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AUGUST 3. 1894. tombstones silent and gray dimly seen in j tho blue glare of the electric light and, wonder if aught disturbs their dreamless Blumber. But then Boston wouldn't bo Boston without theso crave yards, they being one of the features of the place, making it different from any other city in tho country. IcoNCLunsn next issue.) LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. NO. 44 M V Hou. 0. W. Lester went to Frank-(oTuesday. Soveral of our citizena nro preparing totnko tlio bonelit of tlio low ratefl ami go to see- Niagara FallsJoo Leo, coloruri, ami Thomas Golden, white, were nlven 30 days by Judce Stinsou last Saturday for petit larceny. Miss Gertrude Lester entertained n number of her friends last Thursday evening in honor of Miss Young, of Atlanta, Ga. Williamsburg is without n marshal now and everything moves along so nicely, wo don't think our city council will find it necessary to elect a now one. The Whitley County Bible Society will hold Its auuual meeting next Sunday evenlug at tlio Christian church. Dr. S. G. Savage, of Winchester, will bo present. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Denhatn, Col. Thomas O'Mara and daughter, Miss Anna, Masters Walter nnd Sam Deuham and Mr. Beaufort, of Gothsemne, who has beeu visiting Mr. Denham, Bpent Saturday and Sunday at Cumberland Falls. A party was given by the young people of thu town at the homo of Miss Tutt in South Williamsburg last Tuesday eveuing ill honor of tho young ladies, . who aro visiting here. Nearly all of tho young people of tho town wore present nnd everyone spent a most delightful evening. Dr. W. II. Parker has been appointed on tho board ol pension examiners, Mrs. J. L. Gentry has returned from Oliver Springs where she has been spending her summer vacation. Miss May Craig is visiting her parents In Laurel county. II. 0. King Is visiting his grandparents in Virginia. Hon. D. U. Colson was hero last week looking after his interests In tho Congresiional race. He says ho will be n candtdato if he can got a primary election, but will not go iuto a convention. There will bo a meeting of tho county chairmen at London, Aug. 10th, for the purpose of deciding how tho candidate shall bo chosen. It is understood that White and Adams both favor n convention. Tho republican candidates opened up tho campaign Monday at Pleasant View,.whero a large crowd assembled to hear tho speaking, drink whisky and have a generally good time. Kvorythlug passed oil" quietly until about 2 o'clock, when Kwoll Siler and Jeff Woods ini;aLid in a difficulty over a law suit now pending in tho circuit court hero in which Woods Is a witness ogainst Slier. Slier cut Woods seven times with a knife, but it Is now thought that ho will soon recover, as none of them reached tho hollow. Slier and Woods are both prosperous farmers of tho county. K. McKeen was in Knoxville last week. W. I McCarty, of Lincoln, was hero lost week visltiug his mother. MiBS Mamie Householder, of Middlesboro, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Win. Jones. Misses Kdna and America Moss, of Pine-vlllaro visiting their uncle, Dr. K. S. Moss. Mrs. Collins, of Hustonville, who has been visiting at Col. O'Mara's returned homo last Thursday. Mrs. J. D. Adkins has returned fromCampbellsyillo, where sho has been visiting hor relatives for several weeks. Miss Miller, of Greenfield, 0., is visiting Mrs. Prof. Jones, her sister. Elder J. E. Terry is in Montgomery his old home for a few days. Mrs. J, W. Sullivan is nt homo ofteran extended visit to Middlesboro. Mrs. Cunis Gatliu" has gone to Ashoville, N. C. Misses Nell Freeman and Ann Finley left Monday for Keels Station In Knox county. - Interesting Letter From Dorothy DorMr. George Faria and family have chester. moved into their new residence on RichHoston, July 30. "See Home and die" mond Ave. is a saying wo are all familiar with; tho Tho railroads have raised tho rate to 10, 1894. average Hostoninn would say, "Seo Ilos. the Washington K. I. encampment to Thirty Professors and Instructors; Nine Courses of Study, as folton and die!"; thoy think thero is only Slo nnd the local Knights are raising a lows: Agricultural, Scientific, Biological, Chemical, Civil Engineerone Boston and this would bo a wretchhowl. edly poor, misnrnblo world without this The Hemphill store house has re- ing, Mechanical Engineering, Veterinary, Classical, Normal School. COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. "Hub of tho Universe. ' And it is of all ceived a new coat of paint and looks like BRODHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. American cities, tho most interesting a circus poster. Yellow, green, white Board in dormitories S2.25 per week; in private families S3. 