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NO. 43 Nnw-ian- The dovll eirpcteil a wonderful in IiIh favor boiiio yenrn nj;o, when lio in lila ndroltness induced the Mothodletfl to iiavu nu annual iiifetliik' nt High HridKu and call it a "rt'lteloiis Knthprinn." H was had Rtflrotand "went to the worat," when na u nil knoXv, the denomination recognized thu (act that more evil than pood was Winn nrrotn-pliehe- d there and nt a aaerillco Bold out to n private party, who ia ruiiiiinst thinua wide open, with a kind of reliKious llnvoi, but holy Moses! whatn crowd nathera there on a Sabbath day 'Tii true there is preaching In one part of the gronnda S bIdkUik, "It's tho old time religion thai o muBt save," but uvery vice in the was being practiced then and at cat-lou- and Sunday I heard tho trained choir that particular time all over tho territory comprialnj? the camp ground, rivaling in wickedneea ancient Sodom. A steam boat, with a floating bar room, wnn majestically riding tho wateraof Kentucky IUvor underneath frho famouB bridge, with its braes band keeping up n racket Butliclunt to draw Blnnera and imckere from the hill top by tho thousands. To aland on tho bridge and observe tho purging Bea of human life descend the declivity nnd ascend was a picture somewhat emblematic of what is to come people going heavenward and hellward, with the latter locality catching the greater portion of the crowd. Tho bushes Burrounding the bridge and covering the rugged clllla apparently ntlbrd opportunity for practices too immoral to mention. It ia a otafri on the decency and laws of Kentucky that High Hrldge camp meeting is allowed to annually draw crowds under the guleo It is true that of n religious gthering. as large on Suiu1b)s the crowds are not by '.',000 or a.000 aa they used to be, but beyond tho remotest possibility of a reasonable doubt, there should be some way of Blunting oir this camp meeting mouey making scheme that evidently leads to tho broad road and everlasting destruc- non-turbule- nt Crab Orchnrd is iiommI for its blackberries this seaxon, Ht least, Mrs, d informs tho writer Hist there Iibb been over 1&0 buckets shipped from her otlice, hut tho huhkou is about over. Tho hop at Crab Orchard Springs was nither a failure on account of a dis appointment in tho music, t ut ManHger Hofmann has now made arrangements to have good music nptl will givo a hup every Thursday night from now on until thocloHoof tho senson. Tho church dedication and district conference, which was held at the new church in I'reachersville tho latter pari of the week, was well attended and brought h number of preachers to that place from all points in Kentucky. It seetnB that I'reachersville from Its name would be n very appropriate place for preachers to congregate. Miss Maud I'ettus and her guest MIhs Campbell, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dilliou at Livingston. Miss Phillips, of Imcaster, is a guest of Miss Hal-HKdmiston. Mifts Alico Mooro has gone tod.ancaster to spend a week with e. HUSTONVILLE. Lincoln County Teachers' Institute. , The Teachers' Institute was called to Born on the 2.5m to the wife of II. Wolford Dryo a girl. His sobriquet will order at 10 a. m. yesterday bv Supt. W. henceforth ho "father" insted of "broth j F. McClary, who after a short tnlk to the i teachers, introduced Prof. W. E. Lum-le- y, er." principal of Hickman High School, The Teacher's Institute convenes nt your town this week, consequently you as conductor nnd who nfter a short, sen- State CollegewKentueky Opens September io, 1894. Thirty Professors and Instructors; Nine Courses of Study, as follows: Agricultural, Scientific, Biological, Chemical, Civil Engineer-- ' ing, Mechanical Engineering, Veterinary, Classical, Normal School. COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. Board in dormitories S2.25 per week; in private familiesS3.5o to 4.00. For Catalogues apply to JAS. K. PATTERSON, Ph. D President, Lexington, Ky. have our preceptors with you. Misses Xinnio and Lizzie Head are visiting WisKUB jMiuiieand Lucy McKtn-rieMr. Mfirt lt'ithwell, of Lancaster, y. ! is Mt Mr. Kn'itliiirtn'rt. rl Miss Mjrtlo Wilde. Mr. Jas. Kiah, wife l'on by the dozen were repeatedly drawn in the Hotting bar room (a largo boat, tho "Fulls City," that camo up from Louisville undy morning) and that bloodshed by the wholesale was only narrowly averted by tho opportune interposition of friends Siutaw. nnd I am told that DEATH'S DOINCS. I). S. Cull, a prominent attorney of Barbourvllle, is dead. He leaves a wife ami two daughters. Popo Hawkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H Hawkins, died at Corbln Friday night and was buried at Hustonville, Sunday morning. Hia disease was typhoid fover, from which ho au tiered two or three weeks. Ho was 10 years of age and was a good and steady boy, much thought of by his employers, tho Southern News Co. His death is a severe blow on hia parents, who have many sympathizers in their allliction. Monlicello is to havo a bank on 1. r Jan. tea plants to produce one pound of tea. Bears havo invaded Finland in such numbers that troops havo beon sent to kill them. During tho last year, OKI wooden and IS Iron and steel vefsols were built in tho U. S. Tiio brain of ant is larger in proportion to ItsBizo than that of any other known creature. In Franco a doctor's claim on tho estate of a deceased patient has precedence over nil others. A Savannah (Ga.) candidate for recently set up the beer for 1,200 persons ntouo time. A woman in Mayaville, IS. Y recently presented her husband with a fourth set of twina. Two guards wero killed in tho Tennessee mines by revolting convicts. An infernal machine did it. There wero 819 vessels built and otlicially numbered in this country during tho past fiscal year. In Juno of this year 10,000,000 children wero found to bo enrolled In tho schools of the United States. Tho Baldwin locomotlvo works has just turned out a mogul engine weighing 70 tone. It is said to be tho largest of its kind in tho world. A Boston theatre, as a hot weather Advertisement, served ice cream to its matinee patrons, and of the 450 spoons passed out with the cream on a given day only 10 wero returned. g Forest fires in Wisconsin are extond-inevery direction. Many lives rapidly in have been loet. Between 15 and 25 rea identa cf PblUlps were either burned, or drowned In the lako In which they sought to take refuge. The northern part of the Stato la a sea of flamea and the property loss can not be eatlmated. The refugees are beglnlng to reach the large cities, but the fate of many ia in doubt. Kailroad trestles are burned and relief ia Impossible. Five hundred women and children from Phillips are homeless in the woods and can not be reached. At Mason the losa ia placed at It takes 12 of-tl- co $1,000,000. and daughters, spent Saturday among Crab Orchard friends. Mrs. Alice Newland visited Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Cooper, at Livingston, Saturday nnd Sunday and attended tho supper given for tho benefit of tiio new Christian church at that place. Shu reports a n I co time and a gtin to the church of about $35. Mrs. Cooper returned to Crab Orchard with Mrs. New la ml to visit her father. Mr. C. A. ltedd. Dr. Drowning, of Indianapolis, visited Mr. and Mrs. Gus Hofmann the punt week. Mr. Jas. Chad wick has another daughter at ills house to keep Kddio K. Perkins is iiailey company. Mrs. quite ill. Mr. Felix Myers is confined to his bed with a complication of disease. Mr. John Henry, of Knoxville, is spending a few days with hi wife nnd baby at her mother's, Mrs. W. F. Abrahams Mies Lillins Iluchanau will return to Knoxville with Mr. Henry, Wednesday. Mrs. Walter Dutton, after a pleasaut vic-- it to her sister, Mr. Alico Newlaud, re turned to her home in Indlannpolis, Friday, much improved in health, Mrp. W. rUnilnK ii 1'rit'inl' Aittico. said "Wouldn't it boa giol A. ilenzley is vioiting her grand mother the disinterested friend, "to put n high near Bee Lick. grade in your window and mark price? You'd lo-- o it $50 or mjiiio CHURCH AFFAIRS. some money on it, ot course, but look The St. Paul Kpiscopal church. Lou- at tho advertising you would get out of isville, will bo rebuilt at a coat of 1500,-00- it. Everybody in town would bo talking nbout it" inxidu of 24 hours, and -- Kev. G. W. Gelvln, of Patriot, Ind , your store would get a reputation for has been suspended from his church. fcellinggood machines cheap that wonld bo worth hundreds of dollars to you." He ran away with a brother minister' "That's uot n bad scheme," said tho wife. bicycle dealer nfter thinking it over. Hov. Mr. McClure, of Irvine, preach- "John," ho called out to ono of the ed at the Methodist church and at the boys, "put that Greased Lightning racunlou aervicea at tho Baptist church last er iu tho front window and mark it if 50." Sunday. "But" At Creelsboro ltst week Elds. Z. T. "Never mind arguing tho mntter. I Williams and Ira M. Boswell close J a know what I'm doing." meeting witli 10 additions to tho church. Lightning racer was Tho Grea-e- d Columbia Spectator. placed conspicuously in tho show winCardinal Ledochowsli, prefect of dow with tho $S0 tag appended. "Now," said tho disinterested friend, tho congregation of tho Propaganda Fide, Koine, and one of the foremost men of "that looks something Hko it. You'll seo n crowd gathering there inside of the Catholic church, is dead. way, you may Elder V. W. Dorris, who came over five minutes. By tho jut consider that machino sold. I'll to preach tho funeral sermon of Mies tnko it off your hands. But I'm no Crow, is holding n meeting at Nicholas-villhog,11 he ridded cheerfully. "I'll let it which had 10 additions to last ac May in your window till tomorrow counts. morning." Kev. E. O. Guerrant has been hold "Wasn't thnt rather an uiihnudonio ing revivals in Perry county the past trick?" nslreil tho silent imrtncr nfter . Hia meeting at mouth of tho disinterested friend had gone nway.i three mat matho Grapo Vino Creek resulted in 33 addi- "No," retlecteil on denier, years, but hand two chino hns been tions. Ho ia nt Hazard thia week. it's worth evory cent ot tflf.ou. Woodford Sun. Chicago Tribune. Sunday wae a big day at tho new ?" IHHerence. Methodist church at Preaohersville. Dr. paid an old schoolma.stor ton "If," Poynter preached and succeeded in so curing tho fli'.'o, balance due on the build- visitor, "certain pupils used half ns application in finding. It is said that 1,000 people wore much ingonuity nnd do in finding out ing oat facts ns they present and that oil wero fed with many ways to bo wrong nnd excuses for thorn, baskets left untouched. they would become excellent scholars. Tho Missionary Kevin w of the There's Tinkins now, gazing out of tho world estimates tho total missionary gifts window. Ho novor cares to learn anything, but hu is alwnys ready with a of Christendom for 18915 at $ ami a half million of dollars more or less ingenious blunder. Let's beside one raised from thb mission field itself. Tiio try him." "Tinkins 1" exclnimed tho teacher. total missionary force it estimates at 5S,-- 1 "Yes, bir." IS, tho greater part of these, of course, "Gather in your eyes and your wits being unordained native helpers. from tho outer empyrean for a moment There are about 1,191 religious and tell us what is tho difference tho meaning of tho word 'granito' in tho United States. Of these the