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CARRARD COUNTY. be-du- nt LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. of bams ball wus plnyori In our letter, in giving an account of is a Bister of tweeii local pluyi'rs WedncsilKV. With the ortMiiiziMon of tho Liberty Fair Asof Vllili'y Colli-jro- , tl'iH exception the town hud on a Sunday sociation thern UuHalo Hill. was a mistake which we Fifo, tlio drummer uvatipeliHt, had ulr. are called upon to correct. Judge Win. A bUiro load of Master Masons went ' M. Myers' name over 100 converBlonB at his Cynthiana ought to have been in ' over to Danville last nl(lit meeting which closed Sunday niht. to buo Borne tho list of directors, and Roy S. Heazley Dr. J. V. Logan, of Kichmond, will interestiiiK work in tho lodo at that on the committee on program instead of preach for his son, Rev. S. M. Ioyiui, at city. vice versa hs reported. Capt. Frank White, one of the old-Th- o tho Presbyterian church next Sunday Tiie election on Monday, July 2d, latter is improving rapidly, but is est typo nettors in the State an wH hs resulted in a grand victory for those one of the best men, has resigned his not yet able to preach. to the Hdoon. At the close of tiie Rev. II. 0. Morrison left yesterday position on the Central Record. polls tiie vote stood as follows: For the Ono of K. J. Curley's larga distiller-Sout- h sale of honor 75; for an evangelizing tour through thei a.inst its sale, 174 and will go as far us Texas, but he ies at Camp Nelson was destroyed by giving W) majority in favor of the "drys." will turn un here attain in time to taku a Are Wednesday night. The stable cou- There were 'JW5 votes oait but 17 were tainiug If head of mules, Lamer?, tc thrown out on account of not being hand In tho prohibition election. Tiie First l'resbyterian church of and 3,000 Injsiiels of coal were also do- - stamped exnctlv according to law. Of Jcney City has decided tous inJividual stroyed. Tiie distillery was situated on this number, 11 clearly indicated that cups in tiie communion service This is the left hand side of the turnpike and they intended to vote against the saloon, a little nicer than all drinking out of the was about 100 yards from the large bond-DAin- o and two for it, while four were no( cup, but perhaps it doesn't show as ed warehouse. The free warehouse stamped. If all, had been counted, the caught several times but the llames were full majority would have been 10S, not much humility. Roy. II. O. Morrison preached to a extinguished. The large wooden bridge counting the four vacant ballots. Tiie large congregation at the Christian over Kentucky river and only about CO entire vote of tiie precinct was only esti church Wednesday night on the duty of yards from the fire was saved after a des- mated at EOS, but tiiis was undoubtedly Christians with reference to the whisky perate fight. below the real number, though a pretty Mr. William Sellers has been in town full vote was given. There was never tralllc, and those who heard him say he fairly out did even his previouu fine ef- forseeral days. Six or eight couples of an election held here in the memory of forts. There are a great many people young folks went from here to Crab Or- tiiH oldebt inhabitant in which a greater here who think Mr. Morrison is the best chard Springs Wednesday evening to at- interest was manifested. Both parties preacher iu the world. tend the hop. Misses Motile Smith and worked with vigor and industry, but in If this is a specimen of Evangelist Altie Marksbury are Bpending the week the beit of humor; there was not a jar ! lie's language in tho pulpit, heneedut,n Lower Clarrard. Meers. John 12. tho whole day. Thoudi the defeated come nearer to us than ho Iibh: "Some Stormes and Homer Rataon attended tho party may feel diappointed, yet it is fool will run around' funeral of Mrs Welch, at Nicholasville, supposed little blab-mout- h that no bitterness will be left and say Fife is preaching for money, Wednesday. Mr. Peyton I'arrott, apeclnl behind, as no insults were cast on either We'll have to count croffl ties to get out ogont for the Singer Sewing Machine side as far as known. The vote is unof this town. You can take all the lib-- . Company, has been hero this week iu doubtedly a very strong expression of eral givers in Cynthiana, put them iu Interest of his company. Mr. 12. K. the people on the liquor question. the bill of a humming bird and blow Higgins, of Louisville, has been visiting Turnpike Law them into the eye of a Ilea." friends in and around IancaMer for a The following was enacted liy the last The religious tensus of Lexington, week. LetHslatute: which was determined by a house-t- o FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. The president and manageis of all toll house canvaas by committees of the vari I ' op-poi- ed ' , -- Mrs. Julia J. Irvine, tliu mw presi- - A Getting after the Snnctlficallonlsts. (To the Editor Interior Journal. As Stanford is head centre of n batch of religious heresies, the publication of the following extract from "The Truth," written by Prof. Moorehead, of Xenia, O., may serve a good purpose: "Why is SSZEK I Our terms arc Strictly Cash and Prices Strictly Low. Wc expect it that nearly every religious extrava-- ' gance, iu'theso last days, somehow con- to sell every man alike and to all at the nects itself with the second advent" An enormous brood of heresies infest the country. Annihilation of the wicked, conditional immortality, restorationism, soul sleeping, blasphemous pretentious to miraculous power, fanatics and luna- Examine our goods and convince yourself that ve mean more than tics of every hue the laud is filled with wc say. Hard times is the cry and money is scarce. Now is the their frightful noise, and almost everyone claims to be waiting for the Lord's time to make One Dollar buy the most, by investing it with coining. What does it mean? Is it possible the blessed hope tends to produce and foster error? No. The reason seems to be this The devil, who has a special hatred for this truth, evermore seeks to T cover it with ridicule and contempt, and 1L so he drives under whip and spur, poor' deluded men and women into all sorts of fantastic and harmful notions, tying these up at the same time, with the doctrine of tiie speedy second advent." Might not the above list of injurious heresies bo enlarged by the addition of the doctrine of instantaneous holiness by the direct power of the Holy Ghost? the healing of all manner of disease and Attention is called to our line of School Supplies, Fine Stationery, broken bones iu the same way? Toilet Articles, Perfumeries and Druggist Sundries. W. L Williams. Prescriptions carefully prepared from best drugs by a regular drug- Lowest : Possible : Prices. W. H. WEAKEN & CO. TTQTTI X JLM'JLM. STORB. Drugs, Paints and Wall Paper. W. B. McROBERTS, Stanford. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. gist. tl, ious churches, shows that tiie Christian -S- tanford Fair, July 10 and L'0. church leads, with 07S (amiliex; tiie Tlio egg crop in tho United States is Catholics come next, w ith .127; the Rap worth 5100,000,000, annually. tiste 611'; Methodist, 'tf'2; Presbyterians, George Raker bought in the Higheveral land section a lot of fat hogs at iJjc. JO I, and F.piecopalians, other denominations have represent a. Anderson bought of James tivifl numbering less than 100 families Peppli, a small hunch of fat cattle at each. There are only ii;i Jewish fami- Jc. lies. Tip Rruce, of Danville, has two great pacers in Rarney and Harry R. HUBBLE. Tiie latter won his race at Harrodsburg W. R. Wntnoii thought lie was going with the greatest ease. to have a brick layer, but it is a tine Sales of a car load of lambs at 8J for Kirl. shipment July l0th and a car of fat cows Rro. John Roll Gibeon will preach and heifers nt 2Ho 3c are noted in the nt Rright's school house next Sunday Winchester Democrat. night. Rtce horses have their ups and The picnic at the iron bridge was downs in life. George Frederick, winlargely attended and tiie good people of ner of the Derby in , was sold some that community furnished plenty to feed weeks since for 30 shillings. nil. W. L. Jarvis sold to Ross Warren Miss F.liza Smith is visiting friends 100 slop fed hogs averaging about 200 in ihia community. Richard Rowland pounds at Ijc for part weighed here and was out here on his wheel on business a remainder weighed at Cincinnati at ijc. few days ago. Richard did not get on a Anderson News. tear, but his wheel did, and as he went The cucumber is again with us. Tho down the long, rough hill by Dick With- cucumber is a vegetable that, when it ers', it threw him off, hurting him and isn't getting mankind into bad shape, is crippling itself up some. Dr. Kinnalrd always getting itself into some sort of reports Mrs. Ed Miner convalescent. pickle. Glasgow Times. Mr. Ed Miner's father, mother and sisBelmont Chief S0S9, the splendid ter, of Louisville, are visiting liitn this sulliou belonging to James P. Crow, week. died yesterday of colic. He was n splenTho paper for Rank of England noteB didly brod horse, an excellent individual, and notwithstanding ho was only is always made from now white linen had live in the 2:30 list. Mr. never from rags or anything that has used before. So carefully is the Crow had refused $1,000 for him more been paper prepared that even the number of than once. 12. P. Woods and J, 12. Lynn shinned dips into tho pulp made by each worka car load of sheep nnd iambs to Cincinman is registered on an automatic dial. Samuel R. Arnold, who was impli- nati since tho strike has boon on and are cated in the project to abduct President losers to me nine oi fi-- o ny it. Alter a Lincoln in 1SU3, and sentenced to the long delay tho car readied Covington Dry Tortugas for life, beiug afterward and there tiie poor, famished brutes were pardoned by President Johnson, ij now disposed of. They will sue the L. vt N. keeping a meat stall in the Rroadway for damages. Horsemen should remember that Market, Raltimore. A man Ih a good deal like a chame- the saddle stallion and saddle mares leon, after all. Ho turns yellow with and geldings stakes both close on jealousy, green with envy, blue with Tuesday, July 10, and that if they intend despondency, gray with ago, red wiih entering their horses they had better do anger, white with fear and black witli so at once. If you havn't received an despair. entry blank, write at onco to 12. C. Wal Mrs. Cathorino Salisbury, sister o, ton, secretary Stanford Fair. the mormon prophet, Joseph Smith, who Soo tuoWorld'B Fair for 16 Conta was hilled at Carthage, III., in lSli, is L pen receipt centi In etill living at Fountain Green, III., S'2 postage (lamps of your additss anil 15 Nun enir e will man jou our of age ami witti a distinct recollec- Portfolio of tho World' Columbian years The regular rrUo i joe, but as we uantjouto tion of the tragedy. havuonqwe make the price tiomlnnl. You Mill find it a of Art and Dulcin, n new sweetening material contains workpago views ofthins to bo prired. It full the Krcst building, is said to bo 'J23 times nssweot as sugar. with descriptions of tame and iscieLuted in the not satisfied with it niter highest itylaol art. II It Is nBed as n drug only, and would he you vet it we wilt refund the stamps and li l vou keep the book. Address It. E. llucklen A: Co., on tho diniugltable. dangerous (jiucago, 111. - When the aluminum cap was put on Washington monument it cost JS a Those who have All Froo the used Dr. Kim's Now Dhcov pound. Now it can bej bought for 07 err know its value and those who hae not. have now the opportunity to try it free. Call on the ad cents a pound. vertised druggist and get a dial bottle Iree. Send Wheeling, W. Va., man has a your name to II. E. llucklen .V Co., Chicago, and A get a trial bottle of Dr. King' New Lite i'llls as canary that he claims can whistle "Yan- well as a copy of Guide to Health and Household Instructor free. All of which li guaranteed to do kee Doodle." you good ana cost you nothing at A. K, I'enny's urug store. It is estimated;that Now York has no less than 10,000 opium eaters. 