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Interior Journal NO. 39 MATRIMONIALMATTERS. of Townsend, Loulnvllle, Blackberries are scarce at 50c a buckStanford Fair, July 10 and 20. A new Norwegian law makes girls preached Home very interentinK ecrmona etful. Veraailles millers are only paying ineligible for matrimony at tho Unptittt church, heKinning TIiuih-ua- y A good tiianv of our citizen unless they can tll t. 10c tor w heat. produce certificates of proficiency in and continuing until Sunday. tend tho Stanford fair. Thirty odd horses from over the riv- knitting, baking and There was ii good rain in sight o( spinning. Circuit court commences the third er will bo here for tho fair. Crab Orchard Saturday, but only a few Monday in noxt month. Very few The engagement is announced of suits W. I. Herrin aold to Robinson, of Miss Frankio drops fell on us. It is certainly diHtrer-s-iiFarra, of Fayette county, have been (lied. Oarrard, a lot of butcher stull at 2c. to Prof. Alfred to look at fluids that were a few ago of Heidelburg The stock train reaumed Mb trips Tho best price obtained for tobacco University, Tillin, O. Miss NEXT WEEK,so Kreen, now burnt up. Saturday. Several loads of sheep left Farra is asiB- on the Cincinnati market last week MIbb Lorona Hardin's death in mo- this place for tho whs ter of Mrs. Matt Walton, of Lexington, Cincinnati market. $2tf 75. mentarily oxpected. Mms Alice ia not Messrs. 121 and Lou. Hopper, of Underwood Bros, sold to John John-eo- James P. Goode", anTwho hTks a yea"r improving. Mr. Hardin, wu are happy Covington, viaited their mother here AT, of Boyle, a bunch of feeding cattle or two of reaching o nay, is much better. OU iXXCAJ V . his majority, eloped " Sunday. The former ia secretary of the to Jetlersonvillo with Miss Hattie Park, (A dispatch at U o'clock yesterday Latonia Jockey Club and tho latter in at 2J cents. & jSimmons has four that have entered and nimlik her his wife. She f. I I I I .1 m said Misa Hardin waa still alive. Kd.l stamp deputy in the Covington collectthe beauOuu of Crab Orchard'a young ladies or's ollice. They are elegant gentlemen the 2:30 list this year. He leads the sires tiful daughter of a rich wholesale drugeo far this year. gist in Cincinnati, and is but 17 years stole a march on home folks. Misa Mol and have lota of friends here. John O. Higgins, of Jessamine, had of age. Mr. Felix B. Twidwell piloted liu Wnrren went to Williamsburg to visit -- Last week while Spencer Koystou'e her relatives there ami went from there threshing machine was at work near 1,250 bushels of wheat burned, while them over the breakers and had the knot tied in good stylo. The groom is to Jellico and was married to Mr. Joncn, t jwn an explosion waa heard in tho sep- nwaiting shipment. A. F. Moberly'a wheat a steady and promising young man and of Williamsburg. She will live there aa arator. In an instant the machine was bushels to the acre. Ho averaged 29J sold it to J. H wo hope that he and his may realize that both she and husband will teach nchool in a blaze, which soon destroyed it. None "marriage rightly understood, gives to uear there thin year. Mis Motile waa a 01 nut nanus had any cartridges or match Baughman A Co, at 40c. Mattingly & Sanders sold two oar tho tender and the good, a paradise bevery worthy young lady and wo regret oa about them and the cause of tho loads of hogs in Louisville Wednesday low." giving her up. trouble ia a mystery. Koyston is a colat 5J. Lebanon Enterprise. Rings for all and Good Accommodations. Mr. and Mrs. Tudor, of Taint Lick, ored man and the loss falls heavily DEATH'S DOINGS. on The Senate committee on Agricul and Miss Leavell, of Point Leavell, are him. Mr. George D. Weatherford. an old ture lias agreed to an appropriation of spending a few days with Mrs. I). IJ. Mies Ada Farra has returned from a $1,000,000 for the extermination of the and highly respected citizen of Huston-villMrs. H. B. Farris and children, visit to Lexington. Mrs. John Hose and Russian thistle. died Sunday morning of softening of Danville, are spending a fuw weeks children returned to Louisville Sunday. J. M. Coffey Hold in Cincinnati a car of the brain, which had affected his with Mrs. Moore. Judge Wilkes II. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Bolau are vlsitini? in load of 200 to 250 pound hogs On Half-Mil- e Morgan and Mr. Young, of Lawrence Madioon county. at 5c. R. mind for the last three years. He was Track. Misa May Dunn, of E.Gaines also a car load of lambs and a hotel keeper for many years and enburg, spent a few days in Grab Orchard Danville, is tho guest of Miss Bettie sheep mixed at 2j and Jjc. joyed a wide acquaintance of men who For Further Information, on. their return from Irvine, where they Robinson. Miss Lillie Grant Catalogues, &c, write to the Secretary. entertained M. S. Baugh man's fast mare, Ella B , thought a great deal of him. His wife, bad been on legal business. The judge a lew friends Saturday evening. Hon. will be in the roadster rings here and who was Miss Mary J. Lee, survives persuaded Mr. Young that the nearest Thompson Ilurnnm, of Richmond, was will uo doubt he a favorite. him as do four children, W. D. J. G.. Sh way home waa via Crab Orchard. Mr. J. in town Sunday. Mr. K K. Higgins has gone a mile in better and George Weatherford and Mrs. Spill- thun 2:25. W. Corley, the genial drummer, stopped returned to Louisville. Mrs. Mattie C. In the four months, ending July 1st, man Carpenter. Mr. Weatherford was a over Sunday in our town; his friends are Hullman Robson, of Louisville, i visi- Chicago packers had slaughtered member of the Presbyterian church and 0 glad to eo him restored to his former ting relatives in Lancaster. hogs, an his pastor, Rev. Mr. Bruce, officiated at health. Mrs. J. M. Bailey, of Danville, The local band is practicing, every ponding limy increase over tho corres- the burial, which was largely attended. last year of 150,000. and Mrs. Walter Dutton, of Indianaponight, getting ready to go to Washington -- Gen. J. B. Castleman tired three of lis, are visiting Mrn. Alice Newlaud. with the Knights of Pythias CHURCH AFFAmsT nextmont his best mures to Gay Bros' Highland IUiv. Mr. Kerr, father of Mrs. K. G. Prof Silvers, of Somerset, and Messrs. Denmark. Highland A new Catholic church was dedica,. Denmark is enterii i iil-kuruugui .ii inn ui'ieii uick nome l i rimy nuni severance, ot. Stanford, are ed In the saddle atallion stake here. ted at Lawrenceburg Sunday. Our terms are Strictly Cash and Prices Strictly Low. Iiphii from Rockford, III., where she has b0iik along to play with tho bovs This We expect It is estimated that Florida's crop of Five thousand barrels of liquor and to sell every man alike attending school and will visit his daugh Insures an extra good baud, and to all at the but in addi nineapples this year will one missionary were landed at a port i f aggregate ter a few weeks. tion, the boys have engaged ten profescraten, or fully 2,300.000 piueannles Africa from the same ship one day last sionals also to go. There will be :i from Last j ear's crop aggregated 35,000 crates. week, and thus does tho spiritual needs The salary of tho iufant King ot Newport, 2 from Covington, 1 from Spain is $750,000. Tho fastest three vear-o!- d trotter of the heathen receive attention. Win2 from Lexington and 2 from A Runaian Is not legally of age till this year is Expressive, 2:1S, by Elec- chester Democrat. Paris. These men will come to Lancasho ia 2(i years old. tioneer, and the fastest pacer of that age Mr. J. O Terry asks us to state that Examine our goods and convince yourself that ve mean more ter three days before tho start to Wash- is Bell than Mr. Gladstone haa an income of Acton, 2:l(!, by Shadeland Revs. Walden and Campbell will begin a we say. Hard times is the cry and money ington, to rehearse Tho band of local is scarce. Now is the 1250,000 per annum. protracted meeting at Mt.Moriah church time to make One Knighta will go to Danville Sunday Dollar buy the most, by investing it with One half of the wealth of HnglanJ is Mercer farmers are selling their uear Highland, on Sunday next. The mottling, Aug. 20, where special cars wheat to hands of 1,000 people. Robt. Dodd, who is buying for latter gentleman, he says, is a uraudson will he chartered to take them clear a The South expects to realize Wilmore firm, at 17 cents. Sales of 40 of Alexander Campbell. through to WnHhinctnn. from its cotton crop this year. hogs of 200 pounds at 4i are also noted Dr. F. E. Clark, who founded the in tho Harrodsburg Democrat. There ia a colored prisoner in the Christian Endeavor at Willistown, Me, Tho bill for the ndmtaion of Utah to Logan Denny's tine saddle mare, Feb. 2, 1SS1, was too ill to attend Alabama mines who speaks 12 ditlerent the L'nion has been aigued by the Int. the languages. Frances P, fluttered a very severe sprain ternational Convention at Cleveland, It is predicted that Delegate RawA plant is being installed at Niagara lins will he one of tho first Senators of in one of her front legs while running in which drew together 20,000 members of a lot the other day and will not likely be the society. A statement by the statiswhich will furnish a 200,000 horse power the new State. of electric current. The Union Pacillc, probably regard- able to show in the J150 stake at the fair tician of the society shows that the New York City's debt has increased ing jt as the easiest way in which she is entered. membership has increased from 4S0 in to get rid of turW. B. Willis shipped Wednesday for 1SS2 to over 2,000,000 in 1S94 $1,000,000 in tho last six months. It is bulent has anreed to fur now over! 101.000,000. Dr. Bedinger, whose duty it is to nish transportation to the end of its line Simon Wiehl 00 cattle, winoht l r,.vi The Sundav law in reuard to the cloa for all strikers not taken back pounds, which were bought of Ike er collect money from the stronger churchInto ser ing of business houses ot all sorts in New vice. at 4jc. W. D. Sutherland bought es to assist in having the gospel preachAttention is called to our line of School SuddHcs. Fine SrnKnn for Lauderman A Henderson, of Lexing. ed in the weaker ones and in the waste Orleans is to be rigidly enforced. The State election in Alabama will Lola Triton, who died recently in be hold August 7, and the campaign is ton, 12,000 bushels of wheat, delivered places in the State, waa here Sunday and Toilet Articles, Perfumeries and Druggist Sundries. New Haven, aged W, waa the last slave becomiug warm. Congressman here, at 50o per bushel. Winchester preached twice in the Presbyterian Gates, Prescriptions carefully prepared from best drups bv a aold on tho New Haven green, if not in the democratic church. He is an able expounder of dicandidate for governor, Democrat. fa Connecticut. This occurred in 1S24. The