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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894070301 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. yr-m- r W' T 'TTfP-- ' ? 5ft ' -3 'v '' -- m - M r - J vol. xxii. Semi Weekly Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. JULY 3. 1894. MATRIMONIAUrlATTERS. CHUnCHAFFAIRS. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. NO. 36 'i CRAB ORCHARD. T Quito a munlier of LincnRter pcop'o MIfb Hnttio lirrcka hum lierself flpunt Sunday in Grab Orvlurd hih. neur Moruunfield because her brother until after the niRlit nervict to drovo her lover uway. hear Hro. Frank preach. -- Dr. W.G. White and Mibs Mlnnio Mr. V. H. Cummins, of Preachers Urovwi Smith, dauKhtur of Hon. and Mrs ville, received car dressed lumher from W. H. Smith, wore married at Richmond Oorhin Friday and will at mice, erect a Wednesday, new dwelling in that village. Mr. Thomas L. Walker, of the Lex- The distillery of J. W. James doseil inton Leader, and Miss .Moua Joiiiihoii, last Tuesday for this Benson. Mr. Joo of Shelby county, were united in who made thu whisky (jot far riao Thursday. above the nverae yield from the (iuuiti James W. Manty, 03, a bachelor, of ty of Krain mashed. He attends strictly OwIiiksvIIIu, 4ys that lie never kissed to his business. one of tho fair sex in his life and that he Mr. Chris McClure shipped a car of can hardly imagine how such fruit would hogs and one of cattle to Cincinnati, the taste. Mm. UlockridKP, of Toronto, whose last of the week, p'tMi'K there just in time to escape the strike. His cattle husband eloped with her youtiK siateri sold at 4 cents. We failed to learn what Mary Palmer, Sunday, committed suicide by taking prusslu ncid. so really he realized on hogs The mectint still continues at tho had it alfected her mind. Allen Snow, of Parkersburr, W. Va.f Christian church. Hro. Frank's sermons are very interesting but most too much ICI ears uki w divorced from his first truth In them to suit somo of the Chris wife. He married again and hits a large tlans. We nlory in a preacher not afraid family of children. His second wilu to preach the Bible truths regardless of died some time ago, and now he has married again the woman from whom whom ho may ofl'end. Mrs. Dr. I'ettus and daughter, Miss ho was divorced. She had never marMaud, went to Livinou Sunday to ried again. spend tho week with Mrs. W. H. Dil Tin Versailles postotllce was entered lion. Mr. and Mrs. John Henry, with by burglars, nnd fl.tOU.01 f 1J13 73 In their sweet little baby boy and Miss stamps and $105 1)1 in cash taken from Lillias lluchauan, arrived from Knox-vill- a tho safe. The robbers were evidently Sunday night to spend a mouth experts. An entrance was effected with Mrs. W. F. Abraham. through a window in the rear. The burgMiss Linu Kennedy, of Mt. Vernon, lars stole a hand-caand escaped on it. CJtne down Saturday to see Misses Alice Xo Mriko in recent history has excit- and Lorena Hardin, who Kill continue ,(, 8Q ,,.,, ,Rr opposilion Debs' very II. Mr. . Stuart Myers, who vis- - 8tr,ke ,t hftg ,Btllrbed ,)19lm. ser tted tils children a lew unys, jell lor iously and unnecessarily at n moment Nashville, Tenn., Saturday. MIrs I.ncy when there was some marked improve-uien- t Middleton is visiting her sister in Mt. manifest. In Cincinnati an Indie- Vernon. Mrs. John Hullzclavr is lying nation meetiug was held by merchants very low of consumption at her home in and bushiest men, and similar meetings Preachersvllle. are talked of elsewhere, Misn;I.ockie Dilliou, who has been The Ststo teachers' convention, nt seriously 111 is improving rapidly. Mr. Danville, elected Prof. Mcllenry Honda, W. II. Heazley and wife will for the of Frankfort, president, K. H Carothersi present bu at home with his father's Louisville, secretary, and Mrs. Tuck family. Mrs. Gus of man n (.pent a few er, lulsville, treasurer. I lie conveu- III .. I. t I. mm on !... uaya in i.uum iiiu ini c in hit ,:.. will he held next vear at Lexiuuton, by Mr. I. return homo was which was the choice of tho convention and eon. Mr. over and Mrs. Iotiisvillo and Hopkinsville. at the head of the Courier Chancellor vA wards in the case of Journal Job Printim; Company and the Commonwealth va the L. comes to take a much needed rest of a prevent its purchase of the 0. AO AS. ,. Mrs. week s duration. Withers,',,. . decides that the lines are competl . of St. Joe, Mo., is v st ing Mrs. Xill n A. tive; that thy control of competitive Hues HlKgUis at the res deuce of Mr. John H prohibited by tho constitution, and Iiuchauan. Mrs. Simpson and family, of ,, this prohibition prevails, ... the L. fc , Lincaitter, are v siting Mr. . A. Hez- - IN. a to the contrary notwith- , charter loy s family. Btindini: T. A. Goodwin, a conductor on the To The People of Stanford. James Uiver division of tho C. A 0. shot Toihe KJItor Itttctlor Journal.' Is Jail, June 20. As I am to leave Col. II. C, Parsons, proprietor of tho Nat Bridge. It is said that Parsons rehero for the dreary walls of the Statu ural ported Goodwin on tho charge of carry-in- n prison I desire to say a few words thro' colored women on his train for imyour widely rea I paper. Mine la a sad moral purposes, also that these women fate. I would not take any man's life without a just cause, yet it Is the decision insulted female members of Parsons' family. Parsons lived but a few minof 12 jurors to give me a sentence of utes. eight years. May God bless them if they thought it just and right. Since ALL ABOARD FOR CLEVELAND my confinement in jail I have received On Account of Christian Endeavor Convenmany tokens of kindness from the Christion, July 11th to loth, tian people of this city audi hereby ten- The Big 4 Route Will sell Tickets at Hair der them my heartfelt thanks. While it Rate. 4 Trains Every Day. is hard to part with all I love and hold I.v Cincinnati g a am 11 45 am. 6 pm. 8.) pm dear, yet 1 go to my fate with malice to- Ar I lev J xii J, 5.30 pm. 7 43 pm. 00 am. ( pm 30 ward none and charity toward all. No Thanh kii at Cincinnati. All I particularly desire to thank my law- trains of the 1. it N. It. It , Queen & yer for the bravo defeusuthey made for Crescent Koute, Kentucky Central and mo and to thank Mr. and Mrs. Owens Chesapeake k O'do Kailway make direct and Col. Bibb for their many acts of connection in Central Union Station, kindnefs while I was confined in jail. Cincinnati, with Express Trains of tho To my dear old father and mother and Hig Four I.Jiilo for Cleveland To seloving wife I bid n long farewell, with cure these splendid accommodations it tho hoo of meeting them again, if not will bo necessary for you to ask for tick on earth in heaven. 1 hid you good bye, ets via the iiig Four Route. leaving my fuluru in the hands of Him E. U. McCormick, Passenger Trallio who never judges harshly but pities the Manager, I). I), Martin, General Passen the downcast and oppressed. ger Agent, Cincinnati. l.espectfully yours. Odik Pacl. Ashland, Wis. Tho famous retreat in A locomotive lasts about 10 years northern Wisconsin located on tho Wis cousin Central Lines at tho head of the nud earns on nn aversge, $300,000 Chetuimegon Hay is a most deairab'le An elephant's senso of smell is bo spot for one to spend n summer outing, delicate that it ran scent a human being surrounded ns it is by tho beautiful Apostle Islands. Little need bo said of at a distance of 1,000 yards. its scenic beauty and health giving qualMrs. Alice Stone Dlackwell, tho on- ities. This place- should not be overly daughter of the late woman suflrago looked by those figuring on it resort for advocate, Lucy Stone, 1ms taken up htr their next summer's vacation. The tour ist will find excellent Hailing and boating deceased mother's life work. at this point, and good hotel accommoGov. Hogg, of Texas, who is visiting dations at very reasonable rates. For New York, is a man with a largo sense of further particulars, maps, time tables, humor. Ho has two daughters. One of and gultlo books apply to J as. C Pond, them he named lma Hogg and the other Genl. Passr. Agt., Milwaukee, Wis. Ura Hogg. Ho wanted to namo his son Ilea Hogg, but his wife put a stop to 11 iiinr-McClur- e, ' r Itev. H, C. Morrison will preach for l.ev. W. E. Ei8 at the Christian church Wednesday night. Father McGuire, a Catholic priest, got on a riprotring jag at, Lexington and made a spectacle of himself. I.ev. N. G. Terry, pnstor of the Glasgow Ilaptiot church, is taking his first for 10 years. We should think his congregation would need a rest as bad as he. -- Col. J. H. Miller, alias "Happy Jack," passed through town Sunday ternoon wearing the air of a Prince. for af- Several cars of lambH were loaded shipment Saturday, but the stock s J I 1 1 . J ,,.,,,, .,...., 1 I , .... i I . 1 1 4 - that. l'cllowlajj are the date fixed to tucky Filri: IlarroJibu-c- , lit (or (be Ken- Lexington, trotting, July 4 to 6. Shelliyvilic, July ti to 13. SpringfielJ, July 17 to o. Stanford, July 19 and 30. Lebanon, July as to 27. Danville, Auguit 1 toj. Mayiville, Aucuit 1 to 4. Kicholattllle, Auguit 7 to 10. Eminence, Aucuit 8 to ti. June 17 to ;. When tUbj- - was tick, we pavo hor Caatorl. V.'hfn dm w n. a Child, she crlisl for CastorU. When aho became llki, sua clung to Castor), When she had Children, she gfvethem Coatorla. A Versatile, August 14 to 17. Columbia, August .1 to 24. Winchester, AuBiistai to 15. Lexington, August aj to Sept. 1. FranUm, August -- 9 to Sept. 1. Paris, Sept. 4 to 8. llardstown, September 4 to 3. Howling Green, Sept. 4 " 3. Pducah, September 3 to ij. Sbarpiburtf, Sept. iS to at. Cetmantown, October 3 to 6. Lexington, trotting, October 6 to 13. D. W. Fuller, of CanaJohane.N, V., says that he always keeys Dr. King's New Discovery in the bouse and his family would not be without it, If procurable. O. A. Dykeinan Druggist, CatsUlt, N. V., sa that Dr. King's New Discovery is undoubtedly the tost Cougn remedy: that he has usod it In his lamuv for eight veavt. and It has cete. laucu to no all that Is claimed for It, wuy not try a rtrbcdyso long tried and tested. Trial bottle tree at A. H. Penny's Drug Store. ReguA horse kicked H. S.Shaler, ot the Kreemyer lar size joc.and ii.oo. Home. Middleburif. N. Y.. oil the knee, which laid bim up in bed aud cauied the knee to become Buciiln'sArnlca Salvo. stitf A Irlend recommended him to use ChamThe best salve in the world lor cuts, bruisets berlain's Pain D.loi, which he did and in two tores, ulcers, salt rheum, (ever sores, tetter, chapdays was able to bo around. Mr. Shafer has recped hands, chilblains, corns and all skirt erupommended It to many others aud says it ts exceltions. It positively cures piles, or no pay requirlent lor any kind of a bruise or sprain. The tauie ed. It s guaranteed to Kive perfect satisfaction remedy is also famous for Its cures of rheumatism, or money refunded. Price J cents per boi. For bale, by Dr. S. U. Hocker, Druggist, StanFor 1 le by A R. Penny, Sunlord, Ky, ford Household Troasuro. Judge Ed Starks, editor of the HiX-THand a member of the State Board of Equalization, is dead at Fulton. Before Spring Cleaning. Mr. William (iaddis, of tlie MilleJge-villB.. section, died suddenly of heart disease Friday. He had just come from his garden and was resting for a few moments in a largo arm chair when he fell over, dead. He had not complained at all and was never in better health or spirits. Mr. Gaddis was about 55 years old and leaves besides his wife some Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your The Drug-Stor- e eight or 10 children. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Speaking of Col. C. II. Rochester's death, tho Western Recorder says: "He Stanford Fair, J uly 19 an 20. Four yearlings by Alcantara averag- was the last survivor of 10 children. His widow (Jus second wife; is also the last ed JtHO at a sale iu JJostou. School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, Hickok, who has the great stallion, survivor of 10 children, among them Dr. Liquors for Medical Purposes. W. B. Caldwell, Hon. Isaac Caldwell, Directum, 2.031, iu charge, is headquarJudge Junius Caldwell, Mrs. Dr. Helm tered at Cleveland. The Queen Isabella Stakes, worth and others as good. A wonderful fami$10,000 to the winuer, was won at Chi- ly. Col. Rochester was a sterling ChrisCall and see us. tian gentleman of the old school. cago by Clara Bauer, at 20 to 1. Stocks hogs at IJ and butcher cattle G. Nicholasvili.r is enjoying a scan. mag. at 3.15 to 1, are figures of recent snles Andrew P. Crowe, two weeks ago noted in the Winchester Democrat. was married to Miss Carrie Self, of LexH. Sanders bought of Wm. Sutton J. ington. In less than four days she was his entire crop of wheat at 45c per bushtlirtiug right nnd left and the now bus-- ! el at the machine. Lancaster Record. band gently remonstrated with her. j Online, the pacer, won Shortly afterwards she was found out in a the at Le Mars, In., in 2;11, beautiful woodland enjoying a 2:12 and 2:10. Pretty fast for this early with young Fox, of Danville, and this, in the season. was the straw tnat bioke the camel's1 Of the 11 foals of Beautiful Bells, back. Crowe instituted suit for divorce seven are in the 2 30 list, one has a rennd Mrs. Crowe returned to Lexington, cord of U0 and is the siro of the fastwhere she told a newspaper reporter est trotter, Fantasy, 2:0Sj. that in the first place she was forced to Small crowds attended the Harrrods-burmarry her husband against her will by fair, but the show of horses and tho uncle, Mr. Nat Kirkpatrick. "Ever races each day were fairly good. The her since my marriage," she says, "my life association will loose about $1,000 on tho has been a continuous round of misery meetiug. Stanford, because of his jealousy. My husband is Bear in mind the rich stakes for saddle stallions and saddle mares and geld n miserable- wretch, and, if I must say it, ings at the Stanford Fair on Thursday a malicious liar. If he wants a divorce I and Friday, July 10 and 20. Write for Bhall interpose no objections " entry blanks. Mrs. Langtry, the once famous EngGarrett Bros., of Woodford, sold at lish beauty, whoa few seasons aco was the Harrodsburg Fair, their fancy saddle all the raga ou the American stage, has Because my friends trade with me, for which I appreciate and thank mare, Sadie Graves, to L. II. Hudsou, of made a dismal failure of an attempt to them vety much. I don't know a better way to get your trade than Boyle, for ?i00. Sadie Graves wore the return to the stape in London. Hir to get second tie in the mares and geldings beauty has faded and she has but little stake when.W. A. Tribble's Kate Malloy histroniu talent. G-OOID- S took the blue tie. There are nearly 40,000 women cy. t Low prices ruled at the salo of Col. For vnn tn selpet from. clers in the United States. New tl T. B. Ripy's trotters at Lawreuceburg and New York claim half of this Saturday. Forty-sihead of standard-bre- d number, but with good roads the sport is horses sold at an average of ;S9; 20 fust spreading in tho West, and it is only $100; brood mares averaged nine a question of time before the East will A nice line of Dry Goods, Notions, Straw Hats, Caps, Fans, Necksuckling colts and fillies sold for $500; hold second place in French numbers. Wo- wear, Suspenders Ladies' Vests, Corsets, Hose and Shoes, for $050 and nine two nud Cadies, Cakes, Bananas, Nice Fresh Butter on Ice and Groceries at man's Journal. eight stallions for $S75. Low figures for Cash. Last lunc Dick Wheat has turned out at least 25 per old child, ititTtrlncCrawford broueht his n months from infantile diarrhoea, to cent, tetter throughout Hardin county me. It had been weaned at lour month! old and heme sickly eerythlri ran through it hie wathan it promised before harvest. Tho ter through a sieve. I gave it the uiual treatment without benefit. seasonable rains and the warm weather in uch caies butuntil it weighed The child kept growing thinner but little more brought the grass out wonderfully but than wticn born, or perhaps 10 pounds. I then -to giving Clamberlain's Colic, started the yield will not be over an average Cholera the lather and Diarrhoea Remedy. Ilcfore one bottle ot the as used, marked one. Corn has been well cultivated aud improvement cent sire had beenc ntinued a use curwas seen and its has a good color and tho prospects are ed the child. Its weakness and puny constitution f disappeared and III father and believe the fine for a big crop. News. the child' life was saved by this Remedy. J,T. 111. Ful-tonian Morrison is here for a few days with his friends taking a much needed rest. Tney wont let him rest, though, so ho will preach at the colored Methodist church. It is understood that tho Congregational church will make an' ellbrt to buy the Four Seasons Hotel at the sale in September, and will convert it into a school, aiming to make it the largest In the South. During tho period of ifs existence, 10 years, the Woman's Missiontho ary Society of tho M. E. church, south, has raised and expended overfS00,000 in foreign mission work.Mrs. Sallie Trueheart is connected with the Society and has done a noble work for it. Pastor U. A. Dawes writes from Carlisle. "Yesterday I baptized five; last week I baptiz-- d two. These make i!0 that I have baptized since January let, and 150 that I have received into the church within tliHt time. The pastor has done all the preaching. Two of these conversions occured yesterday. We seem to have a continuous revival. Baptist Recorder. The solo of Mrs. Julia C. Duun at the Christian Endeavor Sunday evening was greatly enjoyed by a large crowd. She ha- - a peculiarly Bweet and touching voice, thoroughly cultivated. The Society elected otlicers for the ensuing six months as folio s P. M. McKoberts, president; Mies Kit Hanghman, Miss Annie Alcorn, treasurer, and W. S. Unrch, secretary. Even if there were 3,000 or more voices in the chorus at the Saengerfest in the Madison Square Garden, the chorus was not the biggest ever known. Kabbl Wolfers, the Jewish musical historian, sajs that during the divine service at the ancient Temple of Jerusalem a full choir consisted of 1M.000 men, divided into three great bands, and separated from one another upon vast platforms. This choir was composed of who had noother duties fo perform, and were thus enabled to devote the whole of their time to the perfection of their art. C. t vice-presideLe-vite- - Kev. II. trnin did not run on account of the Our terms arc Strictly Cash and Prices Strictly Low. VVc expect strike. to sell every man alike and to all at the Will Love, a Stafford negro, who shot at Lige Perkins at a coon dance lost week had his examining trial Friday and was held to the grand jury in $200 bail. The Masons are talking of buying back their old quarters over the National Buik. The membership is increasing Examine our goods and convince yourself that vve mean more than rapidly and they want a hall of their we say. Hard times is the cry and money is scarce. Now is the own. time to make One Dollar buy the most, by investing it with Uncle Joe Bland, a widely known and highly respected citizsn, died at his home near town Saturday, aged S2 years. Elder McGowau preached the funeral Sunday, after which the remains were interred in the family burying ground. av Ml W aW HTW MVJ 1 The Daniel Boone club will go into mwam Z S camp nt tho mouth of Hickman y and remain until Thursday, provided "supplies" don't give out. This is one of the oldest hunting and fishing clubs in the State and they always celebrate on tho 4th of July. They generally meet at Island No. 10, but concluded to change their luck this year. Curley's distillery is not far from camp, eo they will have Attention is called to our line of School Supplies, Fine Stationery, no trouble getting yeast to make bread. Mr. Raymond Haselden and Miss Toilet Articles, Perfumeries and Druggist Sundries. Nellie Dillion visited Miss Annie Strati!) Prescriptions carefully prepared from best drugs by a regular drugin Stanford, Sunday. Mrs. Dr. Rogers, gist. who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. W. B. P. D. Gill, left for New York to day to join her husband. Mr. and Mrs. Payne, of Fayette county, are visiting the mother, Mrs Anne Hopper. Misses Pollard and Herring, of Lower Garrard, and Miss Lida Frank, of Lexington, are visiting Miss Mary Doores. Mies Chris- Well Selected, adds 25 per cent, to the beauty and finish of a home. tine Bradley has returned from a visit My stock is sure to please you in to friends in London Mies Locke, of Barbourville, is the guest of Miss Mabel Burnside. Lowest : Possible : Prices. W. H. WEAKEN 8c CO. 2 J ir to-da- DRUG GrwalTYTQ HP it 9j if) Drugs, Paints and Wall Paper. McROBERTS, Stanford. lat-ter'- B WALL : PAPER DESIGN, QUALITY AND PRICE. Alabastine, VarS full stock of Guaranteed Mastic Mixed Paints, Jarett Fitzgerahl died at Hartford A nishes, &c. City, W. Va , nged 115 years. "death's ddTncs. TTOXJR .REPAIRING DONE e A. FEinTy. Druggist. it DR. S. G. HOCKER, DRUGGIST. t Drugs, School Supplies, DE. S. HOCKER, The Druggist. m The Best Goods for the Least Money, four-year-o- ld free-for-a- ll tete-e-te- te I O'Brien Wagons AI7D .1 three-year-ol- d g Canton Chil'd Plows. FARRIS & HARDIN. Ky ... I MEET WITH SUCCESS. THE BEST I I Enc-lan- x HAVE JUST RECEIVED J. C. FLORENCE. i three-yenr-o- ld H.G.RUPLEY,-- my-el- Marlow, M. D., Tamaroa, For tale by Dr. 3. G. Hocker, Druggist, Manlord. Cnam-berlain- V. H. Nelson, who li in the drug business at 't Kineyille, Mo , has so much confidence in Colic, Cholera and Piarrhoea Remedy that he warrants every bottle and offers to refuud the money to any customer wbo ts not satisfied at ter using it. Mr Nelson tikes no risk In doing this because the remedy Is a certain cure for the illteises lor which it is intended aud he knows it, I'or sale by Dr. S. O. Hocker, Druggltt, Stanford. li Receiving1 His SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. . Goods Warranted and a Ferfect Fit Guaranteed; Give me call. a 7 riTftnf -- uirrrni'nT ir-- i MtiirwP",f 1' '''" iMyyfiff' giw &VW KtsSSV? t W"ial PniNDKROAST, who was to have been In a long article on the prospect of THEY BLACKED UP. Kentucky, the hungyesterday at Chicago, was granted republican success in a grudge against Breckinridge, reported another stay of proceedings. It seems Anil Alter the Show Wi Orer They Soiix'tlilng. in the district, but through a corres- now almost sure that the cowardly as The littlo villago of Clydo in Wajr.o July 3, 1894 it 8TANFORD, Kv, sassination Of Mayor Harrison will never pondence conducted by Gen. Robinson, county is as pretty an you will meet in Senators Blackburn, Beck and others be avenged by the law. It is just such a week's travel in this state of pretty denied it in toto, Blackburn going so far failures of justice that breeds a mob spir- villages, and into tho bargain it litis n W. P. WALTON. it and disregard aud contempt for tho great number of beautiful young worn-eas to chargo falsehood and underhand! Awhile ago somebody organized n ness to Viley. Recently the story was law. OEMI-WEEKL- Y lNTERIORjOUKNAL -- THE- n. Great Gat Sale Of last week jecms to be appreciated by the public gcncially. pic for miles around have taken advantage of the I Pco. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. Oil CONGRESS JAS. II 3ICREARY For County JudKe JaS.WALKKR OIVKNS " G. H. COOPER Clerk " Attorney J. II. PAXTON Sheriff. T. D. NEWL.AND E. D. KENNEDY ' Ae$sor G. W, DEItORD JaUer h $ Ti fk. The most unreasonable strike in the history of tho country ia now being pros ecuted by the American Hailwuv Un Of last week, which will be continued until the entire stock of Sumion. The Pullman Palacn Co., finding mer Goods is run down, and truly this appreciation is due us for such that it was operating at a loss, reduced excellent bargains arc not often obtainable at any thing like the wagea in eoaio departments and ahtit Senator Blackburn E.eems to have down in othera, and for this reason the gotten his foot in it. Several years ago Ii you arc anxious to purchase union has boycotted tho Tullman Cara he told Gen. Willa Viley that Col. and is prosecuting a strike on every road Breckinridge made a Woodford county ; TTYTO-Xout of Cincinnati and Chicago using woman's honor the prico of his recomthem. As the railroad companies are mendation for a position in the departunder contract to handle the cara, it can ments at Washington. Viley, who had be readily seen how arbitrary and cause-les- s Cincinnati Commercial Gazette says that And to the very best'advantage the'is'no opportunity like the present. is the action of the union, the troub- unless the signs of the times are very The argument that wcjhave been putting before the people that wc le with which is that it is controlled by misleading, that party will elect proba- jury. Gottleib Mayer, a wealthy Louisvil-lia- u are selling shoes for $1 that elscwhcrclcost Si. 25, an irresponsible notoriety Beeker and bly three and possibly six Congressmen drowned himself in the river. He labor agitator, one Earnest Debs, who this Fall. The eigne, if they point to perhaps should be in the penitentiary such results, are surely misleading, but weighted himself down with a satchel sntiMled. instead of exercising power over tho the writer shows some anagoeity when containing iron. When tho curtain went down, tho It is officially nnnounred that Sir girls went back to wash tho black off lives and fortunes of so many men. He he says "the Eighth is conceded to Charles Russell is to succeed the lato their faces. Tho first one to reach u claims that it is a death Btuegle for labor and democracy. It is for the and that the railroad managers must be present hopelessly joined to its idols." Lord Coleridge as Lord Chief Justice of wah basin took a spongo and began That cost $$ elsewhere, has been confirmed by hundreds of people rubbing her cheeks. To the intense r during the past week, who have beaten at all hazards, but this ia not Correct. McCreary is as certain to get England. visitcd'our stoic and have gone of tho entire company tho black Iio Bank of England's rate of dis true. There is no complaint against the there as rolling off a log. away with more goods for less money than was ever known before in count remains unchanged at 2 per cent. would not budge. It was there to stay. railroad for wages nor are the employees Wc have just received The price of gold in Buenos Ayres The other girls soi.cd pails, basins any- Stanford. with of the roads affected dissatisfied Tub committee of the whole has fin thing that would hold water, got water their treatment. They have permitted ished its consideration of that crazy Thursday was 273. and began to scrub. The black remainHenry Holliday, a Newport convict ed. They might ju-- t as well have boon themselves to bo led into a hopeless quilt known as tho tariff bill and tofight by the fellow Debe, who wins the morrow tho Senate may pa3 it. It is was killed by Gunrd Tannerat tho Frank iiogrtx of the d.trku-.- hue for all tho notoriety he longs for at tho expense of so radically different from the Wileon fort penitentiary, where he attempted to impression tiny made on tho color. Tiiciv were hysterics and all that sort those he deludes. They will bo beaten, bill that the House may give it the cold take his pistol from him. Which we will put on sale this week at'io Cents a big line of light Granier, a supposed accomplice of of thing, but tho black never budged. they deserve to be, and many will Bhoulder, but it will doubtless act on the as Tho girls scrubbed and cried nud and daik Derby Hats for men, which wc wUUctgo at the low price of lose the places they have worked long to principle that a half loaf is better than Santo, tho assassin of M. Carnot, whs cried and orubled with tho effect of secure. No strike can be successfully no bread and end the suspense that the surrounded by detectives, hut killed him-ss- netting off mnne small jHitclitH of black 50c. Don't foiget to look at rather than be taken. prosecuted by labor which has not the country has been in for a year. The nnd height niug their grotosque nppeur-nnco- . The executive committee of the support of the public and this one has president eaya he will sign anything to After hours of work they manKentucky League of democratic clubs aged to whiten their cheeks enough to not oven its sympathy It is causing settle the business. decided to hold the State convention in enable them to go out, nnd then they untold loss to tho country and delayall skipped through bnck street to their It was recently intimated in this paper Lexington some day in September. ing indefinitely the return of better Meanwhile the men were hav Actually worth 25c. Bring your ticket with you and have Mr. 11. C. Ford, of Clay county A conference of miners was he'd at homes. the times. So far as freight is concerned, that president of the Manchester Bank, might Pittsburg, and resolutions adopted ask ing a similar experience. They couldn't amount of your purchase punched out and get one of the tie up in Chicago and Cincinnati is the handsome get the black off either. Tho end men complete and stock and other perishable be a candidate for State treasurer. Since ing Congress to appropriate $250,000 for and tho principal comedian worked for pictures. shipments are either dying or going to then he has received so much encour- tliH starving miners in the Indian Terri- an hour and then strolled out to tiio tory. Clydo hotel w itli their faevst all shades waste. Violence is being resorted to by agement, that he has finally decided to A Paris physician who lived to tho mako the race and has announced himfrom n light drab to a coal black. The strikers in some places, but the officers age of 107 ascribed his longevity to placand the soldiers will bring them to their self accordingly. He is well equipped ing his bed so that it stood North and leading comedian got somo of the black senses and land them in the jails where for the office, has a large number of South in the direction of the great mag- off his nose and chin, a little off his cheeks but had been ablo to make no they belong. Such creatures as Debs, friends and enters the race with admira- netic current. impression on his ears, mid ho was a who has come up from the lowest walks ble chances of winning. The Anthracite Coal Trust cleared very sptctucnlar young man when ho in life, are ignorant of how to use auEditor Mark ii am, of the Catlettsburg $1,000,000 during June by raising prices. walked into tho billiard room of tho thority when it is placed in their hands, Democrat, says that the beautiful Pau On the first of the month another in- hotel and huskily asked for something A. UR13ANSKY&i.CO., l'roprictoi and are unmindful of everything ex- line Markham, who got $4,000 in Louis- crease of 15 ceuts per ton for July was to drink. There was a theatrical man iu town, is thorT. D. RANKY.JManagcr. cept their own importance. He ville for injury to that matchless leg of made, making 40 cents increase in six nnd lato that night 1ft was nwakened oughly irresponsible and the laboring hers, is a cousin of his, and we can read- weeks. by a heavy knock at his door. "Say," men who follow such a leader are doing ily believe it, when we consider how I ho audiences which aBembled in said an excited voice, "uro you a theathemselves and the country great injus- greatly beauty runs in his family. Ex- Kentucky to listen to Col. Breckinridge ter man?" tice. Down with cattle of the Debs or cuse us, however, captain for making her are steadily decreasing in size and enIIo said lie was der and up with reason an J common blush. We didn't intend it. "Woll, I heard yon were. What do thusiasm. The sense of shame in appasense. becoming aroused in that district. yon do to get burnt cork off when you My $3SO, $4. $4.50, $$, $$ 50, $6 and $9 Leather Bottom, rently Rocker black up for nigger niinstrols?" In the city of its birth the Knights of N. Y. Press, (Rep Leather cover spring edge couchcr, Parlor Suits. In a population of 1,G17,9S0, North Honor celebrated ita 21st anniversary "Wash it. off." Four persons were killed, a large Carolina has but 3,702 foreigners, That "Yes, I know, but how?" Friday. It was originated by J. A. Dem-are- number injured and much damage done good one forj foreign"Why, taku a sponge. It ought to State is not a very who lived to see it flourish in 44 to crops by a cyclouo storm in Central wash right off." ers or any body else to live in we admit, States, with nearly 3,000 lodges and 131,-2- and Southern .Minnesota Wednesday afThere win a long siloncA, Finally the but the country would be a great deal members. Since its organization it ternoon and night. A family of seven is voico said again, "Say, mister, how do I have the most complete line of Bedroom Suites ever handled in better ofT, if foreigners such a3 the ma- has paid in sick benefits and for deaths ydu mix burnt cork when you uso it to jority are who come among us, would of its members $01,000,000, and done in riported to have been killed near Stanford. Solid oak suites from Si 5 to $Co. Walnut and natural black up for nigger minstrols?" give it all as wide a beith as they do the calculable good. cherry, book cases, hall trees, center tables, combination desks, side".Mix it with water." Tho two murderers of Madame Tar Heel State. The law against the "Groat heavens" said tho voice, "wo boards, dining chairs, window shades, curtain poles, mattresses and Wright died on the gallows Friday. mixed ours with vaseline !" Chinese coming among us should be Pantagraph, of Rich- Harry The springs, pictures. I am headquarters. The bottom has raveled out Jones was hanged at Independ In tho courso of n week or two It is of prices. Picture frames made to order" On Wardrobes amended to include Huna, Slavs, Dagos mond, which has been monkeying aa an you can ence, Mo., at 0 o'clock, and two hours expected that tho young women who so and nil such rifl rati. It is very well for independent, has come out fiat footed Large French Plate Mirwas executed in the successfully participated iu tho minstrel count 25 or 35 per cent off of past prices. later John Clark the United States to be an asylum for the for Roberts for Congress and Bradley Kansas City jail by the same sheriff and show will bo around IMy prices are to receive tho con- rors so cheap that I will only sell one to a custcmcr. oppressed of all nations, but it should for governor. Scratch the back of an his assistants who carried out tho law gratulations of their friends. In tho no secret but they pay the freight. not be the refugo of the law defier and independent or make it to his interest meantime tho oars of tho leading como-dia- n against Joues. and the slum of all creation. to show his colors, and you will alwajs aro still of a ltentttiful, glossy As the Kentucky Central excursion black. Buffalo Express find a republican. train was returning from Berea College The Michigan convention gave President Cleveland's administration a equare Emmktt Logan, in Washington last commencement, Jim Griiliu shot an in I'. T. Kiprcmx'tt Illmarlf. endorsement, but favored the free coin- week for the first time in 20 years, was stantly killed Emanuel Coiley, another Years ago, when Tom Thumb was Spencer ordered to "keep off the grass" and passenger, aud jumped from ttie train Daruum's only attraction, he wunt to age of silver. Fisher was nominated for governor anl would have been run in for walking on and escaped. Coffey had had no trouble Saratoga and attempted to give an enthe raovemont to elect U. S. Senators by it, had not the policeman found that his with Gritlin, and there is no known tertainment. Tho villago fathers, however, beared him away by tho prico of a direct vote of the people was endorsed pedal extremities were so large that the cause for the shooting. lawless Alabama strikers have their license, nnd ho went to Ballston, Tne by the nomination of Assistant Secre- pavement was not sufficient to accomtho next town, nnd advertised tho resorted to even worse crimes than any tary of State Uhl for a full term modate them. A special train was rnu from previously attempted. A bridge near Saratoga, and a great many went down Gov. John Strong for and There are signs that the American Adamsvillo was fired Suud.iv, and when on it. When tho curtain went up, the unexpired term of tho late Senator camo out and made a littlo spcccli. Stockbridge. The convention was unan Railway Union will fail in its attempt to the watchman and his two little daugh SUMMERimouB in all its actions, as is usually rule the universe. It has so far failed ters came to the scene they were fired "LacHos and gentlemen," ho began, "it to accomplish anything beyond embar- upon from ambush. The watchman was was my first intention to givo this enconwhen the party is in a hopeless rassing transportation of freight. The fatally shot ind one of the daughteia tertainment in Saratoga, but I soon disdition. covered that thero wero somo men in hated Pullmans come and go on every wounded. that placo so much smaller than my Gkn. Gentry accused Editor Pat train out of Cincinnati. Signor Bandi, editor of the Gazetta famous Tom Thumb that it would bo Farn8worth, of the Lexington Press, ATLivornessee, at Leghorn, Italy, was stab-ba- useless to attempt competition with with knowingly circulating a lie in reEditor Knott's editorial in the LouisSunday them. " Argonaut to death by an anarchist producing an article from the Blue Grass ville Post, on Singerly, of Pennsylvania, morning, the crime strongly resembling Blade, saying that he had deserted reads very much aa if it was written by the murder of President Carnot, of An Unpiirilonnltlu Mlminmer. Owens and joined the Settle forces. The Mr. Watterson, but we have not heard France. Signor Bandi was stepping in "No, " said Chawles, "I shall novah editor didn't brook that kind of an in- that he has scooped the l his carriage when thn assassin pounced 6peak to him again. Ills conversation is unendurable, you know.' sult so he Bent out his right feeler and by employing its great editor. upon him and plunged a dagger into his "Why, does ho lack grammar?" the 'doughty general went to grass "Gwammnh, deah boy? It's fall worso Great pressure is being brought to abdomen. As in tho caso of Carnot, the Friends interposed and hostilities endbear on the locomotive engineers to join knife pierced the liver, death following than a mattah of gwammuh. IIo ed there. Editors may lie occasionally, to my walking stick as a caue, an operation Bhortly afterward. He had but it is always dangerous to tell them the strike, but bo far those conservative been very severe iu his condemnation of don't you know." Washington Star. artisans have not been nble to see the about it. wisdom of the movement that must end anarchists. L'ururluln. The strike resulting from the PullThe resolution to endorse Mr. CleveJJ in ignominoua failure. man boycott has reached such a stage land's administration caused such a The Mohammedans believe in seven that the government has taken an actstorm of objections in the Arkansas conhells. Tho seventh and hottest is for ive baud. Fedaral troops have been orvention that it had to be withdrawn in lhua and hypocrites, with a niche ten dered to Trinidad, Col., where a mob of the interest of harmony. The free WHAT IT MEAN? times hotter than molten metal for those strikers overpowered and disarmed a were iu the saddle and democrat(Uit thQtMn ! Crrrat UnaU l K atl.-It j WWI posse of deputy United States marshals. W1"" rmi i'lwiic principles were put aside for populist who did not pay their debts. II bi .11 Ui uwt 1 Citw. ui i na'I. I.. .,(! u null! Si w Ortt.al uila Lrut The troops at Fort Sheridan, Chicago, democracy of dogmas. Tho HMiMuHt.illialteaMr.AUiiit.ur Jwk crllU. lUifcla. TnE Memphis Avalanche-Appeis have a special train in waiting. Six Arkansas invites and deserves defeat. SOLID VESTIBULED TRAIN! no more, It was bought by its bated ri- companies of State militia in Illinois nj PHrtr-lttnllflh rtmuin lnli. Ttirnnrh Cart t Ylrltr iiai.b Mt! In a collision on the C. fc O. at Rapi-da- val, and Saturday it ceased to exist ex- have been ordered out. Tho strike has il rou. (hjy Iuw in (Inritni. rlI, v Orirti r .. .triMfUU. N. c. IMrw.1 tin U TVman.l Va., Gen. Pass. Agent II. W. Full- cept as a hyphenation to the Commer- spread greatly and many road3 aro comJBBflrt. Aik if.nu Umtiirt California.uuJt at IaHTlllt. MwlWyTllla ait jrnUirr. .Mrwit ikouUmu It I'run LiluUi llh VftUWIavl tta.ni U k!l jvtota Sutli. er had both his legs broken, between the cial. blocked. The Chicago Trades pletely w. r. rtivruKso.v, ankle and knee. Mr. Fuller is one of Gca'l I'm c .liul, Cincinnati, O. For once the railroads are in the rigb and Labor Assembly haH givoa the execthe best and politest railroad officials in and are being backed by public senti- utive committee Bupreme power to act Boll What day aro you to bo marQUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. the country and bin legions of friends ment. The senseless and ill advised aa it sees fit and a general strike of the ried? hope that he will be restored without strike should be resisted to the bitterest trades of Chicago may result. YesterNell Tho dressmaker hasn't decided yet Truth. the loss of.either limb. end. day's O.-- circulated again and Viloy wrote to Blackburn to sustain him in the charge he made. Tho Senator admitted that he had told Viloy of Breckinridge's action, but tried to smootho it over by saying that there was some mistake about it. Since the publication of the correspondence first alluded to, Viley hns gone on tho war path and threatens to hold Senator Joe personally responsible for charg ing him with mendacity and duplicity. The plot thickens and if nobody gets a black eye but Gen. Gentry, it will be a wonder. NEWSY NOTES. Lees than 500 niilea of new railroad track lmve been laid this year. Twin brothers married twin sisters iu Woodford county last week. The bill admittingNew Mexico passed the House without objection. y During the fiscal year ending $12,10S,0S5 were paid in bounties on sugar. A moV- hung John Mills at Sulphr.r Springs, Texas, for tho murdor of a white man and his wife. A Liberty, Me., man has n 12 years' growth of beard, which is between six aud seven feet in length. Brooklynn suffered a million dollar fire, by which two persons were killed and another fatally wounJed, John Stivers, marshal of Barbour-villwalked out of a window in his Bleep and fell 20 feet without serious inSatui-urdae, show to bo given for tho benefit of some local church or charitable organization, and a lot of tho pretty girls led by tho female members of tho choir of the church which to bo bonefited, got together todi.-cus-s what part thoy would tuko iu tho entertainment. Somebody hud Iteun reading of u minstrel show given by young women in Brooklyn and suggested that Clydo follow Brooklyn's lead. Tho idea took. Tho girls decided that it would Ik) perfectly lovely, and tho details wen- nrmngcil To mako tho show ruali.tio, tho girls thought they ought to black up. Thuro were some preterits against going so far, but tho blacking up idea proved iopular with a majority of thn proxscd performers, and it was adopted. Tho was given ono night lust week. Tho hall was crowded, and things went oil nicely. There was singing and tho end men (who wero men, by tho way) worked off thoir gags, and tho wholo affair wonud up with u song in concert. Tho Clydo orchestra was prcsont and did wonders witii its varied assortment of instruments, and tho villago folks decided unanimously that thoy had had their money's worth and wero jwrfcctly "-a- s CLEARANCE SALE JLJLKL I prcs-price- s. jl F GOODS Mc-Crea- ry GOOD SUITS FOR $3, hor-vo- t 200 BOYS FELT HATS lf Our 15 Cents Mattings, r LOUISVILLE : STORE, STANFORD. KIT., Don't Fail to See e, 75 Baby Carriages, $5 to $20, Rose-lan- d. Semi-Weekl- y W. W. WITHERS. 1 e, ex-Lie- Bar-mi- ni TRUNKS, VALISES, STRAW HATS --- Neckwear &;Underwear H. J. McROBERTS. 