to match the Senator sane at the present time. are indulging in fewer personalties than against Dey el Santa Anita for 12,300 a A daring train robbery occurred on formerly and the interest in the canvass side. the Savannah, Florida and Western nt ORDER OF ELECTION. is in a measure subsiding. A disastrous fire in Franklin de- Homerville, Ga. Six masked men held stroyed a number of business houses. The gold reserve in the treasury hav- Los? about 30,000, with very little insur- up the train, and, after blowing open he Lincoln County Court Held June 11, lt,4, Hon door of the express car, took $1,222 in W . K Varnon, ujgi, Preulin. ing gono below any former low waterance. A copy of the judgment of the Lincoln Circuit cash. They then uncoupled the engine mark, some apprehensions have been ot W II. ai.i Little Bessie Stewart, of Peru, Ind., and ran to a point 11 miles distant, Court tn the cue W. K. Vamon, IVimy of other 1'lalntllf, a.mnit Juil.c thr Lin President fell felt for the public credit. into a kettle of hot whence they took to the woods. coin County Court, upon it motion (or Writ ol Cleveland says, however, that there is no tUy ofjtme 1S94, terv Mandamun, waspn the water and was strangled and scalded to severest ed upon the delenJant i 'udje aforesaid by bn With one exception the cause for alarm. The treasury is in accepting tame, the porltau ot laid judgment death. wjnd atorm which has visited Louisville awarulng the writ f matidamui, it in words and much better condition than when bonds While cleaning out a well near Hop- since the cyclone of March 27, 1800, fi.uret at followi. totwlt; were sold to replenish the gold reserve. kinsville a young man was suffocated by occurred Tuesday. Roofs and portious Lincoln Circuit Coart. All obligations will be met as they .fall foul air and died before assistance reach- of houses were blown away, trees were W. H. Penny, and others, Pllit. ) Mr. Cleveland enysithe due and when Judgment. vs ed him. twisted ofl and electric wires gave exhi- W E Varnon, Judge of Lincoln) public credit will be maintained at all Hail stones as large as a man's fist bitions which startled the spectators. Co. Court, Drft. hazards, absolute confidence may bo re was submitted by the parties upon and weighing over a quarter of a pound Many people were hurt, but no one was a. This cause statement of the question in coniroelr agreed sumed. ersy and ol the facts on file, and upon t e aflida. are said to have fallen at Henderson killed. 4S t on file, and on the motion of plaintiffs for writ which Wm. Stacby, the Iowau wno went to Tuesday. Joy and sorrow mingled Btrangely at ol mandamus, notice olthe courtmotion was waived being advised by the defendant, and The democratic Congressional con- the Capital of the Canadian Dominion. 01 opinion, ana so adjudged that it waa It was th is Texas, and engaged in a land swindling leiral dutv of the defendant as judge ol the Lin scheme couldn't take a hint and in con- vention of the 17th Illinois district unan- A message of condolence was sent by the coln county court to order the election asked foiel the Hon. William government to the French Cabinet on by plaintiffs in their petition to said defendant, sequence he is no more. Some months imously and that plaintiffs are entitled to the remedy go a committee dragged him through a M. Springer. motion; the assassination of Sadi Carnot in the sought by theirme wru 01their motion is therefore roanoamus is Sixty-fiv- e thousand miners in Scot- morning, and at night another massage sustained, ana V.rnon, Judge of the awarueu stock pond and told him to absquatulate. W K. Lincoln ag.lnst He didn't do it, but continued bis swind- land have struck. Twenty thousand from Sir John Thompson, prime minister, Court, by which he is comn anded at the neat tegular term of the Lincoln County Court to en ling. Then he was given a coat of tar steel workers are thereby thrown out of assured the queen of Canada's joy at the ter upon the order book of his court an order di reeling an election to be held in and for the city and feathers and ordered to leave inatan-ter- . work for lack of fuel. birth of an heir to the British throne in ol'Junford and directing the Sheriff of Lincoln suiCarl Larson, aged 15, committed Again he tarried and swindled, and county to hold an election and open a poll therefor the third generation. at each of the voting places in said city, for the Monday morning his cold and stark form cide by cutting his throat with a razor of the American Rail- purpose of taking the sense ol the legal voters of The boycott whether in Chicago way Union against Pullman Bleeping cars said city upon the proposition shall be or not spirwas found dangling from the limb of a while riding on a street-ca- r sold, barituous, vinous or malt liquors tree. and no cause is assigned. tered or loaned therein. Inasmuch as, by reason has resulted in 11 roads from Chicngo be- of the relusai of defendant to mnkc said order at In Tiverton, R. I., all the members ing tied up or crippled. Tho Southern the regular term of said court when plaintiffs apHon. J. W. Kendall seems to have hold said It is now plication was for nomination for of the school board are women, and the Pacific is tied up in Californiaand the election on themade, designatedtooinlate 10 plaintiffs' made his calling sure das tho is made that the schools are the On petition, Congress in the 10th district, and if he claim Cincinnati Southern was to be the point and at the same tetm the aud day oftf June, 1894, enablo the sner to comply can make his election as sure, one of the best conducted in the U. S. yesterday. In anticipation of with the requirements of the law, that the said of attack election should be advertised by him at least two William Neff and his family of 15 republican calculations will go for this the trainmen of tho latter road have weeks before the day of election, the defendant is are all seriously ill at Circlevilie, O , from 3(3 fetatea mar- commanded In his said order tor said election to instructed votes naught. He has been made deputy United fix another and later dav as reasonably near the cabbage containing shals, j now, needing only one more to secure the effects of eating day asked for by plaintflTs as will afford ample heavily-loadefreight cars time for the advertisement thereof required by poison, at his son's marriage. Eight over a large field of conthe nomination of mandamus hewlll in no And this Judge Grace holds that councilmen were uncoupled from tho trim in the L. taw to obey " writ obedience to the commandwise in In testants. omit A N. yards nt Paris, and, the brake not said writ as above fully set rut and it appearing in Hopkinsville should bo elected by cars ran down the track a that the money to py the expeiws that applilegal being set, tho Labor day has now been made a wards and not by precincts, which gives mile below the city and ran into another cants are by law required to psy has been paid into court: It isordered that an election be held holiday, at least so far as Congress can the democrats control of the town. freight coming toward Pans. When tho in the city ol Stanford, Ky., on the 7th lay of Ju. effect having been do it, a bill to that nndaev-era- l ly iSgt between th he hours if 7 A. M. and 4 P. craBh came all eight of theca Mis. Bina A. Otis, wifo of M. A poll to bo opened at each of the voting passed and sent to the president for his of the car on tho trail wero wreckOtis, of Kansas, rejoices over tlaces in said