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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894072401 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. 'Try -- -' .57' ' ST' s .i riniTk t. ( -- r 'It .e" - ' l - - . J - ' Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxii. CRAB ORCHARD. THE STANFORD FAIR. Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. JULY 24. 1894. NO. 41 M.S. Baughman, 1st, Matt Cohen, 2d, HUSTONVILLE. W. M. Rue, 3d. Mr. U. H. Lokiui left Siwilny to visit Those who predicted that the Stanford Several hero will take advantage of BeBt saddlo mare or gelding, (Stake); 7 retail ven in Mispouri. tho cheap rates to Mammoth Cave. Fair would be n failure were right nominations, 2 entries. Ball Bros'. Kato Mr. Grove Kennedy, Jr., is on a visit HH finances A crowd stormed Mr. E. R. Powell, Hre concerned, but Malloy, C. C. Carpenter's Fanny Mac. 1894. 10 old friundn in Grab Orctinrd. Monday night, and tripped the light fan they went wide of the mark otherwise. IIICVCLE RACES. Itev. William Cuytcrulnll will nsch The attendance was small, particularly Thirty Professors and Instructors; Nine Courses of Study, as foltastic till tho wee Bina' hour. Three mi'e dash; 3 ontries. Bowen at the Baptist church Wuilnmlny nttsht. on the tlrst day, and as a conariienco Agricultural, Scientific, biological, Chemical, Civil EngineerAs usual, n delegation from this lows: VnnArsdale, 1st, James Saufloy, 2d, Sam .Mr. V, A. Caraon and wlfu nro place attended the county fair wh6re ing, Mechanical Engineering, Veterinary, Clasaical, Normal School. the association, which irive as liberal Kmbry, 3d. Time 10.0S. ovtr the nrrivnl of their flrpt Hon. premiums as if times had been easy, COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. hospitality reigned supreme. , Hnlf mile heats, 2 in 3; 4 Tim Btichnnnn, n worthlcBH ncKro, will lose money, but how much it is not We heartily congratulate Mr. W. D. Board in dormitories $2.25 per week; in private families S3. 50 to 4.00J 1st, Dawhurflt, 2J, SUrkey, 3d. raised n row up on Plank ntreet, Satur- yet known nnd will not be until the Weatherford over his success at the fair. For Catalogues apply to Time LIS, 1:22. Mai; Owsley's arm in Rev- - lumber and some day, nnd broko "Button" is hard to beat, being a thing other things are disJAS. K. PATTERSON, Ph. D., President, Five mile handicap; 4 entries. Adams, ernl places with a chnlr. It'a a pity the posed of. It is safe however to sav that of beauty. 1st, Starkey, 2d, Hedges, 3d. Time 13:31. Lexington, Ky. town could not get rid of thippest. "Trust no future however pleasant" the stockholders will not lose more than Mile heats, 2 in 3; 5 eutries. Hedges, Mips Loreim Hardin died and was the expression of Longfellow has become 55 or $0 on tho 110 share. Tho show of buried Thursday. She had la nrippt in ....!, ,.... a. u( j , nn.l ...l.!l .!...- - .., .. let, Dewhurst. 2J, Starkey, 3 i. Time a veiity since tho reduction of the school n nn Vn mre . 2:55,3:10. nbi.v tiuu nuim the early Spring which settled on her have been more here At some of the pre per capita. 1' wo mile dash; 3 entries. Hedges, 1st, Iuuks, causitiK consumption. She was of vlotis fairs, wo are certain that It was of That Bro. Millican will bo called to a lovable disposition and will be smlly no better class. The rings were most all Dewhurt, 2d, Hopper 31. Tune 0:12. fill tho pulpit at the Baptist church this J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Ten mile handicap; 3 eutries. Adams missed by the entire community ns well well filled and the roadster rings And place is tho ardent wish of his many adas by her devoted father and sisters and stakes were particularly good. Splendid 1st, Burton,2d, Menefce,3d. Time33:40. mirers here. 4, 1894. brother, who nave her every attention order was kept and if the stockholders Burton's saddlo slipped in this race makProf. Cherry, of Bowling Green, is Full corpi of Con tervttor jr n J Normal School techert. Superior counei in Literature, that could bo possible in hope of restor- are a little behind on account of the en- ing him lose a half mile. Menefee fel here in the interest of his normal school An. Excellent boarding department. CiUlotfuei and circular! furnlthed on application. Muilc ttd ing her to health, but the summons bad terprise, they have the consolation of out at the four mile post. at that place. You who contemplate AHOUM) TUB lll.NO. cime, as it sooner or later will to us all. knowing that they Are tho promoters of taking a course of this kind should see As a ring marshal Pete Chandler is a Miss Alice Hardin is still in a precarious a fair that was a source of pleasure from him or send for catalogue. howling success. condition. Tho rarest treat Hustonvllle has ever beginning to end And of a show of stock Hustonvillo sent a good delegation, but Friday nlht the store of Mrs. I). G second to none. Below is a list of the had, namely, the concert given by the Slaughter A Son, was robbed, the tbelves winners together with the rings and might have sent n larger number. Both young ladies of Christian church have Garrard and Boyle did themselves proud. taking about 300 pound of baron, a quan- number of entriep: been invited to give it again at Stanford, In the model ring Hudson's Sadie Danville and tity of Hour nnd some wearing appnrel. Lawrenceburg, all of which I'IKSTDAr. Complete Line Lowest Prices. Graves suiTered her Jlrat defeat in that They were easily tracked, it having rain they appreciate tenfold. Up to this Mule colt either sex; 4 entries. W. U. nnd James Slaughter Burke, Boyle, premium, Jones Baugh-ma- class. Gay Bros. Highland Denmark did date no decision has been made. ed the night beforo it. armed with a search warraut nnd nlllcera, Mr. D. II. Skinner, a very worthy certificate. The Bruce brothers (Jim Ed and Mack) Examine our Elegant Line of eoon had one of the guilty parties under Mule any age; 8 entries. W. M. Stig worked iiko Trojans and are not in any farmer of Garrard, is here to see his bt st arrest. He then told who his confeder- all. J. O. Kubanks. way responsible for the fair not being a girl. W. L. Evans is here on similar busates were. John Singleton wan the party iness Both young gentlemen are disJack under 2 vears; 4 entries. H. L financial success. who waa arrested. Tart of the stolen Hubble, F. Iteid. The fancy turnout ring, with premium playing good, vea excellent taste. Miss Writing Tablets, Ladies' Correspondence Paper and Envelopes, Visgoods were found at his home, John Kidd Jack any age; entries. II. L. Hubble, by I.ntrkior Journal, was hotly contest- Louise Culbertson, of Covington, is vis. iting Cards, &c. mil John Pendleton were the other two, p. and c. ed, but the judges decision on Logan iting her grandmother, Mrs. J. E. Huffbut they have so far not been found. rennet unuer 2 yearn. B. F. Powell, Denny was a popular one. man. Dr. A. S. Price and G. A. Ryan quite an ?"te"iel! Mack Kubanks Singleton Matt Cohen had a good string and have been with their many friends here- Saturday, by trying to get away, but sev-Jenn;t ,ny Sam Ilout took his share of the premiums. He is a Mrs. Jnko Robinson, of Lancaster, is j 3 entries. Stanford, Ky. . p eral shots fired nt him, soon caused him Cr powejj, favorite with the oflicers of th fair hero visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tom Robinson. to surrender. Suckling colt by Kagle Bird; 0 entries. and is always oopular with the lookers J. B Cooke spent Sunday at home. Miss MY STOCK OF- Somerse. and ,Jroe Koberl and on. Sarah Curtis is here to spend vacation. llo , are L. II.' Hudson's Sadie Graves went Mrs. Sailio Shipman visited Miw SalHo Campbell, of Paint Lick, w , j friends in lame and did not show in the stake. As Stanford last week. visiting .Miss .Maud 1'eltus. .Mr. uamp- ... w.au .... Mrs. Cornelia tt.livrna lirmnera . ... cran . a consequence W. A. Tribble's Kato Mai Wright, and grand daughter, bell, of UvinKstoii, vistlH yrcm.ni. SaeW coU elhw. Blanche, of toy had an easier time than was expectquite often of late. Wonder ,,,,,, Calera, Ala , are visiting thp family of r09( Koyk,t ,. tv rawer, oi ,, .Mr. mil ami j 'Squire L. B. Adams. Miss Williams, of or ar and ed. s,aIIon. , Commonwealth's Attorney John Sam are boarding with Mrs. loiuam na iwi nJer ,. 4 entrit,8 Qeat Andl,01l Harrodsburg, is visiting the family of Owsley, Jr, and Ex Representative young wuies in town minK winy uro jui .. . . H. Cabbell, Green. Dr. J. T. Bohou. George Bradley, of Tablets, &c, is very large and to cuto for nnvtbing. Mr. Krutzer is1 Mare or gelding 2 years and under 3; Harvey Helm, assisted by Train Dis- Ala., is visiting his mother. Mrs. J. B. quite a musician. Misu Lniia llnyn is a 6 entries. J. W. Garrett, Woodford, patcher Critchlow, tied the strings and Adnms and daughter, Murray, are visitotherwise made themselves useful. guest of Mrs Holdam. Miss Anna Matt Cohen, Madison. ing Mr. Hugh Logan and family. Miss Secretary E. C. Walton and his assisvicitlug MUs Anna Kvans, of Danville, is Mare .. years and under 4; 0 entries. Dollie B. Williams went to Richmond, tant, J. T. Embry, filled their places ABrouaugh. Mrs. (.iaines Ulce, who lias Saturday to assist in a musical to be givMatt Cohen, Madison, M. S. BrtiighuiRn. dmirably and won praises all around. been visiting her mother, Mrs. F. V. la Mare, I years and over; 4 entries. W They are getting to be old soldiers in tho en at that place. She stopping at Mrs. Dilllon, departed for lier home in Call and See Us. M. Hue, Bovle, T. M. Clarkeon. Walker's. ' cause, having served several years. Saturdaj. Mr. Mark Hardin and HOtlHKS rOIl SAODLt: l'L'Rl'OSKS. Gay Bros, of Woodford, took in near wife are boarding at Mrs. F. V. Dilllon's. Population of Kentucky In 1890. Suckling colt, either sex; 4 entries ly $300 in premiums. Their great stal- Ailnir KdmiHtou is visiting friends Miss Nannie 13,721 Allen 13,092 Holxrtand James Woods, Miss Annie lion, Highland Denmark, again wore the at Lancaster and Hiclimond. Miss Han- Bright. 10,010 Ball aril S.300 Anderson blue in our saddlo stallion stake as well Barren nah McFall has returned from an ex21,400 Bath 12,813 Stallion, mare or gelding, 1 year and as : the blue tie in every ring he was Bell tended visit to Mrs. Baruoy Alexander, itmla. 10,312 Boone 12,240 IT flaMml! CmT0tn J antrina shown in. Beezley, who ,, nt New Liberty. Dr. W.S. 10,970 Boyd 14,033 Bourbon Pretty girls were there world without Boyle ii now in busiuera at Indianapolis, ar 12,948 Bracken 12,301 3 entries. Mare, - years and under 3; If prices are any inducement you will certainly take advantage of end. It would take this whole page to Breathitt rived home Saturday and will spend a S,703 Breckinrid;e..lS,970 W. Garrett, Woodford, Matt Cohen, J. this opportunity to buy Furniture that is unrivalled in quality and de print their names, so as tiiat is out of the Bullitt few weeks with his parents. Mr. Zacu Madison. 13,930 S.921 Butler sign. Antique Oak Dresser Suites go at Si 5; Antique Oak Cheval question, we will content ourselves by Caldwell Carson, with his wife and daughter, are 13,150 Callowav 14,025 Mare, 3 years and under 4; 2 entries. saying No. 1 Woven Wire Suites at$2o; good Cotton Mattresses at that the party, headed by Mies Giuupliell Mr. W. G. visiting Mrs. S. K. Brooks. 