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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894071301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. - -- Cfjijp " V-- ' f' ' T(T w i v , r- - V v H W 1T ' fff t 'fmr Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxii. BRODHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. ; Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY JULY 13 1894. HUSTONVILLE. I NO. 38 LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. CHURCH AFFAIRS. ; CHtnloKiies of tliu fitnnfor Fair linvu tonio, Texan, is visiting Mr. J. M. Ornw. bean received Ht this pluce. Liberal nremiuniH linvo been odered; in ehort, fonl'H family neitr Hroilhcnd. Mr. Klislin Proctor, who lives in the everything has buon done to make it hii GladfH, died on tliu night of tint !)th nml honor to proud old Lincoln, Dr. Alcoon and Win. Dodd hnvo re- wns buried on Thursday of thin week. turned from tlio "ImmI.thI City." Tlioy The Kov. 1C. J. Snodisriuw delivered ft lecture at tho Uhriritinn church a few were so royally treated by Congressmen nights since. 1 1 is subject was Japan McCreary and Adams that they WHiit to vote for both candidates in the coming and Missions, lie Is a good talker. I nm requested to say to the teachers race. Miss Mary Lusk left Wednesday for of our county that tliu Teachers Instia Hhort visit to Miss Annie Hathaway, of tute will bo held nt Mt. Vernon, bannMm. S our enterGen Booth claims that the Salvation prising druggist and titnhor dealer, is army converts to Christianity 200,000, now very seriously ill. peoplo every year. Mrs. Boll Stone lias opened a much The union services will bo held at needed furniture storo near her resi- the Presbyterian church Sunday night dence. and will conducted by Elder W. E El- Married on the KM, lust., by tho lis. NEXT WEEK, There are 15,000 delegates to the! Rcv 0. Hamlin, Mr. Liudsey D. National Convention of the Christian Black, a widower of 22 years of age, to Miss Rosalie, daughter of Levi Haggard. Endeavor at Cleveland they are still arMr. Boy S. Beazley, formerly from riving. The Rev. E. E. Willey, of Sedalla, near Stanford, has been, for some time running a horse training stable at Mo , has bpen expelled from a local Hnrrodaburtf, and thence to Lawrence Brown's old stand at this place. Roy is Chautauqua circle because he umpired a ing Monday, the 10th inst. burg for a brief stay. The popular Will a good fellow, well up to his business, game of base ball. Ilro. Plku will preach at tho Baptist Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, wife of tho King is in Winchester. Misses Lena and is a valuable acquisition to our church next Saturday evening at n minister and elder, John L. Goode, Betlio and Mac Logan and Mrs town. o'clock and .Sunday at 11 and at ChestBradley are attending the Chautauqua. trotn late advices from the printer, Smith, died at Danville, of flux. She at Sunday afternoon nut scbool-houswas 72 years old. Miss Mattie DiuMiddie lias returned the History of the 1st Kentucky CavalMrs. Mattio Carter is spending the It is a Methodist, and not a Chrishome from Adairville. ry, which was confidently believed week in Ohio visiting friends and rePortman Peacock leaves for Cincin- would bo issued tho first of the month, tian, church that is being built near ports a flue time. Mr. G. T. Mcltoberte, nati y to join the standing army. owing to unavailable obstacles can not Preachersville. Either the young lady who has been visiting relative in Lin If ho were an expert with a gatling gun, bo out now until about the last of tho or our reporter got mixed. coin and Garrard counties, has returned he could readily begin work in Chicago, month. The members of the Christian EnhomeBRaiu. Mioa Florelle Ilrown and May lie become a gallant so'dier and an, deavor choir nre requested to meet after All lovers of law and order, irreRings for all and Good Accommodations. Mrs Georgio Hlce, of Mt. Vernon, came honor to his native State. Mr. George spective of party, indorse tho Imtekioh prayer meeting at tho Presbyterian down on tho noon train Tuesday and Weathf rford is quite sick. Prof. Thom- Jouu.val's position in last Tuesday's is- church Wedneeday night. went out to see Mrs. Margaret Colly er, son, uifo and Dr. Carpenter will deliver a lecture daughter are at IluBsell sue on the alarming state of affairs at tho their grandmother. Mr. Vick Owens is Springs. Dr. II. Brown is on to boys and young men at the Christian the sick present time. State rights and State sovfurnishing our operator plenty of galist. Mrs. G. B Cooper is visiting rela- ereignty are pleasent things to theorize church next Sunday at 3 p.m. Older this week, but it does not cost Vick On Half-Mil- e Track. tives here. about when the ship of State is sailing men who wish to come can do so. much. Mr. A E. Albright had a pleasSanford, Fleming county, is having On the evening of the 17th there on a calm sea, but when a tierce storm ant drivo out into tho Big Glades Tues will be a concert at the Christian church, srises threatening wreckage and instruc- the biggest revival in its history. There For Further Information, Catalogues, &c, write to the Secretary. day, but it was those that he accompanproceeds to go towards buying h car- tion, it takes ultra Haiuiltonionlstn to had been 47 conversions at last accounts. ied that made the trip so pleasant to pet for smile. Tho best talent in Cen- meet the situation properly. Even Jef- It is conducted by Rev. Mr. Harney. him. Mr. I.X.Xewland is though' to Tho Frankfort churches will unite tral Kentucky will bo involved, namely ferson himself, the author of State sov bo improving in health. Mrs. Kobt. Lyies, of Nashville; Mrs. Dr. ereignty, said that it was necessary at their efforts against the devil, build a Ijist Saturday evening n stranger up C. Miss Margaret times for the National Government to tabernacle and have tho Rev. B. Fay peared in town, who turned out to be a Hutlman, Lexington; Mills come and point the way to eterBennett, Circieville, O.; Miss Dollie stiow its teeth. Mr. John S. Wilson, of Bardstown, and nal life. Williams, Minnie Dinwiddle, and Mrs. managing editor of tho Nelson County The High Bridge Camp Meeting will J no. l'iffe, of this place. This is simFARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Kecord. Sunday night he and Mies Lilbe held July 20 to 30th. The blind ply a synopin of tho program; however, lian Woodall, one of Brodhead'a belles, Stanford Fair, July 19 and LU chaplain of the Lower House of Conis of the highest character, we oloped to Mt. Vernon and when they since it Sam Myers sold to John Pepplea gress, Rev. Mr. Milburn, will bo one of feel sure of succesi. Miss Mary Lusk plumed back on tho noon train Monday, brood maro for $100. tho many attractions. will recite "Birth of Christ" as only an Our terms are Strictly Cash and Prices Strictly Low. We expect they were Bitting low In their seata and John Hill bought of George Baker Rev. J. O. Rust, of Bardstown, who accomplished elocutionist can. On the to sell every man alike and to all at the hud nothing to say to anyone. It was a lot of mountain cattle at 1J to 2c. held a protracted meeting at the Baptist same evening tho Christian Endeavor Mr. Wilson's first visit to our town and The world annually uses 19,500,000,-00- 0 church here a few years ago, has mountSociety, a very worthy orginizuion, will I understand that he had never mot the bushels of wheat and 'J3,000,GOO ed the lecture platform with "The Comserve refreshments at Christian Colyoung Indy but once before last Saturday bushels of corn. ho Come?-- ' ing Man-W- ill lege, proceeds to be expended hb the soevening. Mian Lillian was a tine little S II. Baughman'a Cora Taylor won Heretofore the visitor in New Or may think best. Aduustion Uou lady and one of our best teachers. Mio ciety a race at Chicago Tuesday. She went leans could not tell by the looks of the Examine our goods and convince yourself that ve mean more than only. Let us all turn out in full force, in worthy of a first class gentleman for a of a mile in 1:15. streets when Sunday came, but hereafter we say. Hard times is the cry and money is scarce. Now is the hope she Ii.hs obtained. help the worthy rnusfS and get moro husband, which I W. II. Nelson, near Princeton, has all business is to cease on the Lord's day. value received. time to make One Dollar buy the most, by investing it with many friends hero all wish her a than Her a co that has dropped live calves in two The ordinnnc" to that etlect will bo enpeaceful, pleaeunt and happy future. years, twins tirst and tripletts tho other forced to the letter LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. day. All still living. Tne 29th Annual Convention of the The Indies of the Methodist church MIDDLEBURC, CASEY COUNTY. Wheat is selling at about 40 cents. Kentucky Sunday-Schoo- l Union will be had an ice cream stand in the park dur- Corn is looking well and growing nicely. lielil at KUBsellville, Aug. 2S-witti a ICev. II. M. hhouso will preach at ! 1; ing tlie concert Wednesday evening and Some farmers aro feeding their wheat to varied program. The railroads will give Arm Junction City .Sunday. Ihi:. 1 ' Ml m rsktd in a few shekels for their church. lings. Georgetown Times. reduced rates ami the Russellvilllans -!