city for the puriose of taking the wiisnpprnis-e- sense ot the legal voters of said city upon the autograph. This holiday business is get- the fact that her con will cast his first ed. Tho loba to the railroad vinous or not nt f25,000. The engineer never left proportion whetherbeor sold, spirituous, or loaned ting to be a nuisance and if kept up we vote to aid in enfranchising his mother. bartered liquors shall liia engine until it stopped at the foot of malt thereiu, the result of said election to be certified we will be perwill not know what day Charlie Bonny, aged 12, died at Cam- tho enbankmeut, but did not receive a to and returned as required by law in the election of county rtllcers. mitted to follow qur usual avocations. den, X. J., from tho effects of injuries scratch. The following officers are app- luted to hold said while a lot of his chums were A Houaohold Treasure John W. Lewis, one of tho cleverest of received election: Voting 1'iecinct, No t. I. M. llruce and U.K. that playing Indians and burning him at D W Fuller, of Canajoharie. N', Y., republicans, has been nominated for he always keey Or. Kinj't New Oiicoveiy In the Wearen, Judges, V. II. Penny, clerk, J. O. Jonei stake. Congress in the 1th district, being given houe and his family would not bi without it. If sheriff. Dykeman John Hanson Craig, the Kentucky procurable. O. A.Dr. Kwg't DruKit, Caukill, II Voting Precinct, No J.1 R.A. G. Eastland and J. Ne-Hales, sheriff, C. C. the honor on the first ballot Of course Diacovery is Ennlenun, Judge.. N. Y , ayt that Cuufrn reined; that he liai Carson, clerk he does not expect to be elected but he giant, died at his home in Danville, Ind., undoubtedly theb-s- for eight Voting Precinct. No. 3. J.M Hail and J. K. and It has used it in his lamily will be in line for something the next aged Hi. Ho was a museum attraction r,eve. failed to do all that is claime-- l for it. Why VanArsdale, judges, Jweph Coffey, sheriff, Wm. . Trial for nearly 20 years, and weighed 700 not try a remedy so long; tried and tested Regu. Severance CEO. U. COOPEK, time a republican president is elected, if Attest: bottle Iree at A. R. Penny's Drug Store. Clerk Lincoln Connty Court. pounds. ever. lar slie joc.and 81.00. ut-mo- st well-know- when Tresidents Lincoln and Garfield were cruelly slain. Their assinations were the work of men, however, who acted on their own accounts. The killing of Caruot was the result of a conspiracy of those bloody and cowardly eno mie8 of society, the anarchists, who sought revenge for the execution of their number, Henry and Vaillant. The French people are greatly aroused and in their frenzy they sacked the Italian quarter in Lyons and compelled the residents to llee for their lives. The assassin is an talian and their ire is excited against all that class of their citizens. The anar chist is the worst of all law defiers to subdue. They do not seem to fear the consequences of their own deeds and are not deterred by guillotines or gibbets. Santo, the assassin of Carnot, rraa sure that his head would pay the penalty for his crime, yet he risked it with the indifference. There is only one way to stop them kill every man suspected of holding anarchistic views. meeting of the republican leagues at Denver, Col., was a speech by Chairman Goudy in which he scored Gov. Waite as follows: "Do not ju lgo us by the wild anJ vicious utterances of our anguinary executive, our profane, turbulent, visionary, inordinately ambitious, niali cious and militia governor, who, though over CO years of age nnd always never struck a blow nor tired n nor did auy substantial act in beshot, half of his country, or in behalf of any of the many States in whica he has resided or tarried, or in which he has been tho g purposes friend of labor for only. His disgraceful actions are mistaken by some for statesmanship on the principle that some people mistake biliousness for righteousness. He has afforded you amusement, but he has brought us contempt, sorrow, shame and loss of credit, nnd has helped to drive capital from our midst, and has done labor immeasurable harm. A fraturr of the 'blood-to-the-bridle- boia-teror- s, able-bodie- d, vote-gettin- The French do things in a hurry. Casimir-Perier M. has beon elected president and Santo's trial for tho ossasination of President Carnot is set for July 23d. The latter will occupy a very short tirao and within two weeks thereafter the bloody rascal's head will drop in the basket. That's the way to execute the law and is in marked contrast with our slow going machinery. Prendergast killed Harrison last October and he is vet to be tried for lunacy, though such cattle should bo hung whether insane or not. The new president of France is a staunch republican and belongs to a prominent family. Ho is said to be a Btrong man and his election is regarded as an excellent solution of n very comp ex matter. John H. Grimes, of Mercer, who gave up the newspaper bueincsa to go Into a distillery, was painfully shot by his own gun, which struck against his bugey wheel. In Ohio three negroes were strung up by tho whites, 50 of whom, armed with Winchesters, have notified every negro in tho vicinity of Gallipolis to leave at onco. William Davis Gallagher, the aged pool and journalist, died in Louisville. His remains will be taken to Cincinnati for interment. He would have been SO years old iu August Joe Carroll, a 14 year old boy, whs drowned in Kentucky river, near High Bridge, while in bathing with a crowd of boys, who had raced to the river to 6eo who could get in first. Helen Witten, of Pointsville, O., chloroformed her parents and four broth-er- a nnd sisters, in order to slip away from homo and marry Hoi ry Wilcox, aged IS. just two years her senior. Nearly all of tho big mills in aud around Pittsburgh, employing many thousand of men, have resumed operation with full force on full time. Some of the plants had been idle a year. Representative Stone, of Pennsylvania, has introduced a bill, which defines an anarchist as any one seeking to de stroy life by the destruction of property, and provides tho death penalty for such attempt. m From Ilpailiiuartvrn. s i it Ml UmVAL'ED 2 BoaKc.SEn:5eBK' ! tomkv W Tl nfe P h k low prices which continually prevail with us. We arc awakening the people for miles around to the knowledge that we arc selling goods at least 15 per cent, cheaper than our neighboring competitors. We have made a convincing argument to this effect by selling shoes for Si that elsewhere cost Si. 2?. suits of clothes for S3 that elsewhere cost S5.? This an argument which is bound to be convincing to those who investigate. HArc the C- - Corn Thnt Jack Mnsln-you introduced nto to tho other night is uwfully bold kisses nvery girl ho meets. Her Brother (sternly) Who told you? Oh, I had it from Corn Iblu.shingly) his own lips. Truth. jonson and mo wil ever spoko npuui ho is tho most unjustful boy wnt i over seed. Is getting low but we arc still supplying our customcrswith everything in nice and new goods that the eastern market affords. 