7,012 44,203 Carlisle Gay Bros., Woodford, Matt Cohen, Mad- Ellen Owsley, of Lancaster, would take Bed Springs $3 Cane Seat Chairs per set S3. 50; Cutting Tables 75c family, of Danville, art ison. Proctor and 9,200 Carter 17,204 Carroll spending a few weeks with Mr. J. K. 11.S43 Christian 34,118 and Si; Bed Lounges and Couches $S to S20; Chatauqua Writing' Casey Plin'ton Pony; 5 entries. W. D. the premium at any show. Mr. W. A. Tribble's Kate Malloy waa Clarko Parlor Suits and Plush Chairs Carson at their country homo. Mrs. T. Weatherforo, G. C.Johnson. 12,447 Desks $6; Baby Carriages $5 to ?io. 15,434 Clay M. Warren, of Lebanon Junction, is at Special attention paid to odd sizes 7,017 Crittendon 13,119 kept in stock and made to order. gelding; 4 entries. Ball aa pretty ns a picture and was the object Clinton Fancy mare or her father', Mr. John Warren. Mattresses of any kind made to order. The 33,320 in Window Shades. Bros., Woodford, L. 11. Hudson, Boyle. of great admiration, especially by his Cumberland.... 8,432 Daviess lady friends. She got the blue in every Kdmondson ... S,00o Elliott 9,214 largest variety of Picture Easles Moulding ever handled in Stanford. HOADSTKK KINO. LAUREL COUNTY. LOHDON, 10,830 Fayette 35,900 Picture Frames made in the latest styles of moulding. The constant Mare or gelding, any age: 7 entries. ring she appeared. In fact she is the Estill Judge T. J. Cannlfax is seriously ill great unbeaten nnd unbeatable. Mr. G. Fleming 10,078 Floyd 11,250 inflow and outflow of goods manifests my success as alow priced cash Matt Cohen, Madison, 1st, M. S. Baugh-mawith rheumatism. W. Cotlov, of Orlando, Fla., owns her Franklin 10,005 dealer. 22,207 Fulton W. M. Hue, Boyle, 3d. 2d, When you look through my stock and get my prices you can It is reported that Pal Redmond died sire, Brynn, as good a liorsu as ever left Gallatin 11,138 but say that my goods are handsome and prices BADDI.K HTALUON STAKE. 4,011 Garrard reasonable. Give nt Faris Station Saturday. 12,071 Graves 2S.534 me a call. Saddle stallion any age, 7 nominations; Kentucky and he was present to see tho Grant Henry P. Brown has a new boy at T 11.403 GravMin 1S.0S3 Green entries. Gay Bros. Highland Den- beautiful mare perform. house, which arrived Friday. his No one worked barder for the success 11,911 Hancock 9.214 mark, 1st, Gay Bros. Kentucky King, 2d, Greenup CliriH Jackson was acquitted Friday of the fair than President John Sam 0 3d. 21,301 Harlan 0,197 Hardin - Matt Cohen's, Delmonte, of the charge of assaulting Mollio HundSr., and it was remarked on all sides HKCONI) DAY. 10,439 10,914 Hart Harrison lfiV .if that ho was tho rigtit man in the right Henderson 29.330 Henry 14.104 HOUSES I'OK SADDLE lTRTOSKS. convention here l The 11.037 Hopkins 23,505 Stallion or goldimr, 2 years and um'er place. In addition to his other efforts, Hickman Friday was well attended by people from ho served dinner on the grounds both 18,210 Jellerson 1SS.59S 3; 2 entries. Gay Bros., Woodford, Matt Jackson nil over tho county. days, which was gracefully presided over Jessamine 11,027 11.2 IS Johnson Marriage licenses were issued lact Cohen, Madison. 51,101 Knott F. Beams and 5.43S Because my friends trade with me, for which I appreciate and thank Stallion, 3 years and under 4; 2 entries. by his lovely daughters, who made each Kenton week as follows: Caleb person feel that ho was the honored Knox 9,433 them very much. 13,702 Larue K, McHargue; Henry Hammock C. T. Worthincton, Boyle, Gay Brcs. Mary I don't know a better way to get your trade than guest. Such an abundnnce of lamb, ham , Laurel 17,702 to get 13,717 Lawrenceand Millio Broughton; 0. 0. Garrison Woodford. chicken, salads, cake, ices, and other Lee 0,203 Leslie 3,901 iionsKs for harness ruitrosKS. and Mnlva Helton. good thiugs, so excellently prepared, is 14.S03 0,920 Lewis Letcher Win. Green, who was shot by Bob Stallicn, 2 years nnd under 3; 3 entries. rarely teen. The last day wo counted S7 Lincoln 9,474 15,902 Livingston Cooper at the Colony tho 1th of July, Gay Bros., Woodford, Matt Cohen, persons enjoying tho feast and they rep Logan 7.G2S Thursday night. A wan ant for 23.S12 Lyon For you to select from. died Stallion, 3 and under 4; 3 entries. 0. resented only a tithe of tho number in. McCracken 21,051 McLean 9.SS7 murder was issued for Cooper tuul forvited and for whom ample preparations .Madison 9,190 24.34S Magoffin warded to tho authorities of Pulaski T. Worthiugton, Boyle, Gay Bros., Woodhad been made. The bind and all the Marion ford. .'..11,240 15.04S Marshall county. Stallion, 4 and over; 5 entries. Gay others who enjoyed tho hospitality of Martin 4,209 Mason ..20,773 A nice line of Dry Goods, Notions, Straw Hats, Caps, Fans, NeckJohn Laws, who is well known all President Owsley unite in expressions Meade French 9.4S4 Menefee....v ... 4,000 wear, Suspenders Ladies' Vests, Corsets, Hose and Shoes. who was in the photo-grap- h Bros., Woodford, W. M. Hue, Boyle. over Laurel and .', Combined mare or gelding any age; G of appreciation. .. 9.S72 Cadies, Cakes, Bananas, Nice Fresh Butter on Ice and Groceries, at 15,031 Met calf Meicer business hero for a long time, wnB 10,930 Montgomery ..12,307 Low figures for Cash. Monroe accidently drowned in Tennessee a few entries. Ball Bros., Woodford, L. II Hudson, Boyle. 11,249 Muhlenberg ..17,955 Morgan weeks ago. Gelding, 3 nnd under I; 2 entries. 10,417 Nicholas ..10,704 Nclon Dr.T. P. Caldwell has been asked If Alien riaby was slctc, we fraa her Costori. 22,910 Oldham 0,754 Ohio would accept the chairmanship of tho Matt Cohen, Madison, L. II. Hudson. he WTion she waa a Child, h cried for CastorU. Gelding 4 and over; 5 entries. A. 17,073 Owsley 5,973 Owen democratic county commltteo of Laure'. When she became Miss, she clung to CastorlA. L. II. Hudson. 10,340 Perry 0,334 Pendleton Ho will do so and thereby harmonize a 1 Combined stallion any age; 8 entries. VYhen bhu had Children, she gve them ContoriA. 4.09S 17.37S Powell Piko difference that may exist in the ranks of Gay Bros., Matt Coheu, 25,731 Hobertson 4,034 Pulaski tho faithful. Rockaway in are or geldiug; 1 entty. 9.84S Bowan 0,129 Koekcastle Tho miners and operators in Laurel 10,540 Russell S.130 Scott county have not all come to an agree- Jones Baughman, prom, and cert. A horie kiclced H. S. Shaler, ot the Freemyer Best colt either sex; 0 entries. Beaz-le- y 10.521 Simpson 10,S73 ment about work yet, but will probably Houae, Mtddleburg, N. Y on the knee, which Shelby Bros., Baughman Bros. & laid him up in bed and caused the knee to beconio Spenrer 0,700 Taylor 9.S32 do so this week. Pearl, Thompson recommended him to uie Cham. Walking mare or gelding; 3 entries stiff. A Irtend llilm. which he did and in two Todd 13,902 10.S14 Trigg berl.iin'a Tain Co , and W. Welsh's works will open up dart was able to be around, Mr. Shaler hat recWill Baughman, S. M. Owons. 7,140 Union 1S.229 Monday. ommended it to uuny othen and ayt it li excel- Trimble WHAT DOES IT MEAN? Model stallion, mare or gelding; 8 en- lent lor any kind of a bruise or sprain. The tame Warren 30,13S 'Washington... 13,022 Bob Hyatt, a half witted negro, is in remedy it alio f amoui for its cures of rheumatism. 17,190 17 tnlWi 12.S52 Webster For sale by Dr. S. G. Hocker, Druggist, Stan- Wayne hero on tho charge of interfering tries. Gay Bros., L. II. Hudson. jail It bmvii t!vt thsQuwn il Crftn Rente Is ClnrlniAtt ihcreit1 l I Incioi--.l uiMles h.Tleit L..w Now York saddlo stallion, mare or ford 17.390 Wolfe uOe 7,lb0 Whitley Uni with tho United States mails. Ho stop'.wit Mr 'leish rt: .r.. luoati . Ncr Ork.w. attempted to take gelding; 3 entries. L. II. Hudson, L. II. brought hli la months Woodford 12,330. Last lune Dick Crawford ped a mail carrier and old child, suffering from Jnlantile diarrhoea, to SOLID VESTI5ULED TRAINS 1,858,035 Total mail away from him in the eastern part Hudson, die. It had been weaned at tour months old and .... lrklv avervthln? ran through it lilt wa Mare or gelding (Fancy Turnout); 7 county. theare hHntllif line runclCTpoint. Thronrh Ciri tn Vlkstroranl tut of tho ciri ( lnantl U knuivllU A Quarter Century Teat. in. OuIt ter through a sieve. I gave it the usual treatment 'ttbttllle. S C. Inrol liu. I. Texmanl Mil. via New Orleans er The London Manufacturing Co. have entries. A. L. Denny, Jones Baughman. tn such caica but without Dcneni. butne cnua kept erwm AU fcnti sUut tuiire to CalifvrnU.maJe at InfttBW. a quarter ol a century Dr. King's New DisFor tUMirteirt. little it weighed LesisgUa Jlreet counecUun Is Double Team; 3 entries. W. M. Hue, S rowing thinner untilperhaps 10 pounds. I more covery has been tested and the millions Mho have ant then their new building about completed and lan when born, or UM,.t,ultr.UJltsS.ulh. to c BIJjEAIHoyf shortly. J. J. G. Ctcil. lather to giving Clamberlain's Colic, received benefit from its use .eitily of its wonderstarted the will be ready for business the Throat, o ful curathe powers in all diseases . Diarrhoea Kemedy. licfore one Gcn'l I'us'r Agent, Claclfiu'J, O. Mare or gelding, driven to top buggy; Cholera and cent size had been used, a marked Chest and Lungs. A remedy that has stood the 0. McKeo, tho manager, has just reol the 25 Chicago, where he bought S entries. Jones Baughman, was seen and its ccntinued use cur. test so lcng and that has given so universal satisturned from Matt improvement Its weakness nnd puny constitution faction Is uo experiment. Each bottle is positiveQUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. ed the child. new machinery. or the money will be disappeared and Its father and myielf believe the ly guaranteed to give relief to be the Cohen. most reliable was saved by this Remedy. J. T. relunded. It is admitted the child's life ROADSTKK RING. Trial bottles free at A, II. Marlow, M. D., Tamaroa, ill. t or sale by Dr. 8. for Coughs and ColdsLarge sue Over 200,000 postal cards are iesued Penny's drug store. 50c and$i. Ktallion, mare or gelding; S entries. G. Hocker, Druggist, Stanford. every day in tho U. S. State CollegeufKentueky Opens September io, entries-Hedges- I 1 nit-it- ? Stanford Female College. Next Session Begins Tuesday, Sep. I School Books and School Supplies, New School Tablets and Slates. n, STTI03STEK,1T I 1 J 1 W. B. McROBERTS, DRUGGIST, I ,,, , - ".lSttti ......., -- ww w FINE PAPERS, .r. SCHOOL BOOKS. A. R. FEITXT7. Druggist. Our Prices Can Not Be Duplicated. Wash-ingto- J j ya 1 Furniture, Furniture ! S-.50; n, ws-le- y, W. W. WITHERS. Sunffay-Bchoo- I MEET WITH SUCCESS. WITT? Mud-iso- n. THE BEST GOODS I I HAVE JUST RECEIVED J. C. FLORENCE. F 17 M 109 -- 23 90 . IJIr-- 1 I bot-vl- Uk, J - .J', . ' nr5 -- ; -- 17 ?'Jv' g Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal July 24, 1894 Stafford, Ky., W. P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. FOR COXOnES....lTZJAS. . 