& The stockholders of Janio Wash In wftt) Mrs. W. 0 Sweeney, who has been Best wheat is selling at 53c in Cin- - will entertain all who go free of charge held a meeting last night. Htitute engsged in the millinery busintss for The Middlesboro News says that J 0. Coulter and II. II. McAnirh some time made an assignment to At- - cinnati. lower grades at 50. Fortv-liv- e cet8 seems to be the prevailing price In Uncle Joe Hopper's meeting at thePres-byserin- n shipped a car load of Umbs to Cincinnati torney uiell. Johnston last week lor ttie au tne interior towns of Kentuckv. church there resulted in 30 adWednesday. benefit of her creditors. Tho extremely William Kue & Son's Gambonito ditions and a great revival of tho mem J. W. McWhorter, Jr., has been dull times and slow collections whs the trotted the third mile at Danville the bership. One of the good results is the very sick for some two weeks in consecause of the failure. other day in 2:1S. Pretty good consid- establishment of a young men's prayer quence of which he has withdrawn from While fixing the largo gasoline lamp ering the fact that he has served 50 mares meeting which is largely attended. the bicycle races at tho Stanford fair. in the band stand Wednesday evening this season. Attention is called to our line of School Supplies, Fine Stationery, The Presbyterian Theological SemiMiss Mary Coffey, of Pull, is visiting John llarrif, of color, hail his hands and Railroads carry a man from New nary of Louisville has secured the ser- Toilet Articles, Perfumeries and Druggist Sundries. McDan-icl- , tho Mioses Godby. Miss Altio Hrms badly burned. One of the burners York to San Francisco for $S0; a hog vices of the distinguished devine, the of the Masonic Orphan Home at sprung a leak, throwing a stream of weighing the same aa a man is carried Rsv. Robert L. Dabuey, D. D LL. D., Prescriptions carefully prepared from best drugs by a regular drugIiouisville, is visiting at Mr. J. M. Dur- burning gasoline on him. Tho skin was the same distance for JO; advantage in of Virginia, and he will deliver a course gist. ham's. Kov. II. M. Shouie returned last peeled from tho ilesh from his elbows favor of being a hog J74. of lectures there during the months of W. B. week from a visit to his parent in Wood, down to his Angers. Mr. J. II. Gaines, who cuts and deals November and Decern! er. Lonlord county. Mr. Zich Thomas, of Mr. John N. Lake, of Torre Haute, in liny, says the present crop is A Baptist brother recently said that don, Is here visiting his sister, Mrs. W. hid., and Miss Mattie Pearl Brown drove largely not more than half a crop. Tho grass a preacher who votes either the demo Perry Wesley has been emT. Miller. over to Stanford Wednesday evening and white-to- p nud other cratic or republican or populist ticket is ployed to teach tho school at Yosetnito were married. The groom travels for a is short and full of weeds. Lexington Gazette. worse than a saloon keeper. Of course and will begin Monday, large wholesale house and is a prosper . The July returns iu the statistician it uniAia no ciiiierence wtiat a man sajs Well Selected, adds 25 per cent, to the beauty and finish of a home. Santo, the nssassin of Carnot, has ous youiiK gentleman, ine urine is tno;0f tl0 Department of Agriculture make who can say a thins like that. Wo cite My stock is sure to please you in broken down and spends his time in youngest daughter of Judge Kph. Hrown the average cotton condition S9 0 against the utterance, not because we attach the UorH 810w8 n jncreaeed ' 6liK,teBt importance to it, but simply to 8S ; Abt y,,nr wailing: "I do not want to die; I am on- and was a popular young society lady. uuuivi imwuii mm v.,nii..m . acreage ot l.uuu.uuu acres. Hie averaire ' illustrate how cranhy a gooii man can ly 110; I do not want to die. to his Ail of the roads out cf Cincinnati Frank left on their wheels for Niagara condition of corn is t)., as against tM.'J become when he bids good-by- o have resumed operations in nil depart- Falls Monday. They expect to make last year. Winter wheat shows an im- common sense and follows a hobby. A full stock cf Guaranteed Mastic Mixed Paints, Alabastine, Varments, and are handling freight and pus the entire jonrnev on their cycles. Miss provement and spring wheat a decline. Western Recorder nishes, &c. Dr. lvitou, of tho Baptist Recorder, senger business bb usual, mostly with Oliostiue McGregor, a beautiful young In another column It. K. Coleman, la ly, of Louisville, is the guest of Miss of Ilarrodsburg, now llremen and brakemen. oilers his livery stable never experienced the delightful sensaDGJSTJB Tho town of Camnbollsville, in Tay- Ellen Owsiev. Misa Mary CMig, of New business for salo on account of bad tions of the dreamy waltz or he could not Ikfore Spring Cleaning. 'We are glad that lor county, an (tared a $30,000 ilro Monday Orleans, is visiting Miss Jeanie Lackey. health. This is onej of the bast paying have written this: for Virginia, night, from which it will take years to Dr. Hugh Grant left stands In the State, has been established dancing is going out of style. At the B.. recover. It broke out in tho brick build- lie will protiaby locate to practice his many years and has always dono athriv- - fashionable watering places there is nothing like so much of it as formerly. ing occupied by Newton Bros, and Mack profession. Mrs. Schilling uud Miss iug business. It is a complete establish of K climond, nre visiting Miss Goode. Botli of these tlrms had a large ment and the building is one of the lnrg Dancim: is a relic of barbarism, and, ns stock of dry goodH and groceries w hicli Nellie Dillion. Mrs. Fred Lippold nud est and driest of its kind in the State. It neoplo become more nud more refined and cultured, they care less and less for was completely destroyed. Jablow'e con children, oi Louiwille, nre visiting Mrs. trill be disposed of at a bargain. dancint;. To educate the peoplo is one foctionery, Wright's law oillce, Border's W, O. Sweeney. Mies llettie Robinson Country people don't know nny- - good way to get rid of dancing. What Hotel, a barber shop and several stables is visiting friends iu Danville. thing about bird times. Strikes and la- itoxsihle sense in there in ladies and centlemen urabbim: each other and prancon the South side of Main street were The grand jury at Lexington in a bor riots don't bother them. They go ing around a room? Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your The Drug-Stordestroyed. moral spsm, produced doubtless by the rigiit along plowing their corn, hoeing In a circular written to the brother- Hrecklnridge disclosures, indicted a num- their tobacco and cutting their wheat Electric Btttors. This remedy is becoming to well known and so hood of locomotive engineers, Chief Ar- ber of prominent men for renting houses intl have no thought of the hardtiuus popular as to need no special mention All who thur, who is eminently conservative uud for keeping women iu for immoral pur- Wa have never entered a country home have used Klectrtc Hitters sing the samo song of praise, A purer medicine docs not exist and It is a man of sense, warns against any nets poses and Judge Jewell for letting them yet where there was not plenty to eat guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Klectric School Books, lass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, .. r i... - .1. .. miters win cure an diseases 01 tne i.iver ami mq contrary to tho ruleB of their order or to have tho houses. Him liini m uiu very ueai. uuuuiry Jieu- P.mnles. lloils.Salt Hheuin and Liquors for Medical Purposes. their contract obligations. Ho insists A horte kicked II S bhater, ot ihe Ktpem)er pie don't know how well oil they are . other affections caused by impure blood; will drive malaria from tho system and prevent as N. V., on the knee, which IIouh, that they shall perform the dutieB to laul hunMitldleburt;,anil caui:d the knee to becoma Ilreckinride News. well as cure all malarial fevers. For cure of Headup in leii Indigestion, try Electric which they have been bound by their stiff A Irlend recommended him to use ChamN. J. Cone, of Moreland, sold to ache, Constipation and guaranteed or money Hitters. ill two IUIm, which he noattempt be made through berlain's l'iiu to l around. Mr.did and has rec- Geo. Cogar S.000 lbs. of hemp at io. relunded. Kntire tatisfaction per bottle at A .K. olllcere; that I'rlcesoc and Shafer day wa able Call and see us. drug store. If other and says to local grioviences save by tho rules of ommended Itkindmany bruite or iprain. itIhe excel- Richard Gentry sold Kmbry & Fox 100 Penny's of a nine lent lor any He advises the remedy it alto iamoui for It cutis of rheumatism. barrels of corn at 3.75 in the crib. their organization. KurnaJe by Dr. S. G. Mocker, I)rUBKt, bun men to have no part in local dis- lurd Monte Fox bought for Goldsmith, the turbances, to accept orders from no following fat cattle: '32 head from J. T. brought ht umonthi Vtien IViby was sick, we gava her Castoil. Last lune Dick other organization; and in general old child, sutTerlucCrawfordiutautile diarrhoea, to Riire, 30 from It. Cobb, 10 from T. L. from When &he waa a Child, she cried for CastorU. and stick to their engines and me. It had beeu weaned at lour months old wathat thoy '.'0 from J. C. John-o- u and 20 from btinj sickly everything ran through it like When two became Miss, she clung to Castori. obey the orders of their railroad officials. ter ihroush a sieve. gave it the usual treatment Kubauks Brothers, at 4 to $1.33, for JuWhen she had Children, she gve them Castorta. in such casei but without benefit. The child kept Advocate. growing thinner until it weighed but little more ly and August delivery. pounds. I then than wuen bora, or perhaps. 10 Oh, merchant in thy hour of e e e, The fruit trade of Mobile has been started the lather to giving Clambcrlain'i Colic, If on this paper you should c c c, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, iltfore one bot- greatly injured by the strike. Several tle ol the 15 cent tire had beea used, a marked Takoour advice and bo thrice y i y y, fruits, improvement wai teen and its continued ute cur. cargoes of bananas and other Go straightway out and advert i; Two IiIvob Saved. cd the child, lu weaknest and puny constitution brougtit from Central America, have Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City, III., wa You'll And the project of some u u u, disappeared and its father and my.clf believe tho the child's life wis saved by this Remedy. J. T. oeen dumped into Mobile Hay. At At- told by her doctors she bail consumption and tha Neglect can offer no ex q q q. w. Dr no nope lor nci uu iw Marlow, M. D., Tamaroa, ill. Be wise at once, prolong your da a a a, G. Hocker, Druggist, Man lord. For tale by Dr. 8. lanta car loads of watermelons and intra wai Discovery completely cured her and Kinrr'i New she says it saved her life Mr. Ihos. Hggers, iv9 A sllout bushiest! soon do k k k! Ki peaches are side tracked, us the roads Sin Francisco, suffered from a ltU . V. II. Nelson, who is in the drug business at 1.. onlH annrmrhinir consumntlon. tried without will not undertake to forward them. result everything eltc then bout ht one bottle ot Mo , has so much confidence in Kingvllle, Buciiln'aArnloa Salve. Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy The belt talve lu the world tot cuii, bruisest that he warrants every bottle and otfers to refund Melons nre selling at five cents a piece Dr. King's New Discovery and in two weeks wai It is sucn re. cured. Heit naturally ulcers , talt theura, fever tores,allteller, erup the money to any customer who it not satisfied at and peaches torei. provo the samples, tain it 15 cents a bushel, but suits, of which these are thankful. that cought and chllblaim, corn! and it. Mr. Nelson takes no ritk in doing wonderful efficacy of this medicine In Sont. ItpoMtivuIycurM piles, or no pay requir-i- ter using this becaute the remedy it a certain cure for the there is no market for a tithe of what is colds. Kreetilal bottles at A R. Penny's Drug Stanford, Ky. It is ipuuanteed to Kite perfect tatitlaction dlseatet tor which it is intended and ho knowt It. Store. Regular sue joe and $i. or money "funded, lrice as cents per bo. For tale by Dr. S. G. Hocker, Druggist, Stanfqjd on hand. Ky. John C. Oruwfortl, of .Sun An- - Mr. W. T. Humphrey, Stanford -- -:- - Fair. l .'$ Thursday & Friday, July 19 & 20. well-know- o 'A to-da- BigFromiums.Rich Saddle Stakes, - 6 BICYCLE RACES. 