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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894072701 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. mmmmmmmmum '1'I 1 ; i- - Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxit. WILUAMSBURMHITLEY COUNTY. I Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. JULY 27. 1894. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. MILLERSBURG FEMALE COLLEGE. NO. 42 THE LONE STAR STATE Mr. J. K. Saprit has been on tliu sick Hat for the pnst week. Miss llnttio Jones hai returned from an extended trip to Indiana litst Friday. The Infnnt hoij of Prof. C. M. Stevens died Wednesday of chronic dysentery. Mrs. 1). P. Wliilsett ha gone to Dawson, Pa., to visit her daughter, Mrs. RllBO. I Mr. Pris Willinma lost n roll of hills containing nhout $150 Sunday somewhere nbout town. Most of pur coal mines have begun operation again and wo hope to have better times soon. The London district of colored Baptist held a Sunday School convention hero last Sunday. A largo crowd was in attendance Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Klllson entertained soino of their young friends last Friday evening In honor of their guest, Miss Young. ! . Deputy Shuritr Crcektnoro brought two negroes in from Pleasanl View last Saturday charged with robbing a section hand of his money. A party composed of Messrs. J. V, Siler, M. J. Hoffman and C. M. Stevens, accompanied br their wives, spent Sunday at Cumberland Falls. The Misses Hill very elegantly entertained their young friends at their home last Tuesday evening. Almost all of the young people of the town were present and also, Miss Young, of Atlanta, Ua., and Miss DoLanoy, of I ronton, 0. Monday afternoon Mr. S. A. Harries got his left hand caught In the planing machine of the Kentucky Lumber Co'h mill and it was so badly mangled that Drs. Moss and Watkins amputated it, leaving the thumb, which they hope to save, although ii was badly torn. Miss Kllza McNeil hss returned from a trip to Illinois. G. A. Dunham went to LouUville Sunday to spend a few days. Mr. M. K. Pennington is visiting in Lon. don. Mr. 0. T. Carpenter preached at the Baptist church Sunday uvening. Mr. and Mrs. Mason Smith are happy over the arrival of their first daughter. Harlan Green was very seriously hurt last Saturday near his home in the country, by a log rolling over him. He and his brother wre clearing land fur a turnip patch and while ho was attempting to prevent a log from rolling down the hill, he fell and the log past over hit) entire body, but the only er!oua wound is a fracture of the skull. Dr. Moss, who la attending him, thinks ho will recover. The Whitley County Union S. S. convention met here last Thursday and while the crowd iu attendance was small, there was much interest manifest and nil those who were present to perform their duties, did their part well. The morning session was held in the Christian church and the afternoon session in the Baptist church. Hev. V. K. Wheeler, of Pleasant Hill, Tenn., preached at the M. K. church Wednesday evening and Rev. J. H. Amis, of Jellico, Tenn., preached nt the Congregational church Thursday uvening. Both of these sermons were in direct connection with the Sunday-Schowork. The next convention will be held at Corbin, July 20, 1593. ol Rev. J. 0. A. Vaught, of Committee. As a member of tho visiting commitKlizt A. Coirinnn. tee to this college, I desire to submit the Dr. H. Bfown, nf Huston villi-- was following report; ,.1 tl.. I.'. l. ........ Ili..l IV. I.. I.. nt iim HAumiiKu nuiri, j urnuH v infill, I have been present on tho annual being called here to see Mr. Humphrey, commencement occasions of this old Mr. Absalom Wash, of Anderson, school, almost continuously, for the past county, nephew of our popular veiieru-- j years, and have witnessed much of Its hie citizen, Thomas Wash, opened school every day workings through all this here Monday morning one week ago. time, and I am satisfied that the past Mr. WhsIi is an accomplished and talenyear has been one of the best in its histed young man and wo feel assured that tory, both as to the extent and; thorhe is a valuable acquisition to our town. oughness of the work done. Its faculty It all'ords us much pleasure to state .. .i . ... ... . r. Humphrey, whom we has always measured up to the best In iiim.ur. the South and its graduates will compare reported in a critical condition in our well with other institutions. last, Is now In an Improved state, and As a patron of this school for the past his many friends have hopes of his re. eight years. I speak of things of which covery. Mr. II. is one of the most en I do know. The school is up terprising and energetic business men to the measure of its curriculum,, which in the county and the people In general is up to the best female schools In the feel a deep interest in his welfare. State. Elder Kobert Campbell, grandson of This college is located in the delightful Alexander Campbell the founder of the little town of Millersburg, iu Central Christian denomination, accompanied Kentucky, 25 miles from Lexington, ac Elder Jesse Walden, preached in the feasible from all points by rail. Having Christian church here last Monday night lived in this town for four years, I be to n good size audience. It was late lieve it to be the most healthful place I when he arrived, consequently an know of. Having been a school town notice was given, else he would for a third of a century, it is a place of have had a crowded house. Although splendid culture, as well as moral and resome were present no doubt from mere ligious refinement. There is nothing to curiosity to hear a descendant of so disencourage extravagance on the part o' tinguished divine preach, yet all were the pupils, or to detract from the greathighly pleased with his discourse comest quiet and the best worx. ing as it did from a mere beginner, and The college buildings are large, airy, it is predicted that a bright future is beand comfortable. The health of girls is fore him. especially looked after by Dr. and Mrs. Monday was county court day with Pope. a good attendance. The moat noted The religious influence over the girls is feature of the morning exercise was the good and their church privileges are in ubiquitous patent medicine men with accord with parental instruction. their attractive sleight of hand ami mag- -' The papers examined by the commitical tricks and unrivaled ointments. Ini tee were the heat we have read, from the evening at the ringing of tiie court either girls or boys, in the past; but the house bell, n large number assembled in e president is always working the circuit court room to hear Judge W. and planning for better thingi, and we G. lUins, 'Squire John M. Tilford, Ja. trust he may realize the desire of his II, Passmore and 'Squire Henry Brown heart. preneut their claims for county judge, We heartily recommend the Millersalso Mr. Geo. W. Watkins for county' burg Female College and its accomplishclerk. As the assembly became reotlet-ed and accommodating president. toward the last, other candidates desistHarrodsburg, Ky. ed from making speeches. There were not many from other counties here, but COUNTY. BRODHEAD, ROCKCASTLE we noticed Lewis Withers fromStuuford, We aro glad to be able to say that K. L. Tanner from McKlnney, Scott Mc- -' our old friend, I N. Newland, Is out on of Danville, and some few other the street nui-- more. He took a trip to noted men on hands. Crab Orchard aud has now gone to .Mr. LIcensH was issued on the 21th to , Nttiuil L. Turpin to marry Mips I Texas not What it Is Cracked up to be. To the Editor of The Interior Journal. 2:5. ... first-clas- s, wide-awak- s ; I e Mar-etsbur- g. HUBBLE. willowgfwve7boyle"county. S.ock water la becoming distressingly scarce in thin neighborhood. The young ladies of this neighborhood are organizing a riding club. Misses Dave Lewis and Mary Cosh visited tho family of Dr.T. M. Lewis last week. Miss Mattlo Itasley will tench the school nt this place next session. Miss Georgia Lewis was not nn applicant for it, as many seem to think. Prof. L. 0. Bosloy nccompanled Misses Mnyme, Pearl White and Mattie Bosley to Lexington last week. Mite Alice Wright, of the Hnstonville vicinity, has been viaiting the Misses Gasti-ueau. Dr. Herriu presented Charley Ad- ams with a fine girl last week. Miss Lulu Owsley began school here Monday with a good attendance. y L'nderwood Bros, are building a to stow some cheap wheat in. Mrs. Belle Joues, of Lexington, is with her sister, Mrs. S. E. Owsley. Mr. John Murphy, of your town, is visiting relatives and friends iu this community. Hubbies, Eubanks Bros., J. J. Walker and others weighed their lambs here Tuesday and shipped to Cincinnati. Miss Ella Jouee, of Lexington, and Mies Lizzie Simpson, of Marksbury, are visiting friends in the Hedgeville vicinity. The people regret the death of Ben Owsley, the village blacksmith, which occurred last week. Ho had been here at his post nearly 20 years And had made many friends. Our young brother, W. II. Shanks, gave us a good sermon at Rush Branch Sunday morning. It was enjoyed by n large audience, who are congratulating him on his first ell'jrt in the ministry. Greenborry Bright, Jr., is tHking in the Richmond Fair this week. Mrs. Win. Moreiand and son Uihert are viF- iting Mrs. Knh Engleman. J. B. who Is visiting his parents, tells us he is doing n fair business at Middles-bornotwithstanding the hard times. Wo are glad to hear of his success, hb ho aud Jake are very worthy business men. gra-uar- j I Bro. John Cherry, who has been superintendent of S. S. at Hickory Giove school house during the summer, was very much surprised a few nights ago by the patrous of the school presenting him with the proceeds of a box supper. The Hon. J. D. Pope, of Louisville, attorney for the L. A N., and who has been its employe for 21 years, was here a few days ago taking the depositions of those who witnessed the killing of Win. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. It. Hash at Cumberland Gap. He did A fair sized crowd was in town court not get to see all the parties the first vifc-i- t, day, but business was unuaally dull. but came bacu and Is looking for the Mr. Letcher Owsley has been quite rest of the boys. ill with (ever, but is rapidly improving. Miss Nannie Yaden is visiting Judge M. D. Hughes has accepted friends at Rowland. Bro. A. J. Pike the Rowland public school and com- have Been bo many advertisements booming the State of Texas nnd the West and as I hnve been here quite a while and find that they are only advertising tho good and Ieaviugoutnll of the had, I think it would be a grosi wrong for me to keep silent, knowing at the same time that there are so many people who are induced to make a sacrifice of their property, leave their homes, kindred aud friends, besides leaving the grandest country on the, globe, taking everything into consideration, I mean the blue grass section of Kentucky, and go West to a country that is as uncertain as the wind I am in what is considered one of the finest counties in the State. The most of tho land is fertile and would produce in abundance but the sensonB are very uncertain. The farmers made a good oat crop, wheat was a fair crop in this section, and they had a fine prospect for cotton and corn, 'although corn is never grade for it matures too quicka ly and is smutty and worm eaten invariably, which causes fatal diseases in Btock that is never dreaded in your State,) until the 17th of this month we had a hall and wind storm that swept the cotton fields as clean as could be and ruined the corn. I make mention of this storm because they are a frequent thing here. The countiy is well filled with pests, such as poisonous snakes tarantulas, stinging scorpions, boll worms, chintz bugs, chiggers, ticks, chicken Heap, mites, Ac, Ac. The mud is very sticky so much so that it will ball on wagon wheels until they become solid with it and lock; a person cau not imagine how inconvenient it is until they Bee it. The northers aro verv disagreeable in winter and spring. The weather may he fine and inside of half nu hour it will be blowing a gale and chilling you to the bone. A person nlllicted with rheumatism appreciates the change more than any one else. We are having some very warm weather now. The thermometer has stood at 110 iu the shade this summer. This is a fine country with the excp tion of these disadvantages. 