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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894071901 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. "V" '' " r " j' - f i f tt TS r " -- " V ' F' j orHjr' IT' f " - Tffs't-- If Semi-Weekl- y vol. XXII. WILLIAMSBURCWHITLEY COUNTY. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. THURSDAY. JULY 49. 1894'. BRODHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. NO. 40 ML VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. fellow who can rniso tho Dr. Percy Benton mnkea n good! The Teachers' Institute is in seeaion Postolllo Inspector Mooro, of Tolu "whuruwitli" Ih koIuk to the Stanford hnnd in the harvest field nnd is desist-- 1 this week. ilo. O . wan hero Ust wi'elc. ing his men in getting his oats ready for A full attendance is reported by the -- V. II. Ihtos Oiled the iultIt nt the Fair. Tue young folks' BoeiKy of the Ohrlfi- - the garner. Sunday Institute people. UaptiRt church vo a picnic near Crab Or- W. K Perkins, of Crab Orchnrd, waa Tho blackberry cropia much smaller A much needed rain fell hero Mon- -' tinn church chnnl, I tiesdiiy. in town Tuesday on business. Mr. J. It than was expected. day evuninir mid night. -- THIS WEEK,Miss Jennie Lackey entertained last Cass has gone to Burgin to hold the Messrs. Carr and Herrin are pushing I'rof. 0. M. StevenB la nt Clinton,' protracted ineotitiR. evening in lionor of her guest, MiBS Ka- - oflicu down at that place for a time. the Institute building towards compleTeun., helping in a Mrs. Thomas Cherry is getting her sing- tion. Mies DeLnney, of Ironton, 0 , Ih via-- 1 tie OntiK. of New Orleans, llev. Lucion Noel will preach at ing class ready and equipped to go to Tho Christian church presents a brother, Mr. W. H. DoLaney.iuj iting her I'reHhyterian church Sunday. There Gum Sulphur tho '22d. Misses Susie handsome appearance since repairs were South Williamsburg. j Our town was filled with republican will bo no nervices nt any of the other Smith nnd Anna Payne, of Rowland made therein. and Mips Kittio Yadon, of Louisville, warming up for the churches, The brasa band continues to im caudidateB Monday, Ten dollars nnd sixty cents will be nre visiting Mr. Ben Yadon's family at prove. We now have one of the best place Aug. loth. primary which taken for the round trip from Dauville Brodhead. Mrs. J. II. Albright, A. K. bands in the State. The colored teacher' examination the fare to aBiifnglon, on account of the great and Miss Helen Savers are nil getting Will Newcomb and Pat Welsh have wns held here last week with only two Any ready to take in the Stanford Fair. cer Knignia oi ryiiuna encampment. S the best watermelon patch in the counapplicantfl, both receiving outsider can get the benefit of the cheap Mrs. Mattie Carter and little Mollie try nnd if favorable weather continues tiflcatea. a few casea of fever ruto and go along. A big crowd will who have been visiting friends at Gano, they will have 10,000 melons. There have been go from here. 0., have returned home. Mr. K. K. Baptismal ritea were performed at in our midst, but none serious, except A former THncaster man, who was Prattler and family spont Saturday the usual place last Sunday by Elder daughter of Mr. James Woods, the little Rings for all and Good Accommodations. hero on a visit last week, said bethought ami Sunday with W. K. Perkins, nt Crab Ballon. Misaea Essie Rouzee, Susie Taywho ifl now dangerously 111. attorney, of of painting himself up aa an Indian and Orchard. Mr. R. S. Martin reports sev- lor and Lucy Carter were immersed. Mr. Joh. F. Caseidy an coming to Lancaster for the purpoae of eral of his employes sick at Junction Mra. Mattie Carter, of Brodhead, Cincinnati, gave us a call Tuesday. Mr. for Knoxville Tuesday selling gold bricks. He said that as City. Mr. T. J. Coiloy and wife, of Ren-fr- who has eo successfully taught a number Pet Wetener left some folks had "bitten" nt everything was in our town Wednesday. Mr. of schools at that point, is visiting her morning to bo uone several days with else ottered, he was satisfied he could Geo. Hiatt also made us a Hying visit. sister, Mrs. J.J. McCall, at this place. On Half-Mil- c Track. Mr. S. A. Boy, who has been Mr. S. II. Mnrtin, of Maretaburg, Was taking pictures, dispose of a largo number here. Aa the lovely residence of Mr. Si us for eeveral months Miss Bryant, of Lexington, is the hero Monday, and we havo heard our Martin neara completion it adda greatly For Further Information, Catalogues, &c, write to the Secretary. linn to Montlcello to teugage in his Jenkins, of guest of Miss Puttie Benzley. Mrs. Sa- citizens talking since he left, nnd there to the appearance of the town. We nrofeBsion. Cronley, of Lexington, is visiting seems to be a feeling among all the good, hope that many others will follow Mr. the lUst Tennessee Coal Co , was hero rah her sister, Mrs. Ann Hopper. A storm sober, upright voters of all political par- Martin's example. last Friday. party wan given nt Miss Florence Ander- lies in our town in favor of Mr. Martin A beautiful young debutante attendC. A meeting was held Tuesday at miners and operators son's .Monday night in honor of the Mies- - making tho race for the county judge's ed a party here recently and sat down on of the Bessie ami Jennie olllce. And we feel like he ought to a piece of blackberry. She has conclud ml nn agreement was reached which es Kmbry. Misses MY STOCK OF- Burnable left Tuesday to attend the take into consideration the welfare of ed that eilk and blackberriea should not settles the strike In Jellico district. We, .Mrn. Maggie ryne,.MrB. our county and the duty he owes to the come into close proximity. are glad to note this settlement and hope.i cuinioru fair. Kd Stephenson and son, Master Chaun people of same, and become a candidate The employes of the L. ifc on this times will become belter now as so many, idle will now re-- cey, and Miss Lizzie Hopper left TueB-da- y at once, which wo believe would be division know when to keep their fingers men that have been for their homes in Texas. Mr. John be equivalent to an election. out of the fire, and don't propose to folceivo employment. Ijist Saturday eve Capt. Gilpen, of low every call that is made by leaders Mr. J. P. Mahnn went to Ijulsville Brewer, a former citizen of our town, rehero Tuesday and Wednesday. Prof. our town, received a telegram from the who don't stand back on breaking plain I last Thureday. Mr. K. W. Cain has Louisville Joe Gordon, who had charge of Gnrrnrd R. It. officials, ordering him to get up a contracts. turn...! from a trin to Tablets, &c. , is very large and Mr. B. y. Roller, Master of Trains, ! McCartv. who Ims been with bis brother: College, wu, ia town on business this crew of new men and go at once to Cumnt Klngsvllle for several mourns, is ni- week. Mr. Graham Price, "of Danville, berland Gap to assist in removing the Rowland, a strict man in the rulea and debris from the tunnel, which had fall- regulations of hia company, gives every home again. Mrs. Collins, of Huston- is visiting relatives here. O'Mara's. en in, nnd in which it seems that more man justice and ia rapidly advancing in ville. is visiting nt Col.Thomas STANFORD FEMALE COLLEGE. evening Mr and Mrs. than one had lost their lives. By tho time the line of promotion. His work in he On last Friday , opened up their spa-- President Hubbard Announces the Faculty the 12 o'clock train arrived at this place late ctrike outlook is commended by both J. L. Whitehead for '94-Uthat night, 1 1 of our citizens were ready employes and employer. clous home to welcome the young people Call and See Us. Arrntigeuientn having been made with to go and by 7 o'clock Sunday morning Mt. Vernon still has an old time nnd nearly all of them avail of the town a full corps of tenchers for Stanford fe- they had reached their destination and wool carding machine in operation and ed themselves of the opportunity to evening. The male College, tho catalogue will be puh had gone to work in that human grave. people from Crab Orchard, Berea, Wilrnrv nlfttdant ..,r,,i . an.l LmitMNi understands jiut what Mml nt once nt this olllce nmH Prof. At 1 o'clock Sunday night, when all tho liamsburg and intermediate rointe, who Hubbard will devote much of his time boja were wear, hungry and sleepy, cling to old time manners and enstome, It taken to make a crowd of young proand when they had worked an hour over send their wool here to be made into good time and never lof o the to placing the claims of the school pie eee a their allotted titn, a Btone fell from tho rolls. of winning the love of their foe tho public. V.I ki.ut 'Vila. lr n-- ltU..t..a U. cu o BttlAtt. roof of tho tune!, a distance of 40 feet, ' rui B,.:ti iihhhk rri..ii Your note to correspondents in last j .... M..IH H. did position hh teacher of mathematics striking and instantly killing Mr. Win. issue hits your humble servant. There Our terms are Strictly Cash and Prices Strictly Low. We expect in Central College, Lexington, Mo., will R. Rash, who lived within two miles of wns no strike by him on Mr. Debs ac- to sell every man alike and to all at the Appreciates Their Fidelity. to tho regret of the management, not re our town. Capt. Gilpin took the man- count, hut other mattera prevented. Let Lousvuxi:, Ky.. July 1, imm.- -io firemen, turn. From a largo number of appl- gled and lifeless body of bis workman ua hope that it will not occur again; pro the engineers, conductors, brakemen, agOnta, telegraph operator?, icant, Miss Kintim L. Martin, of Galla- out of the tunnel and at a cost of too vi led any of the readera of the I. J. are poprepared it for burial, and he and all his entertained by Mt. Vernon's scribbllnga. and all other employes on the Kuoxvlllo tin, Tenn., has ueen selected for the Misa Martin crew accompanied it back to Brodhead (And they always are. Ed.) .V. In view of the fact sition of presiding teacher. L. Examine our goods and convince yourself that ve mean more than Division of during the recent attempt of certain is a full graduate of both the Howard Monday. When tho Bad newa ol the Misa Alice Abney ia visiting relatives we say. that Hard times is the cry and money is scarce. Now is the Pea-bod- y above was received at our depot, it in Whitesboro, Texas. Mr. L. W. pereons to Injure this company and em Female College, GalUtin, and of the time to make One Dollar buy the most, by investing it with Normal at Nashville. She pre paralyzed the whole town and comis visiting friends in Texas. Mr. barrawtbo management in the movement of business, you remained loyal to sents flittering testimonials from each of munity. Ilia body was taken by frienda Wix Dillion waa up from Livingston tho company and continued in ttio lalin-f- these institutions and from her patrons and relatives to the little humble home, Monday. James Gentry hnd a congesdischarge of the duties of your sev- awn line bcholar and successful teacher. from which he had gone only about 30 tive chill Monday. Mr. L. S. Fitzhugb Kvory Stanford -:- - Eair. te Thursday & Friday, July 19 & 20. Big Fremiums.Rich Saddle Stakes, Hrst-clBB- 6 BICYCLE RACES. 