17 d Courier-Journu- wo-forre- d F m 109 1 23 90 es D0E5 . I" ft .ni al n, !. I , I J. ,3titift 4 J""-- i r.JaB- B. mi.' . - inBii .. . j. .i...v .. :i.' . .. j. mmnMiiiinn miiMmriTwnrrf 11 ifcmnaf gg-- g . .-., HtEdM , i , .. w : ,nia.lfc.Ji ti iw iwmkwtMr.,,iii .Jmm,mwv, frrwrva "'.JwfeAjuk e.Ja..iat.iJHi ,vaiia,a"wt' v, 'iiJi.4 flwMHift jfi't i'afca0ji MM...,.At..rf.fewrf.afr.n,, ijjii.,,;.VW'tC. 'iMMtgBA7vr-r"r'aiim'"!-'-'iig;:Mfe -- . ,. - .,, .. , II i SfS!J5!!5555!Semi-Week- ly - tf-r- w ? T Interior Journal July 3, 1891 Stankord Fair, Jnlv in and 20. LiriKRAL Silver mounted tortoise shell hair Stanford Kt., E. C. Walton, business Manager MEANS iUSIHESS, aup-plic- Buy your school bookH nntl school a ol nil kinds at A. II. Penny1!). Watch m, clockn nml jewelry repaired and wnrrnnteil. Engrnvinit n Hpuclalty, at A. K. Penny's. Tiiie largest stock of Drills, Mwiicines, Perfiimory, 1'aintn anil Wall Taper at A. It. Penny's. IVscriptions a special- ty. PERSONAL POINTS. h k H- T1-'hand- s kf Tho militia has been called out in Illinois to keep the strikers in check and n collision is imminent. The governor of Massachusetts has vetoed tho bill to permit the Boll Telephone company to dotble its stock y giving it $30,000,OOJ of water. William Semple, a Main street mer chant, died from sunstroke at Louisville If you will" come and see the low prices we are making on Summer Sunday and Will Stickel was overcome Goods, such as while riding in n skiff, and falling out, was drowned. Two other cases of sunstroke were reported. There aro at present 523 cotton-Beemills in the South, and tho number is increasing every season. It is estimated that the product of the mills the paEt year yielded about $1S,000,000 to the Irish Limns. Batists, Belfast Lawns, Calicos, &c, it will give you planters and added about $10,000,000 to something else to Wk printeu for Sovernnco A Son 1,000 Tiir ruilroad strike is spreading and the wealth of tho country. circulars this week, which they havo bids fT to involve nil the roads. The A. J. GrofH. Spoclmon Cnsea. Mii.H. Lizxik.Smith and daughter, MIhs been mailing to tho trade, announcing K. (..'. division lias refused to handle perS. H Cliffor.l, New CimcI, Wis , troubled Neuralgia Amy, 6f Richmond, aru visiting Mrs. tho adoption of strictly cash business. ishable freight for sovornl days and yes- with dikorJert-J- . hitud Rheumatism; hit anttomach wat liver uaialfected to aUrin-A copy will bo lound in our advertising terday this division ceased to receive it, decree, appetite Tell away and lie waa terribly ' Woody Halo. reduced in Huh aud strength. Three bottle 01 About except the hot weather, that is how cheap you can keep cool! oh it wjs whispered about that tho L. fc Ktaanc Hitter cured him. Mit?V. M. IIkwim, of PlneBliiir, Ark , columns. Wc have a fresh shipment of these good? now on our counter and the Edward Shepherd, Harriaburg. Hint X. sjBtem would be paralyzed at midvisiting his mother, Mrs. Susan Hutu, A Kivit through the West Knd showrunning or on 1m lee of eight years' low prices will make night last night. I. w.1 three bottle of Klectric Hitter ed that there was much destruction by in tho West Knd. . bone of Ilucklen't Arnica Salve and hd Misi Doha Sthavh has returned from the wind storm of lust week. A numand Catawbi With neither the fear of God before leg U Mund larBewell' John Speaker,leg: doctors (.., ore on In New Castle, wheM she him been in tho ber of outhouses were unroofed, fonces their eyes nor respect for n holy calling, Mid had Sve incurable One bottle of he wi Klectric nc Kitten and one millinery husint-HrfArnica Salve and trees blown down and wheat that thieves stole 'JO chickens from Fid. Jos. cured him eutircly box Sold by A R Pennv. it Mns. J. H. ItoHiNRON and Maria Cook Wat shocked wai blown to tho four Ballon Friday night. Perhaps they Remember we are selling for CASH and the prices on the above will' went up to Clear Creek Springs, Friday, winds. thought that fried chicken was tho esto fipond several weeks. show what we intend to do. All we ask is a trial for we know NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. All my accounts aro duo July aud pecial prerogative of tho Methodist MhM. 0. W. KtiKMKK. of New Albany, we can save you money. January an J without any exception preacher nnd that therefore Bro. B.illou arrivwl yesterday lo visit her parents, any. those whose accounts are six months past oughtn't to havo Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Harria. duo will be charged interest. Do not bo Miss Vikoinia Bowman went to LexTiik parting between Odio Paul aud I will eive Jioo reward lor the arrest and conbo surprised at seeing it on your account 8 viction of tho ington ytsterdny to alleud IheChatau-rjuhis fond old mother and loving wife, just smoke house party or pariiei who burned ray and granary ou the night of June and do not ask me to deduct it. 11. J before his departure for tho pviiitentinrj, 15. iEo. which begins to day. it. n. mtoNAUGir was deeply ailecting and sufficient to Mim Balloi', who has beeij at- Mcltoberts. Crjb Orchard, Ky. J tending a school in elocution at Boston, movo tho hardest heart. For tho sake of Tin tiro alarm was "turned in" Saturis at home for the summer. day afternoon and almost in an instant those w ho sufler by his crime it is hoped THE Miss Moi.uk McCoumack, of Junction tho boys were out with tho fire appara- by many of their friends that ho will be City, is tho guest of her relatives, Misses tus. The roof of Mr. A. G. Kas' land's pardoned altera few years Maggie and Jennie I locker. residence hail caught from the kitchen W. H. Higgins. W. B.McKinney. Xkws of a scandal involving voiine. Tiik Somerset Paragon says that Hue, but wns extinguished with tho yard people of prominence hi social circles George I). Weatherford, of Hustonville, hoso by time tho tiro boys arrived. cornea from Richmond. The son of a has opened a saloon in the Hart House Tiik members of tho Caledonian Soci- well known gentleman and tho daughter there. with gone to Somerset ety aro preparing to present a "Box of of a popular man of high standing aro Mil. W. B. Land has to lollow his trade. Tho good citizens Monkejs"at tho Opera House during said to havo brought disgrace upon who patronize htm will find him a good Fair week. It is said to be a very amus- themselves nnd shame upon their fami ing comedy, and when tho cast is con- lies. An cfibrt to get tho young lady workman. sidered, there Is no doubt that it will od before tho crisis camo resulted in an Jack Bout and Pearson Miller attend ed tho party given by tho young men of draw like a sticking plaster. A declam- abortion in more ways than one, the Harrodsburg Friday night and report n atory contest and a hop will also enliven young woman not being able to stand Cokxer Main and Depot Streets, the usually lively times of Fair week. All, the excitement. One or both of the delightful timu. parties is known here. Me9K8. B. J. 0. Howk and sou. L. M. Jamkstow.v, jealous of tho stride in hoHowe, of Indianapolis, are hern feeing W. II. Tbaylor hat" shut down his Comes off on Thursday and Fri- after the water works, which they find tel improvement that Liberty has made, is preparing to catch even. Tho old Pat- distillery after making '500 barrels, less splendid order. in day, Mns. Gcs Hoi'Man.n and a lady friend terson Hotel is being torn down and a than half aa much as usual, doiug so on were down from Crab Orchard Spring large and handsome building is to bo account of tho hard times and over proyesterday, where they tell us a pleasant erected in its stead, 100 foot front by 05 duction. There aro now 2,700 barrels of deep. It will have a tower front anil 10 whisky in his warehouse, so Ganger H crowd is summering. Mns. Foiiksti's Kkiii took Misses Jose- foot balcony, metal roof and will contain U. GtuVry will havo an easy "sit" all phine and Mary 1'eid, Jane Todd Wat- nboiit 10 rooms which will bo furnished Summer. Mr. Tray or has been weeding a rather rough row of stumps. Ho has Don't Fail to See the son, Horace Bowman nnd James Keid to now throughout. Hurrah for lost since Christmas over $1,000 by leak Crab Orchard .Springs, Friday. Hgo, f GOO or 1700 on his slop by cholera Ko..F. Owksh wan up from CumberTiil Cincinnati .Southern is in botttr breaking out among his hogs and the Saturday and reports a line shape to ri'Mt-- tho land Falls strikers than any of o field crowd at his Tesort. Tho band lias ar- tho roads running South from Cincinna-tl- . storm literally ruined his of rye. rived and there is dancing uvery night. It is in tho hands of the IT. S. Court Mn ami M its. J T. Shout and baby, aud JudgoTaft has ordered that any inTun Law Department of Centre Col $150 of Louisville, Bre visiting Mis Mary 0. terference with tho running of tho lege haa been established and will begin McKinney, at Castlo Cobb. Mrs. Short trains will bo dealt with to the full ex- its first Bcssion October lid, says tho Adwill be remembered as the beautiful tent of the law. U.S. marshals, armed vocate. Hon. J. Proctor Knott will bo 55 to Nominate; $2. 50 to Enter. Miss Julia Yager. with Winchesters, now escort the trains at the head of the faculty, which will who in and out of tho city. Nearly all carry also contain Judge It. P.Jacobs, the Hon. Close July 10, '94. Divided S100 Miss Minnik LkGhandu Elliott, When we began business our motto was Cash but in order to help will have charge of tho musical depart Pullmans. John W. Yerkes and Judgo A. P. Hum- to 1st, $35 to 2nd, $15 to 3rd. some of our friends through the hard times we extended to them ment in Garrard College next session, phrey, of Louisville. Tho governor will small credits. We now propose on July 1st to renew our cash sysAmputation. -- Finding that tho hand moyo to Danyillo and devote spending the vacation in further study his entire ho got bo terribly shotsomo eight months time to tho school. tem. We do not say that there is no one we will credit. All those of tho art she loves aud graces. She is Among tho special ago would never bo other than a source , to whom we are indebted can get any thing we have at Strictly Cash in Cincinnati taking; private lessons from lecturers will bo Justice John M. Mr. Frederic Shailer KvaiiH, ono of tho pain to htm, Mr. J. W. Flowers consentof tho United States supremo court; prices, and if we decide to open accounts with others it will be due at ed to havo It amputated and on Satur- Attorney General Queen City's finest teachers. Hendrick, Judgo Haz any time we may demand the money and must be paid. We Fkaiuno that hia wife, who was on tho day Dr. J. F. Peyton, assisted by Dra. olrigg, of tho Kentucky court of appeals, Uook and O'Bannon, removed tho per0. it 0., train that was wrecked, waa and others. Tho sessions will be eight hurt, Mr. G. C. Keller, Jr., of tho gov- ished member. Ho will havo an artifi- months long and law students will be ernment printing oillco at Washington, cial hand mado which his doctors say given advantage of all lectures Binl reci- Three Races Each Day Including 5 and 10 Mile Handicaps. Btarted out to find her and en mo on hero will bo of great use to him. Mr. Flow- tations in Centra' College without extra yesterday, where she had arrived 12 ers, who is an engineer, has $1,000 In- charge. To all who have patronized us and will do our best to serve them in hours before. Mr. Keller baa recently surance in tho Brotherhood and $3,000 the future We will see to it that no concern shall sell goods for less in another accident company and will bo Tiik National Bank of Hustonville debeen promoted and now has a very in pretty fair shapo liuaucially, if ho clared its' usual dividend of 3 per cent, includ- money than we do, nor better goods. Our motto shall be the The various privileges, and lucrative portion. does havo to go through lifo a cripple. and carried about $1,000 to surplus after ing Amusements, Games. Dining paying expenses. A statemeut from CITY AND VI0IN1TY. Tiik local option election llxed for next Cashier J. W. Hocker shows that it has Room, Horse Feeding, CheckNkw silvor belt bucklea at Danks. Saturday has been declared oil", owing to loans and discounts of $100,43G.GJ, de- room, &c, &c, will be let by 0 sealed bids, the bids to be opened July 10 and tho failure of SheriirMenefeo to comply posits of $73,053.9 and a surplus of Go to tho Stanford Fair, with tho law with reference to its proper All our Summer Dress Goods are to be sold at a reduction. We on a capital 6f $50,000. 