1 write this letter that my friends and any others who wish to listen to facts, may not be fooled and that they may understand that this is not the honey pond and flitter tree by any means. My advice to all people, who are at borne and making a living, is to stay there and be contented, and don't listen to the glowing descriptions given by land azents nnd others who hnve an axe to grind. Very Respt. Mrs. T. A. Gkesham. As I first-class cen-tepede- e, VanAmtvnk, July R BV year A Preparatory nnd Collegiate School for Girls. Thirty-thiropens Sept. 5, iSgj. A large nnd able faculty. Students last session from n States. Thorough training under Christian influence at moderate cost. Send for catalogue. Address Miss Scott, Anchorage, Ky. d B ELLEWOOD seminary Anchorage. KY. CollegeoF-Kentueky State Opens September xo, 1894. Thirty Professors and Instructors; Nine Courses of Study, as follows: Agricultural, Scientific, Biological, Chemical, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Veterinary, Classical, Normal School. COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. Board in dormitories $2.25 per week; in private families S3. 50 to 4.00J For Catalogues apply to JAS. K. PATTERSON, Ph. D., President, Lexington, Ky. Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Next Session Begins Tuesday, Sep. 4, 1894. An. Eicellent boarding department. Full corpi of Conservatory and Normil School teacher. Superior courses in Literature, Muiic IMA Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. School Books and School Supplies, Complete Line Lowest Prices. New School Tablets and Slates. Examine our Elegant Line of Writing Tablets, Ladies' Correspondence Paper and Envelopes, iting Cards, &c. Stanford, Ky. -- ST.A.Tio:rr:E!:E?x" MY STOCK OF- - i Vis- W. B. McROBERTS, DRUGGIST, FINE PAPERS, Tablets, &c, is very large and SCHOOL BOOKS. Call and See Us. Our Prices Can Not Be Duplicated. A. B,. PBUlT'Sr. Druggist. AI.l MY- - Accounts : Are : Due ! 1 July and January and without any exception those whose accounts are six months past due Rob-inso- n, o, Ulackberriea have been selling in this vicinity nt 75c per bucket, and hard to get at that. At this rate, it would pay a great deal better to raise blackberries than wheat at the present prico of the cereal. A black snake 15 feet in lengthi more or less, got close enough to Will Phillips the other day to stick its teeth through hla breeches, and that geutle-tnn- n was frightened so severely he hasn't stopped running yet. A local Popular excursion to Niagara Falls via Big Four Route, Tuesday, August 1 1th. Side trips to Lake Chautauqua, Toronto nml Thousand Islands. This will be tho grandest excursion of the season, running through to Niagara Falls via Lake Shore it Mictiigan Southern Ky. nnd New York Central It. K., with solid train of elegant coaches, reclining chair cars and Wagner sleeping cars. No change of enra at any point aud no delays en route going or coming. Big Four Excursionists will not be compelled to lay over at junction points for connections. Tickets good returning on all regular trains within five days froui date of sale. Thousand Island tickets good 10 days from date of sale. Only $5 round trip from Cincinnati to Niagara Falls. Only 1 more to Toronto and return. Only $5 more to Thousand Islands and return. Only f to Lake Chautauqua and return. Correspondingly low rates from points on the Queen A Crescent, Louisville & Nashville, Kentucky Central and Chesapeake & Ohio Railways In connection with this excursion. Ask nearest agents of these lines for particulars. E. 0. McCormick, Passenger Trafllc Managor, D. B. Martin, General Passenger Agent, Cincinnati. 1 optlou election has been ordered to bo held in Jellico, Ky., Aug. 17th. When a child dies in Greenland the natlyee bury a live dog with it, the dog to bo used aa a guide to the other world. A baby was born at Columbus, Ga.f last week with no sign of eyes. It had two more lingers thau necessary however. In China a man who killed his father was executed, and along with him his for not having taught him better. A school district in Grant county, Kansas, contains only one family. The father, mother and eldest son have elected themselves trustees and appointed the eldest daughter, at 35 a month, to teach at the younger children. Bchool-mnBter tilled his appointment at Gilead church, Madison county, last Saturday aud Sunday, aud returned Monday by way of Lancaster and Stanford. Miss Sallie Sulfridge, of Corbin, is spending the week witli her friend, Mrs. Ttlmou Gilpin. Miss Helen Saycrs, Mrs. J. 11. Albright. J. L. Carson and the writer nil took in tho Stanford Fair last Friday. We are authorized to Bay to the voters of Rockcastle county that Mr. Geo. Fish will makethe race for county judge He is a son of old L'ncle John Fish, who served this county as county judge for a number of years, and young George stems to possess many of the noble characteristics of his father. We feel satisfied that every good mnn who wishes to cast vote for.nn honorable, upright gentleman can tind all that he is lookiug for In Mr. Fish. Miss Ella Dunn, who has been visiting Mrs. J. G. Frith for a few weeks, has returned to her home nt Bryants-villaccompanied by Orea Smith. Mrs. E. E. Fratheral was summoned to tho bedside of Mrs. S. Gooch at Waynes-burwho has been very ill for a few weeks. Mrs. Pratheral ha9 uot returned, but reports Mrs. Goocb convalescent nt this writiug. Miss Alice Reynolds, who has been at Livingston, for a few months, engaged in the millinery business, has returned home for a few weeks and we are all happy to see her In our midst. Mr. E. E. Pratheral went to Cincinnati this week in the interest of his business. Mr. J. M. Reynolds, of Bee Lick, has secured a position as salesman with Martin A Perkins. Mrs. Dr. J. M. Clark went to Crab Orchard Tuesday. g, e, menced teaching last Monday. The will of Mrs. 0. 0. Stormes was probated in the county court Monday. me She leaves her large estate to her broth Do not be surprised at'seeing it on your account and do not ask ers, Jim aud Alex Xave aud sister, Mrs. to deduct it. Borders. The Ladies' Aid Society will give an next entertainment at the Monday evening for the benefit of the Christina church. Mibses Chasline McGregor and Lula Batson have consented to take part in the musical program and a rare treat is in store for the music lovBecause my friends trade with me, for which I appreciate and thank ing public. Miss Mary Annie Wilmore, of them veiy much. I don't know a better way to get your trade than is visiting Mrs. J. E. Stormes. to get Mr. Graham Price, of Danville, has been C3-OOIvisiting friends aud relatives here this week. Miss Kate Kinnnird entertained For you to select from. friends Tuesday evening. Mr. Tom Scott, of Somerset, was in town Monday. Miss Bettio Robinson entertained the young folks Wednesday evening iu honor A nice line of Dry Goods, Notions, Straw Mats, Caps, Fans, Neck-weaof Miss Dunn, of Danville. Miss Klla Suspenders Ladies' Vests, Corsets, Hose and Shoes. French' Watson is visiting in Martinsville, I ml. Cadies, Cakes, Bananas, Nice Fresh Butter on Ice and Groceries at Miss Hackney, of London, is visiting her Low figures for Cash. siBter, Mrs Richard Ward. Will be Charged Interest H. J. McROBERTS. court-hous- e I MEET WITH SUCCESS. WITST? Nich-olaavill- e, THE BEST I DS I HAVE JUST RECEIVED J. C. FLORENCE. r, JuNCTios OiTV. Mrs. Jennie 0. Wolfe, who has been in Junction City since December, left Tuesday for her former home at Duluth, Minn. Mrs. Frank Kelly accompanied her and as both have been in delicate health for some months, F tet-T- 17 M their friends hope their sojourn on the lakes will greatly benefit them. Mrs. Wolfe also takes Judge McDowell, of Danville, and her brother, John I. Cosby, to assist in eettling up tho estate of her husband, Joseph Wolfe, who died there in February. mob headed by a colored preacher went to the house of Jack Thomas, aleo colored, at Luraville, Fla., for the purpose of hanging him for assaulting a little girl. Thomas opened tire, killing the preacher and wounding six other members of the mob. In Chicago a man was fined 523 for hooting at Mrs. McCollom as she was pedaling through Lincoln Park in a bloomer costume. A 109 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN? ji'i, Two hundred residents of Pond Greek, Ok., have been arrested for train wrecking by seven deputy marshals backed up by a large force of Federal soldiers. The citizens had prepared for an attack on one company of regulars, arrived. when Gambling on the next rain and the duration has, become so great a vice in New York's tar rate has been fixed Calcutta that the government has been f 1 60 for this year. called on to suppreea it. an I Ortfeent Uont. It IT mlUi ihorteit It n'ant itMt ClninLtl to Illr- -, Clarin-utw.l Uilnrwu: jl.iUi .... a -' i,l. rtcit t iu.' .Bill t.. Nt I'rl.tni. H4tuilxih.rt.it C(nlaaklUot'IuiltuiHip. A tkuu.tr Jotk.alUl.. i'lerM... SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS Thromh Pin in Vlck.lroiy in SlirtT-lu- rt. nl t'iroiif i cm UiimciU t NknujYlll r IMr rl.njill.. C. t tin. to Tn.i mJ Hi iIm t m .WhTlll. If.ruU. tl ChnrciKirt. Aik ?enU aUutUurcoui.Ul.in l maiFrom Lttlojwu at hh.IVTill.anl larrnc.Mir.lirt ls'.wenalIofthUT. n!nt. rounlnj Oulr lia. .V . tC lthvMiulatr:iiiuWJllnta&uutli. niVEAKSOV Ota'l l'aai'i Ajiat. ClatlaaaU, O. QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. M 1 iiLii iVji-(- i f t-'- ' '"fsyM,' ri fSjrisr ""- - , ZA t i. r' " r 5 fri&tS: t-- l rvX"' STfjr n-- i JCT. T. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal July Stanford, Kv., crat, his base insinuations against the in- tee. 27, 1894 tegrity of Charles Hare, of Zanesville. O., died a man, whose phoe strings he is scarcely worthy to unloose, is almost beyond the patience of the public to en dure and ho has brought only condemnation on his own perfidious head without hurting the man, who is first in the hearts of the people. That tho Mary- lander is not supported by the democrats of his State, any more than he is by those at large, is shown in the fact that the Queen Anne county convention to select Congressional delegates passed resolutions demanding that the nominee "shall accord President Cleveland his full support and shall be sound ontariffreform.'' The Baltimore Sun is particularly Bevere on the Senator and Bays his attack is "all the more dastardly because his position scarcely permits him to protect himself." The vainglorious individual in his efiort to become famous has made himself in famous, and should no longer bo permitted to assume democratic leadership. He is a republican in theory as well as practice and ho should "shinny" at once to bis own side of the line. Some positive testimony, it is claimSenator Gorman's indefensible attack on the president is meriting just rebuke ed, has been given against "Sugar" Senall over the country. Posing as a demo ators before the investigating commit Mr. Robert A. Frederick, a promi nent attorney of San Francisco, spent soveral days here with old friends and relatives at this place. He is a native of this county and has been in the West for many years, where he has grown wealthy practicing his profession. Mr, E. A. Reppert and wife, of Livingtou, are visiting his parents at Ravenswood, this county. Mr Grove Kennedy, of Russellsville, has been visiting his sis ters at this place. Mrs. J. W. Nrsbitt is spending tho week with her parents and relatives at RavenRwood. W. P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIG NOMINEES. FOR CONGRESS For County Judge Clerk JAS. 11. M'CREARY JAS. WALKER GIVENS G. II. COOPER J. H. PAXTON ..T. D. NEWLAND E. D. KENNEDY .... G. W. DEltORD ' ' Attorne- ySheriff. Assessor Jailer Cleveland's letter to Mr. "Wilson, as hornet's neat in the Senate. Gorman and bia arch was expected, stirred up a i?$L conspirators, Vest, Jonea and Harris, try to make it appear that the president and Mr. Carlisle have been Ruilty of gross in consistency in cpnnection with the tariff bill, both having approved what the president now condemns so strongly as a Black Hose reduced from 10c to 5c, Fancy Hose from 20c to IOC, surrender of democratic principles and a promises. The Maryviolation of party 25c to 15c. Ladies' Handkerchiefs; Swiss Embroidered worth 25c, land Senator, who is a democrat only in reduced to 10c. Men s Handkerchiefs, fancy border, reduced from name, wrs exceedingly bitter in his Instead of injuring the president as 20 to 10c. Silk finished Suspenders worth 25c reduced to ioc, silk speech against Mr. ClevelanJ, declaring certain Senators tried to make it appear, finished with wire buckle, worth 35c, reduced to 15c. that the limit of endurance had been his letter to Mr. Wilson urging him to reached, that the president's "treatment stand firm against tho Senate s amend nf bis fellows" was infamous, and that ments to the tariff bill, which he regardhis action in "joining with the commune ed as direct forfeitures of democratic to traduce the United States Senate" was pledges, has mada him more solid with a most extraordinary proceeding. He the masses, who can not be made to beMen's fine Percale, with Laundered Collars and Cufis attached, worth was very fierce in his denunciation of lieve that Mr. Cleveland is guilty of douexecutive interference with the Legisla ble dealing. Si, and Si. 25, reduced to 75c. foxes" It is tho "'old political July i3, 1S94. tive branch of the government and his of the Senate that the people are dead The Lexington Press denies on tho FINE CLOTHING for hot weather, men's summer coats, worth whole speech was full of bitterness and against and it will purge the body of RESOURCES. authority of a prominent, but nameless While it appears that Mr. vituperation. Si, reduced to 50c. Men's Si. 50 thin coats and vests go at Si. . $'34,054 4; them when it gets a chance to elect Sen- member of his lodge, that Col. Breckin- Loans and discounts Cleveland was anxious for a tariff bill of ators direct. Overdrafts, secured and unsecured . ),u 01 Men's thin alpaca coats and vests, worth $$, reduced to Si. 75. ridge has been expelled from the Mason U. S. Ilonds to secure Circulation some sort to be passed, it does not ap30,000 00 Stocks, securities, etc Tux prospect of an agreement on the ic order. U.379 01 pear that he ever approved the placing furniture and fixtures.. Uncle Joe Read, of Louisville, who 9.130 10 of a duty on coal and iron, the property tariff bill is brighter than it was before ., Due Irom Nat. Hanks. 3,171 M pulse of the coun- was connected with the Legislature as Due from State Hanks and Hankers of the rich, and removing it from wool, the Senators felt the 1,003 4) years, has Due from approved for --'0 . 9,191 oj rcserte agents the product of the farmer. Had he done try on the Bubject and the chances are member or Anchorage Lunatic Checks and other cash items 1,813 fi so, as Mr. Hill says, he would have been now that a compromise will be effected, been placed in the pairs, all solid leather, fine shoes, nicely finished, 7 to 13, will Notes ol other Vat. Hanks 1,7,5 cu 500 false to his pledge, false to himself and the bill having been sent for a second Asylum. Fractional paper currency, nickels and go at Si, worth double the money. Ladies' Oxfords reduced from The Kentucky Jeliico Coal Compafalse to bis party. The New York Sena- time to conference. The darkest hour is . . cents 31 to of day, and it may ny, whose miners are on a strike, will Specie Si toJCjc, Si. 25 to 75c. Men's Pants worth S2 and S2.25, reduced tor said he did not often defend the just before the dawn io.joi 3 negroes to .Legal tender notes . ., 3,357 00 to president, but he was high minded be that the storm may settle into a most advertise for 100 Si and Si. 25. Men's Suits $7 and $S, reduced to S5 and S5.50, take the places of the strikers. They Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer enough and liberal enough to do so when satisfactory calm. S 14 and 15. 00 reduced to S 10. 01 circulation. , 5 per cent. 3,33000 300 pairs Ladies' Dongola Patent will work npgroes in the future. he was unjustly assailed. The same Miss Irving, tho Tarrytown poetress, Leather Tip Shoes, Heels and Spring Heels, from 2 to 7, just reMayor Fitzpatrick, of New Orleans, .... $3,306 f a Senators, who criticise Mr Cleveland says she will soon make public proofs of has sued the Daily States for $100,000 UAHILITIKS. ceived, brand new stock, will go this week at 90; worth Si. 50. now, admit that a few days ago they . $100,000 OO implored him to Carlylo Harris' innocence. As Carlyle damages for libel, and has made affidavit Capital stock plead, badgered and . ..... aa,3oo 00 shot through his of criminal libel against Editor Hearsey. Surplus fund stand by their bill. As a leader of the had the electric current 337 S body in Sing Sing about a year ago for The suit grew out of a municipal scan Undivided profits Senate, Mr. Gorman is a miserable fail... 43,000 00 National Hank .Notes outstanding ana was dal. Due to other National Hanks 8.389 J' ure. ' He has surrendered to the protec- the cruel murder of his wile, given to the worms to feed upon, the 86 31 The president has appointed Hon. Due to State Hanks and Hankers tionists and feels that everybody is in as proofs can do no harm if they John D. Kernan, of Utica, N. Y., and Individual deposit subject to check.... S,Sjj 13 contemptible a fix as himself. He may Demand certificate of deposit o any good. Judge Nicholas E. Worthington, of Peo- Liabilities other than those above stated... 3,000 30 asseverate and charge insincerity on the can't do the fellow 319 ria, III., to act with Labor Commissioner president until doomsday, but the people A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprictoi Unless some republican interferes with Total. ...j,306 jj will not believe him. They still put his calculations, Judge W. M. Beckner's Wright in investigating Debs' boycott STATE OK KENTUCKY, T. D. RANEY. Manager. Count- of Lincoln. ) their trust in him and grow daily more ambition to go to Congress will be real- strike. I, John J McRoWrts, cashier of above named Ensign Rodtnan, of the United suspicious ql the tricksters, speculators ized. Postmaster Lisle has withdrawn, Hank, do solemnly swear that that the above stateand traitors, who parade as democrats in leaving him a clear track for election to States Navy, who was recently in Frank- ment ! true to the best of mv knowedue and be lief. JOHN J McROHERTS Cashier fort, says he not only saw Dick Tate in the Senate. and sworn to before me this 15 day fill out the dead Congressman's term. at his home. The of Subscribed Japan, but visited him W M. I1K1GHT.N. 1. L.C. July, 1S94. Debs, like the craven that he is, dis- The judge is noted for getting there, and defaulting treasurer is apparently living J. S. H01KKR, ") D11 1 W. Hayoin, J. claimed every intent to bring himself of trying to revolutionize things after he in ease, but he is much broken and has W A. TKiliatt, J Our terms arc Strictly Cash and Prices Strictly Low. We expect gen- does. into contempt of court and made a aged rapidly. eral plea that he "did 'not do anything to sell every man alike and to all at the Judge Field, of Louisville, has renREPORT OF THE CONDITION no bow" when called to plead before the dered a decision, which if sustained, will YERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. ML U. S. court. The judge decided that his make banks pay city and other taxes as The physicians report an epidemic THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE. reply was insufficient and declined to individuals. The banks claimed an of dysentery troubles. Ill the State of Kentucky, at the close ofbusiueta dismiss the contempt proceedings. He, contract under the Hewitt law, Mr. Lichleiter, of Nebraska, is putJuly 18, 1&J4. Examine our goods and convince yourself that we mean more than reduced the bail from $10,000 to hut Judge Field decides that it is to be however, ting up a dwelling on a lot recently pur27,000, but Debs still languishes in jail, read subject to the act of 185G, which RESOURCES we say. I lard times is the cry and money is scarce. Now is the of Willis Adams, Jr. where he ought to have to stay the rest holds all grants thereafter subject to re- chased time to make One Dollar buy the most, by investing it with $ 9I 500 0 began Monday last. Loans and discounts A public Bchool of his natural life. secured and unsecured.. 1.107 30 peal. Prof. Dickersou is principal and Miss Overdraft', to secure circulation V S. lkinds Later intelligence is that the coutt has 11,301 c Mollie Brown assistant. Large attendJudge Trumuell, who woa appointed Hanking House, furniture and fixtures. i,v 00 continued the proceedings to Sept. oth, Due from National Hanks 194 jj and that Debs and his fellow conspira- by Mr. Cleveland to act as government ance. The blackberry crop has been fair Due Irom State Ranks and Hankers.... &,) 96 tors have given boil. Their lawyer crea- arbitrator, has wired him declining to Due from approved resere areola 77 season, though they will last Checks and 11 50 ted a sensation by assailing the govern- act, as there is no use in investigating a hero this bthercash Items : longer. Pat Welsh has Notes of other Nat. Ikmks.. a few days 1.81 00 ment, indirectly attacking the court nnd strike that is over. We can see where but paid $330 to the pickers. fractional paper currency, nickels and alleging that the railroads had conspired the judge is right. The courts have the tents 41 81 Mr. Milton Iliatt, a prominent farm' with Pullman, yet the courts gave the game in hand now and they will umpire If prices are any inducement you will certainly take advantage of Specie is 03 00 er, has been seriously ill but is some bet- Lttgal tender notes it to the satisfaction of the country. striking employes no redress. i,oo 00 this opportunity to buy Furniture that is unrivalled in quality and deter. Dr. J. J. Brown, who has been ill Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer sign. Antique Oak Dresser Suites go at Si 5; Antique Oak Chcval Tiik weather is almost as uncertain as for some time, is improving. 