Baptists have 181, Methodists 173, Ko and that of tho word 'pomegranate, ' " "No difference, sir." man Catholics 131, Protestant Episcopa"Then why do wo sometimes say lians 70, Presbyterians 73, evangelical 'granite' mid sometimes 'pomegrandenominations 71, Lutherans 59, ate.' " 33. undenominational 210, "When wo nro in a hurry, sir, wo while the balance is distributed among pay colloquially 'granite,' but if we about a dozen other denominations. have plenty of time wo tnko pains to say pomegranate. ' " "Let mo compliment you on tho inTiik Weekly Courier-Journa- l has wilb drawn its offer of $1,000 to be given to genuity of your nuswer, Tinkins. Now definitions subscribers who could name the hottett you may go and look up tho unabridged of thoso two words iu tho day iu August, and guess closest to the definition for mo nnd writo down highest temperature on that day. This 10 times. Tiio clnss in rhetorio will reaction waa taken because of the serious turn to thoir seats." Youth's Companinterruption of mails, caused by tho rail- ion. road strike. A simple and liberal gucea-inThe United States Express Company contest on the November Congressent every employe of the company in sional Election ia now being prepared, and will be announced by the Weekly Chicago a $10 bill and a letter of appreCourior-Journciation of work done during the strike. shortly. The nomination of Paynter for the Saturday wa8 the hotteat day this appellate judgshlp will occasion a epecial season in New York City. The mercury election for hia auccessor in Congress, was 95 and a number of sunstrokes, and Hon. Garrett S. Wall, of Mayaville, one fatal, resulted, ia anxious for the honor. V itk-n,- " bk-ycl- The iinuiy friends tiert nf Mr. Kob-eDunn regretted exceedingly to lie.tr of his H. I ami MiddtMi dnuiMe. Profound sympathy is Celt for his bereaved parents in this the hour of willictiou. Mr. 2. C Hopper, who was in the wreck, is much better, though he was not seriously hurt. Mr. hihI Mis. Goldsmith Cook, of Jelllco, who have beeti here several months, havo returned home. Mr. Cook is a silversmith by trade nud was kept busy during his sojourn. Misses Quick, of Anderson, Iud, are visiting Miss Mary I.usk at "Hycation." Mies Miranda Tucker and brother, Sam, spent sev eral days with the Misses Yowell Mr. J. G. Weather ford and family have returned home. As we walk down the corridor of lime, we realize each day, we lost one of our best citizens when this move was mmle. Miss Kate Baugh man, Prof. Tnouisuu, wiio and daughter, havo niirned from Russell Springs, looking hale and hearty. Miss Helen Keid is visiting relrttivesin Stanford. Mrs. K. J. Lyle returned home Monday. Mr. Will King, who lias been 6ick, is out again. Mr. Win Price md Dr. Fayette Duulap were up from Danville to see Mr. J. W. Hocker, whose improve merit is anj thing but rapid. Mr. Gilbert Smiley, while hauli'ig outs for Mr. Sam Ibid, fell fiom the wagon on a ledge of r.n-and for awhile looked hh if his conMedical aid wa sedition was serioii9 cured hihI at this writing he is better. Mrs. Helen llulfiunn and Mellio Hopper are thinking of going to Paris next year. Should they go Hustonville's loss will be P.tris' usiu. Mellie is a general favorite hen-- ; aiso a due mtisici.iu. 0. sible talk, proceeded to tho work. M. J. Brough was placed in the chair as secretary with Sliss Georgia Lewis as Htsistant. The following teachers wero enrolled: C. H. Holmes, Misses Cettio Thurmond, Alice Surber, Sallie Carter, Mary Kay and Lula Owsley, M. D. Hughes, Misses Jennie West, llertiiv'Cnoch, Ef fie Wright, Kate Blain, Messrs. C. K. McClure, J. H. Dnlton, N. .W. Hughes, M. J. Brough, Misses Lydia Lewis and Moorp. Mr. J. W. Acton, Miss Virgie White, Mrs. Bottie Eubanks, Scott Anderson, Mioses Ella Wright, Delia Gooch, Mayme Wright, W. I). Dye, Miss Leah Steger, J. M. Acton, P.W.Carter, Jr., Mies Mattie Sacray, W. K. Swearingen, H. S. Young, Miss Maggie Sacray, Mrs. Mollie Frye, J. H. White, J. W. North, Misses Pearl Phillips, Minnie Ejtes, Anna Keid Lizzie Pettus, J. B. Wall, Mies Julia Stagg, G. Singleton, Misses Lula Rifle, Kate Hays, G. W. Curtis, C. M. Young, Wm. Dunavant, Misses Lula Hicks, Mar garette Middleton, W. H. Ihstin, Misses Ida Williams, Amanda Bishop, Mrs. Ada Creger, Misses Bettie Carter, Attie Hicks, Lou Moore, J. U. Thomas, T. W. Jones Miss Sallie Green, Mrs Eddie Cooley, Misses Mary Brough, Mary D. Carter, Florence Beck, Nora Phillips, Ethyl Wright. The following committee ou program was appointed: Miss Jennie West, J. W. White, M. D. Hughes, who made the following report for the day: Explanation of course of study and daily program, Prof. Lumley. Science of teaching, II. S. Young and C. II. Holmes. Penmanship, Miss Mary Kay and M. J. Brough. Adjourned until 1:30. Met at the hour designated and Prof. Lumley immediately opened to business on the subject assigned, and showed bow many teachers do not teach because they fail to follow the direct line of the program furnished by tho State board. Subject being exhausted, tho next subject on the program was Science of Teaching, by C. H. Holmes and H. S. Young This being disposed of, the next was Penmanship, by Miss Kay and M. J. Brough. The following teachers came in alter roll call: Miss Mayme Wright, J. M. Acton, Jacob Elder, J. A. Hays, W. A. Collier, Misses Lou Moore and Amanda Swearinger. Adjourned at 4:30 till S:30 this morn- I 4 Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Next Session Begins Tuesday, Sep. 4, 1894. full corptot Conservatory ami Normal School teachers. Superior courset In Literature, Mulic An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogue! and circulars furnished on application. ;u School Books and School Supplies, , Complete Line Lowest Prices. XTew School Tablets and Slates. Examine our Elegant Line of rsr ST-cVTioiTiEiR- i Vis- Writing Tablets, Ladies' Correspondence Paper and Envelopes, iting Cards, &c. W. B. McROBERTS, DRUGGIST, Stanford, Ky. -- MY STOCK OF- - FINE PAPERS, SCHOOL BOOKS. Tablets, &c, is very large and Our Prices Can Not Be Duplicated. Call and See Us. A. K. FSIT1T7, Druggist. ALl MY- - ing. Prof. Brough and Miss Georgia Lewis, who were the secretaries last year, wero e, wot-Up- again chosen. They are capital ones and have our thanks for the above official report. The superintendent and teachers are greatly pleased with Prof. Lumley. His manner is unassuming nnd he makes no display, but hia speeches and explanations of the subjects are models of and clearness. It will pay our people to hear him and we are asked to invite them to do so. The teachers assembled at the Institute are an unusually bright and intelligent body of ladies nnd gentlemen. The standard has been greatly raised in the last few years, until only those who are fully competent are permitted to teach the common schools. Beauty is not an especial requisite of the new law, but if it was a majority of tho ladies present s would bo given certificates by nuy board of examiners. con-cleene- ss Accounts are six months past due : Are : Due ! July and January and without any exception those whose accounts Will be Charged Interest Do not be surprised at'seeing it on your account and do not ask me to deduct it. H. J. McEOBERTS. I MEET WITH SUCCESS. WITS'? Because my friends trade with me, for which I appreciate and thank them veiy much. I don't know a better way to get your trade than to get firat-clae- pa-pe- ra bo-twe- g al Mre. Alico Mitchell, of New Albany, O-OOIIud., who possessed a 6potless reputation, was thrown from a buggy in which she For you to select from. was driving with a married man by the name of Cash Jackson, and killed, thus tragically exposing her infidelity. The State election in Alabama is on- A nice line of Dry Goods, Notions, Straw Hats, Caps, Fans, Neckly 10 days off ond great interest centers wear, Suspenders Ladies' Vests, Corsets, Hose and Shoes. French in the result. Democrats are coufident Cadies, Cakes, Bananas, Nice Fresh Butter on Ice and Groceries at of Col. Oates' election, but somo appre- Low figures for Cash. hension is felt regarding the Legislature At Birmingham, it ia feared, the strike troubles may cause democratic loesep, which might result in throwiug the lower house to the populists. The situation is still warlike. The Chinese government his prohibited the exportation of rice or grain, is placing torpedoes in the north channel and tho entrance to the Yang-Ts- o river and ia buying war material freely. Later reports confirm the news of the sinking of the transport Kow Suing, all but 40 of the 2,000 troops beWHAT DOES IT MEAN? ing lost. Tho L. & N. has dismissed its auit Itnfinj that thQnn snl Crciwnt Root Ii It miles shrti U luri. rtsst VciriJ Clndnnj.t U Uiimwui t4u.ile Urltwu. Cinelumll itwrlMt against the Illinois Central railroad in lot Liil Mr4Lsli.rtMl uiEUtit Ni t'lufUn.tl w CUituuuuf j. AlUuu, cr i Uriii. the Federal court and relinquished ita claim to rents from the C.,0. & S. W. SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS Co. The effect of the action ia to dist wen fit ef ths aW rwlnti. Thronth Cart ti Viekitnr an.1 Shrtte-- 1 KatitUU ml rt. Oulr liu rconlrn throuih iar. l'iaaU ti New claim the ownership of the 0., O. & S. Hirrcl llu t Tta Aih.lH. N. C. Atk went, about t"ur and Meaic TU from Orleans or lot allfiruli. H .Hhrte.i'ort. W., which the Commonwealth has been FhrlhxYille and Lawrenrelmre. direct cuunecUim is mJ at LeUnetoa imt!iUtaMlMutaU.laUMt.. c R,j.u!UOS. lighting through the State courts as a viOea'l I'asi'r Afcat, CificinunU. O. olation of the provisions of the Constitution, which declare that no railroad shall QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. acquire parallel and competing line with a view to setting up up a monopoly aa a public carrier. DS THE BEST I I HAVE JUST RECEIVED J. C. FLORENCE. Japnno-Chines- e P 17 M 109 23 90 -t -.- k J iAM .. ?- - H.'.-.