6 J. S. OWSLEY, SR., Pres. E. WALTON, Secretary Lowest : Possible : Prices. W. H. WEAREN & CO. Wml . uIKU I fft K Drugs, Paints and Wall Paper. McROBERTS, Stanford. WALL : PAPER DESIGN, QUALITY AND PRICE. lEOLTnS TTOXJR HEFAXHIXsTG to-d- A. PENITIT, Druggist. De-vor- e, I I ! DR. S. G. HOCKER, DRUGGIST. e - Drugs, School Supplies, DE. S. C HOCKEB, Tlie Druggist. 1 -I ... The Best Goods for the Least Money, 41 i 1 LU-lar- 1 O'Brien Wagons A2TD fi ! Canton Chil'd Plows. FARRIS & HARDIN. .., n Cnam-borlam- 's d For sal. by A. R. Penny, Stantord, 1 r'fnV) Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal -- Stafford, Kv, July 13, 1804 W. P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. FOR CONGRESS'. For County fudge ' Clerk Attorney. Sheriff .TAS. It. MTRKAltY JaS. WALKER - '. Alienor Jailer GIVIiNS G. II. COOPER J. B. PAXTON T. D. NEWLAND E. D. KENNEDY O. W DKHORD The end la in Bight and tlio meanest, most unreasonable and the costliest rike in the history of the country will soon be a hideous memory. The etronp arm of tho military has brought the strikers to their senses, railroads are to run their trains according to schedule with new men in the places of those who attempted not only to tie them up, but destroy them a well, and Debs, the great, the only and all powerful Debs, is under bond of 5 10,000, charged with conspiracy to commit unlawful acts against the V. S. government. The charges are made by tho Federal grand jury empaneled to investigate the case, and are based on the orders in writing sent out by him directing men on tne different railways to quit work, thus stopping the running of mail trainB. All of his correspondence and telegrams were seized. If convicted, Debs is liable to a sentence of six months to six years in the penitentiary and a fine of not lees than $500 nor more than J5.000. Having cained world wide notoriety and strutted a brief senson on the stage, let us hope that the form of this arch against the public and the greatest enemy of the laboring man will eoon be clothed in a convict's garb and working something else except the jaw he has worked so long and so calamitously to the country. But whether ho gets his deserts or not, it has been settled that the law'and not anarchy is still supreme in this land of thu free, and that the representatives of order and not of anarchy will remain at the head of affairs. God reigns and the goverment still Uvea. con-spirit- or commends tho action of Mr. Cleveland and Bays he Ins not transcended his power. "I believe" says he, "that thero is no Bpot in the United States where tho United States troops may not go under orders without asking anybody a consent, and that the enforcement of the laws of the United States is the Bworn duty of the president, and tho army mi appropriate instrument to use in the enforcement of those laws where they are violently resisted and the civil officers aro unable to deal with the situation. If the posse comitatiiB law limits the president's constitutional power at allwhich is very doubtful it only requires the proclamation to precede tho use of the troops." This shows that Mr. Harrison is statesman enough not to try to take advantage of an unfortunate condition, for party aggrandizement and will increase the good will in which he is held. Harrison MEWSYH0TES. The Georgetown etreet railway declared a dividend of 4 per cent. The strike has collapsed at Nashville and is practically over at Birmingham. James Doolin has been appointed postmaster at Dahney, Pulaski county. Mrs. Dr. Williams, who has been bed riddon for 22 year, died at Frankfort. Tho paralysis of traffic caused by tho strike has compelled the Big Four to lav olHl.OOO men. It took 1,059 ballots to nominate a republican candidate for Congress in tho 2d Kansas district. The Ptriko is over and it will bo a long time before such a silly attempt is made again to coerce tho railroads. Tho oldest mason in tho Stato ia dead again. This time down in Caldwell. Isaac Curry died at Princeton, aged A company is organizing iu Kst St. Louis to establish an opposition to thu Pullman Company with a capital of ll. FJ U r i ft :l It I TnE mayor of Little Rock is made of the right material. In response to a dis patch from the mayor of Detroit requesting 50 other mayors to join him in requesting Pullman to arbitrate, he replied: "Under ordinary conditions and circumstances, I would favor arbitration. Present conditions forbid it. I am opposed to treating with people who are defying the laws and orders of the court and are now engaged in destroying lives and property. Support the Government." That's the idea in a nut shell. The other time serving, labor vote hunting official showed that they were ready to do anything to make themselves more solid with the boys without regard to consequences. It is just such time serving cowards that made tho conditions at Chicago and elsewhere possible. "Tub Administration will not etase its efforts until the constitutional right of every man to secure employment free from intimidation is thoroughly established. If that should be the outcome o' the present struggle it will be well worth the price paid for it, dear as it has been." That is the statement made by one close to Mr. 'levelaud. who can always be reWith such lied on in any emergency. men as be for president and a few gov ernors like Jones of Alabama, the riotous element would long since have found its proper p'aco in jail. Whkx the governor of California could not be hauled on h railroad train, when a car load of meat at Chicago could not be iced and tho delegates to tho Christian Endeavor meeting at Cleveland could not io through union by apecinl permit of Czar Debs, it a as time for tho country to call a halt. There is no place in the United States for dictators and except iunide of prison walls. sts With a hand and a half waiting for every job, the LouUvillo brakemon and firemen, who were fools enough to leave their positions, thereby giving up their wagon that their families need for tho nectWities of life, in order to help Debs gratify his spite against Pullman, no doubt realize by this time that Debs is not omnipotent aud that a lost job is hard to regain. The threatened trouble m California diil not materialize. The Btrikers melted before the military like itiiot boforu thu noon day suu. The blue coats aro a band of beautiful persundere, when a man hka yoHrUnele Grover id commander It is deplorable Unit audi drastic romediw should have to bo ntd, but k demand heroic nmliitoant f. din treat-mon- TiiKdeutocretH in convention at Comp-tu- n nominated Hon. Jew M. Kendall for Congress on the seeoiul ballot, ovr a llld of half a docon common horn. Tho same convention by a voi of 61 to 25, rtiOonmuHidrd Jti'hjtt W. JI. Bwknar, of Olark, to nil out Congressman Lialu's tTHl. No strike will ever have thu oudorsu-niai- it of the public milwa it is made on Sym- pathetic strikes against corporations with ivhich thu strikers have no grievance have fallen into innocuous desuetude. extra gootl aud snrticieut grounds. At Terro Haute, Ind., a judge decid ed that the school board could compel all children attending the public schools to bo vaccinated. Ohio is first in sheep and wool, second in petroleum and steel, fourth in to obey the reckless order and continued coal and liquors and fifth in cows, to porsue their labors, thereby show- wheat, hay and tobacco. ing their wisdom and cood citizenship. Floyd White, tho negro charged Tiie days of autocratic labor leaders are with the assassination of young Herbert Sensible men will refupe numbered. White in Fayette, was arrested nnd bareto follow them after Debs' damnable and ' ly escaped lynching. deserved fiasco. The passenger Bteamor Vlademir Breckinridge, Owens and Settle are and nn Italian steamer collided near on the western coapt of Crimea, making the welkin ring, but the strike has overshadowed the race in the 7th and GO persons were drowned. Jonas G. Godshalk, a leading busiand but little is heard from it except ness man of Philadelphia, died from tho that the greatest h. m. of thu day, rs J ud go Durham called him, says there is eilects of u single honey boo sting. The no question of his nomination, the size bee's fang entered tho pneumo gastric of his majority alone being problematic; nerve. A farmer in DeKalb county, Ala., the gentleman from Scott Rays he is was at work in his garden, and in turngaining ground daily aud will get there, ing over with his spado a handful of powhile the Owen county 6ntry claims that gold and he has a dead sure cinch on the nomina- tatoes he tur'ied up $3,000 in silver. tion. In this state of case all of them The residence of Mrs. Mary Smith, should feel happy as the goose honks near Padticah, caught fire while she waa high. old away from home, and her The strike of the switchmen and fire- son, who was asleep, was burned to men on the L. it X. at Louisville was of death. old Bon of Bryant The three-yeshort duration. The conductors aud engineers refused to join them and al- - West, of Tiilin, O , shot tho top of his moHt before they knew it their places head off while playing with an old pis wore filled by now men. The road was tol his older brother had thoughtlessly put to but little inconvenienco and now given to him. Chris Gantz, a German farmer near A dki.aykd letter from .Mr. F. M, the fellows who quit are kicking themValentine,N"eb., has invented a bicvele Lutes, of Van Alsty lie, Texas, saj s: "Thu selves for being such fools, while they apply in vain for the places they gave with sails and is now on his way to New crop prospects were never moro promisup. Wo had an idea that L. it X. men, York aatrido it. Ho expect to make the ing In Texas than ut present, wo have had good rains all during thu spring, particularly, had more sense than to fol- trip in 15 days. Gen. Dan Macauley, Into of Louis- though just at this time a little rain for low the lead of such a leader as Debs. ville, and a brother of the owner of corn is needed. The wheat and oats A. URHANSKYE&tCO., Proprlctoi Some of the papers are making much theatre there, died at Manaqua, madu a lino yield in all North Texas. It T. D. RANEY.IManagcr. ado over a very small matter. Jack Nicaragua, whero ho was connected with is worth from 15 to 50c per bushel, oats Chin is said to have bet $500 that Mer- the canal project. from 27 to 2Sc. It in thought oats will cer county will give a majority against In addition to the indictments al - nlvancu from present prices. Wheat is McCreary, and that is accepted as con- ready found against the striko leaders, making iu thin county from 15 to :50 clusive evidence that it will. Jack would tharu will be numerous others presented bushels per acre, oats from 40 to SO bush no doubt give that much and more to against those who took an active part els per acre. Not much fruit here this : seo the man beaten who did his favorito in the Chicago riots. year, the severe weather in March killed up a few yearn ago, but hia bet doesn't Mayor Pingree, of Detroit, presented ii. Gardens have been very fine and settle anything. Besides we are told the mayors' telegrams urging arbitra- vegetables cheap and plentiful. If prices are any inducement you will certainly take advantage of that betting is a fool's argument, even if tion to the Pullman officials at Chicago, this opportunity to buy Furniture that is unrivalled in quality and deassured also that money talks. and was informnd the company hrd sign. Antique Oak Dresser Suites go at $ 5; Antique Oak Chcval nothing to arbitrate. Suites at $20; good Cotton Mattresses at $2. 