3 per cent, of eircutatiwi The democrats are having a monkey 31 30 Suites at S20; good Cotton Mattresses at S2. 50; No. Woven Wire a woman's age and a jury's verdict. A Mr. J. W. Nesbitt, the stave king, and parrot time nominating a candidate Total ....Jijl,743 j6 Bed Springs $y Cane Scat Chairs per set S3. 50; Cutting Tables 75c will go up to New York about the 1st 1 for appellate judge in the 6th district. LIAHILIT1ES. and Si; Bed Lounges and Couches $8 to S20; Chatauqua Writing George Washington is the leading man, at San Francisco on tho aime day that it August to complete a deal for better arCapital stock paid in $30000 00 Desks $6; Baby Carriages $$ to Si O. Parlor Suits and Plush Chairs but Paynter has his forces well in hand played up in the 90s at Saut Ste Marie, rangements in his shipments to Italy, Surplus fund 30,000 00 kept in stock and made to order. Special attention paid to odd sizes and the result, when the convention was a ray up to the north. At the same time West India and other foreign ports. Undivided profits i,r3 09 Mattresses of any kind made to order. The We are pleased to notice the increas- National Hank notes outstanding adjourned by a fight among the Kenton it showed 110 in Maine, while it was de10,83000 in Window Shades. 1,713 37 largest variety of Picture Easles Moulding ever handled in Stanford. activity in the number of trains now Due toother National Hanki. delegates, which stampeded the house, cidedly cool in Louisiana. ed Hanks and Hankers 306 31 being run on this division; it shows that Due to State was in very much doubt. This is a disPicture Frames made in the latest styles of moulding. The constant Individual deposits subject tu check 74.57a 49 NEWSY NOTES. graceful state of affairs, especially times are better; more work for the mill! inflow and outflow of goods manifests my success as alow priced cash Total $138 74336 among men charged with nominating a dealer. When you look through my stock and get my prices you can costs 12,525 to ship a million dol- - more money to be distributed along the It I. J. W. I locker, Cashier of the above named man for the highest judicial office in lars in gold to Europe. line, etc. but say that my goods are handsome and prices reasonable. Give do solemnly swear that the abovo statement ' will in all proba- Hank, Mr. Geo. O. Fish the State. Mrs. Mary Ellen Lease is said to be me a call. It true to the beat of my knowledge and belief. bility be the democratic candidate for an adept at hypnotism. J. W. HOCKEK, Casher. of the 12th Illinois The republicans Four men were killed by the falling county judge. He is a man well liked Subscribed and sworn to before me this 33th District will reload and try again. They of an elevator in New York. by all; is well up in all that pertains to day ol July, 1894. J. H. HOCKKK, N. P. L. C. failed to make Joe Cannon go off in 1S90, Edward Alcorn, White caps gave a blind tiger man the welfare of the county and would I). ;. JOHNSON, after he had served 18 years in Congress, 53 lashes at Budney's Station, Ind. Directors. make a race that we believe would be a T.J. lOIIINSON, since which time the district has been winning one. The gold reserve has reached fC0, represented by a democrat. The old Among tho Middlestioro militia boys 000,000, the lowest point in its biutory. CONDITION OK THE piece is somewhat rusty and out of Pacific has also deter on their way to the State encampment The Missouri shape, but it has been unlimbered again mined to have no A. R. U. men on its at Paducah Tuesday, we notice two form FARMERS BANK & TRUST 00. The Drug-StorOpposite the Myers House is the place to buy your and its admirers buoyed by democratic er Mt. Vernon boys, J. R. Vowells, prinroad. AT STANFORD, dissensions hope to have better luck next An attempt was made by strikers ter, and "Crooked" Jim Thompson, car for time. Old Cannon was At the close of business July iS. 1894. to blow up the town of Dunbar, Pa,, penter and, musician. Congress Monday. Our night oflico at the depot will with dynamite. RESOURCES. The cannon ball trains on the Texas probably be opened at an early date. It's Loans and Discounts SuRi'iusEs in thri political world come .289,311 33 School Books,JGlass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries ofall kinds, Pacific collided near Texarkana, Ark., a convenience our people hardly appre- Other stocks and bonds Liquors for Medical Purposes. fast and furious. Hill's defense of Cleve730 00 ciated until it was removed on account Overdrafts 3,313 93 land is followed by the no less surpris- and eight were killed. 33,66 34 n of falling offjin volume of business done Due from Nat. banks Arthur Campbell, a ing action of Powell Clayton, who made Dne from 333 41 and number of trains run. It will now Ranking State Hanks and Hankers a Bpeech in the Arkansas republican con- newspaper man of Toledo, O., was house and lot 3,300 00 Call and see us. bo fully appreciated. bathing. t 800 00 Furniture nnd futures vention, which nominated II. L. RemmeV drowned while Mrs. M. Smith and children have re- Current expenses and taxes 456 79 Miss Harriet Howell, hi Winchester, for governor, in which he endorsed the G. Cash Pennsylvania after a 9,639 88 president's position in the recent strike O., is at the point of death from the ef- turned to stay with tho family of Mr. W: troubles and censured Senator Gorman fects of a hornet's sting. JJ3.573 CS Mr. J. A. Davis, of Burnside, is Illinois republicans nominated a LIAUILITIES. for his strictures of tho president in the GilState ticket, but refused to indorse a visiting friends here. Mrs. Tilman Senate. Capital stock paid In, in cash 200,000 00 pin, of Brodhend, is visiting the family Surplus fund candidate for U. S. Senator. 21,00a c.o Undivided profits Col. Ion B. Nall, editor of the Farm The House has passed a bill provid- of Mr. H. T. Wyrick, of this place. 1,313 06 Dt. J. J. Brown, the retiring presi- Due National Hanks 3,892 33 ere Home Journal and president of the ing for the reinstatement of the railway 3,071 30 dent, reports a successful meeting of the Due btatc Hanks & Hankers..., Kentucky Frees Association, by which mail clerks dismissed in 1SS9. Individual Deposits 103,368 77 body be is greatly beloved, has fully deoil well in America was Southeastern Medical Society at Corbin. The first cided to enter the race for Commissioner discovered on a small mountain farm in Dr. Maningly, of Manchester, was elect$3P,575 S ed president for tho next 12 months. V I, John II. Owiley, Cashier of the Farmers Hank Ii keceiying Hii of Agriculture, and, as the Louisville Wayne, Ky., in the year 1820. Trust Co., ol .Stanford, Ky., swear that the Times says, Col. Nick McDowell will Six persons have died from blood TheBocietyis in a prosperous condition. bove statement is correct to the best of my have to look to his laurels and cabbage poisoning in the last few days at Miner- The next meeting will be held in Mt. knowledge and belief. II. OWSLEV, Cashier. JOHN leaves. Col. Nall is a mighty taking va, O. The disease seema to be epidem- Vernon in October next, when a full at Sworn to before me by I. H.Owsley, this July ( 5. 8o. t, en, nniuni Goods Warranted andjja Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. I. L. C. tendance is expected. kind of a man with all classes. ic. Cnam-berlain- 'a from the eflects of a slight lick in tho abdomen, which was playfully done by a friend. Tho council of Richmond has ordained that outsido eolicitors for job printing must pay a heavy license or submit to fine. Contracts have been awarded for the water-wornnd electric light plant at Shelbyville. Work will be commenced A Million Frloudd. early next month. A friend In need l a friend indeed, and ot Ion Hon. Jerry Simpson was nominated than one million have found Just such a friend in Or. Kiac'i New Discovery for Consumption, by acclamation by the populists of the Couch, and Cold If you have never uicd tin Medicine, one trial Seventh district of Kansas for a third Hte.it itCough wonderfjl curative will convince you powers in all ha that the Throat, Chest and Lung,. Each botterm as Congressman. or mon is tle I guaranteed to do all At Patterson, N. J., Rene Baker and ey will be refund.!. Trial that chimed at A, K bottle free I'ennj ' dtug store. Large bol'les joe and It Nellie Baker are dead and Mrs. Baker and her sister are dying from the eflects V II. Nelson, who Is in the druj business at KiPKville, Mo , ha so much confidence in of drinking cherry beer. Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemrdv A British captalist, A. G. Rensaw, that he warrants every bottle and olfers to rfuml the money to any customer who Is not satisfied af has sued a number of California specu- ter usin it. Mr. Nelsou take no risk In doing the remedy Is a certain cure for lators for $245,000, tho amount ho claims thia because which It is intended and he knows the diseases lor It. gold mine. Kor sale br !'. S. O. (locker. Druggist, Stanford to have sunk in a "salted" In a fight on the ferry boat at Uucxiln'aArnlcA Salve. Charleston, W. Va., botween John The bet salve tor Thomas and Kdgar Poling, the latter ores, ulcers, saltIn the. world sore,cuts, bruisess rheum, lever tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skir cruji broke the former's neck with his fist. tlons. It positively cures piles or no pay requirWilliam Tyler, the negro who crim- ed. It It guaranteed to Kite perfect satisfaction white girl or money refunded. Price tj cents per hot inally assaulted a 14 year-ol- d "nr sale br A. R. Penny, Stanlnrd. Kv, in Nicholas county, Tuesday night, was hanged by a mob at Carlisle yesterday. BEPORT OP THE CONDITION The assessed valuation of the property of Middlesborough this year will be THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. in round numbers 11,500,000. The AT STANFORD, of 1S90 and 1S91 was $5,000,-00In the State of Kentucky, at the dote Of business ks NONE ESCAPE. Every piece of merchandise goes to a smaller price. The work of clearing out the summer goods progresses. This week a greater mo mentum will be forced. Further 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. JLABIE1B9 HOSE. 0. Banking-hous- e, door-keep- er MEN'S;,SHOES I able-bodi- ed eJ .. LOUISVILLE : 1 STORE, STAXTTORI), KY, - irre-pcalab- le Lowest : Possible : Prices. W. H. WEAKEN & CO. 1 Furniture, Furniture ! 1 1 W. W. WITHERS. DR. S. G. HOCKER, DRUGGIST. e Drugs, School Supplies, DR. S. well-know- The Best Goods for the Least Money, HOOZIB, Tho Druggist. H.G.RUPLEY,- two-week- s SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. . 'A ltA- - t?tm,iiJ!fy.lWKw4.&Wteit&.'k .msflMtsuJI .T- - ff- - ,JS fp? 51 fTS" 'ST9i.'! l - m? T3i nr i yr-- T ' - "' ' - vtHfs- - ; W ' ,V- -" -- " V'lff'OT'V" - "' y --- " it -- yfc rT Semi-Weekly -- Interior Journal Ky.-- , er. Nkw silver belts nt Danks, m the Jewel n Bohn to Ilsv.and Mrs. It B. Mabony, girl. A cah load of Middlesboro soldiers, FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. 8TArOKD July Your nccouat is made out. call and settle. A. It. Penny. 