50 to 4.00. Bro. A. J. Piko iiad a very fino cow and from an historical point ot view. There in fact all the colors of the rainbow For Catalogues apply to is an air of culture and refinement about killed by the train it few days ago. represented. JAS. K. PATTERSON, Ph. D., President, There will be a praise meeting at tho city ob indescribable as it is undeMiss Katie Landram, who has been Lexington, Ky. niable, born of puritanical, oven severe Gum Sulphur next Sunday. All are in- visiting friends in Muncie. Ind., was to attend. lives of her people. Ono breathes mor- vited married to Mr. Charles K. McLugin in The public school will beitin at our Cincinnati last Saturday. Mr. McLugin ality In Boston; things tolerated, smiled the Oth. Mrs. Mottie Car is engaged in the drug business at Albaupon in more cosmopolitan Now York are immediately frowned down in Bos- ter and J. F. Watson have been employ- ny, Ind. They are visiting the bride's ton. Another thing which always strikes ed as teachers. parents here and will return to Albany Mrs. Harriet Adams, of Cleveland, J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. a stranger within the gates of this city, next week. Is tho extrwnely narrow, crowded streets 0., epent two nights hero last week, lecWe have had the pleasure of a visit 4, 1894. in tho business part of tho town; only turing on the temperance cause and or- through the green house and (lower one thing will bo found narrower and ganizing a W. 0. T. U. gardens of Miss Fannie Bishop. Her Full corpi of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music laasl boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. Miss K. L. Yeaky has gone to Cor-bithat is the minds and opinions ot the stock of flowers and plauts is an unusu- Ari. Excellent to do some millinery work for tho ally large one for a Bostonians. town of this size. We They have a vague idea that it is an good people of that town. Mr. J. B. can't Bee why it is that people order awful fate to have been born anywhere, Pike, of Pine Hill, was here last Sunday. bouquets and cut ilowers from the city Mr. George E. Pointer and Mrs. W. but Boston, and of all dire calamities to when there Is such an enterprise as Hub have opened your eyes to light of this II. Colyer were notified by telegram that at home. world in tho South or West is tho worst. their sister, who lives at Cincinnati, 0., MIbs Delia Hughes is visiting relaWhen you hurriedly announce the fact was thought to be dying, aud they both tives in Hustonville. Mr. Bruns De that your home is In "tho wild and wooly took the uoon train for that city. Yalcourt, o( Chicago, is the guest of his Complete Line Lowest Prices. The democratic convention held at West," they aro disappointed, that your aunt, Mrs. D. M. Lackey. Mr. J. T. costume does not consist of a blanket, in- Mt. Vernon last Saturday nominated who ranks in Class 1 of the railway stead of your love of a Paris hat, feath- Mr. George Fish as their candidate for mail clerks, is here on a visit to his Examine our Elegant Line of ers for head dress, tomahawks and six county judge and we hope that all the mother. Miss Mary and Georgia Miller good people of this county, who feel an shooters in lieu of fan and pnrasol. May Hughes are visiting Mrs. Roband Joking aside an educated, well govern- interest in tho welfare of this county, ert Hughes and attending tho Lawrence-bured, well itowned woman from either the will come up and help us elect a good fair. Mr. and Mre. Dr. Joe Rogers Writing Tablets, Ladies' Correspondence Paper and Envelopes, VisWest or tho South is a revelation to Bos- man