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FARM AND TRADE -J- i 9 NO. 37 ITEMS. u 2Tt LaatTnaday while Charley Durham, nged 0 yenra, wns nt the aaw mill of the Jones Lumber Co , where he lind gone to tnko bis father his dinner, he wna caught in one of the aaws and nlmost killed. Ilia head wns cut open nnd his body almost aovered, besides g badly cut in several other places His f mend took place at the Christian church Wednesday nfternoon, Klder J. 12, Terry preaching the sermon. Afternn absence of aoveral weeks pur'.ly on a visit nnd partly on account of aickneas, I am back in Wjllinmshurg once more and nui glad I can send you another le ter, if they nro of any interest to any of your readers. During my abort stay away I found that several changes have taken place, impressing me with the fact of the rupldlty with which everything moves on. Death Ins entered our circle nnd tnken two of our young people away, Miss Hettie Weisnor and Mr C 0. Ijiwsoii, both just on the be ginning of useful lives. Husiuess changes have also taken place and houses hive been begun nnd old ones lmprov-- e Happy Over a Famous Victory I, until I wns surprised nt whnt n few At a meeting of tbo citizens of Middle weeks could bring nbout, but such is the burg and Yoneinlte, on the 31 of Julys lot of man. Dr. J. T. Wesley wna made chairman' Monday the democrats of Whitley nnd F. Grider, II. M.Shotise and P. II. county met iu convention nnd nominaTaylor were appointed a committee on ted n ticket for the county otllcea, which resolutions. is as follows: County judge, M. 12. Ma- While the committee was out, enthus ban; county clerk, Simon S. Slier; sheriastic addresses were made by II. H. Me iff, J. M. Maban; county attorney, II. II. Inicb, Kdgar Fogle nnd Galen Smith. TTye; assessor, W. 11. Lions; jdler, J. L. The committee brought in the follow Jones; coroner, G. M. Cooper, surveyor, ing, which was unanimously adopted. G. V. Sproule. It would bo impossible WitBRKAS, Tbo Legislature of Kento secure n ticket of better men, and tucky, under a constitutional provision while this county is strongly republican, enacted n statute guaranteeing to the it will be necessary for them to put out counties and voting precincts in this n good ticket, or they will find the betCommonwealth the right to vote on ter class of people who hnve supported what is known an local option, nnd them in national elections voting for the Whkiikah, Under said fiUtuto a recent man nud not the political ticket election to decido whether intoxicating IN MEMORIAM. liquors should bo sold in the North Liberty precinct of Casey county, the good On the morning of June 22d, Mrs. Laucitizens of anid precinct cast nn over- ra Mclt)berts, of Eminence, Ky., departwhelming vote against thoaaleof liquors. ed this life. She was a Miss Markum Kexolvki) 1. That the citizjus of Mid nnd nnd whs born and retired nt Huston iting yille. In recent years her parents movdleburg nud Yoaemltu in mass-m- t' assembled, do extend to the citizens of ed to Plojsureville. where they now the North Liberty precinct our most live. Only a little over n year ago the hearty congratulations on their noble writer solemnized the rites of matrimony victory. between her and Mr. George Mcltoberts 2. That we, considering their victory iu the parlors of the G.dt House, Louisour victory also in the tight against thia ville, since which time she has lived in nefarious trafllc, do most aincerely thnnk her elegant homo at 12 ninence. During each nnd every voter, who on Monday the last few months she ha been n great last, cast his vote ngainst the aide of in- sullerer from that terrible disease, con toxicating liquors. sumption. She bore her sufldrings with 3. That we especially recognize tliu no- patience nnd resignation. It was my ble services of Klder J. Q. Montgomery, pleasure not only to oilkiate at her wed Judge William Myers, Hon. George ding, but also to baptize her into the Stone and others, nud congratulate them church and to talk with her during her on their grand success. last hour?, of the life byoud. These 4. That the foregoing preamblo nud hours were hours of ponce and her end resolutions bo Bent to our friends of the wns pninless. The gentle, nmiable, North Liberty precinct to bo read in sweet spirit, so young in years and to their meeting on the 1th inst., nud that full of hope ami promise, weut up from a copy bo sent to the I.ntkiuok Jouiinai, its frail tenement to be at rest. for publication. Gkoiick Gowks. F. Grider, II. M. Shouao nnd P. II. Taylor, committee. The corner stone of the $100,000 exposition buildinc at the Illinois State (air London. Win. Given hub shot by grounds nt Springfield wns laid last week Bob Cooper nt tbo Colony the 4th of Juwith imposing ceremonies. Cooply nnd will die from bis wounds. All Froo er was shot twice but not badly hurt Ni-have used Dr. Dlscov Thoie Montgomery Jackson, son of Jns. Jnck-so- cry knowwho value and thoie Kins'i have not, who ilk tac died nud was buried nt Slule Hill now the opportunity to try it free. Call on the tlruKRi't an J get a tual bottle (red. Send Sunday. Typhoid fever. your rume to II. E. IlucUcn .V Co , Chicago, ami vini-tln- g he-in- Tho protracted incetiiiK closed Fri- day night with ono nddition. Mrs. KtoniH's, of Lancaster, who hun henn III forso lontc nt the lioinu of Mr. Will Hutching lu Urnli Orclmrd, died Friday night mid was taken to Lancaster Saturday for burial. Tliu editor's vinit to Crab Orcbnrd Friday wna no abort Unit wo hoard ono young InJy say rIio thought it only n vision for bo was out-oRight beforu his presence in town wna known, Mr. I). J. Sheehnn, of Wyoming, hrought a car of liorees from the Went to Crab Orchard. After selling a few to our fnrmerH through tliu country nt prices ranging from f'J6 to $35, bo drove tliu real through to London, tliu latter part of tbo week; all who purchased hero aoeiu to bo well pleased. Mra. Arnold, of Lnncaster, Miaaea Mary Uuddurar and Matulu Moore, of Stanford, are boarding with Mra. for a few weeks. Miaa Oru Will wore and Mra. Oaiuea Klco nru visiting their mother, Mra. K. W. Dilllon. Miaa Itucker, of Lancaster, Is n guest of Mra. I). U. Slaughter. Mra. Dr. I'ottua and Miaa Maudo returned from Livingston, Saturday, nccompanied by Mra. W. It. Dlllion, who will apund a fow daya her many friendfl in Grab Orchard. Miaa Pearl 1'hillipa, who will teach at thia aeaaion, the Holmes nhhool-hous- u came up Friday and will make, a viait among friends beforu opening bur school, It la sttll a queation of doubt aa to who will teach tbo Crab Orchard acbool. Mr. I'd Melvin nnd wife, of London, Mr Will Melvin, of Owensboro, and Jack Melvin, of Lebanon Junction, apent the punt week with their parenta, Mr. nud Mra. John Melvin. Mra. Dr. 1M I'sti-- , of Mclvinney, la with her parenta, Mr. and Mra. John Kdminton. Mr. Henle McCluni and wtfo returned to their home at McKlnnoy, after spending the Fourth with bin mother, Mra. McClure. Mra, Nannie Beat ia visiting her aunt, Mra. l'erry King. Mr. White, of Sonora, making n viait through Kml Tennea-ac- e and Kentucky, atopped off nt Crab Orchard to visit Ilia brother, T. C. While, a few daya before hla return home. f Ste-pbena HUSTONVILLE. for $500 Dr. J. II 0slev delivered on the Nelson & Freeman is the stylo of cars at Crab Orchard a car load of corn the now drug tlrm who bought 12 M. at $2 70. Huguelyout. Mr. Huguely is at bis No world's records hnva been made old home in Madison county. so far this year but both trotters nnd The lib paused oil quietly in our pacers nre doing good work. county, so far ns wo have bewi able to The Ilrst car lotd of new wheat rais learn. There were several picnics in ed in Kentucky sold 5L'c at in Louisville. various places, which were well nttend It was raised near West Point. ed. It. C. Warren, master commissioner, The Whitley County S. S. Union hold the John S Hays knob land to Convention will be held here Thursday, Forestus Iteid, 10 acres at 80 cts. sn July 1U, and wo would lie glad to have acre. S S. workers from neighboring counties Some Mercer coun'y farmers have to meet with ua. turned their hogs Mr. Dudley Cole, of Virginia, spent a few days tost week with his brother-in-law- , Mr. II. C. King. Arthur Hill has had the (lux, but ia improving. Hurry, the little on of Mr. 0. II. Keeton, bun tbo fever. -- Tbo Whitley county fair will be, hold Sept. 0, nnd 8. Those desiring, finlnln.iiiiin snouuI write i .. tj. catalogues lint il. Keeton, , nee y. -- Mrs. 0. Gatlitr, who has been eneml- . u iiik si'venu iiiiiiiuis ni asneviiie, lor ner neaiui, lias returned very much ' ' ' Stanford Fair, July 11) nnd 20. ohn Hill aold to Alex Mobcrlev a lot of scrub cattle at 2c. There were 75 trotting meetings on in many tracks last week. P. W. Green aold to T. L. l.HUr.l is bogs averaging M pounda at 4c. -J- oseph Coffey bought in Casey county n of butcher cattle Ht ' to ojt. ... -- p. lwrdt, hln W. Green aold to Dr. W. S. Hurk pir of tl bay mares ld improved nf-t- er into their best wheat fields, hoping to make more in that way than selling the grain nt45c. The stakes of the Stanford Fair close nnd both will bo well filled. Don't fail to see the good horses that will compete for these ricli purees. -- A race between Itnmapo, to run lj miles, Directum to trot a mile nnd San ger, tbo bicyclist to ride a milo'bas betn proposed. It looks ns if the runner would have the best end oflit. The Columbia Fair will beheld Aug. with n liberal list of premiums and purses. Kntries to races close Aug. 10 Secretary J. K Murrell has our thanks for invitation and ticket. The rich Realization Stakes at Sbeepshead B,y wna won by Croker's colt Dobbins, who was the favorite. The World's Fair Sukes at Chicago, worth il5,7.)0, was won by Lissack, at 30 to 1. The Oriole Stud of Hackney horse?, belonging to John A. Logan, were, sold iu N'ew York, Juno 2sith. The 2:25 horses brought fSO.000. The highest price, was 5000 for single And Sl.IMX) for a pair. The wheat threshers are very busy just now anil nra not able to supply tbo demands of the growers. Believing that there will be no advance in wheat, our farmers are selling right along. The prices range from AG to 50c per bushel. Yesterday's court was the dullest in years. Only a few people came to town and those that came did littleor nothing. A few cattle, sheep and hogs were on market, but none wero disposed of. A few plug horses changed bands at $10 to to-d- ay 21-2- 1, $29. Several from this place took the July examination. From nil accounts they are getting more rigid each year. Born on the night of the 3d, to tho wife of G. C. Riffe, a boy. The father never experienced a happier Fourth. Our terms arc Strictly Cash and Prices Strictly Low. We expect Most farmers in this section nre to sell every man alike and to all at the through cutting wheat. As a general thing it is very good quality. Next thing on docket, we hope, is a maximum instead of minimum urice. The "strike" has reached our town. Tho trouble soars no higher than the Examine our goods and convince yourself that vve mean more than "African," consequently no uneasiness Hard times is the cry and money is scarce. Now is the is felt. This class resolved several years we say. ago to earn their livelihood playing time to make One Dollar buy the most, by investing it with quoits, base ball, etc., and Buccees seems to be