50; No, I Woven Wire Mn. Cleveland seems to be demonTho repnblicans have issued a call HeJ Springs $y Cane Seat Chairs per set S3. 50; Cuttirg Tables 75c 1 strating to the satisfaction of law loving for a convention to meet at Georgetown and Si; Bed Lounges and Couches $S to $20; Chatauqua Writing men that the law and not thu riotous Friday, July 27, for the purpose of nom will of thestrikersisBiipreme in the land. Desks $0; Haby Carriages $5 to Mo. Parlor Suits and Plush Chairs inating a candidate for Congrens in that Plenty of hot shot for tho incendiary and kept in block and mane to oidcr. Special attention gaid to odd sizes 1 (the Seventh) district. murderous mob and a rope for Deba will in Window Shades. Mattresses of any kind made to order. The The Statu puperintendent of public .V r? so tie the question for veurs to come that largest variety of Picture Fasles Moulding ever handled in Stanford. instruction declares the oilices of post " S t a man may quit work, but ho shall not Picture Frames made in the latest itjlcs of moulding. The conMant master and school trustee to bu inenmpat by force or otherwise prevent tho niRn inflow and outflow of goods manifests my Miccess as alow priced cash ible, and that both offices can not be fillwho wants to work from filling his place. ed by dealer. When you look through my stock and get my prices you can the same person. but say that my goods are handfeme and prices teajcnablc. Give Last year in the crematory of the It is said that no railroad strike has Cfinetery, Parte, there me a call. ever occurred South of the Potomac and In Tofeio, the were :,7tl cremations. Went of the Alleghnnies. The reaeon " is that it m the policy of the Ciicf city of Japan, theaverage niimli. r 5 .2 r"' companies to employ none but the na- of cremations ia 30 a day. si nX 5 "v3 Senator Daniel's resolution indorsing tive population along their lines. Those the course of tho president in suppressaro mostly men of tho better claes and AI.l MY- are governed by reason, instead, of being ing the lawieesness incident to the striko wis adopted by the Senate. An amenddriven by such cattle n1 Dehn. ment favoiing arbitration wbh defeated. ! The Winchester Democrat with the Mn. Mary Greone, who celebrated flippancy of adolescence refers to us as the her 102d birthday a few days ago at sinner of tho Intkiuoi; Swutnpton, It. 1 , lull lived for over 75 July and Janunry'and without any exception those 'whose accounts " Journal," thereby displaying his ignor- yearB in her presont home, which is are six monthsjjpastdue ance jn two essential particulars. Kirct within two miles of the housu in which 5 n' if theru is a bald hair on our head no she waslorn. one hns discovered it and second if we and James Moore, two Gouch Hood aro a fcinner, nobody Buspects it. With ftrmurs engaged in threfahing wheat in CO this slight correction thu rest of tho Mercer, had a quarrel over a trivial mat may go. and Mooru was shot aud killed. t'r Do not be surprised at seeing it on your account and do not ask me Hood escaped. The dead man left a many country editors can allnrd a widow and nine childreu. Not to deduct it. -:- Kuropean trip, but the senior editor of Judgt Grosacnp ordered tho Federal the Midway Clipper is among them. Mr. authorities to return to Debs ull of hia Richard Godson, who is as bright as lie private loiters. Attorney General Ol A. G. HUFFMAN, Pror. is clever, is now sailing tho briny deep ney wired to special United States Atfora three months' tour of England torney Walker that tho seizure of thu and tiiu continent. pepHfti was not according to law and that they should I) returned. Tim Kentucky delegation in Cougre&u Thu arrival of Federal troops at is said to lw dead Mgniitet thu Senate Spring Valloy, III , tho scene of tho re amendment to thu Wilson bill, as are on utoet all other good democrats. A hidf cent minere' riots, wiiiwu an attack Because my friend trade with me, for which I appreciate and tltnnk thetn with atonea by a mob of foreign loaf is better than no brand, however, them veiy much. I don't know a better way to get your trade than ers. The Kgulara openod Are, killing and compromise better than delay in wounding several others. . to get this tmUUu. The country ia Hufl'tiring two inun and Mike Cochran, a farmer living near from suspense. O-OOZHinton, W. Va., flubbed tuiUiu wheat Theru id u movement among labor and huug hie cradle i a aheJ. A heavy For you to select from. people of Philadelphia to impenoh At- wind came before he not oat and blew Having ItouKht " O A Feytu, t am pippar cutiomtrs with ine betotMUk torney General Olney. the shed down. Cochran waa knocked d loturnleb wy biimu hoi the puiut of 3 President McBride, of the United down over the cradle and out nearly in two. Mine Worker, status that there are disaster ia re- At h pnen a't'fclr tailth I. Milk delivered A nice line of Dry Goods, Notions, Straw I A terrible SO.OCO and 90,000 miners out of lats, Caps, Fans, Neckported froai Mad, near Tokay, in North- in lit nilocd and Kuwlaud twice per day. employment at the present time. wear, 'Suspenders Ladies' Vests, Corsets, Hose and Shoes. French Hungary. A ferryboat, which waa I will alio stand my Ih irouh'jced Jrty Hull, The strike has not ruieed the price ern Cadies, Cakes, Bananas, Nice Fresh Butter on Ice and Groceries at crosslug the river Thief, was oapafzed Si 11 St. of cattle in Cincinnati, best beitu quoted Low figures for Cash. with 200 people on hoard. It is reported (Subject to Reentry) at 1J; lings are up, however, with tojw that about 100 of the passengers vio At TWO DOLLARS AND A HALF the tomou at he; best Iambi h0 and best sheep 3. drowned. A. It lilt MAN iigree-met- In obedience to a demand from Die tator Debs, Grand Master Sovereign, of the Knights of Labor, issued n call for them to lay down their tools and work no more until Pullman compromised with his employes. Tho stiiko was to become effective Wednesday, but for once a sovereign found himself without subjects. The knights as a rule refused live-ye- ar ar At Troy, N. Y., Bartholomew 8hea, who kilted Robert Itoss iu a riot on tho municipal election day, was condemned to death. Aa n Mascot ho heads tho list. On Juno 30 Mr. Debs ordered a boycott of tho Chicago Inter Ocean. On Saturday, June 10, thu circulation of thu Inter Ocean was 8S,400, and by Saturday, July 7, It had steadily risen to 100,725. July 1, it was 02.S30 and on Saturday, July 8, it was 110,075. Ira AtkitiH, a lovo sick youth of Lincoln county, W. Va., wont to his To test the buying power of a dollar. This is the time when you sweetheart's house at night, but she re- can fully appreciate the values we offer. This a time when we can fused him ndmittinco, as did her parents give you goods for less money than it costs to manufacture them. when he broke in the door, and was later This the time to buy and buy quick. arrested for housebreaking, with tho result of being found guilty and sent up for five years. N Ij eTral 11. T. Huddhstou, of Marion, whose JL, body perspired continually Hfter his sup posed death, was buried. His relatives became uneasy for fear ho had been bur ied alive and had him exhumed. Upon We follow up our wonderful bargains of the past two weeks with oth opening tho collln thu features were hor ers of more striking character. We show goods which can be found ribly distorted showing that their fears nowhere else prices which do not even cover the cost to inJStanford at were realized. manufacture and import them. It is easy to Friday, August 10, is thu date on which Congrcs.9 now thinks it may adjourn, but if it takes the eight democratit ic conferres two weeks to reach an on thu tariff bill, how long may it not tako the six republican conferrep, And get at a very low figuae. Our goods speak for themselves, our the SI members of thu Senate and thu Indigo blue calico 4c, American :!55 members of the House to eoino into prices arc made to clear out now. Shirting Calico 4c, White Goods 5, 6", ard 7c, Dimities 10c, worth a common understanding? Times. At Westville, 111 , thu mob had binn 15c, all Dress Goods will be sold ed a number of freight cars and then at tacked a passenger train on Illinois road. Troops were ! from Danville and fired over tho heads of tho mob, to disperse thu people. A woman standWhalebones $c per dozen, Ladies' Hlack Hose 15c and 10c, worth ing in her yard and a girl standing in thu Lancaster Aprcn Ginghams elegant line of door of her homo wuru killed by thu tiru double the money. aud an unknown man was fatally wound Embroiders which will be sold for 5c, 7c, 9c, worth double the moned. The troops then charged the mob' ey. Just received another line of Children's Hats at 10c, woith 35; and scattered it. A most atrocious Mime wnp committed by thu strikers in California, a trnm in charge of Ftderald troops being ditch-- ' ed, causing thu loss of the lives of the engineer and three privates and thu se Worth from jS I to Si. 50 In order to reduce our Clothiptr Stock as rious injury of four. The leader of tho1 as possible we have this week made a general Sweeping Kc- strikers has issued a statement denying ductton. Children i s Suits 50c, 75c, i; Hoy s Loner i. Suits, $2. that they wero responsible for thu cci- -, iMen S SUItS $3, $5. Any Ol the above SUltS arc dent, though threats were mado before jp2o0, ?3. the train left that it would nevtr reach worth at least double the money. Hear in mind that we sell Shoes its destination. The track on tho bridge auj Slippers for less money than our competitors can buy them for. where tho derailment occurred was torn up for a 1(0 feet aud thu rails covered with sand This is The Time. ?W-ey-3la- XXX (3 WEEK t GET - THE - BEST Of COST .c, I rSlRegardless I ! Men's Hats For 25c, ., ""'' j qnjjy ' j , 1 LOUISVILLE : STORE, Ma-caule- Furniture, Furniture ! , , w q sm j Y Perela-Chais- o d I cs W. W. WITHERS. Is : Are Due ! "bald-heude- d 9 U een-ten- co " r Will be Charged Interest H. J. McROBERTS. . Jersey Dairy. -i MEET WITH UCCESS. I tmiffimLbtiiiiJmY I m&ms?mm TZEZIE BEST J. DS be-twe- on (Iro-vuiu- Jevsoy Cows, lire of g HSVE JUST RECEIVED O. Lambert, J. 1 FLORENCE. rjjinsf kA6.: tfW&S4rts? r&K&e "tfCjKi 'TV Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Stankohd Fair, Julv 10 nni 20. Con k tot ho fair next week and toll " your (riemlH to do likttwiso. pina in latest designs, at Dunks, jowel (Stanford Ky., - July l.'J, 1894 er. Youn account is made out. Please Foil Sale. A skeleton wagon and call and settle A. It. Penny. nowly painted and good as now. John E. C. Walton, Business Manager Tiikiii: is ala)s something new at Cook, tho Barber. Danke, tho jeweler's. Call and see. MEANS BUSINESS. The metropolitan orchestra is prepar, Tkli, your neighbor they aro selling ing to give a big hop Huy your school bookH and school sup at the Opera House 10c dress ginghams at Be at Severance fc jilifs ol nil kinds at A. It. 1'unny's. the Sd night of the fair. Watciiu, clocks and juwelry ri'pnlrpd Son. To Loan. 01,000 on unencumbered and wnrrnutud. Knrftvinsi a specialty, I nbbii the money you owe mo to pay ut A. It. Tunny's. real estate at 7 per cent. Apply at tho Tilo lacTitat utritr tt htmta f a1 tn! mat! my debts. Please call and pcttle. M. F. Interior Journal ollicn. Perfumery, Palnta and Wall Paper at Klkin. . A. It. Penny's. Pescriptiona a specialIr you aro a hie v do crank you should Ouit stock waa never more complete tyattend the fair next weok. Three rares nor prices lower. Como in and let us supply you. Fa rrip it Hardin, PERSONAL POINTS. each day. .111. Belt Pins at Danka. the jeweler. 