1S7-Ieight-years-ol- bridet, turnuike, travel and plank road companies in which the State or county is a stockholder shall, within the month of July in each venr, make a full setth nient with the county court in each county in which same is located, bIiow-Iiian itemized account of the entire earnings of snid toll bridge, turnpike, gravel or plunk road company, and said settlement shall bo sworn to by the of- llcor making the sani"; and they shall also make or declare n dividend of tiie profits of such bridire, turnpike or road company, if any, and flay to the stockholders, when called for, tho amount due them, and into the treasury of the State or county the amount due to tho State or county within 20 days thereafter. It shall be tiie duty of the county attorney to see that said settlement is made or dividend is declared; and upon failure of any of the companies herein enumerated to comply with the requirements of this section, they, or any of them, shall, upon indictment in the circuit court of tiie county holding stock in any of the company lie rein mentioned, be fined not less than f'o nor more than $100 for each k Charles Dazen, a love sick youth, killed his sweetheart, Miss Mattie Hull, near Vanceburg, because she refused to marry him. At Jackson, O , Mr. and Mrs. Court- - j uey Martin died within two hours of each other. They had been married 57 years and were iS years old. In the United States there are 21 law firms iu which the partuerp are bus band and wife. It is safe to wager that the wife is the head of the firm. HaydeuS. Shauks and Miss Lillie May Delaney were married at Mr. J. F Delaney's yesterday. The groom lacks a year of his majority, the little bride has seen but 15 summers. J. II. Hughes celebrated the Glorious Fourth by taking to his heart and home Mies Maud O'Dear. They ent up to Crab Orchard to have the knot tied. He is a widower of 32; she a maiden of 17. A Gallatin gentleman informs us that the following is a verbatim copy of an order received by a merchant of that place: "Send me a sack of Hour, 5 iba coffee and a pound of tea. My wife gave birth to a fine baby boy last night, also one pound of Bendall's Royal tobacco, a screw driver and a fly trap, it weighed 10 pounds and a straw hat." Franklin J WALL nishes, &c. : PAPER Var- Well Selected, adds 25 per cent, to the beauty and finish of a home. My stock is sure to please you in DESIGN, QUALITY AND PRICE. A full stock cf Guaranteed Mastic Mixed Paints, Alabastine, ECirSTE TTQTXR HEFAmXHTG Before Spring Cleaning. DGSTE A.. B.. PE!T!T"!irt Druggist. DR. S. G. HOCKER, DRUGGIST. The Drug-Stor- e Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your Drugs, School Supplies, School Books, .Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, Liquors for Medical Purposes. Gazette. ALL ABOARD FOR CLEVELAND oll'ense. The Best Goods for the Least Money, Call and see us. d 11 -- This is Debs' ultimatum: must be an armistice between Pullman and his employes on a basis satisfactory to the mrtii. (They are willing to accept a reasonable promise.) And all the men must be taken back to work. "'2 There must be an adjustment between the railways and the strikers, all muBt be restored to their old positions, and no wages shall be cut nor shall discriminations be made. "Tho General Mauaucrs Association has common cause with the Pullman company, and we cannot settle witli either side. There must lie agreement witli both or none." Friends in this county wero pained to learn of the sudden death of Mtas Fannie Veiser, on tiie cars, 70 miles from Jacksonville, Fla , last Saturday morning. She and her sister, Miss Katie, had ten visiting tiie Mioses Oxiey, at Junction City, and were ou their way to their home at Tampa, Fla., when MiHS Fannie was taken suddenly ill and died on the train. The deceased had been in very bad health for some time and came North in hopes of itnptoveinent. Advo cate. Mrp. Emma Walker Ilerr lute bought an interest iu the Illustrated Kentuckian, nnd will hereafter he associated with Mrs. Eugenia Dunlap Potts iu publishing what will be u more than ever a popular paper. James E. McElroy, tho New York broker, who died Saturday, was a son of S. It. McElroy, of Lebanon, and a cousin Proctor Knott. of "First-Th- ere 1 ex-Go- v. On Account of Christian Endeavor Convention, July 11th to 15th, Big 4 Route Will sell Tickets at Half The Rate. 4 Trains Every Day. I.v Cincinnati 9 co am n 45 am. Ar. Cleveland, 5.20 pm. 7.45 pin 6 00 pm. 1 DR. S. G. HOCKER, Tb.o Druggist. S.Q pra so am. e.45 pm No Transksii at Cincinnati. All trains of the L. & N. It. It , Queen & Crescent Route, Kentucky Central and Chesapeake A OHo Railway make direct connection in Central L'uion Station, Cincinnati, with Exprees Trains of the Big Four Route for Cleveland. To secure these splendid accommodations it will be necessary for you to ask for tick ets via the Big Four Route. E. O. McOormiek, Passenger Traffic Manager, D. B. Martin, General Passenger Agent, Cincinnati. m m O'Brien Wagons Canton Chil'd Plows. FARRIS & HARDIN. Stanford, m 1 Kxoncrailiig Himself. Dr. Bnchscl onco had for ono of his congregation n rustic who settled himself to sleep nt onco nnd snored so loud Following arc the tiates fixed so far for the tucky Fairs. Harrodsburg, June 27 to 29. Lexington, trotting, July 4 to i. Shelby wile, July ti to 13. Springfield, July 17 to 30. Stanford, July 19 and 30 . Lebanon, July 35 to 17. Danville, August 1 to 3. MaysviUc, August 1 to 4. Nicholasille, August 7 to 10. Eminence, August S to 11. Versailles, August 14 to 17. Columbia, August at to 34. Winchester, August 3t to 35. Lexington, August 25 to Sept. 1. Franklin, August 39 to Sept. 1. Tans, Sept. 4 to 8. llardstovrn, September 4 to 8. Howling Green, Sept. 4 to 8. Paducah, September 3 to 15. Sharpsburg, Sept iStoai. Gcrmamoun, October 3 to 6, Lexington, trotting, October 6 to 13 Ken- Ky I MEET WITH SUCCESS. WHT2T? Because my friends trade with me, for which I appreciate and thank them veiy much. I don't know a better way to get your trade than to get THE BEST I G-003D- S I For you to select from. HAVE JUST RECEIVED J. C. FLORENCE. Thobk Who abb sjPostkd. Will toll you that the nee t and healthiest summer resorts iu the northwest Hre located along tho Wisconsin Central Lines, among which are Lake Villa, Fox Lake, Antlocli, Burlington, Mukwnnago, Waukesha, Neonah, Waupaca, Fitleld. Ashland and Duluth. Tourists and pleasure seekers llguring on their next summer's vacation should hear this in a mind and before selecting a routo line to J as. C Pond, General Passenger Agent of tho Wisconsin Central Lines, at Milwaukee, Wis, and he will send you maps, time tables and guide books containing valuable information, which are mailed free upon application. 11 When When When When nabjr was glclt, we par her Crutorl. she was a Child, arm cried for Castoriv sho becAme Miss, she cluntf to Owtoria, she had Children, she gcvethem CastoriV. Bucsiln'uArnlca Salve. The belt salve In the world tor cuts, bruisess tores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin crup lions. It positively cures piles, or no pay required. It Is guarantied to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 15 cents per box, - or s le by A. R. Fenny, Stanford, Ky, that It interrupted even tho singing. Tho doctor hired ft boy for n groschon to sit closo to this fellow mid awaken him from time to time, but tho mnn gavo tho boy two groschen not to ho disturbed. At Inst tho minister spoko to tho offender and nsked him what motivo ho could havo for his conduct. "Well, sir," ho said, "thcro nro too many llic.s iu tho hou.--o for n man to get his rest, but iu tho church it's fluo and cool. Iu tho winter there, is never nuy need why I should come." Argonaut. Over 1,000,000 people in this country live upon the wages paid by railroad Last lune Dick Crawford brought hit 1: months old child, suffering from infantile diarrhoea, to me. It had been ueaned at lour months old and being sickly eerythlng ran through it like water through a sieve. I gaeit the usual treatment in such cases but ithout benefit. The child kept growing thinner until It weighed but little more than wi tn born, or perhaps 10 pounds. I then started the lather to gmng Clarahcrlain's Colic, Cholera aDd Diarrhoea Remedy, Ilefore one bot-l- e ol the 15 cent sire had been used, a marked improvement was seen and its continued use cur. ed the child. Its weakness and puny constitution disappeared and its father and mytclf believe the me enna niewassaveu uytnis Kemeoy. J I. Marlow, 31. U lamsroa, 111. eorsaleby Dr..a. u. Hocker, Druggist, stantord. W. H Nelson, who is in the drug business at 's Kingville, Mu , has so much confidence in Colic, Cholera aud Diarrhoea Remedy that he warrants every bottle and olfers to refund the money to any customer wools not satisfied alter using it. Mr. Nelson takes no risk In doing this because the remedy Is n ccrtsin cure for the dleases lor which it is intended and he knows It, For sale br Dr S. G. Hocker, Druggist, Stanford Cnam-berlain- A nice line of Dry Goods, Notions, Straw Hats, Caps, Fans, Neckwear, Suspenders Ladies' Vests, Corsets, Hose and Shoes, French Cadies, Cakes, Bananas, Nice Fresh Butter on Ice and Groceries at Low figures for Cash. rtet$fH IpflwM li keceiving His SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS: Goods Warranted andpa Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give me call. companies. ifi. . .. 4 . '4 " . A- - - AU-- 'mwmui VKMpqwi . .. ' - "' 1 S,Vtf'J9")- - r " ' " t 4 'RWr- ' - " I"- - - Jf" " - t- - " . .. I - T. ,vi ' ' ' 1 rWVaiCT ' ', ' - S V " " T "' 7 ,.' t . T"Wi J . 