15ut they will not last much longer as the following received from the pro(leorglr ntul Hill. I dont expect that bil prietors of this establishment shows you. deer editor William Pinkerton waa taken from a pla with n. so i went up 2 bils honso & nsked his court-rooat Spring Valley, 111., where nin if ho cood cmn, tut flio nil eho lasto weak wo had n orfnl lot ov rane, an i dident no wat 2 lu 2 pns tho time, coss i codent go out, an inn hed wy dont u haiv bil joiifon cum up nn LOUISVILLE, KV., June 21,' iSp4 T. D. RANEY, Manager, Stanford, Ky. .Dear Sir: We to-day ' advise all our stores to close, out every thing in Summer Goods and with to inform you especially to close out regardless of cost, as we .ire beginning to buy FallGoods for you which will soon be shipped. Hoping that you willjundcrstand that our instructions are positive and that we mean the stock must bef moved at once, We are yours, A. URNANSKY & CO. n 1 the letter if you We are glad to receive such instructions and will follow them to will ccme in and gieus the opportunity. bald-heade- d LOUISVILLE : STORE, ETST., V b, STAITFOUD, 1 A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor T. D. RANEY. Manager. From and after July 1st, I will be just as ready and willing to 1 MM ACCOUNT! o) with parties who have any Regard for Their Word as I have always been, but Chronic will Promisors and Debt Jumpers 0 Please Not Bother Me. gen-tnlmn- j. Accounts due July ist. K. VANARSDALE. T Prices arc knocked silly. head-foremo- st Get your Watches, ; Clocks From- : and : Jewely. - BANKS', : The : Jeweler. Always Something New. I I I TRUNKS, VALISES, STRAW HATS Neckwear & Underwear -- SUMMER- d -- AT- H. J. McROBERTS. d - 1llWifcWfH Ii keceiving His &ftor GOODS. call. t ye, SPRING AND SUMMER cfi-rk- Goods Warranted and a Perlect Fit Guaranteed; Give me . JK-- , . f. Jfj. g- -'f i." .' v'...Vrgiri,tffr.fc., ... JL 1.t Rr T f -- I' m - V r) if eT 4 ! M- - 'tft v.1 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Ky., Jt'.vn 2U, 1891 dTAWFORD E. C. Walton, business Manager MEAH8 BUSINESS. Buy your school books nnd school aup plies ol nil kinds nt A. K. Penny's. Watciika, clocks nnd jewelry repaired and wnrmntt'il. KtiKrnviiw a specialty, Ri a. it. runny b. Tim largest stock of Drrnts, Medicines, roriuinery, mints anil Wnll 1'aper at A. 1L Penny's. lVscriptioim n special ly- - T Dinville. Mh. pimi PERSONAL POINTS. Miss Minnik Uitluy is visltinu in Tom Fkhiiui.l is up from Somerset his mother. Missus Ida and Sallik Hkstlky is viflititiK in juikik ash Mm. j, w. alcor.v went to LouiHvillt) yesterday. Mb. Daniel Mm.lku is very low with a complication of diseases. Mu. and Mrs. John M. II ill have an other hoy nt their house. Mica Annik Laslky, of Parkland, is TisitiiiK MissSusiu Lasluy. Sam Tildkn Cook, of the I.ntbiiior Jouknai. force, is quite ill. to Mh. and Miis. KitNMT G. Mit.nn, oi Louisville, are visiting friends here. Miib.T. A. Hick is up from Louisville, on n visit to her father nnl family. Mil. J. S, Hoi k Kit, of Stanford, was in town Saturday. Richmond Climnx. Mns. W. K. Gaknktt and dniiKhter, Miss Mary, are visiting Mrs. J. S. Ilice. Miis. Moi.uk Hock un Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. P. W. Loan, nt Crnh Or-olia- Will Love was arrested here and taJohn B. Foster sold 87 hogs, ISO lbs. ken to Lancaster yesterday by Marshal average, to J. W. Adams nt 4jc. Mr. Danks, Danks, Danks, Danks, Danks. Arnold for shooting at another colored Adams ehipped them to Cincinnati, lost Tiikiii: will be n big picnic at Junction man, LIge Perkins nt a hop there Wed- two by death and made $12onthelot. City, July 4th. nesday night. Bear in mind the rich stakes for sad I iiopk all who owe mo will call Many noted educators aro attending die stallions and saddle mares and geldand settle July 1st. Mrs. A. A. McKinney. the State Meeting at Danville and the ings at the Stanford Fair on Thursday occasion Is proving n pleasant and profit- nnd Friday, July 19 and 20. Write for Mr. W. B. McKinney having purchased of Mr. Liiikral premiums nnd good nccotn o able one. It will closo with an interest- entry blanks. J. Warren Hocker, dations at tho Stanford Fair, July l'j nnd ing program Yeager A Yeager bought of George his interest in their stock of goods, wc will to day. 20. D. Hopper, a bay mare for 505, n sorrel A heavy rain fell Tuesday night and of Will Baughman at 575 and a gray Wk have 2o cars of lump coal nt 10c from R. J. Marks, per bushel, spot cash. HigginB & auother Wednesday, hut the atmosphere team of continues heated boyoud comfort. The Louisville, for 5250. Watts. weather servlco yesterday said it would W. A. Tribblo sent us the following Walter A. Wood machine repairs nt bo generally fair, and Blightly cooler by from Harrodsbug yesterday; "Kate Mal-lo- y greatly reduced prices. took the firBt tio in the saddle stake, McKinney & Friday night. on corner Main nnd Depot Streets, under the firm name of . I locker. Sadie Grnvea second nnd Matt Colon's I have bought Mr. Hocker's interest rou sale or rent, my house on lower in our Btoro and will form a partnership entry third." We know the old fellow good. He's got the greatest mare Main street, Stanford. W. G. Kaney with Mr. W. II. HigginB. After July 1st feels in tho country. Danville. our stocks will be united. I desire to The Auditor's report shows that the Stanford is not only the best town In thank my friends for past patronage and total tobacco crop of Kentucky in lfeOo We desire to thank our friends for favors shown us in the past, and tho country, but is thuBhndiest.nnd con- ask a continuance in tho future on the was 203,301,72 pounds, as compared with hope to be remembered fn the future in purchasing goods in our line. corner of Main aud Depot streets. W. 201,110,315 sequently the cooliest. for tho previous year. DaB. McKinney. To those who 9 viess county is the banner tobacco counSkvkhanck & Son nnd W. H. Wenren Circuit Court practically adjourned ty of tho State, it showing the largest x Lo., nre Invoicing preparatory to Tuesday, though a session will be held crop. Christian county is second. adopting the cash system July 1st. to morrow to Bign up orders, Ac. The Specimen Gases. Picnic Mr. E. P. Olaypool advertises docket has been nearer cleaned up than S. H Clifford, New Cel, Wu.,wai troubled you will find your money will buy as much from us as any for years. Two men were given peniten- with Neuralgia and Rheumatism; hit itomach place. a picnic nt Duncan, near Kings Mounditordered, hit liver wa atfected to an alarm-in- c To those who PAY their accounts in 30 days or 6 months wo tiary terms, OJio Paul, eight years for wa decree, tain, July 1th, with many attractions. appetite fell away and lie wa terribly murder, and Jim Evans four years for reduced in tleih aud strength. Three botllei ci will extend the same terms as heretofore. Very Respectfully, Electric Hittpri cured him. See our elegant lino of clothing for and they will be taken to Edward Shepherd, llarnsbur?, lllin men and boys; also new lino of pants nt Frankfort Saturday. Mrs. of eiuht Isaac Hamil- runninz ore on hit lee of Electric year' itand-iUcd three bottles Hitters regular price. B. F. Jones & ton was granted a divorce from boxes her hus- leg is sound of Ilucklen's Arnica Salve and hd and well John Speaker, Catawbis Son. band and J. W. James was lined 551 for O,, had fue large fever ssres on Ins lev; ; doctors he You Need Watciiivo. Come in nnd selling whisky on tho partnership license saidUitte was incurable One bottle of Electric rs and one box Huelclen't Arnica Salve rlc cured him entirely. Sold by A R. Penny, druc- get one, wo can sell you any style of after he had bought out Mr. J. F. The case was taken to the Court ISt wntch at a bargain. J)anks, tho jewof Appenln, there being several against eler. A NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Mr Jmn.H of tho same nature. Mr. G. The band hoys have engaged C. II. Se- - L IVnny, trustee of the