8ilvkr mounted tortoise sholl hair Coi. W. G. Wnt.cn went to Louisville yesterday. Mits. I)n. S. visa 0, For Bovoral days only tlie local freights Foil Sai.k. Lot on Lower Main St. have been running on this division. The adjoining tho Helm property. Sino & "through" trains resumed yesterdpy. llot'KKii is visiting rela-- I Menefeo. m recently occupied by McKiuney & Hocker. W. 11. the . John W.Shhkh, Highland, hns been McKlnney. granted a punion. Tiirrk will be a picnic nt Junction City Mips Uettik Tiiuiimund is violtinu Mrs-J- . on tlie 10th for tho benefit of tho CathoS. May in Somerset. lic cliurches. JtMxtKJ.lt. Dknnis, the jolly biijfKy I'knnv has the best stock and will soil man, was hero Wednesday. Mim. Mahy Howman and littlo MIes watches and jewelry lower than you can Mary Held went to Lexington Tuesday. buy elsewhere. M. H. ItAL'ciiiMAN went to BhelhyviUe Pi.kasant weather still prevails. Tho Wednesday to see his mare, Kl'ii B., dtys aro delightful and tlie moon-ligh- t trot. nights beyond compare. Mi.h. L. A. Fahhirh returned tolexinc-to- n A .Mi'iiiicit is a serious thing but the yesterday alter n visit to her paruuts way wo murder prices in our store is a here. Mil It. W. Gainkh went to Lexington caution. Dunks, tho jeweler. . Tuesday to take his little grand chilPleasi: come and pay your account. dren. in duo and I need it. Don't Mips Fannik Shanks went over to Lex- Tnu money postpone, but come at once. II. O. ington, Wednesday, to attend the tho Tailor. Mil. in Hartford. Under the new husband and wife bill passed by the last Legislature the wife may do anything but wear pants and even tkiat is not absolutely prohibited. Hartford Republican. Lovers must bo scarce down there. Two Mississippi girls recently walked a distance of 50 miles through the country to decide which should win a lover of whom both were enamored. In Hungary it is the custom for the groom to give the bride n kick after the wedding ceremony to make her feel her BubjectiOD. In this country it is the groom who gets tho kicking and lives ever afterwards in subjection. A coy and bltiBhing maid with the dogwood blofsoms of GO summers in her hair was recently wedded to a loving lad of sweet 111 at Greenlawn, L. I. It is said that their courtship furnished many a pleasing picture of winter lingering in the lap of spring. Memphis Commer cial. 3 CLOSE, : CLOSE! GOODS . Shall be the cry from now on until every piece of 8UMMBB MUST .' BE Is gone Irom our shelves. It is usely to give prices, but vc will call attention to a lot of 35c French Ginghams at 15c and a lot of Summer Woolen Dress Goods reduced $3 per cent, and our light weight Summer Clothing J. Oaiuioi.i. Haii.ky Myers Mouso. 1h elurkiiiu at Foil Kent. Store-roo- Hu-ple- Chau-tauuu- a. y, - Tiik Cincinnati Southern has reinstated tho eight engineorH who struck but W. IJ. .McItobfMH. tho places of the 100 brakemen and Mimes Anmk McKinnkv and Annie switchmen have beni filled. Tlie road Alcorn have been visiting the Mioses Al is running in good order. corn at Hustonville. XOTICK TO OaHI'KNTKKH AM) PaI.NTEHH. Mi.h. K T. Pkmk and Mrs. J, K. Lynn Bids will be received on work to be went to Wilmoio Welnesday to attenJ done on Mt. Xenia pchnnl-hous- o until tho HoliiieFH Camp Meeting. Mw. Monti k Fo.v, who has been visit tho Slat of July. Apply to I). It. Suing, injf her mot Mra. Alice Ilauntimiin, chairman, for specificntiona. m Danville Tuesday. returned to Photographer Kahp will give a framMiis. Oath IIaii.kv, who has been in ed picture of tho members of tho Teachbad health for some time, is seeking res- ers' Institute to tho lady who u rites tl o toration at Crab Orchard Spring. best est ay. The Interior Journal will Miia. Julia 0. Di'kn and Miss Annio also give a prize for something to be anGreen went to Kuokmstlo Spring for nounced later. several weeks' stay, Wednesday. Mim, Hklks Huikman and Fain Lusk, D. Peyton went tip to Corbin Tuesof Hustonville, passed through Wednes- day to see I). K. Itlackwell, a brskeman, day to vifcit relatives at Lancaster. who was cenously hurt near that place Mim. MrKiKKKY, Mr. W. M. by being knocked from a car. The docIlrijtht and family and Miss Dollio tor thinks tho chances of his recovery are staying at Hales' Well. are very poor. Mna Gkohoia Wiuy is back from a Dr. STRki.KltAii.KY, secretary, notifies visit to Louisville and Miss Mary llruco the doctors that tho next meeting of from n visit to Miss Katie Leo Yeager, in Central Kentucky Medical Association Itoyle. Mr. Samuel L. Bahtin, now associuted Hill bo held in the Harrodsburg Opera with a miuini? company near Pinoville, House, on tho llhli. Dr. J. It. Kinnaird has Ixen Uniting his parents in this Mill read the leading paper. oounty. Sparks from tho engine of No. L'it set Misa Mattik 1'kahl Hiiown of Lnncai-te- r fire to the dry grass in Mr. It. N. Kol-- 1 was here Wednesday where she was 'r'a yard yesterday afternoon and the joined by her friend, Mr. J. N. I.ake, alarm win given. The lire company of Terro Haute, Ind. responded promptly hut the neighbors Miis. Sakaii Wahnrii, of Garrard, is had put the flrn out before it arrived. visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Perrin, Tiik Fair amphitheatre is being put up who lisrt just printel hur hiiHbaud and everything is getting in readiness with a 10 pound irl. Miis. John A. Uai.dkmNn, of Ix)ii8 for the Fair, vihiuh cornea oJf next week. villo, returiUMl with Miss Juan IluchHii. Tho seating cajmeity will be much greatnn to Crab Orchnni Tnemlay, where ho er than i!i.t of last year or the year before, and the accommodations on tno will nimain a few wekg. Miih. J. J. Mi Kobkkth want to Parks-vill- tt grounds will ulo be butter than ever bejeaSerd.iv to attend tho burial of fore. liuroousiu, Miis Xanuie Iiekey. Mrs. A vkiiy attractive urogram iias been John W, Kout acuompanied her. arranged by Miss Anno ShanKB for tho Mi!. Gkorob K. Fjtirit, of tlie Fretweli declamatory contest on the Huh, at WalBtfd Itraeo Co., was liote thia woek hav- ton's Opera House. MiVhos Alice Holmes ing contracts, circulars, ke.t printed for and Nora Moreland will sing solos and nyunlH for the sale of the patent. so will Mr. Tildou Cook, while between Ituii Kn(U.kia.v left yesterday morneach declamation tho Orchestra will dising to join Tom Yeagsr and Tip ltruco course its sweetest music. A $20 medal at Columbus, 0. His business will ho will be given tho best declaimer. mm to look nflor thflr ImrsoH generally. Courier-Journa- l, Edi Dk. W. It. O'IJannon is moving his , In a card in the tors Daiitou and VanWiukle, of Sonier-st- t, family into his new "Hoiwo of Seven bay Hint there was no element what Gablrs" on Lancaster etrset, which is a dtioided improvement to that part ever of nsassfuatiou in the personal difficulty between A. J. Crawford and J. P. of town. Phok. J. F. Duity, the new principal of Hornaday. Tliay accidentally met face tho Stunford Seminary, was up Tiifsdny to fact) when an altercation ensued, reIn Hays he has sulting in Crawford firing two shots at to see after the, school. 30 pupils will be on Hornaday, which p etratwl his cloththe assurance that ing, but no other dainago was done. hand at the openiug. Ki.i. it Gh.mimi Fhamj, after a two Crawford immediately nvu himself up week ohttrxo uon tlie cohorts of thu to the sheriff tml waa shortly Afterward dovil at Crab Oichard and smashing released on tmil of t'M). Crawford has sundry suweptnblo maidena' hunrte, ia flinco been indicted by tlie grand jury on IiIb way to Niagara Falla with Mr. for shooting with intent to kill. Homer ItatEon, both of whom aie makTiik program for the'eoneert to bo giving the journoy on wheels. en at the Hiiatonville. Christian church Mk. J.H. Miu.Bit will "bid fartt.vell uwxt Tuesday night, 17th, embraced voto uvery" friend ntxt TiiMdayand leave cal and instrumental sotog.duutn and trifor Nw York, from which port he will os, recitatioHs.violin numbers, &e. Those t of duty on the Falkland w ho will take part are Mrtt. Luo F. Hull-maBtjl to hie thousand mi lea thu other aide IflMnde, a Mm. 11. U. Oaiiiiiita, Mrs. U.J. of nowhere. He hai promUW to let uh Lylec and Miwtw Margaret Llonuatt, hear from him through the columns of Dollm Williams, .Minnie DInwiddie, Manhich will in a ry Holmes Lusk, Mattie Alcorn, Minnie tho Intkrioh inuasnre etimiwusate hi friends for the Dryc. Ermii Morse, Uettio and Mattio loas of his jolly company. Powell, Anno Cook, Huffman nnd Augio Oarpuutur. It will bo a real feast of limCITY AHO ViniHITY. bic and other good things and the church prices on cutlery for one week. will doubtlem be crowded. Tho proSi'eiiai. ceeds are for the Chriatiau Endeavor. W. H. Wearen & Co. hf-r- , Dk-rriMc-Kobem m m G. W. Thiiiiii.k, Jit , of Christian coun ty, is vitituiK his sister, Mini Mattie Tribhle. Mil. Viiioii. Colkman, of Mtddloburp, was here Wednesday, tho Riieet of Hon. ILirvey Helm. MiB.H Misnik SrKAt'H is bsuk from Clinton, where she has been in the business. Mtrs AMiutnsiA Thomas, of IOiiisvillei arrived ytsterday to visit her sister, Mrr. mil-line- Thkkk are about 76 entries to the sev- eral bicycle rac:H at tho Fair and each mail brings more. Tim handicap closed with L0 entiles. You would not think times aro very hard if you could see the number of people who are carrying goods Bway from Severance & Son's cash store. rr An Ashland woman lately put in a day to receive freight for all points, a petition for divorce on tho ground that sure indication that the stiikers are her husband