6 J. S. OWSLEY, SR., Pres. -- Vlce-Preaide- nt E. WALTON, Secretary. FINE PAPERS, SCHOOL BOOKS. A. H. FEN2T"Z Druggist. Our Prices Can Not Be Duplicated. I V &. Lowest : Possible : Prices. W. H WEAKEN & CO. Mr al-m- ot m ul eral positions, notwithstanding the attempts of evil disposed persons to persuade you to do otherwise, I deaire to coller-tivel- y convey to you individually and this oxpreaeion of my high appreciation of your action and the assurance of fidelity to the intereets of this which such action gives. Be that you hnvo tho sincere thanks you of the management for the atand in this matter, and your loyhave taken alty and devotion to duty will not bo for gotten. Again thanking you, I remain, W. P. 1'ikk, sup't. very truly yours. com-pnn- y Will tell Those Who auk Posthh. healthiest finest and you that tho summer resorta in tlin northwest are located iiIoiik tho Wisconsin Central Linec wrong which are Lako ilia, Lnko.'ntloeh, Burlington, Mukwonago, Waukesha, Neenah, Waupaca, lilleld, nnd shland nnd Duluth. Tourists next seekers figuring on their pleasure Hummer's vacation should be;r this in ...t.,.1 nnrl linfnro selecting a route tl'op n line to Jus. C. Pond, General Passenger Agent of tho Wisconsin Centra Lines, .'Mii.o,,b.... nnd no win senu Hh .1llin""v. l. time tables ami gttiue uwukh containing valuable Information, which nro mailed freo upon anpiicnuun. '.. 1,1 the tteemyer N. Y., on the knee, wmen IU. liiJ him up in bed'nd cmimU him kneeu to Chm-tl..i.i..- '. to rscommended it rollovtlni; arc the date, fixed .0 far lor the two l'.m lUlm. which he did and. in rec- tucky Fair. J.TrwatatleloberounJ. Mr bhaler U ami y. it Springfield, July 17 to 10. ommended It to nuoy other, or iprain. Ihe Miue Stanford, July 19. and 30. lent tor any kind of brui.. n tunsm it alto lamouiiorHocker, DrueKut. bun- rem Hichmend, July 14 to a;. For ulc by Dr. S. O. Lebanon, July 15 to 27. lord I.awrcnceburK, July 31 toAuf, 3. brauKh, U,t luno Dick Crawtordunaum h, rnonth.-- I)anll(, AiiEu.t to j. , .....-Old child, tut erWK irora Mayiville, Auguit 1 to 4. month, old and me. It ha.1 been weaned at lour ..rfihintp rininrouLfn i iuo NlchoUiville, August 7 to 10. Eminence, Auguit 8 to 11. Versailles, Auguit 14 to 17. Campbell.ville, Aug. 14 to 17. than Columbia, Augu.t Ji to 14. urted Cholera and Diarrnoea London, Aug. a to 34. -':: Winchester, Auguit 11 to 95. eeo ana . n.nt va weakne.. hi c.nunucu and puny con.muuo. Lexington, Augu.t 13 to Sept. 1. In 5? the child. and lw lather and my.elf believe, tb e Franklin, August 79 to Sept. t. T. a. Part, Sept. 4 to 8. Bardstown, September 4 to S O. Hocker, UruKgwt. buolord.Howling Green, Sept. 4 to 8. who I. in the Urue bu.lneta at KUzabcthtown, Sept. 11 to 14. ence in (.nam- K.n;vMo,l.;..omuchconnd l'aducah, September 18 1015. Remedy llarbourville, Sep. tS to i, 'wM.nl. ev ry boule and. otter, to . t.ti,fiea ar . that he Sharpsburg, Sept iStoii, ,lk !heI"!0n1ert Mr Nei.onkc' Germantown, October 3 to 6. Lsxlngton, trotting, October 6 to 13. or V,u UIK... u which " ' :bunfo.d for aie ,i.'r ., Mlildleburg, kicLeil 11 S.Shaler.ol Prof. Hubbard had not expected to make a change in the art and elocution department, as it waa understood that Mlwi Abernathy, after having tnKen a certain time to see if alio could secure a more lucrative position, was to make her wishes known in the matter. Her application came to hand several days after tho limit hnd passed, nnd aa the combination of art and elocution ia rath er a dillicult one to make, it seemed best to engage the services of Mies Margaret K, Hughes, who has spent the last three years at the Cincinnati Art Academy. Mibh Hughes is recommended as n fine elocutionist and an excellent teacher of (ho Deluarte system of physical culture. Miss Ivdith S. Col so i), h graduate of tho Chicago College of Vocal and Instrumental Art, will hnvo charge of the music department. Misa Colson has been teaching successfully in Chicago and is recommended by the directors of one of the (Test Conservatories in this country. Miss Jackson and Miss Sue Bdiigh-innof laat year's faculty, hnvo been engaged for next year. These two ladies have had special training in the best schools and have already shown by their work that they hnvo natural aptitude for teaching. n. hours before, robust and hearty, and kept until 1 o'clock Tuesday, when it was brought by a large concourse of friends to the Baptist church at this place, where Bro. Pike officiated in the funeral services, after which he wbb buried in tho Baptist Cemetery. Mr. RhbIi waa one of our best citizens, a member of the Baptist church and hon orable in all hia dealings. Ho leaves a poor heart broken wife and five little children, the oldest 9 or 10 years old, ami it is now a very sad question among her friends, whether Bhe will bo able to support those little onta and keep them together. It ia true she has many rela tives Hiid friends who would bo willing to nsiat her if they were financially able, but they can not do much, and it is to be hoped that tho R. R. ollicials will take her financial condition into consideration and lend her n helping hnnd. Wo think it will bo the best thing they can do iu the premises. CHURCH AFFAIRS. has been here some days with hia friend, EH --B R. L. Joplin. Mra. Fannie Bragg ThompE1V rfML'f) Sb 1) son and children has returned to Garrard. Mr. Shafer, of Jamestown, X. Y., was here a few days in the interest of his company's stave mill located at this point. Miss Lou Baugh Is the guest of Miss Carrie Lair. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sparks are visiting relatives in Middleeboro. Mrs. M. C. Williams, Mrs. Cleo Brown Attention is called to our line of School Supplies, Fine Stationery, nnd Misses Mary Rhea aud Nancy Kennedy have returned from a trip to Vir Toilet Articles, Perfumeries and Druggist Sundries. ginia. Mrs Helen Brooks, of Paris, is on Prescriptions carefully prepared from best drugs by a regular druga visit home. MiesSallie Cook ami Ber-- t Martin are tho guests of Mrs. J. W. gist. W. B. Nesbitt. Mies Clara Whitehead, of Kamms.ls the guest of her siBter, Mrs. C. C. Williams. Misa Ida May Ad ams gave a party Tuesday evening to the r visiting young ladies. Mies Ellen will teach nt Wildie. Misa Moore, of Danville, is the guest of Mies Lena DRUG rojfe' rl H Drugs, Paints and Wall Paper. McROEERTS, Stanford. To-pek- a, But-ne- DR. S. G. HOCKER, DRUGGIST. Drug-Stor- e McClure. The Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your arri-e-t Dr. Tuekott.n faith curist, is under nt Vauceburg, for practicing the, "laing on of the hands." e Ken- . nit" at Parks' Hill 2d aud continue until will bfin August tho iOth, including threo Sundays. The management has made arrangements with iuito a number of able preachers, and the meeting promises to be one of the best ever held on that beautiful hill. The outlook for a big meeting is bright. The camp-meetin- g The slate of Kentucky is not bank rupt. It is only temporarily out of funds. Kentucky has a smaller debt than almost any tate in the Uniou. The present scarcity of ready cash is dre to the riotous living of the constitutional convention and recent legislatures. Owensboro .Messenger. Drugs, School Supplies, School Books, JGlass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, Liquors for Medical Purposes. The Best Goods for the Least Money, Call and see us. 1 ir?sZSja.r.Bs '!.?.'nSi,L?0: sr " ,re-u- ;$x xx .' 7 Buciitn'BArnlca Salve. In the world tor S ' 7' . .0Teh.ulV:. .alt rheum, f,ver KE&&r SSo-Hv- ,. Marion Howard, a negro who wbb undergoing; a examining trial on the cut., brm.e.i charge of criminal assault, was struug .- up at Scottsville, and Edwin Troughler, requir- Buppoeed to be guilty of poisoning, was box. ining uy a iuuu, neiir Auairvuie, The cowardly striking miners at Birmingham, 200 in number, hid in ambush near tho Pratt mines and as tho negroes came out shot them down like doge. The governor had just withdrawn the troops, and the force of guards on hand was enIt May Do aa Much for You. tirely inadequate. Five of the negroes Mr FreJ Miller ol Irving, III. writes that he (or many yr$, were killed and seven seriously wounded. haJ a Severe Klilny trouble and alto Uut hn with severe paint in bis back of the strikers was killed, 'i he bladder was affected. He tried many ts clled Only one KidticA cure but wltnoul any coon militia have been ordered back to tne a year ago he began uie ol Electricretun. nooui Bitters and scene. found relief at once. Electric Bitters it especially adapted to cure ot all Kidney and Ltver troubles A caiBSon loaded with shot and car- and olten ghes almost inttant relief. One trial tridges belonging to Battery F, United will proe our statement. Price only 50c. lor arge bottles. At A. R Penny's Drug Store. . States Army, exploded at Chicago while A Quarter Century Teat. a detachment of troops and artillerymen For a quarter ol a century Dr. King's New Diswere exercUing, and three men were covery has been tested and the milliens Mho have killed and 15 persons injured. Seven received bentfit from its ute teitity to Its wonder-c,ir.ilv nowers in all dlseatet of the Throat. horses were also killed. The body of one Chett and Lunzi. A remedy that has stood the 300 feet. In test so long aud that has given so universal satisof the victims was blown faction Is uo experiment. Each bottle is positivethe vicinity of the accident wiudowa ly guaranteed to Rive relief or the money will be i admitted to be the most reliable were shattered and houses damaged by relunded. it Colds. Trial bottles fre. at A. H. for Coughs and Penny's drug store. Largesizejoc Budji. the shot. ,i Castor!. tien Baby wa sick, we gar viua Child, shs cried for Castorla. When sho became Miss, sha clung to Castorl. Whea tihe had Children, she g ve them CastorU. (Vheu bhe hr DR. S. ti ( G. HOCSER, Th. Druggist. 17 109 -- 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN? I lnU.u.iUtjClutUnooj-.AtUuu.e- '; It miles It mini thit th.Qarfn nl Creifent Hoot. Ii rineinnstl ihrtittj u Itlr-ClaclniuU aat l.xliiftuu J Julie, tliurlMt w miles sluirteit I 'taianatl tu hew OrUn: !' . uiles stwrt.it r JekionlH. unJ-- GOLID VES7IBULED TRAINS Vretn all ft the it. )oint. Thmnih Cm to Vlckttisr ant Mire r 1 .K. Onlr liu. lunnliK t iroui'i t Jt llneUnstl t knwtill. sal Aik ent aUmt t..un to C ifvrnU. h rom I.oaiiTiIIf. l hhrevewrt. NwlbyrllL anil Lreneel,urif. tltrvet eoiuweUoa I. maJ at Lealowa ithi..dtaMtotestU!tfcath. c n,vi:jlRsoy Cta'l l'ni'r Aient, ClaclauU. O. m. QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. Ji -- fr.i - tn ' 5- .! j" ' r .. f JTW$"V '&&?'. 4iAr4Wij ftUmt H -- "fJWfryeg' "JP- v-- - 1 $,- - .It I ; a sheolic aspect. He has been indicted for renting houses for immoral purposes, sued for $5,000 for misusing his office and now a building association is after him for 11,750, money he failed to turn over. 'Twixt hell and the iron works seems to be the narrow territory upon which the judge is treading at present. Hon. 0. U. McElroy has made his calling suro for Congress in the 3d District, having secured mora than a sufficient number of votes to nominate him on the first ballot. In physical development the Warren county midget will not show well with Congressmen Berry and Stone, but in mental attainments he is the peer of any of them, which with his Legislative experience will make him a useful member from the start. The district will lose nothing by the swap from Goodnight to McElroy. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. HxnEDiTY in office is not one of the -- THE GREAT SUMMER- teneta of our system of government, but 19 and 20. Stanford Fair, J uly LINCOLN COUNTY COURT, it appears to bo the guiding star of those Regular Terra, htlil July 9 1894. September wheat is quoted at bl in Hon. V. E. Varnon, Judge. who think that when an office getfl into Chicago. AIaH ItftlVire ihn lurlff of A netltlnn h.vint. -- -- July J 9, 1894 : . " r. . . . . Btanfohd, Ky., the family it is theirs forever and aye. Joseph Coffey bought Of William I " Lincoln bounty Court on the iQth day 01 June, tr04, signed by a number 01 trie legal voters Imbued with this idea the postmaster of Goode a gelding for $125. I of the town ol Crab Orchard, asking that an or made Winchester who is probably holding an worked a half in der beon tie calling an election to b held In said Flying Jib, pacer, town W. P. WALTON. office that calls for all of his ability, has one minute llttt tho other day. entered the race to succeed his dead Georgo Ingels' livery stable at Paris DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. brother in Congress, and relies upon a burned, causing a Iobs of $15,000. To taVeihe sense or the Uyal voteisof said town, vt ho are qualifi ed to ole at for county sentiment to aid him in bis The Winchester Democrat reports ulliccri upon the proportion an election not ipirit Of the past week has bacn a wonderful success. If prices arc whether or JAS. 11. MTUE.VUY maudlin FOIl COXOKESS be told, uoui, vinous sales of four car loads of export cattle to ed or loaned or malt liquors snail coihIqk barter- an object your wishes can be gratified. As sweeping reductions have on lor therein, said petition For County Judcc JAS. WALKER GIVKNS Moses Kahn, 1,500 pounds average, at hearing on the 9th day of July, 8M, It being the 4. G. n. COOPER clerk tint day of the regular July term, 1894, and it ap been made on all summca goods to close them out a grand triumph NEWSY NOTES. M0. J. B. PAXTON Attorney- -. pcarm? that the legal oteraot said town slgnlna MlJ petition . than 13 per cent Now is the time to buy when T. D. NEWLAND SherifT. burg 'Squire Debaun lost his thresher and the volts cat!represeuie more the lait general elec-of over all will be our efforts this week. -- 0. B. VanArsdell, a Han-odid aaid town at E. D. KENNEDY Assessor stacker and Postmaster Mahan three tion, and alt nf the requirement of law havingu you can save big money, and we invite the general public to the Monday. G. W. DE1IORD merchant, died been complied with It is ordered that an jailer be held on on the land day of August, iS'4. greatest Cholera is raging in St. Petersburg. stacks of wheat, 350 bushels, by fire. between the hours ot 7 A. M and 4 I'. M for the There were l'JO new cases and 79 deaths Advocate. puspote 01 taking the lenie of the legal otrrs ol It eeerus that we are to have another Tuesday. said town who are qualified to voir at elections D. C. Terhune bought 101 first-clas- s Ijbb lor county oiTicers, upon tho propoililou whether bankruptcy law. The Bailey bill resumed on all the mule colts over seven counties at an av or not spirituous, vinous or milt liquors shall be Traffic has been passed the House by a large majority and of them sold, bartered or loaned therein, the reult of said railroads and the strike is deader than a erage cost of $47.40. Ninty six election to fr ceitlneii to and returned as requirit is Baid that the Senate is sure to con ed bylaw in election lor county officer. are mares. door nail. Ladies' vests reduced from The is made in conformity to an Ever attempted by any house in town. bill is purely a voluntary cur in it. The Reports to tho Agricultural Depart- opinionfollowiuir order of the Lincoln Circuit Court B. S. Duncan, one of Jessamine's and mandate bankruptcy measure. It is limited in loc to 5c, 20c to ioc, 25c to 15c, 35c to 20c. All Dimities reduced 11 In the canolV ami others vs. W, K wealthiest and most honored citizens, ment show that 5 33 pounds is tho aver- Varnon, Judge ol PennyLtnoln County CViurt, the its operation to two years. Under it reduced to 5c. Dotted India Linen worth age of a tleece of wool, the weight run- when It was held with the Judge of the Lincoln from 15c to ioc. Tuesday, aged 65. County Court as a ministerial otneer is required to property is administered according to died Forty-tw- o of the Alabama assassins ning from 2 5 in Alabama to 7.5 in South order such elections upon tho presentation of a Swiss reduced 35c to 20c. State laws, thus creating no new officers petition and payment of money to meet the been lodged in jail and each ough Dakota. aa in this case which opinion the uagc vt or machinery for its execution. There have Me., cut the Lincoln Comity Court, considers control him Jim Carville, of Webster, until teversed by a higher tribunal need for such a bill, but the to feel tho halter draw. is no crying Tne following officers are appointed to hold A discharged weaver killed the fore-ma- n somehay in ISO I, got an offer of $40 a one in question is a decided improveelection, to wit. and another man in the South Dal- ton, but wanted $50, and held it. RePrecinct Vo. limitaW K. H.ich.nmn. L. A Pctlus. ment on the one that expired by cently the hay, still in good condition, judges, k K Farm, sheriff W A. Carson, elk Black Hose reduced from ioc to 5c, Fancy Hose from 20c to ioc, which created las, Texas, cotton mills. I'rccinct.No a -- I H. Gllkerson I II Stephtion a few years ago. and ens, judges, John McClure, shentl, W II HansPhiladelphia girl has was sold for less than $10 a ton. A heartless 25c to 15c. Ladies' Handkerchiefs; Swiss Embroidered worth 25c, so many officers to get fees that the cred. clera. The entries in the saddle stallion ford,copy at tent: A GEO II. OOPER. Cleik, got anything out the bank- had her room papered with love letters reduced to 10c. Men's Handkerchiefs, fancy border, reduced from itors never Ily J. H. llurton, 1), C. stake to be decided this afternoon are as which silly swains have sent her. rupt. . Silk finished Suspenders worth 25c reduced to ioc, silk Denmark and Ken In compliance with tne requirements of the law 20 to ioc. Lightning struck thesteamboat Mex- follows: Highland of Lexington, who has ico at New Orleans, and knocked 19 men tucky King, the property of Gay Bros., the foregoing order r electon by the County finished with wire buckle, worth 35c, reduced to 15c. Judob Jbwkll, udge 01 Lincoln County Is published fur the ol all concerned. gained some notoriety from the fact that unconscious, one of whom died instant- - Highland Chief, J. M.Garrett; Delmonte, J.N Menefee, July 16, 1894. Sheriff Lincoln to. Matt Cohen; King Chester, G. F. Anderhe is author of that mucn quoieu ex ly. pression, "Politics is hell," seems to be Train wreckers ditched a Grand son; King Squirrel, O. T. Worthington finding that other things also partake of Trunk train at Battle Creek, Mich., and and Black Prince, A. K. Walker. There ORDER 3emi-Week- ly Interior Journal Ordr of Ilsotion. hn -;- I 1 Clearance : Sale. aad Day of August, 1894, am-bitio- u. e elec-tio- FEAST OF BARGAINS S'jc JLABIEB9 1 H8E. a R K' r !t this district eight have been recalled and they will get $5 a day during the time they serve. The reason assigned for recalling republicans is that the department wants men of experience, but the confession of incompetence in our own partytbas a bad look to a democrat who believes that all the spoils belong to the victors. Gov. McCbbary'b strong resolution affirming and indorsing President Cleveland for hiB eflorts to suppress lawlessness and prevent the interference with the transportation of the U. S. mails and interstate commerce, was passed by the House without division, the opposition not being strong enough to get the yeas and nays. There is no doubt that the president promptness and decision nip ped the rebelliou nhnowt in its bud. A week ago the strikers imagined that they were a law unto themselves and disregarding law and the rights of property or of freemen, rode in high feather, rough shod over many commercial ceny cringingly and piteously tres. they are begging to be given the places they left on the order of a charletan and cursing themselves for their idiocy. Will laboring men never learn from experiTo-da- The distillers are taking whisky out of bond so fast that an order has been issued calling back into service the In gaugere of the last administration. ence? While not technically guilty of murder himself, Debs is the cause of many killings and richly deserves death. Chicago has just removed Mr. Patrick Eugene Prendergast from the scene; now let her further Berve the country by doing a like service for Mr. Eugene V. Debs and all of her sins will be forgotten. In Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Min- nesota, North Dakota and South Dakota the inhabitants of foreign parentage outnumber the native population. No wonder they raise more hell than crops. The anarchistic tendency of the foreign population is making "No Nothing" out of many American citizens. e E' Thehe are not mauy legal hangings in Kentucky, but more by mobs than there would be if the lawa were better executed. Three lynchings in one day, as. there were Monday, in as many parts of the State, show that the people are far from being satisfied with the administration of justice. The conference committo on tho tar- Iu fact iff bill ia making haste slowly. to be more correct it is making no progress at all and tho likelihood of a deadlock is promising. How long, oh Lord, how long is the patience of the American people to be abused in this manner? Tub strike but that's an out of date Bubject now, and Debs the ancient evil of well, let us obey injunction to speak nothing the dead. Decs is in jail for contempt of court and there us leave him forever. Only Direct Line hetwrcn nouncing thnt my uncle is dead. Frankfort, Georprotown nnd Paris, been expecting it nil along. Cnrlislo, Mnysvillo, Oynthiana, Clovertoii How do you know ho is Fnlmouth and Covington. dead? You haven't read it. No, but if huwero nlivo (or ticltets via Kentucky Midland. Trains it would have come "collect" Brook- Aik run by Central Standard Time. TimeTablo Jnne n, 1894. MATTERS. MATRIMONIAL lyn Life. No. 1. No 3. No 7. TRAINS EAST. UN Hard Lot. a. m. p. in. p. in. J. W. Acton, of Woodstock, and a 10 Leave Kranlclort A 00 7 00 Kind Old Lady An old naval officer Miss Hattie Good), of Kingsville, ob' Summit 416 706 110 nnd neglected by tho government? Dear ' KlVnorn j ji 135 Because rny friends trade with me, for which I appreciate and thank .711 tained license and were married Yester" Switter 4a$ 718 140 me! I don't know a better way to get your trade than a 00 them vciy much. " Stamping Ground.7 3 day at Mr. A. Glass' at Kingsville. 4 33 Rusty Rnfu'. Yes'm; had command Ouvall ' j 10 to get .734 444 On the eve of her wedding a Michi" Johnson a jo 4 50 .7 40 o' 0110 o' Kelly's boats. May I nrkyou, " Georgetown, .. ll .. 7 46 457 335 gan girl demanded that her intended ma'am, fur leetlo more cold chicken? " C. S. Depot 3 00 7 i$ j 03 80S " Newton deed his farm to her. He declined Chicago Tiibune. ,iso 513 " Centreville 816 3 3? 531 The wedding did not occur, and now the 8 30 " Klizabttn 3 jj 3 45 .Miitrliimnl il Itciiu For you to select from. C Arrive fans 3,15 830 401 girl has brought suit for breach of promFather Why don't you marry .Mis ise. Bomlclitinvr? TKAINS WEST. No. 1. No. 4. No 8 No 13 Shi' has lots of money? 1 s a. in of Statistics show that iu. a. m. 440 Son Hit family aro oppot-pr- t to it. 6 05 I.vc I'aris .. ,C. 1000 4 45 the American people are single. The io 10 Father How about Miss JJondclippor Arr KlUaleth J 31 A nice line of Dry Goods, Notions, Straw I Iats, Caps, Fans, Neck6 19 Arr Centreville ... io i actual numbers of the classes are as fol herself? Arr Newtown io a 6,7 wear, Suspenders Ladies' Vests, Corsets, Hose and Shoes. French 3 40 Son Well, fho belongs to tho fami- ArrC. S. Depot lows: Single, 37,129,50 1; married 22,331,-124- ; f) CO 641 9 3 Cadies, Cakes, Bananas, Nice Fresh Butter on Ice and Groceries at Arr Georgetown II 1037 MJ ly. Texas Sifting. widowed, 2,970,052; divorced, 8 00 n 47 Arr Johnson Low figures for Cash. 8 10 6 S7 10 Arr Duvall and unknown, 70,214. ArrStamp's Ground 1100 7 "3 Two Point or View. 830 On Sunday last in Baltimore, Md., ...11 10 b jo Arr Swiizer 7 3 Wifo now peoplo gazo nt my now Arr Elkhorn n 17 7 30 9 0S Mr. Scott Graves Pulliam, formerly of 13 7 36 0 15 tlrcssl I preaumo they wonder if I'vo 7 33 Arr Frank(trt...A. ..11 30 Harrodsburg, but now of the government boon shopping in Paris. 