1!. M'CREAUY For County ' i . .. Clerk Attorney Sheriff Assessor Iude J AS. WALKER ) -- GIVENS PAXTON G.n. COOPER ..T. D. NEWLAND E. D. KENNEDY G. W. DEltORD j,Uer r1 I if I speeches by Chairman Wileon and ex Speaker Reed, the former's motion to send it back with instructions to the House conferres to stand firm against the Senate amendments was adopted enthusiastically and without division. Mr. Wilson created a sensation at the NEWSY NOTES. close of his speech by reading a letter to Louisville democrats will hold one him from President Cleveland of July 2, reten- primary for all the officers to be nomiwhich is an earnest plea for the tion of the main features of the bill as it nated. Tbe 0. H. & D. will run a 5 excur left the House, and an appeal for tbe of democratic pledges, on sion from Cincinnati to Niagara Falls, redemption which the party was again given power. Ang. 2. Wm. Griffith, who assaulted a little He condemns in forcible wordB the cowprin- girl near Woodville, Texas, was executed ardly surrender of the democratic ciple of free material and denounces the by a mob. The U. S. court has decided that the protection oflered the sugar trust in the bill as passed by tbe Senate, and which E. T., V. & G. employes must accept the generally falls far short of the consum- 10 percent, reduction. Mrs. F. A. Hurat, of Jessamine, was mation for which we have long labored, defeat with- driven insane by fi scare from a mad dog for which we have suffered out discouragement; which in its antici- that attacked her children. The democrats of Pulaski county pation gave us a rallying cry in our day county ofof triumph and which in its promise of will nominate candidates for with fices the first Saturday in September. accomplishment is so interwoven democratic pledges and democratic suc0. A. Harvey rode 291 miles on a biof the cause cycle in 24 hours at Louisville, coming cess that our abandonment or the principles upon which it rests within 10 miles of the world's record. means party perfidy and party dishonFire in Birmingham destroyed the or. There is no excuse, Mr. Cleveland lame Caldwell Hotel and a says, for mistaking or misapprehending business block, causing losses estimated tne feeling and the temper of the rank at over $1,000,000. and file of tbe democracy. They are Mrs. Mattie Landers and daughter, downcast under the assertion that their Nellie, of Knoxville, eloped to Louisparty fails in ability to manage the gov- ville with a couple of men. The old ernment, and they are apprehensive ttiat man followed and had them all put in efforts to bring about a reform may fail; jail. but they are much more downcast and A critical state of affairs exists at apprehensive in their fear that demo- RirminDhnm. where miners will, it is cratic principles may be surrendered. feared, attempt to burn the town and The House heard the letter read with liberate tho 120 Pratt mine rioters under the most enthusiastic evidences of ap- arrest proval, but the Senate, whose members -S- enator Vilas offered a substitute feel themselves far above the people, re- aimed at the protection given the Sugar garded it as impertinent and an unwar- Trust by the Senate bill, but no action ranted interference of the executive was taken, the Senate not being in seswith the legislative branch of the gov- sion Saturday. ernment, a very dishonest and rotten Dr. J. L. WildB, formerly of Garexcuse, since it is the president's duty rard, hung himself at Nicholasville. He to advien and suggest needful legislation. married a daughter of Dr. John Welch, Senator Vest had a spasm and others of who with six children survive him. He"the grave and reverend Seignors" went reditary insanity. into conniptions. Senator Hill embracThe Federal grand jury at Chicago ed the occasion to giye Mr. Cleveland's has returned 20 indictments, which inaction a quasi endorsement while at the clude the leaders and about 75 rioters. Bame time driviug the knife into his en- Debs. Keliher. Howard and Rogers are emy Btill deeper and giving it a twist said to be named in each one of the in while buried in his flesh. TraitorouB dictments. democrats in the Senate say the bill The prospects of a conflict between shall be passed as they disposed of it, or China and Japan, on account of the no tariff law shall be passed this session, question, are increasing. China is while the HonBe will not agree to the reported to be actively preparing for one almost as bad as the McKinley con- war, and Japan has ndded a number of cern the Senate would foist on the coun- merchant vessels to its navy. try. Tbe situation is a most deplorable A Honolulu dispatch of the 13th one, and unless there can be found n says that the Provisional government is sufficient number of Senators who can no more and tho Republic of Hawaii see above their individual interests, the holds the reins of power. But it is only democratic party is doomed to another a change of name; the same people are 30 years' existence on worse than husks. in power and the avowed purpose of the Unless the pledges of tariff reform are government is for annexation with the redeemed at this session, nothing in tbe United States. future is bo absolutely certain bb that Three negroes were hung at Montthe party will not be able on account of gomery, Ala., Friday for murder. One an adverse House to do so in the next. said, "Brethren, in 15 minutes I'll be in For the sake of all that a democrat holds Paradise with a long white robe on and "dear, it is to be hoped that the golden slippers, awalkin' tho golden democratic Sunators may yet be streets." Another Baid, "I don't want to brought to a realizing sense of the take up my time speaking; I'm anxious Bhame and dishonor they are bringing to go to heaven. In a few minutes my upon the party that has always stood for soul will be there." Charles Ezelle, the the rights of the few against the many, wife murderer, Baid, "I am a true born for equal rightB to all and exclusive privson of Jesus and am going home. All of ileges to none. you, white and black, I don't care how big you is, I am better than you, 'cause Aoaix is the Btone that the builders in a little while I'll take the sacrament rejected made tbe head of the corner. in the city called Paradise. I Bee the Congressman 0. R. Breckinridge, of pearly gates standing open for me." Arkansas, recently defeated for has been appointed Minister to DEATH'S DOINCS. Russia in place of Mr. White, who has D. W. C. Rowland, formerly superresigned on account of ill health. Mr. Breckinridge has been Mr. Cleveland's intendent of tbe L. & N. and the gentleright bower in the management of the man for whom our suburb was named, tariff bill and verily he has his reward. died Saturday at his home in Louisville. The not unexpected death of Mr. He will not leave, however, until the bill iB disposed of. Daniel Miller occurred Thursday aftertariff noon at the residence of Mr.lDavid Scott will be bad news to the teachers to where he had made his home for severIt learn that tbe per capita will be but al years. He had been in failing health 2.75 tbiu year, ten cents less than last. for some time, but the immediate cause Increased expenditures, a reduction in of his death was paresis. His parents the tax rate and depressed times are giv- wore natives of Madison county, where en SB the reason by Supt. Thompson. he was born Sept. 12, 1S20 They were Time Ims proven that Auditor Norman James and Frances Harris Miller and to knew more about the State finances than them were born nine children, the subGov. Brown, who recommended a re- ject of this notice being the first to die, who had reached manhood, though two duction in taxation. died in infancy. Mr. Miller was a memDkbs and his lieutenants are still in ber of the old Ironside Baptist church, jail, but continue to issue appeals and to whose teachings and members he waB declare that the almost forgotten strike greatly devoted. He was a warm heartis not over. By the way Debs was nom- ed man and his popularity was often inated for president by a assemblage of shown by election to office. When Col. tramps and anarchists at Chicago Satur- Napier was killed, in 1S70, he was electday. The likelihood is. however, thnt if ed sheriff to fill out his term, and Bince elected he will not get out of the peni- then he has been elected constable time tentiary in time to serve his presidential and again, besides holding the office of j deputy sheriff repeatedly. He never term. four-storCo-re- an The conference committee on the tariff bill having failed to agree, the result was reported to tbe Hoime, and after Elder Joseph Ballou will preach nt tho oiirlsllnn church here next ounuay. Po.laiinion Pnrtp. nrefildcnt 01 Millersburg College, preachod at tho Methodist church here Sunday. Tho now Central Christian church at Loxincton, which cost 15,000, was dedicated Sunday, Elder R. T. Mathows, the pastor, officiating. Rev. John Bell Gibson, of Stanford, is conducting a series of meetings at the Christian church. A good deal of interest iB being manifested. Mr. Gibson is an able preacher. Mlddlesboro News. A great many of tho papers are In obedience to the popular demand, greeting the return of ltav. George 0. the House adopted almost unanimously Barnes to Kentucky with slighting rethe amendment to the constitution pro- marks about his inability to draw now, viding for tbe election of U. S. Senators which had much better be left unsaid. by the people. It would be a good idea Bro. Barnes Is the beet of men and if it would abolish the body altogether.at Breaches a religion sweet to every sin least for the present. ner. Thk weeping condemnation of tbe liquor traffic promulgated by the head of the Catholic church in America is going to cut a big figure in the temperance nutaa Ttorotnfnrfl it has not been re- gtrded inconsistent with their religion l)r the Catholics to engage in me Bate oi liquors, out hereafter the traffic will not be considered a legitimate business and Catholic societies sever membership in them of persons who engage in it. As tbe Catholic population of the U. S. numbers about G.OOO.OOO and as its memit bers are nothing unless it can be readily seen how great a Btride the order is in tbe cause of temperance. This puts tho Catholic church in line on the subject with nil the other churcnee in condemnation of the traffic. priest-ridden, married. The burial occurred Friday alternoon in Buffalo Cemetery in the presence of many friends. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Ordr of Xlotion. LINCOLN COUNTY COURT, Regular Term, held July o 1P04. Hon. W. E. Varnon, Judg. A petition having been filed before tho Judge of the Lincoln County Court on the loth day ol June, tRo4, signed by a number of the legal voters of the town ol Crab Oichard, asking tnat an order be made calling an election to be held In said town on uo escape. mm Every piece of merchandise goes to a smaller price. The work of clearing out the summer goods progresses. This week a greater momentum will be forced. Further t.. 22d Day of August, 1894, Lincoln County Court Held July 9, 1804, Hon. . r. varnon, luiige, The election submitting to the voters of the Ci ty ofS'anfoid whether or not spirituous, vinous or tna.tliquors shall be sold, battered or loaned thcreiu, ha ing become void by reasoD ol the fail ure of the sheriff to post notices of the same, the petitioners by atto'ney appeared in open court and tiled a copy ol tr.e judgment of tne Line In Circuit Court in the case of W. II. Penny and others, pliintlffs, vs V K. Varnsn, Judge of the Lincoln County Court, upon a motion of a writ of mandamus, a copy of said judgment hating teen on the day ol June, 1894 scrscd upon (he defendant, as judge afcrctaid, by his accepting same, the pur 500 pairs, all solid leather, fine shoes, nicely finished, 7 to 13, will lion ot said judgment awarding tbe writ ol manworth double the money. Ladies' Oxfords reduced from go at damus is in words and figures as follow s, Lincoln Circuit Cojrt Si toJGjC, Si. 25 to 75c. Men's Pants worth S2 and S2.25, reduced V. II. Penny, and others, Plfts. 