loss of fruit raisers, gardeners vine truths, but he has a tendency like gist. and Senator Morgan are making an acTennyson's btook, to go on forever. The The combined assets of tho Roths tive can vaas of tho State, and there is and canuera in the strike will be up in W. B. no amount proportioned for the childa family in Europe are not leas, it is doubt of a democratic victory. the millions. Tne finest of fruits are all here for the cause he represents church is $120. aald, than $2,000,000,000. The virtual Citizens ot some railroad towns are over the country being fed to the hogs head of the family Is Nathaniel, Lord learning, like Debs, that Still Calling on McCarty. the boycott is or allowed to rot on the vines and in Itothschnd, of London. We the undersigned citizens and vo a boomerang. Tho shops of the Omaha orchards. The cost of tho strike to all There lives near Winston, N. C, a railroad at Spoouer, Wis., and of the interests of the country is estimated at ters ol Kingsville precinct most respectlittle girl, G years old, who plays on any ii jtnphis route at Thayer, fully ask W. L. McCarty to become a Well Selected, adds 25 per cent, to the beauty and finish of a Mo., are to be 100.000,000. home. musical instrument at wight. She Iihh rumoved to other places S. G.McDougal, of Long Grove, rais- candidate to represent Lincoln Co. in My stock is sure to please you in on account of never had a music lesson and is a prod- - tho stand of the citizens in support of ed 1,901 bushels of wheat ou 50 acres the next General Assembly of Keiitucky. O. M. Thompson, M. D , O. M. Lee, iy. of land. Mc. English threshed thecron riotous slrikerH. A machine in tho in leos than ouo day, using his Gaar Scott Jas. Hoy, D. B. Flint, E. W. urtightou In an interview cabled to tho LonBank of Kngland is so sensitive that a don papers, Chauncey Depew E. Murphy, W. E. Welch, C. S. Ilaker' diacussia thresher with self feeder, band cutter postage stamp dropped on the scale will tho lalo strike. He and wind stacker. That onlv used om J. W. Gooch, A Gla-G. G. Murphy' A full stock cf Guaranteed Mastic Mixed Paints, "Hm Alabastine, Varturn the index on the dial a distance if occasioned by it nre enormous, man to handle the wheat after leavinc Hud Gooch, Thomas Lee, C. Bron-u- , Jr, nishes, &c. but it alx inches. is destined to prove of incalculable ben-t'- the wagon and ttack the straw. Eliza F. M. Sims, Wiu, Hart, O. L. Hensley, Tho capitol at Washington hoa cost Jas. Powers, Ilunloy Gooch, Jas. Sims, to tho country. Tho national idea bethtownNewB. more than 130,000,000. It covers HJ has been strengthened and Kubon Gooch, Sam Flint, Jas. Dunham broadened. A calf was tied to a fence at Hazzard W. T. Murphy, Thomas I3efore Spring Cleaning. acres, the dome is 307 feet high and 1IJ5 One of the hopeful features of Roy, Tom Al' the situa- Ky., tho other day, near where W. T. ford, C. C. Snow, J. A. McKee, Win, in diameter and is exceeded in size only tion baa been tho unmistakable display Drake had hung his B.. coat, and the ani- Hogue, Jack Sims, Geo. Higney, Cicern by St. Peter's in Rome, St. Paul's in of loyalty in the South. The mal managed to chew up 52,110 in notfB, Murphy, K M. Higney, (). IJ. Dailey, London, the Invalides in Paris and St. rebel States unanimously demanded the checks and hill out of one of the pock- D.tll GoOCh. Will. Daltnll. Unaln Hnn.,1, Isaac's in Petersburg. intervention of tho Federal power to ' Jim Uoocli ond Hill Heynolds. Twenty-fou- r carat gold is all gold; order before everything else. 'Wo ets. Debs did not profit by tho exper22 carnt gold hoa 22 parts of gold, of surrendered,' they said 'to a governTho Dutiful lout. ience of Martin Irons, who led the silver and 1 of copper; IS carat gold has ment with ample power to enforce tho Yesterday at 4 p. in., as I turned into of 1877. Speaking of it afterIS parts of pure gold and Ji parts each of law, and wo will live under no other.' strike n cafo rostaurnnt on tho Loulovards, I wards ho said: "There was a time when espied Clinmpoireau fiuishiug his uilver and copper in its composition; 12 Tho The Drug-Storresults of this short Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your I could have got out with money enough carrat gold is half gold, the remainder can bo briefly stated. Inter- to have lived in luxury for the rest of my "What! Still at table at this timo of being made up of !IJ parts of silver and state railroads ore national' highways, life, but I waited too long, and when I day?" which tho government will keep open at Si parta of copper. "Let mo explain. This is my third . any cost, and a method will be provid- was thrown at last the men who had lunch." Age and enthusiasm always travel in ed for the settlement of differences with most admired mo were the tlrst to kick School Books, JGlass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, "Xo!" opposite directions. employes. Every vested interest mo and leave me lying bruised and their "Yes. .Tnst think! My doctor allows Liquors for Medical Purposes. Marriage consists of five minutes at will be made more secure and the rights bleeding in the ditch." mo to sinoko only ono cigar after overy tho head of the procession and a life- of every one nore safe, legitimato meal. Consequently, in order to smoko Ills INo. labor time in the ranks. better protected and more sure of its don't seo what business n kicker to my heart's content, I go in for six "I A man nevor knows how to be a son rights and justice." meals a day!" Journal Amusant. has on earth," said tho irritnblo mnu. Call and see us. has become a father, until ho replied tho nhilosonhor. "hols "Oh." Clmugt'il. Those Who ake Posteii. Will tell Tory useful!" The people pay too much attention to "Marry mo or die!" ho hissed. you that the linest and healthiest "How?" what they hear over tho back fence. "Neether." sho coldlv rejoined. summer resorts in the northwest are "Ho makes you apprecinto tho pooplo Tho people who boast of their ances- located along the Wisconsin They parted. Years passed. They met Central tors aa a rule have nothing in their pres- Lines, among which are Lake Villa, Fox who nro good uatured. " Washington again. Meanwhile sho had graduated. to boast about. Lake, Antioch, Burlington, Mukwonago, Stur. "Hast thou a different answer now?" ent condition ho demanded. Work keeps a man from doing mean Waukesha, Neenah, Waupaca, FiUeid Efttlmnte, nf Cimrie. Ashland and "Yes." things, but there can't be enough of it to pleasure seekers Duluth. Tourists and "Miss Alice?" said one. "Why, sho figuring His heart swelled with hope. keep him from thinking them. Atchi- summer's vacation should ou their next must weigh at loast 130 pounds." bear this in "Speak, I pray thee," ho urged "Noiibeusol Sho doesn't either," hasmind and bufnrn nnIioitii a .... .t son Globe. "Noyther," sho buid. Detroit Trib-nnline to Jas. C. Pond, General Passenger tily spoko up ouo of tho young men presMr. Green I learu that our fortnor Agent of the Wisconsin Central Lines, ent. pastor, the Rev. Mr. Lanka, who re. at i.i wnuun.ee, ti8 anU Oe will nnil And theu everybody nsked him how Tho 3Iorul Tone. moved to TexiiP, was very much disliked youmups, timetables and guide books ho know. Somervillo Journal. Ono lady had just told tho other that contain ng valuable information, which by his new parishioners, so much so, in are hor husband played poker nearly every mailed free upon application. CompnrUon. fact, that they petitioned to the bishop night. - Just look at tho lovely engageElsieFlorida raised over 5,000,000 boxes of of the diocese, and tho latter promptly "Well," was tho oxclnmatiou, "I ment ring Jack gave me, wouldn't let my husband do that." cut oir the reverend gentleman's eacre. oranges this year. Isabel Why, who would have thonght "Neither would I," wna tho quiet reThere have been eieht buIcMph in your finger as largo as initio? Detroit dotal functions. Mrs. Green Uorriblej sponse, "if ho couldn't play nny hotter Mercer in six weeks. Waa it fatal? Truth. Tribnue, thou yours can." Detroit Free Proa Stanford, Ky. Bro. Stanford -- -:- - Fair, m T - - n, J hll0Sln3.V P X 1 - PlllV -- d my iy & 2U. I fi Big FremimnsrRicli Saddle Stakes, n. e, 6 BICYCLE RACES. 6 E. .. J. S. OWSLEY, SR., Pres. 1.5G0,-00- , c WALTON, Secretary. 60,-0- 00 Lowest : Possible : Prices. W. H. WEAKEN & CO. On-woo- in-th- preni-den- DRTTG' STORK, remilarrlr. Van-met- Drugs, Paints and Wall Paper. McROBERTS, Stanford. WALL : PAPER m 1. J A gold-weighi- DESIGN, QUALITY AND PRICE. ,i: in. s, Ht KATTS TTOUR REPAIRING DONE PEUIT?. Druggist. A. te-sto- 1 DR. S. G. HOCKER" DRUGGIST. e rev-oluti- des-tor- t. Drugs, School Supplies, DR. S. C. HOCZEB, T3ae Druggist. The Best Goods for the Least Money, C? 3S"fc o. O'Brien Wagons AITS Canton Chil'd Plows. FARRIS & HARDIN. iKt" ,kH,Aif.mmtg - Ssi V -- fc.'XA'AN! -- i"M - S Y JtA,t . .Ut -r .j. : ; ; Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 4 Stanford, K., - -- July J 7, 1804 W. P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. FOIl CONGRESS JAS. 11. 31'CREARY For County Iudge......jAS, WALKER GIVKNS G. n. COOPER Cleric ' J. B. PAXTON " Attorney- - --.. Shtriff. ..T. D. NEWLAND .... E. D. KENNEDY Aiseltor G. W. DEHORD Jailer I II 4 1 w II ' I K It was a foregone conclusion that such a strike as that Inaugurated by Eugene V. Debs, president of the American Railway Union, was morally certain to Auxlt'ty. end in disastrous and ignominious fail A government otlice has made enoth-e- r ure to the Btrikere. The creat wonder Ever attempted by any house in town. Ladies' vests reduced from , good man go wrong. Thomas H. is that it lapted as long as it did and locto 5c 20c to 10c, 25c to 15c, 35c to 20c. All Dimities reduced that there were as many fools ready to Morris, who has had a position in the Irom 15c to Oc.J I India Linen worth SJj'c reduced to 5c. Dotted lay down their implements of labor at revenue set vice for several months, has Swiss reduced 35c to 20c. the command of an irresp nrible, noto- decided to quit tho newspaper business 'vy-is-. seeking individual as Debs has been and has sold his interest in the Jessariety shown to be. Seeing that his efforts at mine Journal to James 3. Spears, a genpMft li. a complete tie up had signally collapsed, tleman of some experience in newspaH 1 ' 1 Debs got the mayor of Chicago, him pers. After be tires of office, Mr. MorMo. to deliver 9 1 ris will return to his first love, bis many Black Hose reduced from 10c to 5c, Fancy Hose from 20c to 10c, self a miserable A severe electrical and wind storm jri to the railway managers' associa- friends have the consolation of believ swept over Boone county, Ark. Five letter 25c to i5c.JLadics' Handkerchiefs; Swiss Embroidered worth 25c, tion that if they would reinstate the ing. persons are known to have been drownreduced