93 A connects with I,, .v N. printing office nt Washington, and Miss nusband Moro likely thoy wonder II connects with (J .V C. and L. S. C connects with K. C. Helen Bibb Tabler, the handsome daugh- if I'vo been robbing a bank. Now York SUNDAVTRAINS. Weekly. ter of Mrs. Dr. Green Moore, of McKin-neLeave Kranklort 9 00 a. m; Georgetown in 00 a. were united in marriage. Miss m. L.ve Georgetown 10 37; arrivn Kranklort ti 30 A lIlBiii'r Flight. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. p. m. Tabler was in Washington on a visit to Mr. Flathouse What aro you going The Kentucky Midland Kalwayand cennec. tions form the ihoite.t and cheapest route to all her Bister, Mrs. J. W. Pulliam, whose to lull mo about tho peoplo up stairs? 4, 1894. points N)uih, Hait, North and West. Mr. Flathonso That, iny dear, is anhusband is a brother of the groom, and ror turtner iniurmation anpiy 10 tneir Jeuu. Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers, Superior courses In Literature, Music aid U. 11. UbKUAW, lien 'ass. Atrent. other story, Now York World. took snap judgment on her friends. GEO II. IIARPEH.Gen. Supt many were injured, one roan being killed. Sparks from a Cincinnati Southern encne set fire to the dry grass near Georgetown and a serious conflagration followed. At Tattereall's New York, the year- lings of the Beaumont, Melbourne and Kingston studs and the Pettit estate were sold at nn average of $733. "The The Chicago Inter Ocean; All South is solid for law and order. honor to the people of the South. They are no slouches in a scrimmage, and never were." A Boone county mob took a tramp Italian from jail at Burlington and hung him to a tree in the court house yard. He had attempted to kill the farmer who bad befriended him. At n base ball riot at Philadelphia of the Boston players had his cheek one broken by one of the mob, and a further attack upon the visiting team was only prevented with difficulty. One person has died and 30 others are dangerously ill at Marthall, Illinois, from eating ice cream. It is supposed that the milk was poisoned by being in a vessel with a copper bottom. Two hundred sticks of giant powder exploded in the midst of a gang of miners at Stockton celliery, Pa. Nine were killed, and not enough of the men's bodies was left for identification. A Sacramento. Cal , judge nearly precipitated bloodshed by calling on spectators to resist soldiers who came to takeaway three strikers from the courtroom, where they were on trial. An official report shows that while the United States produced no tin ore last year, imports of tiii and tin plate were made to tho value of 20,S02,SG on which tho high McKinley tarill' was paid. The Pullman shops at Ludlow, open-eMonduy with a fairly good force. The manager is not taking back any of the leaders of the strike, but accepts all who were forced out. He is also obtaining some new men. Unknown men, supposed to be strikers, removed the fishplates from the Grand Trunk tracks at Battle Creek, Mich., Sunday night, and a passenger train coming along at 3 a.m. was wrecked, the fireman being killed and 13 others injured. Mrs. Lizzie Haliday, the famous murderess, has been declared insane by a commission appointed by Governor Flower, and she will be imprisoned for life in an asylum. She was under sentence of death. Steamer Fort Phillip has just arrived in New York harbor from a voyage of over 40,000 miles. She started from Glasgow last August and has been to many of the foreign countries in Bearch of spices and tea. d are six entries in tho mares and geldinps SEPTKMIIER 1, 1SJ4. stake and are aa follows: Naunette, J. M. Garrett; Fanny Mac, C. O. Carpenter; Lincoln County Court Held July 9, 1I94, Hon. Sadie Graves, L. H. Hudson; Kate MaU W, E Varnon, udge, Presiding. The election submitting to the voters of the Ci loy, Ball Bros.; Frances P., A. Logan ty of Sianloid whether or not spirituous, sinnua Love, W. M. Rue or oa.tliquors shall be sold, battered or loaned Denny and Delphine therein, hating become void by reason ol the fail ureot the sheriff to post notices of the same, the k Son. petitioners by attorney appearedin open ecu land HUSTONVILLE. 11 OF ELECTION. Men's fine Percale, with Laundered Collars and Cuffs attached, worth $i, and Si. 25, reduced to 75c. FINE CLOTHING for hot weather, men's summer coats, worth Si, reduced to 50c. Men's Si. 50 thin coats and vests go at Si. Men's thin alpaca coats and vests, worth $, reduced to Si. 75. There will be a debate at Beech Grove Seminary Friday night, July 20th Ib Right" Subject affirm, Miss Julia Stagg was the fortunate one among the five applicants for the Petersburg echool. District large, compensation in proportion. Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Goode, ol whose marriage you told in your last issue, have taken rooms at Hotel De Drye, May their where they will remain. young lives be crowned with much happiness. The bride is the beautiful and accomplished daughter of Mr. Goff Park, of Covington, and the groom one of our handsomest and most intelligent boys. Th death of Mr. George D. Wcath-erfor- d removes from our midst a good faithful man. He was born in Caand sey county In 1S20 and to him and hit estimable wife were born 13 children, only four of whom survive. They aleo raised Mr. Wm. Speed and Mr. Frank Shipruan. The family and especially the bged wife have tho sympathy of a community, which held the deceased in deservedly high regard. Misses Kate Cook, Anna Reid, Lizzie Drye and Mary Lusk have just returned from a charming visit to Mr. J. B. Cook at tho Warbutt Hotel at Mr. Robert J. Lyles, the popular merchant of Nashville, has join ed his wife at thin place. Mr. J. L. Conway, of Kansas City aud W. L. Evans, of Louisville, are here (selling gro- eerier.') Mips Annie Cook Huffinnn cani over from Lexington Saturday, with her violin to be here for the conMrs. John W. cert Tuendny nteht. Reid is confined to her bed with something analogous to malarial fever. L. M. Reid is in Somerset. "Co-educatirg. nled a copy ol u.e juugraont of the Line In Circuit Court in the case of W. II. Penny and others, Hinllifs, vs W H. Varn-Judge of the Lincoln ounty Court, upon a motion of a writ of mandamus, a copy of said judgment having two, on the day ol Jun, 1894, serveit upon the defendant, asjudge aforesaid, by his accepting same, the said Judgment awarding the writ ol mandamus Is in words and figures as follows, iowil. Lincoln Circuit Court W. U. Penny, and others, Pltis. ) n, pur-tiou- ot vV parson. cieiK Tim All Aloorlilni; Topic. Noting Precinct, No 3. J M Mail nnd J K A young i'tixuniiti met nn old and VanArsdale, judges, Joseph Coffey, shtrifT, Wm Severance, clerk. is weighted OFO Attest COOI'KIt, with thoughts of things extraneous to Clerk Lincoln County Court family atFuirv, but wishing to bo agreeIn compliance with ftie requirements of able ho n.kert nftor tho family and of the full, wing order ol election by the the law County Judge of Lincoln (ountv is published fur the incouro tho baby. "Beautiful, formation of all concerned J V Menefee. was the reply. "Wo had tho litSheriff Lincoln Co. July ift, 1B94. tle fellow christened on Sunday. " "Indeed, "said tho preoccupied one, with an air of interest, nnd then inquired, "On tho arm or on tho leg?" Doctor Shortest and quickest between of Hygiene. 11 oy tne deienaant, aim tne court being advised is 01 opinion, ana so adjudged that it waa It was the legal duty ol the defendant as judge ol the Lincoln county court to order the election asked fore by plaintiffs in their petition to said defendant, and that plaintiffs arc entitled to the remedy sought by their motion; their motion ts therefore sustained, and tne writ ol manamus is awarded acalnst W K Vurnon, Judge of the Lincoln Court, by which he Is roran anded at the nest regular term ot the Lincoln Lountv Court to en ter upon the order booV of his court an order di reeling an election to be held in and for the city ol Stanford and direction the Sheriff of Lincoln county to hold an election and open a poll therefor at each of the voting places In said city, fur the purpose of taking the sense ol the legal voters of said city upon the proposition whether or not spirituous, vinous or malt liquors shall be sold, barInasmu has, by reaacn tered or loaned therein of the relutal of delendantto make said order at the regular term of said court when plaintill's application was made, It Is now too late to hold said eleetloii on the das designated in the plaintiffs' On the rjrd day of June, 1844. petition, lt and at the same tetm enable the sher f( to comple th- - requirements of the law, that the said with election should be advrrtised by hi at lcaM two weeks Ixfore the day of election, ib delendant is commanded In his said order lor said election to fix anotherand later day as reasonably near the day asked for by plaintiffs as v.ll afford ample time for the advetmement thereof required by law And till writ of mandamus hex III in no wise In obedience to the command In omi to obey ' aatd rlt as aUe fully set rui and it appearing that the money to pay the expe-se- t that applicants are by law required to pay has bren raid It is ordered thtt an election into court held In the city ol Stanford, Ky , on the 1st ay of ep 1S94 betwwn 'he hours of 7 A M and 4 I. timber M A poll to bo opened at each of the voting laces in said city lur the pur, 00 of taking the sense ol the lesjal voters of said city upon the proposition whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors sha'l be sold, bartered or snaked therein, the result of said election to be certified to and nturned as icqutrvd by law In the election of county rllicers. The following officers are app.lnted to hold said election Voting I'roclnct, No 1. I. M. Ilruce and II K. Wtaren, Judges, W II. I'enny, clerk, J. I) Jonss snerui No a A. C Kastland and II, Kntlcmsn, judge., J K. Hales, sheriff, C. 111 1 Voting-I'rcciii- This cause was submitted by the parties upon their agreed statement ol the question In contro ersv and ol the facta on file, and unon t e afl.da. T1i1 nt tKaa itiAtlftn rt hlainlirTa sTab flf nn A1 u of mandamus. Notice of which moiPon was waivelt E Varnon, Judge of Co. Court, Deft s Lincoln) ludrment. I 500 pairs, all solid leather, fine shoes, nicely finished, 7 to 13, will go at Si, worth double the money. Ladies' Oxfords reduced from j :Si toJGsc, S1.25 to 75c. Men's Pants worth S2 and S2.25, reduced .to Si and Si. 25. Men's Suits $7 and $7, reduced to $$ and S5.50, j Si. and 15.00 reduced to S 10. 300 pairs Ladies' Dongola Patent ,. t . .. -. IT - nnll.n. Tin Cl.n IT ..!,. ...wl C...:... wtl.13, i.v.k .iiiu oiJiniji lTt- - IIUIII .v,.' iu , 1U51 re- ' CC,VCU Drantl CW StOCK, Will gO tlllS WCCk at QOJ WOrtll Si. 50. a MEN'S SHOES I "l''i i"- -- . LOUISVILLE : STORE, STA1TTOKD, KY, A. URHANSKY&fcCO., Proprietor T. D. RANEY,,Manager. Furniture, Furniture ! : If prices are any inducement you will certainly take advantage of this opportunity to buy Furniture that is unrivalled in quality and design. Antique Oak Dresser Suites go at Si 5; Antique Oak Cheval Suites at S20; good Cotton Mattresses at S- 50; No. I Woven Wire Bed Springs S3' Cane Scat Chairs per set S3. 