'i-- UawniVN wKIW n - - 7 "WT TT lP, w h.H' - " ." -.1 - bm y j - - , . f I I m ' ?; ' m ' , 1 I M t I r& C, I . I r Amelie Hives Chanler, the authoress, TIIEis planning a trip to the Holy Land. T Triplets, all boys, weighing respect ively 0J, 7J and 8 pounds, were born last Btanford, Ky., week to Mrs. Frank Marshal, of Lee county. Thomas J. Zimmerman, aged 73, W. P. WALTON. HACKNEY IN HARNESS. celebrated all over the country in the died in Lexinutou. Ho was the oldest usual ways. Some did so by murdering printer in Central Kentucky, and had fnnp Unit at n Sitlrltnl American Ilrrtl DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. their fellow men, others tried to prove been a resident of Lexington all bis MnrkiM'y I'llly. that government by tho people is a de- lifo. Our artist has hero caught one of tho 3r.TRE.VKY ..J AS. OR CONGRESS, lusion and a snare, while the great body The New York constitutional con- handsomest young homo bred hackney r vw zcxs cay ur"."s?i." . For County Judge J AS .WALKER GIVENS of people took things quietly and thankvention now in session has adopted a mares in America. At tho tiiuo this Cleric G. n. COOPER " Of last week fcems to be appreciated by the public gcncinlly. l'co- picture wax taken she was n ed God for every temporal blessing. Let resolution that "alter January 1st, 1000, Attorney-.- .. ... ' J. H. PAXTON no person shall bo allowed to voto un- filly, ns full of fun and lifo us any mem- pic for miles around have taken advantage of tlic ' Sheriff. T. D. NEWLAND us pray. ber of her sex of tho human species. ' E. D. KENNEDY intelligently read und write Assessor EvEnv man whoso blood circulates less he can G. W. DEltOKD " Jailer. properly will agree with Miss Elvira the English language. Louisa Vaudeveer committed suiwho in the Tattler col3fo striko in this country has occasion- Sydnor Miller, cide at Harrodsburg by taking Paris of tho Louisvillo Times, character ed the wido spread disaster to nearly ev- umn was an orphan and married izes as "a chump in the 33d degree" a green. She ery business interest and the inconvena Cincinnati man. Ho died recently and Of last week, which will be continued until the entire stock of Sumfailed to come to time ience to the traveling public aa the pres young man who suicide. Mrs. J. F. Tywhen his bust girl invited him to satisfy grief caused her mer Goods is run down, and truly this appreciation is due jis for such ent causeless, senseless and criminal one rol, of Carrollton, drowned herself In the Ameri- himself that she did not have on a cor- Kentucky river, assigning no reason. excellent bargains are not often obtainable at any thing like the pres- that is being prosecuted by the hag completely set. Wo can haidly imagino a man with can Kailway Union. It prices. Ii you are anxious to purchase The town of Hudson. Mass.. was al who would not promptly paralyzed traillc on all the roads enter- soul so dead, totally destroyed by fire. Forty said, "This is the chance I most HACKXUY FIM.Y. ing Chicago and the situation is almost then have long have sought, and mourned becauao dwelling houses and many factories and Tho Firo of this mnro vriw imported as bad in Cincinnati. In many instan- T .., If nn business buildings, including tho Glcndivloof tho Indian Nock htock farm, ces the strikers have resorted to viowere burned. The loss is estima- Long Island. Her tluui waa Ileal Kit, now men, stoning lence, by shooting at Dehs, the irreHpousible labor agitator, ted to be between $750,000 and 1,000, by Renlity. passenger cars and ditching trains. At at whoso command thousands of fools 000. So promising wni this fino animal And to the very best advantage the is no opportunity like the present. Chicago tho orders of the U. S. court obey, gets $3,000 a year and lives at n The two Washington correspondents from tho flrht that ,yheii nho was 10 The argument that wc have been putting before the people that wc were openly defied and its bulletins torn fashionable hotel. It stands him in who refused to answer questions put by months old n western iniui who apprecidown. The situation grew so grave hand to show that he is earning his sal the Senate committee investigating tho ated hor points offered $2,000 for her, are selling shoes for $1 that elsewhere cost $1.25, Tuesday that a meeting of the cabinet ary, and he does so without regard to operations of the Sugar Trust were ar- an unusual price for tho test bred fillies nt that period of their existence. Her was held to consider it, after which the the consequences to labor or the coun- rested on indictmeuts returned by the owner, however, refused this largo sum president issued orders to the command try, lie has nothing to lose but all to grand jury. They were released on for her. Sho is noted for her graco of er of the troops at Fort Sheridan to pro- gain by the strike. His dupes will lose bonds. motion aud high spirit, tut well as her ceed to Chicago and enforce the Federal wonderful action in linrueiA Sho holds A final test of the locomotive entheir places and tho railroad companies statutes. They arrived that night and will be forced Btill further to reduce wa- gineers on the Cincinnati Southern was her head up like n queou. That cost $$ elsewhere, has becnj confirmed ly hundreds cf people were stationed in companies of 100 at the ges. during the past week, who have visited ,'cur ; store and lime gone morning at Cincinnati. mado Monday AtMiut Wool. places most likely to have trouble. The of them refused to join the strikers Fifty Following is n Mimxnnryof tho report away withgmore goods for less money than was ever known before in Owens is trying to pander to the prejsituation in California and tho far West ami John Knost mounted his box and on wool by exports of tho UniUxl States Stanford. Wc have just received is as serious as at Chicago. The Federal udices of tho yeomanry by charging that steamed express train No. 1 out of tho bureau of statistics: railroads law has not only been defied, but the 17. Mr. Settle is friendly to the That no commercial aud industrial city. Tho loyalty of the engineers was S. marshals seized and roughly handled. and that he voted to repeal the bill cre- acknowledged by the company in a spe- nation is wdf pufllcient in its supply of wool or ever bus Itwn tiinco machinery Trains carrying U. S. troops were ditch- ating tho useless railroad commission. cial card. was flrt employed iu tho manufacture ed and general disorder is everywhere This is a mighty poor business and goes Providence hni taken n hand in the of woolens. manifested. An ice and milk famino to prove that Col. Breckinridge's esti- strike at Hwlwell. Owing to the p That tho sheep growing Industry is prevails in Chicago, while meats, vege- mate of the Clark county horso is not so Which wc willfputjon sale this week at loiCents, a big line of light the peoplo of that town have been with- subject to tho unmo fluctuations of as might be supposed. tables and fruits 'are getting out of the far from right and depro-ii- on out ice. Tuesday, however, during that alTuit overy and dark Derby Hats foremen, which wejwill Jet go at the low price of reach of the poor, so high are the prices, in The Harrodsburg Sayings has a now storm hill as big as hen eggs full till- otVr industry. wool and suffering Already existe, while car That neither growing nor wool 50c. Don't forget to look at The stones were g by its utterances large quantities. upon car loaded with such things and head and new type and s manufacturing i a local industry democratic pa ered up by the tub full, and Bardwell for bo in by artificial restrictions on destined for that point lie upon side proves its claim to "the resume of a time had au abundance of ice the free movement of oxcluuigu of tho tracks, with their contents rotting and per of Mercer county." Its Owing to thu strike, N.tshville is en- raw wool or manufactured products. Gov. McCreary has done in Conwhat breeding pestilence. Many cars of stock gress is enough to make those who are joying an unprecedently cheap supply of That such restrictions nro rarely have perished for want of food and waHring yourjtickct'withyou and have the opposing him for trivial reasons, hang watermelons. The Nashville, Cnatta-noog- a placed upon tho raw wool, bnt nro gen- Actually ter, nobody daring to incur the wrath of and St. Louis has a freight train, erally upon tho manufactured products. ltnount of your purchase punched out and get one of the handsome their heads in shame. the strikers by going to their rescue. consisting of 2S cars, filled with the fruit No other nation of commercial nnd inThe situation is one of the gravest imThe strike has paled all other news from Georgia and Florida, blockaded at dustrial importance impetus its high pictures. port. There is always sympathy for the matters into insignificance. The dailies unties on wool and woolens as tho Unitand is endeavoring to dispose ed State. down trodden and oppressed laboring contain nothing else but news of strikes, that point, of the melons at eight cents apiece. That no legislation, short of prohibiman, when such cause exists, but in wars and rumors of wars. Anton Schafer, an agd and wea- tion of foreign competition, lias nvailed this case the railroad men have no exlthy citizen, was shot and killed at to maintain price in tho face of tho NEWSY NOTES. cuse for blirdly obeying the orders of Uharlestown, Ind., by James M. Van rapid increnso in tho world's supply. the fellow Debs, except one of sympathy That prices of domestic and imported The Vernon Marble Mills, at Proc- - Hook, of Florida. Van Hook was to with the Pullman employee, who have a tor, Vt., burned, causing a loss of f 1,000,-00- have married Mrs. Jennib Y. Bean, a wools havo ruled higher in tho lost 10 years in tho United States than else grievance with their boss. On this account, all roada carrying Pullman cars . Mrs. Dr. S. D. Welch, mother of rich willow, and it is alleged that Schaf- where, but this has not proved of A. URHANSKYl&CO., Proprietor to either woolgrower or manuhave been boycotted and many of them Hon. J. II. Welch, died at Nicholasville, er, who was infatuated with Mrs. Bean, T. D. RANEY,;Managcr. had threatened to kill Van Hook and facturer of woolens. completely tied up. At Cincinnati strike Tuesday night. That tho present depression is na his fiance. boss Phelan is under arrest for conmarked in Europe, Asia and Australa-hi- n It is said that 10 Woodford county tempt of the Federal court, and Debs men have put up $1,000 each to help Col. The comparative statement of the as iu tho United States, and cannot receipts and expenditures of the govern- therefore bo duo to any local factor or ought to be in the penitentiary. The Breckinridge in his race. fiscal year ending June 30, condition applyiug only to tho United time has passed for temporizing with Achilles Berryman wan killed at ment for the the strikers, who have taken the law in Ford, Sunday night by William Murrell shows the receipts to have been $200,- - States. , That foreign nntions possessing wool My S3.50, $4, $.1.50, $s, $5.50, SGand $g Leather Hottem, to their own hands, and the strong arm in a quarrel about a woman. O0G.33Gand the expenditures $300,593,-3o9Rocker Tho manufacturing industries gain by a freo Leather cover spring edge couchcr, Parlor Suits. leaving a deficit of $09,031,023. of the Federal government should put Jefferson Johnson, colored, charged choico of wools iu n freo market an end to the criminal proceedings by with rape, was taken from officers on the customs receipts exhibit a decrease of naThat tho landing them in jails. The country has and the internal reve- tions would exiorii'iico of European show that tho froo entry of road leading to Jefferson City, Mo., and about $71,000,000, stood just as much of it as it will. nue of about foreign wool has not destroyed thoir hanged. The latest intelligence yesterday was Over 1,000 passengers on the Chica- hhiep raising industries; thnt no ontsido Republicans of the Tenth district that the backbone of the strike had been have nominated the Hon. T. J. Hupkins, go and Alton were side tracked at comtwtitiou has or can completely de- 1 have the most complete line of Ued-rcoSuites ever handled in broken and that traffic will be resumed of Pike county, for Congress. He was a Bloomington, 111 , the firemen abandon- stroy it, or even injuro it in tho long Stanford. Solid oak suites from S 15 to $Go. "Walnut and natural at once. Ignominious failure was sure member of the last Legislature. ing the trains nnd refusing to allow new ran, whero reasonable effort is mado to cherry, book cases, hall trees, center tables, combination desks, sidemaintain quality of clip. to follow a cause so utterly devoid of Representative Stone's proposition men to go on the engines. A number of That tho shifting of wool producing boards, dining chairs, window shades, curtain poles, mattresses and sense or reason. for weather signals on mail traina has great hardship are reported. Many pas- centers meaning by tho oentor tho springs, pictures. 