1 Judgment. vs Men's Suits $7 and SS, reduced to $$ and $5.50, to Si and Si-2A'. E Varnon, Judge of Lincoln) Co. Court, Deft. S 300 pairs Ladies' Dongola Patent This cause was submitted by the parties upon S 14 and 15.00 reduced to 10. their agreed statement cl the question in controreTip Shoes, Heels and Spring Heels, from 2 to 7, versy and ot the facts on file, aud upon t e affidavit on file, and on the motion ol plaintiffs for writ ceived, brand new stock, will go this week at 90; worth Si. 50. ot mandamus, notice of which motion was waived by the defendant, and the court being advised is the 01 opinion, ana so adjudged that it waa It legal duty of the defendant as judge ol the Lincoln county court to order the election asked fote by plaintiffs in their petition to said defendant, and that plaintiffs are entitled to the remedy sought by their motion; their motion is therefute sustained, and the writ of mandamus is awarded against W K Vurnon, Judge of the Lincoln Court, by which he is corns anded at the ntat regular term of the Lincoln Countv Court to en ter upon the order book of his court an order di Rock-castl- e, rectmg an election to be held in and for the city ot Stanford and directing the Sheriff of Lincoln county to hold an election and open a poll then-fu- r & CO., Proprictoi at each of the voting places in said city, for the purpose of taking the sense ol the legal voters of Manager. T. D. said city upon the proposition whether or not spirituous, vinous or malt liquors shall be sold, barby reason tered or loaned tberein. Inasmu'.h as, of the relusal of delendantto make said order at the regular terra of said court when plaintiff's apLIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. plication was made, ll Is now too late 10 hold tsid election on the das designated in the plaintiffs' Ontheatrdday of June, 1894. Married at the residence of the petition, lf and at the same trim enable the sher If ta complv father, Mr. Marshal Black, by the with ih requirements of the law, that the raid bride's advertised by at lcat Rev. M. Hadley, Mr. John Helms to Miss election should beday of election, him delendant two the it weeks bofore the said older tor said election to commanded In his Maggie Black. Our terms are Strictly Cash and Prices Strictly Low. We expect fia anothe' and later day as reasonably near the Miss Julia Wolford, aged 18 yearB, day asked for by pliintlffs as will afford ample by to sell every man alike and to all at the daughter of Mr. Geo. D. Wolford, died lime for the advertisement thereof III in no wisp law And tin writ of mandamus hew of t)phoid fever rear this place on the omi to obey " In obedience to the command In said writ as aloe fully set rut and it appearing 19th, after a Bevere illness of 8 days. She that the money to py the epe-s- s that appliknew her, cants are by law required to pay has been paid waa well beloved by all who intnenurt' It Itordered thtt an etfctlon be held of itt and her remains was followed to the in the city ol Stanford, Ky., on the A Mayand betv'. Examine our goods and convince yourself that vve mean more than 4 i"kit between 'he hours if place on the 20th, by a ternber poll to be opened nt each ; of the voting M grate at this A Hard times is the cry and money is scarce. Now is the for the pimoe of taking the we say. hcet in said city large number of friends and relatives. sense ol the legal voters of said city upon the vinous or not The monotony of Liberty has been proposition wheth'rb or sold, spirituous, or loaned time to make One Dollar buy the most, by investing it with bartered malt liquors shall July the 9th by the pres- therein, tho result of said election 10 be certified relieved since to and returned at required by law In the election ence of Messrs. Geo. E. Smith, B. H. of county officers. way The following officers are appointed to hold said Griffin and J. A. Fretwell, all the W. H. Murphy sold tho yearling Shorthorn bull advertised in this paper to J. L. CoQey, of Rockcastle, for $37 60. The India wheat crop this year is estimated at 254,4S4,0o7 bushels, which is 2.000.000 below the normal and 10,- 000,000 below the yield of last year. W. A. Coffev and R. II. Uooper, of the McKinney section, shipped a carload of sheep and lambs to Cincinnati and the expense of shipment Bame to 0c. more per head than they sqld for. The wheat market has gone to smash. Geo. Cogar received notico from exporters this morning that they could only pay 45jc for wheat loaded on tbe cars In Danvllle- -a decline of four cents in less than a week. Advocate. Butcher cattle at 3J and stock hogs at 4 are reports of recent sales by tbe Harrodsburg Democrat. The Bame paper reports a large number of sales of wheat at 47. The yield is from 10 to 24 per acre and ttie gram exira kuuu. Only a fair crowd attenneu far mnrt vostMrclftv and the day was a dull one generally. There were no cat tie on the marxet and nothing was of fered publicly. D. M. Cress, of Bold privately 48 hogs at 4jc and 37 mountain ewes at $1.50 per head. Baughraan Broa., of Boyle, bought a couple of sowb and 18 young pigs for ICO. To take the sense of the legal votets of said town, who are qualified to voto at an election for county olllccrs upon the proposition whether or not spirituous, vinous or malt liiiuors snail be sold, bartered or loaned therein, said petition coming on for hearing on the oth day of Inly, 1&4, it being the first davol the n?u)ar lufv term. 1801. and It ap pcaring that the legal otersot said town slgnine saul petition represents more than ij per ceni of the votes cast in said town at the latt general election, and all of the requirements of law having been compiled with It Is ordered that an election be held on on the jmd day of August, i3'i, bet ten the hours ol 7 A. M and 4 P. M., for the puspose ot taking the tense of the legal olirs ol said town who are qualified to vote at elections lor county officer!, upon the proposition whether or not spirituous, vinous or malt liquors shall be sold, bartered or loaned theieln, the result of said election to be certified to and returned as inquired bylaw in election lor cuuniv o.uci The following order is made in conformity to n opinion and mandate of the Lincoln Circuit Court in the case olV II I'enn and others vs. W, K Varnon, Judge ol the Lincoln County Couit, when it was held with the Judge of the Lincoln County toutt at a ministerial ullicer is required to order such elections upon the presentation of a petition and payment ol money to meet uie as in thisctse which opinion the luoge uf the Lincoln Cinuty Court, considers control' him until teiersed by a higher tribunal. FARM AHD TRADE ITEMS. Tne following oflUers are appointed to hold election, to wit. Hay la selling at $1S a ton in New Precinct No. i V. K. Iiuchanan, L. A Pettus, Judges, K K Karris, sheriff W A. Carson, elk Orleans. Precinct No. -- I P. C.llkerson I H. StephKidd&Judy bought 224 cattle in ens, judges, John McClute, sberifl, V U Ilsns-forclere GEO 11. C IOPER. Clerk, A copy attest: Montgomery at 31 to 4jc. HvJ.H. llurton, I), C. News reports saleB of The Bourbon In compliance with tne requirements of the law 12,000 bushels of wheat at 50c. County the forpjoicg order f f sold to Judge 01 Lincoln County electon by the the In Is published for J. P. Embry, of Madison, form-tioJ N Menefee. Dick Gentry at Lancaster yesterday a July ot all concerned. SheiltT Lincoln to. 1S94. $157 50. bay mare for REDUCTION IN PRICES. The list which follows shows some of the places where the price is cut the deepest. There's where the throngs will be. Fall in line and help yourself. r. ILAILDI1EB9 MdJBIB. d, Black Hose reduced from 10c to 5c, Fancy Hose from 20c to 10c, 25c to 15c. Ladies' Handkerchiefs; Swiss Embroidered worth 25c, reduced to 10c. Men's Handkerchiefs, fancy border, reduced from 20 to ioc. Silk finished Suspenders worth 25c reduced to 10c, silk finished with wire buckle, worth 35c, reduced to 15c. n i, ORDER OF ELECTION. 1, SEP1BM11KR iSjt. Men's fine Percale, with Laundered Collars and Cuffs attached, worth $1, and Si. 25, reduced to 75c. FINE CLOTHING for hot weather, men's summer coats, worth 5i, reduced to 50c. Men's $ 1. 50 thin coats and vests go at $1. Men's thin alpaca coats and vests, worth S3, reduced to Si. 75. MEN'S SHOES I t; Si, Leather just to LOUISVILLE : STORE, STAXT70HD, ZL7.f A. URBANSKY RANEY. to-w- Lowest : Possible : Prices. W. H. WEAKEN & CO. AI.l MY- - Georgia, They Wtaren, Judget, W. it. Penny, clerk, J. D Jontt country of sheriff Voting Precinct, No. a A O Eastland and I up at the Exchange Hotel, are nutting R. Hales, sheriff, C. U II. Englcman, intelligent and sociable, and engag Carson, clerk judges, J. are Voting Precinct, No 3. J M Hail and J K ed in a patent right bedstead iock at VanArsdale, fudges, Joseph Coffey, shtr.fT, Wm. Bouth-wester- n from tbe piney lauds and wire grass e'e-tio- n. Voting I're:inct, No 1. I. M. Uruce and U.K. Our jail is bereft of males now, hi t Clerk Lincoln County Court has two female inmates. One is an an In compliance with the requirements of the law County the foil' cient maiden from the tislnng cree judge wing order ol election by the the inof Lincoln County Is published for an I committed in default of formation of all concerned country, J N Menefee. Sheriff Lincoln Co. July 16, 1894. paying a fine of $50 and costB for breach of the peace, the other ia a married wo man tried before 'Squire uernaru on Monday also for breach of the peace, and Shortest and quickest between fined $50 and sentenced 20 days to jail additional fine of 35 forcontempt with an of court in attacking another female in Only Direct Line bt een tbe court room. Monday night one week aRO, tbe Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, Carlisle, Maysvillo, Oynthiana, wife of John Compton, and daughter of Falmouth and Covington. Green Dick, living on South Fork Creek in this county while in a deranged state Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland, Trains run by Central Standard Time. of mind got up about 11 o'clock with TimeTablo Jnne 34, 1894, on and nothing but her night clothes No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. TUAINS EAST. . m. p. m. p. m. left her home. She was miBsed imme- Leave Frank fort A no 700 410 by the family, but 10 ' Summit 416 706 diately and per8ued 5 Klknorn 711 4" late Friday evening. waa not found until 41S ' Switzer 40 718 28 4 38 7 300 Sometimes there wero as many as 200 " Stamping Ground..734 a 10 Ouvall 4 44 a 30 4 so ....7 40 people in search of her. When found " Johnton 4 57 " Georgetown.....!) ...7 46 35 she waa about four miles from home and " C. S. Depot- 35 3 00 J 03 7 8 oo " Newton 513 In a ditch and covered up with leaves 8 16 ' Centreville 5 at 3 35 8 o " 3 43 5 3 Eluabeth in bad condition. 