50; Cuttirg Tables 75c and Si; Hcd Lounges and Couches $8 to S20; Chatauqua Writing Desks $6; Baby Carriages S$ to Sio. Parlor Suits and Plush Chairs kept in stock and made to otdcr Special attention paid to odd sizes in Window Shades. Mattressus of any kind made to order. The largest variety of Picture Easlcs Moulding ever handled in Stanford. Picture Frames made in the latest styles of moulding. The constant inflow and outflow of goods manifests my success as alow priced cash dealer. When you look through my stock and get my prices you can but say that my goods are handsome and prices reasonable. Give me a call. - I W. W. WITHERS. ALl MY Accounts are six months past due : Are : Due ! July and January and without any exception those whose accounts Ky. Midland IVy, Will be Charged Interest Do not be surprised4'at seeing it on your account and do not ask me to deduct it. A Di-ai- l Surv Tiling. nn-I'v- Daplmwny Here's a telegram e Cincinnati and Frankfort H. J. McROBERTS. y I MEET WITH SUCCESS. 1 11 t:h::e best'Goods J. C. FLORENCE. i three-fifth- . HAVE JUST RECEIVED 120,-09- 0; Arrr-uium- 1 y, Stanford Female College. Next Session Begins Tuesday, Sep. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. Art. !.. .f .8 -- A' .JjiU. . iv -- - j ifVVjt f,.' - ,M ffr -- V ' ,. f J " - y i- - ' Semi-Week- ly Sine & Menefee sold a lot of 250 feet The latest novelty in photographs is front on the lower end of Main street, to the roantella. You can get six of them Notice my for fair week Mrs. M. 0. Burnside for $550, about f 100 artistically finished this week, at Earp's only. Danks, the jeweler. less than it cost in flush times. gallery for $1. A. J. Earp, photograph Stamford Ky., - July 19, 1894 or. Your account is made out. Pleaeo ic you want your watch or any jewel-- , call and settle. A. R. Penny. The Springfield Fair is going on this ry repaired, take it to Penny's. Mr E. C. Walton, Business Manager Deckelman does the work well nnd week, but from the number of horses When you como to the fair call and Bee Danks, the jeweler. It will pay promptly; never disappoints a cus- that arrived here yesterday, it doesn't look as If the Stanford Fair will sutler by tomer. you. MEAH8 IU8INE88. .. the conflict. We aro now doing a strictly Buy your school books nnd school supPenny haa tho best stock and will Bell The Interior Journal will have an plies ol nil kinds nt A. K. 1'enny'H. watches and jewelry lower than you can business and thoso who can not comply with our terms will either have to pay office in the secretary's stand at the Fair Watciiks, clocks nnd jewelry repaired buy elsewhere. and wnrrnntetl. Engraving a specialty, cash or bo refused. We mean what we grounds and if you want to pay for your at A. It. Penny's. paper or for anything you may owe this A murder is a serious thfng but the say. Yeagcrit Yeager, Liyerymon. Tits Urgent stock of DrniiH. Medicines, way we murdor prices in our atoro is a office, you will have the opportunity of ruriiunery, Paints and Wall Paper at A (.heap excursion lor tho benefit of doing so. A. II. Penny's. Inscriptions a special- caution. Danks, tho jeweler. the colored people will be run from here . ty. We print elsewhere in this issue a cirThe banks and business houses in to Louisville next Sunday, leaving at cular letter from Supt. W. P. Pike to the aftown will probably close 5:30 a. m. and returning that night. Faro PERSONAL POINTS. ternoon and all hands go to the fair. $1.75 for the round trip. There will be a employes on this division of the L it N , Mien Katk Cook, of Iliistunville, is ... Beparnte coach for the white people who complimenting them for their loyalty Ov tho 12 colored teachers examined hero to attend the Fair and fidelity to tho company during the wish to go. Mies Clibhik Bauoiiman, of Boyle, Ib two got first, three second and five recent troublous times. Tlu L. it N. Whisky iiy Wholesale. Mr. Thom- has a splendid complement of men who visiting Mips Alice BnuKhumn. third class certificates. The other two as Dslton has secured license and will are deserving of all the good thinga said Mies ViiuiiNiA Taiilkh, of Illinois, is failed. open n wholesale liquor house at the of them. with her mint, Mrs. Dr. Moore. New stock of melons, lemons and banCarpenter Hotel. The town license is Miss Diwn and Jenninas, of Boyle, anas at Powell's Bananas 2 doz. $25 and the At a meeting of tho stockholders of United States taxes him are with Mrs. M. S. BaiiKhmnn. for 25c, lemons It for 5, melons 25 eta. a the Cumberland Valley Land Co. held $100. He can not sell in smaller quanMiss Bbssik Hiciiahds, of Linnietta piece. tities than five gallons and none must yesterday the following were elected diSprinire, is visiting the Mioses Wray. rectors: Robt. Boyd, Vincent Boreing, Mn. T. W, Hkiolnb, of Ix)uisville, is Pleasi: come and pay your account. be drunk on tho premises. J. A. Craft, J. W. Fox, John W. Fox, Tho money is due and I need it. Don't here to see his old friends at the fair. The declamatory contest Jr., J.S. Hocker, W. P. Walton, W. G. Mips Maooik Taiilkr Ib visiting her postpone, but come at once. II. C. promises to be liberally attended. Many Welch, J. W. Hayden. They met later uncle, Mr. James T. Bibb at Chicago, the Tailor. ticket have been Bold and a full house and Judge Boreing president; III. Friends of Miss Anne R. B. Whitridge, of Boston, Yesterday was an oppressively hot ia assured. Mr. and Mita. D. G. Pohtman, of Liband J. S. blocker, secretary and day. The mercury was in the 00 and Shanks, who has gone to such labor and erty, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Kd Wilkpains to drill the boys and make the en- treasurer. the hat and humidity fairly parboiled inson. suffering humanity. Several light show-er- a tertainment a success, aro trying to inMib8ks Maiikl, Jones anJ Kliza McAn-allNEW ADVKKTISE1CE.YW. have fallen but a good soaker is yet duce her to recite a selection during the of Louisville, are visiting the Misses denied us, though greatly needed. ovening, and all who know what an exBentley. "Probably local thunder storms, con- cellent re.uler she is hope that they may Mrs. B. N. Holler is our only lady tinued warm," is what yesterday's dis- succeed If you havn't reserved a seat, bicyclist yet and sKo rides a wheel very you had better do bo at once, or you may patch said. gracefully. have to take a back ono. W. II. MILLER. H. HELM. Miss M. K. Swissiirod, of West Judoe Tait did not take any stock in A Mybterious Case. Judge Varnon's is visiting her brother, G. A. the affidavits presented by U. S. & Swinebrod. E. M. Porch, of Somerset, and court was occupied tho whole of yesterMiss Gk.nkva Hioiiiiauoii, n pretty dismissed him from otfice and charged day in tho examining trial of Albert Real Estate Agents, young ladr from Senorii, is visiting the the coats of tho prosecution to him for Hommel for shooting Tommy Ball. Mr. Misses Menefee. interfering with the orders of his court. Ball testified that Hommel inyited him Stanford, Lincoln County, Ky. Mas. Q Shoiatk and children, of Porch is a bitter republican partisan Bnd to his house to dinner nnd that when he Office over Firtt National Bank. Xewburn, Tenn., are visiting her rela- ought to hnve been fired on general got there ho found that his wife wns our lo gone and thero was nobody to get the We oilrr nnd the publicrial service! In selling, tive, Mrs. Mattie Nevlus. principles long ago. renting eitate in Lincoln and Mism Hki.ix Hud. accompanied by meal. After a while Hommel asked adjoining countiei We have made 'arrangement for extenuve advertisement ol all properties Times are hard and money scarce but him to take a walk and while out Mr. J. L. Conway, of Kansas City, was in the placed In our hands, and posses facilities for busall the same we are going to have the d few evenings since. here a and without warning, ho pull- iness which can not be possessed by individuals expense. All without placed in Mn. a.niiILD. Paixiktt, of Waynes-bur- most successful fair of the series, or we ed out a pistol and shot him in the back our hanai ill reccue prompt and diligent attention anil every effcrt will be made to dispose of it are n prophet without honor in any of the neck, producing a flesh were in to see us yesterday and wound speedily and do charge will be made unless we country. The show of stock promises to and cutting hla watch chain in two. He are successful in doing so. brought us some tllthy lucie. PROPERTIES FOR SALE. Tiik fascinating Mies May Adams, of be extra fine, tho bicycle rnces are go- had $50 in his pocket aud being convinFarm of 100 Acres at Rowland, j Grays, was on Tuesday's train en routo ing to bo hotly contested and when the ced that the attack wns made for the Lincoln couuty. 6 Karuiot 410 Acres on Dix Itiver, four miles band begins to play, averybody with his purpose of robbery and having nothing from Staniord , to llnrrodsburg to visit friends. Jf.ooo. on pike, 7. Miss Eva Bcciianak, of Crab Orchard, cousins and his sisters nnd his aunts with which to defend himself, he took to Stanford; 35 per Karm 135 acres. jM miles from acre; will be there. arrived yesterday to attend the fair, and his heels. Hommel swore that they 17. Karm and Mill property, 95 acres, 00 Dix Rner, 4 miles from Stanford: very desirable propis the guest of Miss Esale Burch. n Another cave-i- in Cumberland Gap went to tho place to meet a woman and erty. onVred low. Price and full description on application. Mikh Fannie Shanks returned from 18. Very desirable and well improved property Tunnel killed Win, Bash, of Brodhead, that while fooling with the pistol it went at Highland; 30 acres; 5,ooo. Lexington yesterday, accompanied by another laborer, oft accidently, shooting Tommy as aforeJohn Wilson, and crushat Farm of 160 Acres well improved land at Misaes Lillie and Jennie Lyne, who will ed a mau named Brown so that he will said. As both had told the judge dif- Highland' f 1,300. Farm of 156 acres, miles Irom s8. 3 remain some time witti her. die. This makes four deaths since the ferent stories from the ones they swore Lancaster; J50 per acre. Farm ol 157' acres, 6 miles Mk. U. J. Lylrs took the train here 15 to, he announced in holding Mr. Homtunnel began to cave on tho 1th. It ia from Stanford; $M per acre. yesterday for his home at Xaihvillo. He giving the 36 Farm oo acres finely improved, company a great deal of trou- mel for further trial for shooting with 5 miles from Stanford; $45 per acre bad been on a visit to his wife, who !b ble owing to intent to kill that ho did not believe 37. suburban propel tynt Rowland, 36 acres, the difficulty of getting improved; with her sisters at Uustonville. hands to work. The whole thing, it is either of them and hoped that by the well number of $4,000. mountain frrmt in Lincoln A cheap IJev. J. M. Brltr, president of tlio Biid, will have to bo meeting of tho grand jury tho woman counts. Xumberof lots In Stanford some with arched. houtts A number of improved lots in Liberty, College at Glasgow, is Liberty Female might bo found to clear up tho mystery, Case county. Hull description of these properties will be glv here the guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. II. Tiik fire company was called out again if there was n woman in tho case, which en upon application He tells us that his school had yesterday. 