jury fund, tells dam, of Wavorly, Intl., to prepare them ustliHi the pay of the jurors this term GENERAL REPAIR SHOP. for tho fair. He is aline musician and amounts to 5012. as a boIo cornetist tanks high. Stankord Fair, July M nnd 20. Consolidated. $ i ds CONTINUE BUSINESS HIGGINS :AND:M'KINNEY. i $1 V 1 m PREFER TO PAY CASH W. H. HIGGINS, W. B. McKINNEY. -- 1 horse-stealin- g, n. one-ha- lf Hol-da- I MiM Gkoikiia McGi'intY, of Paris, is MATRIMONIALMATTERS. A Itii'iiMOND paper states that that the ijueflt of the Misses Shelby nt Ar- town consumed .Mh),000 gallons of water Mi&s Etnmn Juch, the prima donna, ea din. Saturday. It was ashamed to tell how was named on the 25th to F. L. Well-ma- n, MlMtHB rClTTIK A.V! YltlSBII, ol AlTIK . nssistnnt district attorney of Ahillne, Texas, is visiting Mies Mary much "red licker" it got sway with. New-York- Chairs and all '.kinds ol I'pholiterinz I.ounzei. Mattrrsfes, Rocking Furniture Repaired, And Varnished 1'rices to imt the times Call and stf meat II. C Ruplcy'sold stand opponte Straub's Tin Snop JOIIN'T. HLANKENSHIP. Main Street, Stanford, Ky. ij im NEW START. iltukii. Mtif. F. sweet sixteener. Robert Fitzsimmons, the champion boy hns come to gladden the Mrs. John Itlaln. household of Mr. nnd Mrs. P. E. Kemp, middle-weigwssmartie I Will and Jok IIapdin, o of Middlesbnro. The mother was the Monday to Miss Rosalie Julia Sanwell, Montlcello, are vinitinK their irotherf lovely Miss Fox Pennington, formerly of of Melbourne, Australia. Rev. Eugene Bell, of Shelby county, Mr. Mark Hardin. ' this plncc. and Mips Charlotte Witherspoon, eldest Mu. J. II. Ha Kin mas went to LexingWe printed for Severance A Son 1,000 daughter of Dr. and Mrs. ton yeMerdny to attend a mertitiK of the T. D. Withercirculars this week, which they have spoon, were married in Millers' Association. Richmond TuesMiss Linda Ouslky left Tuesday for been mailing to the trade, announcing day night. Rumor has it that a clever bachelor Nashville to see her slater, Mrs. W. 11, the adoption of strictly cash business. copy will be lound in our advertising who has recently Mauler, who Is quite sick. embarked in the Mh. Iiia IIkuiiit representing a Coin in columns. business hero and an elegant lady bus curtain houe was here yesterday, All my accounts are duo July and whoso business was somewhat ellected lie now lives at Junction City. January anJ without any exception by the last chance of administration, are Miss Ida Dodson, who hao been visi- those whose accounts are six months past to wed ere many moons wax and wane. ting Mis Kinma Owsley, left Wednesday duo will be charged interest. Do not be Another couple has started their for Arkansas to visit her brother. be surprised at seeing it on your account married life auspiciously by having the Pitor. and Mils. J M. Hinn.uin and and do not ask me to deduct it. II. J. knot tied in Stanford. Wednesday morning, Mr. W. II. Beazley, a worthy young Supt. W. K. McClary attended tho McHoberts. druggist of Crab Orchard, and Mies State e Meeting at Danville. Consolidated. Mr. W. B. McKinney Herrin, a lovely young lady of the Pitor. and Mns. M. G. Thomson, of Christian College, were down Tuesday has bought out his partner in the grocery same vicinity, were made one by Elder nod contracted for n catalogue. business, Mr. J. Wnrren Hocker, and W. N. Briney in tho parlors of the Myers Mns. Clko Williams Brown nnd eon, will consolidate his stock with that of House, Dr. W. J. Edmiston and Miss McKen.ie, of Mt. Vernon, were hero Mr. W. H. HigginB, with whom he will Maud Pettua acting as attendants. Im Tuesday en route to Iancaster to visit becomo n partner again, at the old stand mediately after tho ceremony the party corner Main nnd Depot streets. friends. returned to Crab Orchard, where doubt-los- s Mrs. Linda Haydkn is up from the fntted calf had been prepared for In the annual readjustment of salaries, n visit to her brothers, especially them. May love's young dream never the postmaster at Richmond is reduced to Mr. J. II. Miller who leaves soon for n from ?1, SIX) to $1,700, Harrodsburg from know awakening nnd always prove that foreign laud. ?1,700 to 51,000, Lancaster from 1.200 to there is nothing half so sweet in life as it .Mrs. T. Curry, of Lancaster, nnd Mrs. is. 51,100. Somerset nnd WilJennie Martin, of Preachersville, are vis liamsburg are each increased 5100. Stan "church AFFAIRS7 itors of their sister, Mrs. W. A. Carson, ford and Danville hold their own. nt Crab Orchard. itie I'nited Brethren Church at Mibs Laura Jariioe, the excellent The railroad company nnd Thomas Georgetown, near New Albany, Ind., young lady who has been in Miss Dalton, proprietor of tho Carpenter was struck by lightning and burned. Dr. Johnson said: Heszley's millinery, this season, left House, nre fixing up a nice little flower "A woman for Lebanon Wednesday. garden between it nnd tho track, which preaching is like a dog walking on his Dn. A. S. Phiik, who has been under ndds much to the appearance of the hind legs; it is not done well; hut you the weather forn week or so, went up to place, besides keeps the space from being are surprised to seo it done at all. Tho Agitator, n religious quarterly CrBb Orchnrd Spring yesterday with the used na n pass wny and eudangering published ut Falmouth, is edited by four Inpe of regaining his health. tenuis and vehicles. brothers, all of different denominations. Mr. W. A. Triiiiilk went to Hnrroila-burThe examining trial of Ike and G. S. It is little wonder they agitato things. Wednesday to see his mare Mrs. Julia Craig Dunn has selected Messrs. P. W.Green nnd M. S. Shelby for shooting J. F. Moore at Junction City a month ago was held before "Thp Holy City" to Bing H.ughmnn also nttended the fair. at the ChrisMrs. J. II. Monin and children, of No County Judge Caldwell nt Danville Wed- tian Endeavor Sunday evening next, and un, arrived yesterday to visit tier par- nesday, who held them in 5500 each to tho members are anticipating a rare treat. ents, Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. J. Crow. Miss the circuit court. Col. W. G. Welch and Messrs. Breckinridge and A protracted meeting will begin at Louanna Bibb, who has been her guest, Harding prosecuted. the Husjonville Baptist church next returned with her. Mibs Jxnnik Warren, James Beazley, July 1st is almost at hand and with it Sunday morning. Bev. Milliken, of Lou E. 0. Gaines and Nathan McKinnoy at- cornea another settling isville, will conduct it and will preach at tended the reception given by Mies Marie time. In summing up the amount o1 night only. The Cleveland Convention of ChrisWarren at her home in Danville in hon- your indebtedness don't fail to include or of Misses Bowman, of Louisville, and what you owe this oflice either for your tian Endeavor Societies promises to be the biggest convention ever held in the Miss Beckner, of Winchester. paper, for job work or for advertising, as world. Tho faro for the round trip from you will certainly be asked for tho mon- Lexington will be 50.05. The excursion CITY AND VICINITY. ey. And when we ask for money wo train will leave Lexington July 11th, nt 4:25, a. M. Trade with Danks, the jeweler. mean we want it. Sllll Hllllie S 1)11- of Xewhorn, Tenn., are visititiK mate, Mk-huh. Mr U. W. Bratcher,nMadison counJ. Anthony, of Lebanon, is ceived, in white kid and canvass, black, ty with her parents, Mr. snd Mrs. T. A widower of 47, was married in this tan, red, gray, Ac. Nice line of patent covnty Tuesday to Misd Bettie