was "a natural born fool." beaten. Tho coert, who was nn old bachelor, you want your watch or any jewel-- , would not admit the plea, "because" said If ry repaired, take it to Penny's. Mr tho learned judges, 'if such pleas were Deckelman does tho work well and held to be valid, every man would be promptly; never disappoints a cus- liable to the same charge who gets married. I will sustain the demurer." tomer. It, II. Danks iias on exhibition the Winchester Democrat. William S. Montgomery, who has several medals to be awarded to the b"en a student at Central University! winners of tho bicycle races during the Richmond, several years, eloped with fair. They were made by Mr. DankB Miss Minnie Letcher to Sullivan, Ind., and are daisies indeed. the homo of the groom, where they wtro married by the father of the latter. The We are now doing a strictly busin.iH and those who cannot comply young bride is the oldest daughter of W. witli mi' terms will either have to pay R. Letcher, one of the n turfcash or refused. We mean what we men in Kentucky. Miss Letoher is the young lady wto on two occasions with say. Yeager & Yeager, Liverymen. Uo diflerent men eet the days and isI'sLiss all signs fail this dry weather, sued invitations to hfcr marriage, withwe are going to have the best fair in the drawing them in each case before it arhistory of Lincoln county. Everything rived. We hope she has found the right is being done to make it tho success that man at last. it is bound to bo. Come and wo will do Another couple has found Stanford you good. the best place on earth to marry. WedHkcunninu at 9 a. si. Saturday next, nesday afternoon Miss Mattie Pearl tho assignee of A. A. Wnrren will pro- Itrown, daughter of Mr. E. Brown, of ceed to dispose of his stock of goods at Lancaster, drove over hero in a fine public auction. Tho stock is comroaed turnout drnwn by a pnir of milk white chiefly of glassware, tinware, china, gro- horses. In answer to a question bv a ceries, c. Now is thu time to secure reporter, she said she came to meet a friend, who was coming on tlie train. bargains. Ah tho peijuel showed, it proved to be a People who live in town nnd enjoy very dear friend; so dear that she was tho luxury of sprinkled streets have uo willing to unite her destiny with his idea how deep and how stilling is the for aye. As it happened, .Mr. George dust along tho pike. It is getting ex- II. Bruce, of Lexington, a brother-in-law- , ceedingly dry and vegetation ia begincame on the same train and his serning to sufler. while farmers find it hard vices were called into action. A marrito get water for their stock. age license was procured and tho trio From last Friday'H examination there drove to the resilience of Rev. W. E. Ellis, where in the presence only of Mrs. rere issued 1'2 first class certificates, live second and four third. Three failed. The Ellis and Mr. Bruce, Miss Brown w'aa examiners say that tho papers show, ns a made Mrs. J. N. Lake. Immediately afrule, a marked improvement in a major- ter tho ceremony, Mr. nnd Mrs. Lake ity of cases. The teachers have learned drove to Lancaster, where an elegant that "there is no excellence without la- supper awaited them at tho bride's home, and where the heartv congratubor," nnd are preparing for tho work by lations of friends were showered upon hard study and strict attention to the them. The Bamo night they returned scienco and art of teaching. It is well. hero and took tho .'MO a. m. train for If tho public echools are to bo tho best, Terra Haute, Intl., tho home of tho then thu best teachers must be nt the groom. Tho wedding waa quite n surheloi. The schools in thia county are prise to Miss Brown's many friends nearly all taken. here, who had not even heard of her inThe following notice of a marriage, tention. She is a very attractive and shorn of the sensational features, ap- lovely young lady and we learn that the pears in the Climax: "At tho residence man who has won her is a worthy young of tho bride's parents, near Richmond on gentleman, fully capable of taking care Monday, Mr. Edgar Hlanton and MUs of a wife. We wish them a smooth and Lilly Miller were united in matrimony. pleasant voyage over the sea of life and Hev. J. H. Itoatman performed tho cere- a triumphal entry into the port of evermony." It is tho peaceable ending of lasting happiness what promised to bo n tragedy. It was Drunkenness places man as much to this couple that the Intkrioh Journal thu level of the brutes as reason referred a week or ago. After the him above it. Sinclair. denouement, Mr. Hlanton bought by flight to get out of tho trouble he had .VKW ADVF.RTISKMENH. caused, but ho was run down and capA stay in jail and tho threats of tured. an irato father wi'h a shot gun brought W. I.. DAV'SOX him to realizing sense of his position I a Candidate tor Magistrate in the Stanfoid preand he saved his lift, and tho girl's honor cinct by tnarr ing her. 30-dabest-Snowm m m bo-lo- J. S. Kick, agent, waa notified yester- 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 Until these goods are sotld. You will find it greatly to your interest to come at once before all the bargains are gone. Make Things Red Hot HUGHES & TATE. Is what you need when you are feeling dull. So it is When the dull time of the year comes with trade. -- r SI BUSINESS NEEDS :A is : TON The best wc have ever tried We have been giving our business this treatment and are READY FOR YOU Seasonable - Goods. : : With a good stock of ' -:- Others are going away delighted; why not come with your Cash and see what we can do for you ? EV131ffiAJKfOES -- 8 & a Mo DONT- feto But come in and see how many P? to elo-vite- DOLLARS YOU CAN SAVE, At the Leading Jewelry store of Stanford. BANKS', W. II. Hiocixs. : The : Jeweler. W. B. McKinnev. It ia related that when asked how pie. 1 hibition worked in Kansas, a toper of that State replied: "Everything is love Thor will boa nutting of the Stockholders at ly. The prohibitionists have tho law the and wo have the whisky." That'B about tho size of tho condition here, but we Cumbeiland : Valley : Land : Co. do not regard it as lovely by any means. At htir oillce in Stanford, Ky,,on Prohibition prevails in Stanford, but it July 18, 1894, docs not in Rowland from which wo aro ouly divided by an imaginary line and For thepuriXMeofeloctinf Nine Director. At 3 M ol the same day the new board will meet irom which we should never have been and orniic. J. S. 1IOCKUK, See'y. separated. Another bar room has been added there, P. W. Green and Tom Fer-re- ll having runted .Mrs. Ferrell's properWas to men, women and children only, and not to every horse that ty and opuned up with Mr. Green's fixruns off in town; but if you will come, please avoid the Rush. tures formerly used here. Mr. Green will run a froo 'bus to it audit will bo Our prices, quality of goods and polite salesmen will attract both just ps easy for a iiitn to go therefor a man and beast. drink, if ho has thu time, na to get it here. As licunso in Rowland ia only $150 ! and wouid be f 1,000 here if gianted, it will be Men that Mr. Green 1ms fKSO witli which to pay thu expenses of hauling his customers. Notice to Stockholders. Wednesday, 1 OUR INVITATION A BIG LIVERY BUSINESS For Sale! priniet al Harrodburx, HIGGINS & McKINNEY. MATRIKaNJALJJATTERS. 1 will Offer privately lor the next yn daf, 3d Roger Hughes, of Philadelphia, is it not mJ- - ihcu' I will oiUr Mt puLlic aucLON, on suing hio wife for divorce hecaiis she 28, 1S94, n, pulled his whiskers. There are said to lis 10,000 more women than men in tho District of Columbia. If true it is a mighty good pleoo to KO. Saturday, July ()a the Ky , at 10 A. M,, My Complete Livery Stable Es- tablishment, Which compute a full lirw ol Joi-knai- 1i,..fr V Driven insane by jealousy, John RL...M. W.a.nij lmnll,ii. Homo MM Mul,t. tether with liar Hew and Drake, of Anderson, Ind., killod his wifo ont, s ail ;iccirairmcfii .hu cuiMtuta iui a (table. and then put nn end to hio ow;n misera- livery many yuan my livery stable hat been tho tor ble career. IeodintC"He In HarnxUlwrj. and Iwa done a hirge J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. ItutlneM. health, In one house in Guthrio, Oklahoma, a ..d HtturUhine ti. llll ..lit 0in?tomy .w illhli.in.. f Lv.a.I... .H.kl v Itlll iltllt Itl. ui. .. . , ,.. .n..... lira At the tame there are five women from ns iimny nnd wind up my aAM'AUI.E UUtLDIXGtlmo tho will he MAONIKICEN f States waiting to acquire a residence that icaftcu or rt'niui r uu iuiuiuiiuii uu uuuuci- - Full corps of Contervatory aad Normal School teachen. Superior courses in H F. COI.KM N, tion. may secure divorcee. Marnxuburg, Ky An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogue and circulars furnished on 33 . Carnages, Utwf e, .1 urn-cut- Stanford Female College, Next Sesaiou Begins Tuesday, Sep. 4, 1894. Jf A IT U . Lileraturu, Muilc and application. mvBEfsrnnmmm Adrvj. jLo. ); PirjI' , njH'3--- 4 K . w ' r i i i it f 111 " m I ft wator that hnd been used io successfulA. SHANNON, four men and a team have been hero ly to break up my chill. It hnd bcon couple of weeks adjusting tho loss. Is a candidate for Constable In the Ilustonville put in empty Lithia water bottles and Tho library was completely gutted, set near my chiffonier in tho moving. Precinct. Election Novtmbt-- neat Alwajs on hand Two doors above Faith will not only removo mountains, Every Tuesday and Friday BUT BY MUCH THOUGHT HE PUTS and I barely escaped mysolf. Published Tho Nobiest and Nicest Goods? G. D. SMILEY But in timo of danger I enro no moro but warts, bunions, wens, tumors nnd AT IT OUT. for my lifo than for going to my dinner. ingrowing nails. Is a candidate lor Justice ol the Trace in the IlusCan be ha in the marVct. Prices lower than the $2 XMCR YKABIN ADViVNCOT tonville precinct, subject to the action ol the lowest Mourning coods a specialty. Call and Tho insuranco money comas in very not to paid 32.60 will be charged." Then tlie Insurance Adjuster Cornea and handily at this time, and nearly democratic party. esamtce beforo buying $100 MAHV DAVIS DUDDERAR. He- Oct In 1IU Work A I')W Orni-nsStaulord, will bo put into immrdiato circulation. Mrs. Kate Dudderar, Manager. marks on tlie Sulject TI10 New Drink It is quite a windfall, as ono may say. COMMERCIAL HI.OCW Fivo dollars of this amount was allowed That Helped Nje. Is a candidate for Justice of the Pear in the Hus for tho las of tho library. tontille precinct ; subject lo the action of the dem- tf.8D.vis Vertical Feed Sewing by Eilptr W. Nye Copyright, ocratic party An insurance adjuster is ono who At Home, Juno, 1804. Vhen necessary. The Earl of Bismuth, who joined tho stands In'tween the insured uul immeAre thn bet became hey run lighter andean do T. great Coxey tonmnment in Washington diate wealth. If it wore not for tho ada Krealer variety of work than any other testing juster, tin- insuranco