to ioc.fl Men's Handkerchiefs, fancy border, reduced from : of strikers without prejudice, he would de The prompt and decisive action of ed, and the property loss in the way He Robinson is very anxious to mar- 20 to loc.S Silk finished Suspenders worth 25c reduced to 10c, silk strike, was off clare the strike off. The demolished buildings and ruined crops is President Cleveland in sending troops to ry again. and the manafinished with wire buckle, worth 35c, reduced to 15c. without his declaration restore order and open commerce at Chi very heavy. She Why, I didn't know his wlfo gers contemptuously returned his letter cago and other places, is being praised The president announced that he was dead unopened. The railroads had already and endorsed all over the countrv. It will appoint a commission, under tho He vm isn't. That's tho reason ho gotten in good shape and didn't propose brought order out of cbaos and peace O'Neill act of 1SS0. to investigate the is so aiuiou.H about it she's with him either to take back into their employ out of anarchy. Our Grover can always strike. He reached this determination now. Jfc. those who attempted to carry their point be depended upon to do the right thing after a conference with Secretary Hayes, Men's fine Percale, withLaundered Collars and Cuffs attached, worth Srlllni; tlir SiilrllunlUt. with the torch applied to their proper- at the right time. Wo have never bad of the K. of L. An old gentleman, apparently from $1, atjd Si. 25, reduced to 75c. ty, or to be dictated to by the fellow Minnesota republican convention ro the slightest causo to lose the faith we tho country, one day entered tho room who had caused all the trouble and de- have alwajs had in him. nominated Governor Nelson. The plat of a medium and expressed desire, FIN EJCLOTH ING forjhot weather, men's summer coats, worth a for struction. The workingmen whom he form favors a protective tariff, declares a "spirit communication." Ho was deluded have in many instances turned With the cut in steerage rates from for bimetallism, advises arbitration to told to take a seat at tho tablo and to Si, reduced to 50c. Men's) $1.50 thin coats and vests go at Si. Czar of a week ago Liverpool to American ports to S9, we settle labor disputes, denounces trusts write tho names of his deceased rela- Men's thin alpaca coatsjand vests, worth f3, reduced to Si. 75. against him and the is now reviled and spit upon by bis may look to see the country fuither and favors liberal pensions. tives. Tho medium, like many others, dupes. flooded by the riff raff of all creation, It is estimated that the strike atOhi-cag- incorrectly pronounced tho term "deceased" tho same as "diseased, " soundIt is almost impossible to estimate the men who have left their countries for has cost $12,000,000, of which ing tho s like z. Tho old gentleman loss to the country which the Btrike has their countries' good, to come and make is lost by the railroads. The reChicago alone it is sta- this a worse one. Congress must do mainder is divided between the city of carefully adjusted his "specs" ami did 500 pairs, all solid leather, fine shoes, nicely finished, 7 to 13, will caused. At ted at $12,000,000, not taking into ac- something to keep this rndesirable pop- Chicago, the State of Illinois, the gov- what was required of him. A name and go at Si, worth double the money. Ladies' Oxfords reduced from relationship having been selected from count what the strikers have lost in wa- ulation from desecrating our land with ernment and Chicago merchants. Si to'65c, S1.25 to 75c. Men's Pants worth S2 and S2.25, reduced those, written, tho investigator was ges. Railroads and other property was its presence. to examine nnd stato if they re- to Si and son of Augustna The Men's Suits $y and $7, reduced to S5 and S5.50, ruthlessly destroyed and the roads put Blanks, of Peru, Ind , surprised his ferred to one party. The voters of the 7th certainly have mother by bringing in the house in his in such a condition that they can not re"I declare they do," snid he. "But S14 and 15.00 reduced to Sio. 3oopairs Ladies' Dongola Patent cover for years, making a resumption of a tough crowd to chooso a candidate hands a large black snake. Tho little I Fay, mister, what lias them papers to Leather Tip Shoes, Heels and Spring Heels, from 2lj to 7, just reformer wages impossible, and an addi- for Congress from. One is a confessed fellow laid it on the floor and was play do with a spent communication?" will go this week at 90; worth Si. 50. "You will ko directly," ruplied tho ceived, brand new stock, tional cut in them and a reduction of libertine and adulterer, another is said ing with it when his mother saw him. medium. force necessary. The strikers have lost to live by gambling while the third is a Harry Knox, the leader of tho strike Whorennon tho lntter spasmodically gone and reformed gambler and drunkard, if refor- in California, has Veen arrested, charged wroto everything. Their places are a "communication, " which read organized labor has received a black eye, mation can ever follow such a combina- with conspiracy in connection with the somewhat as follows: tion. There is indeed, under this state from which it will take it long to recov"My dear husband, I nm very glad to wreck near Sacramento. The man War er; all because autocrat Debs decreed of case, but little choice in such a crowd. den, already jailed, is paid to hove con- bo ablo to address you through this ZTZchannel. Keep on investigating, and that the whole country should suffer on Tub name of Rauistidgy Damstidgy fessed, implicating Knox and several you will soon bo convinced of tho fact Co. account of the Pullman Palace Car others. of spirit intercourse. I am happy in my closing down its works, which it was Ghighibhoy, of Brahma, adorns the perWestern B. Thoma?. formerly of spirit home, patiently awaiting tho sonal columns of the Philadelphia paA. URUANSKY&iCO., Proprietor running at a loss, when its employes Frankfort, but later engaged in the man- timo when you will join mo here, etc struck for a restoration of wages, and re pers. He is on a visit there, but the ufacture of wire nails at Anderson, Ind , Your loving wife, Betsy." T. D. RANEY.Manager. fusing to arbitratrate with them or Debs, printers have determined to go on a was murdered near Indianapolis by Win"Good gracious, but my old woman anywhen there was nothing and nobody to strike if they have to set it up ifred K. Smith. Both were drinking.and can't Iki dead," said tho investigator, arbitrate with, the men having left the more. in a quarrel resulting Smith cut Thomas' "for I left her at homo I" "Not dead!" exclaimed tho medium. employ of the com puny and been paid Friday's Louisville Commercial had throat. "Did I not tell you to writo tho name of off. Tho bondsmen of Jan. W. Tate paid 'deceased' relatives?" : The strike has Bettled several things, an amusing cartoon which told tho tale of the strike almost without words. into the State treasury $14,020, balance "Diseased 1" returned tho old man. howover: one that the law is supreme in this country and that anarchy has no Debs was in the box and Mr. Cleveland due on the judgment of the court in the "Shu ain't anything olso, for she's had place in it; that men may quit the work was umpire, and hod called "one strike, settlement of the Tate defalcation, with the rumatiz orfully for wis months!"-Tit-BitIf prices are any inducement you will ccitainly take advantage of they think they .are not paid well enough two strikes, strikers out." As an umpire tho exception of the suit of $60,000, this opportunity to buy Furniture that is unrivalled in quality and defor doing, but may not prevent others Grover Cleveland is a monumental suc- which is still pending in the court of IIT !tl'tl'll; sign. Antique Oak Dresser Suites go at Si 5; Antique Oak Cheval appeals. "Got a boatf'sho LniMiiiolylii-inanwho want to work in their places from cess. Woven Wire Suites at S20; good Cotton Mattresses at S- -. 50; No. A statement issued by tho pension cd of a Detroit as tJio doing eo, und that sympathetic strikes NEWSY NOTES. Cane Seat Chairs per set S3. 50; Cutting Tables 75c Bed Springs bureau shows-ththere were 514,111 walked in tho other dav. and no other strike without a real grievand Si; Bed Lounges and Couches SS to S20; Chatauqua Writing "Yus'm." A Lexington woman has ordered a clrtiniH for pensions pending nt the close ance can ever succeed. It will take "And a fiabpolo?" Desks $0; Haby Carriages S5 to S 10. Parlor Suits and Plush Chairs year. Of these, howevof the last years to repair the injury done by the $500 monument for a deceased poodle. "Yes'm." kept in stock and made to order Special attention paid to odd sizes er, 227,205 are already on tho rolls, and of the working expellself seeking Debs, but it land him in tl 0 "And a painted ocean for n back- in Window Shades. Mattresses of any kind made to order. The penitentiary and all others of his ilK ees of an electric light plant are for coal. are seeking an increase, leaving the ground?" largest variety of Picture Easles Moulding ever handled in Stanford. A Northern Pacific exprees train was number of original claimants 287,20'J. profit by his failure and disgrace, shall "Yes'm." Friday was a pretty busy day with Picture Frames made in the latest styles of moulding. The coMStant "Look liko Capo May?" the lesson of the strike, though dearly robbed of nearly 212,000, near Helensi the hangmen. In addition to Preuder"It does." inflow and outflow of goods manifests my success as alow priced cash bought, will not have been given in Mont. "Can you get n good looking young dealer. When you look through my stock and get my prices you can vain. Hon. John D. White has announced gast, two men were hung in Montgomery, Ala ; two brothers had their necks man to sit on tho loat with mo?" but say that my goods arc handsome and prices reasonable. Give We are glad to announce that the pro- his candidacy for Congress in the 11th "I can." broken at Louishurg, N. C; while Cape mc a call. phecies that Preudergast would die of district. 