8 tachment. Severance cfcrk. Attest. OEO 1! COOPKK, Accounts are six months past due : Are : Due ! July and January and without any exception those whose accounts Ky. Midland Ey, Will be Charged Interest Do not be surprised'Jat seeing it on your account and do not ask me to deduct it. Cincinnati and Frankfort H. J. McROBERTS. DR. S. G. HOCKER, DRUGGIST. The Drug-Stor- e Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your 1 1 -- 1 Drugs, School Supplies, School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, Liquors for Medical Purposes. Arrive Pans C jo 5 35 400 Col. Nick McDowell, of Boyle county, present State Commissioner of Agriculture, officially announces himsolfa candidate bofore the people for subject to the action of the demo- The Best Goods for the Least Money, Call and see us. TRAINS WEST. No. 3. No. 4. No. 8 No. u a. in. p. m. a. m 4 40 603 Lve Paris ....C 000 443 6 if ..1010 ArrKIUabeth 331 6 10 .1011 Arr Centreville 5 40 617 Arr Newtown .ion 6 4 600 9 3 Arr C. S. Depot U 1037 645 747 Arr Oeort'ttown cratic nartv. 8 6S 47 Arr Johnson- 6 S7 810 ArrDuvall .......lo M U in the druB butlnew at ArrStamp'g Ground ti 00 830 703 W. H. Nelson, who to-bwlamb 30 10 7 13 KiDBville, Mo., has so much confidence in Remedy Arr Switzer -- 1117 7 9 S Colic, 'cholera and iMarrhoea to re'uu.l Arr Elkhorn and V ' 7 6 Arrhuiumit that he war anU every bottlewto It offers not satisfied lat7 33 9 '5 1130 Arr Krankfort...A he wony to any customer In do ng Mr. Nelson takes no risk with L. A N. A connects er using it. certain cure for the II connects with Q A C. and L. S. thw beciuse the remedy Is a It. and he diseases bvT)r.S. it i intended Druggist. knows C connects with K.. C. Stanford O. Hocker. For sale SUNDAY TRAINS. m r Leave Frankfort 9 00 a. m ; Georgetown 10 00 a, Buciiln'eArnlca Salve. in. Lve Georgetown 10 371 arrive rraukfott 11 30 p. m. tor best salve In tbe world sores, cuts, brutiessd chap-MThe Kentucky Midland Ralwayand connectetter, sores? ulcers, salt rheum, fever the shortest and cheapest route to all all skin hands, chilblains, corns and no pay requir-,d- ? tions form bouih. Hast, Ncrth and West. or It positively cures piles, perfect satisfaction points further information apply to their agents. Kor It la guaranteed toeive sj cents per boa. C. I). HEHCAW, Gen Pass. Agent. Price money refunded. GEO. II.IIARPEIt, Gen. Supt I Staulord. Ky. w0, sale by A. R. Penny, V .-- 11 SB. S. G. EOCZEE, Tb.o Druggist. mj i Ik Receiving His SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. call. Goods Warranted andjfa Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me MHtVi syMstM ft)M rfnitftuWWif j !m s,ii.jie2 124.4& 'V - Semi-Week- ly Btakfom) Kt., Mr. J. Interior Journal tain at and Mm. 8. on Emiiry will enter er.New silver belts nt Danks, the jeweltheir home Lanraster Avenue, Wednesday evening, in honor of Misses Tuhnii'. Little Charley Wright has left at this office a 2 - July 24, 1894 Shanks, Mcltoberts and Lyne. turnip of his own raising. Beat it and take it CITY AND VICINITY. Nkw hair pins nt Danks'. Nkw neck Btip-plic- JBHfcM We have just bought an elegant as sortment of new goods. We are Belling them at astonishingly low nrices. Call and Bee the selection at Danks, the jew eler. Wk hnve application for the lease of a farm of 200 to 100 acres, also for lease of farm of 150 acres and for purchase of farm of 50 acres, $2,000 to $2,500. Miller & Helm. Dropped Dead. Mr. W. G. McKin-nowho was on tho train, saw Wntiieu, of Lebanon, drop dead of heart disease while en route from New Hope to Lebanon. wm NEW DANKS', : G And the- - DS E. C. Walton, Business Manager MEANS IU8INE8S. Duy your ochool books anil school ot all kinJa nt A. It. Tunny's. a chains nt Danks'. . m in The fellow who got the editor's hnt at the party the other night had better return it. The old thing he left is four sizes too large for anybody. Brownik stick pin at Danks. Nkw silver bracelets .. 30-da- f nil I M tWi&l St hrnifd Wantkd. Perfumery, Paints and Wall Paper at ter. Farrls A. It. Penny s. Pescriptioua a special- and warranted. Engraving a specialty, at A. It. Penny's. TnulnKunat nft-- Watches, clocks nnd jewelry repaired at Danks. but- Wk are now doing n strictly y ... Bottom Knocked Out Of prices. Call and sec Nkw shirt waist's sets at Danks' . Nice, yollow country it Hardin. business and those who can not comply with our terms will either have to pay cash or be refused. Wo mean what wo Bay. Yeager & Yeager, Liverymen. y, .. The : Jeweler. : ty. 1 his best girl. Mil Sidney Ottkniieimkr, of New York, wns mluKlluK with old friends during the fair. Mm. A. A. McKinnky and Miss Ednn Courts nro visiting nt their old home in GrcensburK. Mim Alra Pons, of Boyle, aad Mifl Adams, of llustonville, aro with thu Misses Brittht. Cash Ckooki, ol Altamont, comes down dally to bo treated for catarrh by Dr. Carpenter. Mrs. Owhlky Evash and daiiRhter, Miss Annie, of Danville, are at Crab Orchard Springs. Mim.Moi.lik Fiii, of Richmond, at tended the Fair and waa tho guest of Mrs. P. P Nunueiley. Mns. Am khi ca Bout has returned from Mrs. J. T a visit to her Johnson, in Louisville. Miss Minnik VanAmualk, alter n delightful visit to Mitts Sue ltout, hns returned to Harrcdsburg. Miss OiiHihTiNK Bkadlky, of Lancas ter, is enjoying a visit to her cousinr, Missrs Jennie and Marie Warren. Bv. and Mns. W. E.Ellis left Friday, thu former for New York and tho latter to visit friends in Eminence. Misses Mattik and Lucy Alcorn, of llustonville, nro gladdening their rela tives and friends hero vith their prof- ence. J, N. Saundkus, Key , left yesterday for Bockcustlo Springs, where he will bpend a week or two with congenial spirits. Mrs. B J. Lyi.ii, of Nashville, and Mrs. Lee F. Uutrman, spent several ilnyH with Mrs. G. B. Cooper and Mrs. E. 0. Walton. Mb. Eijjaii Witiikiih and his handsome wife, of Cincinnati, aro enjoying a rent from city life and aro guests of tho Myera House. Miks Lizzis Boiiinhon returned with Miss Florence Beck from Nlcholasvillo yesterday nnd is now thu guest of her self and Bisters. Miss Mary Bkazlxy entertained last evening in honor of Miss Fannie Shanks and her visitors, Misses Lillio and Jen. nle Lyne, of Lexington. Misses Florknck Jknki.nh, of Danville, siil Fanniu Deering, of Poplar Plains, who have been visiting Mrs. M.S. Baugh-mareturned homo yestorday. Mr. anh Mrs. E. P. Owslky and Mat-ti- e IJays, after ft month's visit to Mrs. Kitty Burnsido and other relatives, left Saturday for their home in Columbus, Ga. Mm. J. A. Coiikn, of Versailles, and Mrs. V. K. Brooks, of Midway, have been visiting the former's daughter, Mrs. Eph EnRleman, in the Hubble section. grand-daughten, Duiit.vo the three (liiys of tho RichTen prisoners were lodged wns tho ;j:M anniversary of mond Fair, which begins the K. urday, among thorn George in jail Sat the battle of Menasnas. Toms, who C. will run a special train, leaving How-lan- d PERSONAL POINTS. was brought here by Constable J. A. nt 7:33 A M. and returning after the Shannon Your account is made out. PlenBu to servo 35 days for carrying Mien Liccik Lynn is quite ill. races, atone fare for the round trip. call and settle. A. H. Penny. concealed weaponB. Mies Flohknck Elliott, ol Lancaster, m m 4 --... is vlflltinx the Misses Hallou. The Advocate hears that Tommy Ball Mrs. Adams, of Oliio, lectured at the It rains Butliciently here to keep the Miss Lillik Grant, of Lancaster, is Christian church last night on temper- is dead from bin wound, but we are glad farmers in hope and to show that the the Sliest ol Mies Jeanlu Folnnd. to assure it that it will tako more than supply is ance. not entirely exhausted, but the Mks. A. V. Sizkmoiik went to Louisan ordinary ball from an ordinary Boyle fall is far from being what is needed, Pknny has tho best stock and will Bell county mnn to kill tho great and only ville yesterday to Btay a month. The weather has been pleasant, but the Mips Ekkik Duunktt, of Winchester, wntches and jewelry lower than you can Tommy, Bignal service says it will be warmer buy elsewhere. is violling the Misses HauKhtnan. Constaiilk Benedict lodged in jail Tuesday nnd fair. MifeH Katix Lkx Ykaoxr, of Boyle, Don't forget Jess Cook's picnic at Saturday, Abe and Jim Jones, tho formwas tho guest of Miss Mary Bruce. Findino that they will not have suffiGreen Briar next Saturday. It is the er charged with maliciously cutting Wm. Mips Mamik Wilson, of Louisville, is last and beBtof the season. Rice and the latter with striking Laura cient room to store the whent they in. on a visit to Mrs. W. B. Mcltoberts. Lunsford and Mannie Rice. They will tend buying this season, J. H. Baugh-rai- n Knv. A. J.I'ikr took in tho fair en A Son have contracted with John The excursion from Junction City to have their examining trials here today. route tp his Kirksville appointment. Blankenship to build n couple of stories Mammoth Cave y . promises to be a Mk. and Mum. J. S. Grimes, of large one. A number will go from here. The total gate receipts of the Fair on the shed that connects the mill and enmo up to attend the Fair. were but $704. About CO of tho sub- elevator. This will give them Lumiikii tor Salk. The lumber in the Miss Subik Gentry, of Danville, is scribers to the stock have not paid, al- square feet of additional room. amphitheatre at tho fair grounds is for though spending a few days with Mrs. B. F. notified. The list of those who H sale privately. Call on or write to I. M. continue to fail to do so will b publishTiik negro, Ike Logan, charged with Bout. being up tho tree In which Mr. W. E. Mr. James Waddlk and wife, of Som Bruco at once. ed in this paper. Call on W. F. Mc- Amon's chickenB roost and shooting at erset, have been visiting at Mr. J. M. Plkabu come and pay your account Clary and settle. that gentleman, when he went out to see Hall's. Tho money is due and I need it. Don't TiieIvtkrior Journal has ever ad- what wns the matter, wbs held yesterday , Mu. W. G. McKinnky, of MontKom-erypostpone, but come at once. II. 0. vocated everything that it thought would in $200 bond to the circuit court. His Ala., is on a visit to his parents nnd the Tailor. advance the interest of any legitimate wounds nre still painful. . Saturday to-da- y, GMSE CLOSE I GCMJBB . Shall be the cry from now on until every piece of iUMMBB MUST .' BE to-da- Eliza-bethtow- n, 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 Summer Woolen Dress Goods reduced 33 per cent, and our light weight Summer Clothing SOLD. Itu-ple- y, m Tiik C. A 0. will run an excursion from Lexington to Old Point Thursday nt 13 for the round trip. Tickets good for 15 days. Several will go from here. m m Ik you want your watch or any jewelry repaired, take it to Penny's. Mr. Deckelman does tho work well and promptly; never disappoints a customer. Found, on the Danville pike, n horge blanket, curry comb, brush, Ac. Pay for this notice and small reward and got them at tho Interior Journal Hansford. ollice-Alle- n Howard Tate, who whs In jail here for safe keeping, charged with the murder of Andy Johnson, the mountain terror, was acquitted nt Pinoville Friday, the jury being out less than 20 minutes. The elements wreaked their fury on the Holiness camp meeting at Wllmore. Tho largo tent was blown down and much damage done generally. One lady had her leg broken nnd others were in jured. Tho destruction in tho region toundabout was also great. (lav-scho- and pritiseworthy enterprise and its editor has always contributed liberally of his means to assist in the success of such. But we are going to draw the line on fairs hereafter, unleea a permanent and proper place is secured for the exhibition. Tho location this year was the worst possible, being the hottest and most shndeless in the section. It was too far from town and the nrrnngements were tho laughing stock of the visitors. Tho amphitheatre was small nnd was bo c instructed that it was neither proof against sunshine or rain. Tho grounds were selected for the benefit of the bicycle races, but with one or two exceptions they were dull, dreary and disappointing. We do not say these things in a caviling spirit, hut with the hope of atir-Inup a feeling for making better prepar. atlons if we aro to have a fair here every year. If it is to become permanent let us buy grounds and fix them up decently bo as to please and not be the subject of ridiculo by our guests. To this end we will be one of 10 to give $100 or J200 and are ready to sign an obligation nt any time. g negroes, arrested and jailed as his were promptly ncqultted. est so far. 