Russell, a iVreons. leather pumps. B. F. Jones & MlSHKS ill.Al.V (iKNTIIY One more lot of sample slippers re- THE- - Son. m A iihv ht prUe-llghte- r, Stanford With : Fair, RETURN When We began business our motto was Cash but in order to help some of our friends through the hard times we extended to them small credits. We now propose on July 1st to renew our cash system. We do not say that there is no one we will credit. All those to whom wc are indebted can get any thing we have at Strictly Cash prices, and if we decide to open accounts with others it will be due at any time we may demand the money and must be paid. We Libera! Premiums, Rich Stakes, To all who have patronized us and will do our best to serve them in the future- - We will see to it that no concern shall sell goods fcr less money than we do, nor better goods. Our motto shall be the THANKS, ?1 "V V mer-cmti- lo Best Goods for the Least Possible Money. J. Rings For All, Ad-di- July 1 9 & 20. Don't Fail to See the All our Summer Dress Goods are to be sold , at a reduction. We Comes ofT on Thursday and Fri- have more than we want in Clothing, Shoes, Dress Goods. Laces. day, Trimmings, etc., and we want to reduce our stock and mqst do it. So come and see us before you buy. To those who we have accommodated with credit, we hope they loose no time in paying us promptly. 4 HUGHES & TATE. 7' 25-pat- -o Park-lnnd- ou Saddle Stallion Stake. $150 Stake for Marcs and $150 Geldings. S$ eui CIBCICJJLAB Dear Sir: Stanford, Ky., June 20, lSg book-keeper, '1 Lie-cl- e g per-fir- semi-annu- al m Go to tho Stanford Fair, 20. July 10 and The Four Seasons Hotel at Harro- FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. After mature and careful consideration, we have decidto Nominate; $2. 50 to Enter;. ed that it is best to the interest of ourselves and customers to adont a Close July 10, '94. Divided $100 strictly CASH business, from July 1st, next. In doing this we do not say that those who sell on credit rob their to 1st, S35 to 2nd, $15 to 3rd. customers, nor do they charge them up with the bad debts, for we he. lieve you will join us in saying we have sold good goods as cheap as anyone. 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 conThree Races Each Day Including stant work of one person. The interest on excess capital, as also . 5 and 10 Mile Handicaps. 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 The various privileges, includ. given us and ask you to continue to trade with us under the new oring Amusements, Games. Dining der of things, and wc believe you will find it to your interest to do so. Room, Horse Feeding, Check, We intend to keep our stock fully up to what it has been heretofore room, &c, &c, will be let by and expect to add several new lines of goods, to make it the complet-es- t sealed bids, the bids to be opened stock to be found in our city. and decided upon July 9th, IS94. When we say our terms are cash; we mean by that we will keep no Write to the Secretary for fur- books, make no "tickets for a few days," but cash down when the ther information, Entry Blanks, goods are sold. We intend to treat all alike; one price to .all and that Catalogues. the lowest. You will always find that you can buv 100 cents worth of S. OWLEY, Pres. good goods for every dollar you spend with us. Thanking you for past lavors, we are, Yours Truly. BICYCLE RACES. PRIVILEGES. J. E. C. WALTON, Sec. For sale, eight good milk cows. G. A, Peyton. Luiiricati.no machine oil 20 cents per gate, Tenn., has been ordered closed on a foreclosure of the first mortgage, by Judge Key, of the United States circuit court at Knoxville, and will be sold at auction in September. The buildings gallon. McKinney A Hocker. and grounds cost 51,250,000 nnd it has Mad dogs nro playing havoc in many lost money for its English owners from places. The best thing to be done for all tho start. Sinco February it has been run by a receiver and in that time has dogs and anarchists is to kill them. Stnnford Fair, July 19 nui 20. G. V. Dalgren has bought Ida wick for $0,000. Pick- ICE, ICE. 1 SJSVJHBAJKrOJH $5-5- 8 & 8 NQ Gait. Richards writes that there bo will sunk 557,000. contest at Walton's Opera House about tho time of tho fair between Logan Hughes, Tommy Shanks, Ashhy Warren, Will Hocker, Richard Bush aud Sam Burch. Miss Anne Shanks has consented to drill them and in addition to the contest will have her kinswoman, Madame Cecelia Eppinghousen Bailoy, of Chicago, a vocalist of much power and renown, to sing Boveral times during the evening. The proceeds are for n worthy object and it la expected that the house will be filled. another big ball ut Liunietta ht There will be a declamatory und invites our dancers to come nnd en The Knights of Pythias lodge has been meeting twicoa week for some tima in order to keep up with the large amount of work it has on hand. An excursiou train will run to Richmond from Rowland, leaving at 7 A. M. Sunday, on account of the colored camp meeting iu progress at tho Fair grounds $1. here. Fare for the round-tri- p Gen. Cnstletnnn hna bred his great am now ready to dellvei tnanufactmcil Ice customer saddle tunre, Emily, to Gay Bros.' High-lnn- d Irom the Stanford t Factory to ef FIFTY regularly every mornitiK the rate CEN'IS PER HUNDKEI) I'OUND LOIS and over, und Denmark. at 75C In smaller lots. My $3-5- , $S, $4 S4-5- . $6 and $g Leather Bottom, Rocker Connor, Wnrren IJussell's O. F. Clny E HKKMKIt, Stanford. 10 Leather cover spring edge coucher, Parlor Suits. stnllion, wna given n mile in 2:17 nt Danville the other day. , Prince Wilkes, has been I will give tor the arrest and brought back from South America and is viction of the 100 reward parties who burned conmy party or siuole house and granary on the night of June now being worked in Californin. 15, 1894. I have the most complete line of Ued-rooSuites ever handled in Corn never looked better and the It. II. imONAUGII, ' Crab Orchard, Ky. 33 Stanford. Solid oak suites from Si 5 to $60. Walnut and natural prospects aro that there will be the largcherry, book cases, hall trees, center tables, combination desks, sideest crop raised in years. Old corn is boards, dining chairs, window shades, curtain poles, mattresses and scarce nt $2.75 per barrel. John Anderson bought in the East Thero personally appeared before me, justice of springs, pictures. I am headquarters. The bottom has raveled out lor William End, 10 fut heifers and steers at 110 50 to of the peace in and KilTe Lincoln county,Reynolds, of prices. Picture frames made to order On Wardrobes you' can Wright, Vt James and Milton $10. lie also sold to George Hnrrls a who sttte on oath that they are the parlies who count 25 or 35 per cent off of past prices. Large French FlaFe'i Mirvalued the cow, an estray on the farm ol A. C brood mare for f 90. Dunn. The said cow is a speckled roan, about 10 rors so cheap that I will only sell one to a customer. My prices are Entries nre already coming in to the years old: the has the buh ot her tail off; shn They furthermore about 950 will rich saddle stallion and saddle mares and state weighthey regard pounds. worth eighteen dol no secret but they pay the freight. her a that geldings stakes notwithstanding they do lars, ($i8.1 Said cow came to A. C. Dunn's, Apr I W.A COFFKV.J.P.Ltf. not cloae till July 10th. 3. 18.4. . 2:1-1- Don't Fail to See m $100 Reward. Baby Carriages, $5 to $20, POSTED. 1 1 W. W. WITHERS. m ;&UMJt?-t- , sA'lf :mp ifWi. mt.iij(4hA.tue. m .wtee A . . i.y .v-- f UL - ?