1 want six photos." "Then Win. Bell, a negro suspected of barn May, N. J., and Livingston, Mont., each old age instead of by the baiter, failed of "Yes'm. Do you go to tho nishoro of the this summer?" fulfillment. He was hung in the jail burning, was mobbed in DickBon coun- contrihute'd one to the atonement outraged law. "Nawl Dad's busted in business, and yard at Chicago Saturday and as be ty, Tenn. A woman and her four children It is said that the 'tariff conference wo'vo got to take cheap board on a a great said he would, "died game and set farm. I want tho photos just tho same, an shining example to his country." Jus were drowned by a cloud burst at Lead committee will fix the whisky schedule you know. AI.l MY- Want 'em to send to a girl Hill, Ark. is to he $1 on the sliding scale. The tax tice has been slower than it should have Speaker Crisp was renominated for a gallon and the bouded period five years, friend who is sick and can't get been in this case, but considering the this summer. She'll think I'm fact that the assassination was on the Congress by the democrats of the Third with an increased tax of five cents on down thero all right" each year up to tho eight year period 28th of last October, the record is not so Georgia district. "Sort of an illusion, eh?" Ambassador Bayard Bays the rumor fixed by the Senate. This would moke "Sort o' rovengo rather. Wo wero bad. Mayor Harrison's assassin has bad bis neck broken and notoriety seeking of bis desire to return to the Senate is the tax $1.15 on whisky remaining in down thero last season, and she stole July and JanuaryJandwithout any exception those whose accounts my summer 3oung man awny. I want bond for the full period. cranks will observe the awful warning. without foundation. are six monthspast due Twenty-fivThe Columbus penitentiary Saturday years ago Mr. J. II. to mako her beliovo I'vo got him back. Hurry up witli tho feller and toll him Henry George, the single tax theorist, had 2,1 07 inmates, the largest number Reynolds, who lives a few miles east of ho can sit witli one arm around mo and has been abusing the right of free within its history. Columbia, caught a terrapin, cut his inis mustache, touching my eur. " Do- speech. He presided at u labor meeting In her trial, off Boston Harbor, the itials and the year (1872) upon his hack, troit Freo Press. in New York held to express sympathy Minneapolis demonstrated that sho was and turned it loose in a field near the An Awful Sjiiiptom. with the. Western strikers. Working the fastest warship afloat. house. One day last week Mr. Reynolds' Mrs. Now "Wed (in tears) Oh, George, Do not be surprised.at seeing it on your account and do not ask mc himself into a fine frenzy, he denounced Michael Fleich and wife, of Brook- brother caught the same terrapin in the the use of Federal troops and declared lyn, are said to make from $75,000 to same field, and the letters were as plain I'm so glad you'vo come! You must go to deduct it. for tho doctor at once. I'm suro somethat he would rather see all the railway $100,000 a year selling herbs. as they were the day they were put thing sorions is tho matter with baby. property in the country burned than to Striking dockmen at Ashtabula Har- there. Columbia Spectator. Mr. Now Wed Why, what makes have it preserved by force of arms. Of bor, 0.. got riotous and Gov. McKinley At Covington in a clash of words yon think so? Has ho symptoms of course he had, the red mouthed anar- ordered out a detachment of militia. over the race for the court of appeals croup, whooping cough, meas Mrs- - Now Wed chist. Like many others, he does not Oh, no, no; some A company with a capital of judgship, in which Senator Goebel and care what happens so it does not happen is preparing to connect New Mr. Myers are contestants, J. H. Baker thing moro serious, I'm sum. Ho hasn't to him. oucn men deserve to be muz York and Philadelphia by electric rail and Hon. Harvey Myers started to do cried today. Brooklyn Life, zled. way. each other up. Mr. Baker drew a knife I'imt Mortem. There are 31 democratic candidates and Mr. Myers quickly made a pass for Mortnary jests ut tho expense of docWJbLTT? Piiklan, Debs' lieutenant at Cincinnati, was sentenced by the U. S. court to for local offices in Clark county. The his pistol. Just then mutual friends and tors will havo no end. It is recorded Because my friends trade with me, for which I appreciate and thank serve a term of six months in jail for primary has been set for the first Monday other by standers rushed in and the thut 0110 doctor lately asked another"How do you manago to gut your them vciy much. I don't know a better way to get your trade than threatened blood spilling was postponed of court in interfering with in August. contempt bills paid?" Congressman Conn, of Indiana, de- at least. the running of trains on the Cincinnati "Oh, I generally havo to suo tho to get clines renomination because President Tho Blue Grass Blade made Mr. Set heirs, " nnswered tho Southern, by threats and otherwise second doctor. against its employes. The order of the Cleveland sent troops to Chicago. All tie tell in his Lexington speech that 12 Youth's Companion. or 13 years ago ho lost everything he had court was at once executed and Strike the fools aro not dead yet. A in Manners. For you to select from. Three train robbers, believed to be at cards and mortgaged his home, and will have plenty of time to Boss Phelan Littlo Boy How long havo you had last of the Dalton gang, were killed that his wife sued for tho recovery of the cogitate on the fact that "Me and Debs" the that doll? are not aa big as they imagined they and another captured by deputy mar- money. He told how she got judgment Littlo Miss This ia a girl doll, and shals at Clarksville, Texas. in the lower court; how the case was ap- you oughtn't to ask her age, Good wire. Debs has not only gone but it seems pealed and tho decision of the lower News. A nice line of Dry Goods, Notions, Straw Hats, Caps, Fans, NeckGrand Mabteu Sovereign of the that his American Railway Union is to court reversed, and that she never got a wear, Suspenders, Ladies' Vests, Corsets, Hose and Shoes, French Very Fervent Knights of Labor, is a tombstone cutter go too. Tiie railroads aro refusing to cent. He said his wife brought the suit Littlo Dot Why do you pray bo lond Cadies, Cakes, Bananas, Nice Fresh Butter on Ice and Groceries at by trade. He ought to be put to work take into their employ any member of to save him and their little' ones; to save Low figures for Cash. on his own and Debs', cow that their the striking order and are forcing their him from a drunkard's grave and the for things yon want? .God isn't doaf. Littlo Dick No, Lut grandpa is. occupation of ordering strikes has gone. other employes to retire from it. children from starvation. Life, proportions nor last as long as the orable srike of 1877, neither were as many men killed nor was the destruction of property as great. Then the riotous fury O the mobs was conuneu principally 10 Baltimore, St. Louis and Pittsburg. In the latter place anarchy reigned supreme and such scenes of robbery and arson have npver been witnessed in America. The whole State militia was ordered nut, and it being augmented by volunteer companies, the rebellion was soon put down, not however until millions of dollars of property had been destroyed and more than 50 men killed. Pittsburg had to pay for most of the losses, just as Chicago will have to stand tho brunt of destruction there. It may be well to remember that although 100,000 men were involved, that strike was also a failure. mem- There are more suicides at Monte While it was bad enough, the lite sympathetic strike did not reach the Carlo than my place on earth. The Louisville and Nashville dine tors have decided not to declare the semiannual dividend due July 1. Ttie dividend due January 1 was also passed. Robert Logan shot and killed the two men he found with his wife, from whom he was seeking divorce and wrb himself killed by the woman. All lived at Lovelock, Neb. Henry Jones, a laborer at Cumberland Gap tunnel, fell from a construction train and was killed. Tho cave in has given a great deal of trouble and thero seems to be no end to it. Charles Parrish shot and killed "Jinks" Puraley at a distillery two miles from Glasgow. Tho top of the murdered man's head was blown off. Parrish to the authorities. The earnings of the Louisville & Nashville decreased in tho first week in July, 1S94, compared with July, 1S9?, $123,230, being this year $20(5,105, against $3S0,G35 lastvear and $422,3S0 in 1892 Charles B. Clark, a railroad brake-ma- n who has been working throughout the strike, shot and killed Alex. another railroad man, who had assaulted and abused him, at Mob-erly, A Mutual Surprl. -THE GREAT SUMMER- They wero sitting on tho sofa In tho first Bweet rnptoro that follows tho confession of a mutual and undying regard. Her hoad was on his shoulder. Her right hand lay tenderly clasped in his. His loft arm encircled her waist, and their lips met at frequent intorvals. The breast of tho maiden was filled with fluttorings of intense happiness, with tho joy of an ambition gratified, of a goal attained. For had sho not brought him to tho point nt lost? Of the past weekjhas bacn a wonderful success. If prices are Nevertheless sho said shyly, whilo an object yourjwishes can be gratified.! ( As sweeping reductions have intermittent little blushes chased themselves swiftly over her fair young face: been madefon all summeaEgoods to close them out a grand triumph "Oh, Charlie, tliLs is such n surprisel When you Ix'gnn to speak, I hadn't the over all will be our efforts this wcck.i Now is the time to buy when (lightest idea that you wero going to you can save big money, and we invite thc general public to the lay to say that you know." "No," replied Charlie, with direct greatest mrt unneeosNiry frankness. "By Jovol Neither had II" Life Clearance : Sale. FEAST OF BARGAINS 1 . MW vw 'i-- " time-serve- r, li If liADIB B9 HOSE. i I ' o 00 MEN'S SHOES Si-2- I do-sire- d four-year-ol- d LOUISVILLE : STORE, STANFORD, -- Furniture, Furniture ! 1 s. photo-.jrai.hc- x at y Four-tenth- s W. W. WITHERS. N any-wher- o Accounts : Are : Due ! e Will beJCharged Interes H. J. McROBERTS. $10,-000,0- I MEET WITH SUCCESS. THE BEST QOODS I I HAVE JUST RECEIVED J. C. FLORENCE. T. , i V M I. i f '! L. iiiijBftt'ltei ti 't$-i$imP'r- v ffiurW'r?' WWiimWrwJti giffi'fr wr4 vs fHr5Sf' S5!95?5f5Jr-4SRvuj;i- 5 I Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Btahford Kt., E. C. Walton, MEANS IU81ME88. Iter. John Bell Gibson asks us to only. per water bucket. They were plentiful say that Mr. W. II. Shanks will preach last year at 25 cents. at Rush Branch next Sunday in his Coxitotho fair next week and tell - July 17, 1894 your friends to do likewise. Otm stock was never more complete stead. He will be holding a meeting at Middlesboro. Youn account is made out. Please nor prices lower. Come in and let us Will Hunt and Johnnie Reynolds supply you. Ferris .