theirs. On Wednesday night at 11 o'clock tho fire alarm wns sounded. The barn of Mr. James Goode was soon discovered McM) H to bo on fire. No stock consumed; several hundred bushels of oats, few barrels of ,K5! sa !U 9! m corn wero tho extent of the loss. We are glad to know it was uo greater. The heroic actions of those present saved the adjacent buildings from being razed to the grounds. Mr. W. M. McAfee, who baa been in the livery I usiness at this place, has accepted a position to travel in Wisconsin. During his stay here he has made a host Attention is called to our line of School Supplies, Fine Stationery, of friends, who loath to Bee him leave. Toilet Articles, Perfumeries and Druggist Sundries. Since he bus fully resolved to make his exit, all we can do is to hope bow well Prescriptions carefully prepared from best drugs by a regular drughe may succeed. Mr. Sam Kennedy, of gist. Richmond, was here Sunday to sne one W. B. of our most accomplished young ladie6. The protracted meeting at the Rap-tichurch, conducted by Bro. Milligan of the "Lone Star State," continues. Much interest is manifested. Have bad no additions up to date, still this signifies no failure, for we nro nil benefited by Well Selected, adds 25 per cent, to the beauty and finish of a home. the able discourses that are being deliv- My stock is sure to please you in ered. Bro. Milligan is apparently a young man, a lluout speaker, fine philosopher with liberal views. The excellent music consisting of solos and quartets is a marked feature. A full stock cf Guaranteed Mastic Mixed Paints, Alabastine, VarCashier J. W. llocker is improving nishes, &c. slowly. Dr. Edward Alcorn and William Dodd are iu Washington City on 30O3NT3S legal business. Mrs. J. B. Adams, of Before Spring Cleaning. Newport, is visiting relatives hero. Mr. George Adams, wife and family, of FEKTlT'Sr. Texas, are visiting the family of Squire L. B. Adams. Mrs. R J. Lyles is here for a month's stay. Mrs. Porter Stigg, of your city, is at Mr. Charlie Mr. E. P. Owsley and Matte Hays paid us a flying call last week. Mis. William Heddens, of Kansas City, Mo., is visiting T. L. Carpeuter and family. The Drug-Stor- e Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy .your Miss Kate Bogle left Saturday for Pittsburgh to take charge of a school at that place. S Ml CJ JL i Lowest : Possible : Prices. W. H. WEAREN & CO. i TltTTl TZ, s' Si rTrr JCX JCj W Drugs, Paints and Wall Paper. McROBERTS, Stanford. st WALL : PAPER DESIGN, QUALITY AND PRICE. KiTSHS TtTOITH HEPAXHXWG A. B. 4 y, Druggist. Bo-hou- 's. DR. S. G. HOCKER; DRUGGIST. i 1 Matt Cohen, of Richmond, who had entered bis horses nt tho Springfield Fair, has decided to come here instead and writes to the secretary of our fair as follows: "Will bo on hand with six good ones nnd will have an entry In each of your stakes." Squire J. S. Murphy savs one of the best wheat crops for a longltimo 1ms been harvested in this county, the yield being good, tbo grain large and the weight above tbo average. The corn crop wns never better, the acreago nnd tho condN tion being above the ordinary. John Farris has n couple of old ro.iu fillies that are the best matched in tho State, perhaps. Ono is by Guardsman nud the other by Alsatian, nnd ttioy nre both fast. Mr. Farris says they will bo trotters before the season of ISO! clones. Stock Farm. About 00 bead of trotting Btock were Hold at shenlPs snlo iu Fayette, tho total amount realized being less than $1,200. The gootl young stallion Ruby Wilkes whs among the number and brought $200. '''lie stock was sobl for a feed bill, nnd originally belonged to Mrs. Samuel X. Smith, of Chicago. James P. Bailey, ns special commissioner, uold n house nnd lot iu Crab Orchard, nt nuctiou yesterday belonging to J, II. Carson, to A. Carson for $290.01, to satisfy n debt of Arthur Pearce. Mr. Hailoy alno sold for ;52o to tbo plaintiffs O. Aultmau & Co., a traction engine nnd separator, which James Thomas had bought of them for 1,500 and which bo bad paid $500. two-year Drugs, School Supplies, Call and see us. CallonW.L. McCarty. We tho undersigned citizens and of Waynesbnrg precinct rr.oat respectfully ask W. L. McCarty of Kings' ville, Ky., to become a candidate to Lincoln county in the next General Assembly of Kentucky. E. B. Caldwell, Jr., C. C. Gooch, L. G. Gooob, H. W. Caldwell, J. O. Perkins, A. K. Caldwell, O. G. Caldwell, II. Floyd, W. F. Camden, Garland Single ton, V. Singleton, 1211 Padgett, R. D. Padgett, W. M. Smith, Seth Reynolds, J.H.Caldwell, D. W. Caldwell, V. S. Dunervair, W. If. Reynolds, Eli McMuller , W. G. Reynolds, S. P. Good), W. D. Hayes. vo-tera rep-nnent School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, Liquors for Medical Purposes. The Best Goods for the Least Money, DR. S. G. HOCKEH,, Th.e Druggist. O'Brien Wagons Canton Chil'd Plows. FARRIS & HARDIN. Stanford, Ono of tho favorite ways of destroying railroad property adopted by tho strikers at Chicago, was to catch au incoming freight train, detach the eugine, run it oil a distance, then reverse it, turn on a full head of steam and send it crashing back into the train, tearing the care and engine to splinters. The fragments of Kelley's army who stolo a Chesapeake and Ohio freight train at Vancoburg, Ky Saturday uight, nud started for Washington, wore baited nt Kenova, W. Va., at daylight Sunday by troops called out by Gov. McCorkle. The army was put under arrest and on the commons by the troops. coi-ralled Ky I MEET WITH SUCCESS. WHY? 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 ALL ABOARD FOR CLEVELAND On I Account of Christian Endeavor Convention, July Uth to 15th, n, -- -- Thosk Wno ahk Postki). Will toll vou that the finest nnd healthiest you good and cost you nothing at A. R. I'enny't summer resorts in me uuuuwesi nro drucitore. lopated nlong the Wisconsin Central 8oo tho World's Fair for 16 Conta. Lines, among which are Lake Villa, Fox L pon receipt of your addicii ami 13 cents in Antiocb, Uurlington, Mukwonngo, Lnke, itampi ue will mall jou our Sjuvenir rtfolio of tho World's Columbian Exposition. Wuukeshn, Neenab, Wnupncn, Filleld. Tourists and The regular price 11 joe, but as we wautjouto Aalilntul and Duluth. have on we make the price nominal. Vou pleasure seekers figuring on their next fiod it a worl. of Art and a thins to be prized. will It vacation should bear this in contains full page views of the great buildings, summer's a with descriptions of same and iiesecuted In tho selecting h route mind and before highest style ol art. If not satisfied with it line to Jus. 0. Pond, General Pnhseuger you kjet it we will refund the stamps and letalter sleeping car space or auy information you Agent of the Wisconsin Ceutrnl Lines, keep the book. Address II. E. llucklen V Co.. write tho undersigned. Geo. W. Rarney, Wis., nnd he will send Chicago, III. at Milwaukee, m you innpp, timo tnbles nnd guide books A horse kicked H. S.Shator, ol the Frcemyer dist. pass, agent. The Middlesboro water works, which m containing valuable information, which House, Mlddleburg, N. V., 011 the knee, which are bonded for $ 4i)S,000, are to be sold by up in bed and caused the knee to become laid hiia W. II. Nelson, who is in the drug business at are mailed fn e upon npplication. stiff. A friend recommended him to use Cham, Kingville, Mo , has so much confidence in order of the U. S. court. berlaiu's 1'ain lUlm, which he did and iu two Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy days was able to be around. Wm. Jackson, by the law and Wui. K. T. V. & G. has been sold to ommended It to many others Mr. Shafer has rec- that he warrants every bottle and offers to refund The and says it is excel- the money to any customer who is not satisfied at Southern Railroad Co., tbo reorgan- lent lor any kind of a bruise or sprain. The same ter using it. Mr. Nelson takes no risk in doing Ball, by a mob, were hung Friday, for the also famous its cured of rheumatism, this because the remedy Is a certain cure for the murder in Maryland and Tennessee, Danville, for 51,503, remedy isby Dr. S. U.forf locker, Druggist, Tor sale ized Richmond diseases lor which it is intended and he knows it. eor sale br Dr. S. G. Mocker, Druggist, Stanford respectively. OW. IU-- cut a trial bottle of Dr. King's Nov Lite i'lllt aa Mellai a copy of Guide to Health and Houtchold KxcuHsioNTO Old Point Comi-ort-. On Thursday, July 10, IS!)!, the Chesapeake A Ohio tvill run a low rate excursion from Lexington, nnd vicinity to Old Point Comfort, Va., leaving Lexington at 7 o'clock, 31., nrriving nt Old Point next afternoon. Only $13 will be charged for the roumMrip, nud tickets will be good to return if used on or before Aug will be allowed nt ust 5th. Stop-over- s nny station on return trip. Passengers may have choice of routes returning, either via Lynchburg and Natural Bridge or via Charlottsvilie and Staunton. For The Big 4 Route Will sell Tickets at Half Rate. 4 Trains Every Day. Lv Cincinnati Ar. t. TIEUE I BEST C3-003- DS I t For you to select from. 9 00 am les eland, 5.M pm. 11 7.5 pm. 45 am. 6.00 pm. 8.q pm io am. 6.45 pm 1 Necktrains of the L. & N. R. R., Queen & wear, Suspenders Ladies' Vests, Corsets, Hose and Shoes. French Crescent Route, Kentucky Central and Chesapeake & O'do Railway make direct Cadies, Cakes, Bananas, Nice Fresh Butter on Ice and Groceries at connection in Central Union Station, Low figures for Cash. Cincinnati, with Express Trains of the Big Four Route for Cleveland, To secure these splendid accommodations it will be necessary for you to ask for tickets via the Big Four Route. E. O. McCormick, Passenger Traffic Mauager, D. B. Martin, General Passenger Agent, Cincinnati. No Transfer at Cincinnati. All HAVE JUST RECEIVED J. C. FLORENCE. A nice line of Dry Goods, Notions, Straw Hats, Caps, Fans, m MiBttftaMk Cnam-berlaiu- 's Is Receiving His SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. Goods Warranted andJa Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give trie call. 1 I Stan-for- ftHtfp-k-JtJ,- ' yWii 19C. s v i' 7 1 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal i& H M fl m m Ml - i 9 . p his absolute power over thousands of do 5,500 tons, basement and all, a distance tVliAt It the Itlglit lllrjrlo Coittmitt For m Woman? luded fools, he now eBanys to tell tho of 00 feot. - JULYlO, 1894 8TANFORD. KV., Tho bicyclo craze for women lias K. B. Qunum, a South Dakota farmpresident what to do nnd in lanRUBRO moro pointed than polite, demands that er, became so worried over crop prospects ftruck New York struck it linrd. Women of all r.ges urn learning to rido he recall his iIors of war. He is joined that he cut tho throats of his two chil- the wheel. No sithhtio cNcrciM) is VV. P. WALTON. nt in thu demand by Sovereign, who is head dren, aged 0 nnd S, threw them inn well, onco ho fnschmtiuu mid so exhilarating. of the knights of labor, and Ib playing cut hia own throat nnd jumped in after At tho school where I have been taking DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. lessons there nio second fiddle to Czar Debs. Tho presi- them. mrto women puFor their refusal to disperse- tho pils tlir.ii niun. oitu only provoked at I niu dent is, however, not moved by such JAS. 11. JI'CREARY FOR CONGRESS, companies of California mi- !ujelf to think of nU I have lat during protests as that nnd Gov. AltRehl's, but strikers two litia have been sent homo In disgrace, so ninny years in not learning sooner. I For County Judge J AS. WALKER GIVKNS continues to mass troops that will bring aud tho Sacramento companies deprived believe it to bo, exo-p- t G. n. COOPRR Clerk swimming, tho To. test the buying power of a dollar. This is the time when you order out of chaos and restoro inter Statu- Attorney-.