27, 1894 Plense E. C. Walton, Business Manager MEANS 1U81HE8S. Buy yonr school books and school sup Of prices. Call and see plies o( all kinds nt A. It. Penny's. We have just bought an elegant asclocks and ewelrv repaired Watciim. Lumiibh fok Sai.k. The lumber in the and warranted. Ennrnviinj a specialty, amphitheatre at tho fair grounds la for sortment of new goods. We are selling at A. It. Penny's. Call M. them at astonishingly low prices. Tub largest stock o( Druw, Medicines, sale privately. Call on or writo to I. and see tho selection at Dinks, the jewPaints and Wall Paper at Bruce at once. Perfumery, eler. A. K. Penny's. Inscriptions a specialFleabe come and pay your account. ty. Bicycle IUcei. Secretary Sam Lyons Tho money is due and I need it. Don't writes that the Danville fair has added PERSONAL POINTS. postpone, but come at once. II. 0. a bicycle race each day from Boyle, Lintho Tailor. Miui. H. 0. Kut'LRY and children are coln, Garrard and Mercer counties. All visiting in Doyle. It H. Bronauoii has withdrawn tho professionals barred. First day mile Ml81 IltlODA LUNCKKOHI) has K0I10 tO oiler of reward for tho party who burnbents,, best 2 in 3; 2d day, half mile heats, visit Missouri friends. ed his meat house. He thinks ho has best 3 in 5; 3d day, 5 mile dash. Miss Julia 1'iiy ton is up from Louis- spotted the right man himself. ville for the Summer. DEATH'S DOINCS. Shall be the cry from now on until every piece of Fairs 6eem to be playing out as a popMiis. ItoiiT. McAlistku camo over with Robert G. Dunn, son of A. C. Dunn ular attraction. Those held so far have body of Miss Grow. the and brother of J. Owsley Dunn, was Miis. C. K. Wilmot and children, of lost money heavily. The show is good at both ltickmond and Lebanon this found dead at his home in Danville Loxiniiton, are at Mr. B. F. Jones'. Wednesday. He was subject to attacks a week, but the crowd is lion est. Miis. J. A. Allk.v has returned from of heart disease. myHtery. visit to Mrs. W. G. ltaney in Danville. n Capt. Win. G. Waller, a Tiir Danville Fair is the next of the Louisville has the largest tobacco Mil. 0. E. Cox has none on the road of warehouse in the world. and it never fails to be newspaper man and a brother-in-laseries Aug. It can Btore for a Konts' furnishing house at CincinIs gone from our shelves. It is usely to give prices, but we will call a good one. We are indebted to the Jelierson Davis, died at the Rock Bridge hogsheads. It has also the greatest nati. president, C. P. Cecil and the secretary, Alum Springs, Va. He was formerly on handle factory, where handles of axes, attention to a lot of 35c French Ginghams at 15c and a lot of SumMiw. J. A. Cari'kntkb and MUs iS'ina( Sam Lyons, for a ticket and pressing in- the editorial statf of the Savannah (Gil.) hammers and all sorts of tools are made mer Woolen Dress Goods reduced 33 per cent, and our light weight of Perryvillv, are visitinK Mrs. Mattie Morning News, and until a year ago, fill- of the best hickory and are shipped by Summer Clothing vitation to attend. Nevlus. ed the position of managing editor of the millions to all parta of the world. Mr. It. E. CitUTCiiBit, of Ghent, the A hop will be given at Walton's Opera Richmond Times. bucuv man. was here Yesterday on his House for the benefit of the Miss Mettie Burnham Crow, daughA New York woman was choked to way to Knoxvllle. large number of beauties now visiting ter of Mr. T. L. Crow, died at his home death by her bonnet strings. Mwj. Julia Cham Dunn, of Wichita, here. The music will re furnished by county Tuesday. The in The Iowa republican platform does Kan., is visiting Mrs. X. 11. Bright, this Mrs. J. E. Portman, on the piano, J. T. remain- - were brought You can buy a Summer Shirt almost at your own price. Come and here for burial the not mention the liquor question. county. Advocate. Carson cornet and B. II. Danks mando. attheChiB-ti- n Horse car service in Cincinnati to be sec these goods. Our Shoe stock must be reduced for Fall Goods next tiny, and after a sermon Mies Nannie Mirsiiok, of Stanford, is linandwecan promise that it will be was largely attended, discontinued entirely by October 1. church, which and we intend to visiting her cousin, Miss Annie tiptop. were laid in the family lot in Buffalo It is reported that 12,000 Chinese Richmond Climax. The young men of the Hubble section Cemetery. Deceased was a very bright troops have been landed in Korea, and Mr. Will II. Shanks entertained a girl of 12 and her parents are overwhelmthat war is now assured between China number of his young lady and gentle- have built a dancing pavilion in a pretty grove on Mr. Greenberry Bright'a farm ed with sorrow at her death. Her dis- and Japan. man friends at tea last evening. was typhoid fever and sho was sick The first flour made from new win- Until these goods are sold. You will find it greatly to your interest Mr. and Mrs. Job Srvkranck and and on next Saturday afternoon it will ease 10 days. ter wheat was sold on Change in Cincinto come at once before all the bargains are gone. yesterday to visit the be initiated. The dance will begin at 2 Sim Walton left Squire E. B. Caldwell writes us from nati by Smyrl it Hughes, the amount beo'clock and the colored orchestra from f imlly of Col. Pickett in Shelby. Mr. A. C. Reynolds ing So barrels, nt $2 GO Miss AnnikGhkkn was "at home" to Danville will furnish the music. Every- Waynesburg that died of a complication of diseases on the body invited. a number of her friend Tuesday evenThose Who are Posted. Will 10th and next day was buried at Double ing and all had a delightful time. the finest and health est Three young men from Lancaster, Springs Cemetery, where a large num- you thatresorts in summer the northwest are Mim Liccix Bkatlay has recovered whooe names we withhold for tho presof relatives and friends gathered to located along tho Wisconsin Central sulllciently to go to the countrj. Miss ent, after tilling their hides with whisky ber listen to the funeral discourse preached Lines, among which are Lake Villa, Fox Mary Besrley is keeping store for her. at a neighboring distillery, went to the bv Elder Nathan Singleton and J. C. I.ske. Antioch, Burlington, Mukwnnago, Mr. L. D. Samikon, late of the Aahlock graveyard and carried away a Perkins. Bro. Reynolds was a peaceable, Waukesha, Neenah, Waupaca, Fifield, and later of the louis-vill- grave stone. The people there say that quiet citizen, a good soldier, wounded at Ashland peekers Duluth. Tourists and Herald and pleasure Post, is on the Cincinnati Coiumer the next grand jury will investigate tho tho battle of Vicksburg in tho late war. summer's vacation figuring on their next should bear this in now. case, unless they return the stone and Thus tho community loses an honest, mind and before selecting a route d'op a line to Jas. C. Pond, General Passenger Messrs. H. J. McIIoikrts and M. F. repair all damages. upright man, the widow a kind husband, Agent of the Wisconsin Central LineB, Elkin, much Improved, returned from I also at Milwaukee, Wis., and he will send children a loving father. Hi i.i) Ovkr. Jimaud Abe Jones, both and the say ItKk Castle Springs yesterday. Mr J. that C. C. Gooch's wife is you mara, time tables and guide booka want to colored, were tried before Squire G. D. S. Hughes also came back. You will want a nice Shirt or two to finish out the season. very low with peritonitis; the doctors containing valuable information, which Mrs. Josii'iiiNx Evans, Mrs. Mattie Smiley at Moreland Wednesday for cut- gave her up a few days ago, hot she is are mailed free upon application. Price and Miss Kate Shropshire, of Dan- ting and wounding Wm. Rice and strik- alive at this writing. E. B. Caldwell, Following are the datei fixed to far for the Kenville, were guesta of Mr. and Mrs. II. 0. ing Miss Laura Lunceford, both of whom Jr. tucky Falrt: are white, and held over till circuit court Richmond, July j4 to 37. Farris at the St. Asaph, Wednesday. Lebanon, July 15 to 27. MATRIMOmALMATTERS. Danville, with in W) bond each, which they failed to Mi8aANNiKTR!iiiiLK,of Lawrenceburg, July 31 to Aug. 3. MlssSudio Leo Pickett, her handsome uive. The negroes were gathering blackMr. August Rye married Miss May Danville, August to j. place and when he and stylish Mayavillo friend, were here a berries on Mr. Rice's Maytville, August to 4. Wheat at Indianapolis the other day. FOR YOU. Xich3latille, August 7 to 10. few days ago the guests of Mr. W. A. ordered them oil" they cursed him. A 332 marry Of 1,000 men who marry, Eminence. August 8 to 11. iluht followed, in which Mr. Rice was younger women, 579 marry women of Tribbie. Versailles, August 14 to 17. wife, of Lynn-lan- slightly cut. Miss Lnnteford went to the came age and S9 marry older women. Prof. E. W. Elhod and Campbcllsville, Aug, 14 to 17. One lot odds and ends Percales and Cheviot, 25c. College, spent a few days with Mr. his rescue, when the rascals knocked her Columbia, August 11 to 24. Tho wife of Mr. Benjamin Galhraitb, and skipped. They wero afterLondon, Aug. a to 14. and Mrs. J. N. Menefee. Miss Loulou down of Mason county, presented him last Madras, Percale and Cheviot Shirts, 45c. Winchester, August 31 to 15. Menefee will return to school there next wards caught bv Constable Tom Bene- week with twins, a son and a daughter. Lexington, August 35 to Sept. 1. '" v dict. session. Percale Shirts, 2 collars, 90c. . ,; This is the fourth time this good woman Franllin, August q to Sept. 1. Mil, Ei 0, Ilori'KH, of Latouis, wad Pan, Sept. 4 to 8. Tiikhk were just 25 in tho Turnersville lias thus favored him, besides single Percale Shirts, collars attached, 90c. Itanlstonn, September 4 to 8 sprained in the back, though not serious- Mammoth Cavii party which left Tues- ones the fame number of times. Howling Green, Sep!. 4 to 8. ly, in it collision on the Big Four, uear day, which number ajcured an additionFiner grades go at a great reduction. ElUabethtown, Sept. to 14. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Cincinnati, in which three were killed al reduction from tho promised rates, Paducah, September 18 to 15. . and 10 wounded. Ilarbourville, Sep. 18 to 21. making the entire.expenses each $12 15. Thomas Byrne was consecrated These arc all good new styles. Come at once if you want the mos Sharpsburg, Sept iStoai. Mil. and Miw A. G. Hi'itman Owing to the sickness of her mother, Bishop of Nashville. Germantown, October 3 to 6. Mieflcs Bessie and Jennie Bum-sidMifiB Lydia Lewis could not go, though Rev. J. L. Allen will preach at HubLexington, trotting, October 6 to 13. desirable. of Gairard, and a number of friendr, sho was present to see tho party, oil'. ble .Sunday at 1 a. m. Monday evening. Refreshments were Mr. A. B. Ilibertson headed a party Four Bit? Succossos. Ita stated that 02 per cent, of our Having the neoled served and everything done for the en from Danville Mrs. A S. Robertson, crime ia the result of intoxicating liquors. goo, all the advertising mnt to more than make claimed for them, the folding four remedies htv retched a phenomenal joyment of the guests. Mrs. A. E. Gibbons, Misses Robertson, Ram'a Horn. ale. Dr King's New l)icouery, for consump Tiik card party given by Mrs. Dr. Bn.' Fales, Hugoloy, Grant and Tunis. Tho Colds, Rev. George O. Baruea is preaching turn, Louiihi and the greateach bottle Liver Stom c Hitters, remedy for ley In honor of Mioses Dessiu nnd Ella others were Mrs. J. B. Adams, Misses tab- ach and Kidneys, tlurklen's Arnica Salve, tho tJ large congregations in the Jones best in the world, and Dr. King's New Life P1H1, Wingate, a pretty pair from Woodford Ida and Lizzie Twidwell, Jennie McKin-neernacle nt Hopkinaville. which aro a perfect pill All these remedies are W. H. HlGGINS. W. B. McKinney. caunty, Tuesday evening, proved a thorLillian and Flessie Tanner, Mattio what is claimed Under tho bill admitting Utah as a guaranteed to do Just name is attached for them and the dealer