&? vnr uwalMrfbr'U,w 'psT$fij--&?- i Um 'w vJ.-'t- pi i..1 ui -- , u .. fj CfT "1t" V Semi-Week- EMbllshed Every Tuesday and Friday COMPARISON OF THE J ly Interior Journa AT THE AGE OF WOMEN. SEX IN ENGLISH $2 fn IMCR, YKiUUN j.T VANOK $2.60 will be SPEAKING COUNTRIES. Miss C. tY :4 r II. Piiciitr, t tie Well Known Au-- t ml Ian Writer nuii Lecturer, ltrlatc a Tow l'act iunl Kxprt-isrMtnilry Opinion Argumcnta For Woman SuirniRi'. There tiro English speaking women as Wien necessary. well ns moil domiciled iu nil tho continents and iu almost nil tho islands of tho world. "Mother of Nations" is K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Britain's proudest title, and tho now Vrain leaves Rowiand at 7x0 a rn., returning nations sho has planted, whether at s:to p. m. or still under tho wing of tho em L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. pire, hold from her in their history, traMill cram going North .....I J 37 pm ditions, language nnd literature. Where " " South .. 133pm 11 51 pm (Express train .. South " Englishman nnd Americans go they tako .. . jjorlh. 3iata E.ocs.1 Freight North ..03601 their wives and families with thom'nnd ' South.... ......307pm endeavor ttfmnko a homo. The latter trains alto carry passengers. English speaking women in tho old The above it calculated 00 standard time. Solar lme it about 10 minute fatter. country, in America, iu Canada, in India, in South Africa nnd in Australasia QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. nro more like to each other than they Going North trams pats Junction City as fo- nro to icoplos much nearer to thorn who llows: Vestibule Marts 6 n. m. Limited j 35 p, m Local i:to p. m. Florida havo n different lnngungo and n differLimited 3:33. a. m South N O. Vestibute ti i3 p. m. Florida ent history. Cross tho strait of Dover and you find peoplo whoso laws, manlimited ti.t.M m Local 11:55 p. ni. Vestibule arrives S 40 p. m. CRAB ORGHARD ners, religion and tastes differ ns well at onco. ry.p skvo Wyoming wan xccpticn.il, for it had as their lnngungo from thoM) of tho ii 1JTae ne ar m w v ss S? m' s woman suffrage Wore it was treated Saxon race. Distnnco nnd clhnato Kv. cannot separato as much as languago into a state, but it is remarkable that New Zealand, nn English colony, nnd nnd history ally, nud tho nation making YOU ARE. raco brings with it nn environment Colorado, an Ainericau state, conferred full suffrage on their womon by the which subdues nil who come within tho votes of men within a very few weeks of influenco of its language. the ritie wuh a large Contrast tho manner in which tho each other. In both. Colorado and New Candies, Nuts. Tobacco, Cigars. wtsi am just hack from MILLINERY, which I and tclo-trstock of will Zealand the women seek moral reform, United States within n generation Amerscllchtpr than ever Mitt Laura Jailme, a Ciali urcVartl, ,y. tho making of lvottor laws nnd more penor titmmer Irom Cincinnati, hat engaged with icanizes her young foreigners in her pubrue and I can guarrntrc ..tltfactlon id every To tho Public tnce its discovery by Daulcl Headquarters lor almost anything Call aad see my ifoods. lic schools with the failure of Canada faithful enforcement of such laws as alllnnne ntarlr a rfifiturv or more aprt the lncalltv ready oxist. to n.similnte her French subjects, who :missliccieiieazlev, prings has ol Crab Orchard the Mreeaofl Tho world is watching intently tho health and pleasure seekers. With Its healing Stanford, Ky. b, cw tj wore allowed to keep their own lan km When VOU WAtlt .1 - tlTSt- ,.nl, atrootphere guage. Ulio frrowwi Canadians are more courso of legislation nnd of administra- waters, ornolc once atTiurdt toanu ei.crvatcd siirroundings. it at and the French than tho French themselves, tion in communities where equal rights ShsoIafeJy , for both sexes nro recognized. The xlclnityabounds with scenes to charm the claSS niCal lOT -- 3C, Call Oil lUlll. UH more Catholic than modern Italians and According to tho apparent results, will leaver, Drivea for the wrary llowlinir, Spnniards and perhaps more conserva.11 tho exnmplo bo copied or avoided. Billiard and Dancing Halls for the light hearted, any peoplo in tive and Hunting lor the sportsmen. Especial attenA cream of tarter baking pow- close than tho progressivethe world, though C. II Sl'ENCE. to tion it given to the cuisine. province of Onder. Highest of all in leavening tario and tho United States. Terms moderate From $4 to $13 per week For further Information, apply to Latest United States strength. Our mother tongue is therefore tho l UL' IIU1- MA.N.N, rror Stanford, Ky. Crab Orchard, Ky Government Food Report. mighty chain that binds ns in union. I have indeed been sometimes called a ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., foreigner in an official sense, not being 13. an American citizen, but a British sub100 Wall Street, New York. old stand ol J. B. Green, in At the ject, whose homo is in Australia. Where peoplo rend the samo books they nre apt Hustonvlllo, - - Kentucky. AltVlndsnf Carriage and Buggy Topi, Dashet to think similar thoughts nnd to havo and Fenders Has jutt received a beautiful line of kindred nim. And I can never meet F. B. RILEY.lProprletor, Notice of Dissolution of with more brotherly and sisterly fellow a.. Surreys, Phaetons, JBuggies, &c. REPAIRED AND RECOVERED London, - - - Kentucky. workers than havo clnspod hands with stylo and at Sstlfactory Prices. Refreshing Bath, Hot or Cold, stock and and his prices which In I have moved to my new Hotel and am betUr mo in America. Our history down to n By mutual consent the partner- Calllowertee hitanybodys. getyou want a nice set JOHN B DcNAKDI, II are than prepared than ever to accommodate the public certain point is tho same, nnd though reA tljlith Hair Trim or Clean shave, go 10 Carnace Painter and Trimmer. whip Good Livery attached and every convenience ship heretofore existing between if harness, aBinder or a dutter tale Stauford Ky. cent developments vary in various quarTwine Cr Give me a call. Cook tfc Furmor'B Barber Shop. FRANK RILKY. 77 ters of tho "lobo we are all marching A. C. Sine and J. N. Mcnefee will on, and every step iu tho right direction taken by any of us aids truo progress be dissolved on the first day of Ju ly, 1S94. for nlL Yet there nro distinctions between P. W GREEN. Proprietor Accounts due the firm and notes the women in the various latitudes and : : : Kentucky. longitudes even tho more interesting that are past due and not paid by Ml5l32'2SPH15HsBPl on nccouut of their fundamental agree- that time will be placed in the ment. And tho most striking thing to I am ttlll running this Hotel aaJ will continue to give my guests the poliust attenme is tho manner in which American hands of an attorney for collection. tion as well as the best the market affords. In order to dispose of our stock women havo successfully invaded every XX. nem formerly held ns a masculine pre- on hand we will make special low pecial Attention to the Travelserve nnd havo becomo n great indus- prices during the month of June. ing Public. Breeder and shlpperof trial army not only of hand workers We desire to thank the public When you want a turnout cone to my nnd housekeepers, but of head workers Thoroughbred Duroc Red Jersey in professions and in every branch of for their very liberal patronage Hogs. during the time we have been in educational and clerical work. Prices to suit the hard times. Call or leave oidtr It was not till 1700 that tho