- .. J. H. PAXTON " of their nrma and uniforms. At many beet phyiic.il i'mtvLmi ever dcvied for can fully appreciate the values vc offer. This a time when we can Sheriff, T, D. NEWLAND commerce. Mr. Cleveland's spinal col- points strikers stopped trains by throw- women. Dut then are difficulties for give E. D. KKNNBDY umn is still in tact and if he doesn't havo ' Alienor you goods for less money than it costs to manufacture them. women Mcychr.i that men do not havo ' G. W DEIIORI) tho insurrection put down in short order ing themselves on the tracks. JaiUr to oiiioniircr, nn there arv everyThis the time to buy and buy quick. Tho city comptroller of Xow York, where "tM, forjut it will not be because ho is afraid to tako that matter. Woman's in his annual report, shows that tho city drew is terribly Thk eigns that the strike was weaken- the bull by tho horns. in lu-- wuy. I hnvo goverment has on Us rolls 15,000 salaried been d l.iytd sover.d n. i learning ing, when we last wrote of it, were not Onk rioter had a soldier's bayonet run employes, and expends $S9,000,000. This to niuiint b"ttxUK my In wonld iht-fis- t fulfilled, the temporizing manner in in cati'mim in the loii;; shirt. It which tho local authorities nt Chicago clear through his body in a charge at is more money and patronngo than is wns so I taken n dealt with tho strikers giving them fresh Chicago and died in a few moments. It dispensed by the State governments of vow to oxtoetonUin.f that havo bloomer went tho newly dwinil of the United States. is tho dupes that get killed and wound courage to give their lawless bent mil bicycle cot;v..io. So ninny ladies wear At Baggs, Wyo.. recently, F. H. it now that a rein. Had Gov. Altgeld, the anarch ed. Debs remains in his room nt a vummu luevJer in a long We follow up our wonderful bargains of the past two weeks with othhotel, far from tho smell of powder Moreland, the champion sheep shearer skirt i. becoming a rarity on somn of ers of more striking character. jtjWc gubernatorial chair ist who disgraces the show goods which can be lound in Illinois, been half as anxious to put and theiglitter of bayonets. He is the of tho world, clipped the fleeces from tho roads about New York. Our sex is nowhere else injStanford at prices which do not even cover thecostto 3oti head of sheep in one day of 10 hours, indebted to a Ni-York mm:, Mr. II. down lawlessness as he was to fire his scamp who deserves death but ho is , manufacture and import them. fait is easy to at President Cleveland smart enough aud mean enough to save thus beating all previous known records Strugiull, a Broadway mnnufa'-tnrerbalderdash in his carcass by Baying ho counseled by 24 sheep. At tho same place and day for tho Itest bicycle suit I have seen. against the use of the Federal soldiers Tho bloomer trousers aro confined just the State, the troubled would havo been against violence. There ought to be a Phil Walsh sheared 322 head. below the kneo by nil elastic kind. citJohn C. Sanderson, n wealthy nipped in the bud, perhaps a score of law for hanging such cattle, but Long guiter.s of tho same material as. izen of Wooster, O., was seriously hurt there is not. A special grand lives saved and millions of property kept tho suit cover the leg from iiiitep to from the incendiary's torch. It is all jury has been ordered to investigate the by his horso falling with him. His sis knee. With a shirt waist a j.ickit is And get at a very low figuac. Our goods speak for themselves, our well enough to talk about State rights strike, though, and he may yet get his ter, living in the country, was sent for worn, or not, nrcording to tiie weather, Indigo blue calico 4c, American and to maintain then when necessary, partial deserts at the hands of the law. and on the wav to see her wounded and n close fitting oap eompV'es tho prices arc made to clear out now. brother her horse nlso fell. She receiv- outer costuniu. It is simple, of light, Shirting Calico 4c, White Goods Altgeld's position was untenable nnd but 5, 6, aid 7c,. Dimities 10c, worth Mr. Cleveland as good as tells the ed injuries from which sho can not re- weight and convenient. When ei.ee tho his assertions mendacious. The U. S. 15c, all Dress Goods will be sold bicyclo column is settled, nnntlur quesAnarchistic governor of Illinois that it is cover. mails wero being detained, the court's Gov. Altgeld has sent to tho presition equally serious confronts women. best to put an end to mobs first and then orders disregarded and it was high time talk. His reply to the governor's ob- dent a protest against tho calling of It is unquwt iuiiwl that a woman's bithat tho president should thruBt the jection to U. S. soldiers in his State United States troops Into Bervice in Illi- cycle as nt present manufactured is ! strong arm of tho military across tho heavy, clumpy and weak. : weigh was short aud to the point. It was: nois, nnd demanding their withdrawn. half a deceit ouiils more It mil-- a mniiV, than track of the strikers, who had ruthless "While I am still persuaded that I havo He attempts to show that the gravity of although woman is physically weaker. reeolved themselves into a mob, with neither transcended my authority or du- the situation has been exaggerated, and It is constructed in defiance of all tho Whalebones 5c per dozen, Ladics'JJlack I lose)' 10c, worth murder and arson bb their weapons and ty, in the emergency that confronts us, aserta that the State is ready to main- principles for combining strength and dmblc the money. lL, Lancaster Aprcn Ginghams elegant line of anarchy as their design. hgiituess ia Thin in lvcaiw it seems to me that in this hour of dan- tain peace. Tho first blood was shed Friday, when Tho railroad strike has spread to tho of the nurien that it is hntuouW fur Embroiders which will be sold for 5c, yc, 9c, worth double the monger and public distress, discussion may eight rioters were shot while attempting Switch- wokh n to rid" u. men do. But that no- ey. Just received another line of ChildrcnXHats at loc, wotth 35; well give way to active effort on the part Louisville andXashvillesyatem. to prevent tho running of trainp, by the tion, too, is vanishing. The New York men are now out nt Nashville, Evans-villof all authority to restoro obedience to U. S. marshals. They wero repulsed Memphis aud Birmingham and of- ban, a ; u l friend to women, came out the law, and toprotpctlifoand property." recently in an e liioriai reconuu tiding nnd then they begin their cowardly ficials are making up trains. Ttie Kan woman to ri.lo nvnT wheels. With the warfare of incendiarism and destruction Almost the last of the great buildings sas City, Memphis and Birmingham is prtnnt biv ycJc omtrnuo for women Hun-iof property. Thousands of cars wero nt the World's fair has bpen laid low by practically tied up between Birminghiim no longer anything in the wav of burned, miles of track torn up, trains tho incendiary's torch. Trie great Man ami Memphis. At tho latter city art om- thin. Women would ride with fa Worth fiom $i to $1.50. In order to reduce our Clothing, Stcck as wrecked and immense quantities of mer ufactures aud Liberal Arts, tho Mining, nibus injunotion has been issued. tigue. In fact, many women in the quickly as possiblc'wc have this week made a general Sweeping Re chandise destroyed, the loss amounting tho Electrical and the Agricultural, buildWilliam Murphy, of St. Louis, cele- vicinity of Nw York aro nlrawlr riding j Chiltlrcn'hf Suits sec, 75c, $1; Hoy'sjLong rants Suits, $2, to miMions. Two brigades of State troops ings, whose beauty and immensity de- brated his 21st birthday by tilling n men's wheels. "And tha men nil like duction. 2.5Q, S3- - Men's suits S3, 5., S5. Any of the above suits are it nnd ndmiro it, too, " the biryoie touchyere called out to restore order. The lighted millions, ami which cost $3,293,-0D- large can witli powder and setting firo to I may wy It is a good worth at least double the money. Hear in mind that we sell Shoes strikers attneked one company of them, were burned Thursday nigtit. Two the fuse attached. The powder did not er tells me. looking yonng man. were given the men to fire men lost their lives. Incendiaries seem explodo quickly and Murphy went to when orders and Slippers for less money than our competitors can buy them for. Many of the cruel, wioked nud and they did so with telling etlect. kill- determined to wipe out of existence the investigate. While looking into tho can nnis notions of the orient concerning ing a number ai.d wounding mnuy. beautiful White City, but their object the explosion came tearing ofl his nose, women yet linger aUnit New York. My There were only 3S soldiers, but they cannot be imnginod. breaking his cheek bones nnd putting western renders will 1h Mirprioed to put 8,000 strikers to flight, showing that out both of Ilia eyes. learn that some old mummies of roMnu-ran- t The railroad men of Louisville, in refirmness and decision was all that wbs kcqwrs hero have a rule that women The State officers to bo elected this necessary to keep them in check. The fusing to join tho idiotic strike, which vear are four judges of the court of unattended by men shall not k served Federal soldiers havo so fur refrained has become criminal, show that they are tho new constitution of the State in their cixjkshops in tho evening. The having increased tho number of judges There is no reason for it except thu from shooting, though jeered and taunt sensible and law abiding citizens. L A N., especially, has n better class of impulse to tryannio over what is ed almost beyond endurance. from four to sevpn; nnd three railroad A. URHANSKYt&CO., Proprietor employes than any road in this section commissioners, who will bo elected in weak and helpless. Lately nt ono of Since the above was written, tho U. S. thci-mummy places a lady accomiMi-nie- d T. D. RANEY.JManager. soldiers have fired and fired to kill on and they fully merit the additional good Xovember for the first time. Eleven by n woman friend went into tho frenzied mob of strikers. At Ham- opinion in which they have always been representatives in Congress will also bo restaurant where sho had been in tho the mond, Ind , near Chicago, Sunday night, held, by their sensible course in tho chosen, as well as all county officers. habit of taking meals for a year. Klio the strikers vrtixo overturning freight present disturbance. Mrs. W. J. Lehman, is tho right kind was known and rostrated, but it was cars; firing Pullmans and doing other inA striker named Letters after dark, and sho was refused hur din : The court sustained Editor Charley of a woman. cendiary acts. They were ordored to de tried to prevent her husband, who had ner lKcnnse it was tho hoathou custom when 3o soldiers fired Moore's demurrer to the indictment long been out of work from taking the at tli.it rct.iuruut to turn India out in sist, but refused, the street hungry when they hnd nnth- charging him with blasphemy, and the upon them aud though thoy wero 2,000 finally attempted inj: in trour-oriilong with them. Tho grand jury will have to take a fresh pull. place of a striker, and If prices are any inducement you will certainly take advantage of strong routed them, killing two and ingrappled, and lady might havo gone out into tho park Meantime, "Charley" continues to saw to use force. Tho men juring several. The mob threatened to they were struggling, Mrs. Lehman and invited oue of tho traiiirH that this opportunity to buy Furniture that is unri ailed in quality and dewhile wood, but thoso who read the make another attack, but tho soldiers Antique Oak Dresser Suites go at $15; Antique Oak Chcval pistol from his Mioozo on tho toucher! to diuo with her sign. filado say that it can not bo urged jerked her husband's and diFcrotion wns were pockot nnd shot Letters through the and paid for hi dinner, and it would Suites at $20; good Cotton Mattresses at $2. 