whose herewith at- and Jnsie Rowley, oughly enjoyable occasion to all who Pearl and Mnymo State, religioua liberty is guaranteed her w I.I be glad to tell vou more of them. Sold at A Besides our Regular Line of- tended. Tho young ladies have bocoino White. Gatuwood and Birdie Glvens, people, but polygamous marriages are R. Penny's Drug More. quite popular here. Miss Eva Buchanan Susie Gentry and Mac Logon, Messrs L. forever forbiddenNEW ADVERTISEMENTS. won the lady's prize, Mr. J. S. Wells, 0. Boaley, F. K. Tribbie, C. 0. Hocker. Tho Baptists in the United States in tho gentleman's, Miss Mattio Alcorn, the 3,- An Elkoant Affair. One of the live- clude 14 dillerent bodies, aggregating lady's booby and Dr. Will Craig, the Tho 17 dillerent 712,403 members, gentleman's booby. That is to say if liest weeks experienced in Stanford C. DAVID for a long time culminated Wed- bodies of Methodist aggregate 4,550,281. &c, we will keep a fine assortment of Staple and Fancy they had had prizes. Is a candidate for Constable in the Hustontllle The great auditorium built by the Magisterial District, subject to the action ot the nesday night in tho royal reception given by Misses Fannie Shanks and Dollio Methodists and recently completed at democratic party. CITY AND VIRINITY. Mcltoberts at the pretty suburban home Ocean Grove, N. J., is said to be the Nkw hair pins at Danks'. of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Embry, to largest open air temple of worship in Misses Lillie and Jennie Lyne, their tho world. . New neck chains at Danks'. The attempt of Dr. Talmage's to keep Such asSugars, Coffees, Molasses, Flour, Meal, Lard, Bacon, Beef, lovely and attractive Lexington schoolW. U. MILLER. H. HELM. " during his absence, with the Brownie Btlck pins at Banks'. mates. Tho spacious lawn was lighted up worship Can Goods, Pickles, Spices, Candies, Cakes, Oranges, Lemons, 1 T T B. Fay Mills preaching for them, by scores of Japanese lanterns, while Rev. & Bananas in fact, New silver bracelets at Danks'. given up. Mr. Mills failed to the house was ablaze with lights that has been "draw" sufficiently to justify continuing Real Estate Agents, were only exceeded in brightness by the New shirt waist's Bets at Danks the meetings. eyea of as beautiful a company of girls aa Stanford, Lincoln County, Ky. Wanted. Nice, yellow country but- ever assembled. Mies Anne Shanks, Uuder date of the 21th, EUer J. G. Office over Kirst National Hank. ter. Farris & Hardin. who is thoroughly conversant with the Livingston writes: Elder Joe Severance at We offer to the public our services in selling, ex- To make your table full of I will begin a meeting s and eatables. Butter, Eggs, &c, The Lincoln County Teachers' Insti- art of entertaining, and Mr. Will rial estate Lincoln and Holdain'a Mill. Aa a result of three or changing and rentingWe have madein arrangement Misses Shanks and adjoining counties in exchange for goods. To reduce our stock, special prices convene here Monday and con Kmiirv assisted taken tute will advertisement ol all properties Mcltoberts in making the guesta en four nights preaching, 11 persons made lor extensive hands, and possess facilities for buswill be offered for the next 30 days. Come and see us. tinue in session five days. placed in our i r joy themselves, which every one of the good confession and were baptized iness which can not be possessed by individuals All properties placed in A hoi was givon at Crab Orchard tho hundred or more did to the ful- by me at Fariston last Saturday. A without great expense. prompt and diligent attenour hands will receive night, to which Manager lest degree. Canvas had been placed church will be built there soon. effort will be made to dispose of it tion ant cveiy Sorlncs last and no charge will be made unless we The Baptist Associations in this sec speedily Gus Hofmann Invited our dancers. are successful in doing so. over tho carpets in three of tho rooms, i PROPERTIES FOR SALE. and those who,'delight in dancing rev- tion. will be held aa follows: South Ken Wilkinson Bros, aro doing nlcoly In eled in its charms to excellent piano tucky, Rocky Ford, Casey county, Aug-14- ; 3 Hlue- Grass Farm of 100 Acres at Rowland, Lincoln couuty. the barbering business. Their shop is music madoiby Mrs. Joe E. Portman. 6. Farm ot 410 Acres on Dix Iliver, four miles South District, Mt. Hebron, Garrard from Stun lord; $,ooo. Give them a trial. neat and cool. county, Aug. 21; Cumberland Kiver, Karm on pike, j Refreshments were served on miles from 7. i per acre; 135 acres. Buck Creek, Pulaski county, 23; Tate'e Stanford; Jjjand Mill property, acres, on Dix s your account with tables at the proper hour, and Mrs. 17. Farm 95 ilAVisyou paid River, 4 miles from Stanford: practiced hand demonstrated that Creek, Aug. 28; South Cumberland, Mt. erty, offered low. Price and very desirable propMcKlimey & Hocker ? If not an early full description on Union, Pulaski county, Sept. 4; Rock- application. nonejof ita cunning in remittance will bo appreciated. W. B. it had lost 18. Very desirable and well improved property tho good things for which she is castle, Line Creek, Pulaaki county, 1. at Highlaud; 30 acres; $j,ooo. McKlnnev Divine blessing over at Farm of 160 Acres well improved land at In invoking the noted. The night: was far spent before Will Cobdikr killed a chicken hawk the happv party could get its consent to the Iowa State republican convention at Highland' 83,300. Farm of 156 acres, 3 miles from 28. with a rock Wednesday that measured depart, and, then it was with reluctance Des Moines Tuesday tho Rev. J. L. Lancaster; $50 per acre, of Farm acres, 6 miles 157 33. clawfl 52$ inches from tip to tip. His said, after tho Weaver appealed to Heaven for assist- from Slanlord; $65 per acre. acre finely improved, that Farm, aoo 36 were as largo aa an eaglo's. charming littlejhostesaes had been given ance to expel tho democratic party from 5 miles from Stanford; $45 per acre. i i lay tho hand of Divine 37. Suburban property ut Rowland, 36 acres, power and "to or any improved; If you want your watchPenny'e.jewel- the warmest expressions ofsograteful ap- displeasnre upon them." Aa it ia only well number of $4,000. mountain farms in Lincoln cheap A indellibly Mr. preciation for 'impressing to ry repaired, take It county. Number of lots in Stanford, some with righteous that avail, houses. A number of improved lots in Liberty, work well and upon tho memories of all another occa- the prayers of tho Deckelman doeB the county. sion, which will always be recalled no ono need fear that the supplication of Caser description of these properties will be giv Full promptly; never disappoints a Stanford, Ky. this Pharisee will be answered. en upon application. pleasure. with Capt. Holburn, commanding, passed here Penny hss tho best stock and will sell Tuesday to the State encampment at watches and jowelry lower than you can Paducah. buy elsewhere. Moses Elmo it k is tho name of a boy that arrived at Mr. D. A. Baugh's last Tins is the last day of the Richmond fair. A special train leaves Rowland for week. He is named for our townsman, it at 7;35 a. m , returning after tho races. Mr. M. D. Elmore. I m m Ru-ple- y, M. F. Elkln bought of Dan Holman a lot of butcher stun at 2c. Alex Moberly bought of George Baker a lot of sheep at f 2 per head. Terre Haute., Trotting Association hangs up $33,000 for a six day's meeting. Dull colored eggs are said to be the freshest but brown ones are the best flavored and have the largest yolks. The stables of the Adams Express Co. at Washington burned and six firemen and 100 horses perished. The flames spread and the loss is 1150,000. At Lexington, S. Weil purchased about 1,000 head of cattle for export, and paid from 4 to 4 J cents for them. The largest purchase from one man was 300 from J. II. Graves. All of the plungera on horse races come to grief sooner or later. The wealthy Mike Dwyer, who is said to have quit last season a half million out, bat SoO.000 at Brighton Beach. In less than 10 days Turney, Clark & Mitchell, Paris liverymen, have lost two big stables by fire. Last week they were damaged 112,000 and Tuesday another stable burned, involving a loss of $3,000. The cause of the two fires is a NEW -- And the- - G0DS 3 i J. Bottom Knocked Out : I ) DANKS', The : Jeweler. : Si GMSE, CLOSE I SUMCME1H MUST BE well-know- 3, w 7,-0- J s ht . SOLD. Jes-mni- Mer-nhc-- Make Things Red Hot HUGHES & TATE. tl lo e IF YOU ARE A GENTLEMAN! cial-Gizett- e LOOK WHAT WE HAVE ! 1 1 . I d . 1 1 "v-R- ev. ntor-tallie- d e, 1 guaranteed-Klcctn- y, '! ij -- 60-cle- ty H. PEYTON, HARDWARE I REAL ESTATE. : MILLER HELM, m EVERTHING first-clas- ht HlGGINS & McKINNEY. i - " tete-a-tet- e Klue-Gra- Em-bry'- pro-parin- g O'Brien Wagons A2TD 1 J Ulue-Gra- ss 4 Hlue-Lira- it good-byeswe- Blue-Gra- Canton Chil'd Plows. FARRIS & HARDIN. cua-totn- K'nim'.M UMwt&Zk . -- ssiifjiksfii. -- v wrf, .,.,wfrf--,W'.-.-.- , . vytj-'J- . I Semi-Weekly InteriorJournh Pleasant Letter from Al Warren. ! MRS. wo don't A Literary IVnmnii of Hrrnt Orsratililnt-rut- d Kxct'itth. Ktircn. Every Tuesday and Friday know what fato lias in etoro (or us. Had Published Mrs. Knto JI. Bostwick of Brooklyn AT any one told me a few weoks bro that to- is typo of the literary $2 IMCR. YKiVHIX AD VANCK day I would be in the capital city of the dayn not restricting lmr worker of toactivities to great Ktnte of Pennsylvania, I would book nnd magazine making, but success8When not so paid 32.60 will be charged. have Bald; "You nre talking through fully uniting tho professions or author your hat." Hut bo it is; I am here, and, and journalist. In early Hfo who convery much alive nnd quartered nt "The tributed to niaga.iiu's nnd papers to Bolton" a very old hotel. They give us gratify literary impulses nnd nftorwnrd adopted writing as tho work of her life nice rooms, good feed and pretty white Vt'I.l. . .1 When necessary .,.!. aim. .Hisi iui a uuut lor descriptive We have girls to wait on the table. (To the Editor Interior Journal.) KATE M. BOSTWICK. Hakribiiuro, Pa. Surely 6 OR 8 PAGES. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. 1 . it Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning 5:10 p. m. L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. .... ujpm ........ It Jt P" ao-- Boven men here at present, and expect Bix or eight more in the next day or two. I think we will work for the Philadelphia Inquirer. Our men are representatives of every portion of the country ' I VI- -. tf I I ,1 I It I ? e' from Cauada to South Carolina nnd have been selected on account of their pecu..