for that high ollice. are visiting at Mrs. Pattie Gill's. Dr. W. Mr. Thomas Cherry and wife were iting Cards, &c. tonians. Wo can forglvo them for their S. Elkin and wife, of Atlanta, are the at Rowland last week. J. L. Carson, pride in their city, for it is very beautiguests of Mies Jennie Duncan. ful, not the beauty of tho mushroom who has been here for a few months, The concert at the last towns of the far West, but solid substan- working in tho interest of the Davis Monday evening was attended by a large Stanford, Ky. Sewing Machine Company and whoso tial business houses, well paved, cleanly home is at Forest City, N. 0 , was sum- and cultivated audience and all were de swept streets, and well it would take a lighted with the performance. The overcleverer pen than mine to tell of block moned home last Monday to attend tho ture, "Elks' Reception," was a splendid MY STOCK OF- after block of magnificent residences on burial of his sister. Miss Jennie Payne piece of instrumentation and under the either side of Commonwealth Avenue, of Crab Orchard, has been visiting Mrs direction of Mr. Homer Bitson, princiDr. J. M. Clark this week. Miss Lizzie houses of millionaires whose bank acpal violinist, won well merited applauee. counts are only oxceeded in length by Uerrou, Mrs. Dr. J. M. Clark, E. Walden, Mr. Batson is master of the king of inof ancestry, apartment Miss Pearl Xowland, J. L. Carson and their lines struments and ranks with the best in houses which beggar description, the Ittchnrd Piko all went to Green Briar the profession. The vocal solos of Miss cheapest fiat, excuse me, apartment, Springs last Saturday. ChastlneMacGregor weresuperband the renting for $2,400 per year, consisting ovation Bhe received was complete. Her Korea, China and Japajc. The badTablets, &c, is very large and perhaps of seven or nino rooms. Steam ness of Korea appears to be the cause ot voiced showed the highest culture and heat, gas and electric lights, attendants the trouble between Japan aud China. her brilliant cadenzas and trills called in livery. The Charlesgate, in the fashTho nominal ruler of Korea is unable to forth unstinted applause. Miss Lula ionable Back Bay, is I believe is one ot maintain order in his country. There Batson's instrumental performances and the handsomest ot theso houses. have been frequent uprisings, which Bongs were as charming as they were Brookline Is the richest suburb in the have seriously disturbed not only the wonderful; her "Paraphrase de Concert, world. Time and space forbid a descripCall and See Us. business interests of the country, but Old Black Joe," by Kimbel, being a martion, besides my stock of qualifying 'ad those of Japan, which has extensive trade vel of execution that delighted the audi Jotl ves is running low. There aro dozens with her. Indeed, nearly the whole ence and called forth a well merited enof small towns clustered around Boston. banking and monetary system of Korea core. The recitations by Messrs. Martin Cambridge, where Harvard College is is under Japanese auspices. China dom- D. Hardin and Casey M. Owsley were ALl MY- situated, the finest school in America, s and received abundant apinates the rulllng powers of Korea, and second to none in the old world; the Japan controls the trade. Both China plause. birth place of Oliver Wendell Holmes and Japan have heretofore gone to the MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. James Kussell Lowell, Longfellow and rescue when the internal troubles of Hawthorne. Charlestown has the faSeventeen years ago, Aug. 1st, the Korea have been beyond the power of mous navy yard and Bunker Hill moncountry to control. Under a treaty agent and operator at this station was July and January and without any exception those whose accounts that ument. made in 1SS5 China aud Japan agreed to installed here by Hon. W. T. Knott, of are six months past due Boston without Bunker Hill monukeep their armed forces out of the troub- Lebanon. ment would be like a cake without sugar. July 29, 50 years ago Dr. Scarbrough, lesome peninsula, but Japan has so One cau't help but feel awed by this now a citizen of this county, heard a much material interest there, and the immense