50; No. Woven Wire is paying nothing. i have all right, but refined, thought tho better putt of valor. Gov that ho Hed Springs $y Cane Seat Chairs per set S3. 50; Cuttirg Tables 75c heart. It hnppened nt Chicago. uwlitw alone, mil The Now York p Matthews at onco ordered 15 companies at Birmingham, Ala., be- The Thu Mountain Echo blatantly exclaims World, in commenting on tho outrage, and Si; lied Lounges and Couches S to 520; Chatauqua Writing of State troops to the scene. "McCreary can and ought to be beaten." cuno so serious that Gov. Jones ordered remind women of the law requiring Desks 6; Uaby Carriages $$ to S10. Parlor Suits and Flush Chairs President Cleveland has practically de- We do not reproduce the sentence to combaniea of State troops to the scene, rotaantut keepers to Mirvo all orderly, kept in stock and mane to order. Special attention gaid to odd sizes clared martial law at Chicago in n proc- show itsungrammntical construction, but tho soldiers arriving Sunday night The well lfohaved pernoiiH who apply for in Window Shades. Mattrcsics of any kind made to order. The lamation which states thai by reason of in order to inquire if the editor's desire Queen and Crescent has not been ab1' food. It dyiw women wherever they largest variety of Picture Kaslcs Moulding ever handled in Stanford. unlawful obstructions, combinations nnd to see tho governor beaten, is not gov- to move a freight our since Friday, nud are turned out ac the lady mentioned Picture Frames made in the latest styles of moulding. The constant assemblages of persona it has become im- erned more by personal than political the switchman, firemen and hrnkemeu wan to sue the rtwtnurant kpojx'r for inflow and outflow of goods manifests my miccc.mi as alow priced cash practicable, to enforce by the ordinary reasons? on the Lonisvillt and Nashville, Kuiens heavy damage. Thtre is no nhndnw of dealer. When you look through my stock and get my prices you can doubt that it conld 1m collected. I hopo courbo of proceeding the lawH of the nud City, Menphis and HirtmnghHm tne matter will be brought to tho test. but ?ay that my goods are handscnu and prices leatonablc. Give Illi-- I ring. He (Jueeii Hiid Another liar lias entered the t Uuiteil Stales within the State of are all out except a ', Mrs. Agnes K. Murphy Mulligan is n me a call, warn citizens ves nt Hot Spring?, Neb., and his claim few negro firemen and hrakemen on tho uois, aud then proceeds to member of the New York Heal Estato from taking part in any of these unlaw ti famu is based on a dispatch that ho Louisville and Nashville. Exchange. In indto of lio.r nnmo sho is ful assemblages This means that riot- sent tlmt n storm had left the streets of of loug Americaii lineage, lcing DEATH'S DOINCS. ing will be ended at once nnd order re- that city six hnt deep in hail! on 0110 hide from n Knickerstored. Trains are running under guard Mrs. Margaret Stevenson, who was bocker family. Sho was educated in Ho.v. M C. Lisle, Congressman from ALL MY-and the prospect of n speedy resumption the New York city public schools. IIct in this county, did in Mercer, Sattho 10th, died Saturday at his home in horn of traffic is good. urday, aired 01. Her husband was tho f ilher wns in the real cstnto bnsincss, was n man of many and his health failed. Tho plucky and At Cincinnati the conditions are im- Winchester. He fine aud lovablu traits, but not a great late Thomas Stevenson. trained girl took his place. Sho was proving and all the roads are running Mrs. Mary Porter Coll'ey, of McKin-neoue. married a year ago, but still occupies trains, the Cincinnati Southern nnd the died at Vilmore, where she was: on her dok in tho ofllce. Uoforo her marL. & X. doing a fair business. Had there Sir Roiirrt Ball, tho astronomer, savs a visit to her Biater, of ulcerated Htomach, riage, when a very young girl, Jlrs. July and January'and without any exception those 'whose accounts dallying with the the sun can not hold out more than 10, aged 111 Sho leaves little girl 10 years Mulligan negotiated a real cstato sale to been no dastardly are six monthsjpastduc devils the strike would have been over 000,000 year longer. Well that's as long old. the amount of $00,000. It was this sale a week ago aud without bloodshed. Thia as any of us will need it. Mrs. M. A. Gorxle, tho mother of that won her olection to membership in country is not ready to turn itself over to Mrs. O.J. Crow, died at her home at tho Ileal Estate Exchange Sho is provNEWSY NOTES. anarchists and rioters, and it ought to Turnernvillo Sunday night, at tho ad- ing very successful in hor chosen occupation. all such show It by pouring hot shot into Tho midwinter fair at 'Frisco closed vanced age of S3.- She wna the relict of Tho remarks editoriassemblages. 1). Goode, who once Wednesday. Total attendanco since the the late Lorin.ally Tho wires brought us no nows of ser- opening, 2,110,151. county in the Legisla so how it is not pleasant to rend thnt Do not be surpriscdjatsecing it on yourjaccount and do not ask me represented tho ninny of tho active womon politicians ious outbreaks yesterday and the nows John Cassady, of Lexington, who se- ture. In addition to Mrs. Grow, her of Kansas aro sutruriiiL' from nervous to deduct it. was that the excitement at Chicago wad duced Xellio Sloan, agnd 15, married her other livini.' children are Mrs. Kichard prostration. Yes, but this is nothing to subsiding. Iiibb and Mrs. U. F. Goode, of thiH coun- tho nervous prostration from which to keep from going to fail. ty and Mm. Nancy Morris, of Missouri. ninny of tho active nion politicians in Kaiser William is evidently "stuck" The ways and menus committee of the Washington and Now York nro sufferon liimsol?. He sits for his photograph Mrs. Goodo had been a member of the ing House recommended just now. Chribtian church for years and was in intheSenato amendments to tho Wilson once and often twice n week. Tho women of New Jersey havo been every respect a good old mother in Zion. William Johnson, a negro roustabill and also nn appointment of a con voting on scnooi quustions tor some bout, cut Emmons Endrick and wife to The remains will be interred in Huifalo years, but recently tho supremo ference committee. Thereupon Speakcourt of Cemetery at 10 o'clock this, Tuesday tho stato advanced Imekward and proer Crisp named Wilson, McMillan, Turn- death at Jefferson villo, Ind. morning. Jennio Harlow, an Inmate of a houBO mulgated tho opinion that women tliero er, Montgomery, democrats, and Reed, of ill fame in Harrodsburg, committed CHURCH AFFAIRS. have no right to vote on school matter Burrows nnd Payne, republicans. The or anything olo. If it is unconstiturepublicans protested against haste in suicido by taking laudanum. n Uev. It. L. Thurruao, a tional, however, somehow a long timo Henry L. Driver, an anarchist, whb the matter and wanted the bill to take Baptist preachor, is dead at Bardstown, was leqnired to find it out. Novor its course, but their wishes wero not killed by nn explosion of dynamite in aged 70. mind, girls. Just wait a little, consulted. Let short work bo made his own pocket at Cincinnati. Mlfaa A. M. Hicks, who has been Miss Julia Ilntchiiis Farwoll is prinIn a difficulty over a woman at of it. WHAT DOBS IT MEAN? principal of Clinton College, Ky., for L'O cipal of the St. JIary's school for girlB brothers named Fanlknor been discharged for being at Garden City, N. Y. Sho is making years, has just Circuit Juihie Hall instructed the aud two named Justice wero hilled. I.i . l ki,r ...t ll.r lis Ul .a.In . '. . rsT of it tho placo tho girl of tho period a faith cure believer. JllUZli- ,"""LW.. "' "" A." '1U'1,1 "t,r:i''-te- ' rlkfflwA. grand jury at Pineville to indict tho sa!'"!.' WK Tho Whisky Trust has 42,000 barrels m(wwi wafnicMni, M. B Turner, a retired Methodist needs, lniing thoroughly in harmony loon keepers there for running in viola- of Bourbon in the warehouses nt SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS preacher and a director of tho Turner with tho f,pirit of tho ago which calls on which tho tax is over $1,500,000. tion of the State local option law as apfor tho highest development of young Biblo Institute at Delaware, O., is in XmU, '.' tm,m, ',,,,, TK'WM Ctn to VWkw M Hit ant women mentally, morally and physicalplied to Bell county, although they arn G. M. Allison & Co's bicyclo and OulJ Ii rywlhu ii.,. ..r ClaniiMU i l.r jail for cruelly healing ins AftUHU. S. O. Drndtaw to 7.iuwl)lulr-- i tl.V. iMhhu ly. In order to bo a successful tenohor operating under license- granted by tho type writer store ut Loulsvillo, caught son. i7" . .7. T,' " UM4H u ,t.Uk..n.'..i .UUWWIM! ."""..""". JMUIfiftltn L hh . TlLlTi one must 1.0 thoroughly youthful in f' to city council, whose charter givps it the firo and damaged his Btock $1,000 worth. uui r kit lluu Swutti. W. '. KI.VgARIO.V, spirit herelf nnd remain so always. DuctCilu'Barnlcn Salve. Willie, tho 12 year old son of Col. exclusive control of the whitky traffic. Ocd'1 l'a.i'r lalveln the world lot cut, btuuett Miss Fnrwell, who is yet young in The .ftut, ClucUniU. o. is in direct conflict with Judge Robert Tucker, of Fayette, was fired on ore, ukrt, salt rhuuiu, fover iorc, teller, cap- yean- This eo much tho letter will always ped runili, chilblain, corn and all skin crup QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. .fjiufley's decision and shows that judge's from ambush while returning from liont. It poitively cure pilet, or no pay requir- Ik young in spirit, nnd so can sympathize ij've It Is like doctors disagree, when aa is thia church. Twelve buckshot entered his ed. money guaranteed to I'rieo perfect ntnUction with tho girls who Hock alwur hor. S ccntt per box. i. rctunded. or body and he can not live. case, there is no reason for it. Euza AUCII.MIL Coxxer. l or ule by A. K. Penny, Mantord, Ky. A Cleveland contractor has underDeih feels himself "biger than old taken to move a stone house, weighing Grant" ever did. Haying demonstrated WOMAN'8 WORLD IN PARAGRAPHS. This is The Time. - i .' one-hn- lf THIS WEEK i t first-cla- ss v unfoi-tunate- ly GET - THEIf- - BEST tVjii, ! Regardless Of COST island ! .c, e, s IVIen's Hats For 25c, W-- 0, prejK-w-t- t LOUISVILLE : STORE, np-pea- lt, in-un- to STAXTFORD, KY,, o Furniture, Furniture ! 1 s Blue-Gra- ss ikh-i- deli-ont- o tie-u- 1 1 On-scan- 1 r.. W. W. WITHERS. y, Accounts : fAre , Due ! 