- .33m liar fitness. They are a origin, jolly lot .. .9 36 n DR. W. B. p m of fellows and have done tine work in ' South.. passengers. carry Tha latter train alio Kentucky and Tennessee for the Tha iboxii calculated on standard timt. Solar They put in about 400 in it about so minutes faster. Office South ld Main St., in office recently sets of the Encyclopedia Bntanica at vacated by Dr. Lee F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. CRESCENT ROUTE. QUEEN & Nashville, 200 at Chattanooga, 150 at Going North trains pass Junction City as fo- Knoxville, &c. When thoy get hold of Vestibule Marti 6 a. ra. "es. llows: Cibule Limited 3:35 p. m. Local nto p. m. Florida a professional business man, or teacher, Clouted j:j. a. m. .... ..Dealers n.. he has no show and the sooner he "turn- South N O. Vestibule IJ i3 p. m. Florida bles" the better it is for him. Clmited ia:i.ca m Local 11:35 Vestibule arrives S 40 p. rn. I began work at Winchester, Ky., by going with one of the men to hear him Ky. talk. I was in Winchester the day Mr. Lisle, M. C. was buried and attended the YOU ARE funeral services. They put on a great deal of style. I saw the congressional committee and was introduced to sevI am lust back from the clue with a large and well selected stock of MILLI NER V, which I will eral of the members by Capt. J. C. Brysell cheaper than ever. Alita Laura Jarhoe, a suant, formerly of Crab Orchard, Lexingperior tilmtner Irom Cincinnati, hasengsg.d with me and can guarrntee satisfaction in every parton and now of Ashland. He had come ticular. Call aad see my goods. down with them from Ashland in their MISS LICCIE nEAZLEV, Stanford, Ky. special car. Our own "Jeems" McCrea-rAt the prices already eataSlished. Milk delierd you want. When you wantVfirst-clas- s in Stanford and Rowland twice per day was one of the members, as was Judge of 30 days. All accounts due at the end Lindsay and Col. Berry, of Covington. ar Absolutely ksks I will also stand my thoroughbied Jersey Hull, meal for 25c, call on him. From Winchester I was Bent to d St. to begin work. I assure you when (Subject to Registry) cream of tarter baking pow- our manager Bald Rowan county my A At TWO DOLLARS AND A HALF the season. . A. G. HUFFMAN. der. Highest of all in leavening heart sank within me. So much had strength. fLatest United States been said about "bloody Rowan" that Stanford, Ky. the very name caused the chills to creep Government Food Report. up my back. I think them the ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., kindest, cleverest, most law abiding peoAs administrator of the late A. O WatMnt. ple among whom my lot has been cast. 106 Wall Street, New York. wilt sell to the hlehest bidder, on the premises, BTTCG"!ir two miles Kast o Votemitc, Casey county, en I expected to Bee every other man carrying a Winchester and two or three pisAll kinds FRIDAY, JULY 1894. and Fendersnf Carriage and liuggy Tops, Dashes tols, but after I had been in the place The following described rersonsl property, F. B. RILEY.lProprietor, an hour I felt that I was in no more danFour mares, high bred trotters, on colt, one For AND RECOVERED year old mule, one yoke of oxen, two cos, 34 REPAIRED - Kentucky. ger than I would be in old Stanford. London, sheep, 17 head of nogs, fa mlng implements, Prices Refreshing Bath, Hot or Gold, s style and at Ssllfactory In houseDold poods, fie. I hare moved to my new Hotel and am betur They greatly deplore the fact that they JOHN n DeNARDI. Txxms. AH sums of S10 and under cash All than ever to accommodate the public, have such an unsavory record abroad. A stylUh llslr Trim or Clean Shave, go to Carriage Painter and Trimmer, Srepared over that amount a credit of three moths. Negoattached and every convenience df MRS. KATE M. BOSTWICK. Stauford Ky tiable paper, payable in the National Hank ol I staid there for 2J days. I didn't see a me a call. find. Give Cook & Ftirmor'B Barbor Shop. HustonilIe. through FRANK RILEY. Parties indebted to the estate mutt settle, while drunken man on the streets, although son Mrs.jolly good heartodncss. In perBostwick is of fino presence, those having claims against It mutt present them Ladies, Your Attention, Please. they have two or more saloons, nor did I with n healthy, ropy complexion, proven dt uay 01 taie bluo property Id HOWARD ALCORN, Admr hear a single word spoken in anger. Ttie eyes nnd brown hair threaded with gold Millinery My Stock people seem to vie with one another in Outside of strictly professional interI'.JW OUEEN. Proprietor. ranidlv opened and tt embraces every. li beicu trying to see who can make the best cit- ests Mrs. Bostwick devotes much timo QE2TERAL REPAIR SHOP. thing pretty and stylish. I have engaged Miss me Sne is a : : : Kontucky. Julia Stitt,of Cincinnati, to trim lor izen or do the most to redeem the coun- and thought to benevolent and church IjkllpyrHalsVaBsBBHK lady of much eaperunce and taste and Is sure to ty and town from its former condition. work, to tho King's Daughters, tho Dorgne satisfaction. An esamination of c;vdi I if.inRocking vited. I'pholstering Lounges, Mattrrs-caMRS. POKIK T COCK 10 I am still running this If I were compelled to live in a town of cas circlo and tho Professional Woman's Chans and all kinds ol Hotel and will continue to give my gursis ih. polit.st attenleague. Of tho pononnl traits of this the size of Morehead (1,000), I would representative woman worker a tion as well as the best the market aiTords, writer Furnituro Repaired, just as leave cast my lot with those peo- in Tho Journalist says: "Mrs. Bostwick pecial Attention to tho Travel' And Varnished. Prices to suit the times. Call ple as with any I know. The town is is gonial and responsivo in tempera- and see me at II. C. Kupley's old stand opposite ing Public. Tin Snop, pleasantly located in a valley about half ment, not profuse in expression of words Straub's Breeder and lhipperof Junction City Post-OfficJOHNT. ULANKENSIIIP. When you want a turnout come 10 my to a mile wide. It does what I regarded or promises In either friendship or busiMain Street, Stanford, Ky no YLE COUNTY, KY. Thoroughbred Duroc Red Jersey as an immense business in lumber staves ness, aud undervalues instead of exagHogs. A. S. tanbark and stone. The R R. agent, Mr. gerating. Sho has great pluck and en1ST, X894. Prices to suit the hard times, Call or leave order OPEN II. L. Albert, showed me his books for ergy, while her ambition to accomplish at the Myers House Office SURGEON DENTIST Pigs from registered stock for sale, from the best successfully whatever sho undertakes herds in Ohio and Illinois. Call and examine my June last, and I was astounded when I has developed a iwrseveranco and steady Office over MeRobsrts Drug Store in the sew The Linnietta Springs Co. takes pleasure in an11. Bronauh, Crab Orchard. tierd or address R. found 172 car loads had been billed from push which hold out to the end of her Owsley L'uildlng. nouncing to Its patrons and the public generally Co Stinf.rd. that they have leased this popular rewrt and hae that station, and June was regarded as a work. She Is fond of her own home, .IF VOU ARK GOlNG., placed the management in charge of Capt. Thomproverbial politeness and atas Hirhsrds, whoe dull month on account of the strikes and nnd in it true southern hospitality is Of STANFORD, KY., or tention intuics pleasure and comfort to Its guests. general depression. They have about 15 exhibited. Her mother and sister reside The eullnarv iicDartment will be under the spe Is now fully organised and ready for business wits) Richards, whose THE cial charge of Mrs. Sallle stores and all seemed to be doing a good with her." are too well known lu that capacity to Marshall V tMder, tho humorist, is Paid up Capital of - $200,000. need comment in this notice business. You hear very little talk of f a half brother ol Mrs. Bostwick. Tho Irom the Stanford Factory to customers regularlv Surplus, . 21000. niru times tuere, tney put no money in maiden name of this talented woman every morning at the rate ef FIFTY CKN1S MUSIC. foreign banks or boom towns and con- was also Bostwick, she marrying a dis- PER HUNDRED POUND LOIS and over.and SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL A gooi Hand has been employed lor the season. at 7jc In smaller lots, BANK OK STANFORD, sequently lost nothing in that way. I tant rclativo. Her married life was There will be dancing rvery eening and special Now E. I1HEMEU, Stanford. to closing up) with the some asssuand undsr hops every Frldsy evening. The grand opening heard more talk in Winchester, where I passed in the south, where the family the same management. ball Friday evening, lure 15, By provisions of its chatter, dcpositora are as ' Louiivillc . NasHVlllc R. R. stayed two days and Mt. Sterling, where lost property during the war. Tho LINNIKTTA SPRINGS CO , Props , fully protected as aio depositors in NstionaJ MYERS HOUSE are of old colonial stock settled siMt Banks, its shareholders being held Individually Thomas Richards, Manager I had to lay over three hours, than I liaolc to the eatcnt of the amount of th.ir stock in Connecticut. Theo. Holland. the line for you, as its tt heard in Morehead in the two days and therein at the par value thcreol, in addition to th mouni invesieu in aucn snares. It mar actaa CRAB ORGHARD a half I was there. That Strainer Trunk. ' administrator, truatec, Ac., as fully as an individual I feel under many obligations to Bro. Make close connections at "Woar old clothes aud take necessip. W. GREEN, Prop. mos. woo entrusted t;ietr bulsincss to us ' while mnaglng the Lincoln National Hank ol LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI P. Julian, the pastor of the Christian ties only" has been tho advice given to jiauiuru, we we nere lemlerour many thanks and which church at Morehead, and his estimable tourists for years. It is timo thero This stable, Myers Is run n connection wnn th. For all points. trust they will continue to traniact their business Huuse, has,bcen supplied wlU with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenTHROUGH TICKETS SOLD. wife. They treated me as well as I should bo an amendment to that law. rTfrirx vri BAGGAGE CHECKKD THROUGH tion to same, our twenty years' eipcrience la would ask to be treated. They are splen-de- Thero is no placo in the world whero A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, banking andas liberal accommodations i are conFor any information enquire of sistent with sound banking. Buggies, Wagons, JOES. KICK. Agent, people and teach in ilodson Hall. you aru stared at so long and persistentStanford, Ky Or is the Morehead Normal School. It ly as on shipboard A stylish woninu Tuis Mhictohs: U W. A. MeQUOWN, Trav. Pass. Agent, .ruiiimer's Suppl.es and is better than evei at such n timo seems to enjoy the poetio prepaie. isupply the public with J J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; was founded by a Mrs. Hodson, a philan Junction City, Ky compliment of being "a thing of beautv I" . S. K. Shanks, bunfoid; Crab thropist and due Christian lady. The and a joy forovor. " IUOS OF.ALL KIND3. J.S Owsley, Stanford; A. G. Lanham John B. Cattleman. discovery by Daniel To the Public 'ince Its school is pleasantly located in the subS J. Kmbry, Stanford; Truly, "tako only," as ev- Personal and promptatlention given to Weddings Iloone nearly a century or more ago the locality J II. Owsley, Stanford; urbs of the town. Tho house is three ery article of luggage goes by weight on Parties and Burials. the Mecca of nrings has ot Crab Orchard P. V. GREEN, health and pleasure seekers. With Its healing J F. Casb, Stanford; Btories high, frame, has 75 rooms includ- "tho other side." Tho following list sure AL IIURNS, Manager Proprietor waters, oronlc atmosphere and William Gooch, Sunlord; roundings, it at once aiTords to the ci.crt.alcd aud ing large dinning room, a range allows of tho advantage of being woll A. W, Carpenter, Mlllcdgeville, Ky. debilitated a Hope and a Mnitarium. gowned and economical as woll. A for cooking purposes. The school is unW 11. Cummins, Prcachertville, The vicinity abounds with scenes to charm the Painter and inspire tne Poet , Sylvan walks for tne S. 11. Shanks, President der the auspices of the Christian church steamer truuk nnd a shawl strap aro all Lover, embowered Drives lor the weary How linjr, aro required for a tourist's trip. that Dr. J Ml. Owsley, Cashier, llilllardand Dancing Halls for the light hearted, and many rooms have been fitted up by Tako ono gown of gray or tan cravenetto and Hunting for the sportsmen. Kspecial attenW. M Bright, Teller AND churches throughout Kentucky. The cloth (tho cloth is waterproof and does tion is given to the cuisine. week I or Terms moderate. From $8 to Ji j per house wns completed and dedicated by away with a mackintosh) made with a further information, apply to NATIONAL BANK GV HOFMANN, Pror. Ky, Bro. Julian two years ago. I attended flaring skirt and cutaway jacket. 