1 am Headquarters, lhc bottom has raveled out sengers were on their way to the death- country of wool production dominating of prices. Picture frames made to order On Wardrobes you can Akter four months of chatter and de- been stricken out of the Agricultural bill of relatives or to funerals, and tho commercial markets is inovitablo lay, the Senate at 11 r. M. Tuesday pass- by the Senate committee on commerce. beds count 25 or 35 per cent off of past prices. Large French Plate Mirof Es- these are almost distracted. Others are nnd cannot bo staid or proventod by Joseph Wiseman, ed the tariff bill by a vote of 39 to 34, rors so cheap that I will only sell one to a customer. My prices are legislation. conntv, wasstabbed to death at Kirks-vill- destitute. till demSenator Hill being the solo That wool raising is controlled by tho no secret but they pay the freight. Pacific Tho strike situation on the Madison county, by Frank Tevis, ocrat to vote against it, though the Lousaino economic conditions na any other during a difficulty over two dozen eggs. coast continuea to be anything but en- interest, agricultural, industrial or comisiana Senatord voted "aye" under proStratton fc Terstegge's storage rooms couraging so far as law and order are con mercial. It is extended whou profitablo test. Tho populists divided. A confercerned. An injunction similar to that and contracted when depressed. It is ence committee was immediately ap- and stove and tinware factory in Louisloss was about $110,-00- obtained at Chicago has been issued not conducted to suit manufacturera, pointed, consisting of Voorhees, Harris, ville, burned. The ALL MY- on which there was 57S,C00 insur against Debs' followers at San Francisco, but manufacturers conform to it, changVest, Jones, Sherman, Allison and Al- and Federal troops are preserving quiet ing methods nnd machinery to follow ance. drich, to meet a like committee from the tho wool product The increase in the tax on whisky at Los Angels; but serious trouble is imHouse, to try to convince the latter that minent at Sacramento, where two regiFarm Animal In thnUnttiHl fitt the rat it has brought forth after great has swelled internal revenue receipts. ments of State militia retreated before a Whisky owners are withdrawing their Tho report on tho number and condilabor is much better than its Wilson mob of strikers, several of the compan- tion of farm animals April 1 issnod by bill. Bad as it is, it is a big improve- s'ocks from bond to pocket the 20 cents ies surrendering their annsand ammuni- tho department of agriculture announces July and Januaryjand without any exception those whose account difference. ment on the McKinley iniquity and it is 1 Charles Thomas, a Faducah convict, tion to them. Tho strikers have organ, condition of swino as 97. against Oil 4 are six months'past due hoped that the House will promptly per oent on samo date last year. Tho into an armed guard. ized themselves concur in the amendments and end the plunged a dagger into tho heart of loss was only 4.9 per cent against 0.3 George McGee, a fellow convict, while There were no important develo p per cent The number in tho country suspense to which the country has been at breakfast in the penitentiary, killing menta in the striko situation at Chicago April 1 was 45.200,000 against 40,094,-00- 0 subjected so many months. yesterday, though almost in the face of him instantly. April 1, 1803. Tho total is tho Prender-gaPatrick Sullivan, who killed Frank Federal troops tho strikers continued smallest binco 1888, although tho condiThe jury found that assassin was sane and he was sentenced to Armstrong, at Lexington, some years ago their acta of violence. In one place 12 tional average is about tho highest The Do not be surprisedjatjseeing it on youraccount and do not ask me number in tho 12 packing states is hung July 13th. But he isn't hung and was sentenced to the penitentiary freight cars were burned and in otht-be against 29, 232, 000 for tho samo to deduct it. yet by a great deal, nor will he be then. for a term of 19 years, dropped dead. His localities carB wore overturned and 1 2 states last year. Tiiero aro f ower hogs awitchea misplaced. Several trains were in tho country, according to tho governA new trial will be asked for and if it be death waa caused by eating ices. exempting the sal- moved under guard without being dis- ment, than thero have been for six yoam. Tho amendment refused, an appeal will be taken to the supreme court, wnicu noes not meet aries of United States judges and the turbed, and to day it is expected the in- Tho number of cattlo is 63,095,000. again till next Fall. The assassin may president from the provisions of the in activity will cease, the railway managers Tho loss from winter oxposuro was bnt die of old age before he does of a broken come tax was defeated during the last having prepared to put their lines once 1.5 as against 2 n year ago, and per more in active oneration. A number of cent of loss from all sources 3.5 as hours of the tariff debate in the Senate. neck. being tried several times and arrests of strike leaders were made. At against 4.4 12 months previous. Tho After The Middlesboro News comes to the once or raoro sentenced to the peniten- Cincinnati enough new men have been number of sheep is now given nt defense of Congressman Silas Adaina tiary for tho murder of James Emerine, employed and enough old onea have against the attack of the Pineyille Mes- Hal Cockrill, waa acquitted by the Estill gone back to permit any road entering Live Stock TolntB. senger, but the colonel needs no such court Monday. Tho crime was commit- the citj to handle all business and When n foal is 2 days old, turn it nnd defense. 'lie is one of the best and pur- ted seven years ago. trains. Tho strike has spread to Mem- its mother out into tho air and sunlight est men in his party, and the bloody A maro suckling a foal should never Mrs. Charles Burch, of Zanesville, phis, and as a result night passeuger Eleventh will do itself discredit, if it fails O., started down to the river to tell her trains between Memphis and Birming- be left to gratis alono for her food. Sho needs somo grain also. to return him to Congress. l. husband, who was fishing, that dinner ham have been abandoned. WHAT DOES IT MEAN? Novcx let n foal bo born in a pasture says that Hon. was ready, when ahe stumbled and fell Tuk Middlesboro News " '" " atfcqiwn n. Cr.tMtit r.imf Ii IT nttti lUrtut or lot whero thero nro other horses than Utw- intu .j breaking her jf ,VjWh, (Ii. run C'lnt't.iwd w D. G. Colson has no intention of starting down an embankment, '.. tr hi,, uutfit .V l'8,ia.1: "t 'I I" iuUm its mother. itwt The engineers and conductors of tho neck aud both arms. J.uli4iUli. HorUli. City. Noa daily paper in that Tho breeders of Red Polled cattlo will railroad ollicials Elder McGarvey is out in a long let- L. & X. have assured the SOLID VESTIDULED TRAINS body who knows the clover young money show in England in Sephold n Courier-Journa- l, in which he that they are opposed to a strike, but tember. great thal-otl".Mnll f!m.i jont. "Vrpti(rh Carj t. Vl!tir- - it J thrill-)ogetter ever believed tho report, for while ter in the working on tho Iiulr ,rir. iimi.ink ri linm.i i, uiiill m,l charge that he is a ridicules Col. Breckinridge's scriptural Debs' emissaries are t",", " i X r Drltuia ' it'llXl"'"1 his enemies may r Catch opportunity ns sho flies past ni.a. 1'n.M I.uIm UW, Iii.v "V,1'""; Ijn-nc- t "n' bu0' '""" characterizes as wonder- other train men and trying to get them MwUtIII Mil .,k knave, noone has ever said that tho Hon- quotations and iir, Jirrtt .,an.Uuu It uJ al L.iiojUri Keop a sow ond young pigs tpgothor ltbtiUV,uk-atrutonlljlunhoutli. ful perversionB made to fit the necessi- into tho senseless fight. It is hoped that in a pen by themsolves until they con bo w. r.ixraiiso.v, orable David is a fool. ties of his present predicament. Ho sees they will show their wisdom by refusing put into tho field. Uttt'l l'ni'r A iat, Cloclcnitl. O. Bkgoak3 on horseback are in common a strong resemblance between the Peter to be made the tools of a designing When a sow bogins to want to wean QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. sight in Buenos Ayres. Horses are so of ancient days aud the Ashland Peter scamp. Perishable freight is still refus- her pigs, tako nil tho litter away from cheap ariU plentiful there that nobody and says tho colonel fights like a Par- ed to be handled as the company does her but one. Lcnvo that with her a not know what might happen. walks. thian, running and shooting back. week, then remove it too. DEMI-WEEKL- Y - The land of the free and the home of INTERIORJOOKNAI the brave has reached and passed another mile stone on its journev. Wednesday was the USth anniversary of the July 0, 1894 day mado momorable by the brave men who attached their signatures to the declaration of independence, and it was MIIZ)IZZZrZZ!lZZZ m rrzcnr) A4hfM&, lVHEUr . -- ik Great Gat Sale r-- I "ra. , CLEARANCE SALE I 1 post-offic- e, BUY GOODS GOOD SUITS FOR fV. $3, 200 BOYS FELT HATS tie-u- pros-jicrit- y un-le- 0ur 15 Cents 'Mattings, worthscj LOUISVILLE : STORE, STANFOBD, ETC., Don't Faillito See Baby Carriages,$5 to $20, iff e, W. W. WITHERS. 0, Accounts : Are i Due ! Will be Charged Interest H. J. McROBERTS. st r r 17 23 90 1 109 1 Courier-Journa- .1 J 1 UU- - ic ''" , 1o'l '" . rt. I J itrnrfilitV(tlT tA'm.ft- - t :feL" tW9BJ Mtf iiraTT-ifr- n e wim' "mm iftr 49o v ;?? A jtH At 'M'yw W-wSiM 2QAtJjaat ,. psr iq "iPr' 'ai5?7a?fljif' ?; Vtr7 vs ''iV ..tf' "- - ' " - Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal July G, 189-I Stankord Fair, July 19 and 20. 