'Hie new dwelling on Dinks. he doubted. Col. Welch appeared for JIT pupils enrolled last eession. street belonging to Miller tho defendant In place of Judge Jacobs I.. DAV'SON Mr. A. A Warhkn, who is selling the Broadens, colored, was discovered to bo and Mr. W. H. Miller assisted J. B. Pax-to- n Is a Candidate for Magistrate in the Stanfoid preEncyclopedia Britanlca, Htniln uh an in on fire and it went pell moll thither in tho prosecution. Hommel weut cinct. Pa., Tho tiro which commenced in a closet of to Danvillo last night, accompanied by tereHting letter from Ilnrrishnrg, which will appear in our next issue, as au upstairs room was gotten under con- an officer, to get a bondsman. it arrived Isst evening too late (or this. trol by time the boys arrived and little Concert. One of tho most charmingJt'DOK llOHKLT B0M Blltl VillCCHt or no tjamsge was done. It is thought ly pleasant entertainments that tho peoBoreing; of Loudon, J. A. Craft, of that n little son of JiiuGreenleaf'sBtruck ple of tho West End havo had tho opand James W. Fox, of Big Stone a match while playing in tho closet. portunity of enjoying for many n day yes'erdny attending a Gap, were here meeting of the Cumberland Valley Ijuh! An excursion for the benefit of the 0. was tho concert nt the Christian church Co. W. B. M. Society of Turneraville Chris- in Uustonville Tuesday night. Some of ! . Mr. J. T. Carbon, wife and Mieses tian church will leave Junction City for tho best talent In that section took part Behsiu and Sara Snyder, of Louisville, Mammoth Cave next Tuesday, 21th, at and it was indeed n concert of tho highHre hero to uttend the fair and are guest 1.20 i: m. returning on the 20th. Fare, est order. Tho nroceeds which nmmint- - ' ... ...wv.. ,v Dm They drove iuchiding hotel bill at the Cavo and ad- ixl tnntimir Jfl ... v w v, lnir..,lo icimii iKJn ill no of MrB Maggie Portman. ing tho Christian church and tho enterthrough from Anchorage and were two mission and guides, $12,75, tho lowest ditys on the road. I will offer privately lor tho next 30 dayr, and rate ever obtained from this bection. A tainment which was for a most excellent of Missea Virginia general invitation is extended to all cause was liberally patronized. The first it not sulJ then, I will otfer at public auct.on, on With the exception Jackson and Sue Baughman, there will who may wish to visit one of the world's on the program was n duet by Missis 28, 1894, ro n new faculty at the college next greatest curiosities at a nominal rate. Dollio AVilhams nnd Margaret Bennett On the promises at Harrodsburi;, Ky , at 10 A. M,, Miss Eiuum L. Martin, of GallaFurther information can be had by ad nnd wns nrtisticnlly executed; Mies Mintin, will take the place of Miss Josephine dressing tho president of the society, nie Dinwiddio then very creditably sang My Complete Livery Stable Es"II Boccaccio," after which camo tho beauForrest; Miss Mary K Hughes that of Mibs Lydia Lewis. tablishment, tiful guitar solo of Mr. W. K. Williams, . and Mies Edith Miss Inez. Abernathy, full line Carriages, Buggies, Skhrnade. On tho evening before the A quartette composed of Mrs. John Ride, Which comprises a Omnibusol and Titnsfer WagS. Colson that of Miss Sue Millhouaer. Phaetons Wagons, departure of Consul John II. Miller to Mrs. Henry Camnitz and Misses Morse ons, Horses and Mules, tcecther with Harness and all accoutrements and equipments for a his post in far oil" Falkland Islands, the and Bennettsang with much credit "Sum- livery stable. CITY AND VIPINITY. the For many years my livery stable Stanford Brass Band serenaded him. Ho mer Fancies" nnd afterward Miss Mary leadlngone In Harrodsburg, and has has beenlarge done a prices on cutlery for one week. attempted to acknowledge tho courtesy Lusk delighted the audience d flourishing business. health, Stkcial with a have decided to sell out Owing to my illbusiness and quit tbo I W. H. Wearen it Co. and good will that the incident mani- the recitation, "Tho Angels and the and wind up ray aflairs. At the same time the MAGNIFICENT STABLE BUILDING will be Wanted. Nice, yellow country but- fested, but ho was overcome with emo- Shepherds." Tho duet of Mrs. K. J. leased or tented. Full information on applicaR. E. COLEMAN. tion and couldn't articulate. His broth- Lyles and Mrs. L. F. Hutlman was ap- tion. Harrodsburg, Ky. ter. Farria it Hardin. 3$ er, Hon. W. II. Miller, came to hie res- plauded to the echo. Little Miss Anno pat- cue, however, and very nicely spoke Lkxinoton Cream and Stanford the Cook Huflman both surprised nnd de- San Francisco Portland. thanks that tho warm hearted man could lighted her hearers with a couple of vioent flour at Higgins .it McKinney'e. . . not express. "Happy Jnck" has legions lin boIos which would hnve been a credit Fresh stock of candies, cakeB, bananas, of friends here, who will ever feel a kind- to one many yenra her senior. "I Am A ifcc,, for tho fair at Higgins it McKin. ly interest in him and wish him health King O'er Land and Sea" by Tilden Cook ney'a. and happiness. was welcomed with prolonged applause -- VIA.. and ho wns also forced to appear again. get a splendid dinner at Mrs. You can Pkbkoritkd iiib DiAruitAtiM. About Will Hays' table on the fair grounds for 2 o'clock Sunday morning, Mr. W. E. Little Howard Camnitz and Angle Carmn. - VJIV" 1.... n twtnl "It... penter very cutely sang "Tit for Tat" nnd OU COnia. nci -mm. Anion heard n noise in tho treo his Miss Dollio Willisms t followed with a Tiik Jellico nnd Laurel ininerH, who chickens were accustomed to roost nnd beautiful vocal solo. Tho nialo quar(); tCUISVIltC MlWAl8AHT CHICAC3 Ru(r have been out on a strike, have agreed to gutting his gun, went out to investi- tette composed of Messrs. Diuwiddie, gate. As he advanced some ono in tho King, Prowitt and return to work next Monday. Diuwiddie was good PULLMANSAND tree fired nt him with n pistol and he as was the recitation of Mrs. A. S. PARLOR CABS. Rob Lancaster lUcord, of the 13th, banged nwny in the direction The of tho ONLY LINE FROM LOIMSVII.LE came tearing in yesterday, looking like Hash with both barrols, londod with duck ertson whoso reputation as an elocution, ist ia too well known to need comment. it had been in tho Chicago strike. - DINING - CARS. Bhot. Tho man continued to lire nt him i "That is Lovo" by Mr. W. R. Williams, RUNNING school in District No. L, in tho aud he fell back in good order to reload. nnd "Mia Picciorella" by Mrs. Robert J. WRI1E TO The Win. Logan neighborhood, will begin Whon ho returned there was no Bign of Lyles were executed with much credit E.H BACON, D. P. A.. F. J. UEED.G. PA Chicago, HI. Louisville, Ky. next Monday with Mips Allio Surber as his man up tho tree or olaowhero. Tues- and were followed with rounda of apday Mnrshal Newland heard of Iko teacher. plause. The delightful entertainment St. Paul. Denver. being Bhot in tho leg and putting As a final request let us insist that this and that together he hunted him uo closed with nn instrumental duet by the : you do not miBS the lino show of stock and put himjin jail. He is bndly wound- Misses Powoll which gave evidence of hotly coutested bicycle racea at tho ed with bIx or eight large shot in his leg. much skill nnd practice. A excellent and AT OTTENHEIM. supper given at Christian College by the nnd Stanford Eair He claims that O'Dear shot htm, but ho young ladles of the Christian Endeavor Beginning ou the let Monday in Lost on tho Danvillo nnd Stanford hns boon in Indiana a month or more. followed and it "was greatly enjoyed 180,4, and on each first Monday thereafter,March, a stock a lady's gold watch with Logan is a vory bad egg. Ho has been Tho prettiest girls in that section acted Market will be held at Ottenheim for the sale pike, Saturday, oi Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs. Persons havreward, in jail repeatedly for nearly every crime black eilk guard. Finder will bo Stan-foras waiters and with the bountiful supply ing stock to ell or those wishing to buy are invitfrom murder and rape down to petit lar- of good tilings to eat one could not have ed to attend. There will be no charge to any ed by returning it to K. 0. Warren, W.M. LAN'DGRAFF, body. ceny. ; gone away hungry had be so desired. Ottenheim, Ky . Interior Journal Staniord Fair, July ' in rednction ... 19 and 20. Anything and everything in the Jewelry line, for 30-da- y m FAIB DANKS', -- S-- ONLY.- WEEK 9 ... : The : Jeweler. : CliOSE, W CLOSE I 0T Tfc to-da- y. Shall be the cry from now on until every piece of HIJMMKM a WW- m w W s TJli m ht Ku-ple- y, (GCMOT . vice-preside- Is gone irom our shelves. It is usely to give prices, but we will call attention to a lot of 35c French Ginghams at 15c and a lot of Sum mer Woolen Dress Goods reduced 33 per cent, and our light weight Summer Clothing y, REAL ESTATE. MILLER HELM, MUST .' BE SOLD. Ten-niMtee- r, m Com-miosion- er 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 Make Things Red Hot Until-these goods are sold. You will find it greatly to your interest to come at once before all the bargains are gone. HUGHES & TATE. corn-fiel- g, t'"' s Itlue-Gras- Ulue-Gra- ss Wake Up, Pull Yourself Together, Unloose Your Purse String and take ad- vantage of the Most Illue-Gra- ss nine-Gra- Illue-Gra- ss EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS- Goods in every department have been greatly reduced in order to Hus-tonvil- lo Our Stock of Summer Goods. CLOSE OUT. You can't afford to miss it. Our plan W. A Strictly CASH To All. 2nd, One price to all. 3rd, When we advertise goods we have them. 4th. Best goods for the least money. 5th, Ixhi-iavill- e, BIG LIVERY BUSINESS A FULL STOCK ON HAND. 6th, We buy from responsible firms for cash and sell at rock bottom pricea. Give us a trial and you will be our customer in the future. .- ..:. For Sale! BlEVJlflMAflfClE W. II. Higgins. -- 8 & of- - 8 gRro mb-Bio- n. Saturday, July W. B. McKinney. Besides our Regular Line HARDWARE I &c. , first-cla- ss we will keep a fine assortment of Staple and Fancy Such asJSugars, Coffees, Molasses, Flour, Meal, Lard, Bacon, Beef, Can Goods, Pickles, Spices, Candies, Cakes, Oranges, Lemons, Bananas in fact, GKOOERIE first-class . World's Fair Record. CHICAGO m EVERTHING HIGGINS & McKINNEY. .- h r Mfflrni To make your table full of eatables. Butter, Fggs, &c, taken in exchange for goods. To reduce our stock, special prices will be offered for the next 30 days. Come and see us. i ,,, Lo-ga- u O'Brien Wagons AITS STOCK: MARKET to-d- 1 Canton Chil'd Plows. FARRIS & HARDIN. ' Stanford, Ky. d. f.f?i&arieifc k.K iyi j"L.