company would TIME CARD. K. C. LOCAL machine. The and acted as May queen there for two The present Constable, it a candidate for soon give w.iy all its money and fetch in the Stanford precinct, subject to the action returning weeks, has jnst returned to Ticktown, o( the democratic party. Election iu November. La dies Train navos Rowland at 7:00 a. m., Lincoln County this state, feeling rast downright much. up in tho p Mrhouu. When notice of He asksour support. Are cordially invited to call at the St Asaph of Bismuth is a darkish my loss wan sent in, tho company wantTho Earl AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Hotel and caamine the machine, aa well as sam man, with broad shoulders, and claims ed to pay me for tho house, grounds and pies of lis work Mc.MUKKAV IIKOS. . ..t 37 Pm that fomo of tho blood of tho Castilians barn at once, but tho adjuster said, btanlord, Ky Mail traia going North ij.tt ..........ujpni courses aloLg his veins. Ho has dono "No; you ir.ut not give Mr. Nye all " " South......... pm ... it 51 tCxprtss train " South money, for yon run " " North 3'1a nothing that ono could not do Itonostly your bn a vagrant insidewould year. "short and .936 am to avoid industry. of a Local TrelKht North. ... DR. W. B. Ho cats farinaceous jo;pm Souths- So tho adjuster came. After awhile I food and wears sandals mado of cofTco Th latter traim alio carry passengers. com inccd him that I did not set tho DentlHt. n The above ii calculated 00 standard timt. Solar sacking brought from Persia to houo nflre, and I could see that it was imeis about to minutes faster. OfCce South bid Main St., In office recently by Jules Bryson. vacated by Dr. Lee F, Huffman, Stanford, Ky. For years Bismuth has been tho lifo a relief to him, for ho was a man who uf.ali:k in- QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. loved to believe in his fellow men. of Ticktown merry, hilarious and I proved that my wife was very danGoing North trains pass Junction City as fol Ho returns cast down and Vestibule starts 6 a. m. Ves lows: : has a very tender placo on tho frog of gerously ill on tho night of tho tire, and tibule Limited 3 35 p. m Local 10 p. m. ttorida that her life for three days had been his foot. Limited 311. a m . ... ..Dealers n .,, South N O. Vestibule 11 18 p. m. Florida He has grown up in Ticktown and despaired of, and so looking into my Limited 12:15a m Local 11.55 p. ni. has always found a roof to sholter him great, deep, bona eyes ho said: "Somo Vestibule arrives 8.40 p. m. here. Sometimes it was ono roof, somo- - men might say that you had selected times nuother, but when ho got to this timo to bccorio a wealthy widower Kv. and skip, but I nm not so soured jaiuxt my fellow men as that. I belief that YOU ARt. . if tho Iioum) was set allro somo ono elso did it." I am insured in five companies lxv I sides tho ono thnt carries my piano, anil the cities with a targe FOR CLOTHES. Candies, Nuts. Tobacco, Cigars. w.llam lust back Iron: MILLINERY, which I and selected stock of rill so really there should havo six adsell cheaper than ever Mils Laura Jaiboe, a so justers and tho local agent in addition THE PttOCTCH 1 QAMOLE CO CtNTl. penor tilmmer Irom Cincinnati, has engaged with can guarrntee to tho independent adjuster, but tho Headquarters for almost anything me and I Call aad see my satisfaction iu esery particular. goods. climato hero is so pure and bracing that 'MISSL1CCIK DEAZLKY, ono man can tlo the brain work of two, Stanford, Ky. you want. When you and so they did not all come. -As administrator of late , The local agent and tho adjuster, I will sell to the hlchestthebidder, A. O. Watkins, I jVi'PVBW-- i on the premises, f Bsolafely find, aro two different men. Ono is a two miles Hut o Yoicmitt , Casey county, en class meal for 25c, call on him. social favorite and n m?j Hit 1894. whilo tho other is a man who FRIDAY, JULY I, cream of tarter baking powtolls you how cheaply houses like yours The following described personal property, toA wn: Kour marrs, high bred trotters, one coll, one can bo bnilt nowadays. l A der. Highest of all in leavening vc I old mult, one jroke of oirn, two cows, 31 UsS n t U L-ir Tho agent gives yon till sorts of ad- sheep, 17 head of hops, fa mine implements v h r Latest United States strength. tMQ-''vStanford, Ky. vantages over the company, and when household .-Hoods, &c. $10 and under cash All .p.. f TSSsTJ Thkhs- All sums of Government rood Keport. the adjn.ster comes you find that thoso over that smoant a credit ol three moths Negothings, after all, wero not put into tho tiable paper, payable in the National Hank of CO., ROYAL BAKING POWDER policy. Ho also takes you around behind lliutonvillc. Parties indebted to the estate must settle, white it mutt present them 100 Wall Street, Now York. tho barn and shows you that, as a mat- thoso having claims tiralnit sale ss"f3a"3"SrSli7,properly proven by dar ot SUGGEST ter of fact, your policy has been vitiated EDWARD ALCORN, Admr. foven or eight times within tho past Allklndsof Carrlageand lluggy Tops, Dashes THE EAIIL'S UETl'IHf. I'cndcia Washington ho found a frosty wclcomo year, but ho will say nothing of that be- GENERAL REPAIR SHOP. and F. B. RHjEY.IProprletor, cause you evidently did not set tho house and spent some timo in solitary couflno-meu- t REPAIRED AND RECOVERED flro you seem want Kentucky. with tho members of tho common- on do yourself, and a purer to so ho London, - t'nholsterlng Lounges, Mattns es, Korklng In s to style and at Slifactry Prices. Refreshing Bath, Hot or Cold, life, better and hvo inatrs ana all kinds ol weal. 1 hare moved to my new Hotel and am better JOHN II DeNARDI, prepared than ever to accommodate the public. Ho hovo in sight over tho crest of will give you $22 and pass receipts. Then A stjtith Hair Trim or CUan Shavt, go to Carriage Painter and Trimmer, ho looks at his watch and says ho must Good Livery attached and every convenience Furniture Ropairod, MaUord Ky. Potato hill night beforo last and hnft hurry away and make somo Give me a call. Cook & Fnrmor's Bnrbor Shop. other homo And Varnished Prices to suit the times. Call FRANK RILEY, been well received on account of the 77 happy with his ready John, and away and see me at II. C Ruplcy'aold slautl opposite strange and interesting sights ho has Straub's Tin Snop Ladies, Your Attention, Plcaso. ho goes. seen. JOHNT. HLANKKNSHIP, Tho agent nnd tho adjuster aro both Main Street. Stanlord, kv. Ono lobo of his whiskers is gone, and My Stock of Millinery lovely characters, but in n I am told that it got caught in the door way. Uno lixcs it so that yon different P.'W GREEN. Proprietor. Isbeiri; rapidlv opened and it enbracrs every will, m of tho senato chamber as tho earl was caso have engaged Miss thing pretty and stylish. of fire, lo about $1,000 better off, e 1. a b. : : : Kentucky. Julia Stitt.of Cincinnati, to trim f jr iu coming away. to and yon feel so glad There personalty appeared belorc me. justice of lady ol much eiperience an taile of Is sure inHo fears that no great monetary whilo tho other makes e An esamination give satisfaction. lor to think that the company has not slap- ot inn ptace in ana Rifle Lincoln county, vtunam vited, MRS POMi: T lot RlJi. to Wright, Dr and Milton Ke) Holds, I chango will bo mado beforo fall and Hotel and in still running this ped yon into jail for fraud that you who state on Jamesthat theyare the parties who oath will continue tr j;ive my guests the politisi attenthat his trip was not moro imme- tremble all over till ho goes away. valued the cow, an estray on the farm of A C tion as well as the best the market a II unit. Punn, The said cow Is a speckle 1 roan, 10 diately productive of good. I was glad that all tho adjusters did years old: she has the bush ol her tail about she olf, Preshonward Hamilton of Possum pecial Attention to tho Travelwill They furthermore about 950 If they had, I would havo state weighthey regard pounds worth eighteen dot her aa Trot is looked for noxt week, but was not como. man. that ing Public. poor Uis,($i8.1 Said cow came to A. C Punn's. Apr I Ilreeder and shipper of delayed u short timo to answer for eat- been a Junction City W.A COFFKV.J P L.C. 3. ifc,. Onco I had a honso insured for When you want a turnout come to my ing tho contents of an incubator at and lightning struck ono of tho flOYLECOLNTV, KY Thoroughbred Duroc Red Jersey Washington. Ho had hoped to bo met chimneys and destroyed tho roof, tho A. S. Hogs. up with by a largo reception on his re1ST, 1894. Prices to suit the hard times, Call or leave oidsr falling tin so turn to Possum Trot, but now writes that an bricks cutting through thobe put SUROKOV DENTIST at the Myers House Office to Pigs from registered stock for sale, from the best entire new with bluo chalk on a cattle car which on. I had planned roofgohad Italy that Office over McRobcrts Drug Store in the n herds in Ohio and Illinois. Call and examine my to to pleasure iu anberd or address R. II. Bronaugh, Crab Orchard. camo yesterday that a quiet little recep- summer, The Linnietta bprlngsC.i. tales I had to stay at homo and Owsley Building. Stanfard. nouncing to Its patrons and the public (cenejally tion and dinner will bo best, tako it all prove thatbut did not tip Co I that chimney .IV YOU ARE GOING placeil the management in charge of (.apt. Thorn around. over on the house myself in order to get ...as jvicnsrus, wnews jirovii. ,i...m. Ho says that the above reports about a now roof. Or STANFORD, KY insuies pleasure and comfort to Its guests. him ;. o untrue, however, but that ho was The culinary department will be under the ape Is now fully organised and ready lor business wita Lifo insuranco la not quito so bad, Richards, whose THE clal charge of Mrs Sallle disabled by being stopped on at tho door although I expect, to bo dug up by seven are too well known in that capacity to Paid up Capital of $200,000. of tho capitol whilo ho was perusing a or eight diffora'jt companies in order I am now ready to detlvei manufactuied Ice need comment In this notice. irom the Stanford Factory to customers regularly pago who stood near by. Surplus, . 