1 in our Lancaster letter. Ilio lot of shoes nnd Oxfords going nt er. To Teachers and Trustees. Aa the iii.fi reduced prices at Severauco & Son's. Fou Rent. Storo-roorecently occuE. C. Walton, Business Manager pied by McKinney & Hocker. W. B. New Register ia to run for four yeara and Lidrral premiums and good nccomo McKinnoy. ' ia very voluminous to mail, it will be dationa nt tho Stanford Fair, July 19 and well to call nt my office for the same But come in and see how many MEANS BUSINESS. 20. The Stanford Wnter, Light A Ice Co. There is also a supply of new school laws Huy your school bookn nnd ncltool aup k hnvo 2a cars of lump conl nt 10c makes a good allowing. It declared 4 which the trustees can havo by calling plit-- ol all kinda at A. U. Punny's. for them. W. F. McOlary, Supt. per bushel, spot ensh. Hindus fc per cent, dividend and had n surplus Watch ks, clocks nnd jowolry repaired Watts. paying nil expenses. A hone kicked I! S Shaler, ol the Freemicr and warranted. a specialty, House, N. Y on the knee, which ai a. it. itiiiny s. The sun hns been obscured by clouds laid himMiddleburir,aiul caused the kuee to bocome up in bed I need tho money you owo mo to pay At the Leading Jewelry store of Stanford. Tiik largest stock o( DruH, Medicines, mil. A Irlend recommended him to uie Cham. for several days and tho hent has been berlam'i I'ain ILilm, which he did and in two I'erlunipry, I'ulntH nnd Wall Taper nt my debts. Please call nnd settle. M. F. day, watable tobearoutd. Mr Shaler haa recless intense though "it is hot enough for A. It. Penny's. PescriptiotiD n speclnl- - Klkin. ommended It to otheri and saji It us yet." Chief Harrington telegraphed lent lor any kindinaojrbrune or sprain. itThe excely of a tame alio lamout ron Bilo or rent, my house on lower us yesterday: Showers, followed by fair remedy iby Dr. S for its cures of rheumatism Fornale G. Hocker, Druggist. SlaaMain street, Stanford. W. G. Itaney, Friday; stationary temperature. PERSONALPOINTS. lord.inville. Jkhsk I). Wkaukn spent tlio Klorioua They eay a girl'n bangs ia ns good a NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 4th at Somerset. A murder is n serious thin but tho barometer an can bo made. At any rnto Hknky Uowman, of Harbourvllio, was wny wo murder prices in our storo is n they nro ns good as any man wants. in town Tuesday. caution. Dnnks, the jeweler. When they begin to grow straight there Mil. T. V. Hiaoi.su, of Louisville, is is dampness in the nir and its going to TiiK'drB" won another famous vic with friends herti. As administrator of the late A. O WatUni. I wns rain, and tho young lady Ib going to get will sell to Mim. A. G. Kastland nnd children tory at Liberty. Their majority the highest bidder, on the premises, mad. moro than tho vote of tho "wets." two mllet Kast ot Yotemite, Casey county, en went to Lexington Tuesday. Dn. Kd Alcorn, who haa settled up The following described r ersonal property, toMns. 0. P. IlitAciiKV went to Louisville The First National Unnlc, of Somerset, wn: rourmarrs, high bred trotters, one coll, onj Tuesday to see her husband. ear old mult, one joke of oten, two cows, declared I nnd the Somerset Hanking Co,, moro estates than tho next man, has been appointed by thu Casey court to be sheep, 17 head of hos, fa.mlng implements34 W. F. McClaky spent the fourth J per rent, lor tho last six Suit. months. If you will come and see the low prices we are making on Summer administrator of A. 0. Wntkins. By nn household goods, tic.of S10 and under cash All at a big picnic hold near Itrodhead. Tkxms, All sums Are you coming to town court day? oversight, ho failed to insert in tho ad- over that amount a credit ol three moths. Nego- Goods, such as Mil. ami Mns. M.K Loud, of Louisvillo tiable paper, payable In the National Hank of II you do, goto Severance & Son's nnd vertisement of tho sale of his personalty lliutonville. are with Mr. T. II. Haunders and wife. rsrties indebted the estate must settle, tho day of sale, but it will bo given next thote having claimstoagainst it muit present while Miss Jk.smk Dinca.v, of Ijincnnter, is see how cheap you can buy dry goods. them properly proven by daT ol le. time. vitdting herslHter, Mrs. It. 0. Warren. EDWARD ALCORN, Admr. Plkapk como nnd pay your account. Mitt. Sallif. K. Cui(TiH,of Georgetown, Thk trustees of Stanford Seminary have Tho money ia duo and I need it. Don't is with hur sister, Mrs. Stephen Ilurcb. chosen Mr. F. J. Dulfey, from seven appostpone, but comb nt once. 11. 0. Miss Mollis Todd, of St. Joe, Mo, is plicants, to teach at that institution next thu Tailor. I will give tor the arrest and visltiiiK her cousin, Mrs. Fannie Kdmis- session. Ho has just gradtnted at Cen- victlon oftho(too reward parties who burned con. Irish Linins. Batists, Belfast party or my Lawns, Calicos, &c, it will give you Kvrky day almost wo rend of boys go- tre College, but ho worked his moke house and granary ou the night of June ton. way up ij, i!o. something else to Key. It. It. Maiiony, of CnrttiRge, ing crazy from smoking cigarettes. Hut by tearhiKgin thu r. it. imoNACGir. preparatory depart. few of our boys Crab Orchard, Ky. 3' has joined his wife nt Mr. A. It. ubo them nnd they hnvn't ment of mat school and is both capable sense enough to go crazy. and experienced. Tho selection is a . s Mitwks Mamik Mooitx and Mnry I:lsewiikrb in this iesuo will be found good I. IK. Dudderar nre visitiiiR in Crnli tho Inw requiring settlements from turnThk following appeared in Wednespike managers, which those interested day Knctuirer: "Postmaster Zumstein About except the hot weather, that is how cheap you can keep cooK MiiUJum. II. J. McItoncitTs nnd M. F. to dellvei manufactured will find to their interest to read. received n postal from T. J. North, of Iromam now ready Factory Ice We have a fresh shipment of Klklti left for Rock Castlo Springs yesthese goods now on our counter and the the Stanford td CUItonuTl rr(Tiilirlv .. Mt. Salem, Ky., who says ho is n boy of l.,y.",r,K t the ef FIFTY CENIfe low prices will make terday. The booth privileges of tho Casey 18, nrjd oilers to pay the postmaster if ho I'hKllU.NlJKKI) POUND I.OiSand over, and at in Mn joiin Smilkv, of Louisville, spent County Fair will bo let before tho coutt. will get him n job that will pay from $75 "?C . smaller lots. K. Ill t KM F. It, the Fourth with his mother, Mm. Kate house door in Liberty, to the highest bid to 8100 per month.!' Up to tho hourof Dudderar. der, on Monday, Aug. flth. M. T. Hum. going to press we THE- had received no intelli Mns It J Lvi.ru, of Nashville, is vis- pltrey, secretary. gonco to thu effect that tho position had iting her sitterx, the Missus Cook, nt Remember we are selling for CASH and the prices on the above will The Pealed bids for thu various privil been eecured. Hustonville. show what we intend to do. All we ask is a trial for we know MlMKM DlMIK AND Kl.UK WlNOATB, of eges of thu Stanford Fair, July l!) and 20, Skhekt Gale, n darkey who has been we can save you money. Woodford, are with Mips Iabellu Hailey will bo opened .Monday. There is time working for Hon. G. A. Lackey, was yet to secure one or more of tho g tried Wednesday for at Dr. Meelo Bailey's. selling whisky. He schemcH if you wnnt them. MiwjNanmk Phkwitt, of Jeilerpon-villronfeeaed and was fined $20 each in With Iud , Joined Miw, Mary ltoso nt three cases. Gale came here from Wk printed for Severance Son 1,000 Mrs. V. lM'ntv'4 Wednesdny. and beam a rather bad reputacirculars this week, which they have Mns. Mahv It. CiIikkn and Mrs. Mary tion, although Judge Varnon and Counbeen mailing to the trade, announcing Jones, of Hustonville, were hero Tuesthe adoption of strictly cash business. ty Attorney Paxton thought enough of day visiting the former's brother, Mr. A copy will bo lound in our advertising him to let him go on tho promise that John Main. ho would pay hia fine. columns. .. Mns. Mautiia McAmstxr and Mrs. There will bo n concert at the ChrisGkoiuie L. Penny, who will rido for the Lizzie McA lister, of Danville, are Mr. J. II. McAlister and Mrs. KHza JlIJo bicycle in tho 10 mile Handicap nt tian church, Hustonville, next Tuesday WTH.'Higgins. tho Fair, promises to bo n dangerous night week, which will be a musical W. B. McKinney. Portmau. competitor. Ho went the distance on treat of unusual excellence. Mra. L. F. Comes off on Mn. G. S. CncNsitA, late of Thursday and hi- Va., was here this week raking in Hays' track Tuesday afternoon in 31 Huffman nnd Mrs. It. J. Lylea, and day, Misses Margaret Bennett and Dollio Wilsubscriptions for tiiat Rood paper, thu minutes. liams, all fino musicians, will give it and Christian Guide. Mit. A. G. Huffman has bought Mr. tho proceeds will go to the Christian Mn. J. Wahiik.v IIockeii, hnvlnjj retir G. A. Pf4Vfnn'a lliltrv tilialiioaaitm la n. Kndeavor Society thero. A number of ed from business with a competency, is r ,.ery 8lUil),rtctorjv to ,,, pntronB people from here will make it n point to spending some of his ill gotten gains nt lie has a number of cowa nnd an excel- go. Linnietta Springs, where he is n great lent little farm in tho edge of town upon beau. Cashier K. P. Owsley has received a which to keep them, and wo nro suro he Don't Fail to See the Mn. Joskimi McAlistkii, of Stanford, will statement from hia bank at Columbus, make a success of the business. Corner Main and Depot Streets, was tho guest of Mr. Thos. Phelps last Ga., tho Fourth National, which shows In making his first eilbrt to ride n bi- that it carried to surplus and tin livided week. A "special attraction" (on Tltird street) brought him here. Richmond cycle, Cssbier J. W. Hocker, of Huston-vtll- u profits thu last six months, $7,051.20 after National Bank, was thrown and paying a dividend of 3 per cent. Mr. Climax. John Sam Owsley, Jr., left this morn- badly hurt. It was nt first thought that Owsley started this bank 2J years ago ing to join his wife, who is visiting at his leg was broken, but it wbs only n and it has been n gratifying success from S150 her father's In Franklin. He wasn't duo peveru strain. Wo suppose he will not tho start. Its capital is $150,000 and its lor a week or two yet, but ho couldn't bo nblo to enter tho racei at thu Fair surplus already $12,500. WHit any longer. hero. $5 to Nominate; $2.50 to Enter. 