& Hardin. Business Manager call and settle. A. It. Pennv. were bathing in a pond in Mercer, when W. II. Mersiio.v has tho baggage And the former caught a snake and tried to Whkk you come m None my reduction for fair Danks, the Jeweler. week Blackiiirribs are scarce at 40 cents GliOSE : 2. CMSE I Q . Boy your school books nnd school supplied ol all kindB nt A. II. Penny's. Watciieb, clocltH nntl Jewelry repaired ml wnrrnnted. HtiKrnvinu n specialty, nt A. It. Penny's. Tub largest stock of Omit, Medicines, rerliimery, l'aluts and Wn Panor at A. It. Penny's. Peacriptiona a specinl- 7' 11 see Danks, tho jeweler. PERSONAL POINTST i AssionekJ. B. Paxton tells us that Plkabk como and pay your account. Tho money is due and I need it. Don't the stock of goods belonging to A. A. Z?Z? VSGO postpone, but como at once. H. C. Itu- - Warren brought better prices than he expected, nnd that the proceeds will pley, tho Tailor. about my his indebtedness. When you come to the Fair, remom 5bW ber yon can get a clean, nico Bhnvo nt Wk nre now doinit a strictly K. Wilkinson's shop in the St. Asaph busiin si and those who can not comply Hotel. Give him n call. with our teims will either have to nav cash or be refused. Wo mean what we The Fair Co., will hnvo n couple of FOR CLOTHES. say. YeagerA-Yeager- , Liverymen. Pull Yourself Together, Unloose Your Purse String and sprinklers to keep the dust down and m take adTHE PROCTER k QAMOLE - C1NTL the ladies need not be afraid that their vantage of the Most The majority of those who strenuousnew dresses will be spoiled. ly opposed the fair on the Btart have come over nnd will not only honor the Yot' would not think times are very fair with their presence but will try in hard if you could seo tho number of peotake in some of tho liberal premiums It Well. ple who are carrying goods away from w. it. miller. h. helm. Mh. It. M Jackso.v, honorary oilers. Severanco A Sou's cash store. of the Stanford fair, was down 8c The striko and its consequent tie up t f Sunday to see how things were Betting Notice to Carpenters and Painters. Goods in every department have been greatly reduced in perishable freight is causing an endless along. Real Estate Agents, order to Bids will bo received on work to be number of law suits against the railroads. Mk. Johiiua to.nv, formerly of Liber- done on Mt. Zenia e until One firm hero has already a half dozen Stanford, Lincoln County, Ky. ty, has been promoted from a f 1,200 to a the'JIstof July. Apply to I). B. Stngg, with damages running away up in to Office over Fint National Bank. f 1,100 position in the auditor's ollico at chairman, for specifications. many thousands. Washington. 9 Our Stock of Summer Goods, You can't afford to miss it Our plan W e off.r to the public our Rbal Estati:. Messrs. W. II. Mllhr service! In it IIidc. Miis. Stkblk ISailky took Micsrs Itt-- 8 and tentinp r.al estate in Lincoln and Tickets to tho fair can bo hndnt either is 1st, 0 and Klla Wiugate, Isabella Bailey nnd Harvey Helm have formed a partof the three drug stores. This is done adjoining counties We have madeallarrangement lor emnnve advertisement ol propemea and Master Steele Uailey to Linniettn nership in the real estate business and merely for convenience in our hands, and possess s the prices be- placedwhich can not be poueased facilities for elsewhere in this issuo oiler a number of by individuals Friday and spent a day or two. ing the same as those sold at the urounds. without expense. All placed in our hands will Miis. Mahtiia McAmstkk and Mrs. desirable tracts of land and other prop i e 50 cents for adults and diligent nnd 25 cents for tion and every rrceive promptmade to disposeatten-it effort ill be erty for Bale. of Lizzie McAlister, of Danville, and speedily and no charge will be made unless we children under 12 years. are lucceasful in doing so. 2nd, One price to all. 3rd, When we advertise goods we have McAlister, of Jessamine, are them. Tiik grand jury of Bell county indictPROPERTIES FOR SALE. The L. A N. refuses to reinstate th guests at Crab Orchard Spring. Illue Grass Farm of 100 Acres at Rowland. 4th. Best goods for the least money. ed Howard Tate for the murder of Andy 3 5th, several hundred men who went out on Lincoln couuty. Messhs. J. F. Flkkck Itoiii.sso.v, Tine Johnson and Sherih John 0. Colson and 6. Farm ol orders from Debs, and will not in tho fu- from Stanford; 410 Acres oa Dix River, four miles Cook and Cpt. GalUgher, of Garrard, guard J6,ooo. took him from jail here to Pine-vill- o 7. farm on pile, ture permit men who belong to the Stanford; miles from took the train here yesterday with hooks luperncre; 135 acres. M Sunday, where his trial was to American Itailwny Union to remain in 17. Farm and Mill property, 93 acres, on Dix and bait for Cumberland Klver tlili. have been called yesterday. Kher, 4 miles from Stanford: very desirable 6th, We buy from responsible firms for cash and sell at rock bottom tho employ of the company. Mk. J. P. Pitman, latu of the Carpel ofTired lftw n.l f..n l.ie application. When preachers begin to advertise ter ilotiHit force, writes us to change his pricea. Give us a trial and you will be our customer in the future. '?; J ,ricrabie and well improved propertt Ik those of our correspondents, who at Highland; 30 acres; Sa.ooo paper to Fort Worth, Texas, where he the fair by telling their Hock to keep seem to have gone out on tho order of ,,"L, ol'fo Acres well improved land at linn tot'Hled and is much plensed with his from it because it is n gambling concern, Hitiblaml' '1,300. Dobs or somo other will ;S. Farm of 156 acres. 3 miles Irom surroundings. stockholders may expect to realize on 8 8 send us letters for our Thursday's Issue, Lancaster; Jjo ier acre. .. .... 11. P.im nl ...1 Tiik following couples, chaperoned by their money. The crowd will bo there. wo will tnko them back whether they from Stanford ; fM peracre, Mrs. Will Hays went to Green Hrinr Fri- We do not care to change the imprest-io- n 3'. Farm k acres finely Improved. belong to the A. It lT. or not. 3 ir.Ues from Stanford; $45 per acre. day and enjoyed it basket dinner and made, but wu can truthfully say that 37. Miburban prope.ly.t Rowland, 3 acres, other tliingo: John Hale and Mist Hen- the. Stanford Fair will be freer form Locai option was carried in the Bur- - well improed; Si.ooo. A number 01 cheap mountain ry Fish; A. A. McKinney, Jr., and Mim gambling nnd gambling devices than any gin precinct by 31, but the town people count . ? umber of lots in Stanford in Lincoln some with A number of Improved lots bouMs Lueilu Menefee; J. M. Alverson and Mit-fair in Kent tick v. in Liberty. or nt least those who favor saloons will Case county. Hull description of these properties will be civ Ivlnn Court; Manley Tyree and Miss attempt to get Judge Saufley to order eu upon application As our business miuimicr is secretary Suu Willie. Unit?;. Ham lvnury and Mini thnt they be allowed to vote separately Otltlm Fish; Arthur Hubbard and Miss of tiio Fair, which begins Thursday, the from the country people on tho question. W. DAWSON foreman nnd n compoeitr r members of K hyl Hesxley. Anything and everything in the Jewelry line, for 1 he hop has been declared off. but Is a Candidate for Magistrate in the Stanfoid preMich M.MuiL'KiiiTi: I.noki.h has accepted tho band that will play for it and as tho cinct the invitation of Madame Marie Decca, other compositors and tho boss want to will bo given ut n later date. Tho boys attend it, this paper will lie issued u day decided that everybody would bo too the famous eoprnno, to become her protege, and Iirh gone with that eirlierthan usual. It will bo printed tired to dance Friday night and thnt it was useless to get all their fun into one lady to stay indeflnltely at her home, Wednesday night and our correspondONLY.ents will confer a favor by letting us hear week, and then suffer ennui for a dozen. "Villa Decca," at Harrishurg, PennsylThere will be a meeting of the Stockholders of from them be fore that time. the vania. She met Miss Ingels nt tho LexIn u head-en- d collision between a ington Chautauqua, and was so struck Juixie Takt, of the l S. court at Cin- - passenger and a freight on tho L. it N , Cumberland : Valley : Land : Co. with her remarkable talent, that she con- cinnati, very promptly and properly, if near Colesburg, Engineer Frank Dudley At heir office in Stanford, Ky.,on ceived the idea of taking the fair young tho charges aie true, removed K. M. was killed not! Fireman Fnv Pariaieune home and lend all possible Porch, of Somerset, from Wednesday, July 18, 1894, the ollico of mack severely injured. Tho accident For the aid to develop her talent. Kentucklan. commissioner. electing Nine Direclois. At It is alleged that he ad- was the result of a misunderstanding on P. M. of purpoie ofday the new board will meet3 W. H. Higgins. the same Satuhoay'b Louisville Post contained vised striking railroad men to disregard the part of W. B. McKinney. and organue. J. S. 1IOCKER, Sec'y. tho dead engineer. Both a picture of the beautiful Miss the judge's injunction and told them if men formerly ran on this division, where Marie Warren, of Danville, with this no- they were arrested nnd tried beforo him Besides our Regular Line of-t iey oro tice of her: She is the daughter of Mr. it would bo all right. Porch is under William Warren, one of Danville's sub- arrest nnd W. C. Curd has been appoint Parciikd vegetation hereabouts got stantial citizens. Her mother is n daugh ed in his stead. nice showera Saturday and Sunday ter of the gifted Mrs. Mario T. D.ivies, of but tho rainfall wns quite local The office of tho Fair nro leaving and not near of sufficient ouantitv. Harrodsburg, for whom Miss Warren is named. Miss Warren is n beautiful bru- nothing undone to make it n Biiccess nnd though we aro in condition to bo thank &c, we will keep a fine assortment of Staple and Fancy nette, with a charm of manner that tho prediction is freely made that it will ful oven for email favors. The Bignal ! far exceed in point of buow of stock and service said that thunder storms makes her exceedingly popular with all were who know her. The same paper nleo other attractions any ever held here. probablo last night and stationary temcontained a cut of Miss Martha Batter-ton- , Lincoln county people owe it to them- perature would prevail selves to give it their nid and comfort another Danville beauty. Mammoth Cavk. Mrs. Alice Cloyd nnd that they will do so, wo haven't n doubt. Other counties will bo largely and Miss Belle Cash were in to seo us I will nflVr nrivnlrtv Inr ffirt nnvt .n .lav fin.t such as bugars, Coffees, Molasses, Flour, Meal, Lard, Bacon, Beef, CITY AND VICINITY. Lan Goods, Pickles, Spices, Candies, Cakes, Oranges, Lemons, represented and wo are sure that when yesterday to say thnt the 0. W. B. 31. If not sol J then, will offer at public uuct on, on Stankord Fair, July 10 and 20. tho final bell taps next' Friday afternoon, Society, of Turneraville, hns arranged for Bananas in fact, 28, 1894, Si'iciAL prices on cutlery for one week. it will close an exhibition nnd an enter- nn excursion to Mammoth Cave, which On the premiss at Harrodsburg, Ky., at to A. M., tainment equal to any of the kind ever will leave Junction City at 1:20 i. m. on W. II. Wearen k Co. the 24th and return on the 20th; fnre for