11 Will be Charged Interest H. J. MoROBERTS. Globo-Doinocr- 17 M well-know- 109 23 90 rg to 11 I. . 1 mt - - ii Mill-dal- e, rtw-i-r- t. ld - 1 . T"-- I 14 bt-i- t vi m . ti.- - Mif . . ... AiTiTf' i. TT jy -- ," .iUAjfig' Tr" -' ,. r il? ' .S' - .. . . " .. . , - . , . .w .... ' . - - J 3t m . ; , cir? . .1. uio.--.- IfeLEWjfer it-Y--ir - n j.. 1 '" -- t fdfV grzJrJ . . r . L-- . y.niJ. ,m it.-jj- ,' j... ....,-- , j,:. . . t . : i tis. ig -:: M.-- t-' i ' if li'f if 4itktf ... '.' , r 790.-- trw?7jfH - a"G&-$fi- " r si '?f tK? ,?p,'i.'rStttW','iVtWvtri"'M' '&ifi$Hr' "' A'i&jtm Tfr- - L I , oemi-Week- ly Interior Journal Ky Stankohd Fair, July 19 and 20. dTAwroRD - July 10, 1891 Yourt account is made out. call and settle. A. It. Penny. E. C. Walton, business Manager MEAHS Thkiik is always something new nt Danks, the jeweler's. Call and see. W. L. Dawbon, who has made a mighty good one, wanlB to be elected Pleaso Silver mounted tortoise shell hair pins in latest designs, at Danks, jewel- magistrate again, and bo announces himself in this issue. er. A HUl'i'Btt will likely bo givou benefit of tho band on the first C.F.9AR Minor advertises the greatest the of all picnics, to occur at Hustouville, night of July 20. There will be nil kinds of Belt Pins at Danks, the jeweler. 3 GMSE : for IUSINE88. sup-plie- Buy your school hooka and school s ol all kinds nt A. It. Penny's. Watciikb, clocks nml jewelry repaired ami warranted. Kngraving n specialty, at A. It. Penny's. Tits largest Btock of Drugs, MedlcincH, Perfumery, Paints and Wall Paper nt A. It. Penny's. lVecriptionj a special- ty. PERSONAL POINTS? Ma. Mum. J. M. IlKinisill again. I- - !:& In Sydney, Australia, It is tho Until these goods are sold. You will find it greatly to your interest Lost. On the Gth, between Stanford fashion to keep the bodies of tho dead to come at once before all the bargains are gone. ing to C. D. Powell, Friday and Satur- and Crab Orchard, n hair pin witli Miss till Sunday bo as to insuro a largo auday. Hananss, two dozen c; water Minnie Leo Myers' name engraved on it. dience at the funeral. In some parts of melons 'JOc a piece; lemons, extra large, Finder will please leave it at this office the South the negroes do the same thing. three for Go. or Harris House, Crab Orchard, and reTub booth privileges of tho Casey ceive reward. .VKW AUVKRTIHKMKNT. County Fair will be let before the court, A sham n of unusually pleasant weathhouse door in Liberty, to the highest bid- er has (.levailed Biuco our last report. It W. I.. DAV'SON der, on Monday, Aug. (Jth. M. T. Hum- Is becning very dry and farmers tell us It a Candidate for Majiitrotc in the Stanfoid pre- - Is what you need when you arc feeling phrey, secretary. stock waters Is getting very scarce. "Fair dull. So it is with trade. ClBCt. sliglilly wanner, Tuesday "are the pus When the dull time of the year comes Tiikhk has not been asingle arrest hero em indications. for 00 days, wo learn from Marshal Xew- -:- land. Prohibition hre seems to bo efMu. J. 11. Vanhook: has bought of J. fecting some good oven if we are close to P. Crow his drug store at McKinuey the How laud H'lloon. and will continue the business at bis old A. G. HUFFMAN, Pror. stand, after laying in a now supply of NorlCK TO U.Utl'HNTKIM AND PaINTKHB. goods. Mr. Vanhook is a clever gentleHaving out O. A Peyton, t am pronar Ilidrt will be reotivol on work to be lurnlih my .ulomer with the tet ot Milk man pud deserves tho patronage he will od to the puieit trei of The best we have ever tried is fim u done on Mt. Zenia until no doubt lecvive. the 21st of July. Apply to I). H. Stagg, chairman, for spec fleations. eal.iMuhcl. Milk detneied Til Kim wit a a very small and a very Atihepnina in Scmturd and Kottland twice pr day sorry ciowd in town yesterday, if we are Tux scaled bids for the various privilI will alto stand my thorough ed Jeney Hull, t3 judge it by the way it paid the prineges of the Stanford Fair, July 11) and 20, ter. A great many people who have the Ilolmon, Camp)illfville. SI. will be opened Monday. There is time 3E3C-XC?2money are using the cry of hard times, (Subject to Registry) Mil. Mack Hi ii man is back from a yet to secure one or more of tho money- At TWO DOLLARS AND A HALF tho toa.on to keep from paying honest debts. week's stay at Crnli Orchard Spring?, makiiig A. (. lIl'KKMAN. schemes if you want them. We have been giving our business this treatment and are much improved in health. .. Tiik city council by n vote of to 2 Miss Allik Anmicimo.v, who haa been Koiirht Adams, of Somerset, won tho visiting In Kuozville for two mouths, re road race of eight miles In the bicycle decided to have a water main laid up : races at Louisville in .'10:22 and got his the cut oil Idko for tho benefit of Dr. turned to Lancaster Saturday. : A administrator of lute Mux. W. I. HkiiniNos, of Kansas City, picture in the Courier-Journa- l, is a VanArsdalo and Judge Varnon, but as will tell to the hlchettheMdder, A. O. Watltirn. I lie on the premise, there is no money in tho treasury and it two tnilti Kast ot Yotemite, Casey county, on nephew of J. W. Adams, of Itowlnnd. his been the guest of Mrs. Adam is unconstitutional for tho town to order With a good stock of and other relatives here. 1894. 1'iikaciikksviu.i: seems to be on a anything for which it has not the money FRIDAY, JULY MifH deHi'itcii is luck from a lightful stay with her cousins, the Mioses boom. A new and commodious Chris- on hand to pay, it will not be laid at nt loiiowin; tieieriteu r.'"onaI property, one Four rnarrs, hljh trod trotten, onu tolt, old mule, one oko cf oen, two cov, IJuchaiian, at "Tho Kims,' Crab Orchard. tian church is Hearing completion, Mr. present. jheep, 17 heiid of hoj;s, fa mint; implement 31 W. II. Cummins is building a handsome Mis Katic IIoolx went up to PittsMips An.vkSiianks has received a let- lioiucliold --goodi, &c- of $10 and under caih. All Tkrms. All ium Others are going away delighted; why not come with your Cash burg Saturday to take charge of a school residence and several smaller houses are ter from e Madame Cecilia Kppinghouseii over that amount a crwllt of three moths. being put up. paper, payable In the National Tank of with lJvS pupils. She will have an and see what we can do for you ? Hmtotiville. llailey that owing to a throat trouble, I'aruet indebted the estate Sue. 1, whicn is Saturday, was fixed her physician has forbidden her toeing for thoe hvinR claimtohl'jIiiM it mut settle. hile MlHS OtTAVIA Sukmoiik, who went to muit preient them propcrljr proven by day ol sale. b yesterday for tbo elec- - a month, and that consequently she will Clinton, 'IViin. to Pee her sick mother, EDWARD ALCORN, Admr. returned home Saturday, she having tlon asketl oy 2o per cent, of t'io voters not bo hereon the night of the duclama-ator- y of Stanford to take the sense of the peocontest. This will be a disappointfully recovered. THE Mil. llitKCKiNiiiDax Jonks and her four ple on the whisky qtii'etion. It looks ment, but as Miss Shanks has gotten the handsome children have arrived from St. now like the taking ol such a vote will consent of several of our beat local voDON'Tcalists to take part, she will yet bo able Louis, to spend the heated term with be a useless oxpsnxe to the saloonista. togivoa pleasing unterUiinmetit. The father, Mr. J. M. i id. Uvekytiiimi pointh to a ino-t- successMr. A. N. Bbntly wont to Florida yes- ful fair. All the rings will be full and Metropolitan Orchestra will furnish the terday in response to a telegram staling the ortioers are making big prcperations music and as a f'0 medal will he givtn " that a rich relation had jut died and to acLuiiiuuMlttto as large a crowd as will the winnurof tho contest, the boys will With no doubt make an extra elfort to enter left his entire fortune to him. come. We ItMrn that liarrurd will turn But come in and see how many Col. and Miw. T. P. Hill, Mr. W. M. out in force and Iiht good joplo as well tin. Liekey ami wife, and Mr. W. It. Hill and as all who eomw will retivo a hearty Two prohibitionists went Iwthing in wife left Sa unlay in private convey- welcome. the Hanging Fork the other day and tho ances for a two wink's stay at Kiis11 air being chilly they took their favorite .Mil. J. W. Hayiikn's gentle Springs. medicine along, a pint of it. They didn't All, Mishi I.ity a Mattik Alcorn, of horse became frightened while hitched care to let anybody tee the bottle, ho of the First National Hank FriAt the Leading Jewelry store of Stanford. Hiistouville, looking all tint more beau- in front they hid it in the bushes. A sow with tiful since their Hly at school in Ohio, day afternoon and breaking away ran an investigating turn of mind, and who were here Set unlay, the guest of their down .Main Mrw t at a rapid gait. He was a practical and not a theoretical pro Comes off on Thursday and Friwas caught iu the lowr end of town cousin, Mihs Annie McKinuey. day, hibitiouiat, knocked out tho stopper and (ikoikik Hunt, hiu of the late He v. and httlx or 110 damage was done either when tho half frozen bathers wont for a to him or the vehicle. George Hunt, of Lexiugton, and brother drink they found it had been soaked into n of Clay Hunt, the drummer, In this begins an original nov- tho earth. There was weeping and W. M. HlGGINS. tx)k the scholarship at Washington and elette W. 13. McKinney. written for the Intkhioii Jouiikai. gnashing of teeth, when they had to re highest standing by Mr. K. T. Lee Cnlversltv for the Smith, of Iouisa, Vu., en- sort to other means to warm up, and they Don't Fail to Sec tho In the Law School Jissamiue Journal. titled "The Crownless Martyrs of the will think till they seo this that nobody Mr. Thomas C. Ykacur has engaged to Marriage King," which our readers will caught on to their caper and bad luck. drive Tip liruce's pacers this season and find very interesting and entertaining, left yesterday for Dayton, 0.,whcro they Tho author has made quite a reputation Anotiikk largo crowd greeted tho Calwill start this week. In tho string are as a writer of ilctiou and is also a regular edonians Saturday night at tho courtBarney, '2:0s; Hustler Hnesoll, '1:22 and contributor to tho house. After It. M. Newland had called humorous papers. Harry B 2:22. Tho latter two havo the meeting to orderaud Kov.W. E. Kllis $150 A nifci'ATcii from Somerset sayathnt A. trials in 2:irorhe.ier had ollered an appropriate prayer, Pres J. Crawford, a prominent merchant of ident J. A, Heazley delivered a sho adrt "crfY'TNDVrR'lNlfY. that place, attempted to assassinate J. P. dress, followed by n few well chosen 55 to Nominate; $2. 