9 A i'ostal money order haa taken the Mimks Jennie Kkid und Kato Cook Mils. J. S. Ciuki telegraphed to tho place of tho old money orders and postal Close July 10, '94. Divided $100 brought Little Miss Melliu Hopper, Wedchief of police nt Cincinnati from Somerset notes, tho Intter being entirely discarded. to 1st, $35 to 2nd, Si 5 to 3rd. nesday, to take thu K. C. for !aucnater to look out nnd hold J. S. Craig, who left They wore never of nny value so far ns nnd returned Somerset with n to visit Iter young lady 5 feet 2 transmitting money in safety, but the v homo yesterduy. Inches in height nnd has brown eyes. new orders aro absolutely safe. They are Craig is n railroad man, nnd .Mrs. Craig handsomely engraved and diflerent in ACITY AND ViniNITY. doesn't propose to havo his affections every wny from tho old. For any nmount Go to thu Stanford Fair, July 19 and divided wi h another woman from ono cent to $2.50, the chnrgo is 3 20. Mn. S. H. Shanks, member of tho cents, up to $5 fivo cents, to $10 eight Youu account is ready and wo need ishoard, tells us n new superintendent for nnd so on up to $100, tho largest sum the money W. II. Wearen A Co. sued, 30 cents. tho Deaf nnd Dumb Institution at DanThree Races Each Day Including Your nccount is made out. Please ville was elected Tuesday to fill tho vaHon. J. N. Saunders ndded new lau5 and 10 Mile Handicaps. cancy caused by the resignntion of Prof-W- rels to his brow na an orator nt the picnic call and settle. A. It. Penny. When we began business our motto was Cash but in order to help K. Argo. Tho now man is G. A. Peyton sold the milk cows, ad- ltny nt present superintendentJohn E. near Brodhead Wednesday. He made a some of our friends through the hard times we extended to them of tho patriotic addreBS, which has rarely been vertised in this paper at an nverago of Colorado school for tho Deaf nnd Blind, equalled in thifl section. Mr. R. G. Wilsmall credits. We now propose on July 1st to renew our cash sysThe various privileges, includand ia highly recommended. liams, of Mt. Vernon, who is also gaining ing Amusements, Games. Dining tem. We do not say that there is no one we will credit. All those The C. it 0. will run an excursion to Miss Annie Shanks haa fixed the date a reputation aa an orator, likewise made Old Point, July 19, at $13 for tho round-tri- p Room, Horse Feeding, Check, to whom we are indebted can get any thing we have at Strictly Cash of tho declamatory conteet, July 19th, a speech that waa greatly complimented. prices, and if we decide to open accounts with others it will be due at from Lexington. the first night of the Fair. Tho drawing Hon. Harvey Helm, who waa present, room, &c, &c, will be let by any time we may demand the money and must be paid. We tells ub that thero were dead loads of The K., C. G., & L. was detnined by a card will bo solos cl Madame Cecilia well prepared eatables, music galore and sealed bids, the bids to be opened slide in Cumberland Gap Tunnel yester-dn- y Kppinghousor Bailey, known aa the pretty girls world without and decided upon July 9th, IS94. end. nnd No. 24 was nenrly four hours Southern Nightingale. She gave n conWrite to the Secretary for furcert nt Louisvillo recently, of which tho Stanford was ns quiet aa a graveyard Into in passing here. Times spoke in tho highest terms. "It on tho 4th, though all tho stores kept ther information, Entry Blanks, Wk have sonto accounts that wero duo was not only n success," it said, "but ab- open. Evorybody, who could get away, Catalogues. To all who have patronized us and will do our best to serve them in Jan. 1,1891. These will bo put in tho solutely took tho form of an ovation. went somewhere and but few of us were the future We will see to it that no concern shall sell goods for less S. OWJLEY, hands of a collector July 10, 1891. W. Such a remarkable voice haa not been left to suffer in silence and alone. More H. Wenren A Co. money than we do, nor better goods. Our motto shall be the heard in Kentucky for many a long day- -it than 75 peoplo, most of them ladies, Sec. ia sweot, powerful and oxceodingly spent a jolly day nt Halea' Well, n numTeacher. A young lady, who is a graduate of a excellent college nnd has sympathetic, and in addition to her lyric ber of couples wont to Linnietta, others gifta. Mine. Baiiey is also a fine actress preferred Crab Orchard Springs, whilo had several years experience, desires n gifted with a.charming personality. Shu tho picnic drew n largo contingent. The GOURIER-dOURNAsituation na teacher. Address tho L day was pleasant. A nice breeze prewhich can fully recom- was encored timo and again." Journal, All our Summer Dress Goods are to be sold at a reduction vailed and tho heat of tho sun was counWe mend her (or such position. It ten page cieht column democratic newspaper. Fon Sake Keehno- Sheriff John 0. have more than we want in Clothing, Shoes, Dress Goods, Laces, It contalm the DeM of everything going. HENteracted by rainless clouds. Colson, of Bell county, tho man who RY WATTERSON it the editor. The revenue collections in this district Trimmings, etc., and we want to reduce our stock and must do it. So The picnic at Groun llriar was attend largely hung Robert Marlor and did tho neatest amounted to $183,210.14 in Juue, PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. come and see us before you buy. To those who we have accommoof a job, delivered Howard Tate to ed by a laro crowd and thoro wna no kind in excess of any other month. During The WEEKLY COURIEU.JOURNAL tho jailer hero Tuesday for safe keoping. disorder of nny kind. Deputy Sheriffs very liberal terms to agent , and gives treemakt. dated with credit, we hope they loose no time in paying us tho year that Collector C. H. Itodea has pre. promptly. Tato ia from Lee county, Va., and ia S. W. Munoloonnd It. M, Nowlnml were minmt for clubs. Sample copies ol the paper and 0 held tho oillco ho has taken in lour page Premium Supplemeul tent free to any chnrged with "removing" tho notorious on hand but their services were not addresi. Write to or $127,700 moro thnn hia predeAndy Johnsonifrom the aphero of ex- needed. Thero wore three contestants cessor did during his Inst year. L CO. istence. Mr. Tato was present when tho for thu bicycle prize, Tom Saunders, Tho COURIER-JOURNALOOIbVILLfc", KY. nivoitcKSuit has grown out of tho deed wns dono, hs a bullet in hia kneo Put Geer and Sam Kmbry, and it was ,A The exposure in the Louisvillo Times of tho sent thoro ns he saya by Mr. Johnson, won by tlio intter. A goou utnuer whs Semi- - Weekly Interior Journal, liaaou nt Crab Orchard Springs between showB, but there is no proof that ho did served and dancing kept up till a late And Tho Mra. It. B. Walters and John L. Hop- the killing. Tho Johnsons aro dead hour. Considerable excitement wus creJ. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. kins, both of Shelby county, and tho ngainBt him though and it wna more to ated during thu day by a a warm of bees Courier-Journ- al 4, 1894. depoaition of Manager Ilofmann, who protect him from them than any fear of lighting on u horse and stinging him to caught Hopkins in tlia woman's room at hia getting away that caused tfco court dsath, besides going for all who came Will be sent one year to any address for S 7C. Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music aad W. P. WALTON, Address to have him sent here. midnight, has been taken. near. 83 Stinford, Ky An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. Stanford Ky., TitEiir. ia always something now Danka, tho jeweler's. Call nnd aee. Belt Pins at Danks, the jeweler. The light of the firo at the distillery near Camp Nelson, Wednesday night, at Silver mounted tortoiso ehell balr was plainly seen here. See particulars pins in latest designs, at jewelDanks, r'..n -- DON'T- ... ?? af-t- er EnK-ravin- n DOLLARS YOU. CAN SAVE, : - DANKS', The : Jeweler. Administrator's Sal People WILL Talk m -- Itu-ple- y, $100 Reward. Challies, Organdies. Oucks? Lawns, Pen-ny'a- Day-iep- d. ICE, ICE. 1 Sta-for- d. TELL Your NEIGHBOR COMPETITION - PERSPIRE. &. m Stanford -- Fair money-makin- e, Mid-dlesbo- ro SJEVMMAJTOIJ 8 8 TJNo Liberal Premiums, Rich Stakes, vtai-tin- i; Rings For All. Hicli-mon- d, , ,,,. July 19 & 20. HIGGINS & McKINNEY, Saddle Stallion Stake. Stake for Marcs and Geldings. m $150 Opposite IVIyers House, m grand-mothe- r, BICYCLE RACES. PRIVILEGES. -- m m NEW START. RETURN . m THANKS, J. Pres. m "E. CWALTON, THE WEEKLY Best Goods for the Least Possible Money. - m m f.1,314,-032.1- HUGHES & TATE. Stanford Female College. Next Session Begins Tuesday, Sep. Weekly !iggi9itfiftjN& ttr&ptiFtW'VtylW"''' u v Semi-Weekly INTERIORJOURNP To I IN HORSES. QENEBAL REPAIR SHOP. Lounges, Upholstering Chairs and all kinds ol J. A. SHANNON, It a candidate for Constable In the Mustotivitle Precinct. Election November neat Two doors Dlarotrr Wlili'h of tlu Tour I.qtt IneLrga Published Every Tuesday and Friday Drfrrtho. Maltresies, Rocking aboe Poit-Olllc- e. Always on hand $S PICK YKyVlt IT ADViVNCK Kp-Wh- AT not so paid S2.50 will be charged.- CHAMPION ST. BERNARD. to llrhn Cattle nnil to 1'rlKliten Tramps. Next to tho collio no dog is eo nse-Jon tho farm ns tho St. Bernard, of tho breed of magnificent nniniaU that nod to savo travelers' lives amid rtio A railroad takes mows of tho Alp ki1 Dog Itotli ul 6 OR 8 PAGES. iWhen necessary. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train naves Itowiand at 7:00 a. m., returning dog of tho Ilospico of St. Bernard finds t J no p. m. Still tho Ills occupation mostly gone. L&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail train going " Xxprss train " it ocal Freight 1 tourists across tho Alps now, and tho North South..... South....... -- .. m Th6 latter trains alto carry pattengert. Th above ii calculated on itandard time. ima ii about to minute faster. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. North....... North....- South- - -- 3a ..ao;pm 936am S0U1 iijpm il Pm 37 Pm Going North train pas Junction City as foVeitibule ttarts 6 a. m. Vesllows: tibule. Limited 3 35 p. m Local 1:10 p. m. lorlda Clrmtcd 3.13. am O. Vestibule 118 p. m. Florida South-- N Local 11:55 p. ro. m Limited Vestibule arrives S 4 P- m. Blue-Gra- i:ia Blue-Gra- ss - CHAMPION" ST. BERNARD. &6sofafeIy Pure A cream of tarter baking powder. Highest of all in leavening Latest United States strength. Government Food Report. 100 Wall Street, New York. breed h.T been kept puro nt tho hospice and is found there to this day. It has also become scattered over many porta of tho world. There arc two species of tho St Bernard rougli nud smooth coated Tho picture shows 0110 of tho rough coats. They are grand in size, being as largo as a mastiff. In kindliness and intelliTheir color gence they are unexcelled is usually tawny, like that of tho lion. On most farms a dog is regarded as n necessity. He may or may not bo so, but if you must have a dog don't let it bo ono of those wretched, worthless curs that disgraco tho country. Let it bo o great, splendid fellow liko tho ono in tho illustration. Ho will mind tho babies, drive tho cows, do tho churning nud keep tho tramps away. Kxperluients In I'litterilug Calves. Profe.-so-r F. B. Mumford of tho Mich- conducted a trial iu lamb fattening ing tho past winter. From tho report of the experiment tho following facts aro HOUSE obtained: Tho food was carefully weighed and a daily record kept. Caro was F. B. RILiEY.JProprlotor, taken to feed nt regular intervals. They Kentucky. were fed grain and hay at 0:30 each London, morning, roots and silago at noon and I have moved to my new Hotel and am betur prepared than ever to accommodate the public grain nud hay again at 3:30. Good Livery attached and every convenience da Lots receiving corn in tho grain rarned. Gtc me a call. tion, either in whole or in part, producFRANK RILEY. 