My Complete Livery Stable Es in this section. Let us all take a day or i For fruitB to supply your tnblo with two oil' and go. the round trip, including board at the tablishment, " during tho fair go to Zimmer. hotol and admission and guides to the The declamatory contest, at Walton's cave, only $12.75. There aro already 15 Which comprises a full line of Carriages, Bugcies,Phaetons Wagons, Omnibus and Ttnnifer Wag- To make your table full Lkxi.noton Cream and Stanford pat- Opera House, on the 10th, promises to bo of eatables. Butter, Eggs, &c, booked and an invitation is extend- ons. Horses and Mules, toi'tthcr with Harness and A McKinney'a. ent Hour nt Higgins n vory pleasing entertainment as tho pro- ed to all who may wish to take advan-tag- o all accoutrements and equipments for a taken in exchange for goods. To reduce our stock, special prices livery stable. For many stable the will be offered for the next 30 days. Come and see us. of these unusually low figures, to go leadlngone years my livery and has has beenlargo Don't forget tho musical entertain- gram will be varied by vocal solos arid n Harrodsburg, done a a d nourishing business. Owing to my ill health, - other good music. Mies Anne Shanks iB with tho party. It is goMisa Lydia Lewis is I ment at Hustonville have decided to sell out and tiuit the devoting her enrnest eilbrta to make tho president of the eociety, for whose bene- and wind up my afl airs. At the same business iug to bo a delightful one. time the occasion an enjoyable one and she has fit tho excursion is . MAGNIFICENT STABLE UUILOING will be o made, and will lea led Or rented. Ritll mrnrmatinn rtn nnltra. Now iB your chance to buy a white el- long since expunged the word "fail" tlon. K. E. COLBMAN. the party, besidea giving in 3S Harrodsburg, Ky. ephant cheap. The Four Seasons Hotel from her vocabulary. Tho $20 medal to any information necessary n the be given to the best deciaimer ia on exhi- subject. will bo sold at auction, Sep. 12. : bition at Severance k Son's Btore and iB a The statement that John Will, Poore, beauty. The proceeds of the Richmond, with ninosAloona to pay entertain- AT OTTENHEIM. the Garrard county distiller, had attempt- ment are for tho benefit of a good church a $1,000 each into her citv treasury. Iioh ed suicide is denied by his friends. cause, so help It and at the same time, a tax rato of 90 cents, while Danville, Beginning on the let Monday In March, . J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. 1894, and on each first .Monday thereafter, a t goods reduced for fair week. Now enjoy yourself. Tho performance will with no whisky revenue, is building a Market will be held at Ottenhtim for theStock All sale AilmtoatAn 37H OOO wntAr RVRtnm And nnvtnc nanaral of Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs. Peisons havto buy anything and every- hpuin nromntlv nt ft nVlnnlr 4, 1894. is the time ing stock to sell or those wishing to buy are invitthing in the jewelry lino. Danke, tho 23 cents for children. 35 for crown nonnln municipal expenses of (50 cents. Advn- - ed to attend. There will be no charge to any Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses body. WM. LAXDCRAFF, in Literature, Music aad nd 50 cents for reserved seats. , cate. jeweler. Uttenheim, Ky An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on W. II. Uhady lias been quite sick with flux. MtssOviK Moore, of Casoy, is visit intr Mrs. K.I. Wilkinson. Prior. M. I). Huongs Imfl been tendered the public school at Rowland. Miw. A. 0. ItouiNsoN has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. II. Paxton. Miis. Uoiikkt Chowui's, of Fort Worth, Texas, is visiting Mrs. II. 0. ltuploy. Miis. L. II. Hu8iN(), of Somerset, is visiting her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe- II. Rout. Mn. It. G. Hail, wifo and son, of Somerset, are hero and will remain till after the fair. Kissicistlienameof tho latest addition to the household of Mr,, and Mrs. B. W. Givens. Mkmiis. K. 0. Hoim'kb, of Latonia, and J. 0. Held, of Hustonville, visited relatives here Sunday. Ciiahlrv Haydkm wont to I)nisville yesturday to be further examined for the position of postal clerk. Co.NOitif.HMAN Adams was called to L berty by the serious Illness of bis brother-llaw, W. T. Humphrey. Miis. J. II. ltousox, of Louinville, was hare several daya the Kiiest of Mrs. M; F. Klkln, on her way to Lancaster. Misses Mamy McKinnky and Florenco Myers, and Mr. Nathnn MKinney arn with Mrs. liettlo McKinnuv Ht Hale's n vice-president to the fair call nnd It will pay feeding privileges of tho fair and has secured tho grovo at Farrls' to keep the yon. horses in. Ik you are a bicycle crank you should Wk stated in lant. irsue that tho liquor auenti mo lair next week. Three races license is $150 in Rowland. We did not each day. know at tho time that it had been inFoil Salk. Lot on Lower Main St. creased to $.'500. adjoining tho Helm property. Sino A The Stanford Uniformed Band has Menefee. been practicing for n month- with Prof Penny has tho best stock ami will sell Sedam as instructor ami it is going to watches and jewelry lower than you can make music a big feature of the air. buy elsewhere. - put it nround the latter'B neck.' It frightened him into a spasm, and when Jim Reynolds, an older brother, saw what had been done, he attacked tho Hunt boy and crushed bis skull with a rock. Kentucky has suspended payment all the money in her treasury having been drawn out. NEW AI)VEBTI9EXK.Vra. IJMMBE MUST ." Shall be the cry from now on until every piece of 9 m Tiik latest novelty in photographs Is Tiik mill is ndw running day nnd the mantella. You can get six of them night nnd still they nro several daya beartistically finished this week, at Earp's hind in filling onleis gallery for $1. A, J. Karp, photographA mukiibr is a serious thing but the er. way we murder prices in our store is a Ik you want your watch or nny jewel-- . caution. Danks, the jeweler. ry repaired, tnko it to Penny's. Mr Tub other attractions incident to Fair Deckelmnn does the work well nnd times has caused the Caledonian Society promptly; never disappoints a custo recall its date for next Friday eve- tomer. ning. Picnic J. F. Cook and J. T. Slaugh9 m Gaiikaiu), we are told, will send n largo ter will give a picnic nt Green Briar July US. Balloon ascensions, dancing, delegation to tho fair. Let Boyle, Hockcastlo and other counties do bicycle races and a big dinner are on the program. likewise. m Ca-Be- IVORY Is gone from our shelves. It is usejy to give prices, but we will call attention to a lot of 35c French Ginghams at and a lot of Sum15c mer Woolen Dress Goods reduced 33 per cent, and our light weight Summer Clothing fJM y, m m 50AP fj r44 y BE SOLD. You can buy a Summer Shirt almost at your own price. Come and see tnese gooas. Uur bhoe stock must be reduced for Fall Goods and we intend to Until these goods are sold. You will find it greatly to your interest to come at once before all the bargains are gone. Make Things Red Hot HUGHES & TATE. r 30-da- v rfJ ri irr xvni. CO- $H Wake Up, EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS- - " HEAL ESTATE. MILLER HELM, school-hous- CLOSE OUT. m bus-ne- rt Strictly CASH To All. Itlue-Gra- A FULL STOCK ON HAND. &. .1 :. prop-ert1 v. '" n, lllue-Gta- Illtip-(?r- SJEVIISMANCIGJ - M Illue-Gra- m m s jfcCGd'u.d&cl. - I,. Notice to Stockholders. FAIK -- WBBE 9 m DANKS', : The : Jeweler. Mi-Rn- r. well-know- m m A j: nfter-noon- s, BIG LIVERY BUSINESS 1 HARDWARE GBOOBRIB first-class to-da- For Sale! hi Saturday, July EVERTHING HIGGINS & McKINNEY. Next Session Begins Tuesday, Sep. first-cla- n chap-eron- ad-vnn- STOCK MAEKET Stanford Female College. application. vl it 1 :j t r 'i SsBSSSgHaKSHg WiT&iVtZYWi&l jiu i.. 4Jm&Wk v!LW -- -' TJ Semi-Week- ly Interior Journh AT Published Every Tuosday nnd Friday en "Who is Fergerson. A shrivelled up Having bought out 0 A Peyton, t am prepared to lurnish my customers with the Le'tol.MIlk I dare say." fiom the purest brceu of BY 30. T. SMITH. "Oh! no, he's a friend of mine, a bach (WRITTEN FOR THK INTERIOR JOfKK L elor friend of mine, who like myself, has At the I.. It. ADAMS, prices already established. Milk delivered (Continued from'laat Tuesday.) too much regard for tho female sex to in Stantord and Uowlaud twice per day. Is a candidate for Justice of the Pea re in the HusM! in! I believe I dropped o!T to hate them, and too much compassion to I will also stand my thoroughbred Jersey Hull, tonville precinct ; subject to the action of the dem- TheDavis Vertical Feed Sswing Machines ocratic party. sleep," snid Mr. Carter rousir.n up and impose his unworthy person on them, 'When necessary. rubbiiiR his eyes, "I thought Feruerson matnmouially." St. Are th bet because 'hey run llchtcr and can do T. (Subject to Registry) came skipping down the brook, singing a greater sarlety of work than any other rewiDg "Not married! I don't believe it. Let At TWO K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. DOLLARS AND A HALF the season. machine. The The present Constable, is a candidate for the sweetest Bong I ever heard. The idea me see the lop of your head! ell H A. U HUFFMAN. in the Stanford precinct, subject to the action Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning of Feriterson singing! I'll bet he never you are not married let me give you n Train naves ol the democratic party. Election In November. Ladlos Lincoln County at j:o p. m. He asksyour support. struck a note in hie life. The only notes bit of friendly advice. It is time you Are cordially invited to call at the M Asaph L&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Hotel and csamlne the maihlue, as well as sam Fergerson cares for, are the over due were!" pies of its work. MiMUKKAY IIUOS , fclail train going North 1137 pm notes, and the negotiable ones." think so too, but in looking around As administrator of the late A. O Watkins, I "I Stantord, Ky ijli n " South... ..ujpn will sell softly to himself for a partner, shall I disregard Sam two milesto the highest bidder, on the premises, Mr. Carter chuckled .. Express train " South n 51 pin East o. Votemite, Casey county, en -- .. ,.31 am . North at the idea of Fergerson singing. Then Weller's advice to his son?" Cocal freight North........ 9 36 a m DR. W. 13. ,.ao;p m above the babble of tlio brooke, above 1894. .. Souths... "Now you are getting frisk)! Let's FRIDAY, JULY The latter trains alio carry pan engers the songs of the birds there came to him change the conversation. Let me see if The following described personal property, toDcntlHt. wn; Four marts, high bred trotters, one colt, one The above it calculated on standard time. Solar tones this snatch of song: I me is about ao minute fatter. in ilute-Iik- o old mule, one yoke of oen, two cows, 31 you are us frisky in limbs as you are in Office South Mde Main St., in office recently sheep, 17 head of Keys, fa mlng implements, "I am dying for some one to love me, vacated by Dr. Lre F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. tongue. Do you see those snowy, fringe-lik- household goods, &c. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. DKAI.UK IN- For some one to call one his own, Teksis. of $10 All tlowera across the brook, I waut over that All sumscredit ofand under cashNego(lis ducky, his own precious darling an.oanl a three moths. Going North train pus Junction City as fol tiable paper, payable in the National Hank of them." The sweetest that ever he'd known." Vestibule nam 0 a. m. veslows: Hustonville. : "Well you shall have them, you shall tibule Limited 3.3$ p. m Local 1:10 p. m. Florida Parties indebted to the. estate must settle, while "My! my! thotcan'tbe Tan, the voice Limited 3:11. a. m those having claims against it must present them .Dealers n. k fairy have anything you ask for, except the properly proven by day ol sale. South N O. Vestibule is 18 p. m. Florida is toosweet. It must bo a Limited 12:15a m Local 11:55 p. m. Welter EDWARD ALCORN, Admr. or a dryad," said Mr. Carter as he cau- moon! But going back to Sam Vestibule arrives 8:40 p. in. tiously peeped over the rock. Sam had never seen you, had he Been 'My Gracious! It's a girl! What must you, he would never havo given such GENERAL REPAIR SHOP. Kv. do?' and he ducked bis head behind bad advico to his son as to beware of tho I widows." the rock in utter confusion. .. you ark ... I'pholstcring Lounges, Matlmics, Before she could reply Mr. Carter had Chairs and all kinds ol There was nothing that could upset Mr. Carter so easily as a woman. To his lightly hopped across tho brook and was Furniture Repaired, e landlady he had in a confidential mood gathering tho loose panicles of I am lust back from the cllie. with And Varnished. Prices to suit the times. Call Candies, Nuts, Tobacco, Cigars. well selected stock of MILLINERY, a large and which I will blushingly expressed his high regard for llowers. and seemeat II. C. Rupley'sold stand opposite ll cheaper than r Aliu Laura Jarlioe, a superior trimmer trom Cincinnati, has engaged with "Aren't they lovely," she asked as Mr, Straub's Tin Snop. JOHNT. IILANKF.NSHIP, the sex, but he wound up by saying: me and I can 'guarrniec satisfaction in every parMain Street, Stanford, Ky. Headquarters lor almost anything ticular. Call aad see ray iroods. "I've been a busy mau all my life. I Carter tendered them to her. "I never have never had the time to court a wo- saw anything like them before, but I'm MISSLICCIE Iir.AZLEV, Stanford, Kv. k. ark you want When you want'aTirst- A. S. man in a decent manner, and I never a green, city girl. What do you call intend to do such a sacred thing as that them?" SURGKON DKNTIST. Absolutely "They are the tlowersof what is called in a slipshod manner." class meal for 25c, call on him. Office ovtr MeRoberts Drug Store in the n "Botani-callOwsley Buildlnc. The voice came nearer and nearer and the fringe tree," he replleJ. Stanf.rd. Til n thy call the tree Ohionantb.ua Mr. Carter crouched lower iiJr-'- ' ' ' rT A cream of tarter baking pow behind the friendly rock. and lower Virginica, a species of ash and a mem-bfi- r When the der. Highest of all in leavening singing ceased Mr. Carter noiselessly ol the Olive family. Now here are Latest United States poked his head above the rock to inves- two tlowers to put with your collection, strength. Stanford, Ky. &k1 Government Food Report. or puccoon, the this is the blood-rotigate. I am now eajy to dcilvet sanguinia canadensis and this one, the manufactured Ice Just across the brook perched on a ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., from the Stan ford Factory to customers rceularlv large rock was the loveliest vision he liver leaf, hepatica triloba. The botan- eery morning at the rale ef Mr TV CUMh PER 106 Wall Street, New York. POUND LOIS and over, and had ever beheld. The vision held, in ists say the liver leaf is a survival of the at 75c HUNDREDlots. la smaller of them are late 10 K. HHEMKIt, Stanford. one hand, a bunch of wild ihwers, and glacial period. Both All kinds of Carriage and lluggy Tops, Dashes and in the other a jaunty, coquettish blooming this vear." and Fenders you," she said, coldly, as she "Thank sailor hat. F. B. RILiBY.lProprletor, MYERS HOUSE Far a ......, REPAIRED AND RECOVERED "An angel sure," muttered Mr. Carter extended her hand to receive them. - - - Kentucky. London, Has tho Wliv. what's the matter? if the Lord would to himself, "I wonder s style and at Satisfactory Prices. Refreshing Bath In Hot or Cold, I hare moved to my new Hotel and am better again?" asked Mil DeNARDI, JOHN than ever to accommodate the public care if it would be any harm for me to glacial period come A stjll.h Hair Trim or Clean Shave, go to Carriage Paiuter and '! rtmmrr, food Livery attached and every convenience sit hero and watch her until she flies Carter, as he looked up to see what Stafford Ky. p. W. GREEN, Prop. Give me a call. change iu her deCook sfc Fnrmor'B Btvrbor Shop. FRANK RILXV, back to Heaven? Softest, sweetest brown caused this Budden T7 Thiartablc, which Is run n connection with th meanor. eyes I ever saw! Mouth arched liko Myers House, supplied with Ladies, Your Attention, Please. "Please forgive me for running on Cupid's brow! Cheeks where sweetest I A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, Millinery roses blow! Lips pouting with perpetu- such nonsense, as I did awhile ago. My Stock Here Buggies, Wagons, 1VW OREEN. Proprietor. al kiss! Hair where sunbeams linger in didn't know you were so wist! Is being rapidlv opened and it embraces every I have engaged Miss bliea! I wonder what Fergerson would after, I'm going to keep my mouth Bhut, nB- - rummer's Suppttes and is better than ever tnlng pretty and stylish. to trim forme S le a : : : Kentucky. Julia Stitt,of Cincinnati, u tvJTfcr'sssWa'iHBPIJi aud just raugo myself arouud you, as the prepaui (supply the public with lady of much experience and taste and li sure to think of that?" An esaminatlon of roods satisfaction. HIOS OF.ALL KINDS. Blushing at the idea, he ducked his rustics did around the parson, and gHze MRS. POK1K T Ctll Rl-- . ro I am still running this Hole! anJ and wonder too. You remember how Personal and promptattcntion givento Weddings win continue tr gir my gursis the poliliai attenhead behind the ruck as the young lady tion as well as the best the marktt alTurds. arose to her feet. When Mr. Carter they did: P. W. GREEN, pecial Attention to tho TravelALIIURNS, Manager raised his head to peep again, she had "And still they gazed, aud still the wonProprietor der crew. ing Public. stretched forth her hands as if to comBreeder and shlpperof That one omall head could carry an ne Junction City Post-Officmand attention, then in u grandiloquent Wh.nyou want a knew. turnout corae to my Thoroughbred Duroc Red Jersey and declamatory voice she exclaimed: HOYLF. COUNTY, KY. "But seriously, don't think I run on Hogs. "Ye Fairies! Ye Dryads and Nyniphe! nonsense all the time. 1 can be serious 1ST, 1894. Fries to suit th. hard times. Call or leave order My constituents all! I want a man! No and Bolemn sometimes. Now tell me Tigs from roistered stock for sale, from the best at the Myers House Ofacc ., , II.. . . .! !. want you say! So said By- irUlOIUliy, vuai uu juu Il,lnl. nl .., herds in Ohio and Illinois. Call and examine my uncommon iuiu. v. iui, iierd or address K. II. Bronaugh, Crab Orchard. The Linnietta Springs Co. lakes plrasure In anron or Virgil, or some other old codger!" I am serious now!" nouncing to lis patrons and the public generally Co "I repeat I reiterate, I want a man to thai Ihcv have leased this nonular resort and hasc1 , (To be continued.) ..IF yOU ARE GOING.. Thornplaced the management ill charge of Capt. .... flow get me a bunch of those fringe-lik- e .... ii. k..i nmcnc - nu as Iticnsros, wnce provcrui.i OT STANFORD. KY., or insui.s pleasure and comfort tolls guests. ers that hang so invitingly, above yon Ahorsekieked H. S.Shaler, ol the r reenter on the knee, which The culinary department will be under the spe Is now fully orgsaucdand ready for business will House, Mtddlebur, N. Y., THE bank!" clal charge of Mrs Sallie Richards, whose laid him up in bed and caued the knee to become arc 100 well known in thai capacity to him to use Cham, At this juncture Mr. drier raised up stiff. A friend recommended be did and in two Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. need couimeut in this notice. berlain'a Pain Balm, which from bis place of concealment his face days was able to be around. Mr. bhafer has recSurplus, . LOOO. Is excel-leothers and says to MUSIC. crimson with blushes, and said: "I beg ommended itkindmany bruise or sprain. itThe same of a lor any SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL. remedy it also lamous for its cures of rheumatism. A good Hand has been employed tor the season. pardon, Miss, can I be of any service?" For sale by Dr. S. O. Hocker, Druggist. StanThere will be dancing every evening and special Now closingHANK OF STANFORD, up with the same asssts and under hops every Friday evening. The grand opening At the sound of his voice, the young ford ih same management. ball Friday evening, June iJ. I y provisions of lis charter, depositors Louibviiic 4 Nashvuic R. R. lady gave a startled screams sank down are as LINNIETTA SPRINGS CO.,"Props , Last lune Dick Craw lord brought his 11 months fully protected as are depositors in National on the rock, and covered her face with old child, suffering from inlantile dlsrrhoea, to 4Mt Hanks, its shareholders being held Individually Thomas Riciiakds, Manager weaned at lour months old and me. It had been liaole to the eilcntol the amount of their slock Js the line for you, as us her bands to hide her confusion. (.....I. oviTvthlnr ran through it like wa therein at the par value thcrrol, in addition lo the treatment ileve. I gae it the mount invested in such shares. It may act as cried. ter through a but without benefit. usual child kept i "Go away you horrid man!" she I CrVaNtT?' I C sm CRAB ORCHARD The in such cases eaecutor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fullr as Mr. Carter started to obey. until it weighed but little more an individual growing thinner Make close connections at I then 10 pounds. To those who entrusted Ihtir bulsiness to us "Stop! Don't you know when a wo- than wncn born, or n perhaps Clamberlam s Lolic. r .. vfl'SasW. j .,. i.tVior eiiini? while mnaglnit the Lincoln National Hank ol LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI Remedy. llfore Stanford, we we here lenderonr many thanks and man tells you to go away, she means for Cholera and