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 The six other and we intend to Robert J'b. mile in 2:07 is tho fast- 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. Allerton stepped a quarter in seconds the other day. NKW ADVERTISEMENT. 31 HUGHES & TATE. REAL ESTATE. W.H.MILLER. H.HELM. MILLER & HELM, Ky. Real Estate Agents, Stanford, Lincoln County, Office over First NUlonal Bank. Wo c(ir to the public our icrvices In lelling, mil renttnc rial estate in Lincoln and adjoining counties We have made ' ejtenuve advertisement ot ill rranKement properties plced in our hands, and possess facilities lor business which can not be possessed by individuals without great expense. All properties placed in our hands will receive prompt and diligent attention an I every effort will be made to dispose of it speedily and no charfe will be made unless we are succeaiful in doing so. PROPERTIES FOR SALE. s Farm of too Acres at Rowland, 3 Lincoln couuty. 6 Kami ot aio Acres on Dix Uiver, four miles from Stanford ; ;5,ooo. s 7. farm on pike, miles from Stanford; js per acre; 135 acres. j Karm and Milt property, 95 acres, on Dix 17. Ruer, 4 miles from St.inford; very desirable prop--rtoffered low. Trice and full description on application. ,s; Very desirable and well improved property at Highland; 30 ncres; $,ooo. si Farm of 160 Acres well improved land at Hue-Graslllue-Gras- I DISIURBflNGE. The universal verj Is what we are causing in the Dry Goods ranks. diet of the many who go away delighted is low Can 9 m meeting at tho e Sunday, which was largely attended. A number of noted prenchers were present. The hell for the meeting, which rang at 11:30, startled tho congregations in tho white churches, who thought it was a tiro alarm, and nearly stampeded tho one at the Methodist church. These good people never fail to show their fear of tire, both in this world and that which is to come. court-hous- Miss Anne Shanks is entitled to the plaudits of the people, who filled the Tin: colored Baptists held n big Suu. Opera House, Thursday night, for con- k Sell Good Goods So Cheap 1 . The effort of Judge T. L. Slielton to have tho council of How land rescind tho lice use granted P. W. Green to sell liquors there, proved abortive. Ho claimed that under Judge Sauiley's decision and the unrepealed laws of tho town that only hotel keepers could bo granted the privilege of retailing liquors, and that tho council had no right to grant Green, coffee house license. Cols. W. 0. Bradley and W. H. Miller argued tho question for Shelton and Col. Welch for Green, after which the council announced that it would stand by Its action. A large number of men were present. anti-saloo- n Mibses BrsaiK and Jknnik Burs-sidea pnir of Garrard coanty beauties, were the guests during tho fair of their cousins, Mrs. A. G. Huffman and Miss Penrl , Burnsido. Mr. It. W. Hockkh, president of tho Metropolitan National Bank, of Kansas Oity, embraced the opportunity that a business trip to Cincinnati gave him, to cime over to see his mother and nttend Fair. Mrs. It. H. Logan returned with him Sunday. Hon. John D. Harris, of Madison, was hero lant week, mixing with the ' p?oploattho fair, and getting in a good word for Hon. 0. M. Clay, Jr., candidnto fir govornor. Mr. Harris has almost enough relatives in this county to carry it for his Dr. Phil ItoiiEiiTS, of Madison, republican candidato for Congress, attended the Fair and made a good impression. Ho is listening to tho syren voice ol tho disappointed and disgruntled, nnd imag- , ines ho stands a clianco of election, but he will find that Jim McCrenry will be first on election day and himself nowhere. son-in-la- Those who attended, and most of the who wero invited did bo, the delight-u- l party given by Miss Essie Burch and W. S. Burch at their new home on Danville Avenue, Friday night, folt that the happy thought of giving it must have come by inspiration. Their mother, Mrs. Judge Stephen Burch, not only raised no objection to the use of the unfinished building, but entered heartily in the spirit of the suggestion and did all in her power to make the occasion a memorable one. Tho floors of the largo building were down in most of tho rooms, but they were not all weather-boardennd nono of them plastered, but that made it all the cooler ami more pleasant, and the novelty was much enjoyed. The rooms wero decorated with bunting and other beautifiers and brilliant lights have rarely shown over n happier party or lovelier collection of feminine beauty. Ligo Farmer's Mandolin Club furnished tho music (or the dancers, cards and were enjoyed by those who did not and everybody was happy Watermelons were served at midnight and an hour or two later the participants dispersed Uwith general regret nfter heartfolt thanks to those who had contributed so liberally to their enjoyment. Miss Jennie Warren, the little queen of entertainers, assisted Miss Burch, who is herself mi fait in such matters, nnd her charming guests, Misses Jean, Maggie and Eva Buchanan, their full quota to the evening's enjoyment. 100 d toto-n-tete con-tribut- greatly to their entertainment. The declamatory contest, to which she devoted so much labor and time, was of n very high order of merit, the speakers doing honor to their accomplished teacher, and winning enconiums for themselves nnd her. Tlie occasion was also as great a success financially ns it was artistically, the net receipts being about $100, which Miss Shanks will devote to improving the internal appearance of tho Christian church. After the speakers had marched to tho stage, which was hnndsomely decorated, Miss Alice Holmes sang tho Magnetic Waltz Song in a most magnetic way, and made herself n greater favorite than ever. Then the contest began with Mr. Richard Hocker. who declaimed "The Roman Sentinel;" Sam Embry, "The Criminality of Dueling;" Thomas H. Shanks, "Tho Chariot Race;" Logan Hughes, "The Murderer;" ABhby Warren, "One Niche the Highest," and Richard Bush, "The Maid of Orleans." Where all did bo well it is diilicult to particularize and the audience eeemed as much divided as the judges were, if the long time it took them to present their decision is to be taken hs indicative of it. They were Rovs. W. E. Ellis, W. E. Arnold and P. M. Mcltoberts, Esq., and when finally Mr. Ellis presented the medal to Mr. Logan Hughes thero was some disappointed depicted on tho faces of the partisans of each speaker, which gave away in general gratification that a difficult task had been bo conscientiously discharged. The contestants warmly congratulated the victor, while enthusiastic boys caught him on their shoulders and bore him triumphantly from tho stage. Many thought Mr. Shanks should have been given the medal and wo learn he did come within an J of a vote of it. Bv special request Miss Shanks, who was far from being well, obligingly recited a selection "The Old Mau Dreams," and added much to hor reputation as an elocutionist. During the evening, the Stan ford Orchestra discoursed some excellent music and that pretty little vocalist, Mies Nora Moreland sang a pretty solo in her usually sweet manner. Mr. Tilden Cook also sang a solo "I am King O'er Laud and Sea," which so pleased the audience that ho waa forced to repent it. Mrs. Maggie Portman played the accompaniments and drilled thu vocalists, which accounts for the excellence. The entire program was greatly enjoyed' and Mies Shanks can have the satisfaction of feeling that her efforts nro sincerely appreciated. Mr. W. H. Shanks deserves mention for the graceful manner he presided over the contest. bo tributing y, Highland' j8. Lancaster; 3$ lllue-f.ra- 1 1.100. 50 ss Farm of per acre. :5ft acres. 3 miles Irom wue-ura- s rj from Manlotd; jo llhic-CtS miles from Stanford; $45 per acre. 37. Suburban propcityt Kowland, 36 acres, well improved; $4,000. A number of cheap mountain furms in Lincoln county. Number ol lots in Stanford, some with house. A number of Improved lots in Liberty, Case county. Hull description of these properties will lie glv en upon application ol 15714 acres, 6 miles $t$ per acre, Farm 300 acres finely Improved, rarra The truth is we can better afford to sell good goods at a price within the reach of all than load our customers with trash that is so often in the market. We Want Your Trade, And we propose to pay you by making your dollar buy more than it ever did and more than at any other house in Central Kentucky. It wont cost you any thing to see our goods and get prices. A BIG LIVERY BUSINESS BliVMEACD 8 & W. H. HlGGINS. Besides our Regular Line of ! (0To W. B. McKinney. For Sale! I will offer privatelr lor the next 30 dayr, and If not sold then, I will oiler at public auction, on HARDWARE &c, we will keep a fine assortment of Staple and Fancy Es- I Saturday, July 28, 1894. On the premlvs at llarrodsburg, Ky., at to A. M., My Complete Livery Stable tablishment, Which comprises a full line ol Carriages, lluggies, Phaetons wagons, Omnibus and Tiinsfer wagons, Morses and Mules, together with Harness and all accoutrements and equipments for a livery stable. For many years my livery stable has been the leadlnicone In Harrodsburg.and has done a large a d business. Owing to my ill health, 1 have decidtti to sell out and quit tho business and wind up my aflairs. At the same time the M AGNIFICENT STABLE UUILUIN'O will be leajsdor rented. Full icfor'nation on application, n. E. COLEMAN. 