21000. that thoy may be pluuib suro that I am every morning at the rate ef FIFTY CKNTS MUSIC. Since- writing my last letter flro has not PER HUNDRED POUND I.OIb ami over, and playing possum on them. SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL, nt 75c in smaller lots. A Kooi Hand has been employed lor the season. broken out in, my chateau, which stands HANK OK STANFORD, When tho adjusters went nway, I felt 10 E. DHEMEH, Stanford. There will be dancing oerye tiling and special on tho east sido of tho deer park, and from what they said to mo that I was hone every Friday evening The Brand opening Now closing up) with the samt assets and under the same management which can bo seen for over a inile. Tho a bort of janitor for theso insuranco ball Frldayevenlng, June 15. lly provisions of its chatter, depositors are at Nashville R. R. Louisville MYERS HOUSE L1NNIKTTA SPRINGS CO , Props , building is erected in tho Anglo-Saxofully protected at aie depositors in National companies, and that if I did not uso 4Mt Hanks, iu shareholders being held individually Thomas Richauds, Manager style, running back as far as William moro care in protecting tho property I liaolc to the estcnt of the amount of their stock Is the line for you, as ita TT tho Conqueror on ono sido, whilo on tho would be discharged and another man therein at the par value thcreol, in addition to tv amount invested In such shares. It may actaa other it runs back to tho henhouso. CRAB ORGHARD put in my place. . csccutor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully at Smoko was noticed at about dusk p. W. CREEN, Prop. an individual I want to add ono word in closing reMake close connections at To those who entrusted their bulsiness to us coming from tho ballroom, and beforo garding tho good effects on my health while iiiuagiiit; the Lincoln National Hank ol LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI tho coachman could get tho dishes done This stable, which is run n connection with tht here tender our many thanks and shown from tho constant uso of Lithia Mcrs House, has been supplied whb For all points. J.flLLlilJaJ ro Stanfonl, we e continue to transact their business trust they will up flro had been seen beneath tho chan- water, if tho reader will pardon my e) with us, olfi'iing as a guarantee dr prompt attenTHROUGH TICKETS SOLD. Tit 7 A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, "fv rv tion to same, our twenty years' eiperience ia BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH cel, which connected with tho building from tho insuranco business. itiu.ur.dUirxL' banking and as liberal accommodations as are on that hide. Buggies, Wagons, For any information enquire of was quito ill for a Last month I niih sound banking JOES. HICK. Agent, Tho chateau is 5 miles from Asho week, and among other things had quito Stanford, Ky Or U. --rummer's Supplies nnd Is better than eve. as tho bird flies, and my well is a chill one veiling, but a lot of big hot prepaid nupply the public with villo uihsctoks: W. A. McQUOWN, Trav. Pass. Agent, t J J. Williams, Mt Veruoo; between 100 and ICO feet in depth, with water bottles placed about my person Junction City, Ky i S S. H. Shanks, Manfoid, HIGS OF. ALL KINDS Crclnf, I'Vvv n pair of mo-- s covered buckets on tho J. S Owsley, Staulerd; A. G. Lanham inside. TIicmj buckets aro suspended John D. Cattleman. Personal and promptattention given tu Weddings by Daniel To the Public -'- ineelts discovery S J. 1 try, blanferd; Parties and Iluilati. nearly a century or more ago the lucalitr means of a chain, which is of courso by lloone VK ' i P. V. OREEN, J II. Owsley, btanfoiil; ol Crab Orchard prings has Wn the Mecca of 110 feet or bo in length. When ono of ALIIURNS, Manager. Proprietor J F Cash, Stanford. health and pleasure seekers With Its healing surtheso mobs covered buckets meets tho waters, oronlc atmosphere and William Gooch, Stanlord; roundings, it at once afford to the e. crvated aud other in tho middlo of tho well, tho A, W. Carpenter, MlllcdKoville, Ky del ilitaled a Hope and a .Ninltaiium. empty ono going down knocks tho conW, H.Cuinuiiiit, Preachersville. The lclnityubounds with scenes tit charm the Painter and inspire trc Poet, ")lvn wlka for the S. H Shanks, President tents of tho full ono almost entirely Howling, t.over, embowered Drives lor the war Dr. J .Ml. Owsley, Cashier, plumb out, and so tho servico is not enHilllanl and Dancing Halls for the light hearted, and Hunting lor the sportsmen. Kspocial attenW.M Hright, Teller tirely satisfactory in ease- of lire. AND tion is jflven to the cuisine Tho flames were now supposed to bo Terms moderate From $8 to? 15 per week, for further Information, apply to slowly eating their way to tho wine colNATIONAL BANK GlN HOFMANN, Prnr 1, ketjp a flagon of mountain lar, I Crab On.hur.1, Ky BARBEE&OASTLEMAN dew whero caso of colio to offset each OF STANFORD, KY. and a MANAGERS, other. Heavy volumes of dark smoko Capital Stock D. wero seen emerging from tho facado of Commerce Building, Louiaville on . Surplus-- . which I had put on tho old stand ol J. II. Green, iu At the SOLD TO house by a man who learned how to bo Agents tbrougbout the South. Attention of ALL POINTS: Hustonvlllc, - - Kentucky. that this Is tho the public is invited lo tho fac u carpenter a year ago. Ho learned by only National Hank Stanford Under the provisions of the Nationalin Hank Act OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, depositors are secured not only by the capital W. A. TRIB3LS, Local Agront. , chopping his way out of jail. covered Has just recta ed a beautiful line of By this timo ono of tho mos stock, but by the stockholders liability lor an WISCONSIN, amount equal so STANFORD. KY bucket.-- ) had arrived at tho top of tho Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. this institution to the stock, by athat depositors ol are secured funr" cf $400,000. woll, but tho colored equerry who drew Five KANSAS, which are aworn statements of theconditiou of the bank MISSOURI, Call and see his stock and get his prices made each yearto the United States governit was so overhoated that ho had to drink II jou want a nice set ment are lower than anybodys. and its assets are examined at stated times NEBRASKA, COLORADO, of harciss, a whip or a duster tho moht of it to resuscitato himsolf. by government agents, thus securing addititona Hinder Twine for sale. -Jand perfect safety to depositors. When I announced that tho flro was This institution, originally established as the ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, in tho wino cellar, a neighbor of mino Deposit Hank ' THOMAS YEAOER lied as the of Stanford in 1858, then JAMES YKAGER. - TEXAS, National Hank ol Stanford in iS6 and who stood watching tho glorious sight again re.prganired as the First National Bank ol jumped into tho flames, and his body ... Stanlord in tSft. hit h.i ...i.it.. . YEAGEK & THE WROXO PRINK. SQUTH-WErupled existence of - years. It Is better supplied has never been fully recovered. IRE WEST, to sleep uuw win, lauiuiesior transacting business prompt At this timo ono of tho ramparts foil, booh warmed mo up, and I went Iv and libera lv ihm.u.. ..r.. STABLE, AND ?&M :.. i A, L1VERT, FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS and tho wholo sccno was lighted up for comfortably. In a day or two'l was up honorable career. Accounta of corporations, fiduAND EMIGRANT TICKETS. ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solic- miles around. I began to think rapidly. again and decided to try tho benefits of Special Hates to Commercial Men. water, which somo of tho family Tbt Directory oi this Hank 11 composed ol ROUTETO THE had a malignant breaking out on my leg Still I was porfectly cool. Every ono Lithia I THE BEST STANFORD, KY. good results. Poresws Reid, Lincoln county; below the knee, and wascured sound and weh who saw mo said that ho had uoverseen hnd been using with This is not a certificate for tho benefit b. 1 Harris, Lincoln; II you need livery glvo us a call. Nothing but n cooler or moro collected man. Any with two and a half bottles ot turnouts will leave our stable. iie us G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; ono tolook at mo would not havo of that beverage, but I did seo a marked 'ULLIVIAN VESTIBUIED COACHES, Other blood medicines had failed for rales. In our 'Will C. Ueaty, improvement, which my friends also J. W. Hayden, Stanford; to do lac any good. dreamed that I was thinking. SLEEPING AND DINING CARi Yoiksllle.S.C S.il. IUughnian,Lincoln; HARNESS SHOP Suddenly remembering that tho cha- noticed, for I had taken over threo largo J S. Hocker, Stanford; SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE uullon bottles during the time: I stuck a irood assortment of Harness. Ilri- Vou will find teau was built by an Ashovillo builder, W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; dlcs, Saddles, Ac. Have your repairing done by whoso address 1 will supply nt any to it night and day If I woke up in tho NORFOLKWESTERN c have a M D. Elmore,' Stanford; our man he understands his business put night, I wonld go to that big half gallon timo, I pushed tho housoover, and mechanic in our T. P. Hill, Stanford. CHEAPEST, BEST AND QUICKEST LINC. could hold. 4hi1sYa.1 fnm Mi.4fcrw? YVit!l fill Hf" tho flro out with a pan of milk. Then bottlo and drink all that I K. L. Tanner, McKlnney ; BLACKSMITH SHOP. Descrlptlv Write for IUiten, Mam, rrantcil caso of Tetter, and threo bottle cl I tipped it back in place, and bidding i I began to fcol liko a hoy agaiu, and I M.J .Miller. Mi v.-,- -.. curoamopormnnenuy. 'amplilcts, to any Stutlon Accllt, or to guarantto first. class work and satisfactory J S. Hocker, President; sang all tho tiny long. Will good night cheerily to ono and nil I re- danced aud LLC N HULL, M. T. BRSCC, W. B BCVILL, prices Tiy our horse shoer. MimnUlc.l.T. After threo weeks of its btcady uso I Wi'lr".rr .lt. HI,, l'Marrr 11. Tratrllf John J. McRobcrta, Cashier; for tired to my slumbers. If Agents on Deenng Machines, the lightest draft Our book on Iilood nnd Skin Disease mailed llOkMIkE, VS. eartb. machine A. A. McKioney, Assistant Caahier. (OUSIUS, O. lim.Mlkl, 1. Tho building is heavily insured, aud dlscoTexed that I had been using tho G a. Bwurr Si'Ecitio Co.. Atlanta. frtu. Semi-Weekly Interior Journa BILL NYE HAS A FIRE J. awiXjXjiiTEiaB'3ri Post-Oine- r . 1 33-Wh- en l K-y 6 OH 8 PAGES. EVERY FBIDAY. L.H.ADAMS, 1, - IVORY 4Ltt tt'nes J. BENEDICT, ''"li of -- Jjgp IVORY P" R. Zimmer, -- PENNY Tick-tow- o. Blue-Gra- ss 50AP 99- 'icob 1 Fancy Blue-Gra- ss PURE. lx-o- rf' 27th, i Groceries Higgins & Watts, Foreign and Do- All Kinds of Coal, Stanford, '. mestic Fruits, RospeotfuUsT' Invitad. L. Powder J - Pure mw -t- emym$h$. - MMmtl P ?TiWll Administrator's Salo wantarst pleasing-conversationis- t, ill R. ZIMMER. a ( - TOPS. igWAi YHIT' i .i .t rrt THE RILEY HOUSE L ""lb. Fust-clas- io-- m 35-i- The Myers House, n POSTED. 1 1 Stanford, ts H. S. Bronaugh, Linnietta Park Springs, Post-Office, $1C,-00- 0, hrst-cla- ts HBtLl' PRICE, OPEN JUNE LIVERY STABLE. Farmers Rank&Trnst rNTORTK WEST, ICE, ICE. ST&BLI nuail-(.catio- , - n Double Dally Trains XtXlTSR n m A--- -! -- rn tt ut 1 SEASOn'oF 1894: Ci-alnome-lik- u FIRST-CLAS- ROYAL' OF LIVERPOOL. r fKf 111 Insurance Company NORFOLK RAILROAD. WESTER?! TICKETS FIRST S. OAHPETTKIl, well-know- n $200,000 21,300 wur-M'- -- .Cjouv filooA?- RKg smnJ HORTH-WES- YEAGER, T, S1 3- FD NORTH AND EAST. first-elm- s WMWfe. "T f railroai !'. Tlme-Tuble- s, I A 4feu;J m- jS3v.4-!.- r UJ- - Jll vr WiAm t- Hi I LlllSIS-- lj -. - I Milt Biite&iiStJr