0. and decided upon July pth, IS94. advertisement. Col. Welch, counsel for Cashier J. B. Owsloy informs us that have more than we want in Clothing, Shoes, Dress Goods, Laccsj Foit sale, eight good milk cows. G. A. Write to the Secretary for furtho petitioners, saya that while it would tho Farmers Bank and Trust Co.. of this Peyton. not vitiate the legality of tho election, it place, earned $0,100.00 on ita capital of ther information, Entry 131anks, Trimmings, etc., and we want to reduce our stock and must do it. So aleevo holdora for might raise a question, tho final adjudi- $200,000 tho last sir months, out of Catalogues. come and see us before you buy. To those who we have accommoSilvkii mounted gntloman, nt Danks, tho jeweler. cation of which could not bo had before which a dividend of 3 per cent, was dedated with credit, we hope they loose no time in paying us promptly. S. OWLEY, Youn account is ready and wo need next October. Ho therefore advises those clared, after paying taxes, expenses and who doairo tho election to tnko a fresh charging about $300 on bad debta off. tho money. W. II. Wearen it Co. Sec. E. C. -r Btart with another petition to tho county Tho bank has $273,IG9.0S in notes and , of Stephen F. Blankb.nship, court at ita next term, thus deferring tho bills, its surplus amounts to $21,000 and : has been granted a pension. election a little over GOdayB. As nobody ita individual deposita f 111,551.32. seems to bo especially Owing to tho absence of Cashier J. J. AT OTTENHEIM. Your account ia made out. Pleaso wo trust tho present nnxioua about it, condition may bo McKoberts, a statement of tho First Na call aud settle A. R. Penny. allowed to remain aa it is. Mr. Menefeo tional had not been made out, but PresHtelnniriL' on the lot MondttV In March. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. 1S94, and on each first Monday tbtrealter, a Stock hnvo some accounts that were duo claims that his neglect to post tho re- ident J. S. Hocker tells us that a divi Market will be held at Otlenneim for the ule Wk Cattle, l'enoiu hav4, 1894. Jan. 1,1891. Theeo will be put in tho quired notices was duo to forget fulness dend of 3 per cent, was declared and oi Horiei,to sell orSheep and llogi. buy are invit--- d ing itoclt those wishing to to attend. There will be no charge to any of a collector July 10, 1891. W. and wo learn has agreed to pay tho costs $000 taken to surplus and $300 carried Full corps of ponservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses In Literature, Music tad WM. LAXUGRAKK, body. bo ar Incurred out of his own pocket. over after paying current expenses. Ottenheim, Ky An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogue and circulars furnished on application. II. .Wearen & Co. here yesterday. Mish Lkla Cahtkk hns cono to Adair to visit relativea. Mr. 0 II. Haydkn in clerking at Mr. S. II, Shanks' again. Mioses Amanda Bihiioi1 and Mattio White are vlaitinj; Mrs. F. V. Bishop. Miss Moi.uk Wiwiiit, of Htistonvillo, is visiting her sister, Mru. I. W, Green. MihhCi.aii a Mrnsiios In tho Ktiost of Misa Annie Mershon. Ktchtnond IleRia- ter. Davk Poistkr and little daughter, Bessie, of Mt. Vernon, were heroSatur day. Mns. Jok Hardin and children, of Cor- hlu. are visiting her aunt, Mrs. K IS, Caldwell. Mim Dki.i. 1'ki.am) left Saturday for Ctoverpoit, to visit her cousin, Mra. Gen. one-ha- lf Mies Mollik Wklui is very ill. Mna. Bolmnu is tain very ill at tho Myers Mount. Mil. Kd opkk, of Uarrodshttrc, was pins in latest designs, at Danks, jewel premiums and good accomo datlonB at tho Stanford Fair, July 10 and cr. 20. Foil Kknt. Store-roorecently occupied by McKinney & Hocker. W. B. Wk have 25 cars of lump coal at 10c per bushel, spot cash. Higgins & McKinnoy. Watts. o Sears is tho name of a new in Pulaski and Lawrence Sears is Foitsaloor rent, my house on lower Main street, Stanford. W. G. Kaney, postmaster. Danville. Don't forget Cook, Fish it Co's great Tiik Caledonian Society will meet at picnic at Green Briar Springs, Wednestho next Saturday night, day, July 1th. Tho medals that will be given to tho winners of tho bicycle races with an interesting program. aro on exhibition at Danks' jewelry Invkstioation will show that there ia store. a great diflbreiico between cash nnd credit prices at Severance it Son's. Wk will begin our new system, or rather a return to orr old hj stem, now Littlk Lloyd, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. and havo used the axo liberally in every W. Perrin, fell down a (light of stepa tho department. Wo shall expect those who other day and broke ono of its legs. owe us bills to pay at onco and invite I,. nil to examino what they can do with us Skk our elegant lino of clothing for men and boje; also now lino of piinta at now. Hughes it Tate. regular price. B. F. Jones it Thk license advocates havo filed anSou. other petition for an election on the loTiik whisky trust has advanced prices cal option question, signed by 30 voters, three centa a gallon, but if It ptita it up ono over tho 25 per cent, of those voting 3 instead it wont hurt us. Stanford is at the last election. It will bo presented dry, very dry. to the county judgo next Monday and Plba8i: coino and pay your account. the election will doubtless bo fixed for Tho money is duo and I need it. Don't about Sept. 1. postpone, but come at once. II. 0. Ins atmosphere continues heated to tho Tailor. an unpleasant degree, but it is good har. Tiik Harrodsburg butchor shops have vesting weather and tho farmers are closed rather than pay tho f23 license making tho moet of it. Very little of imposed by tho city council, and the tho fairly good wheat crop will bo left citizens will havo to grease their "in- standing by the middle of tho week. nards" with bacon, for tho present at "Fair, slightly cooler Tuesday," was yps tenia) 's forecast. least. post-oiliccourt-house m Bu-pley, m m Those owing me will please come forward and settle. I need the money. John W. Wallace, the blacksmith. is the Glorious Fourth, but it will bo observed here other than by the banks and it could not be developed yesterday. The stores have made no compact to close. Ip the poll of tho vote as reported by the prohibitionists is even approximately correct, it is well for the advocates of license that the election is not to bo held. Tho "drys" tell ub that euro of 75 majority. if post-office, 3 Promptly at 8 o'clock on the evening of The Band will play and we will THROW INTO THE CROWD Fifteen Boxes, each containing Jewelry to the amount of Si or more. I Iear the serenade and at the same time gel a present from they-wer- e Mrs. Jhs. II. Tucker asks ua to announce that there will be a supper at Sugar Grovo e Friday evening, oth, for tho benefit of the Sunday-school- . Refreshments served from 8 to 10 o'clock. A liberal patronage is solicited. u echool-hous- DANKS', : The : Jeweler. WILL People Talk 1 d Challies, Organdies, Ducks, Lawns, TELL Yonr NEIGHBOR COMPETITION - PERSPIRE. K tand-wi- j. n . druir-E- $100 Reward. n, OTVlKiaAjrcCE c& 8 g(0Mo -- m Stanford : Fair, Liberal Premiums, Rich Stakes, HIGGINS & McKINNEY, Rings For Opposite IVIyers House'. July 19 & 20. I "Jim-tovvn- !" $150 t 100-ucr- Saddle Stallion Stake. Stake for Mares and Geldings. NEW START. RETURN ." Har-lau- BICYCLE RACES. PEIVILBGES. THANKS, Best Goods for the Least Possible Money. 1 $20,-00- J. Pres. - WALTON, HUGHES & TATE. - KingB-ville- STOCE: MABKET Stanford Female College. Next Session Begins Tuesday, Sep. ..J W 1 y uhH& VTSMSiTTe Wj)NiiiMiilr?iMll ,ilEL ." .. Semi-Weekly T555 ?vr f swjpSj.. iii;-TpiTv- r Interior Journa AT Cubllanod Every Tuesday and Friday tfffloCK VaM A HORSE STORY. .Mlulit ll.ivo Uecn of n Mriruii. Nothing Moro Tlmu IVORY B J. A. SHANNON, Is a candidate for Constable in the Hustonville Precinct. Election November next 3s4nrxJxJinsTEis'"! Two doors above Post-Ollic- e. Always on hand liter- - ?3 PER YMAK IX ADVANCE srWhrn not so paid 83.50 will be chari;ed.T CATTLE BARN. A lliillilliiB With iJtrRP Cispiirlty 6. OR S PAGES. When necessary. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. For liny nml Straw Mornce. Train naves Rowland at at 5:10 p. m 7:00 a. ra., returning Tho Illustrations below nro copied from "Bam Building." They show a commodious and convenient cattlo barn, with stonigo for feed of nil kinds. Tho especial feature of tho structure is its ample space for stowing away hay nml L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. 0 ...- -. 