-- i ifip pW Semi-Week- ly 8TANFORD, Ki, i n i. it t V M K I m Misses Maud and Doll Kollar aro having no ex- traveling alone on thoir bicycles from i nproteraent companies istence and other such collateral were Massillon, O , to Richmond, Ind. DEMOCRATIG NOMINEES. The "Industrial Army" of 2,000, taken till $014,000 were loaned and the 1). C, has JAS. H. MTREAKY FOIt CONGRESS. notes for that amount wero sold at auc- summering near Washington, WALKER GtVENS tion last week for $1,044. Tho News issued an appoal for aid in getting away. J AS. For County Judge . G.n. COOPKK says nearly all the notes were given by Clerk Archduke William III, of Austria, J. B. PAXTON Attorney gentlemen who for various and sundry was thrown from his horse Sunday and T.D. NEWLAND Sh.riff ghortly reasons have sought other climes undute so seriously injured that he died E. D. KKNNKDY Aiseuor DEIIORD doing tho boom act or hoein,? corn far, afterward. G. W. jjiier James Mulligan, of 'Mulligan letter" far away. Sic transit gloria mundi. fame, died at Maynard, Mass. The letter After a splendid speecti defending the War between China and Japan over was a very sharp thorn in tho side of the president against the assaults of Gorman Coreu seems to bo assured, in which late James G. Blaine. and others, Mr. Vilas withdrew his mo- event the result can bo early foretold. -- Officer W. W. Weatherford, of the differ-entition to recede from the of a cent There aro enough Chinese to crush out Lexincton nolice force, was shot and duty on sugar, in the interest of the enemy and never mles the millions killed in a struggle with a negro he had harmony, and the tariff bill was sent of men that might be slain. Russia arrested and was trying to disarm. back to the conference committee, not doesn't like China, however, and might In anticipation of a duty on Biignr, however, until the republicans had ex- take a hand, in which case England great cargoes aro pouring into New York hausted their dilatory tactics. In voting might also be drawn into the fight and from almost every direction. A uriusn upon the several motions, all the demo- ultimately all the nation of the earth steamer arrived there Sunday with a full crats observed the caucus agreement but might become involved, and the proph cargo from Egypt. Senator Hill, who with the populists esy be fulfilled. So far Japan has the In a mutiny among the convicts In voted with the republicans. Up to Sat- best of the dispute, but she will doubtthe mines at Tracy City, Tenu., the depurday night no definite conclusion had less realize that he laughs best who uty warden and two guards wero killed. been reached by the conferrees, but it laughs last. The guards succeeded iu winging the was understood that tbf) Senatorial memand restoring order. If Col. W. O. Bradley bad done as ringleader leaving New York Saturbers had presented an ultimatum that Steamers their bill, so far as the disputed features President Harrison wanted him to do day carried $5,300,000 in gold, whfch were concerned, is the only tariff meas- go as minister to Corea, war might have was withdrawn for export. This left the ure that could be passed. The president been averted and the king of that coun- gold reserve at the close of business Satsent for Mr. Wilson and others of the try might have remained on his throne. urday $55,223,526. The cash balanco waa committee favoring the House bill and The colonel is a genuine diplomat and $124,550,439. had a long conference, the purport of we are sure could have arranged things The coroner's jury in tho Pratt mine which was not given out. Unless there to the satisfaction of all parties. But massacre has concluded its oension at is an agreement by this evening, a cau- then we nre glad the colonel didn't do Birmingham. The verdict charges strike cus of the House democrats, called by a it. There are too many of the heathen leader W. J. Kelso and over 100 strikers petition started by Mr. Springer, will be Chinese and Japanese any way and mawith murder. Nearly all unaccused are held. The outlook is very much mixed, ny millions could be killed and never under arrest. but it seems to be tho general feeling be missed. After being out for six weeks and that if nothing better can be done, the Deiis has succeeded in getting all bu costing tho mine owners, the county and Senate bill should be passed and end the the contempt of court case against him themselves several hundred thousand suspense and doubt to which the coun- before the supreme court, which he dollars, the miners' union at Ironwood, try has been subjected by such traitors hopes will deal more gently with the erMich., has declared their strike off, and as Gorman and his followers. It is sta- ring than lower court. Speaking of will go back to work. the ted, though, that Mr. Cleveland will re- this dethroned king, bis insincerity and At Chicago, Richard Lawrence and passed in its fuse to approve the bill if hypocrisy were demonstrated the other Edward Rhodes, the first of the strikers present shape. He might do that, how- day, when after issuing an appeal to the to be punished hero for lawlesanessgrow-inever, and not veto it, letting it become a American people to boycott Pullman cars, out of the Pullman boycott, were law by default of his action thereon. he rode from Chicago to Terro Haute in sentenced to 40 days in jail by Judge The bill is a little better than the one. The fools who followed blindly his Grosscup, of the Uuited States court. bill and anything is preferable reckless orders are slowly awakening to Dispatches from Nebraska and Cento the delay and unrest that its eter- find their idol clay of a very dirty vartral and Western Kansas state that in nal agitation produces. The coun- iety. tense heat baa prevailed in that region of try is sick and sore over the unfaithfullate. The drouth is playing havoc with ness and inconsistencies of its bo called The prohibitionists of the Ashland disthe crops. More than half the corn crop leaders and demands immediate and fin- trict gave Charley Moore, the in Kansas, it is feared, will bo a failure. Blade man, the cold shake and al action. The directors of the A. R. U. have nominated Hon. W. C. Owens' law partissued a call for a convention to bo held in which After a two days wrangle ner, Judge J. B. Fiunell, of Georgetown, 2. Debs, who went the Kenton county delegates, which for Congress. The judge may not be at Chicago AuguBt Ind., says next to the one that usually represents able to hold William up as the awful ex- to his home in Terre Haute, will decide whether tho Louisville in conventions, is always the ample, but there is one thing certain, a the convention declared off. toughest in the State, quarreled and house divided against itself can not strike is to be extended or stamped to n Wilbur Hughes was fought among themselves, the stand, and neither of these is likely to death at Alldnsville, Todd county, by Congressat Augusta nominated stand the fierce battle of the ballote on Claude Haddox, a merchant, because man Thomas H. Paynter for the appel- the coming day. Hughes had refused to affirm or deny a late judgship in the G'.h district. The Allensville A story id sent out from Wilkesbarre, rumor that he had come to Covington Commonwealth is in high Goe-bewith a license to marry Haddox'a daughPa., that Mrs. Mary Coyle, who had been feather over the defeat of Senator who was a candidate, and if half it totally blind for u number of years, re- ter. The leading colored ministers ol charged of him is true, the State is to be ceived her sight after anointing her Birmingham have issued an address adcongratulated that she escaped having eyes with earth from the grave of her vising colored voters to support Col. such a man on the bench of her highest beloved pastor, Father O'Haran. If this Oates for governor, on thocommon-stfns- e court. Hon. George Washington was is true, which is very unlikely, it is not principle that they must look to a maalso a candidate, but it seems that unlike tho first instance of a restoration of jority of the better class of white citizens his namesake, he is not invincible. The sight by the application of earth, but the for protection. nominee is a man of fair ability and is 43 other was by divine application and beTho first Buit of the many that are years old. He is a graduate of Centre fore the days of miracles had passed. bo brought against the city of Chicato College and followed the practice of law damages incurred The populist governor of go by the railroads for till his election to Congress six years during tho recent strike was filed by the South Carolina is law unto himself. He ago. The nomination is equivalent to an Chicago at a proclamation declaring that Louisville, New Albany Jand 0 has issued is good for election and Mr. Paynter a test caso, and tho dispensary law, which the supreme Chicago. It will serveas a year for eightyears court pronounced unconstitutional, shall is for fj damage to a freight car While a party of Lehigh Valley Coal go into ellect again August 1st, and all The admission oi Utah into the sister- liquors but his shall be seized. The Company oilicials was making an inspec hood of States will necessitate another more one sees of populist governors the tion of a colliery at West Pittston, Pa. change in the flags, but it will not b more he is inclined to like dogs. tUe floor of the carriage gave way, and made till July 4th next, the law providtho men wero precipitated to the bottom ing that changes must date from the Having used every endeavor to make of the shaft. Superintendent Mason and succeeding day of independence. Seven Col. Breckinridge see the futility of his Foreman Wilson were killed and several States in five years is a pretty lively re- candidacy for Congress and urged him injured. cord, which is not liable to be broken, as for the sake of common decency to withThe city of Frankfort levied upon only New Mexico, Arizona, Oklahoma draw, without avail, the Louisville Post the rolling stock of the Kentucky Midand Alaska are left to admit. It wont be now raises the question of his eligibility. land railroad, leased by the Howe Conlong before they aro all in and then the It says that he is a non resident, for ac- struction Company, for taxes alleged to work of carving new States out of old cording to his own sworn statement be be due. No trains were run after the ones will likely begin. There aro too has been living in hell for 10 years. levy was made, and it is not known many States, though now, the republicans when traffic will be resumed. Wk regret to know that Editor John in their anxiety to secure Senatorial votes, Mrs. Jacob Eckert, of Dayton, O , having made States out of Idaho, Wyom- S, Van Winkle has decided to give up went to Cincinnati to seek employment. ing and Montana, neither of which has the Someaset Reporter and go to Knox-yill- She was found dead in her room with a many more votes than this Congression to take a position on the Tribune. knife wound in her throat and a towel al district, He will have a broader field for the ex- twisted tightly about her neck. Her ercise of his undoubted talent, but bo letters to her husband, written just beHow doeB Bro. 'Walton admire Rich- can never find better and truer friends fore the act, published in the localt pamond's policy of protection? London than those he leaves in old Kentucky. pers, are exceedingly pathetic. Echo. Not much more than he does the republican policy of protection. RichAnd now the dispatches say that Mils NOVELTIES. mond printer may need to have outside Madaline Pollard is airing herself on the An almond dish patterned after an firms kept away, but so far as we are top of Pike's Peak. She must have made independent of it, be- a raise, though up to the hour of going oyster shell and lined with gold nnd a concerned, we are ing always able to meet any legitimate to press we had not heard that the colo- Bpoon whoso hnndlo resembles a twig of coral aro fashionablo table utensils. competition in work or prices. Free nel had ponied up that $15,000 he owes Miniature tusks of ivory bound with trade and Bailors' righta is our motto. her and for which execution has issued. bands of gold and caught in tho center by a slender gold chain form tho latest NEWSY NOTES. Friends of Gorman controlled the design in link cuff buttons, and a protty convention in the First Maryland disA stranger was killed by the train one it is. trict and voted down a resolution hearti- this near Danville. Tho duchess silk girdle, mounted ly indorsing President Cleveland "for are 0,082 railway mail clerkB with a hand painted medallion of There Psyclio on a buckle of silver filigree bis manly and uncomproming fight for and 47 who run on steamboats. a substiwork, baa oomo forth as an aspirant for tariff reform," and adopted Lee Triplett was run over by a tracBummor wear. tute, "mildly advocating tariff reform." tion engine in Franklin and killed. didn't like that kind of a Tho