3S Harrudsburg, Ky first-class Such asSugars, Coffees, Molasses, Flour, Meal, Lard, Bacon, Beef, Can Goods, Pickles, Spices. Candies, Cakes, Oranges, Lemons, Bananas in fact, GBOCIERIES, s EVERTHING HlGGINS & McKINNEY. San Francisco Portland. To make your table full of first-claseatables. Butter, Eggs, &c, in exchange for goods. To reduce our stock, special prices taken will be offered for the next 30 days. Come and see us. A World's Fair Record. CHICAGO VIA Q) touisvau.NiwAtflAUTi Chicago Rt((a' PULLMA1TSAND PARLOR CARS. ONLY LINE KROM LOUISVILLE O'Brien Wagons AITS RUNNING - DINING - CARS. WRI1E TO E. H. 1JACON, Canton Chil'd Plows. PAERIS & HARDIN. Stanford, Ky. D. P. A.. K. Louisville, Ky. J. HEED, G. P A Chicago, 111. St. Paul. Denver. It.W . vv I - k vghg1 .j 2a t. - w" m 3njbsssssvBW t i'fm &tiw $ifRi,f?ijBiiri VJ- Semi-Weekly Publloliod Q2 a-- Interior Jourha THECROWNLESS MARTYRS OF THE Friday Every Tuesday and AT "V-BA- HE WAXED ELOQUENT. PICK. IN" ADVANCE MARRIAGE RING. XIV WRITTEN not so paid 32.60 will be charged." K. M SMITH. 1 SOBS PAGES. TOR THE INTERIOR JOl RNAL 'When necessary. K. C( LOCAL TIME CARD. (Continued from last Tuesday.) Mr. Carter looked into her brown vel vety eyes. Their pue pavo him inspir ntiou, and with n half suppressed sigh ho 'V e quoted: "I know uot how she is to others But to me she is wholly fair, returning Train naves Uowiand at 7:00 a. m., And the liht of the Heaven she cawo it j:o p. m. from, L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Still lingers and jjleamB In her hair." .1 37 pm Mail train going North The brown eyes fell, her cheeks took 113pm " " South pm on n pinker hue and she very humbly Czprets train " South ti Jl 1. i . North 33n said: ''1 must so now." .930 am Local freight North bourn m . .......J07P "Mav I accompany you?" he asked. Tht latter trains alio carry panengeri. "No, you must stay ripht hero, I - Tht above it calculated on itandard tint. Solar line ia about 10 minute t falter. havn't far to ro. I'm staying at Mr. Taylor's. His daughter Jennie and I QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. were schoolmates." Going North trains piss Junction Citr as lol- "I'm Rind of that, Mr. Taylor is an old Vcstibule starts 0 a. m. ves lows: Local 1:10 p.m. r lor Ida friend of mine. Can't I call to see !you elbulo Limited 3:31 p a. m Limited South M O. Vestibule ia tS p. m. Florida there sometimes?" Limited ".15a m Local 11:33 p. m. "No, I'm invalid, and am not receivVestibule arrives S 40 raing corapanv," she archly replied as she started oil. Once she looked back, Mr. Carter was gazing gloomily in the brook. "Say!" she hallooed back, "If Mr Taylor is an old friend of yours, you ought to come over to see bin. He has an very nice daugeter." Then Bhe hurried along and was soon lost to eight. Mrs. Allyn met Jennie Taylor between the house and the gate. "Oh! Jennie, I had the most romantic adventure to day! You just ought to have seen him. He says he knows your father, and is coming over to see him. A cream of tarter baking pow- And then he is ao wise, Solomon and der. Highest of all in leavening Tlato. and all those old fellows don't " Latest United States know anything! He strength. "But pray who is this he?" added Jen-ni- e Government Food Report. interrupting her. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., "Mr. Wagoner, no, Mr. Carter from Georgia. 100 Wall Street, New York, Here's his card, you just ought to have heard me reading his name when he handed me hiscard. I jumbled his name, his occupation, and his resiP. B. RILEY.lProprletor, dence all together, pretending that I Kentucky. thoueht all of them was his name. I told London, - I hare moved to my new Hotel .and am betttr blmlwasa widow, and and a lot of prepared than ever to accommodate the public other fibe! Did you ever bear of of him Good Livery attached and every convenience Give me call. before?" FRANK RILKY. 7J "0 yes, I've heard father speak of him. He's an old misogynist can't endure You surely our sex, I understand. must have pressed him very closely to make him talk to you. But really you did didn't tell him you were a wido-vyou." "Why certainly I did. I wish I had known that he was a woman hater, I'd given him a piece of my mind. Just to EC. think I made eyes at him and made him eay lots of nice things to me!" Breeder and shipper of "Why Evelyn Allyn! I am ashamed of Thoroughbred Duroc Red Jersey you. I shall make it my business to unHogs. deceive Mr. Carter, on sight, about your Tigs from regiittred stock for sale, from the best being a widow. The idea!" fiords in Ohio and Illinois. Call and examine my "All right, tell him and I'll tell him berd or address R. II. Bronaugh, Crab Orchard. you are trying to catch him yourself! I'll tell him what a bad temper you have, ..IV YOU ARK GOING..... and I'll maka up lots of other things to R frighten him off." ......THE "Your threats will not deter me, you know I promised Mr. Allyn to take care of you. If he were to hear that you had been flirting in Sylvan Solitudes' with a perfect stranger, he'd never let you come to see me again. I am shocked at you LouitviLic 4 Nashville R. R. Evelyn shocked!" said Jennie Taylor, 8 i trying to look stern. is the hoe for you, as its "Well, while you are being shocked, I'll go and shock the pantry. I'm as hungry as a wolf." Make close connections at In a few days thereafter, Mr. Carter LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI called and was presented to the ladies For all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. in due form. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH After that he was a constant visitor at any information enquire of For IOES. U1L.E. Agent. the Taylors'. Many long rambles they Stanford. Ky Or which the golden, took after McQUOWN, Trar. Pais. Agent, W. Junction City, Ky glad days of spring were fast flushing inA. G. Laohfim to bloom, or "under the greenwood tree" John 0. Cattleman. they eat and read, or wonderingly listened to the secrets whispered by the Ileafy lips above them. One day, after Mr. Carter had left Mrs. Allyn laughingly remarked to Jen nie: "That was really mean in you, Jennie, to tell ou me. I shall never Blue-Gra- n 1 Diue-Grai- s P- - - Sniurirhnt 1'urllrulnr .Iml;n Who Drew the LI in? tit Minpi'iulcr. "Sonio years ago," paid General Miller to n reporter for the- Indianapolis Sentinel, "I was tryng n case up in Whitoloy county, when not conducted with tin? fori, tlity thnt is the rulo down here. It was u terribly hot tiny in AuguM, nnd the sun Wiis cutting ucnws lots to get ivt us. Wo had stood it bravely for three days, nnd after the testimony had been nil giveu to tho jury wo began with our arguments. Oppoatxl to mo was a man who weighed over 200 pounds, and it got eo hot that he began to sizzle. It enmo his turn to address the jury about tho middlu of tho afternoon, and ho began with a great big cnbbngo leaf sitting upon his head. As ho became inom and more enthused tho cnbbago leaf fell oir, nnd thou, as ho begau to warm up to his work, tho only relief ho could bccuro was by tho removal of his wardrobe. As he started into tell what an unprincipled villain tho dofeudant really was ho jerked oil his coat nnd threw it on n bench. As ho dived into the 'res gestru ho shed his veit. Tho for tho crimo brought hi collar off with a jerk, and as ho in vivid words began picturing the scono at tho flnnl moment ono suspender slipped from his 6houlder. It really began to get interesting. "Tho court as well as nil tho others in tho room had been dlvidiug attention between the oratory and tho shedding of apparel, and as that suspender slipped from tho shoulder of the aroused orator tho judge concluded that it was timo thnt something should be done. Ho coughed onco or twico and then A. mo-tiv- o IVORY fjfroiYijII J. A. SHANNON Is a candidate for Constable In Precinct. the Election November next Hustonville isciXji-iinsrEjaEs-- -i Two doors abose Poit-OIIlc- Alwsys on hand G. D. SMILEY precinct, democratic party. Is a candidate tor Tho Nobicst and Nicest Goods? Can be had in the market. Prices lower than the lowest Mourning Roods ft specialty. Call and examine before bus hie MAUV DAVIS DUDDV.RAR. Stanlord, Ky Mrs. Kate Duddrrar, Manager. COMMERCIAL III.OCK Jiutico ol the Peace in the litis-totivll- le subject to the action ol the tig-n- ro I.. B. ADA MS, Is a candidate for Justice of the Pratf in the precinct; subject to the action of the ocratic party. dem- TheDavis Verticil Feed iSewinj Machines greater variety of machine. The Are th 50AP JLe. 3L T. J. BENEDICT, Klet-tlot- a bet because 'hey run lighter and can do wcrk than any other sewing The present Constabif, is a candidate for in the Stanford pioclnct. ulject to the action In November, of the democratic party i lie asks) our support. Ladlos of Lincoln County Are cordially invited to call at the t Asaph Hotel and examine the machine, as well as sam pies of its work. McMUKKAV IIKOS , -i CkCk 44 ". 3fr PURE FOR CLOTHES. a GAMBLE CO, CtNTL - IQOO V 49 I Stanlord, Ky R. Zimmer, DEALER IN DRW. PENNY Dentist. B. Office South Sid Main St., In office rccenUy vacated by Dr. Lee K. Hulfman, Stanford. Ky. THE PROCTEH Fancy p'c : Groceries, Higgins Do- 8c Watts, n. ........ W. L. DAWSON Is a Candidate for Magistrate in the Stanfoid clnct ...Doalsri Foreign and All Kinds Stanford, . I am of Coal. Ky. Jersey -:- - Dairy. mestic Fruits, Candies, Nuts, Tobacco, Cigars. Headquarters lor almost anything you want. When you wantaT,rst VOUAKE,... R pfotfully Znvitsd. lust back (mm the cities with a large and which I will sell cheaper than ever. Allsa Laura a superior tilmmcr Iroin Clncinnf.., hasrnfSKed with me and I can guirrntec satisfaction in every particular. Call aad see my iroods. A. Q. HUFFMAN, Pror. Having bought out G. A Peyton, t am prrpar ed toturnish my customers with the bet ot Milk fiom the purest brceu of At the prices already estatlished Milk delivered in Stanford and Rowland twice per day All accounts due at the tud of 30 days. wrllirlectedsiockofMILLlNKRV, Jail, ffisoafey L.mvaet f Pure THE RILEY HOUSE -- the jury must not interpose anything thnt was uot brought out by the evidence. ' class meal for 25c, call on him. I will alio stand ray thoroughbltd Jerrvy Dull, "Tho animated lawyer's fingers were nervously clutching at tho other susSaiiflre St. pender, and as he heanl tho interrup(Subject to Registry) tion hustoppcl in tho midst of a concat- At TWO DOLLARS AND A HALF the season A. (i HUFFMAN enation of adjectives. Ho hadn't un" Stanford, Ky. derstood exactly. " 'Your honor, I trust I shall bo given sufficient liberty to expoo' "The court interrupted him. 'You As administrator of the late A. O Wstkins, I sell tne nlitht'tt bidder, on the premises, will bo permitted in argument to exposo uill milestoEast ol Voiernitc, Casey count), en everything connected with tho crimo as two brought out by tho evidence, but tho FRIDAY, JULY All kinds 1894. and Fendersof Carriage and Uuggy Tops, Dashes court feels that yon have shown n dis torcrsonal position to digress materially. You will The following deicritcdbred trotters, propertv, onewit. rourmarrs, hleli one colt, AND RECOVERED old mule, on. e soke ol osen, two cows. 34 REPAIRED please conflno your.