50 to Enter. Youii account is ready iind wo need Horuaday, city attorney and lawyer. worths of welcome by Logan Hughes. Close July 10, '94. Divided $100 Was to men, Two shots were fired, both indicting James tho money. W. II. Wearen t Co. women and children only, and not to every horse that Sautlev then n'cited Henry Clay's flesh wounds. They aro not dangerous. speech and Miss Nora Moreland sang to 1st, 535 to 2di $15 to 3rd. runs off in town; but if you will come, please avoid the Rush. 10 Crawford is iu the ciibtody of the Tiik fair is only 10 days oir-J- uly sheriir. and -- 0. Make your arrangements to The trouble grew out of Horuaday send- very Bweetly to an accompaniment by Our prices, quality of goods and polite salesmen will attract both Mrs. A. (5. Hutlman, "Of Thee I am come. ing to a Commeicial agency, which ho Thinking." Miss Loulou Meuefeo reman and beast. Wk have some accounts that were due represented, a statement showing that cited "Tho First Settlers' Story" with Jan. 1,1801. These will be put in tho the latter was in a shaicy condition fi- marked effect and then the debate wfs hands of a collector July 10, 1801. W. nancially. announced. It was on the question of .St Co. II. Wearen ClIAIILKY HOI.MKH is till) llCrO of tllO Woman's Sullrage, Logan Hughes and Ik you want your watch or any jewel- hour. Saturday's epidemic of runa- W. 11. Shanks arguing that they should Three Races Kach Day Including ry repaired, take it to Penny's. Mr. ways climaxed when M. F. Elkin'a be given the right to vote and Thomas 5 and 10 Mile Handicaps. Dfckelmati does tho work well and horse, which is l'J or 15 years old and M Owsley and Sam W. Meueft-promptly; nover disappoints a cus- ought to know better, ran from Danvillo protesting ngainst it. All tho speeches street down Main and up Depot, with his were good, but the judges, consisting of tomer. meat wagon creating cousternatioiiin his G. A. Poyton, W. L. Withers and L. C. The various privileges, includ. Wk sro now doing a strictly JlOday wako. At tho lattor streot Misses Nan Uosloy, decided that thoueK'Uivo orators ing Amusements, Games. Dining business and those who can not comply and Suo liaughnian were bittiug in thoir presonted tho best arguments and declarRoom, Horse Feeding, Check. with our termB will either havo to pay buggy and would probably have been ed in their favor. KditorE. O.Gainesthen cash or bo refusod. Wo mean what wo room, &c, &c, will be let by seriously hurt had not our hero rushed read the "Cracker Jack" amid much tay. Wngerit Yeager, I.iyeryinen. at the Hying steed and turned his course merriment. Ilia jokes were fearfully sealed bids, the bids to be opened objection to Prof. sufficiently to prevent the wagon collid- mid wonderfully made, and we are and decided upon July 9th, IS94. Tiieiik being M, J. Urougb us exantiner by a few of ing with tho buggy. Ho got knocked obliged to him for stating in tho outset Write to the Secretary for furthe teachers, ho reiignod at the opening down and had his face skinned, but that that neither tho editor of tho 111 no Gnus ther information, Entry Blanks, of tho bccoik! examination, Friday, and is a small matter compared to the possi- Blade nor the editor of the Interioh J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Mr. Ii.'0. Uosley was appointed in bia ble catastrophe that ho averted. The Jouknai, had anything to do with their Catalogues. Ne.vt stead by Snpt. W. F. McClary. Twen- horso was finally stopped, when no ser- - preparation. Tho meeting night was 4, 1894. S. OWLEY, ty four teachers piosontod themselves, Ious damage was found to havo been changed to Friday and tho next will bo Full cotpi of Conicrvmory ami Normal School teachen. Superior courses in Literature, Mutic and dono either to horso or the wagon. making G3 at the two examinations. on the -- 7ih. C. Sec. An. Excel?nt boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. the Ixjuiavlllo store yesterday. Km to it J. It. Mauiih, of tbu Lancaster ltecord, was with us yesterday. Missus Anna Ukid, Julia Stsgg and Mary Dodil, of tbu West End, were hero Friday. Miih. J. K Faiihis took little Maurice to Ixnilavillo yesterday to havo his eye treated. Musk Lxaii a.m I!va Stkokii, a pretty pair from Crab Orchard, wpro here Saturday. Mil. II. L. Gkkii Ins gone to Ludlow to run a switch engine, Will Mattingly will fire for him. Miss IIkssik MoNTdOMKiir has gono to live with her another, Mrs. .McKinuey, at McKinuey. Mtt. A. A. Waiiiikv is now a traveling Kticj-- c salesman for the Courier-Journopedia Uritaniiica. Mh. Mauy Wkay was called to I.eb Moanon Sunday by the illnesi of tor, Mrs. Win. Wray. Mn. and Mis. G. W. Coppky, of Orlando, Florida, are visiting Mr. 1). W. Vandeveer and family. Ix.an Wmtkhkiki.1), tho clever train dispatcher, ic spending a week with his parents near Parknville. Mim Stxli.a Ktrhiknmin', of May wood, litis gone to visit her sister, Mrs. Win. al Jos. Co ft icy is spending tho wtek iu Crab Orcliard. Miss Salmi: Pun: from Springfield is visiting Mrs. J S. Hundley. Mihj Katic Wkst, of lluetoiivillo is tho giust of Mrs. J. T. Sutton. Mm M. Hai.inciku was with the boys in I nkkd the money you owo mo to pay my debts. Please call and settle. M. F. the Fair. . Fou Rent. Store-rooKlkin. recently occu Fou side or rent, my house on lower pied by Mckinney & Hocker. W. B. Main street, Stanford. W. G. Itaney, McKinnoy. Shkiufk Catron, of Knox, has sued Danville. tho L. & N for 5,000 damages because Pony has tho best stock and will sell ho was made to ride in a Jim Crow car, watches and jewelry lower then you can when ho took n negro lunatic to the asy buy elsewhere. lum. A Mtuinxit is a serious thing but tho Tiik county court yesterday transferred way we murder prices in our store is a the drug license of J. P. Crow to his caution. Danks, tho jeweler. brother-in-laJ. H. Vanhook and K. Pi.ka?i: come and pay your account. K. Shewmaker made bond as executor ol The money is due and I need it. Don't Mrs. M. P. Coiroy. - "! postpone, but come at once. II. 0. J. II. Collikii, of Crab Orchard, was tho Tailor, hero yesterday tolling about a 11 pound Tiik world renowned, Jordan Peto boy which arrived at his liousu that Chandler, has been engaged at great cost, morning. Mr. Collier is only 113 years old as ring master of the fair. This of itself and tho new hoy is his ninth child. ought to insure its success. Thkiik were threa applicants for tho Notice. I have opened a carriage Bchool at Mt. Xonia, Misses Mary Kny, paint shop over Monefee's stable and Georgia Lewis and Julia Stagg. Each nm prepared to do (list class work at very had a trustee's vote and the contest had low prices. Give me a call. 0. H. finally to bo decided by lot, when Mies Sedam. Kay won. m Itu-pley, m m GMSE I GOODS . amusmenls, everything you can call for to eat, dancing, spaaking, &c. George W. Gentry and J. S. Hied will discuss upon tho Jim Crow car and are now loading themselves for a big fire. Thkiik will bo an election on the whisky question in tho town of Crab Aug. 22d, tho county court hnv ing so ordered yesterday on tho petition of 3D voters, more than the required 2," per cent. Tlio number of voters in town is somo where between i)0 and 115 and tho prohibitionist say they havo n small majority of them. Or-chn- SUMMED MUST .' BE Shall be the cry from now on until every piece of Is gone from our shelves. It is uscly to give prices, but we will call attention to a lot of 35c French Ginghams at 15c and a lot of Summer Woolen Dress Goods reduced 33 per cent, and our light weight Summer Clothing MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Eng-lia- Forty years ago the cheapest h divorce cost 11,500. John Dickinson, tho n driver, and Miss Jessie Robertson were married last week at Terro Haute, Ind. Down in Metcalf county Wednesday three brothers by the name of Towe married three sisters named Head. There promises to be a wonderful crop well-know- SOLD. You can buy a Summer Shirt almost at your own price, Come and see these goods. Our Shoe stock must be reduced for Fall Goods and we intend to . of To we-Hea- Make Things Red Hot HUGHES & TATE. Au. who want fruit wifl profit by for-'"- go- hr Jersey Dairy. BUSNESS NEEDS : A : TONIC. fichool-houp- Jersey Cows, Siiilire of Lambert, S 1 Administrator's Sal 27th, Car-punt- er ICsf-i- 1 it: - READY FOR YOU Seasonable - Goods. 8 Neeo-liabl- ! J'R y""ii BG:VEi3!&A.TOJIH -- & hr t Stanford Fair. J."S7 Ono-Tr9- ... Liberal Premiums, Rich Stakes, htii.-tolui- Rings For DOLLARS YOU CAN SAVE, BANKS', :The : well-know- July 19 & 20. Jeweler. $150 Saddle Stallion Stake. Stake for Marcs and Geldings. OUR INVITATION ... BICYCLE RACES. PB,IVILSC22S. HlGGINS & MeKINNEY. i'l ii e . Stanford Female College. Session Begins Tuesday, Sep. J. Pres. E. WALTON, PJJSIBMJW !.... ijfc4lj&gitit.A " rvVrta-- ! 8emi-- w EEKLY iNTERIORjOURNfi THECROWNLESS MARTYR OF THE 33V JO. T. SMITH. (WRITTEN FOR THK INTERIOR Published Evory Tuesday and Friday AT S$3 IPJCK. Y1C Alt not to paid iy AKVANOK will be charged." MARRIAGE RING. JOl KNAL 32.50 1.. From his youth up, Mr. Ttiomns ADA 3IS, hail In en a hard worker. Until Is a candidate for Justice of the Peace In the Hut. totmlle precinct; subject to the action of the dcui TheDavfs Verticil Feed Sowing Midlines particular night, his brain hnd been an get out of it. His books nru his idols and ocratlc patty. obedient servant, but now it refused to ho is joined to his idols. He will say his (When necessary. do his bidding. The cotton quotations, books aro in bad shape, that lifa work is Are lhi bet because hey lun lighter and can do T. a greater variety of work than any other tewing hrn nnby ivn Muk, wn pavo her Castorl. which he was trying to read, wore jum. behind, that tho other clerks will men K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. machine. The The present Constable, is a caudl late for itvelcc-lio- n bles of jargon. Spot, futureB, receipts, up his work so, that he will never be vVlwn 'n vou n ClilM, sbo cried for Castorla. in tho Stanford precinct, aubject to the action Train naves llowiand a,t 7:0a a. m., returning stock, Hnd shipments rioted through his able to straighten out things agaiu. Hut When sn lxmw Mlw, nha clung to Cnstorl. ol the democratic party. Election In November, Lacllos Lincoln County 3 He asks your support. I'm going to put on a stern look and say: When ahe luid ChlMreD, she gevethem CatoriA. brain in inextricable confusion. Are cordially invited to call at the H Asaph ML&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Hotel and cm mine the mat liln, as well at tarn, Puttiag on bin hat, ho opened the door 'Mr. Fergerson, bring thosa books here. plctofltt woik McMUKRAY ItKOS . Put them in the safe, lock the door and confidential Mail train going North...... ...It 37 Pm leading into his Stanford, Ky 13" M . .. " South ujpm room, and said: ' Fergerson, I'm hand 1110 tho keys. Now hand me my Express train " South it 5 Pm .. " " North 3J-checkbook.' Then old Ferguson will I'm .936 am going home, Cocal freight North DR. W. B. He'll think I'm going ......107pm I'll try a good night's rest, and will look get frightened. ' South... SHOP. Th Utter trains alio carry passengert. discharge him. I'll take my check- GENERAL REPAIR reports in tho morning." to Dc.itiMt. The. above ti calculated on ttandard tiro. Solar over the cotton Ime ii about to minutet falter. "I hope you are not going to bo sick, book from his trembling Angers, and I'll I'phoWtering I. ounces, Maltreitcs, Rocking Office South bid Main St., In office recently took timo to write: vacated by Dr. Lee V. Hulfmau, Stanford, Ky. Chairs and all kinds ol sir," the busv DKAI.KR IN- QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Atlanta, Ga., Juno 30th, 1S92. as he anxiously looked np from his sy, Furniture Ropalrod, To the First National B.ink of Atlanlining North train pass Junction City at lol- - ledger. Hig-gin- s Vestibule starts 6 a. m. vet. low: Prices to suit the times, Call And Varnished ta, Ga., : "Ob! no, just a little 'kink' in my brain Ctbuie Limited 3.3 p. m Local 1:10 p. m. Florida me at II. C Rupley'told stand opposite Pay to John Fergerson or order five and see L.lnuled 3.13. a m Straub's Tin biiop. ..Dealers n I'll be all right by morning," hundred dollais. South N O. Vestibule u 18 p. n. Florida JOII.N'T. 1ILANKENS1IIP, Limited 11:15a m Local 11:3 p. m ns he closed the door. Main Street, Stanford, Ky. said Mr. Carter, (Signed.) Thomas Oaiitkk. 