Boston business. Respectfully, Pigs from registered stock for sale, from the best at the Myers House Oibcc It "herds in Ohio and Illinois. Call and examine my schools were open to girls as pnpils. Stanford, Ky berd or address R. 11. Bronaugh, Crab Orchard. was only in 1880 that Massachusetts employed women to teach in tho schools. Co A. S. ..IF VOU ARE GOING s And now of tho teachers SURGEON DENTIST in tho pub"o schools are women and OKISTANFORD, KV., ok perhaps more iu tho Sundny schools. Office over McRobertt Drug Store In the organitcd and ready for business wit It new f .THE Coeducation in schools nnd iu univer- Owsley Building. Itanferd sity, and where tho latter cannot bo obPaid up Capital cf - - $200,000. tained universities for girls open to JAMES YEAGER. THOMAb YEAGER Surplus, . '2i 000. them in all states of the Union, and the Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your The Drug-Stor.YEAGER YEAGER, SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL higher education ns far as it can bo had BANK OK STANFORD, eagerly seized by the sex, which was Now closing up) with the stmt attttaand undet excluded from tho schools nltogether a the same management. By provisions of Itsrhaiter, depontort arc as Louisvillc 4 Nashville R. R. century ago, have made n great change Special Rates to Commercial Men. fully protected as at depositors In Jfatlonal in the relations of tho sexes to each llankt, shareholders being held STANFORD, E.Y. School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, liaolc to iu catent ol tht amount of individually the Is the line for you, as its their stock other. Wo leu no longer look on martherein at the par value thc.eol, in addition to the riage ns tho great business of lifo in Liquors for Medical Purposes. amount invested In such shares. It may actat II ou need livery give us a call. Nothing but ciecutnr, administrator, trustee, Ac, at fully at turnouts will leave our stable. Sec us America. 1 'io exploded idea lingers i an individual. Make close connections at novels and novelettes, but in real lifo it for rates. In our To thote who cntrutted their bultiness to us LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI is felt that financial independence and while mnaginfr the Lincoln National Bank ol HARNESS SHOP Stanford, we i here tenderour many thanks and For all points. tho capacity for earning a livelihood se- You will find a ;ood assortment of Harness, trust they will continue to transact their business Call and sec us. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. with us, ottering as a guarantee for prompt attencure women frpm having to marry for addlw.Ac. Have tour repairing done by BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH tion to same, our twenty years' eapenence it our man he understands hit business We have a n home. Real lovo makes tho self sup- meihaulc in our banking andas liberal .coimnodatloni as arc For any information enquire of G. with tound banking. porting woman give up her independJOES. KICK. Agent, Stanford, Ky Or BLACKSMITH SHOP. ence, but tho dependent woman was DIKICTOHS: W. A. McQUOWN, Trav. Pass. Agent, J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon j tempted to accept any mnn who seemed Will guarantee first class work and satisfactory Junction Cty, Ky Tiy our horse ahoer. prices. S. H. Shanks, Stanford; willing and nblo to provide for her. Agents for Deering Machines, the lightest draft ! A. G. Lanham J. S. Owsley, Stanford; John D. Cattleman. There Is n quietne.-- s and simplicity in machiDc on earth. S.J. Embry, Stanford; tho dress of the educated working womJ II. Owsley, Stanford; an in America which I am told has gradWell Selected, adds 25 per cent, to the beauty and finish of a home. J. F.; Cash, Stanford; ually como into favor. At first girls William Gorxh, Slanlord; My stock is sure to please you in would go to tho ofllco in cheap silks nnd A. WV.Carpeoter.MIIJcdKevilla, Ky Shortest and quickest between startling hats, but now they have learnW ll.Cummint, I'reachertvill ed both what is serviceable nnd what is S. H.'.Shanks, President, cl Dr.rj'B. Hwsley.lCishier, suitable. Tho earnings of theso AmeriW. M Bright, Teller. Only Direct Line between can women nro higher compared with thoso of men than they are in England Frnnkfort, Georgotown and Taris, A full stock of Guaranteed Mastic Mixed Paints, Alabastine, VarCarlisle, Maysvillo, Gynthiana, or iu Australia. I think thoy are generalNATIONAL BANK nishes, &c. and Covington. ly better fed and clothed than women &OASTLEMAH in the samo work with us in Australia, Ask forFalmouth Kentucky Midland, Trains OF STANFORD, KY. tickets via run by Central Standard 'lime. MANAGERS, and thoy are immensely more numerous. Time Tabla April i, 1893. Capital Stock cirThey como of families in better Heforc Spring Cleaning. No. t. No 3. No. 7 Building, Louisville cumstances. out think tho democratic air TRAINS EAST. Oon.ir.erco I Surplus p, iu. a. m, m. p. 00 7 00 4 10 of America fosters tho idea that it is Leave Franklort A Agents throughout the South. ' Attention of the public it invited to tho fac Summit 110 706 416 honorable to earn tho bread wo eat, and " that this is tho only Natiopal Hank in Stanford Klknorn 431 .711 nj " Under the provisions of tne National Bank Act 428 Switier 718 140 vT, A. F'B.TBBL.E. Local AffMlt. tl,at a supernumerary idle daughter is dcpotitort are secured not only by the capital " " Stamping Ground.7 a3 438 00 j as great au fncunibniuco ns au idlo sou. Duvall ' ttock, but bv the itockholders' liability lor an 3 10 .734 444 a ao STANFORD, KY. amouut equal to the stock, so that depontors ol Johutoii If women are thus strong in tho 4JO 740 this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. " Georgetown...-!- ! ...7 4$ 457 135 schools, iu tho urofesious and in tho ofFive iworn statements cf thecondition of the bank " 0. S. Depot 7 35 3 00 j 03 8 oS are made each yearto the United States governfices of America, what shall wo say of 5 13 " Newton 3 ao 8 16 ment and its assets are examined at stated times " Centreville 3 21 3 3; them iu tho churches? Mark Twnin, iu by government ngents, thus securing addititoca " 820 Elizabeth 525 345 8 30 C and perfect safety to depositors. his owu humorous way returning thanks Arrive Pans 5 35 tw This institution, originally ettabliahed at the for tho toast of tho ladies, said that Depotit Bank of Stanford in iBj8, then a. " TRAINS WEST. No.m. No. 4. No. 8 No istd at the National Bank of Stanford in iWj and "without women men would bo scarco, p tn. a. tn., a. ,13 as the First National Bank ol again and without womon wo may truly bay Le Paris ,...C 603 1000 440 Sunlord in tSSa, has had practically an uninter4 33 io 10 Arr KlUabeth rupted existence of 32 years. It Is better supplied that tho churches would bo nearly 6 19 Centreville.... .1014 J now with lacllitles for transacting business prompt empty. Not only by their bodily pres- Arr Newtown 10 32 Arr ly and liberally than ever before in its long and 3 40 S. Depot 64I - 032 ence and their regular attendance do AtrC. honorable career. Accounts of corporations fiduWHAT DOES IT MEAN? Mrs. E. J. Howell, MeiUonl, Mass., says ber 7 47 600 64J Arr Georgetown B 1037 ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully 800 tl 41 mother ha been cured of Scrofula by tho uso they cheer tho pastor's heart, but all tho Arr Johnson. 