37 Pm Mail train going North.... South,, .. (Express train" South... ii5Pm North..., ...........3J am .936 Cocsl Freight North.... io;pa South Tho Utter trains alio carry passenger. lima. Solar Tho abova li calculated on standard into ia about ao minutes Tatter. . - ' - -- r Tifc'Mfc-.'fc-T- - D D c n 1 QUEEN & CRESCENT KIue-Grass ROUTE. s: ;c : f Going North train pass Junction City as Veitibule starts 6 a. m. Vestibule Limited 3 31 p. m Local t.iop. m. Horlda Limited 3:13. a m O. Vestibule u t8 p. m. Florida South-- N Clralted it iu m Local it 33 p. m. Vestibule arrives S.40 p. m. Illue-Gra- 'r I j H - .'; if Vdfat ffisofofely Finn vir.w. straw, tho wasto of fodder, which is involved in the common practice of leaving tfceo products outdoors, thus being prevented. This cattlo bam is situated on tho poor farm of Macon county, Ills., nml was planned by Mr. V. Barber. "Bam Building" says of tho structure: Mr. Barber's plan indicates n bam 70 by CO feet, with cattlo stalls nnd threo foot alley on each side, tho central spaco mid entire area above tho stalls being devoted to tho mowing of hay and straw. The end section is intended to show this arrangement. There are doors at tho roar end of tho bam, same us iu front, and over tho m. Powder J Pure Government Food Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., A cream of tarter baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States END SECTION. main doors in tho rear are two smallei 100 Wall Street, Now York. doors wide enough to admit tho btraw carrier of a thrashing machine, so that when thrashing tho machino dumps tho Btraw into tho loft of tho barn over tho F. B. RILEY.iProprletor, stack on either or both sides by moving is nlso a Kentucky. tho machine. Theretaking haylnrgo door London, 10 by 0 feet for from tho I hare moved to my new Hotel and am bettar on track prepared than ever to accommodate the public load by tho horso hay forks (ood Livery attached and every convenience running the entiro length of tho comb of cired. liivc me a can. the barn, hnuled up by horso at tho FRANK RILXV. n other end of tho bant. Material of tho following description is ned: Sills, 0 by 8; joists, 2 by 8; comer posts, 0 by 0; other iosts, 4 by THE RILEY HOUSE d- - AV' 1 3nsiVBs9BVff lisilJLiiiJ3 r ZQ H. H. Bronaugh., Breeder and shipper of on s g 1 o Thoroughbred Duroc Red Jersey Hogs. Tigs from regtsUred stock for sale, from the best Vicrds in Ohio and Illinois. Call and examine my tw 0B5 si fcsLfe herd or address R. II. Bronaugh, Crab Orchard. ,.lF VOU ARE GOING " J u. "fin " flg NORTH THE WEST, OR j ', u . y x , 5 j u Louiavme Naimvilli: R. R. or.OL'ND 1'L.VN. G; la the line for you, as its Daily Trains, Double close connections at Mike LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGH T1CKKTS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information enquire cf JOES. HICK. Agent, Ky Stanford, Or W. A. McQUOWN, Tr.iv. Pass. Agent, Junction City, Ky John B. Cattleman. A. G. Lanham ROYAL insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&OASTLEMAK MANAGERS, Commerce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South, W. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agent,; STANFORD, KY SSSEiHsflLSEBKBS a vegetable compound, entirely of roots and herbs from the forests of Georgia, and has been used by millions of people with the best results. ' Purely QURE5 AH manner of Blood diseases, from pestiferous little boil on your nose to the worst cases of inherited blood taint, such as Scrofula, Rheumatism, Catarrh and tht SKIN 'CANCER trtse, Treatise on Blood and Swjrr Specific SWn Diseases mailed Co., Atlanta.ua. braces, 4 by 4; girts, 2 by 4; plates, o'clock." 4 by 0; rafters, 2 by 4; sheeting, secTho mercury stood nt about 10 deond feuciui:: hhhiKles. 18 inch best; sid ing, 12 inch btock boards; flooring, 2 grees above zero all day. Tho maro went like a bird. I rested her at New by 8. Fnno nnd rested myself by walking up rfittetiliij; Ilrnllcra. to tho courthouse there nnd looking nt It is nn easy matter to mako nn adult the portrait of the great lawyer, S. It. fowl fat, but when broiler chicks nro to Bradley, and pushed on. Tho maro bo fattened tho feeding must bo dono never faltered nor tired, nnd having with judgment, Tho diillculty is that tho promised nttcndauco at court instead of becoming fat tho chick grows, of tho parties 1 sought I was back at nnd though it increases iu weight yet New Fane for supper. Toward night its carcass presents but littlo fat In it grew colder; tho wind swept tho fact, few broilers are fat, but some of mountain heights; tho snow whirled them will bo in better condition than thick in the keen air, but over tho drifts others. After a chick is from 0 to 8 weeks wpnt tho littlo mare, never making a old is tho timo to endeavor to mako it mistako in her footing and seemingly as cheerful as in the morning. When wo fat To do this, feed plenty of and add an ounce of crudu tallow, got to Saxton's river nnd sho realized meltod, to every pound of tho cornmeal, bho was nearing home, with a smooth feeding four times each day nnd giving road and 110 more drifts, sho expressed Field and Farm. her joy nt tho journey nearly dono by a n vnrietyof food nlso. sharp whinny, nnd with uplifted bond Lite Stock I'olutH. struck n sharper trot I found Mr. When sheep are folded at night, dog Towno waiting for mo nt 0:U0 o'clock guards may bo nmdo for their pens by p. in. I was half nn hour ahead of tho stringing bnrlied wires along tho fonco timo allotted. I had driven not nn inch posts high enough so that u dog cannot less than a hundred miles. My mission jump over. had been successful. I "felt good," and Sheep fanners in Kngland do not all up in the Island House, Oespito tho Main follow tho samo methods of enro and law, Charley and I drank a "hot flip," management of their Hocks, says John with o repeat. What of tho maro? I Jackson of Ontario. In somo sections called on hor tho next morning boforo where they havo shaded permanent tho train left, and sho wns as flno ns silk. pastures the sheep aro allowed to roam Why shouldn't sho be? Sho was n daughnt largo for n portion of tho season. In ter of Gilford Morgan. Georgo E. Bryother parts of tho country they aro fold- ant iu Horseman. ed in hurdles summer nnd winter. Incri'Aic Iii tlm Wright nfStccra. For keeping tho flies off a small numAt a meeting of tho Cattlo Raisers' ber of horses or cattlo nothing is better association of Texas ono of tho speakers than a solution of phenol sodique. Tho said that 15 years ago 1,050 to 1,100 minimis may bo washed with it, and was nbont tho highest weight flies will not troublo them till it has nil pounds for a Texas btcer. Eight years ago it washed off or evaporated. A largor unheard of that a lot should number of animals might bo sprinkled was almost Whon ho was average 1,200 pounds. with tho solution from tho uozzlo of a speaking, thero wcro two carloads nt and hose. The phenol is uonpoisonous market, averaging over 1,500 pounds. not expensive Much of this chnngo is duo to bettor A writer in Tho Horseman recom- breeding nnd somo to better or inoro Inmends that as soon as n colt begins to telligent feeding. Exchange. nibblo thero bhould bo plnced in tho mare's stall u littlo feed box containing A correspondent of Tho Country Gen n handful or so of bran nnd crushed tleman hits tried crossing n Holstein oats, for it to practice on. It learns to bull of butter family upon Jersey heifers eat quickly. and pronounces tho result a great sue-- ! When a now idea strikes your head, cess. His cows give a largo quantity don't sit down and growl nt it Sciza of milk which tests from 3.? to 5.9 butter fat on pasture feed. hold of il and ntilizo it corn-meal Tho first Morgan of my remembrnneo was a chestnut mare hoant 15 hands and weighing about U00 pounds. She wns one of n spnn driven by Dr. Pierco of Strafford, Vt., tin a vinit to his wife's rolativesntTVmpleton.'Mass., sunn, time nbout 183(1 and traded to my futher, who kept her for 10 years or more. Tins wns the fin-- t burse I over sat Sho would hold down h'.r liend so I could halter ln-- in the and stand up by the stone wall i r mo to climb on her back. She was round as nn apple, and with me clinging to her mntip she Mepjwl with . nth uos so I should not slide oil. .Could she go? When ir.y father lit Id the rein, hitched to Cone rd waghe was iu the lead. 1 on or rhni.-e- . have ridden her to plow corn. Temple-tois flush HO miles from Boston nnd was the home of Hon. Ar tennis Lee, who always kept tho Ih'M of road hordes. For titctime as well as tho money thero was in it my father "uotted" wild and sold them nt Fanouil Hall market Tho not would bo sprung iu tho morning, the pigeons dres.ed during the day, nnd just.ns owning camo on they would ln loaded on tho wagon and the ma:o'e head turned ocean-warAt daylight tho following morning only tho custom house would lo between tho mare and "Long Wharf." The load sold, sho went over to Cambridge nnd after breakfast began the homo trip. Suflleo it to say sho fed in hor own pasture nnd drank of tho water of "Otter" river that night This 100 mile journey, performed inside of 24 hours, was made several times in a season, according to luck had with the "crop of pigeons." Grass fed? Thomnro fed iu tho summrr with the yoke of oxen. A lane connected that pasture-witthe barnyard, and sho mine to tho barn whither she worked or not over d iy to get her two quints of oats. As the years wont on and I "grew up," ns boys will, my father somotimes criticised mo for driiug too hard. When I inquired, Picking for n precedent to justify myself, if he did not think the drives be gave old Doll on tho returns from Boston were rather hard did not ones, lie replied: "My son, drive her hurd. She wanted to go homo to mother and the children, nnd I let her take her own gait" Doll was a natural roadster, a granddaughter of Bull Bush Morgau. Svime time about the year 1S54 it y to procure for a promiM nent citizen, wha--o liberty was in on account of the false testimony that was brought ngain-- t him iu tho court of common pleas being held at tho old courthouse in the city of Worcoster, Mns., 'ho presence of certain witnesses. When court adjourned on Saturday afternoon, 1 was deputed to seek these who lived in the town of Somor-beVt, and secure their attendance at court on Tuesday morning. Midnight found 1110 by railroad at tho Island House. Bellows Falls. Sunday morning I called at tho livery bam of Charles Towne, between whose knees I, as an boy, had often sat, believing I was driving his four horses as they sped down tho hill into Fitz Willinm village, and told him of tho necessity for my having n good horse. It was "winter, tho drifts were high, and I had got to plungo into tho mountains after I left New Fane, Charley loaned mo his fur overcoat and gloves, hitched to tho cutter a black mure, 14 hnnds high, weight 850 pounds, remnrklng as tho hitching up process went ou: "Georgo, this is 0110 of your father's kind. When yon leave the river road, lower tho check line, so if sho flounders in tho snow sho can havo her head, and if you nro as attentive to the maro as you used to be when I was teaching you to drivo stngo horses you will bo back tonight all right, and I will set up for you until 10 p.t-tn- EEl IVOR) w G. li candidate lor lustier ol the Peace in the Hus- - Canbehadin the market. Prd es lower than the tclivillc precinct, subject to the action ol the lowest Mourning goods a specialty. Call and eaamlne before buying democratic party. MARY DAVIS DUDDERAR. Stanlord, Ky Manager Mrs. Kate Duddi-rar-, COMMERCIAL IILOCK 1. SMILEY The Nobiest and Nicest Goods? L.I5.AIMMS, re n 5911 kl PURE FOR CLOTHES. the rmocTEH a oamole cc cinti. JlC-HjI am 50AP '" rfT ka" 7 U candidate for lustlce of the Priro in the Ilus- tonille precinct; subject to the action of the democratic party. Mavis Verticil a hi iw'w Machines hey run lighter and can do T. J. HENEMCT, it-el- Are tha The present Constable, is n catidl late for ee tion in tho Stanford precinct, subject to the action ol the democratic party. Election In November. He asksjour support. greater variety of work than any other tcwititf machine. Tha brt becausu Ladles of Lincoln County Are cordially Invited to call at the t Asaph lintel and csamlne l Mo ma nine, as mch at ram McMUKRAY IIROS pics of its work. Staulord, Ky i ij-i- R. Zimmei:. IUIAI.UK IN DR. W. B. PENNY, Dentist. Main St., In oflic recently vacated by Dr. Lee E. Hnllinaa, Stanferd, Ky. Office South Sid ns Fancy lcj ju Groceries. Higgins & Watts, Foreign and Do- All Kinds of Coal, : , . .Dealers n ........ now rrmly to drllvei manufactuied Ice Irom the Stanford Factory to customers rcgularlv eeryinoinltiK at the rite ef FIFTY CKNIS I'EK llUNIlREDl'OL'ND LOIS and over, and at 75c In smaller lutt. E. Hit EM EH, Stanford. to Stanford, . Kv. mestic Fruits, Candies, Nuts. YOU ARE... Respootfully Xxivitad. I am just back from the cities with a largo and wellscleUiHi slock of Ml l.l.I NEK V, which I will scil cheaper than ever Alisa Laura Jarltoe, a superior tilmmer Irom Clncmnau, has engaged ilh mc and I can guarmtee satisfaction to esery particular. Call aad aee my goods. ;MISS L1CCIE 11EAZLEY,' Sunfard, Ky. Tobacco, Cigars. GENERAL REPAIR SHOP. I'pholsterme Lounges, Chairs and all tlrids ol Mattrrsses, Rorkinc Headquarters lor almost anything you want. When you want aTirst-clas- s Furniture Repaired, Call And Vartnshc.1 I'nces to suit the times and si roe at II. C Ruplcy'sold stand oyponte Sttauli'slin Snop. 35 meal for 25c, call on htm. fTtx I T V OpQ ' im iii.A.N.r..suirj juiiM.Street, Stanford, Ky. Main POSTED. There personally appeared belore me, justice of of the peace in ana lur Lincoln county, William Wright. Dr James Riffe and Mil ion Reynolds, who sttte on oath that they are the parlies who wlued the cow, an estray ou the larm ol A C Dunn, The said cow Is a sivcklcl roan, about to )caraold; she has the bush other tail oil; she lll weiKh about yjo pounds. They furthermore state that they regard her as worth eighteen dolSaid cow came to A. C. Dunn's. Apr lars, $18 ., IS 4- r fcY, J. r. U U. W. A R. ZIMMER. Stanford, Ky. 14PK ? ' "7 S 1 BTTGCTSr TOPS. Stlfclfy Prices AJ ' A ?PI 11. t&K For . -- 'Cs ' li kL) '. 1 m wrT"i'Zti I ' ! 1 ! I! ' VI 'VO-- J be-ca- tut A. S. PRICE, I All kinds of Carriage and lluggy Tops, Dashes and Penileis REPAIRED AND RECOVERED In First-clas- s CZ? to ois.-ar- &lLL1- Office jeop-ard- y Uwslty Building, SURGEON DENTIST. over Mc Roberts Druj Storn in the ne Stanford. style and at io-- m Carriage Painter and Trimmer, MaLfotd K.y JOHN II DeNARDI, Refreshing Bath, Hot or Cold, stjllsh Hair Trim or Clsan Shave, go Cook & Fiirmor'n Bnrbor Shop. 3IYEKS IIOL'SE wit-nose- s, JLITTERTf STABLE P W.CREEN, A t, Prop. This ttable, which is run n connection with th, n Myers House, uasjbecn supplied wltl I lei, it lapidlv opened and It embraces eery have engaged Mis ih'iig pretty arid stylish. Julia Stitt.o'Ciscmnati. totrlm f it me IsSlelsfc sure to and taste and lady ol much eaperienie cooJs is An cie satisfaction. MRS I'OKIhl ofCOl'klS. in10 vited. 1 Ladies, Your Attention, Please. My Stock of Millinery The Myers House, IV W GREEN. Proprietor. Stanford, : : : n Kontucky. New Lot of Horses, Carriages. Buggies, Wagons, Linnietta Park Springs, Junction City HOYLKCOI Post-OHlce, I am still running this Hotel sad will continue tt i:ive my KUtsisihe rwliust atten- tion as well as the best the msrkc atlunls. pecial Attention to tho Traveling Public. When you want a first-clas- ruuimer's Supplies and Is tetter than iiupply the public with prepaid nil, ei s NTY, KY. turnout com to my FIRST-CLAS- S BIOS OF.ALL KINDS. givento Weddings .1'. Personal and promptattcntion Tames and IlurlaU. OPEN JUNE 1ST, 1894. The Linnietta Springs Co. lakes pleasure in announcing to Its patron, and the public Kcoc,a,r that they have leased this popular resort and hae placed the management in charge of Cap!. Thomas Richards, ohm proverbial politeness and attention insuies pleasure and comfort lolls guests. The culinary ucpaitnient ill be under the spe cial charge of Mrs. Sallle Richards, whose are too well known in that capacity to need comment in this notice iiuaii-ficatio- LIVERY STABLE. Price to suit th hard times. at th Myers House 0&Ve Call or leave order W.GREEN, Proprietor ALUURNS, Manager. Farmers Bank&Trnst I Co San Francisco. Portland. A World's Fair Record. CSZCAGO -- OnSTANFOKD. KY.. snow lully orgsntied and ready tor business wita . Paid up Capital of Surplus, VIA- MUSIC. will be dancing oery evening and special bops every Friday ctrnirig. The gtaud opening ball Friday evening, ue 15 LINNIETTA SPRINGS CO., Traps , Thomas Kh harps, Manager $200,000. 2t 000. lheie A Rood Hand has been employed lor the scaMin. J- -t -- g)j touisvmt mAiBm Chicaq Hi ,(- - PTJLLMANSAND PARLOR CARS. ONLY LINE FROM LOL'ISVILLE flRAR ORCHARD ...,.. -- " ' o r WWSMJUMSXSM!' mvMWjfWuw. Iy. i. RUNNING - DINING - CARS. WRUli TO E. H. 1IACON, I). I'. A.. K. J. KEKD.G I'A Chicago, 111 Louisville, Ky. SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL. BANK OF STANFORD, Now closing up) with th same asset and undu the same management. Ily provisions of Its chatter, depositors art as fully protected as aie denositors in Nstional Banks, its shareholders being held individually liaolc to the silent ol th amount of their stock therein at the par value Ihcteol, in addition to th imount invested In suih shares It may actas siecutor, administrator, trusts, Ac, as fully as so individual To those who entrusted their bulsincss to us whilo mnagliiK the Lincoln National Hank cl Stanford, we e heir tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact tneir bbiinesi with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years' rapcrieoce ia banking andas liberal accommodations as are consistent with sound banking St. Paul. Denver. Ky. Midland R'y, Shortest and quickest between Cincinnati and Franlc fort Only Direct Line between Frankfort, Gcorgotown and Paris, Cnrlislo, Mayavillo, Oynthiana, Falmouth and Covington. Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland, run by Central Standard Timo. TinoTsblJjnne jh, 1894. No 3 No. 1.. TRAINS LAST. p. iu. a. m.l 7 00 Leave Kranktort A ' 4 16 Summit ..706 " KUnorn ...7 11 " Switier 4S 718 SJ3 " Stamping Ground. 7 )3 ' 4,S4 7 34 JJuvull 11 4 50 Jfihntoii 740 Trains No 1 1 mitacToMs, Williams, Ml. Yeronn j S. H Shanks, sutifonl; Jrali OinVurJ., J. S. Owsley, Stanlord; To the Public Sncc its discovery by Daniel S.J. Eiubry, Stanford; lloone nearly a century or more ago the locality J II. Owsley, Stanlanl; the Mecca of ol Crab Orchard spring has ..t..ti, ...ikra Cith 111 heallne J. FJCiib, Stanford; i...ih aur waters, oionlc atmosphere and home-lik- e William Geoch, Stanlord; roumlings, It at once atlurns 10 tne ci.crvaicu auu A. W.;Carpentcr, MlllclKeviIle, Ky del ilitatcd a Hope and a .sanitarium. W. II, Cummins, 1'reai.hcrsvills The vicinity abounds with scenes to charm the Painter and inspire tne Pcet , Ivan wIks (or mc S. H.'.ShanVs. Presideul, Ilowlintr, lor the wtary. leaver, embowered Dr.IJ Ml, Owsley .tCathier, lhlliardand DancuiR Halls for th light hearted, W, M Hright.Trltsr. and Hunting (or thc.sporlsmen. Kst,cial attention is ;len to the cuisine $S tojis per week.. I or Terma moderate From further Information, apply to GIN llOF.MANN, Pror. !. Crab Orchard, Ky OF STANFORD, KY. J.J. 4t ln lne FIRST NATIONAL BANK Surplus .......- - p. m. 1 00 10 7 D. S. CAHPE1TTER, Capital Stock- At the well-know- n $200,000 21,300 old stand ol J. II. Green, In as 40 1 a 00 1 a ao 35 to " Georgetown...-!C. S. Depot ! .. 7 48 7 5S 4 57 ' ' Newton Centreville 8 oS 6 so 8 30 Arrive Paris Lluabeth t 16 SOJ J 3 300 C a. J" J5 5 15 3 ao 3 35 3 45 4 00 TRAINS WE&T. No. Le Paris ....C , Arr Elizabeth Arr Centreville.... -- 10 14 -- 10 33 Arr Newtown ArrC. S. Depot..... - 9 3' Arr Georgetown II 1037 11 47 Arr Johnson 10 w Arr Duvall ArrStamp'g Ground 11 co 11 10 Arr Swiizer ArrElkhoin a. in. .to 00 10 to No. 4. No. S p m. a.m.. No .11 6 os 440 615. 4 6 55 6 19 531 5 40 7 8 64. flS 6 7 17 645 7 800 10 S 50 47 600 Attention of the public is invited to the fac - that this is tho only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Hank Act Has Just receded a beautiful line of depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders' liability lor ao amount equal lBuggies, &c. this institution to the stock, so that depositors ol are secured by a fund of $400,000. Five sworn statements ofthecondition of the bank Call and see his stock and get his prices which are made each yearto the United are lower than anybodys. II you want a nice set ment and its niseis are examined States governat stated Iioim of harness, a whip or a duster. by government agents, thus securing addititona illnder Twine for sale. and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as tha THOMAS YEAGER. Deposit Hank of Stanford in 1858, then JAMES YEAGER. tied as the National Hank ol Stanford in taoj and again at the First National Hank ol Stanlord in iS3, has had practically an uninterrupted exittenceof years. It Is better supplied now with lacilitiea for transacting business prompt Iy and liberally than ever before in its long aad honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solic-t- d. Special Hates to Commercial Men, Hustonville, Kentucky. Surreys, Phaetons, an YEAGER & YEAGER, STANFORD, B.Y. p "3 830 -- 1117 905 3 9 5 Arr Summit " 30 ti Arr Frankfort... A 95 A connects with L. AN. II connects with Q. A C. and L. S. C connects with K. C. 7 13 7 30 7 36 7 35 Th Directory of this Bank is composed ol Forestus Reid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; If you need livery give us a call. Nothing bat s turnouts will leave our stable. Sec us G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; for rates. In our first-clas- HARNESS SHOP You will find a good assortment of Harness, Bri- I SUNDAYTRAINS. dles, Saddles, A'C Havesour repairing done by his business. We have a Leave Franklort 9 00 a. m J Georgetown 10 00 a. our man he understands arnvo trauklort 11 30 methauic in our m. LveC.wutfelown 1037; BLACKSMITH SHOP. P'The Kentucky Midland Ralwayand connecto all cheapest Miller, Mi. Veraon tions form the shortest andand West. route s work nnd satisfactory J S.Uockor, President; M.J. Will guaranty North r0.'.1" sjuih, m,lv in their aeent. prices, Tiv our horse snocr. ....'. East, ..,. rcr mi"1'1 :" ,:u..vvi .7 v' n... .fcvM,. Jihn J. McKoberu, Cashier; Agents for Peering Machines, the lightest diaft C. ii. nr.itii utu A. A. MeKinney, Assistant Cashier. machine on earth. S5; GEO. U. HARPER, Gen. Supt. first-clas- J.W. llayden, Stanford; S.H, naughman,LincoIn; J. S. llocker. Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; M. D. Kliuore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford. K. L. Tauner, MeKinney; n .1 il ii ,iii .,.JsMtf$rite 4dm'j f . i "fciv .. (VW4i 4 im iuv&Mm& .t'.Mir. JLxZ UAriAr fzt, iV. a IV,1 '$$t a..j,.i... tHltiff.-tm- t . .. ..Ut2J -.