-e- j i syi ty" 'mWt?r,, ;& lt35T5STP WF&MV. UrSSflStfFSF r ly accentuating her really good points? Semi-Week-:- Interior POWDERS AND Is a candidate for Censtablo in the Huitonvtllc Can I in my heart oaro less for tho Precinct. Election November neat Two iloors above Post Othce. Always on hand worldling who breezily inquire after for Published Every Tuesday and Friday MRS. FRANK LESLIE MAKES A PLEA my health hero than mo tho saintly per-foThe Nobiest and Nicest Goods? G. D. SMILEY who preaches to A. G. HUFFMAN, Pror. about my ? AT FOR ARTIFICIALITIES. Prices lower than the Can be had in the market This remind mo of a littlo dam-pe- l It a candidate lor Justice ol the Peace in the $3 IMSK, YKiVKIX ADVANCE I am preparout G A Mourning goods a specialty. Call and precinct, I know who in always making de- edHaving liouKht customers Peyton, bet ol Milk democratic party. subject to the action ol tho lowest before buying to turniah my with the examine SWWhen not opaid S2.60 will be charged." S A Wild riruTir Vrrmi Kvitlc MAIIV 11AV1S DlniiEUAR. lightful "breaks, " nnd whoonco inquir- fiom the purest breuu of Stanlord, Ky Mrs. Kate Dudderar, Munag-- r lili-of Distinction K'ciliif ed, "Mother, what part of heaven do COMMERCIAL III.OCK JL. B.ADA SIS, Good Manners. Up .Al'prarnnro pooplo go to who aro good, but not Duly In " At the prices already estallishcd. Milk delivered in Stanton! and Rowland twice per day Art Applied to l.tlilc. Is a candidate for Justice of the Peace in the precinct; subject to the action of the demKeeping up appearances is surely an Verticil Feed Sswin? Kiclines I will alio stand my thoroughbicd Jersey Hull, ocratic party. iCop right, l&H, Lj AriiTlcnn Press AkmkvIa- excusable affectation. It is on tho hide tlnn.l 'When necessary. n good example. of What good Siiaflrc St. Are tho became 'hcv run lighter and can do T KEN men conceal is not their virtues, whilo (Subject to Utgntry) nKreater variety of work than any other sewing machine. The bad men pay virtue tho compliment ut At TWO DOLLARS AND A HALF the season. The ptesent Constable, is a candl late for K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. A. U HUFFMAN. least of disguising themselves in her in the Stanford prectuct. subject to the action Lincoln County ot the democratic party. Election In November. Ladles naves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning pomblance. Assume a virtuo.if Ttita outward lie asksyour support. Are cordially invited to call at the H Asaph you havo it not. Doubtless it is best, on Hotel and eiatnlne the machine, as well as tarn local time card. that a public career should so McMUKRAY IIROa, pies of Its work Stantard, Ky frequently show of tho person who has ij it As administrator of the late A. O Watkins, 37 Pm Mail tram going North -l will sell to the hlsheit bidder, on the premises, .. .. iJjpm South " " lived it, like his epitaph, after death, two miles East ot Yoemite, Casey county, en 11 31 P IXxnrais traia " South Not what Lo wn, but what ho should havo " North .............33- amDR. W. B. Ucu. . .936 Cocal rreight North FRIDAY, JULY 1804. J07P m South. The gulf between tho apparent and The following described personal The, latter traini alio carry passengers. property, DcutlNt. tho actual is not so impossibly wide. Four mares, high bred trotters, 0110 coll, one The, abort it calculated od standard time. Solar , year old mule, one yoke of oen, two Office South Md Main St., In office recently 34 To bo something and to appear it aro sheep, Iraa Ii about to minutei falter. fa mine implements, 17 head of hops, vacated by Dr., Lee F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. indeed two quito different matters, yet boutcDold goods, Ac. DEALHH IN QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Tkrms.-AAll in our timo the latter is often thu step- - over that II sums of $10 and under cash.Nego amount a credit ol three moths. p s to th0 formcr- .no tiable paper, payable in the National Hank of ))R ETTY as a plo- Going North trains pa Junction City at Veitibule starts 6 a. in. Vesa gorgeous iauno 01 ar- - Hiutonwlle. : J ture!" wo often hoar , VSLU Parties indebted to the estate mutt settle, while tibule Limited 335 p. m Local t:io p. rn. Florida OOlllO . .. ..Dralers n ........ pmiOhOpllOW ImVO those havinc claims against it must preseut them Mlthnsinstin trsnna ' "IlCiailllOS. Limited 3:13. a. m. ulcrtnkcu to Pvo to us that modern properly proven by day ol sale. South-- N O. Vestibule 11 S p. m Florida exclaim at sight of a . m. EDWARD ALCORN, Admr. Limited ii:i.u m Local ti:ss fair laudscapo or a beautiful faoo. Tho ' fo"""1"0 lovo is entirely a prwiuct 01 Vestibule arrives S:so p. m. speaker's genuino appreciation, then, is latter day esthetics, dovelopetl from tho evidently for pictures rather than for 'ftuttio chivalry of tho middlo ages, GENERAL REPAIR SHOP. Ky. tho actual things which tho picture ' Certainly tho passion portrayed in tho of antiquity, though ho- . YOU ARE.. more or less truthfallv represent, and ePlc3 nnd Upholstering Lounges, Mattrrsics, Rocking roic enough, is far grosser, moro sinis Chairs and all kinds his compliment to nature is in conseol quence lamentably left handed. But na- ter and moro material than tho exqul-eitsentiment, tho "love that is passion's Furniture Repaired, ture can stand it well enough, and tho t smjust bsck from the cities with a large and in well sentiment underlying such a sponta- essence," fen-i- Itousseau, for example, or And Varnished. Prices to suit the timet. Call Candies, Nuts. Tobacco, Cigars. sell selected stock of MILLINER V, which I will cheaper than ever. Aliu Laura Jarhoe, a su exaltation of Tennyson. andsreraeat 11. C. Kupley'a old stand opposite neous expression is very human and nat- tho fine, pernor tilmmer Irom Cincinnati, has engaged with Strault's Tin Snop. rae and I can guarrntee satisfaction In every par ural. Thero is indeed almost invariably No; lovo in our era is, as compared JOIINT. IlLANKENSIIIP. almost anything tlcular. (.'all aad see my goods. Main Street, Stanford, Ky. Headquarters lor 35.1m an instinctive justice behind social tra- with tho classic days of old, far moro MISS LICCIE 1IEAZLEV, delicate, far more spiritual and far more ditions and popular prejudices. In this Stanford, Ky. artificial. Today tho adorer beholds tho When you vantjafirst-clas- s caso tho fact is that tho picturo is a simyou want. A. S. adored ono encircled with such a nimplified adaptation of nature to tho genBBBlTJ SURGEON DENTIST. eral comprehension. In a successful pic- bus of ideality as can only bo approachflhsolateJy meal for 25c, call on him. ed by a somewhat kindred perfection; Office over McRobtrts Drug Store In the turo much is made of tho salient feaOwsley Building. tures whioh pleasantly strike tho eye, henco a studious concealment of deStanferd and everything else is eliminated, for fects n sudden bourgeoning out of qualA cream of tarter baking pow- the sight, liko tho other senses, and liko ities, a general putting on of grace. der. Highest of all in leavening the heart itself, has its own predilections And, on tho other side, tho adored ono is probably making strength. Latest United States aud antipathies, which it subtly imposes efforts to appear equally strenuous Stanford, Ky. in a favorable, even upon the reason. It is tho discriminatGovernment Food Report. ing selection and adjustment of theso though artificial, light. Thus wo see am now ready to delitei manufactured Ice artificiality noblest trom customers ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., outward nihilities, then, that constituto of a strivingin its tho ideal.aspect that every the Stanfordat Factory to ef FIFTV regularly mernlug the rate CKNIS after tho main function of art. And social arl ?l rtKia.MiKtlM'UU.M) LUlband ovrr.and But aro not such ideals predestined at 73c in smaller lots. 106 Wall Street, New York. SUGGEST tificiality is simply art applied to ethics, 10 E. IlllEMElt, Stafford. to the minor morals and manners of ev- to disillusion and disappointment? DisAll Vlndi of Carriage and lluggy Topi, Daihei eryday life; henco tho unanimous pref- illusion, no doubt. But why bo uugrato- and Fenders ful? Why expect too much? Tho denoueerence of mankind, particularly women MYERS HOUSE P. B. RILEY.lProprletor, . .. r.r a REPAIRED AND RECOVERED of course, as tho old phrao has it, man- ment of a happy dream is necessarily tho - Kentucky. kind embraces women for tho Buave awakening, yet I fancy all will admit London, s style and at Satisfactory Prices. Refreshing Bath Hot or Cold, In conventionalities of art over tho crude that in such caso 'tis better to havo so DeNARDI, JOHN I hare moved to my new Hotel and am betttr dreamed and A styll'h Halt Trim or Clsin Shave, go to Carnage Painter and Trimmer, prepared than ever to accommodate the public verities of nature. It was easy to seo havo dreamed weakued or than never to StaUsrd Ky. tfiau to havo at all Good Livery attached and every convenience p. W. CREEN, Prop. that Alphonso Karr had been a philosoCook fc Ffirmor'a Barbor Shop. Give me a call. pher before ho turned florist when ho had bad dreams. Lovo is tho dream, FRANK RILEY. 77 which th said, "Few women lovo flowers, but all marriage tho waking. Quito pertinently This stable, Myers Is run n connection withwltt Ladies, Your Attention, Please. House, has been supplied ; does Byron ask: are fond of bouquets." Milllnory A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, Flowers themselves aro highly sus- ' Think ou If Laura had oven Petrarch's wife My Stock Ho would havo written fonnets all UN life? P.'W GHF.EN. Proprietor. ceptible to tho ameliorating influences Buggies, Wagons, Of course not. Thero was something of artificiality. Compare tho wild flowthing pretiy and stylish. I have engaged Miss : : : Kentucky. rummer's Supplies and Is belter than ever Julia Stitt,of Cincinnati, to trim lor rae Sie is a ti ers with tho cultivated exotio or oven palpably artificial about Petrarch's well prepaid nupply the public with lady of much espenence and Ustc and Is sure to suug devotion to tho lovely Provencal. A"-""-with tho favorites of tho garden aud RIQS OF.ALL KINDS I am still running But tho world is agreed that this imthis Hotel anJ boo how tplendidly naturo acknowlwill continue to give my gurstt the puliusl alien edges, with what richness of bloom nnd mortal fantasy wns worth quite as much Personal and promptattention given to Weddings tion as well as the best the msrket afford i. as tho solid reality possessed by Laura's Parties and Ilutials. incense of odor, tho ministering attenP. V. GREEN, husband, JL do Sade, who was n compecial Attention to the Traveltions of art. How immeasurably tho AL11URNS, Manager. Proprietor monplace and rather morose bourgeois ing Public. Parma violet surpasses the modest dogtooth of tho wood! Whilo of Aviguou. Junction City Post-OfflcBreeder and shipper of When you want a turnout come to my What is duty? That which we exact that dainty wild roso, tho eglantino, IIOYLECOL'NTV. KY. of others, wittily answers Dumas fils. Thoroughbred Duroc Red Jersey when called by somo other for example, with a fine Well, ono of the things wo aro most Hogs. 1ST, 1894. Prices to suit the hard times. Call or lease otdcr pedigreo of artificiality behind it real- certain to exact of others is good manat the Myers House Omcc Tigs from regitt :red stock for sale, from the best ly does smell far sweeter. This, of ners. Good manners, liko charity, shouldIllinois. Call and examine my herds in Ohio and The Linnietta Springs Co. lakes pleasure in ancourse, is no disparagement to tho dewy begin at home. Wo must sut a good oxherd or address R. II. Bronaugh, Crab Orchard. me nounciogtoltspaironanupopularpuwus and have amplo in this respect, especially wo wo- Co o eglantine, which is charming in its rewrl that they have leaied this chsrge of Capt. Thorn-placed the management in wilds. All I claim is that tho com- ' men, whoso prerogative of administer.IK YOU ARE GOING., uH.r.1. whew tiroverblal politeness and at Or STANFORD, KY., parison certainly does not slight the ing tho unwritten laws in polite society tention iniuies pleasure and comfort to Its C"" . aud iu .,matters of tasto I beliovo oven " win ui queenly Jacquc. The culinary department Richards,uimw quali- Is now fully org soiled and ready (or business witk whose cUI charge of Mrs Sallie .THE So tho rule runs all tho way up to our most churlish critics havo not as fications are too well known in that capacity to Paid up Capital of $200,000. yet challenged Tho flvo talents of women and women. High bred is high valneed comment In thia notice man, according to Raskin, aro thoso Surplus, . ued everywhere. War has repeatedly 21000. MUSIC. demonstrated that tho city man he of which enable her, first, to please people; SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL second, to feed them iu