8 10 o jt tinKini that Oi.Qnttn anl frtnt Itoutt It IT ralltt trmrtit Arr Duvall The Directory of this Bank 11 composed ol after having bad organizations which radiato from tho ArrStamp'g Ground 1100 6 S7 830 of four bottles of L'.wnn llnolniuti a. Lis. actum 11 mll.t iliurtttl Ciacinn.tlti lib- 73 S50 M lilies th rtotl t iucinuatl t. N.wUrUaut. IHSiuIltttUrt.il Forestut Reid, Lincoln county; - 3itX2S racnt, and being church as a ceuter depend on women r much other treatn 10 73 ArrSwitzer Ctatinuati U Cruttanuif a, AtUuu, r JckantUlt, t loriia. S. T. Harris, Lincoln; . ..n 17 reduced tc quito a low condition of health, as it entirely. I heard of a city where thero ArrElkhom. 7? 9905 11 33 3 730 G. A. Lackey, LIncotn; wero 14 organizations of women, chari- ArrSumroit SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS was thought sbo could not lire. Atr Frankhrt...A it 30 7 33 9J J. W. Hayden, Stanford ; retweenallefth. aT. points. Thron.h Cart t Vlektl.urrsri'l N. A connects with L. heredi- table, religious aud literary, and only boy of Cured tuy little S.K. BaughmanLtncoln; Onlr liu. running throni'i cars flnelanatl li Knoatlll. ant B connects with Q. .V C. and L s. 0110 organization of men, aud that was fcnd Jl.tlci vU N.w Orleans or Dlrvct lino t.i Teaat .V.hoTllle. N. c. tary scrofula iChihlch ap a J. S. Hockcr, Stanford; C connects with K.. via Hhrtvtirart. Atk alxuttnuri to Callfonila. hrum IaiuIitIIU, club. 'ace For peared all over hU NirlbrvlIL aB LarTnctliur.llmt rouuecliuu la maJ. at LilQWa W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; SUNDAYTRAINS $8 t.ltUttUtul.4trJuatuallpUUautb. It u.sk1 to bo said that women could up all hope a year I had niNEABSOM" II. D. Elmore, Stanford; 00 a. m; Georgetown 10 00 a. not organize, for they wero full of petty m ,Leave Franklort 9 10 37J arrivtj Franklort 11 30 when finally Lve Georgetown of hl Gsa'l l'att'r Ajeat, CuKlnnatl. O. T. P. Hill, Stanford. jealousy and bpitc but that was when P. m Kentucky Midland Ralwayand induced to uso I vai YcJJ K. L. Tanner, McKinney; The Afewlxj "''ttles cured him, and no M. I Mill.. the men wrote the books and made tho Ions form the shortest and QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. route to all f. , eraoa j S.Hocker, President; Ncrth and est. J tymptotns of the disease remain. proverbs. Nowadays, when tho women poitits Sjuth, East, information apply to their Jgent. John J. McRobertt, Cithier; Mits. T. L. Matheks, Mathenrllle, Miss. write moro books and read more books Kor further D. UERCAW'.Gen Pass Agent. C. A. A. McKioney, Assistant Caahlcr. beet, CO Eloo J as SVtn OiMStet tnsllcd free. 4v GEO. B. HARPER, Gen. Supt. than tho men, aud when they, too, can gwti r sracuts Cg..AUata,C4. not to pud charged." OR 8 FACES. EVERY mxiDjir. Blue-Gra- ss Vet-ibui- o Blue-Gra- ts A. SHANNON, crystallizo into n pnngont phrase wis- Ladies, Your Attention, Please. a candidate for Constable in the Itustonville It dom and satire, they can show tho other Precinct. Election November nest sidoof thotihicld. It flattered masculine My Stock Mllllnory Two doors above Alwsjs on hand vanity to supposo that women were so Is bcici: rapidlr opened and it embraces every The Nobicst and Nicest Goods? G. D. SMILEY eager for their admiration that they thine rrttty and stylish. I have encaged Miss a to trim forme Mitt, of quarreled with each other about it. Julia of much Cincinnati, and taste and IsSie is to la a cnndldate lor Justice ol the Peace in the Hut- - Can be had in the market. Prices lower than the sure lady experience tuiivllle precinct, subject to the action ol the lowest Mourning goods a specialty. Call and French novels written almost exclusive- git c satisfaction. An examination of givxls it democratic party. etamine before bujlng MRS l'OKIB T COl'Rlf). 10 ly hymen stil' porpctunte the idea that MAHY DAVIS nUniiF.RAR. Mrs. Kate Uuddrrar, Manager. woman seeks power by influence, generStanford, Ky COMMERCIAL BLOCK JL,. 11. ADA MS, ally sinister, over tlu souks and working nu the relf love of man. la n candidate for Justice of the Peace in the English and American novels nro ptecmct; subject to the action of the dem- Mavis Vertical Sawing Machines ocratic Mll. pleosanter rending, ami the more indeJunction Oity Post-Officpendent women Ik mine tho lens ycsi BOYLE COINTV, KY. Are'ihilw-- t because 'hey run lighter and can do will (hid of this cutthroat competition T. a greater variety of woik than any other iewuir for ascendancy over tho itixmer wx. 1ST, 1894. The ptesetit Constable, is a candidate to for ifxcltc-tio- n machine The (hut America, OPEN It socme a pnrml-.the netten in the Stanford preelnct, MibeCt of the detaocrallc party. Ulectloa In Kovemttsr. Ladios Lincoln County where wo'upii nro a renter nuoinl foico He atka your sappott. Sptmgs Co than anywhere nutUr Itcitwn, should The Linniettapatrons nnd takes pleasure Are terdUlly Invited to call at tho St Asaph the Hotol and CuraiBt the machine, as well at tam give lorw political iover to women than that they 10 Its leased this papularptibllr Renern'ly have rexirt and have pie ol its work. Mc.MUKKAV 1IHON, she has mother fnglih speaking coun- placet! the management in charge of Cnpt. Thomi Slant jrd, Ky proverbial politeness and at as Richards, wh-- . tries. trillion insuiet pleasure and romfoit tn Us guests. Wo havo lutd tho 1uru1icip.il vote for The cullnar) uepartment will he under the pe Mrs women taxpayer nnd liouaolnldors in cral charge oftoo wellSalllc Rtchaidt, tvhnte quart DR. NT. B. PENJNY known in hat cclty to cations are my province of South AatT.U;.i mice need ouiment in this runic. 1SIV1, years before it wa j'irn in MUSIC. England American women are Uitce South Side Main St.. in office recently vacated by Dr. Lee F. Huffman, Stanford, Ivy still struggling for tho lautilnjvil vote 1 A woJi Hand has been employed tor the teawtn. DKALEH IN- specie! heie ttill and for tho k;1ioo1 vote, and t!d. is all hops etery be dancing very evening and opening Friday evening. The grand tl- - battle bjll Friday evening, Jure 15. the more rcunrkablc Hig-gin- s LINNIUTTA SPRINGS CO , Props , is to bo fought stnto by ni.d not : Thomas Kt iiAr, Manager m it like the presidential or the emigio-sion-Dealers n .... vote, to Ik carried nil over the Union J. of I'ott-Ofuc- e. d. Linnietta Park Springs, e, e hi JUNE J. BENEDICT, of 111 1 ij-t- R. Zimmep, Groceries, Do- Dciitiat. its-ol- f. nl Fancy & Watts, Anglo-- 1 Foreign and All Kinds of Coal, Stanford, ua Bakincr yowaer izmYwwtia SEJ5.S03Sr OF 1884! Ix-c- mestic Fruits, Rospootfully Invited. 1 t. ti.-in- r. .. nome-uk- e , , Fure j R ZIMMER. UrTT n.-f-- S. CAHFEITTEB,, well-know- n BtTGGY TOPS. THE RILEY HOUSE Wm n jfcf& Fust-clas- s d. to-f'- m Tho Myers House, O'Brien Wagons AITS Stanford, R. Bron&ugli, Canton Chil'd Plows. PARRIS & HARDIN. first-cla- tt LIVERY STABLE. seven-eighth- NORTH WEST, fflHtu SINE & 9IENEFEE. PRICE, 1 DR. S. G. HOCKER, DRUGGIST. e Farmers Rgnk&Trnst jy & Drugs, School Supplies, DR. B. Double Daily Trains first-cla- The Best Goods for the Least Money, HOQgEB, Tb.e Druggist. Bri-dl- cot-titte- ut ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. WALL PAPER Ky. Midland R'y. Cincinnati an Frankfort Insurance BARBEE Company DESIGN, QUALITY AND- - PRICE. FIRST HirSHS TTOXJH REPAIRING DOJSTE $200,000 1 A. R. PENH"", Druggist., 21,300 - .7 CURES SCROFULA KKKI 109 -- sollc-te- d. ., I BRia A-- Fhrer-i.,- rt. ba-eb- all c jfvvX-recover- SOBlTen y, att connec-cheape- st y ... . il I - .iy .pjJ'ti-iS.-- i- j- - .jig4--'dL4&f!A!- ijsl .gjr,fri!iJsMJferfc ,M- -i ffj VAiMx-fhiiii- i "fefcj