19 Stow Crah Orchard, OF STANFORD. KY. prayer meeting Wednesday night and away as many fancy fronts to bo worn wbb impressed by the earnest, christian with this buit as you possess, so as to MANAGERS, Capital Stock spirit that was manifested by the large allow of variety. For headgear a billyCommerce Building, Louisville number present. Morehead seems to be cock hat and black silk veil. A smart Surplus..- .- ;""- At the well. known old stand ol I. II. Green, in. tan ulster, with lapped seams andwhito SOLD TO Agents throughout the South, determined to "save her bacon." Her pearl buttons, is n wrap that will keep Attention of to ALL POINTS: Hustonvillo, - - Kontucky. that this Is the the public is invited in the fac only National Hank Stanford circuit clerk is Mr. H. L. Ham, her you warm on tho steamer or look well Under the provisious or the National Bank Act OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, depositors are secured not only by the capital Has just received a beautiful line of W. A. TEIB3LE, Local Affcnt, county clerk is Mr. Elijah Hogg, her on the box seat of a if you stock, but bv the stockholders' liability lofiin county attorney is all Wright or rather take a coaching tour through England. WISCONSIN, sraount equal so STANFORD. KY Surreys, Phaetons, JBuggies, &c. this Institution to the stock, by athat depositors ol are secured fund of $400,000 M. E. Wright, and I found them to be Ono pair of patent leathers, one calfskin Five sworn statements ofthecondition of MISSOURI, KANSAS, Call and see his stock and get his prices which are mads each yearto the United Stales the bank genial, pleasant gentlemen and quite walking and ono pair of dress shoes will governPortland. San Fr mcisco you waul a nice set ment and its assets are are lower than anybodys. eiamined at stated times NEBRASKA, COLORADO, ready to listen to the "little tale I told bo all yon i quire. A black moiro skirt, of hsrtess, a whip or a duster. by government agents, thus securing addilitooa Hinder Twine for sale. snd perfect safety to depositors. them." The people there are determin- with two fancy waists, ono of pink This institution, originally established as ths ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, chiffon, tho other of heliotrope mirror Deposit Bank of Stanford in 1838. then ed to keep up with the times, as I put velvet, nnd a black hat THOMAS YEAGER - TEXAS, sv with no feathers JAMES YEAGER. ued as the National Bank of Stanford in 1S01 and in four sets of the E. B., aggregating $'125 will bo what you need for dress occaagain re.org.niied as the First National Bank ol Stanford in iS8j, has had practically an uninterVIA worth. Our manager is much pleased sions. rupted existence of years. It is better supplied S0UTB-WSWE WEST, now with facilities for trausactinij business prempt Your underwear Bhould consist of with my last week's work, as I took stable, ly .and liberally than ever before in its long aad rczi Am seven orders in all, amounting to $325 black silk skirts aud tights. A nightFIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS .. ....... Mvtuum, vi corporations, nou- is tho mnttfc mm. dress of Frrnch AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. curies, firms and individuals respectfully solic- worth. Special Kates to Commercial Men. I arrived at Huntiugton, West Virgin- fortablo for steamer use. It is often Ths Directory of this Bank is composed el THE BESTROUtTtO THE STANFORD, E.Y. ia, Thursday night at 12. Our stay at difficult to have your underclothing ' g)rtouisyitit,mw'AnaHTCHiCA8o"tTt(a- Forestua Reid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; Huntington closed our work with the laundered when traveling rapidly from If you need livery give us a call. Nothing but turnouts will leave our stable. See us O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; Courier-Journa- l Co. Should you desire ono plnce to another. On your stateroom 'ULLMAN VESTIBULED COACHES, TULLKA1TSA2TD for rates. In our or hotel door tack a linen case with J. W.IIayden, Stanford; . SLEEPING AMD DIHIHQ CURE S.H. flaughman,Lincoln; PARLOR CARS. it I will tell of our visit to Washington, compartments. This should contain HARNESS SHOP iKC, where- we laid over yesterday and hair, SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE J.S. Hock er. Stanford; tooth and nail brushes, tooth aud ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE You will find Kood assortment of Harness, BriWe didn't get to took in the place. W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; face powders, cold cream, hat and whisk MORFOLKWESTERN RAILROAI dles, Saddles, Ac. Have your repairing done by M. D. Elmore, Stanford; - DINING - CARS. shake with Grover but met Mr. fhur-he- r brooms, bedroom slippers, seidlitz powour mau he understands his business. We have a RUNNING mechanic in our his private secretary, who treated ua T. P. Hill, Stanford. CHEAPEST, BEST AND QUICKEST LINE. ders, alcohol lamp, curler, nail file and TO WRI1K with the greatest kindness and "extend K. L. Tanner, McKinney; BLACKSMITH SHOP. polisher, needles and scissors. Never Dcscrlpth Wrllo for Rntcs, Mnps. M.J.Millor, Mt. Vernon. K. H. BACON, 1). P. A.. F.J. REED, G. PA ed to us the courtesies of the White carry steamer to work! and .satisfactory J S. Hocker, President; Will guarantee a chair. You may hire Vunphlets, to any Station Agvnt, or Louisville, Ky. Chicago, 111. House," which we accepted and "took M. f. BRAGO, AILCN HULL, W. . BCVILL, prices. Tit ojr horse shoer. them on shipboard for 30 cents a trip her all in. John J, McRoberts.ltashier; r III, Traitll.f Agents for Deenng Machines, the lightest draft W.'l I'snofrr 1(1. I'll. Denver. A. A. Warren. A. A. McKinney, Assistant Cashier. St. Paul. Maud Jaues Chilton. UOi.MJke.tA. maebmeon earth. tUUXIIlNU. BOl0kL,. Mail tram going North South " " fXxprtss train " South ' " North ,ocal freight North..... Courier-- Journal. Blue-Gra- ss P- - Blue-Gra- ss torical productions sho descends from T. HEN tho higher flights and is woll known to magazine readers through her short stories nnd home talks. In n context for tho best definition of "home" Mrs. Bostwick won tho prizo of n building lot Sho has been for bomo years in chargo of a departmoiit of Tho Consumers' Journal, a trade magazino dovoted to homo interests, and writes regularly A'.."i It..'ir nan ick, its guv her Castcrt. upon special topics for tho Brooklyn viu-- ht wn a Child, aha cried for CostorU. Eagle, tho Now York World nnd the When sne becjne Miss, she clung to Castoriv New York Recorder. So mo years ago When sho hud Children, she gevethem Catort- sho published a catechotical history of DEALLR IN Spain for tho instruction of deaf mutes mid has now in press a book for children. In social and public affairs Mrs. : is known as a woman of organizL. ing and executive- force. Sho Is chairman of tho oxecutivo committco of tho It a Candidate for Magistrate in the Stanfotd precinct. New York "Woman's Press club and represented tho club at tho meeting of tho International Lcaguo of Press Clubs hold at Atlanta in May. Tho success of -:- tho Woman's Pres club is duo in a great mcasuro to her personal efforts, backod by a wonderful enthusiasm. Hor forto is in tho executive, sphere, aud A. Q. HUFFMAN, Pror. Candies, Nuts. Tobacco, Cigars. her motto, "Never despair." Sho InHaving bought out G. A Peyton, t am prepar spires thoso around her through her en- ed to turnish my customers with the beilotMIlk ' Headquarters lor almost anything ergy aud cheerfulness and wins them from the purest breed of A horse kicked H. S.Shaler, ol the Freemyer Ileus, Mlddleburg, N. Y., on the knee, which laid him tip in bed and caused the knee to become It a candidate for Ctnstable in the Hustouvitle stiff A friend recommended him to use Chamberlain's Pain lblm, which he did and in two Precinct. Election November next days was able to be around. Mr, Shafer has recommended it to many others and says it It excellent tor any kind of a bruise or sprain. The same remedy it alto tamoui for lit cutes of rheumatism. Kor sale by Dr S. G. Mocker, Druggist, bun-lor- d Is a candidate lor Justice ol the Peace in the precinct, subject to the action ol the democratic party. Lint lune Dick Crawford brought hit u months old child, suffering from Infantile diarrhoea, to die It had been weaned at lour months old and metns sickly everything ran turouun It like wa ber through a sieve. 1 gave it the usual treatment Is a candidate for Juttlce of the Peare in the litis, tn such cntcs but without benefit. I he child kept totmlle precluct; subject to the action of the demgrowing thinner until It weighed but little more ocratic pxfty. than when born, or perhaps in pounds. I then started the laiher to giving Cnamherl.-iin'Colic. Cholera and Dianhcea Remedy, lit fore one bol-l- e ol the aj cent sire had been used, a marked improcment was seen and its c.ntlnued use cur- The present Constable, Is a candidate fer ed the child. Its weakness and puny constitution in tho Stanford precinct, subiect to the action f disappeared and lis father atd believe the I. T. ol the democratic party. Election In November. the child", life was saved by this Remedy. Marlow.M D., Tarraroa, 111 For sale by Dr. S. He asks your support. G. Mocker, Druggist, frtanlord. J. A. SHANNON. G. D. SMILEY Two doors above Post-Offic- e. Always on hsnd Tho Nobiest and Nicest Goods? Can be had in the market Prices lower than the lowest Mourning goods a specialty. Call aud examine before buying MAItV DAVIS DUDDF.RAR. Mrs. Kate Dudderar. Manager. Stanford, Ky COMMERCIAL llt.OCK litis-totivll- le L.B.ADAMS, Mavis Verticil f esi Are a 1I11 Sswin? Machines i J. EDICT, machine. greater variety of The bet because work 'he, run lighter and can do than any other sewing my-el- Ladlos of Lincoln County Are cordially Invited to call at the rt Asaph Hotel and examine the machluc, as ellaisam pies of its ork Mc.MUKKAY IIKOS.. tj tt Stanford, Ky R. Zimmei, PENNY Dentist. Bost-wic- k - W. DAVSON Fancy Groceries, Higgins & Watts, Do- Foreign and All Kinds of Coal, Jersey Dairy. Stanford, mestic Fruits, Respectfully Invited. 1 Jersey Cows, y Pure More-hea- Sliifire of Lambert, R. ZIMMER. To-da- y Administrator's Sale 27th, 1 TOPS. THE RILEY HOUSE to-i- t: -- i.,. First-clas- io-6- m 37-e- ot I of The Myers House, n Stanford, , H. H. Broxntugh., Linnietta Park Springs, e, 35-i- first-cla- HHtu PRICE, JUNE LIVERY STABLE. Farmers Rank&Trnst NORTH WEST, ICE, ICE. nuaii-ficatio- Bost-wic- Double Daily Trains X.X1TER n V STABLI mmMMz ttitty Orclw, home-lik- d SEASOSFOF 1894; FIRST-CLAS- S ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. neces-sitie- s first-clas- s Insurance Company NORFOLK RAILROAD. BARBEE&CASTLEMAN WESTERN TICKETS FIRST D. S. CAHFEXTTEB,, $200,000 21,300 four-in-han- d, 11 World's Fair Record. CHICAGO KOnTH-WES- YEAGER & YEAGER, T, S1 lit:, first-cla- mim NORTH AND EAST. - Tlme-Titulc- j, !, first-clas- s '. A j.y'M.tjMJM ;asVis1sftaiM5fe