77 ed tho best gains, wero apparently iu bettor finish and in general wero fed nt a greater profit than tho lots receiving bran or oats. A grain ration of bran proved to bo nn inferior materinl for fattening lambs. A ration of corn and oats produced slightly better results than either a mix- ttuv of corn and bran or of corn, oats and bran. The results of this experiment indicate that tho gains resulting from fattening lambs by means of a "self feed" Ilreeder and shipper of aro produced by n larger consumption Thoroughbred Duroc Red Jersey of grain for ono pound of gain than when fed nt intervnls in tho usual manHogs. ner, and other things being equal tho stock for sale, from the best gains aro less profitable. Pigs from regist-reherds in Ohio and Illinois. Call and examine my A mixture of fodder nrticles composed herd or address R. II. Uronaugh, Crab Orchard. largely of n good quality of silago proved a cheap and successful ration for .IF YOU ARE GOING fattening lambs. R The rate of gain was apparently increased by shearing during tho fattenTHE EOYAL BAKING POWDER CO., igan agricultural experiment station dur- THE RILEY ; H. H. Bronaugh., d NORTH WEST, LOUISVILIC 4 Nashville R. R. Is the line for you, as its Double Daily Trains connections at Make close LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI si a by increased gains. Tho amount of nvailnblo protein in tho vnrious rations was apparently a less potent factor in producing gains than tho amount of available carbohydrates. Small gains aro not necessarily unprofitable, nor aro largo gains n suro index of profitable food consumption. Livestock Point. If yon want early fall pigs, now is ing period In this experiment colder temperatures were quite generally accompanied in Hr tho time to breed for thorn. A sheep food that makes loan meat in mutton will also produco a heavy growth of wooL Corn fed mutton and light growths of wool go together. A. G. Lanhan Hero is tho list of foods with which John II. Castleman. British mutton growers vary tho rations of sheep on pasture: Turnips, rutabagas, mangolds, vetch, rape, cabbage, beans, peas, linseed cake, barloy and wheat bran. Do yon dimly iercoivo why Great Britain produces better mutton than America? Sheep must have shado from the hot run if you want their mutton to bo wortli anything. Ono horse BARBBE & OASTLEM AN handsomo foals breeder secures plump, by feeding cow's milk MANAGERS, to his suckling marcs. Thero certainly is something wrong Commerce Building, Louisville with cither tho incubator, tho eggs or Agents throughout the South. tho mnnagenieni when nn average of only 40 eggs out of 100 is hatched W. A. TBIB3LE, Local Agent Great complaint is already mado t.n .c?fr nnrl .1. .!! S.. Wiu nuai wuu 111 lUUU nUOUL IIIO 1... ST ANFORD, KV southwest. Thero nro fivo varieties of tho plant. It starts up green in tho spring before other vegetation, and thus To tho Efficacy cattle and horses turned out too early v of tho partake of it greedily and die. Thero is ivWnTvjmvvY' " no active poisonous property in it that chemists have as yet been nblo to dis'Swiff's cover. It is said simply to contain no nourishment, and animals eating it dio i jWi Specific JA First, however, they from starvation. simple nctnally go crazy, so that apparently Tho l remedy from the Georgia awamp and fleliU has there must bo somothing fn tho weed I gone forth to tho antipodes. that affects tho brain and nervous sys" astonishing the skeptical and This is rendered nil tho moro cerI confounding tho theories of tem. ' thoso who depend solely on tho tain by tho fact that tho nniiunl actVvltJSM Is no blood M physician's skill. Thero 2aT ' talat which ltd(not Immediately quires nn nppetite for tho weed as hueradicate. Poisons outwardly absorbed or tho man beings ncquiro a tnsto for opium result of vuo diseases from within all leld to this or tobacco. After tho loco habit is fixed potent but simple remedy. It U an uneiualol ton Ic.bulldsup tho old and fecble,curui all diseases tho animal will eat nothing olso volunarising from Impure blood or weakened vitality. tarily. After tho symptoms havo reachCcud for a treatise. Examine, the pruuf. ed the crazy stage it is said tho affectHooks on " Blood and Skin Diseases " mailed free, ed horso or cow nover wholly recovers, Jru(ijUt Bell It. althouuh its lifo may bo prolonged by taking it away from tho loco and giv- SPECIFIC CO.. SWIFT J iug it nourishing food Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. . For all points. VHROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information e.iquire cf IOES. KICK. Agent, Stanford. Ky Or A McQUOWN, Trav. Pass. Atfent, W. Junction dty, Ky ROYAL OP LIVERPOOL. insurance Company 1 1 1. VH.-l.-- zuey all Testify (BrafSSB! a o5Il1J (1 World-Renown- I I I'taW old-ttm- I tWWt The character of lameness most noted is foot lameness of a nnvicularthritio nature, and a most singular fact is tho great number of young hordes that seom to bo nfllicted, thereby proving beyond A possible doubt that tho origin of tho trouble iu the majority of instances is congenital preilinposition). Iu selecting mates ft.r breeding purposes this important item must bo impressed upon the mind that they should Ik ns free from structural changes as possible, as well as from organic licenses epo cially of tho loot, n the iowerof transmitting iIIm ae is much greater in tho mother than iu the father The hc:fos ttad nccideuts of which ia eo.nmwtly a lament or nriv intlntumatiou mid ulceration of the joints i u Itam n..uion nud ossification of tho pi riostienl anil cartilago ligamentous tRsm-s- sprniu :intl inflammation of tho lignments nud tendons, laceration nnd iullauiniatiuii of muscular fiber, disease of the structures jeeuliar to tho foot, faults or accidents in shooing, con tusions, wounds of all sorts, tumors, dislocations, ulceration', fractures, spasm, paralysis. A horse suddenly stricken with Influenza mauitets such weakness iu his limbs as hardly to bo able to walk. Here tho debility is tho direct effect of di.sease, but it may be an indirect effect and in this way: A hono dislocated bin stifle. Tho power and tone of tho muscles of the dislocated limb remain for tho time undiinini-liensindwd would speedily be evinced wero tho patella pushed into place again. Suffer tho bone, however, to remain in n stato of dislocation for a leugth of time, the limb continuing, through neco?sity, nil tho while iu inaction, and tlr. result will be shrinking nnd ntropliy of its mu'-cl'and couyvquent manifestation Indeed a of weul'vei" and lament's horso may Lo left in n .stall tied up to his crib lor so long a time that when led out again lie will bo found to have all but lo t tho use of his limbs. Tho weakness engendered in tho limbs by overwork overybody recognizes. Ihe wind gills, the swollen and round sinews, the knuckling over, bent and tremulous joints, all evinco weakness from hard work, ami this is more or lass acoompanud by grogginess and lameness. The determination of tho lame leg inuit be a settled ioint before nnysup be tnkcj to relievo tho lameness. The application of remedies to tho bound rather than to the unsound limb has more than once exited to ridicule tho too confident master or the cunning groom. A horse suffering ncuto pain in ono of his legs will, if it bo a fore limb, as tho phraso goes, "point" tho huno foot i. e., place it iu an extended position in ndvanco of its fellow and in this manner himself inform ns by such for relief wheresilent Mipplii-itioabouts ho feels his pniu. Tho animal will do thi point while stnnding iu his stall oven, so that n erson going into his stablo may, from this circumstance alone, not only discover n lame horse, but also ft retell tho leg of which ho will go In: ie, Iu qualification of this remark, however, it must be added that pointing does not invariably denoto lamenohS. Somo horses will point irotn a habit they havo contracted during somo previous Inmeuess. Should tho pain bo in a hind limb, tho animal will cither stand with it flexed, treading gingerly upon tho tip of tho toe, or olso carry tho foot quite off tho ground and thus "cocked up" as tho saying is, go hopping along upon threo legs. A horso with ncuto pain in both foro feet will stnnd with his hind feet advanced underneath his belly, resting first ono foro foot, then tho other, nnd every time ho moves will roar up his head and strikoout his neck in expression of tho pain ho suffers. On tho other hand, should his hind feet bo in pain, ho will stand witli his foro limbs extended backward toward tho central lino of gravity, witli his head hung down, lifting first 0110 hind leg and then tho other. In resjoct to tho leg upon which tho liorso "drops," any man who has been lnmo himself, wiio has had (and who has not had?) a painful corn and lias noted his own limping action, will not need to bo informed that, every tlnio pressuro upon his foot with tho corn gives him pain, instantly flinching from it by a momentary elevation of his body ho lifts his weight as much as ho can off his ailing foot to let it down or "drop" upon his sound foot. Tho 6.11110 thing happens to tho lamo horse. Flinching from tho pressure or concussion of tho huno leg or foot against tho ground, ho suddenly lifts tho lamo &ido of his body to "drop" tho weight of it upou tho sound side. Parts in their natural condition possessing elasticity or motion ono upon tho other may, from tho offects of inflammation, become glned together or converted from soft into hard, unyielding tissues, nnd tho result 1k lameness continuing long after all inflammatory action nud pain havo departed Examples of this daily meet our eyes among tho numberless horses, trotters especially. Thero aro lamo from "bunged," "round" or solidified legs, weakness in tho lindw, by which is to bo understood diminished power or tono iu their muscular or ligamentous parts. Should tho lameness bo in ono of bis foro limbs, tho heud, with tho body, is olovated and depressed the latter motion giving to tho head that significant "nod" by which wn distinguish nt once which is the lame leg. On tho othor hand, if tho lameness bo in ahiud limb tho croup will ascend nnd descend, the head being kept steady tho whilo or else jerked tin every time acuto pain is ex- ' perienccd Charles It. Wood, V. S., in American Cultivator. ro-su- Is ft candidate lor Jutllce ol the Peace In the precinct, subject to the action ol the And Varnished. Prices to suit the times. Call democntic party. and sro roe at II. C Ruplcy'aold stand opposite Strauli's Tin Stiop. JOIINT. 11I.ANKF.NSHIP, Main Street, Stanlord, Ky. 35 im Is a candidate for Justice of the Peace In the precinct; subject to tho action of the dem ocratlc party. There personally appeared belotc me, Justice of of the peace in ami lor Lincoln county. William Wright, Dr James KitTo and Mllion Reynolds, who sttte on oath that they are the partie who ptetent Constable, it a candidate for valued the cow, an citray oil the tarm of A. C The in the action the Stanford pietinct. tubiect Iunn. The said cow it a sreckle-- l roan, about to ol tho democratic ptrty. Elcctlou Into November, j ears old; he has the buh other I ail off; she lie asks your support. will weigh about 950 pounds They furthrimore state that they regard her as worth eighteen '$18 bald cow came to A. C. Dunn's, Apr 1 W.A COKFKV.J P. L. C. 91 Furniture Repaired, G. D. SMILEY litis-totivll- le The Nobiest and Nicest Goods? Can be had in the market. Prlcet lower than ths lowest Mourning gnods a specialty. Call and samine before buying MAltV DAVIS DUDDF.RAR. Sunlerd, Ky Mrs. Kate Dudderar, Manager. COMMERCIAL BLOCK I.. II. ADAMS, POSTED. TheDavis Vertical Feel Sowing Machines Are Ihe T. J. BENEDICT, a greater variety of work than any other bet became 'hey The run tighter and can do. sewing-machine- Lndlos of Lincoln County Are cordially inxlted to call at the M Ataph as w ell aa sam Hotel and examine the McMUKRAY IIKOS, pletofitswork Statit ord, Ky ij.tt ma.