old adngo, "Raining pitchThe audience Ohio has already paid out over $100,-00forks, " has furnished an appropriate dething and hissed Gorman's name every for her soldiers during the strike. sign for tho decoration of uu umbrella time it was mentioned. News confirmatory of the capture of handle. In silver deposits nro dopicted The pump contractor sayB Louisville the Korean King by the Japs has been falling pitchforks placed alternately with raindrops along the handle. uses 2S,375,000 gallons of water a day, received. Over 300 people went on Tburday's One of tho daintiest of ladies' chate-lainstatement that she uses as much but the watches is completely iucrusted whisky and beer is no doubt a weak in- excursion to Old Point via the Chesawith white daisies in onamoL Tho stoin peake & Ohio. enemy. vention of a Cincinnati Gen. Fleasanton, originator of the is a daisy, and a largo daisy covers tho s cure some years ago, died in center of tho dial on tho background of Thirb are said to be 135 saloons in the bine. The numerals aro in etched gold. ! Philadelphia. "Holy City," Jerusalem of rnilroads only on paper and of al W. P. WALTON. Two thousand houses burne 1 at Cot The worst of the thousands of t win-diInterior Journal perpetrated during the boom times tel, in Bulgaria. Rov. Thomas Dixon predicts a fearis shown in the management of the Coal The ful Btrugglo between capital and labor. and Iron Bank at Middlesboro. JULY 31, 1894 English A dead limb foil from a tree and put 400,000 of good money in Oartwright, it and it was loaned out by its recklefs broko the neck of James security-Bondnear Athens, O. officers on any kind of wild cat es NONE ESCAPE. NO ENCOURAGEMENT. s to nsk u great favor of you n great vor." "Well, sir':" was the curt reply. day. 1 Every piece ofmcrchandiscfgocs to a smaller price. The work ol This week a greater moclearing out the summcrjgoodsjprogresscs. the midnight tho other night, "1 want mentum will bc'forccd. Further d Ami So tliP.Mun Who I.i-f-t Iltimilo Motrtl On. "My dear innii, " ho began as ho stop-pon policeman on the Campus MartiiM fa- hnvo many reasons for believing that 1 hnvo arrived in Chicago, but yet n perfidious doubt in.siMs on entering M.-- "I left Buffalo for Chicago tho other REDUCTION! IN PRICES. The list which followsfshows some of the places where the price is where thejjthrongs will be. Fall in line Fancy Hose from 20c to 25c to 15c. Ladies' Handkerchiefs; Swiss Embroidered worth "Yes, Fir." reduced to ioc. Mcn'sf Handkerchiefs, fancy border, reduced "Becaubo it is a town of straight people?" 20 to 10c. Silk finished Suspenders worth 25c reduced to ioc, "What do you want?" queried tho finished with wircucklcjworth 35c, reduced to 15c. officer, leaving tho question to take coro Straits?" your cut the deepest. There's my mind. Now, then, can you way clear to telling mo whether I am and help yourself. in Chicago or not?" "Of course you are not Yon aro in DtUroitl" "In Detroit? That is a town about half way between Buffalo and Chicago, is it not?" "Yes, sir." called tho City of Black Hose reduced from "Sometimes ILABMB9 HOSE. iocto 5c, 10c, 25c, from silk of it.oir. "Queer very qneerl I start from Buffalo for Chicago, and I find mjelf in Detroit. 1 walk around town for three hours hunting for my friend of tho police force, and, not finding him, a perfidious doubt begins to devel- Men's fine Percale, with LaundcrcdJCollars and CufTs attached, worth op it.elf. I approach you and ask for Si, and Si. 25, reduced to 75c. information, and I find that Chicago FINE CLOTHING for hotjweather, men's 'summer coats, worth and Doboy nro still 2b0 miles farther toward tho setting sun. I can't muku it $ 1, reduced to 50c. Men's $1. 50 thin ccats and vests go at Si. out. Can you?" Men's thin alpaca coats and vests, Jworth S3, reduced to Si. 75. "No, sir!" stiffly replied tho officer. "Would you call it a coo of Do-lo- y ab.ent-miudedne.-s?" g Mc-Kinl- ey have suddonly lost my identity? People do suddenly lose thoir identity, yon know." "I expect they da" "Hold! Conld I have- been in that condition known as inobriated?" anxiously asked tho stranger. "Very likely!" grimly replied tho officer. "Is that all you want to know?" "About all. Stay a moment, however. I sjoke of Doboy. Ho has implicit confidence in me. Should I ask him for a dime with which to" "Mov on, sirl" interrupted tho offi- "It might bo I "Or could that." MEN'S SHOES 2j I 500 pair?, all solid leather, fine shoes, nicclyfinishcd, 7 to 13, will go at Si, worth double the money. Ladies' Oxfords reduced from Si toJ65c, S1.25 to 75c. Men's Pants worth S2 and S2'.25, reduced to S and Si. 25. Men's Suits S7 and $S, reduced to $$ and S5.50, S14 and 15.00 reduced to Sio. 300 pairs Ladies' Dongola Patent Leather Tip Shoes, Heels and Spring Hcci?, from to 7, just received, brand new stock, will go this week at 90; wcrth Si. 50. cer. "Toward Chicago?" "Yes, sir, move on!" "Move on townrd Chicago because of Doboy and that dime?" "Exactly Move on, or I'll run yon 1 LOUISVILLE : STORE, Blue-Gra- STAXTFOHD, Bl"2, A. URI3ANSKY & CO., Proprietor T. D. RANEY, Manager. ss iul" "Very well. I move. I movo townrd conven-ventio- Chicago. I decrease tho distance between myself and Doboy. Vthvu I finally reach "him I shall murmur: "Doboy, old man, beware of Detroit, tho city of tho crookcul Bowaro of a big, overgrown, hard hearted, avaricious, wabbled kneed, red eyed" Tho officer rushed for him, but his club only beat against n soft, damp shadow of tho night. Detroit Free Press. An Ailtilt. Our terms are Strictly Cash and Prices Strictly Low. to sell every man alike and to all at the We expect l, lcckoncd to tho wniter. Examine our goods and convince yourself that we mean more "liny," ho said, "gimme- somovoaL" we say. Hard times is the cry and money is scarce. Now is "What's that, sir?" asked tho waiter time to make One Dollar buy the most, by investing it with as ho brushod a lot of crumbs into the man's lap and handed him a gloss of water in which his thumb was immersed beyond the first joint. and then - into a restaurant the other day and took a seat on a stooL He looked nt tho bill of faro u uiinuto A man went Lowest : Possible : Prices. than the W. H. WEAKEN & CO. : one-eye- ?5.-00- e Tho wniter wandered off to tho kitchen and hold an animatod conversation with tho cook. Pretty soon ho camo If prices are any inducement you ill certainly take advantage of back nnd put a plato of dark red meat this opportunity to buy Furniture that is unmallid in quality and dein front of tho enstomer and began to sign. Antique Oak Dress r Suites go at S15; Antique Oak Chcval pay close attention to tho olcctrio fan. Tho customer turned tho meat over Suites at S20; good Cotton Mattresses at S2. 50; No. 1 Woven Wire curiously with his fork. Ho inspected l$ed Springs S3 Cane Seat Chairs per set S3. 50; Cuttirg Tables 75c it on both sides. Then ho said, "Hay, and Si; Bed Lounges and Couches SS to S20; Chatauqua Writing waiter, como hero!" Desks S6; Baby Carriages S5 to Si o. Parlor Suits and Plush Chairs The waiter walked over and leaned kept in stock and made to order. Special attention paid to odd sizes on tho counter. , order. The "I asked for veal," said tho customer in Window Shades. Mattresses of any kind made to in Stanford. largest variety of Picture Easles Moulding ever handled inquiringly. Picture Frames made in the latest styles of moulding. The constant "Yca" "This hain't veal. It's roast beef. " inflow and outflow of goods manifests my success as alow pricedcash "Roast beef?" repeated tho waiter in dealer. When you look through my stock and get my prices you can great astonishment. but say that my goods arc handjeme and prices reasonable. Give "Yes, roast beef." to walk away. me a call. Tho waiter turned "Well," ho said, "what's roast beef but veal in its second childhood? You gimmo a pain." Buffalo Express. "Gimme somo veal." "Veal?" "Yes, veal." Furniture, Furniture ! W. W. WITHERS. A l'rofrmliinml. Just think, Will Lover has been engaged five times this year! Tom If ho doesn't look out, ho'll Brooklyn lose his amateur standing. Kitty Life. Sunv at All. DR. S. G. HOOKER, DRUGGIST. The Drug-Stor- e Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your Drugs, School Supplies, School Books,Glas5. Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, Liquors for Medical Purposes. i&(VJ sail Tho Poet You see, I don't want it known that I am a poet She But that is no reason why you shouldn't sign your naino to it Life. The Best Goods for the Least Money, Call and see us. DR. S. C. HOCSIR, Th Druggist. 0 1P III Rweirin o Jmt the Reeder Send Thing-- , Hii Rimester I don't seem to understand this poem I havo just finished myself. blue-glas- Truth. it to tho magazines. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. call. Goods Warranted andJaPerfect Fit Guaranteed; Give me gggi E30BWK 17 ;V T- - '" f TtrvrtlS ar Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Kt., - July flTANroRD Tim Buchanan, the Crab Orchard ne- mates the expense of raising an ncre of gro who broke Majgie Offsley's arm wheatat $12.09, and corn 111.71. Tho with a chair, was Bent to jail for 155 days. value of wheat for New York In FebruA Fntait lot of bananas at 0. D. PowTim ia a democrat, but it begins to look ary, 1893, was 80c; the same month of 31, 1894 ell's, two dozen 25 cents, best lomona two like he wont bo out in time to vote in 1SS-- It was 07 cents. Beautiful hair pins 50c each at 3. CONTEST FOR LADIES Lincoln county and to be printed in this space, wc will give free, Danks. I M . For the best Advertisement of our business written by any lady in dozen 3oc. November. E. C. Walton, MEANS Business Manager BU8IHE88. Bup-nlle- a Buy your school hooka nnd school of all kiiula nt A. It. Penny's. Watches, clocks ami jewolry repaired ami warranted. Engraving n Binjcialty, at A. Tiik largest Block of Drug. Medicines, Perfumery, Paints and Wall Vapor at A. II. Penny's. Inscriptions n specialty. PERSONAL H. l'onny's. POINTS. Penny hoa the best stock and will sell In Iceland it is a violation of the Diwatches and jewelry lower than you can vine law to whistle. It should bo here. buy elsewhere. Pope speaks of n mnu "whistling ns he for want of thought." Our imLumiikii ron Salu. Tiiu lumber in tho went pression is that a man who whistles is amphitheatre nt thu fair grounds ia (or capable of thinking. sale privately. Call on or write to I. M. not Bruce at once. W, L. Dawson hna ordered "subject to tho action of tho democratic party" addThr Danville Fair, tho best in ed to ids announcement, as lie intended begins and lasts throe from tho first. Everybody understood it days. Lincoln county will bo thero in that any way, as ho ia too good a demogreat shape ami in large numbers. crat not to be subject to its action. Ken-tucky, m m MAtlM0rVAOATTERS. Father That younu man of yours might just as well livo here. Daughter That's what ho says he wnnts to do af ter we aro married. A Georgia couple have been remarried, after being divorced 2S years, nt the homo of a daughter, who never saw her father till the day of thu ceremony. FranK Williamson, 71, nnd Mrs. Ag nes Auxier, 73, wero married at Paints-vill- e nnd took a bridal tour of 25 miles on horseback across tho mountains. Ahoiriblo story comes from West Virginia. In Lincoln county, Franklin Valentine, a married man, and Mrs. Mary Trader, a widow, were going to elope. The woman's little