35 in Vettibule arrlvei Sua p. m. Lfohtinc a cicar. after reaching hip Here Fergerson take this nnd get yourboarding-hoiiBFOSl-ED- . he tried to abstract his self a decent Buit of clothes, then pack Ky. mind, and think of nothing; but in vain, your 'duds and light out. Then I see Therc personally appeared belore me, justice of for his mind would stray far away to his the tears come in old FergerBon'a eyes, of the peace in and lor Lincoln county, William . YOU ARK.... KilTo and Wright, Reynold, boyhood's home. Tho memory of the and his throat swelling up ns lio stretches who tutcDr Jamesthat they areMiltonparlies who on oath the clear, cool spring under the big poplar, his hands towards me, and says: 'But, valued the cow, an estray on the larm of A. C Dunn. The said cow it a snecklcl roan, about 10 with its crystal waters bubbling up from but, Mr. Carter. I am lust bsik from the cities with a large Then I'll put on jcarsolJ; the has the bush ol her tail oif; h and will They furthermore about 930 the cool, gray rocks, tho soothing sceut that stern look again and say: 'There state weighthey regard pounds. worth eighteen doU Candies, Nuts. Tobacco, Cigars. well sefet led stock of MILL IN Km , whiih I will her as that . sell cheaper than ever All.s Laura a sumurmur-inge- ; came to A. C. of the pines, with their sleep perior tilmmer Irem Cincinnati, has engaged with are no huts about it yes, there is thin tars, i8 Said cowW. A COFFEY, Dunn's,L.Apr C. J P can guarrntee the music of droning bees; tho but. When vou Bpend the amount of 3. iSm. Headquarters for almost anything me and I Call aad see my satisfaction in every psi llcular. iroodi. tinkling tenor of the reedy brook, as it that check, if you don't draw on me (or :mi&sliccie IIEAZLKV. A. S. rocks, a like amount, Hnd if you don't send mo Stanford, Ky, trickled over mossy, emerald-claC a. IT you want. When you wnnt'a'first-clas- s all came up with startling vividness beSURGEON DENTIST. a wild flower when you write, I'm going fore him. to butt your brains out with a bale of Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the n meal for 25c, call on him. Jwilcr Iluildlug, "I do believe I'm going to be sick," he- cotton when you get back!" Staofard muttered to himself. "When a fellowMr. Carter whs bo tickled with the way cream of tarter baking pow- begins to long for water from the spring that he whs going to serve Fergerson, he A der. Highest of all in leavening that ho used to drink from in his boy- nau 10 su (town una cnucKie to nimseii. I Latest United States hood's days, it's a sure sign of sickness. To indulge in his plenstnt meditations ill gitelioo reward lor the arrest and constrength. Stanford, Ky. viction of the party or parties Now if I were to consult a doctorand tell without interruption hu closed his eyes, smoke house snd granary ou thewho burned my Government Food Report. nihl ol June S1 laugh in my then the fairies knowing the benevolent 3. 9l him of my longings, he'd K II. HUOMAUGII ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., face. He would tell me I had tho nos- import of his thoughts came bearing 3 Crab Orchard, Ky. III r' ri talgia, bo I will be my own doctor this an.itheticH from hawthorn and honey "i ' 106 Wall Street, New York. BTJGCTSr LJi time." suckle, and gently soothed him to sleep. .Then he thought how strong and (To be continued ) All kinds of Carriage and lluggy Topi, Dashes JLCJ-- E --EC-hLiand Fcndcis healthy he was, when a boy. What an F. B. RILEY.lProprletor, No appetite, what a digestion he had. For a..... REPAIRED AND RECOVERED MORNING THOUGHTS. am now reaiiv to deliei rranufactmed Ice London, - - -- . Kentucky. indigestion then, no gna wings of dyspepfrom the Stanford Factory to customers rrgularlr s style and at Satisfactory Prices Refreshing- Bath. Hot or Cold, eery morning at the rate er rltTV lii.Mh In I hare moved to my new Hotel and am better sia, no waterbrash with its liquid lires, I would I wore a nautilus DeNARDI, JOHN PER HUNDKKD I'oL'NI) LOl&and over, and prepared than ever to accommodate the public. and no 'kinks' in my brain. Upon the iiUer kkj, A stylish Hair Trim or Clesu Shave, go to Carriage Painter and Trimmer, at 75c In smaller lots. Good Livery attached and every convenience in the summer wind Stafford Ky. to Give me a call. Hllr.MliK, Stanford "I believe if I could again drink from To far Hrp'ride, Cook & Fnrmor's Durbor Shop. " FRANK RILZY. ". 77 For. though I'm never might but HI that old poplar spring, if I could loll Upon tho bounding wne, Ladies, Your f Attention, Please. MYERS HOUSE around on those moss embossed rocks If I'd been born n simple fish, I shouldn't hnvo to rIiioo. under tho shade of the maples and pop- Millinery My Stock "IT1 larB, and hear the mocking bird singing I would 1 were a crocodile I'.'W OHEI.N. Proprietor. ry In the sun. as it swings on a twig of snowy, haw tninc nretiv ami alvlish. I have enfae'd eMiss winking with my other cyo And : : : Kontucky. juha Stitt.of tinclnnaU, to trim forme S is a thorn blosaomp; if I could watch through To make the dnrkloa run. lady of much eipenence and taste and Is iul to .f goods it iu For. though it doesn't seem refined bird flashing like half closed eyes the red eive satisfaction. An esaminalioti 1 CtJlKlS. This .table, which It run n connection with ths viied. To wallow In tho mud, MRS POK.IK 10 am Hill running this welUknoon Hotel and a ruby through the emerald leaves, 20 Mjcn House, has been supplied wltt I shouldn't then have had to fix will continue u give my guesitihe lliust attenMy collar to my stud. years would be added to my life. My tion at well at the best the mulct atlurdt. A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, brain would no longer 'jangle harsh out I nouhl I were a pelican, TL. pecial Attention to tho TravelBuggies, Wagons, Vlth high uml courtly air, ol tune,' but would soon be clear aa a ing Public. In the wilderness ruuimer's Supplies and Is better than ever Breeder and thipperof bell." nil. With ample timo to spare. Junction City MUpply the public with prcpaiei When you want a turnout come to my For. though I might not flud enough The result of these meditations was HOYLE COUNTY, KY. To occupy my brain, Thoroughbred Duroc Red Jersey that in a week thereafter, Mr. Carter BIOS OK.ALL. KINDS. I shouldn't hao to hurry up Hogs. Personal and promptattention givento Weddings found himself walking down the banks And catch nn early train, 1ST, 1894. Price to suit the hard timet. Call or leave order Parties and Ilurlals. -- Pick Mo Up. Pigs from registered ttock for tale, from the best of the brook towards the poplar spring. P. W. GREEN, at th. Myers llouie Office herda in Ohio and Illinois. Call and examine my ALHURNS, Manager. Proprietor It was a bright, sunshiny day in May. Not Appreciated. herd or address R. II. Bronaugh, Crab Orchard. The Linnietta Springe Co. takes pleasure in an. A nerfect Bky. a pastello in pearl and nouueinj-tIts patrons and the public generally A Detroiter who spent tho night at n Co that they have leased this popular resort and have .IF VOU ARE GOING.. blue, hung over him, The air throbbed small stnge town in Montana and re- San Francisco management in charge of Capt ThomPortland. placed the as Richards, ohm proverbial politeness and with the music of birds and tho mur- ceived his bill after breakfast was moro or STANFORD, KY., OR insuics pleasure and comfort to Its guests. spe mur of beee; and so eweet was the breath than surprhcri to find tho amount ?1.'). 50. The culinary department will be under thequali- Is now fully orgaoued and ready for business sella THK cial charge of Mrs Saltle Richards, whose "Provisions must bo pretty high out of the breeze with blossoming hawthorns fications are too well known tu that capacity to hero?" ho queried as ho counted out tho Paid up Capital of $200,000. need couimcut in this nulice and honeysuckles, that each inhalation money. Surplus, . with perwas a drink of czone dashed 21000. VIA MUSIC. "Waal, no. Purvihhona aro both fume. SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAi. chonp, " was tho roply of tho plenty and A rood Iland has been employed lor the teavin. 'T7f7n?MBCIItK9ft Mr. Carter soon reached tho spring. complacent landlord. ffT rr. n Therewill be dancing sery ev r.ing and special Now closingBANK OK STANFORD, m 7Srrt rM up) with the samt atsstt and uadai amp, n t c xi j hops every Friday evening The grand opening The poplar still spread its protecting "Then hired help must bo very exthe same management, ball Friday evening, June 15. .mK'LUtyrJ LOUIIVILLC 4 NASHVILLC R. R. lly provisions of its chatter, depositors are at shade over it. Tho rocks were velvity pensive?" LINNIR1TA SPRINGS CO Props , frMfofraaVA fully protected as tie depositors in National .,m lru'-- v 'ic HfiiiuiiT ChicacoRtT- 34Mt "Not nigh nsexpmtsivo ns last year." Tn.'MAt RtiHAKis, Manager with moes, but the spring itself was clogHanks, Its shareholders being held individually liaolc to the eatcnt ol the amount of their stoci .Ii the line for you, as its "Maybo thoy charge a ninn .5 for n twigs and other vegetaged with leaves, therein at the par value thcreol, id addition 10 the bed out in this country?" persisted tho PXJLLMANSAND amount invested in such shares. It actas ble matter. . CRAB ORCHARD ffo esccutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, mayfully as at in ST It f so individual "I'll soon remedy that," said Mr. Car- Dotroitor would bo of information. Make clo.e connections at PASLOR CAHS. highway robbery," "That To those who entrusted their buisineis to ut LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI ter, "I'll give it a good cleaning out, and blandly replied tho landlord as hojiock-ete- d while mnsguig the Lincoln National Hank cl ONLY I INK FROM LOUISVILLE Stanford, 101 here tender our inanr thanks and while the water is getting clear, I'll go For all points. tho caxlL trust they will continue to transact their butineai THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. with ui, ollrrlng as a guarantee far prompt attendown to the old picnic grounds. I hope "Well, is this bill for threo meals RUNNING - DIN1NC CARS. IIAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH tion to same, our twenty years' experience ii WRI1K TO and lodging, then?" that will not disappoint me too." annaing anuas liberal aciuinmodalioos as are conFor any information e jqulre of sistent with sound banking. "Groat dogs, hut what do you tako K. H HACON, D P. A.. K. J.IIKED.O PA JOES. KICK. Agent, He aoon reached the grove. At the Stanford, Ky Or C'blcagc, III. Louisville, Ky. lower end of the grove another brook mo fur?" exclaimed mine host in groat W. A. McQUOWN, Trav. I'ass. Agent, PIkictors: o J. J. Williams, Ml. Vernon; Junction City, Ky united it waters with the poplar spring surpri.se. "Why, no, of cour.