-liln- dol-lat- s, 4. it ffimx Office A. S. PRICE, Stanford. , Owsley Building, SURGEON DENTIST. over McRobcrts Drug Slore In the nr R. Zimmer, UKALlUt 1N- DR. W. 13. PENNY OcntiMt. Office South fide Main St., In office recently vacated by Dr. Lee F. llullman, Stanfanl, Ky. - This stable, which l run n connection with th. n Myers House, lias been supplied wllb well-know- Fancy Groceries, Higgins & Watts, X.ITTEK V STABLE p. W. CREENProp. Foreign and Do- All Kinds of Coal, Kv. : . . MYERS HOUSE .Dealers n ,...... Stanford, A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, mestic Fruits, Candies, Nuts. Tobacco, Cigars. Headquarters lor almost anything you want. When you want aTirst-clas- s YOU ARK ' rummer's Supplies and Is better than ever nil- rsupply the public with prcpaiei KIRST-OLAS- Rospootfully Invited. I am Just biik (rom the cities with a large and well telet ted stock of MIl.l.INF.R , which I will sell cheaper thin eter. Alits Laura Jailwve, a d, S R1QS OF. ALL. KINDS. given to Weddings P. V Personal and pro.nptattention Patties aud Burials. AL1IURNS, Manager GREEN, Proprietor trimmer Irnm Cincinnati, hat engaged with can guarrnlee satlifactlon in every pat ttcuUr. Call aad see my iroodi. :missliccie IIEAZLEV,Kr. Stanford, me and I San Francisco A Portland. meal for 25c, call on him. World's Eair Record. CHICAGO VIA . R ZIMMER Stanford," Ky. ki:H" ut "!'lt,"LHI"S!ilLli- - BTTGCTSr TOPS. ? I , n n MM For a. ...... -- w Z5- PULLMAKSAHD ONL All klmlt of Carriage and lluecy Tops, Dashes acd fenders 'tU: A LINK FROM LOflSVILLE WR1IB TO PARLOR CARS. REPAIRED AND RECOVERED In - RUNNING - DINING - CARS. E. H BACON, D P. A., K. FiriKlass m style and at Sttltfactory Prices. JOHN II DeNARDI, Carmge Painter ami Trimmer, Mai.fc.nl Ky Refreshing Bath, Hot or Cold, itjlLh Hair Trim r Clean Shave, go to Louisville, Ky. J. ItKED.G. PA Chicago, 111. Oook & Furinor'H Brtrbor Shop. St. Paul. Denver. Ladies, Your Attention, Please. My Stock of Millinery rapldlv opened and It embraces every lsbci-thing pretty and stylish. 1 have engaged Mm a to trim lor me Julia btltt.of Cincinnati, ami tattc and ItS.ie is to tulc lady of much espsnence of orU is give tatlifaction. An eiamination MRS POK.li: I tOl-Kls- . to Tho Myers House, lMW GHF.EN. Proprietor. Ky. Midland R'y, Shortest and )uickeit between Stanford, : : : n Kontucky. ,l. Cincinnati and Frankfort Only Direct Line between I am still running this Hotel sad my gwe.ii the pnlit.tt attenwill continue tt gi tion as well at ike belt the market atlurdi. Linnietta Park Springs, Junction City Post-Offic- e, Frankfort, Georgetown nnd Pnrie, Carlisle Mnysvillo, Oynthlunn, Falmouth and Covington. Ask lor tickets via Kentucky Midland. run by Central Standard Time. Time Table Jnnc 34, 1&94. No 3. No. t. TUA1NS EAST. p. in. a. m. 4 10 7 00 Leave Kranklort A 06 4 16 7 Summit.... -KUnorn Trains No 7 p. in. 1 pecial Attention to the Traveling Public. Wheo you wast a first-class turnout come to my IIOYLECOLNTV, K.Y. OPEN JUNE 1ST, 1894. The Linnietta bprlnitCo. lake, pleasure In lit paimntand the public generally retort and nae J3 that they have leased thlt popular of Capt. Thommanagement in charge 14a placed the ata 00 as Uichardt, whwe proverbial polllenejs and tention intuiet pleasure and comfort to Its guests. spe The culinary department will be under thequalio Richards, whose 35 cial charge of Mrt Sallle capacity to 3 00 fications are twi well known ill lhat 00 10 .1 LIVERY STAI1EE. Prices to suit the hard times at the Myers Hou Grace Call or Iea o.d.r " Switrer 7' Stamping Ground..? 3 Duvail.. -- 7 7" 34 4" 4 4 4 4 Farmers Rank&Trnst Co Is now fully S j3 4 44 57 3 03 " " Johuion Arrive Pant Georgetown ('. S. Depot Newton Centreville Llirabeth II ...7 46 7 35 ... 8&S ...740 816 830 jo Of STANFORD, KY., orgaaued and ready for business wita 8 so s 3 311 3 3 need comment in this nutlce 335 3 45 4 cm C a. a. m. 335 No. a. ra 8 MUSIC. Paid up Capital of Surplus, . $200,000. -'1000. TRAINS WF.bT. No. Arr Centreville.... Arr Newtown ArrC.S. Depot Arr Georgetown Arr Johnson Arr Kllrabeth Le Paris. C io 10 1000 No. 4. p 111. 603 615 6 7 64 643 6 19 .10 14 -- lo w -- A Rood Hand has been employe-- ! lor the season. There will be dancing every evening and special hotm every Friday evening The grand opening !o .i ball Krldayevenlng, June 1$. 440 LINNIETTA SPRINGS CO , Props., 4 53 3 11 Thomas Richards, Manager, 340 II 1037 9 3' 10 jt ArrDuvall Arr Stamp's Ground 11 00 tl 10 ArrSwitaer -- n 17 ArrElkhotn 1113 ArrSunimit Arr Krankfort...A. .11 30 . 1147 6 S7 0S' 7 47 8 'oj CRAB ORGHARD 703 713 7 7 7 33 'm 8 JQ S o jo 9 5 'S 9 3 A connects with L. V N. II connects with (J .V C. and L. S. C connects with K. C. SUNDAY TRAINS. Leave Kranklort 9 00 a. m ; Georitetewn 10 00 a m. Lve Georgetown to 37; arrivn FrankUit 11 30 p. m. nt iril'WJUl SE&SOJSTOF 1884: 2x1- - rfr--Tn"T- f SUCCESSOR toTIIK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OP STANFORD, Now closing up) with Ihe same atietsand undtl the same management Ily provisions of lit chatter, depotitom are at fully protected as aie depositors in National Uanks, its shareholders being held individually liaolc to the extent ol ths amount of their stock therein at the par value thereol, la addition to the amount invested in such sharet. It may act at ticcutor, administrator, truatec, Ac, at fully as an individual To thote who entruated their bulsincsa to us while ninagin the Lincoln National Hank ol Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and iruat they will continue to transact their buainesi with ut, ottering as guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty yea.s ei penance la banking and as liberal accommodations at are continent with sound banking DIHkctoks: J The Kentucky Midliml Ralwayand connec-tioTothe Public- - nice its dlicovery by Daniel form the shortwt and cheapen loule to all Ilooue nearly a century or more ago the locality points south, liait, Sorili and West. ol Crab Orchard spring has len the Mecca or For further information apply to their agttit. C D. HhllCAW. Gen Pais. Agent health and pltature seekers. With Its healing surGEO. Ii llVRPEIt.Gen Supl waters, oiooic almoeuhere and home-lik- e roundings, it at once aflonls to the c.crvatcd aud Oiao ur-c- l sm, T,y. J. Williams, Ml Verttva; b. II Shankt, Msnfoid; J. S. Owtlcy, StaHlard; S J. Kmtiy. S la titer d; J II Owsley, Sinnlanl; J. F. Cash. Stauferd William (looch, Stanlard; NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAILROAD. SOLD TO A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgeville, Ky -anltarluni. W II. Cumi.iun, Preachersville The vliinity abounds with scenes to charm the Painter and umpire tnc Pott, SylHti walk lor the S. II. Shanks, President lur Ihe weary Howling, I.over, embowered IrifS Dr. J.'I'. Owsley, Cathier, Milliard and Dancing Halls for the light hearted, W. M Hrlght.Teller nnd Hunting lor Ihe sp.irttmeu. Kspocul attention is given to the cmtlne Terms moderate. From $8 to $13 per week, lor further Information, apply to GUs HOFMANN, Pror. Crab Orchard, Ky. OF STANFORD. KV. del ilitated a Hope and a ' "" FIRST NATIONAL BANK 3D. TICKETS S. CAHPEITTBH, Capital Stock Surplus Oreen, in old Hand ol J, At the . well-know- n $200,000 II. 21,300 ALL POINTS: OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, TEXAS, - D WBI, MMH-WB- I, lORB-WE- N FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. THE BEST ROUTE TO THE CflRt Attention of the public is invited lo the fac - that this is tho only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Hank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital Hat Jutt receited a beautiful line of stock, but by the stockholders' liability lor an amount equal so JBuggies, &c. this institution to the stock, by athat depositors ol are secured fund of $400,000. Five sworn statements of thecondition of the bsnk Call and tee his stock and get his prices which are made each yearto the United States governare lower than anybodyt. If you want a luce set ment and its assets are examined at stated limes a whip or adutler cfharn-stby government agents, thus securing addititona Hinder Twine far sale. sna perfect safety 10 depositors, This institution, originally cttabllshed as ths Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1B58, then THOMAS YEACJER ired as the National Hank ol Stanford YKAGER. JAMES in sSoj and again re. organized as the First National Hank ol Stanlord in iS8, has had practically an uninterrupted exittenceor 11 years. It is better supplied now with tacililles for tranaactinbusinett prompt STABLE, ly and liberally than ever before in its long and FEED AUD honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully 1 dieSpecial Hates to Commercial Men. Hustonvillo, Kontucky. Surreys, Phaetons, , YEAGER & YEAGER, WINS Mil BTANFOBD, first-clas- KY. NORTH AND EAST. 'ULlfrUN VESTIBULED COACHES, SLEEPING AND DININO SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE ted. Ths Directory ol thlt Hank is composed at I'oretus Reid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; If you need livery give til a call. Nothing but s turnouts will leave our stable. See us for rates. In our HARNESS SHOP s, You will find a . good assortment of Harness, Have your repairing done by addle.A-che understands his butiuess. We have a our man niethanlc in our llri-dle- S.H. Raughman,Lincoln; J . S . llocker, Stanford ; YV. I ' I Ono rensou for tho excollenco of English mutton is that tho pasture season is lnni'or tlumi than hero. But the silo iu America and M10 practice of planting crops for early end late green food will mnko up tho difference. MORFOLKWESTERN RAILROAI CHCAPCST, BEST AND A. Trlbble, Stanford; M, D, Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford. QUICKEST LINE. o, Dtfcrlptl Write for Rntes. Mat, 'muplilois, to any Station Aiput, or to Tlme-Tabl- BLACKSMITH SHOP. I W. B. BtVILL, I..-- I !.... rr KU.Mjll,iA. ll. AILCN HULL, M. T. BRAGG, lilt. I0ll.1lllb,0. let. Trairtlae I'sm. KUSMJkl,,!. Will guarantee tirst'clatt work and satisfactory J S. llocker, Pretident; prices. Tiv our horse shoer. John J. McRobcrts, Cashier; A penis for Peering Machines, the lighlett diaft A. A. McKtimey, Assistant Cashier. tuachibe ou taru. K. L. Tanner, McKinn.y; M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. ?gd$ds2$iSit: euiiiwMv iryswii su ui ii.jiiti uJLi.'juuij 'rr.J -- Wsvasx 4g Lji4L.j.., Vg-.T- . ..aV javfiytJf' - 1 1 u". , JWW-vV ...JU..--- itiMtlSfthi v "y . tfliyftS Hfc.. ' X- - 4M&& Ali Vjt!,jijfu1'ti.b4t -- jJ.Mj.mii "i.fcr 1 MtwastWasslsasfMSttai CA-.i-V- Jjlji aflVVay v