shaft ot granite towering 221 conditions of the country were so pre- great speech made by Henry Clay, of feet in the air. Tho corner-stonlaid by Kolla, X. C. Gen. Lafayette; the oration delivered by carious, that she found it necessary to Fritz Krueger is on trial to day, Do not be surprised at seeing it on your account and do not ask me bo in fighting trim all the time. Hence Daniel Webster. Thursday, charged with having fired to deduct it. the recentshootiug. It is intimated, too, Close your eyes for a moment and drop will uuify four shots at another German named back lit) years, see those stern faced old that Japan wants a war that people at home. The rapid acquire- Lichleiter, a few nights since. heroes of tho revolution right on this her It appears that some of our repub ment of Western civilization has not very spot fighting, fighting for liberty been without heavy expense, and tho lican friends are anxious for their candiand for lifo. The cycles of time rolled payers are reported to bo rebellions. date for county judge to withdraw from by and dropped into oblivious sea, again tix tho race but the prospects are that he the march of troops and boom of canThe lilackwoll, 0. T., Eagle states that will run from "eend to eend." nons echoed o'er the land. It is brother Some are prone to grumble on acagainst brother now, and tho old monu- our former county man, Mr. W. was elected one of tbo directors count of large purchases of tools for ment stood a silent reproach to tho tons of tho Farmers and Merchants Bank county road working purposes. Let the Because my friends trade with me, for which I appreciate and thank of America fighting to tho death like go on, more tools better roads thero and says of him: "Although not good work them veiy much. I don't know a better way to get your trade than mad men. and if some of the implements are used personally known to many of our citito get But peace, white winged and pure, Thosk Who akk Postbd. Will tol for other purposes it is no loss to the you that tho finest ami healthiest reigns supremo over our fuir country to zens, is known to be a worthy citizen of general public. G-003D- S summer resorts in tho northwest aro day. Tho wars of 1775 and IStJl are but Kentucky, and is largely interested in Mr. Milton HUtt is improving. Dr. located nlong tho Wisconsin Central things to talk of, Bnd the wholesale paint and oil business nt as Charles Summer Lines, among which are Lake Villa, Fox Louisville, Ky. Ilia abundant finan- Peyton was here a few days Biuce. Judge For you to select from. Lake, Antioch, Burlington, Mukwnnago, says, "let tho bugles sound tho truco of cial resources makes him an invaluable Alcorn was with us Tuesday. Mr. and Waupaca, Fiflold. God to tho whole world forov-jr.- " Waukesha, Neenuh, There Mrs. Hugh Miller are visiting relatives Ashland and Duluth. Tourists and you've dreamed enough, come back to member of tho board of directors. Tho vicinity are in Garrard. Dr. Maples, a female physeekers figuring on their next Fin do Sieclo Boston well and pleasure and those steps in citizens of Black summer's vacation should boar this In congratulated upon having a gen- sician, was here from East Bernstadt, A nice line of Dry Goods, Notions, Straw Hats, Caps, Fans, Necka Bunker Hill monument. Oh, girls I to be mind and boforu selecting a ronto tleman of Mr. Brook's high standing and Wednesday. Mrs. AdBms, a lecturer, wear, Suspenders, Ladies' Vests, Corsets, Hose and Shoes. French lino to Jas. 0. Pond, General Passenger pray when you climb to tho top of tho L. T. Cadies, Cakes, Bananas, Nice Fresh Butter on Ice and Groceries at was here three days this wpek. Agent of tho Wisconsin Central Lines, monument wear loose stays and old abundant capital connected with an in- and A. W. Stewart were in from Wildie, Low figures for Cash. and ho will send ot Milwaukee, Wis., Tuesday. shoes; withal you'll feel the next morn- stitution in our city." you maps, time tables and guide books extra freight A heavy double-heade- d containing valuable information, which ing as though you had been found on a The railroads of the United States bargain counter, and patriotism will bo train broko into three pieces near