daughter told about it, nnd tho couple took the child into the woods, tied her to R8take and hurned her to death. four-year-old f Diamond and Emerald Ring. Contest open for any lady, married or single. Only one "ad" must be sent by each person, who must sign their proper name and address All must be in by Aug. io. After that date we will print them in rotation as they they arc received. Mail "ads" to DANKS', : The : Jeweler. iii Mi. J. It. Kunnrllky with liia parents here. ting Mn. spent b few days Miw. H, K. Ouhii, of Louisville, Is visiK. P. Woods. Mies Hiclk.v Hkid, of llustonvillo, is tho guest of Mrs. K. C. Walton. Miss Ullsaio Baughman to Danville. MimAnnik Shanks will entertain a number of hor friends at ten tlds eve- Mh Doha Baoihman returned with ning. Hon. J. A. Oka ft, of Louisrllle, was hero to sp his law partner, Juilgu J. W. Alcorn. Di. A. 8. Pmcr wanta his patrons to know that he will not be at his olllco this week. Hon. J. N. SAUNDcnsiB back from Hock Castle, na brown nB n berry and hb fat sb a match. Mn. anii Mrs. Fohestcs Kkid have Invitations to meet Miw Bowman at their home Wednesday evening. Minna Gkoikiia Lkwjb, of Boyl, and Fannie Wallace, of Garrard, have been Kiieats of Mrs. W. 11. IIIrkIm several days. Mjw. Joauni Corncv, Mm. J. H. Hice, Mrs. Charles W. Krcmer, Miss Klla May Saunders and Walter Saunders attended the Richmond Fair Friday. Mna. Lrcv A. Uartkh, of McKlnney, returned homo last week, nfter a pleasant vlalt to friends and relatives In this county. Somerset Paragon. will take her famMitf. Rannik ily to Danville 10 livo and will leave today, very much to tho regrut of the friends she has niBtlo during her stay. Misa Mattik Brli., of tho Lynnland College faculty, la the guest of tho Misses Menefee. Mies Ilighhaugh left yesterday and many youthful hearts are sad and forlorn. Mua. Raciikl Allison, after a visit to tho Golden Ooaat, arrived at her Bister's, Mrs. Stephen Burch, Friday. Sho waa greatly detained by floods and strikes but managed to enjoy tho trip very much. Mies LawnA Oajitkii has had her Tub Kincs Mountain Canning Co. will schoolmates, Misses Fannlo Shank', begin operations Aug. 0. Tho factory, Florence Myers, Mary Beazley, Dollio with a capacity of 2,300 cans n day, is McRoherta l.lllio and Jennie Lyno with now complete and Supt. Win. Chesterher for several days and they are hav field, who was hero Friday, tells us that, ing a royal time, l t. .,111 ..,...,!.. to. I. - . ., Miss M Aiiv Holmes Lusu, ol Huston .meseu vim., is on oyitig a v sit irom, ,. . i lhe company hits 237 acres in tomatoes u. ..wv.v. Ultra ami isone wuick, a from which a yield of S0.000 bushels tjlrla. who fully urovo that beautiful o expected. Tho crop Is heavy and is ripmen aronot confined to Kentucky. They ening well. The price established is 20 nre llkewlsovery elegtnt and accomplish cents a ) usliel of 00 pounds and a great ed vonng ladies. dltll many farmers in the section have turned Judok Monrtow went through their attention to rairiinir them. An aero cult eurgicnl operation last week. On will yield 2o0 bushels, which will bring examination it wan found an nbcefes had 560, a much better amount than can be hU catwil formed above- tho hip bone. gotten from wheat or corn, riioestablish-men- t the judire a great deal of HUllering for will prove n ureat blessing to tho or three weeks. But wo are glad to people of Unit section. rapidly, and if Hiy now ho is Improving a change for tho worse, will bo out in Tiik hop given by .Mm. J. K. Portman, nit Somerset Beporter. B. H. Danks nnd J. T. Carson at tho Opn week or two Miis. Mahv Wuay is chnperonlng tho era Houso Friday night was largely atfollowing young ladies nt HaleiT Well, tended and greatly enjoyed. The music pretty girls vied vith each whero they will stay for a week: Misses was Nan, Kit and Suo Baughman, Klllo Bur- other in beauty and loveliness nnd the nett, Clnra and Ophelia Lackey, Mary young men were on their best behavior. Alcorn and Nettie and Georgio Wray. Tho night was pleasant and all things Tho following gentlemen aro also there: combined to make the occasion one of J. Warren Hockor, Dr. A. S. Price, W. exquisite delight. Besides many of our H. Wearen, AI Severance, TIiouibs and own fair maidens there wero present Gabe Lackey, J. D. Wearen nnd JnmeB from Lancaster, Misses Ellon Owsley, H. Baughman. Pattie Beazley, Bessie and Jennie Burn- Bide; Misses Ctiastine MacGregor, Bessie CITY AND Vir.lNIITY. and Martha Snyder and Mrs, J. T. Carson, Louisville; Misses Lucy and Mattie shell Bide combs nt Dnnks. Toktoib Alcorn and Mary Holmes Lusk, Huston-villNbw designB in necklaces nt Danka. Laura and Nellie Quick, Quick '2H-'O.-B- 11 Km-bry'a Bi-iik- s This oilico Is getting out nn extra nico A dispatch from Dauville saysthe nocatnloguo for President J. M. torious Elsie Bow Bey and Hnrrison Hubbard, of Stanford Feiunlo College, one of his pals, mado an ellbrt to which will bo ready for distribution in it nssassinnto Ambrose Carter, a well known few daj'B. farmer. ol that county, Saturday. Carter Mrs. Makv Mooiik, sent to tho lunatic had testified against them in court that day nnd they pursued him. They missasylum at Lexington from Boyle, ed their aim and Carter hid in n corn committed suicide Ntturdy by hanging field. Tho rascals made their escape. herself with u ropo made of her bed sheet. P. W. Gkken and Tom Ferrill were arrested yteterday on a warrant sworn out Ik you wautyour watch or any jewelby Judge T. L. Shelton charging them ry repaired, tnko It to Penny's. Mr. with selling whisky at Rowland without Deckehnan doea tho work well nnd license or rather under license illegally promptly; never disappoints a cus granted by the city council. Tho caee tomer. was tried in tho afternoon before Judge Tub Liberty Fair, which will bo held Varnon, Col. W. 0. Bradley nnd W. II. Aug. promises to bo a lino one. Miller appearing for Shelton, J. B. Pax-to- n Tho catalogue of premiums is ueinii for the Commonwealth and Col. printed nt this olllco nnd is very compre- Welch for the accused. The only queshensive and liberal. tions Lr Judge Varnon to decide, weie whether Uie council had tho rik'ht to van was so severely bitten by J. grant licusu without an ordinance and his family horso the other day that lie whetliir it had the right to grant cotl'ee had to come to town and have a surgeon house license. He decided both in the dress tho wound. The horso had never atliniiutlvu and discharged the prisoners. shown any viciousneHs before. Bkiikadkd. A stronger prohibition Wiiilk other portions of tho country argument than any of tho alleged orators nro burning up with heat, Stanford is ns can make, comes from Rowland. Willis cool as a cucumber. In fact it is as good a Naylor and David Traylor got drunk nnd summer resort hs one could wish, and made their beds on tho railroad track, tho swelling thousands nro invited to with the rail for pillows. Both were come and cool oil' with uh. soon sleeping the sound sleep of the in obriated. A train came nlong. Traylor A btiu.ngku stopped at Mr. Sam Saturday nnd asked, "Can you tell awoke in time to save himself, but Nayme where I can buy some horses V" "I lor awoke In eternity. His head was lit have 50 or more and might accommodate orally mashed to a pulp and nearly enyou myself," said thu deacon. Ho took tirely severed from his body, presenting him to the lot, the .nan picked out two n most ghastly appearauce. A coroner's in a few minutes, Mr. Kmbry priced jury was summoned and it returned a them at $125, and in less time than it verdict in accordance with the facts. takes to set up and print this Mr. Km- Naylor was perhaps 23 years of age, and bry had tho money and the stranger had was quite a shiftless fellow. Ho leaves tho horses and had departed. Suspicion-lu- two wives, one divorced, but fortunately that the money might not bo good, no children. His death is the awful tho deacon came to town and had the fate that sometimes befall those who bankers examiuo it, and they pronounc- tarry long at the wino cup nnd will ed it at least as good as the horses, which doubtless, nnd naturally, cut a figure in the approaching prohibition election. wero well sold. e Dt-vin- STANFORD, KY. e, Only a Tho preacher "disappointed" tho congregation at tho Presbyterian church Sunday, but they were more than consoled by n duet by Mrs. M. S. Baughman and Mrs. A. G. Hnfiman. NEW ADVKHTLSKMENTS. fm Left to-day Of our great closing sale of Summer Goods, and you must come at once if you would secure them. We offer genuiue 32 inch French Ginghams at 15c, that sold at 35c. Genuine Zephyr Ginghams that sold for 25c at 10c and all our Light Domestic Ginghams at 6y$c. All our White Dress Goods and Light Shades in Woolen Dress Goods at ' POSTED. This notice forewarn humeri, fishermen and athers not to trespass on our lands without ai all suih will be prosecuted to the ful est extent of the law. Signed: MRS. AMANDA W.M. MKWES. ALCORN. ONE - HALF all-wo- : VALUE. We will offer a genuine light summer suit for $6, and one, a better goods, at $7, and a genuine clay worsted at 7. 50. These goods must go out to make room for BT7GG-5- T TOPS. All ldnils of Carriage and liuggy Tops, Dashes and Fenders Which begins to arrive in this month. Ladies' Oxfords will be reducREPAIRED AND RECOVERED ed within the reach of every lady. In fact all summer goods are to We shall not let up until our customers have them s In style and at Satisfactory Prices. be slaughtered. Remember in possessiod. JOHN U. DeNARDI, First-claslo-i- m Our Large Fall Stock We Are Headquarters, Carriage Painter and Trimmer, Stafford. Ky. Ladies, Your Attention, Please. My Stock of Millinery MRS. I'OK IK T. COURTS. Is bet k rapidly opened and it embraces everything pretty and stylish. I have engaged Miss Julia Stitt.of Cincinnati, to trim for me. Sne is a lady of much experience and taste and Is sure to give satisfacUon. An examination of goods is in- For the celebrated J. B. & P. D. French Corset, the best made. When a lady once tries them she never gives them up. Don't fail to come on this week. HUGHES & TATE. vited. 10 REAL ESTATE. A REVOLUTION W. II. MILLER. IN PRICES ! Goods. g II. 1IEI.M. MILLER & HELM, Real Estate Agents, County, On - All Summer Thk corpse of James Kuykendall l- .,- 1 to Ilrst-rat- e, was brought here on yesterday's train en Office over first National Hank. route to his former home in Garrard. His wifo who is a daughter of 0. G. Todd, cimo with it and the scene between her We offer to the public our services in selling, exrial estate Lincoln and and her aged mother on her arrival here changing and rentingWehae madein arrangement adjoining counties nliecting. From Mr. 0. B. for extensive advertisement ol properties wbb very busplaced in our hands, anil possess Caldwell, who came nlong with her, we iness which can not be possessed facilities for by individuals expense. All placed learn that the deceased had been work- without great rrceno prompt and diligent atten-in our hanas will ing for J. H Smith on his farm uear tion anl cTciy effort w ill be made to dispose of it speedily and no charge will be inut'e unlets we Farmer Oily, III. They fell out about e successful 'n doing to. something nnd Smith discharged him. In I'ROPKTIFs FOR SALL. II 3 tho settlement ho brought Kuykendall Lincoln uc- Grass Farm of 100 Acres at Rowland, county. Farm ot 410 Acres on Dix Iliver, four miles 2 in his debt. Mr. K. decided to return from Stanford; 6,ooo to Kentucky and began to p.iek his 7. r'arm on pike, jV miles from Stanlord; $35 per acre; 13$ acres. things. Smith threatened to hold them 17. Farm and Mill property, 95 acres, on IHx until the j- - was paid and K. oil'ered to River, 4 miles from SMnford: very deirab!e property, offered low. Price and full description on let him linvo his garden for tiio amount application. Smith begun to curse him and applied a iS. Very desirable aud well improved property at Highland; 30 ncres; 11,000 vulgar epithet when ho told him iio 31 Farm of 160 Acrtv. v. ell improved land at Hiuhland fj.aoo. y could not come out in tho road nnd Farm of i;4 acres. 