-e- lf closely by more f hCk!S, fa mine implements style and at Sstlrfactory Prices. In adjusting your suspenders. Li" enoSS poo'ds, & e. DeNARDI, JOHN 'I kkxis. All sums of $10 and under cash All "And then ho understood." Carriage Painter and Trimmer, ocr thai anonnt a irullt oi three moths Negoitauford Ky. tiable paper, pajable in the National Until of Nut a Surrrss. Htistonvi le. Parties indebted to tho estate muit settle, while thine having claim airalnil it rnut prcwni them Ladies, Your Attention, Please. " 'Counsel in presenting his case to quietly: Jsrsey Cows, of MISSLICCIE nEAZLEV, Stanford, Ky. Lambert, fff V . r 1 R ZIMMER. r-- Administrator's Sale 27th, hiM&t&rm 72St7 uj3MfXzfj ft: A ..VtiMSi . ( BTTCGT TOPS. Jirf.'t tCSrfft fsuzja Hi r I Lrt a W YA- - A rrt - uy-- tu pr .For Kirst-cla- ss Refreshing Bath. Hot or Cold, stjllih Hair Trim or Clean Shave, go fc lo 11 ,c--m Cook Fnrmor'a Bnrbor Shop. I ) properly pros en by day ol sale EDWARD ALCORN, dmr My Stock of Millinory yilj lain-sued. The Myers House. IVW OHEKN, Proprietor. GENERAL REPAIR SHOP. I'protitcrirg Lounges, Chairs and ati kinds oi M litres cs. , Rocking Is telcK rapidlv opened and It embraces every tnlng pretty and stylish. I have engaged Mlis a mc Julia Stitl.of Cincinnati, to trim tor and IsSne is to sure lady of much esperlence and taste give satisfaction. An esaminalion of MRS POKIKT COlKiS. 10 Stanford, : : : n Kontucky. R. Bronawigh., Furniture Repaired, C. 1 "" L And Varnished. Prires to suit the times. Call and scv me at II. C Ruplcy'aold stand opposite btraub's Tin Snop JOIINT. I1LANKENSHIP. Main Street, Stanford, Ky. 35-i- m Linnietta Park Springs, Junction City Post-Offic- e, I am still running this lloirl aad still continue tc g' my guests the pulittst attention as well as the best the msrktt arTunli. pecial Attention to the Traveling- Public. Wheu you want a first-cla- turnout come to my nOYLE COUNTY. KV. "Ho would inako n good looking pointer if his tail was only straight" flHHti Office A. S. PRICE, Stanford. j NORTH WEST, Wil IL J Co. takes pleasure in to Its patrons and the public generally that they have leaied this popular resort and hase placed the management in chsrge of Capt. 1 nomproverbial tolltentss and atas Kichsros, whc tention msuies pleasure and comfort to Its guests. The culinary department will be under the spe clal charge of Mrs Sallle Richards, whoie qualifications are too well known tn that capacity to I am now ready to dollvei rranufactuied Ice seed ccinmcnl In this notice. Ircm the Stanford Kactorv to customers rrrulsrlv every mornluir at the rate cf FIFTV CEN1S PER HUNDRED POUND LOT b and over, and A irooJ Band has been etnploye.1 lor the season. at 75c in smaller lots. E llKKMKIt, Starford. 10 There will be dancing eryevnmg and special hops every Frldsy evening. The grand opening ball Frldayevenlng, June 15. LINNIK1TA SPRINGS CO., Props , 4Mt Tiiomai Ri(.HAns, Manager. Owsley Buildlne. SURGEON DENTIST ovsr McRobtris Drug Store in the nss OPEN JUNE 1ST, 1894. The Linnietta Springs LIVERY STABLE. Price to suit tht bard times. at the Myers lloute Oftce Call or leave odsr Farmers Rank&Trast Co OT STANFORD. KY., Is now fully organised and ready lor business ICE, ICE. MYERS HOUSE wilt Paid up Capital of SurpluB, . $200,000. -- MUSIC. a 000. Double Dally Trains X.1TTER V STABLE P. W. CREEN, Prop. This stable, which Is run n connection with ths n Myers House, has been supplied wltt ncll-kucw- " m&2JUSJEteW9:to f t.jL1 .1 wit ? - r CRAB ORGHARD ro lf wV-t- e A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, wild-flower- s, Fffl -- Buggies, Wagons, aIi. runmer's Supplies and Is letter than ever (supply the public with prepaid -FinST-OLASS SEASON0 OF 1884 Oral j OrclinnJ., SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with tht ssmt asset and undar ine same management. By provisions of its chatter, depositors are as fully protected as ait depositors in National Hanks, its shareholders being held Individually liaole to the estent ol the amount of their stock therein at the par value thcrnil, in addition to tht smount invested in such shares. It may acta esecutor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully a an individual. To those who entrusted their bulsiness to us while innaglug the Lincoln National Hank ol Stanford, we we here lender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their business with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt ansa-tio- n to same, our twcn.j years' experience banking and as liberal accommodations as are con-it sistent with sound banking, niKicToHs: Williams, Mt. Vernon; b. 11. Shanks, fctaufoid; J.S Owsley, Stanford; S J. Kuibry, Stanford; J H. Owsley, Stanlord; J F. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, MIIIed(evi!U, Ky. W. II. Cummins, Preachersville. S. H. Shanks, President Dr. J .'It. Owsley, Cashier, W. M Hright, Teller J. RIGS OF.AL.L. KINDS givento Weddings P. V. GREEN, lj. J. ROYAL Jsir ?($ V1 Life. I Personal and promplattention Parties and Burials. AL HURNS, Manaccr Proprietor nsurance Company 'ul" o NORFOLK AND you." OF LIVERPOOL. An Inlulllblu Inilltatlou. "Why?" aBked Jennie. bilenco around There was nn intens-you see Mr. Carter "Because, Hashem'b tablo 6ARBEE&0ASTLEMAN has given me can'tg. b. and has eyes nnd Jlrs. boing served. whilo the chicken! the was It was broken byj MANAGERS, ears for no one except you." tho girl with fluffy whito hair, who "That only shows his good ono with dark Commerce Building, Louisville Jennie, laughing, "but really taste," said whimpered to tho has paid his glasses: , I thought board bill "Billy Bhven SOLD TO ' Agents throughout the South. you were getting more than your fhare at last." ALL POINTS: "How do you know?" of his attentions." "Ilo got a pieco of whito meat iustend W. A. TSIBBLE, Local Ajcnt, OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, (To be continued ) of tho wing nnd neck, as usual." STANKORD, KY. WISCONSIN, Those Who akk Postbd. Will tel Washington Star. you that the finest and healthiest MISSOURI, KANSAS, An Krci'iitrlc summer resorts in the northwest are NEBRASKA, COLORADO, Mrs. Hnlo (just married) Maria, vo located along the Wisconsin Central Lines, among which are Lake Villa, Fox will have eels as a second course for Swift's Spicjfic ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, forgive WESTERN RAILROAD. TICKETS To tho Public Since its dlscoery by Daniel Hoone nearly a century or more ago the locality ol Crab Orchard Springs has len tho Mecca of health and pleasure seekers. With Its healing surwaters, oronlc atmosphere and home-lik- e roundings. It at once affords to the e..crwled and a delilitateda Hope and The slclnity abounds with scenes tucharin the Painter and inspire tne Poet, ylvan walks lortfie Lover, embowered Inws lor the weary. Howling, llilllardand Dancing Halls for th light hearted, and Hunting for the sportsmen, kspocial atten-tiis iclen to the cuulne. Terms moderate. From i to J15 per week, lor further Information, applv to F.M A N Pror. (J i N, , . 0 Crab Orchard, Ky or L'-1 1 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. D. S. At the well-know- n CARPENTER, old stand ol J. II. Green, in Capital Stock Surplus $200,000 21,300 Hustonville, Has just - - Kontucky. &c. received a beautiful line of ssssssss S S A Tested Remedy For All A reliable cure for Contagious Blood Poison, Inherited Scrofula and Skin Cancer. As a tonic for delicate Women and Children It has no equal. Being purely vegetable, Is harm-let- s in its effects. A treatise on Blood and Skin Disease mnilwl 1 uee on application. Surreys, Phaetons, jBuggiea, Call and see Ins stock and get his prices which are lower than anybodys. ii jou waut a nice set of harctss, a whip or a duster. Hinder Twine for sale. JAMES YKAGER. THOMAS VEAGER. V s s s Blood and Skin s s Diseasis s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s Untwists Sell It. Waukesha, Neenah, Waupaca, Fifield, Ashland and Duluth. Tourists and pleasure seekers figuring on their next Bummer's vacation should bear this in mind and before selecting a route drop a line to Jaa. C. Pond, General Passengttr Agent of the Wisconsin Central Lines, at Milwaukee, Wis., and he will send you maps, time tables and guide books containing valuable information, which are mailed frre upon application. S) Lake, Antfoch, Burlington, Mukwnnago, dinner. Maria ma'am? How much ought I to get, TEXAS, MTB-WES- T, SOUTS-WES. Mrs. Halt I think 12 yards Vogue. Bufflcient. At tho Poultry Sliosr. will bo '4IE WEST, YEAGER & YEAGER, FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. THE BEST HJLiMAN live:, first-clas- m and mine stable, STANFORD, E.Y. " Special Hates to Commercial Men. It May Do aa Much for You. issssssss; SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga.' Mr Fred Miller ol Irving, 111, writes that he had a Severe Kidney trouble for many years, Appropriate. with severe pains In his back and also that his bladder was itfectcd. He tried many sj called Plnnklnton (visiting Bingo) GraKiducA cures but without any good result. About a year olo he began uie ol Electric Oit.ers and cious, old man, what havo you got found re lief at once. Electric Hitters is especially blood red Wall paper 1U this rOOlll lor.' adapted to cure ot all Kidney and Liver troubles' ,. .1.,. . A. " "K" mi.: . i.i i...n ia and often gives almou instant relief. Ore trial' . will rroe our statement. Price onlv oc . lor in wnicn 1 suave mvscii. lorn arge bottles At A. R Penny's Drug Store. World. "Great snakes! Thero'a 07 littlo chicks in that box. How could ono hen hatch out as many as that?" "A hen didn't do it. They was hatched in a in a incubus, you dern fool!" Chicago Tribune. ROUtTtO COACHES, THE NORTH AND EAST. VESTIBULED SLEEPING AND D1NIN0 CftR? SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE Ii you need livery give ua a call. Nothing but s turnouts will leave our stable. Sec us for rates. In our HARNESS SHOP You will find a good assortment of Harness, baddies, Sic. Have your repairing done by our man he understands his business, Wc have a mechanic in our Ilrl-dl- WRFOLKWESTERN Write for Rates, Main, 'iimpblcts, to any Station W. B, BIVILL. Tluie-TnWe- s, RAILROAI De!crlptl CHEAPEST, BESTANO QUICKEST LINE. BLACKSMITH SHOP. s work nnd satisfactory Will guarantee prices. Tiy our horse ahocr. Agents for Deeriug Machines, the lightest draft machine on eartb. first-clas- ti Aent, or to iow Wl'll'Mwarrrlll. liOtjLL,W. ALLCN HULL, A, I. Ul. lOLlMlllCO. I'.n.r M. T, BRASS, TraolUy Psm. KOIVOUE. li. Attention of the public is invited to the fae that this is the only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Uank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders' liability tor to amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. Five iworn statements of thecondition of the bank are made Aich vcinn th tr.ii,.. ment and Its assets are eaamined at stated lime ojiurcrnmrni agenta, thus securing tddititoat and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as tht Deposit Dank of Stanford in i!j8, then lied at the National Hank ol Stanford in 1805 tnd again re.prganiied as the First National Hank ol . imi, ... ,.,u pracucauy an .u uninterrupted existence, of years. Ills better supplied now with lacilities for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully tollc-tTht Directory of this Uank 11 composed ol Forestut Reid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; J. V. Uayden, Stanford; S.H. Baughman.JLineoln; J S. Hoeker. Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford. K. L. Tatiuer, McKinney; M. Miller, Mt. Vernon. J S.IIockcr, President; John J. McRoberts, Cashier, A. A. McKinney, Assistant Caahlcr. c... d. -- J. .A1 Vtjj "gSjf i&l JV rJL M t. i