dainty ways; A uood Band hai been employed tor the season. the nervous tension and artificial life HANK OK STANFORD, special There will. be dancing very evening and opening Now closing up) with the . has better soldier stuff iu him than tho third, to clotho them; fourth, to keep L'.i,i...L.ninr The crand itv assets and under the same management. ball Friday evening, June ij. horny handed patriot fresh from tho them orderly, and, fifth, to teach them. Ily provuloni of In chiller, depositors are as Pray, how is sho to fulfill all or any of LOUISVILLC t NAtHVIlLC R. R. LINNIETTA SI'Klus uu., rrop , fully protected as aie depositors in National plow. Banks, its shareholders being held individual Thomas Riciad, Manager lays tho foundation of all theso duties if yon deny her tho right to Naturo liaolc to the cstcnt ol the amount of their stock cxerciso her supremo tnlent, tho ono therein st the par value thcreol, in addition to the beauty, moral and physical, but sho la the line for you, as its amount invested in such shares. It may actaa does not bestow tho cachet of distinc- which inspires all tho rest, her taleqt CRAB ORGHAHD ciccutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as o an individual. tion. A Parisian grando damo oncoFaid for artificiality, for tho arts of affectation To those who cntruitcd their buisiness to us Make close connections at in my hearing to Mrs. C, a fair Amer- and dissimulation? Virtue itself fails while mnaglng the Lincoln National Hank ol iu gentleunless Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI ican who prided herself upon that won- to please grace, it bo clothed Edgeworth and. as .Miss trust they will continue to transact their business For all points. drous lily and roso complexion which ness and with us, offering at s guarsnlee for prompt ansa has told us, even vice lores half its evil THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. the lato Horace Greeley bequeathed to tion to aame, our twenty years' espcrience is BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH banking andai liberal accommodationi as are cos all his daughters: "But, my dear, you by losing all its grossness, For any information enquire of sittent with sound banking. On tho masculino side take tho Duo should uso powder. Not that yon need RICH. Agent, JOES. : do Morny's succinct illustration of poStanford, Ky Or it for beauty's sake or to nuiko your W. A. McQUOWN, Trav. Pass. Agent, J J. Williams, Mt Vernon; liteness. "A polito person," he declarskin whiter no! but it softens tho b. II. Shanks, Maufoid; Junction City, Ky Crnl Orel nM, "0 eclat of color and takes away tho shino. ed, "is ono who listens with interest to J. S. Owsley, Stanford; things ho knows all about when thfy ' All tho differenco between a dairymaid A. G. Lanham John B. Cattleman. S J, Kuibry, Stanford; To the Public -"- ince its discovery by Daniel are discussed by a person who knows Hoone nearly a century or more ago. the locality and n duchess!" J II. Owsley, Stanlord; has len the Mecca of ol Crab Orchard nothing about them. " Then tho politehealing Civilized life at this present stago of J. F. Casb, Stanford; health and pleasure seekers. V itn Its likp home waters, oroide almoxphere and eLerated aud William Gooch, Stanlord; tho comedy is us full of intricately in- ness of tho man of thu world, which in It at once affords to the A. W. Carpenter, Mlllcdgevills, Ky terwoven artificialities as n bank noto truth stands for our modern chivalry,delilitateda Hope and a outis obviously incompatible with W, 11. Cummins, Preachersville, is of silken threads and fibers. ParadoxThe lclnity abounds with scenes to charm the for tne S. II. Shanks, President Painter and tinpire tne Poet, Mylvau walks ically hpeaking, the.o nssuro its genu- spoken unartiflciality. the weary. Howling, Lover, embowered Ini 0' Dr. J.ll. Owsley, Cashier, In tho matter of hospitality this quesineness. From tho most trivial affectaiui ...u ...... .. HiMlsriianu wancuiK n W. M Hright, Teller tion touches us very nearly. Did you and Hunting tor the sportsmen, hspecial atten tions of speech and personal adornment AND " .."-- . $3 tofij per week. I or tion is Kiven From concerns of life, death ever feel your heart warm to the winto tho awfulcst Terms moderate. further aud tho hereafter wo progress through ning effusion of a houthern welcome NATIONAL BANK Pror. Crab Orchard, Ky. ' Rich a series of discoveries of things be- and half unconsciously contrast it with OF STANFORD, KY. &CASTLEMAN ing not at all what they seem that wo tho glacial "sincerity" of tho reception may well ponder over Berkeley's theory you got when you first presented your-r-el- f MANAGERS, Capital Stock ns a stranger somewhere in Eng- ID. of tho unsub'itantialiiy of tho universe. tho Surplus Commerce Building, Louisville Form and fact bear about tho sanio re- land, for instance? Not but that At the weil.kuown old stand ol J. II. Green, in SOLD TO lation to each other as tho lines in a English hospitality was truo hcartod Attention of the public is invited to the fac Agents throughout the South. the only ALL POINTS: Hustonvillo, - - Kentucky. that this is provisions National Hank in Stanford perspective drawing do to thoso of ma- and genuine, but, alas! it was masked Under the of the National Hank Act in that stony British formality which terial objects. depositors are lecured not only by the capital beautiful line of Has just recened a OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, W. A. TRIBBLE, Local Agent, j Why, then, rail at artificialities or as a matter of fact is quito us preposteritock, but bv the stockholders' liability tor an amount equal so WISCONSIN, vanities, as they are called iu tho caso ous an affectation as tho superficial ex STANFORD. KY Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. this Institution to the stock, by athat depositors ol arc secured fund of $400,000 travagance with which all Anglo SaxFive sworn statements of thecondition of the bank of mot women, or hypocrisies or foiCall and see his stock and get his prices which are made each yearto the United Sutes governMISSOURI, KANSAS, ons reproach all Latins. If you desiro bles, in tho caso of somo men? For peo are lower than anybodys. II jou waut a nice set ment and Its assets are examined at stated times by government agents, thus securing addititooa ofhsruesi, a whip or a duster. ple, particularly writing and lecturing really to appreciate them both, to enjoy NEBRASKA, COLORADO, Hinder Twine for sale. and perfect safety to depositors. rMrmln nf linfli urrj ir mil nr tlirtm your visit for all it is worth, you must This institution, orli'inslly established as the lream of taking either ono or tho ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, constantly, though unprofitably enough . Deposit Hank of Stanford In i8j8, then THOMASYEAGER, otl"-'ued as the National Hank ol Stanford in 1S03 and of them Morally at his word. JAMES YEAGER. . unless iu a pecuniary sense. Mot of Tested Remedy TEXAS, again reorganised as the First National Bank ol u j.ei us ueprecute av iu thc-Stanlord in iSii, has had practically an unintertake their cuo from Carlylo, of For Ail , rupted existence of conventional tirades against convention-years. It is better supplied whom R. H. Hutton significantly reS0UT3-WEHOlTH-WES- T, now with facilities for transacting business prompt SE WEST, marks in a recent essay that ho was for- alitj, against artificiality. If by forco ly and liberally than ever before in its long and STABLE, FESD AND honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduever fulminating in righteous wrath of repetition thoy end by almost por-- 1 FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solic- conscience, fcuading us against our own o against shams, but never becamo Special Hates to Commercial Men. AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. wo can tako refngo in tho sterling max-- ' The Directory of this Dank is composed ol over any truth. STANFORD, KY. THE BEST ROUTE TO THE A reliable cure for Contagious Foreitus Reid, Lincoln county; After all, the main motive of the thou- im of Amiel that human kindness is tho Blood Poison, Inherited ScroS. T. Harrii, Lincoln; II you need livery give us a call. Nothing but sand aud ono amiable littlo deceptions first principle of tact, and respect for r fula and Skin Cancer. G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; turnouts will leave our stable. See us s practiced by everybody except tho unco others' feelings the primary condition 'UlLMAN VESTIBUIEO COACHES, Aa a tonic for delicate Women lor rates. In our J. W, Ilayden, Stanford; of savoir vivro. guid is to please us to please, or at and Children it has no equal. S.H. naughman,Lmcoln; SLEEPING AHD DINING CAR! HARNESS SHOP least to avoid displeasing, thoonlooking Being purely vegetable, is harmJ. S . Hocker. Stanford; find a Rood assortment of Harness, BriTHAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE SEE world. Is t.lo wearing of a wig more less in Its effecta. Vou will W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; dles, Saddle..&c. Have your repairing done by A treatise on IUood and Skin Disimmoral than a public display of nude M. D, Elmore, Stanford; MORFOLKWESTERN RAILROAI our man he understands his buiioess. We have a eases mailed niEK on application. T. P. Hill, Stanford. cranium iu tho frout parquet of a theamechanic in our Druyaltts Setl It. CHEAPEST, BEST AND QUICKEST LINE. K. L. Tanner, McKinnty; ter? Who will maintain that a stayleas, BLACKSMITH SHOP. CO., SWIFT SPECIFIC M. J .Miller, Ml. Vernon. Descrlptn shapeless woman receives or deserves Write for Rntes. Maps, workj and satisfactory J S. Hocker, President; Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. Will guarantee Sashes nr? always pretty for summer, 'arapbletk, to any fetation akoiii, or w moro deference in public than one who prices, Tiy our horse ahoer. M.F. BRAGG, AllCN HULL, John J, McRoberta, Cashier; W. has tastefully mude good the deficieu-cie- s and they an here nj.ein. They coino in Ua'l B. BCVILL. Agents for Deentig lit, III. I'JlMf.irr tt Tra.illKtf if machine on earth. Machiues, the lightest draft .v. A. McKipney, Assistant Cashier. IIUlUkE,S. of nature, while at the tame timo gauze, chiffon, muilin or ribbon. (0 LI nil I k,0. n(mukL,i. it -- .fl M Jourm WIGS. Jersey Dairy; J. A. SHANNON, MIXjXjX-EI- R 75T I u hero-after- llus-tonvll- la I'rrnch-woninii- S OR 8 PAGES. agree-nblo?- Jersey Cows, of llus-tonvil- I l Mm Lambert, I J. EDICT, he-i-t ''"l an. the-whol- e, Administrator's Sale 27th, of ..- 1 I I I R. Zimmer, PENNY to-w- it: -- co-s- lol-(- Hlue-Gra- ss "0 s r" " Fancy Groceries, Higgins & Watts, Stanford, ( P- - Blue-Gras- s td Foreign and Do All Kinds of Coal, Respectfully Invitd. I o mestic Fruits, d m. Powder J PRICE. -- Pure 1 ICE, ICE. R ZIMMER. I TOPS. 5r n - THE RILEY HOUSE MTTERX STABLE n First-clas- 11 d. ia-t- 1 well-know- of Tho Myers House, n Stanford, -- FIRST-CLAS- S 1 21. H. Bronnugk, to Linnietta Park Springs, e, firit-cla- ss I name-Jacque- minot, OPEN JUNE LIVERY STABLE. na-tiv- I ....., Farmers Rank&Trnst 1. XORTH WEST, - ''t Double Daily Trains t ft SEASOTOF 1894: DlKic-roHs- ROYAL OP LIVERPOOL. , nsurance Company ' NORFOLK RAILROAD. BARBEE WESTERN TICKETS FIRST S. CAHFEITTEB,, .- $200,000 21,300 j 5 SssssssssS S Swift's Sptcsfic S s s s Blood and Skin s s Disuses s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s Issssssss; 2.-- -t an r t" YEAGER & YEAGER, S1 euthu-aiaiti- Ml MD NORTH AND EAST. first-clas- jto 'MC Tiuie-Tnblc- first-cla- ss l'r !'. SUt--i iL