3 miles from A. It. Without further remark, Smith Lancaster; $50 per acre Farm ol 157)4 acres, 6 miles 15. began to shoot, one of his balls entering from Stanford ; ft per acre. Farm jo acres finely improved, i K's eidu and cutting tho largest blood 5 n.iles from Stanford; $ij per acre. 37. Suburban propeity t Rowland, 36 acres, vessel to tho heart, killing him almost well improved: $4,000. inetniitly. Smith waa arrested aud is A number of cheap mountain frrms in Lincoln county. Number of lots in Stanford some with now in jail without bail. houses. A number of Improved lots in Liberty, 11 a-- Stanford, Lincoln Uutil they are all sold. We will sell them at less than many housKy. es paid for them.- We have added to our stock of these goods in order to make it complete, New Ducks, New Lawns, New Batistes. Besides we have Challies, Organdies, Swisses, Percales, etc. All other goods will be sold regardless of cost, and if you need any Dry Goods for present or future use it will be greatly to your advantage to purchase now. A Illue-Grn- ss nr-pl- Illue-Ora- lllue-Ur.- is We have have just bought ioo sample Windsor Ties and they are going at the following low prices: 25c ties at 15c; 30c ties at 19c; 35c ties at 25c; 50c ties at 35c. "KC?t.X of- lllue-Gra- ss FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. county. full description of these properties will be en upon application. Case W. II. HlGGINS. -- W. B. McKinney. Besides our Regular Line giv- - A Burksville farmer has n sow that gave birth to a litter of IS pigs. 0. M. Moherly bought of 0. P. Stone his crop of wheat at 37c Record. The blackberry crop of Nicholas county is estimated to be worth $12,000 Ordor of Election. LINCOLN COUNTY COURT, Kecular Term, held July a. 1804. Hon. W. E. Varnon, Judge. A petition havins leen filed before tho Judge ol the Lincoln Countr Court on the loth day of June, 1804, signed by a number of the legal voters of the town 'ol Crab Orchard, asking tbat an order be made calling an election to be held In said town on tne HARDWARE ! &c, we will keep a fine assortment of Staple and Fancy Such asSugars, Coffees, Molasses, Flour, Meal, Lard, Bacon, Beef, Can Goods, Pickles, Spices, Candies, Cakes, Oranges, Lemons, Bananas in fact, this year. William Rankin, of Tulaski, had three horses and two mules killed by i City, Ind.; Ella and DeBsie Wingate, coucelta in finger rings at lightning. Dainty Woodford; Lillie and Jennie Lyno nnd I. 0. Vanmetor, of Clark, sold to SiDanks. Miss Bryant, Lexington, Geneva Uigh- mon Weihl, for Goldsmith, 90 head of Trade with Danks, tho leading jow- baugh, Senora. Paris export cattle, weight 1,500, at e,er- An I. J. reporter spent Sunday at News. Prewitt & Wood bought in the Crab Pay your duea In the Southern B. & Capt. Richards' delightful summer vllle, to local treasurer, J. 8. Orchard sectioc a lot of fat cattle at 2 to L of Knox Linnietta Springs, and is more than Wella, at McKoberts' drug store. ever impressed with its numerous advan- 2c. They also bought a small bunch of tages. In the first place, the king of heifers and steers at 17 to $9.25. Wilkinson Bkob. are doing nicely In The cotton seed mills of the South opl-":"' jo barbering buainesa. Their - turned out cotton seed oil worth $41,000 " ' k " """ neat and cool. Give them a trial. of oil cakr , iur place in iue country ana lastly the 000 last year, $0,000,000 worth A McKlnney's greatest variety of mineral waters is and meal and over $5,000,000 worth ol Plkasb call at IHrkIm of oil. and pay your McKinnoy & Hockcr ac- found there. Sulphur water, both white other grades W.B. Willis shipped to Jew lork and black, and strong enough to remind obliRO W. B. McKinney. count and average i one of "uufreah" eggs is in abundance; for Simon Wiehl, 400 lambs, Euitou Oukstnut contradicts tho story epsom water, that will make a pound of weight 82 lbs , which were bought dur-thCor-bipast week at 3 to 4 cents. Winthat tho froRB aro dying lor water in an- salts to three gallons, and chalybeate rain has Riven them A sliRht alum and iron springs are ull on the chester Democrat. The great mare, Alix, won the free other leaae of life. grounds and within a few yards of the - at Cleveland, O., the other day in the hotel. The crowd numbers 40 odd and Sbvkbal light raina have fallen innow 2:0S; 2:10J; 2:10. Pixley was second and is as congenial a one as ever assembled. prediction!! laat day or two and the third. Kyland T. won the have moreBhowers and Beaux and belles from several counties Walter E. are that we ehall 2:11 class in the remarkable time of 2:081; are there and with the splendid orchesstationary temperature, tra on band all of the time, one does not 2:073; 2083. will return grow lonely and wish for something W. J. Moore sold 500 pounds of wool Ttia A . A. McKlNNRY to 41 ItUS who are indebted to do. A good crowd from Somerset and to Mr. Sillman, of Danville, at 10 cents August 1 and all sold to Clelland a favor by several from Lebanon aro booked for this per pound. lie also her for millinery will confer settling at once. Coleman, 50 lambs, ewes and wethers, calling and week and the genial manager thinks average weight 75 pounds, at 3j. Btolo the laat chick-e- n that by the last of the week bis house Jk tho scamp who Democrat. manager's coop will be full. Surely if tho9e who conout ol the business Local dealers are oflering 43 cents will do an act template going to a Bummer resort will will return the feathers ho consider Linnietta's advantages it will. i for wheat in Paris. Government esti- forgotten. of kindness that will not be e; 1 in 4c aad Day of August, 1894, To take the sense of the legal voters of said town, who are qualified to vote at an election for county otlicers upon the proposition whether or not spirit uous, vinous or mail liquors snail do uiu, mimed or loaned therein, said petition coming on for hearing on the 9th day of July, l&4, it being the first day of the regular July term, 1894, and it ap n ariiiff that the leeal voters 01 said town signing said petition represents more than 15 per cent, of tne votes cast in saiu wwu i mc all of the requirements of law having been complied with: It is ordered that an election be held on on the amd day of August, 18114, between the hours ol 7 A. M. und 4 P. M., for the puspose ot taking the sense of the legal voters ol said town who ars qualified to vote at elections lor county officers, upon the proposition whether or not spirituous, vinous or malt liquors shall be sold, bartered or lo.inod therein, the result of said election to be certified to and returned as required bylaw in election lor county othcers. The following order is made in conformity to an opinion and mandate of the Lincoln Circuit Court in the case of W. B Penny and others vs. W. E Varnon, Judge of the Lincoln County Court, when it was held with the Judge of the Lincoln County Court as a ministerial officer is required to n.H.r urn elections uDon the presentation of a petition and payment of money to meet the as in this case which opinion the Juage of the Lincoln UOnnty uoun.cousiuers coairor. 01m until tevcrsed by a higher tribunal. The f.illnwlnir officers arc appointed to hold election, Precinct No. 1 W. K. Buchanan, L. A. Pettus, Judges, B. K. Karris, sheriff. W. A. Carson, elk. H. Steph-enPrecinct No. 1.- -1. P. Gilkerson Judges, John McClure, sherift, w. B. Ilans- - re-Bo- 1 ... ii" EVERTHING first-clas- s eatables. Butter, Eggs, &c, To make your table full of taken in exchange for goods. To reduce our stock, special prices will be offered for the next 30 days. Come and see us. HlGGINS & McKINNEY. e n. for-a- Cos-lbO'Brien Wagons AND . ll -- - I s. fA cSpya'ttwt: Har-rodsbu- rg GEO. B. COOPER. Clerk, ByJ.H. Burton, D. C. Canton Chil'd Plows. FARRIS & HARDIN. Stanford, Ky In compliance with the requirements of the law the foregoing order cf electon by the County tor tne Judge 01 Lincoln County is puMlsnea Menefee, in. I. N. form'tion 01 an conccrncu. Sheriff Lincoln Co. July 16,1894. r --- 'tSy: .' 'fc b$: r it J ! fc n tu T fe i f. . r. ft fc now." ?TJLLIrlANSAlTD "Oh! Jennie will take FABLOB CABS. "Ob! bother Jennie!" ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE W. L. DAWSON A Mock 31 nn. to bo dignified and wear trains, receive A dcuinro looking littlo man ap- Is a Candidate for Magistrate in the Stanfoid preand be received. I know I shall bo cinct. Subject to tho action of the democracy. Two doors above Always on hind bored to death, for the only amusements proached tho haughty olcrk in n groMARTYRS OF THE cer's shop and meekly asked if lie had Every Tuesday and Friday I shall have, will be dancing and flirting. any coiToo to soil. Published The Nobicat and Nicest Goods? C. DAVID AT MARRIAGE RING. What will become of all my pretty wild "Wo have ground coffee, " said tho Is a candidate for Constable in the Hustontllle Can bo had in the market. Prices lower than the $3 PKR YKAK IX ADVANCffl fljwers, of my sweet, feathered song- young man. Magisterial District, subject to the action ct the lowest Mourning goods a specialty. Call and SrWhn not so paid 33.60 will be charxed."W democratic party. examine before buying sters, of my sighing trees, of my long, "No other kind?" MARY DAVIS DUDDERAR. 13. T. SMITH. liY invigorat delightful walks and of all tho "None This is tho best ground cofTco Mn. Kate Duddcr.tr, Manager. Stanford, Ky w kitten- tor tub interior Jovknal A. SHANNON, on tho market." COMMEkCIAL I1I.OCK ing tonic of the glorious air?" "Hut I don't want It. " Tho littlo man It a candidate for Constable in the Hutouvill (Continued from Inst Tuesday.) You'd better nsk what will become braced up. "I got koujo sugar horo tho Precinct, Election November next CHAPTER II. of poor me," said he lugubriously. TheDavis Vertical Feed Sewing Machines BVEK.'X- other day with sand in it, and I don't beIn tho latter part of Mny it rained hard "Ohl I know very well what will When necessary. want coffeo with ground in it. You G. D. SSIIIJBY for several successive days and tho time come of you. You will be making love Are the best because 'hey run tighter and can do mast think I want the enrth." IIiu a Kreater variety of work than any other sewing hung heavily on Mr. Carter's hands. to Jennie and will be so glad that I'm lem Life Is a candidate lor Justice ol the Peace in the K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. precinct, subject to the action ol the machine. The Closely he watched the leaden sky for out of your way." democratic party. Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning a break in its murky breast, but day af Train naves "No, you are a bad prophetess. I can Ladlos Lincoln County House. N. Y.. oil the knee, which '"" ter day "the low hung cloud dropped toll you what will become of me," said laid bimMiddleburir.and caused the knee to become Are cordially invited to call at the t Asaph up in bed AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Hotel and examine the mar hint, as ellassam recommended him their garnered fulness down;" hour after Mr. Carter brightening up, as an idea stiff A friend Halm, which he to use plesof its work McMUKRAY 1IROS., Pain did and in two Is a candidate for Peace t Mail train going North....... "I'll be at the days was able to be around. Mr. Shafer has rec- touwlle precinct; Justice of the action In the llus .........137 PO hour the slanting lines of rain beat popped into his head. Slanlord, Ky demof the subject to the pm 23 South " " Is excelommended it to many others nnd says ....... it j: pin npainflt the windows with unabated fury White Sulphur! I'll be there too, array- lent lor any kind of a bruise or sprain. itThe same ocratic party. " South Express train w -. h Korth .ilso famous Its cute of rheumatism. 31n and the overcharged gutters foamed and ed in a spiketnil coat and patent leather remedy Isby Dr, S. G.forMocker, Druggist. StanVor Mie .9 36 a tu Caeat Freight North DR. W. B. o fumed with rage. my presence, ford pumps, boring you with ..J07P South- Tha latter train alio carry paisengers. k "Mr! my! how I long for one more aad tearing your trains with my The present Constable, is a candidate for Th above It calculated on standard time. Solar in tho Stanford precinct, subject to the action bright, sunshiny day. How I long for dancing, and and looking daggers im it about 90 minutes faster. Office South ot the democratic party. Election In November. Main St., In oOic. recently He asks your support. vacated by Dr. Lee F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. a drink from the poplur spring. How I at you if you daro to indulge in any QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. long flirtations.'1 When Iinby win slclt, wo Rava her Castorl". Going North train pass Junctiou City as foThen Mr. Carter sighed as he blush-ingl- y "Will you really? Now I'm going to When ahe at a Child, aho cried for CastorU. Vestibule Marts 6 a. m. llows: thought of a crown of golden hair see if you will desert all these glorious When she bocAtna MIm, ah clung to CastorK p. m Local i;io p. rn. Florida Limited Limited j.'ij. a. ra. .Dealers n where sunshine was always imprisoned, surroundings and Jenuie to follow poor When he had Children, ahe gate them Caxtoria. South N O. Vestibule la tS p. m. Florida of rosy lips where the wine of love was little me." Limited 11:15a m Local 11:55 p. m. Vestibule arrives S.'so p. m. so sweetly distilled, and of soft, brown "I'm in earnest. As.the children say eyes that thrilled with their glances. I'll cross my heart on it. I'll be ready Ky. "Ah! what would old Fergerson say if to take the train he could read my thoughts,1' said he as "No, wait a week before you start. .. YOU ARE he paced, restlessly, across the room. Don't have poeple gossiping about us. DEALER IN At last a light spot appeared in the But we are at the gate now. Tell me At the well known old stand ol J. II. Green, in northern sky, a rift of pearl broke through good-by- e and in a week I shall expect I am lust back from thi cities 1th a Urge and - - Kentucky. ell selected stock of MIL U SERY ki, -- iii : the clouds. The rift grew larger (and you at the White. In one long week." Hustonvillo, sell cheaper than ever .Miss Laura JarW, a suHas just received a beautiful line of then suddenly a flood of golden Mr. Carter dropped oil" to sleep that perior tilmmcr Irom Cincinnati, has encaged with larger, me and I cau cuarralec satisfaction in every pat- light broke through and the scurrying night wondering what Fergerson would Surreys, Phaetons, (Buggies, &c. ticular. vi au arc lit j icuous. clouds, affrighted, fled away in folds of say when he heard that I was hopping M1SSLICCIE UEAZLEY, Call and see his stock and get his prices which Stanford, Ky. filmy mist. A brisk wind then sprang around in a dress coat and patent leath- are lower than anybodys. If you want a nice set 1 CT k km of harness, a whip or a duster up, Bhaking from the tresses of the trees ers at White Sulpher. Binder Twine for sale. sparkling showers of diamonds, andjwip-in- g In a week from that time he was there from the wet face of the earth the and the evenings would find him deck standing tears. ed out in full evening dress dancing at-:- Early the next morning Mr. Carter tendance on Mrs. Allyn. A cream of tarter baking powCandies, Nuts, Tobacco, Cigars. When the hotel began to fill up and der. Highest of all in leavening started down the road towards Mr. TayMrs. Allyn's time was taken up with lor's. Latest United States strength. A. G. HUFFMAN, Pror. "I'll just go in sight of the house and horse back rides and tennis by day and Headquarters lor almost anything Government Food Report. out G, A nrenar t len turn back," he said, as Jhe picked with dancing and rehearsals for private edHaving taught customers Peyton, t am ot Milk to furnish my with the best EOYAL BAKING POWDER CO., his way along the muddy road. theatricals by night, Mr. Carter began to fiom the purest breeu of you want. When you wantJ.Vfirst-clas- s Suddenly, in the bend of the road, he get bored. 100 Walt Street, New York. met Mrs. Allyn with a basket on her "You look ennuyed of late, you are los- At the prices already established. Milk delivered meal for 25c, call on him. Stanford and Rowland twice day. ing your spirits. What is the matter? in All accounts due at the cud of per days. arm. HOUSE 30 "Well, this is an unexpected pleasure. Are you sighing to get back to Jennie? 1 I will also stand my thoroughbicd Jersey Hull, F. B. RILEY,!Proprletor, I was just going to walk in sight !of ,the didn't think you would tire of me this .F.r St. Kentucky. house to see if it hadn't been washed soon." She said to him one day, during Sin London, Refreshing Bath. Hot or Cold, (Subject to Registry) a promenade on the long portico. I have moved to my new Hotel and am betUr a way." At TWO DOLLARS AND A HALF the season. Stanford, Ky. the public prepared than ever to accommodate A slylifh Hair Trim or Clean Shave, "No, I'm not signing for Jennie," lie "Oh! no, it is still standing, or at least to lo A. O. HUFFMAN. Good Livery attached and every convenience Give me a call. it was a few minutes ago. We've had replied with an effort at a smile, "society Cook & Fnrmor's Bnrbor Shop. FRANK RILKY. an awful rain, enough to have washed it life doesn't suit me It takes up too GENEBAL BEFAIB SHOP. away," sue replied aa she eutited her mucu 01 your time, l nanny ever see you, aud when we are together that popbasket to the opposite side from I'pholittrinc I.ounrts, MattifScs, Rockies injay Howard never fails to interrupt us, Cha irs and all kind ot P.t.W. GUEEN. Proprietor. CRAB ORGHARD and to take you away on some frivolous "But what are you doing out .rz n Furniture Repaired, : : : Kentucky. pretext." Let me have your basket and I'll accomAnd Prices to suit "Djn't be too hard on poor Mr. How- and Varnished.II. C. Rupley't oldthe times. Call pany you, if you do not object." stand opposite meat I am still runninr this Hole! aad "No, you can't go, I'm going to see a ard. It was ordained that he should Strauh's Tin Shod. JOHN T. liLANKENSHIP. will continue to gie my gontt the pnlliasi attenbore somebody and I suppose it was as well as the best the market affords. Main Street, Stanford, Ky. tion poor woman and she's too sick to be predestined that I should be the victim. bothered with company." pecial Attention to the TravelA. S. "But I'll promise not to bother. I will Now you ought not to let him bore me. ing Public. not go in, but will wait at the gate for You ought to Btay by me and prevent QEBBi& Breeder and shipper of SURGEON DENTIST. When you watt a turnout com to nsy you. Is the lady very ill?" Mr. Carter him." Crab QrcVrnM, vy Office over McRobsrts Drug Store In the n Thoroughbred Duroc Red Jersey said, as he took the basket. "But how can I when he comes and Owsley IJuildlng. To the Public: Since Us discovery by Daniel Stanford; Hog3. takes you away under my very eyes?" "She's more starved than sick." Itoonc nearly a century or more ago. the locality Prices to suit the hard times Call or leas order ol Crab Orchard springs has been the Mecca of at the Myers House Orfcce "When he takes me you ought to fol"My! my! that's bad. If you'll permit Pigs from regist:red stoclc for sale, from the best health and pleasure seekers. With Its healing and Illinois. Call and examine my me I'll light a cigar smoking is my low me. You rem 'tuber 1 told you, I e herds in Ohio waters, oronlc aimmphtre and herd or address R. II. Bronaugh, Crab Orchard. It at once affords to the enervated and besetting sin. You walk on and I'll didn't want to come here. I knew how defihtatcd a Hope and a .'anllarlum. Co The vicinity abound with scenes to charm the it would be, but you kuow when we are -- . ..IF VOU ARK GOING overtake you." readr Painter and inspire tne Poet , ylvan walks for tn irom the weary. customers Lover, Putting the basket down, he got out a in Rome, we must do as the Komans do. every the Stanford Factory to cf FIFTY regularlv llilllard ebowend Drue, lorfor the llfht Howling, Or STANFORD, KY., rnornlnj: at the rate R CENTS Halls and But Mr. Howard's time is nearing an PER HUNDRED POUND LOIS and over.and and Hunting Dancing sportsmen. Especialhearted, Is now fully orgsnlied and ready (or business attencigar and lit it, then he fumblea in his lor the witt THE ai 7jc in smaller lots. tion is given to the cuisine. pockets until he found what he was end. Somebody is coming to E. UHEMEll, Stanford Terms moderate. From $J to $ij per week. For Paid up Capital of $200,000. further Information, apply 10 searching for and slyly concealed it in morning, and then Mr. Howard's nose GUS IlOFMANN, Pror. 19 Surplus, . will be unjointed." 