-- not!" Denver. Cpab Orchard., Iv.y. b. 11. Shanks, bianfoid; "But I had no extra us 1 remember." St. Paul. A. G. Lanhara brook, and the waters of tho two brooks John U. Cattleman. J. S Owsley, Stanlerd; "You didn't? Didn'f you hoar that Its discovery by Daniel To the Public romped and leaped in playful glee over row on tho sidewalk?" S J. Eiubry. Stanford; Hoone nearly a century or more ago the locality the Mecca of a series of miniature falls. Beeches and J. II Owsley, Stanlerd; ol Crab Orchard Springs has "Yo.s, I heard iv row." health and pleature seekers. With Its healing J. F. Cash, Stanford. elms, oaks and maples shut out, with right at tho "And wasn't a man shot surwaters, oronlc atmosphere ami William Ceoch, Stanford; and roundings, it at once affords to the eucrvated Shorten and ijuickett Icluecn their emerald canopy, the glare of tho door?" A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgeville, Ky. del ilitated a Hope and a Sanitarium, "Why, I hoard shot, but mado no Bun. Bright butterflies fluttered like W. II. Cummins, 1'ieachersville. The slclnuy abounds with scenes tocharm the for tne Painter and inspire me Poet , ylvau walks S. II. Shanks, President winged flowers before him as, admiriug-ly- , luquiries. " Drives for the weary Howling-embowered "And hain't thero two dead munlyin Dr. J.'H. Owsley, Cashier, Only Direct Line between HillUrd and Dancing Halls for the light lieaitco, Wild How em ho walked along. nlongsido tho bnrn fur you to look arras Frnnkfort, Goorfrotown nnd Purls, and Hunting lor the sportsmen. Kipixul attenW. M. llrighl, Teller twinkled like stars in their Armament of you go out?" tion is given to the cuisine Carlisle Maysvillo, Gynthinnn, Terms moderate. From $8 to f 15 per week, lor grass. Birds twittered in tho further Information, apply to "I presume ho, but whot has all this Falmouth and Covington. NATIONAL BANK GU.S HOFMANN, Pior. i( or swung their censers of songs from to do with tho hize of my bill?" queried Crab Orchard, Ky. hanging vines or swaying limbs, and tho tho Detroiter. OF STANFORD. KV. Aik lor tickets via Kentucky Midland. Traius run by Central Standard Time. "Everything, Irl Tho boy know yon MANAGERS, zaphere, loth to leave a scene so fair, . Tin.o Tabid June i, 1I9,, Capital Stock exhal was a stranger to tho county and got TRAINS EAST. No. 7. No. 1. No j. Commerce Building, Louisville crent slowly throuirh the leaves, High. np a row fur your benefit. It's .?r, liotol .... p. a. m, p. 1:1. iug a sweet perfume with every old ttand ol J. II. Green, in Surplus killin'p, and if Leae I'ranklort A 100 At the 410 700 Ageois throughout the South. "My! uiv!" exclaimed Mr. Carter as bill nnd $8..r)l) fur tho Summit 416 110 706 Attention of the public it to the fac you aro tho man to kick on that you'd Kllnorn 33 Hustonvillo, 431 711 I Kontucky. that thisthe provisionsNational invited in Stanford Is the only Dank "thia ia prettier better head away fnr homo and a ono '" Switier he stopped 43S 718 140 Under of the National Dank Act A. TRIB3LE, Local Agent, than it was when I was a boy. 'lime a boss town'" Detroit Free Press--. " Stamping Ground. 7 2S 00 4 1 Has juit received a beautiful line of depositors are secured not only by the capital ' D11V.1II a 10 441 .734 stock, but by the stockholders1 liability lor an lovelier a so wing in stealing o'er, leaves it STANFORD, KV. " Johnson 4 jo 7 40 amount equal to the stock, to that depositors ol s 33 Surreys, Phaetons, JBuggies, &c. this institution are secured by a " (eor:etoii...ll .. 7 46 rrnbiility Not. 457 fund of $400,000. than before.' Why I've gone to quoting C. S. Depot S oj 7 SJ 3 00 Five aworn statements oftheconditlon of the bank his stock and get his prices which are made each Old Mr. Williams was snbject to fits " Newton 8w al o Call and see 513 poetry. I wonder what Fergerson would yearto the United States govern11 you want a nice set 8 16 3 3? are lower than anybodys. 521 ment and ittattett are examined at stated times anger" on " Cenlrevillc of what ho called 8 o " I'.lirabtitli think of that. I am getting younger al- Blight provocation,"righteoussuch times, 3 43 of harness, a whip or a duster. 5 33 by government agents, thus securing addituoaa Twine fur sale. and at Hinder C ArrUe Pant 4 ou 830 335 and perfect safety to depositors. ready. A inau never getB old uutil tho as ho was naturally talkative, histonguo This institution, originally established at th Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1838, then poetical fever leaves him. Toetry and often ran away with him. TRAINS WEsT. No. a. No. 4. No. 8 THOMAS YEAGER JAMES YEAGER. ned aa the National Hank ol Stanford in 1S63 and a.m. p ni. a.m.. No. 13 My! here's a ago don't go together. "Thero's Square Peters' son," ho Lve Paris ....C again reorganised aa the First National Hank ol 603 000 440 Stanlord in iSSi, has had practically an uninterYEAGER, blood root in bloom. Yes, palmate leaf, roared to his gentle little wifo. "Wnth-les- s ArrKllubelh 61; .1010 433 rupted eaitteoceof 11 years. It Is better supplied 6 19 3 a( now with Ucllitict lor transacting business prompt blossom regular, both calyx and corolla, feller t' bo writiu books about fur-ri- n Arr Ccntrevlile.... .10 14 ArrNexstown .1022 fij FEED AND T!U1N1N& STABLE, Iy and liberally than evor before in its long and Inndri 'stid o' stayin t hum, whar ArrC.S. Depot 641 933 stamens numerous with yellow anthers, 340 LIV&7, honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fidu643 Arr UcorBtiown II 1037 600 747 ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully toile11 47 and white petals. Let's see what's its ho b longs. Tho Hpiaro showed mo ouo Arrlohmon 800 Special Itatet to Commercial Men. 651 ted. 8 10 6 S7 day all about Spain ArrDuvall 1031 Ah! now I have it. o' his books t'other I had a malignant breaking out on my leg bHanical name. Th Directory ol this Hank it composed ot 1100 830 STANFORD, B.Y. 703 'twas; bound in red silk an sprinkled ArrStamp'c (around..11 10 713 S 30 lielov the knee, and waacured sound and well Yes, sanguinin canadensis. Forettua Roid, Lincoln county ; Arr bwiizer It's late thick with pictcrs. 'Edition do Looks, Arr Elkhorn bottles ot 7 jo 1117 with two and a half II you need livery give us a call. Nothing but S. T. Harris, Lincoln; ArrSuuimit ly blooming though. Ought to bloom in tho square callod it, nn I reckon thero's Arr Frankfort...A.. ..1130 736 005 1113 13 s turnouts will leave our stable. Sec us Older blood medicineshad failed G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; 735 935 rates. In our lor Will C. Ueaty, March or April. Cool place here though, moro looks than reuFe in it, truo enough. to do rnc any good. J. W. Hayden, Stanford; N. A connect with L. YoikUle.S.C S.H. llaughman,Lincoln; It connects with HARNESS SHOP I wonder what Ferguson would think if "I toll yo what 'tis," concluded Mr. CcoucecU with K. C. C. and L. S. yOjUsssssssstHiHBsVVBSssssViBssssssssswr' J. S. Hocker. Stanford; Fergerson Williams, roaring still louder as bin wifo he heard me botauizing? Vou will find a good assortment, of linnets, SUN DAV TRAINS. W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; MARK. Saddles, Ac. Havojour repairing dono by place! He must come up remained silent, "I ain't got no opinion must seo this a. m; GfOrL'ftown 10 Frankfort 9 a. B M. D, Elmore, Stanford; 3!9lMBSBStBSBSSStSSBsR?( nn. Eight dollars was tho in.Leae Georgetown 0010 37; arrive Frankfort 00 30 our man he understands his business. We have a Lve 11 mechanic in our here in July and spend a month. He o' bech troin'sbook--, T. P. Hill, Stanford. an I wouldn't buy it p. m. Kentucky Midland prico o' that vraa troubled from childhood with nn ' I K. L. Tanner, McKinnty ; The BLACKSMITH SHOP. "rfvumlcoioof Tetter, and threo bottlea of needs color in his cheeks. Poor fellow Why," said tho old man, bringing his tions form the shortest and Ralwayand conneccheapest route to all v M.J. Miller, Ml. Vernoa. cured mo permanently. ho has wrestled with cotton so long, that work and satisfactory Will guarantee hand down on tho arm of his chair, points soulh, Katt, North and West. h Wallacr M auk, J S. Hocker, President; RB For further information apply to their agent". iy our none sneer prices tin he has become white all over. Minn.lUe.l.T. His "I wouldn't buy that book if I was C. D. IIEHCAW. Gen Pass. .Went. John J. McRoberts, Cashier; Agents for Deermg Machines, the lizhtett draft C r book on Wood and Skin Diseases mailed head's white, his cheeks are white, and etarvin No, sir!' ' Youth's Companion. GEO. It. HARPER, Gen. Supt. :ni ue on earth A. A. McK pney, Assistant Cashier. -- . Co.. Atlanta. G a. Bwut 6 OR 8 PAGES Last lune Dick Crawford brought hit ta months old child, suffering- - from intantile diarrhoea, to me. at old and ter in his brain has turned whlto. Lot's being It had ben weaned ran lour months like wasickly everything through it ter through a sieve. 1 gave it the usual treatment nee, he has been with mo 15 yoars, and in such cases but without benefit. The child kept never took a real holiday. Begins to growing thinner until it weighed but littlu more than wi.en born, or perhaps 10 pounds, I then show ago too, Getting stoop nhoulder-ed- , started the lather to giving CnambcrU-n'Colic, looks thin and droopy. Yes, he's Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Il.fote one e ol the as cent aire had been used, a marked got to come right here, and spend a improvement was seen and its c nllnuod usn cur ed the child. lis weakness and puny ) month. I can see Feruerson now. when disappeared and lis lather and my.elf constitution belles e the I T. Car-tc- r I tell him he must take a month's the child' life was saved bv this Remedy. fur Marlow, M. D., Tamnroa, ill. tale by Dr. 8, this lough. Ho will oiler a dozsu excuses to U. Hockcr, Druggist, btanlord. for I shouldn't be surprised if the gray mat- J. A. SHANNON, it a cannuaie lor consume in me uuttonviiie l'reclnct. Election November nest 3ii-ii.iasrEJX2"- "i Twodoort above Pott Office. Always on hsnd G. s I. SMILEY litis-totivll- le The Nobicst and Nicest Goods? Can bo had in ths market. Prices lower than the lowest .Mourning goods a specialty. Call and esamine before buying MAHV DAVIS DUDDKRAR. Stanford, Ky Mrs. Kate Dudderar, Manager. COMMERCIAL IILOCK boi-ti- Is a candidate lor Justice ol the Peace in the precinct, subject to the action ol the democratic party. n. J. BENEDICT, of book-keepe- r's wool-gathere- d R. Zimmer, -- PENNY S book-keep- er Hlue-Ora- ss Fancy Groceries, Do- & Watts, DIue-Gra- ts e, Foreign and All Kinds of Coal, Stanford, ft Bakincr rowder mestic Fruits, Respectfully Invited. Jail-oe- 1 d fHffljJ PRICE, j7soirfey Pure $100 Howard. R ZIMMER. TOPS. MRrrvi THE RILEY HOUSE kL fJ?fv pS3nMa n '- ?,',TR r rs j 'u;,.u 1 Kirit-clss- 11 J. t m I " ! TTrP"R"V5rTJt'RT n of Tho Myers House, 1 I Stanford, H. Bronaug'li, Linnietta Park Springs, PoEt-Ofllce, first-cla- n FIRST-GLAS- S OPEN JUNE o LIVERY STABLE. Farmers Bank&Trnst BSTORTH WJSST. World's Fair Record. CHICAGO i - S3 1 ftouble Dally Trains 2&r. SE&SoiaTOF 1894: ln home-lik- e ROYAL OP LIVERPOOL. Ky. Midland R'y? Cincinnati and Frankfort lesurance 11 Company , tree-top- s, BARBEE&OASTLEMAN FIRST D. S. CAKPEITTBH, well-know- n 8200,000 21,300 111. w. spell-boun- -- 1 YEAGER & rKKS -- 11 first-clas- Jic . A- TnADEKWKW Ilri-dl- ei, first-da- n 1 ' o ! ,'. . jZ " M tT5agcagg nStkm MTC"' ' J w"-- - w "- -