Diarrhoeahad been used, a one For all points. marked ni iKa it nt size trust they ill continue to transact then business GI6" "eVd you to stay? Come here and explain improvement was seen and its c ntinued use THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenand puny constitution BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH the child. Its weakness tion to same, our twenty years' experience is what you mean by spying around in my disappeared and Us father and myclf belles e the banking and as liberal accommodations as are cob. For any information e aquire of J domains and frigiitening poor lone fe- the child's life was saved by this Remedy Dr. 1 JOES, KICK. Agent, .i.iiuii wim sounu Dancing b. sale by Marlow, M. D Taroaroa, ill Stanford, Ky Or male." G. Hocker, DruKKUt, Manlord. DIHICIOKS: W. A. McQUOWN, Trav. Pass. Agent, J. J. Williams, Ml Vernon; -Mr. Carter, nervously Angering bia Junction City, Ky W. H. Nelson, who is in the drug business at S. H. Shanks, Manford; Crob OroV.ird.f Ivj". " l.at, and Btamerinuly explained bis pres- Kmi'sille, Mo , has so much confidence inRemedy A. G. Lanhato John B. Castlemaa. J.S. Owsley, Stanlordj Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea ence in tbe grove. To the Public: 'incc Its discovery by Daniel S J, Kmbry. Stanford; that he warrants every bottle and offers to re und locality loo ne nearly a century or more ago. the any customer wtols "Excuse mo for cross examining you. the money to Mr Nelson takes no not satisfied alJ II, Owsley, Stanford; doing ot Crab Orchard .'prlngs has Uen the Mectaof risk in ter CO health and pleasure nenkera. With Its healing J F. Cash, Stanford, I waut to get tbe whole truth. What'a this using it. the remedy Is a certain cure for the because waters, oioolc atmosphere and William Gooch, Stantord; diseases tor which it is intended and he kpows It. your name?" aiTurdt lo the ei crvated aud it at once For sale bv Pr. S. 0. Hocker, Druggist, Stanford A. W. Carpenter, MlllcdKevilU, Ky, del ilitaled a Hope and a Sanitarium, Mr. Carter banded her bis business W. H. Cummins, Preachersville The slclnityaboiiiuls with scenes tocharm the hylvan walks lor the S. II. Shanks, President Painter and inspire tnc Poet, card. Electric Bittora. Lover, embowered Drives lor the weary. Howling, - .A wll LrnOWfl and SO rtU.. ...m...!.. tu l.unrnlniDr. J.'il. Owsley, Cashier, "Thomas Carter She read: liilllardand Dancing Halls for tho light hearted, nonular as to need no sptxlal mention. All who aud Hunting lor the sportsmen. Kspecial attenW. M. llright, Teller a have used Electric Hitters sing the same son? of without AND tion is given to the cuisine. medicine does not exist and it is praise. A Terms moderate. From Si lo J15 per week, or pause between the words to separate guaranteed purer all that is claimed Electric 10 do further information, apply to Mittert will cure all diseases of the Liver and KidNATIONAL BANK them. GUS HOFMANN, Pror. neys, will remove Pimples, lloils, Salt itheuin and Crub Orchard, Ky BARBEE&OASTLEMAJN "That's a long and funny name. "ow other affections caused 'by impure blood; will OF STANFORD. KV. as Hut-loiivll- le THECROWNLESS MARTYRS OF THE MARRIAGE RING. " ed about your family. wife?" How is your "My wife!" Tho idea tickled Mr. Carter. "My wife! I wonder what Ferger- Bon would woman-hater, Jersey -:- - Dairy. J. A. SHANNON, Is a candidate for Constable In the Precinct. Election November next Hustonville lvIILiXJTlSrE125"3r The Nobicst and Nicest Goods? I Two doors above Tost. Office. Always on hand think of that?" A. O. HUFFMAN, Pror. G. D. SMILEY Is a candidate lor Justice ot the Peace in the precinct, subject to the action ol the democratic party. not so paid 32. BO will be charRed. OE 8 PAGES. Jersey Cows, Can bo had in the market Ptires lower than the lowest Mourning gtods a specialty. Call aud esamir.e beforo biiviriir MAIIV DAVIS DUDDF.RAR. Stantord, Ky Mrs. Kite Dudderar, Manager COMMKkCIAL IILOCK Siufirc of Lambert, J. BENEDICT, "" Administrator's Sale 27th, of R. Zimmer, -- PENNY 1 e Uluc-Ura- ss Fancy Groceries, Higgins & Watts, Stanford, love-sic- Blue-Gra- ss td Foreign and Do All Kinds of Coal, Re-cU- to& Bakincr 0 Jrowder mestic Fruits, Respectfully Invited. unow-whit- 35-i- HHtt PRICE, Pure y, GJtlfj) ot ICE, ICE. R ZIMMER. I BT7GG7 TOPS. THE RILEY HOUSE eMlh m rjn " ttOer 5&V MTTERTTSTABIiX has-be- First-clas- 11 d. io-- well-know- n of The Myers House, n -- Stanford. FIRST-CLAS- S H. H. Bronaugh., Linnietta Park Springs, e, J firil-cta- ss OPEN JUNE LIVERY STABLE. Q NORTH WEST, t Farmers Bank&Trnst 1 . .- tiusii-ficatio- nt tii-vl- Double Daily Trains : b "0 , .,-.- bor-i- t. cur-e- e9 "' "WKSbOak d wm. home-lik- e C.iam-berlam- 's ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. MANAGERS, 8 o S SE&SOiOTOF 1894 1 insurance Company I NORFOLK RAILROAD. SOLD TO 1 Mr. Thomiie-Carter-cott- broker-Atlan-ta-Ueor- ....n o. Commerce -- Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. v7. A. TRXBBLE, Local A? sat, STANFORD, KY SATNtta SssssssssS S Swift' Specific S Remedy All oblige me me by getting my book under yonder tree, und 1 will leave you alone with your conscience." Mr. Carter quickly secured the book On tittle page was written her name, Mth. Evelyn Allyn. "Come now, no peeping. I saw you, trying to fiud my name in the book," she said aa Mr. Carter banded her the book. drive malaria from the system and present .ir- nil m.ilarlal fevers. For cure ot Head ache, Constipation and Indigestion, try Electric Dllieis. r.HUIG a.li.iauvii mm...v.. w. ...v... j retunded. I'rice joe anu ai per bottle at A .R. Penny's drug store. WESTERN TICKETS ALL POINTS: FIRST D. S. CARFElTTERi, Capital Stock Surplus. At the well. known old stand ol J. II. Green, in Hustonville, - 8200,000 "? 21,300 Act - Kentucky. OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, Daby was sick, we gave her CastorK When she wg a Child, aho cried for Custorla. When sno became MIm, she clung to CastoriA. When she had Children, she gf vethem Catori Vhn WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, S gj s Ji O Blood and Skin "I beg your pardon, but I am sorry that I couldn't lind it," replied Mr. Cai-te- r, astonished at bis own boldness. "There it ie. Can't you read'.' Mrs. Evelyn Allyn." "My! my! you are not married are you." "Why not? Haven't I as much right to make a man miserable as any one else? Certainly I'm married! And worse than that, if tbere'a anything that can be worse than to be married I'm a widow!" TEXAS, Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City, 111., wa told by her doctors she had consumption and tha there was no hope for her, but two boriles or Ur Kinc's New Discovery completely cured her and she savsltsaved her life Mr. Thos. KgRers, 119 Florida St., San Francisco, sutlered from a ureaa f ul cold, approaching consumption, tried without ol result everything else then bought one bottle was Dr. King's New Discovery and In two weeks re Is naturally thanklul. ft is sucn cured, lie prove the suits, of which these are samples, that coughs and wonderful efficacy of this medicine in bottles at A. R. Penny's Drug colds. Free trial Store. Regular sue 50c and $1. -- v Two Lives Saved. ',HE WEST, HOUTB-WES- T, SOBTB-WE- SI Distasis ' A reliable cure for Contagioui Blood Poiaon, Inherited Scro- fula and Skin Cancer. s j JT W FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. THE BESTROUTE TO THE SAs S SA O tonic Tor delicate Women and Children it has no equal. Being-- purely vegetable, is harm- - 4 leas in lu effects. W treatise on Blood and Skin Ola-- w mailed race on application, 2rugvltt Sell Xt. ,) NORTH AND EAST. 'UttMAN VESTIBULED COACHES, SLEEPING AND DIKING CAR! SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE stock, but by the stockholders liibll.ty aa amount equal to the slock, so "'epositors ol this institution are secured by athat of fund Five sworn statements of ihrnn,l,., .V. i!..u Call and see his stock and get his prices which are made each yeario the United Statest covero are lower than anybodys. II you waut a nice sit meniana us assets are examined at stated lime of harness, a whip or a duster. by government agents, thus securing addititoaa Hinder Twine for sale. sntTperfect safety to depositors. IhlS institution. ..l,MI.I I .. .u. Deposit Hank of Stanford in THOMAS YEAOER. lied as the National Hank ol igjg. then YHAGER. JAMES Stanford in r tot 5?.Wfrg''1dau,h? Mr" National Bankand ol iS8j, had practically an uninterrupted existence of i. years. It is better supplied ?r!i',i,tUcilil,,leu "MMnsacting business prompt ly liberally AUD cvw before in its long UVEET, honorable career. Accounts of corporations, and arms and individuals respectfully snlic- Special Rates to Commercial Men. Th Directory ol this Hank is composed ol STANFORD, E.Y. Forostus Reid, Lincoln county J i S. T. Harris, Lincoln; I ( you need livery give us a call. Nothing but s turnouts will leave our stable. See us O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; for rates. In our J. W. Hayden, Stanford ; Has just received a beautiful line of ,,rlu,wllul ,c oaiionat llank depositors are secured not only by the -..- ?f ih1 that this is tho onlyf"i"c " National -.. to the fac nicd in Stanford Hank T,'l Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. YEAGER & YEACER, H rm IU1MS SIM, fldu-clari- first-clas- HARNESS SHOP a (rood nir Issssssss "A orturiu uu., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga.'1 - O Bucitln'BArnlca Salve. "Well m! mj! I took you to be a The best salve In the world lor cuts, bruiiess school girl." sores, ulcers, salt rheum, rover sores, .tetter, chapall skin erup "Your eyesight is weak isn't it? Why ped hamlt, chilblains, corns and no pay requir-efions. It positively cures piles, or I'm old. I'm ancient history, I'll be 23 It is guaranteed to ifive perfect satisfaction Price J cents per boa years old in July. But I bavn't enquir- - or money retunded. vr sale by A. R. Penny. Stantord, Ky. NORFOLKWESTERN RAILROAI CHEAPEST, BEST AND QUICKEST LINE. assortment of Harness, Have your repairing done by man he understands his business. We have a our mechanic in our You will find d. Descrlptlv Write for Rates, Mriisi, 'amphlets, to any Stutfon Agent, or to Timc-Tnblc- J, BLACKSMITH SHOP. s worU and satisfactory Will guarantee prices. Tit our horse shoer. A cents for Dcvntig Machines, the lightest draft machine on earth. first-clas- WB. BCVILL, W.'ll'iux.frrJ,!. ALLIN HULL, IHi. nmoki,vi. loiisius.o. rwi(ir M. l. TrtiilLf fan. t, RAOC. A uimukcr. T. P. Hill, Stanford. K. L. Tanner, McKinney; M.J. Miller, Ml. Vernon. , President; J S.HocI-vJohn J. McRoberts, Cashier; A. A. McKinney, Assistant Cashier. S.H. Baughmn,Linco!n; J.S . Hocker. Stanford; VV. A. Trlbble, Stanford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; J