000. Crab Orchard, Ky. the basket. MYERS HOUSE (To be continued ) SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL "I've got a crow to pick with you," THOMAS YEAGKB. HANK OF STANFORD, JAMES YKAOER. she remarked to Mr Carter, aa tbey left Now closing up) with the simc assst and undo Those Who ake Posted. Will te t the sick woman's house on their return. you that the finest and healthiest ine same management, & Ily provisions of its chailer, depositors arc as LOUHVIILC 4 NA1HVILIC R. R. " You are not observing professional summer resorts in the northwest are fully protected as aie depoaitora in NatioaaJ p. W. GREEN, Prop. ilanks, stable, liaolc to its shareholders being held individually aud you are interfering with my pa- located along the Wisconsin Central the eitent of the amount of their stock Js the line for you, as its which therein at the par value thereol, is addition to th tients. You thought I would not see Lines, amom; which are Lake Villa, Fox This stable, Myers it run n connection with the Special Kates to Commercial Men, Lake, Antioch, Burlington, Mukwnnago, House, hasjbecn supplied with amount invested in such shares. It may acta that twenty dollar note you put in the Waukesha, Neenah, Waupact, Fifleld, eiecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as STANFORD, an individual. A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, Make close connections at basket." Ashland and Duluth. Tourists and To those who entrusted their bulsincss to us Buggies, wagons, II vou need livrrv ctvr us a call. Nothing but while mnaglntf ih do you know I put it in?" asked pleasure seekers figuring on their next "How Lincoln National Uink ot LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI turnouts ill leave our stable. Sec us Stanford, we we here ter-jur many thanks and summer's vacation should bear this in For all points. Mr. Carter trying to look innocent. Is better than ever for rates. In our nu trust they will continue to transact their business selecting a route drop n prcpaieiruuimcr's Supplira and with mind and before with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenSOLD. nupply the public THROUGH TICKETS "Because it wasn't there when I hahd-- e line to Jaa. C. Poud, General Passenger tion to aame, our twenty years' experience i BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH HARNESS SHOP banking and as liberal accommodations as are UIOS OF.ALL KINDS. the basket to you and it was there Agent of the Wisconsin Central Lines, For any information enquire of You will find a good assortment of Harness, with sound banking. JOES. HICK. Agent, when I emptied the basket. No one at Milwaukee, Wis., aud he will petul Personal and promptattention givento Weddings Saddles, Ac. Have your repairing done by Stanford, Ky Or you maps, time tables and guide books Parties and IiurlaU, DIHKCTOKS: our man he understands his business. We have a Pass. Agent, else could have put it in." W. A. McQUOWN, Trav. mechanic in our P. V. GREEN. J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon : containing valuable information, which Junction City, Ky it must have dropped in when are mailed fne upon application. "Then AL I1URNS, Manager Proprietor S. H. Shanks, Stanford; BLACKSMITH SHOP. I was hunting for a match." J. S. Owsley, Staulord; A. G. Lanhant Cattleman. John B.. work' and satisfactory Will guarantee S J. Kiubry, Stanford A Million Frlendd. "But money can't walk! It was not prices Try our horse ahoer. A J H. Owsley, Stanford;' friend indeed, not lessl Agents for Peering Machines, the lightest draft on top of the things in the basket. It than friend In need Is afound just suchand friend in a one million have machine on earth. J. F. Cash, Stanford; King's New Discovery for Consumption, Dr. was hid under one of the dresses." William Gooch, Slanlord j Coughs and Colds. If you have never used tins Shortest and quickest between "Well, they say money talk's. If it t A. W. Carpenter, MlllcdtfevilU, Ky. Cough Medicine, one trial will convince you that W, H, Cumiuius, I'reacbersville. curative powers can talk I don't see why it can't walk easesitothas wonderfulChest and Lungs. in all dis- the Throat, Kach botH. Shanks, President and hide itself. But admitting that I dels guaranteed to do all that Is claimed-o- mon Dr. J.II. Ow.i-Cashier, refunded. Trial bottles free A. Only Direct Line between put it in the basket, that is not as repre- ey will 'sbedrugstore. Largo bottle. 50c andat$1. K Penny W. M. Ilright, Teller AND Frankfort, Georgetown nnd Paris, hensible as it is for you to be plodJing Oarlislo, Maysvillo, Oynthlana, W. H. Nelson, who through all this mud and water on er- Kinirville, Mo., has so is in the drug business at much confidence in Falmouth and Covington. NATIONAL BANK and Diarrhoea Colic, rands of mercy. Mine was only a pas- that he warrantsCholera bottle and offers to Remedy every re'utnl A ilc for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains OF STANFORD, KY. &OASTLEMAU sive charity, yours is both passive and the money to any customer wto Is not aatisfied af run by Central Stan dard lime. ter using it. Mr. Nelson takes no risk in doing active " , MANAGERS, time laDiojnnc 24, 1694. Is a certain cure for the this because the remedy Capital Stoclc and he No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. "Oh! but I was compelled to come to- diseases tor which it is intended Druggist, knows it. TRAINS EAST. Stanford. For sale br Or. S. G. Mocker. p. p. m. a. m. Commerce Building, Louisville day. I am going away Surplus ......... morn r 00 Leave Franklort A 4 10 7 00 SOLD TO Summit 10 416 Agents throughout the South. 706 Attention of the public is invited to the ing. Got lots of packing and fixing to Buculn'aArnlcn Salvo. fc ALL POINTS: that this is the Only National Hank in Stanford ' -- 711 Hllnorn 4 a! J " do, so I came out this morning to make Switier The best salve In the world tor cuts, bruisest 4 aS 40 718 Under the provisions of the National Hank Act a 00 38 OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, ulcers, salt rheum, fever 438 depositors are secured not only by the capital W. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agont, some provision for this sick lady before I tores,hands, chilblains, corns sores,alltetter, chap- '" Stamping Ground.7734 a 10 and skin erupDuvall ped stock, but bv the stockholders1 liability lor ao 444 a ao " Johnson tions. It positively cures piles, or uo pay requir 4 jo .7 40 WISCONSIN, amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol left." STANFORD, KY. " Georgetown,....!! ...7 46 4 57 3J ed. It is guaranteca to irive perfect satisfaction this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. " ('. S. Depot "Going away? where to?" or. money refunded. S 03 7 55 rrico j cents per boa. 300 Five sworn statements oftnecondition of MISSOURI, KANSAS, " Newton 80S For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. are made each yearto the United Sutes the bank .so 313 governPortland. "I'm going to join my folks San Francisco " Centreville 816 3 3? 321 ment and its assets are eaamined at stated times 8 aa " NEBRASKA, COLORADO, Elizabeth 3 43 3 25 by government agents, thus securing addititoaa Tney will be on the train going to Big Succeases. Four 8 30 C Arrive Pans 3 3S 400 and perfect safety to depositors. Having the needed merit to more than make White Sulphur." This institution, originally established as th A ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, gont' all the advertising claimed for them, the Deposit Hank of Stanfordin 1838, then "Isn't this very sudden? Why do four remedies have reached a phenomenal TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. 8 No. la ised at the National Hank ol Stanford in iSi and TEXAS, Dr King's new a. tn. p in. a. rn 4 40 they go so early? I thought the heightb sale. Coughs aud Colds, uiscouery, lor consump Lve Paris ..C again as the First National liank ot each bottle guaranteedtion, J,. 1000 603 443 Staulord in iS82, has had practically an uninterVIA Klectnc Jlitlers, the great remedy ior i.iver aiorn- Arr Elizabeth of the season was in July and August." 6tc. .1010 331 rupted existence of ia years. It Is better supplied S0UTH-WEE WEST, aeh and Kldnevs. Burklen's Arnica Salve, the 6 19 Centreville ..10 14 now with facilities for transacting business prompt "Yes it is a little sudden, but my folks best in the world, and Dr. King's New Lire Pills, Arr Newtown 6 a; Arr io aa 540 ly and liberally than ever before in Its long and which are a perfect pill All these remedies am ArrC, S. Depot.,....-- g 31 600 641 FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduconcluded to go early and rest up before guaranteed to do just what is claimed for them Arr Georgetown U 643 1037 747 ciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully solic- AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. attached herewith 800 the crowd assembles, so they wrote me and the dealer whose name is them. Sold at A Arr Johnson- 651 1147 wj.l beglad to tell you more of 8 10 6 7 -- 10 .t Arr Duvall Tht Directory of this Dank is composed ol to join them THE BEST ROUTE TO THE R. Penny's Drujf Store. 8 ArrStamn'g Ground 11 co jot S to g)) tCUISVIUt,Ml.AlBAHf 1 CHICACOllt Forestua Reid, Lincoln county; ...11 10 7 13 .Arr Swltzer 30 "Well, what's going to become of me Last lune Dick Crawford brought hti 12'months Arr Elkhorn S. T. Harris, Lincoln; is 17 730 905 Semi-Weekly Interior Jourm THECROWNLESS . Post-Oilie- r. II. PEYTON, 3 OH S PAGES. FRIDAY. - ) J. llus-totivll- le Cham-berlaiti'- L.H.ADAMS, of ij-l- ,.- ;t. j. benedict, PENNY awk-war- Dentist. Blue-Gra- ss Ves-ttbul- n Higgins & Watts, Stanford, . Blue-Gra- ss R. Zimmer, All Groceries, Do- Kinds of Coal. 'm D. S. CARPENTER, Respectfully Invited. y 1 Fancy Bakincr Foreign and Jrowaer Pure Jersey Dairy. mestic Fruits, Jersey Cows, fire of THE RILEY Lambert, R. ZIMMER. d. r. Tho Myers House, n to-da- . s.-- 32 Stanford, 35-i- H. H. Broxntugh., PRICE, mwwHSRa SEASONOF 1884 home-lik- first-clas- s LIVERY STABLE. ICE, ICE. Farmers Bank&Trnst NORTH WEST, jl LIYERY STABI.X n VEAGER YEAGER, eli-quet- m,i m s mira Double Dally Trains well-know- first-clas- 1 FIRST-CLAS- S cos-tiste- llrl-dle- s, first-clas- s ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. Ky. Midland J TKy, Kft-a- Rsurance Company Cincinnati and Frankfort NORFOLK RAILROAD. y, Cam-berlaio- 'a BAKBEE WESTERN FIRST TICKETS 111. 1 ;;- 8200,000 21,300 1 World's Fair Record. fol-w- CHICAGO an - t?QB,TH-WES- T, S1 -- care of you." r ' RUNNING S.H, - DINING - CARS. WRI1E TO y. t rV, t X BACON, D. P. A.. K. LgjisviUc, K y, J. REED, Chicago, III, G. PA St. Paul. Denver. "No, don't bother Jennie but try to console ber in my absence." She looked up to bob how Mr. Carter was taking it. His face was dark and gloomy and he was nervously stroking bis moustache. "I don't want to go one bit. I'll have old child, suffering from inlantile diarrhoea, to die. It had been weaned at lour months old and er meing sickly everything ran through it like through a sieve. I gave it the usual treatment tn such caserbut without benefit. The child kept growing thinner until it weighed but little more than wnen born, or perhaps 10 pounds. I then started the father to giving Cnamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Iitfore one bottle ol the 15 cent sise had been used, a marked improvement was seen and its c.ntinued use cured the child. Its weakness and puny constitution disappeared and It father and myielf believe the the child's lire was laved by this Remedy. J. T. Marlow, M, D Tamaroa, ill. For sale by Dr. S. G. Hocker, Druggist, Stanford. wa-b- Arr Summit Arr FrankfortA D C connects with K. C. SUNDAY TRAINS. Leave Franklort 0 00 a. m : Georgetown . to 00 a. " . 1. r m i.ve oeorgctown 1037; arrive, rrankioit 11 30 m 726 1123 9 15 11 30 7 33 9 23 A connects with L, A N. fi connects with Q. & C. and L. S. The Kentucky Midland Kalwayand connec tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all points South, East, North and West For further information apply to their agents. C. P. DERCAW, Gen Pass. Agent. GEO. 0. HARPER, Gen. Supi O, A. Ltckey, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; SLEEPINO AND DINING CaRI S.H, Baughman,Lincoln; J. S. Hocker. Stanford; SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; MORFOLMWESTERN RAILROAI M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford. CHEAPEST, BEST ANO QUICKEST LINE. K. L. Tanner, McKinney; Matw, Deicriptlv Write for Rates, M.J.Miller. Mt. Vernon. 'ainphlcts, to any Station Agent, or to J S. Hocker, President; M. f. BRAGG. BCVILL, ALIEN HULL, W. B. John J. McRoberti,Cash!tr; t. I1, Trx.ll.e faw. If A. A. McKtuney, Assistant Cashier. liimokr. vs. inn nis, o. lumuko. 'ULLMAN VESTIBULED COACHES, TIme-TableWa'll'iu-rafrrilr- NORTH AND EAST. l'wnr ll. yt. .a . , . j,i j.fctr w'. 1 !. -, , :aJ?l A ft J.A.