Danaro mallod free upon application. carry in a year 600,000,000 passengers and at low ebb. ville Monday night, the second section transport SOO.000,000 tons of freight. In all Persia there aro only 20 miles The public gardens are noted for their running down grade for a inilo or more M . of railroad. "I know an old soldier who had chronic beautiful Ilowers; 1S.000 geraniums alone and striking the tail end with terrific m r lon standing to hae been permanently having been planted there this summer. force, destroying live cars loaded with cured by taking Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Bucciln'aArnloa Salve. Diarrhoea Remedy.'" says Edward Shumpik, a lor Th belt slve In the world sores, cuts, bruistss Hydran gas, roses, palms, ferns, cactus tobacco, wheat and furniture and blockprominent drugclst ol Minneapolis, Minn "I chip-Msalt rheum, fever fetter, this city lor seven have sold the and", chllbUins, corn, and all ertip. and other tropical plants in great pro- ading travel 12 hours. There were no and consider itremedy in to any other medicineyears now superior Ron. It positively cures piUi, or no PT fusion, with statues, fountains and lakes persons injured, but the railroad sus- on the market forbowel complaints." 25 and 50c perfect satlifactioa Tiruaranued to bottles of this remedy for sale by Ur. S. G. Hock-eSrmoVey refunded, rfiee .5 cents per box. make it a lovely "breathing spot" right tained a loss of several thousand dollars. Druggist, Stanford, Kv. Ky. For ia le Sy A. R. Penny, Sunlord. in the heart of the city. Two young burglars, John Willis Kenneth Paiemore The Commons with towering trees and and Jas. Griffin, who broke into the ceive a small bottle of had the good fortune to reGuaranteed Cure. Cnamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy when three memadvertised JruKsist to sell you imposing statues, our then tho glittering store of W. 0. Newell, of Bronslon, last bers of hit family were sick with dvsentery. This We i?in."s New Discovery for Consumptiun, dome of tho State House. n WHAT DOES IT MEAN? And ceme- week, were arrested near Burksvillo, on one small bottle cured them all ana he had some Cold., upon thi condition: if you prominent ?.. SiHcted with a Cough, Cold or any Luiic, teries with tombstones like exclamation the Cumberland river, with their boat left hich cfhe gave to Ceo. W. Ilaker, a and curit the place, Lewiston, N. C, merchant ItrKtni thithQnm in4 Crifnt HouU Is It mllii ihfrtMl Trouble andwillu.ethi.remedy t When Wtffeca Cincinnati ani Lviinrtval iStulUs shortest Cinrinntl inorWJt inroajorvu Wing It a fair trial and points right on Tremont, there as though full of plunder. They were brought to ed him of the same complaint. or choler?troubled milt shorten I'iatlaaall to .New Orlein.; Jos mil.s morbus with dysentery, diarrhoea, colic acc0rir no .benefit, "eulllfed.return the battle "to point a moral or adorn a Horlii. CincianUWChtUaogi.AtUut4..rjMliooTUlt. expennce We could not tale." Time Somerset and lodged in jail. Both have give this remedy a trial and you will be more than pleased with the result. The praise that natuial-l- y not know that Dr King. stained stones bearing dates as far w shfiof?? l?wS SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS back done time in the penitentiary. upon. It never follows its Introduction anu us has made it veOl.covey could be relied at A, R. Penny . as 1CG0. Unique, yes, New for Vl bottle, free express ry popular. a and 50 cent bottle Ky. sale by Dr. this having ante rial Diplomats at Washington l t'.ween all of the aW. pol. Thronsh rinelanaU krtmrjt in I ShrtTs-,dUappo to knillU ml Stanford, Onlr llu running tbrearh curs deluvlan burying Rrounds in the busi- the opinion that the Japanese were guil- S. G. Hocker, Druggist, r an.l Mlco tU N.w 'r drugstore. Large ilieaoc and i. jltLeVill.. .V. V. Direct line to T. nt tUat tours to rtlfurel. From Iwul.till. vU .Shreteport. Alk disease roembling ness part of a city. But to my mind ty of a serious mistake in sinking the My boy was tiken with a n.l Lriceunr. dlmt connectluu is taaJd it I.xincWa hheltiTTllU for Headache. Ouro thing I thought of was vim ts.UluUi tutu to all iwtau Svuth. yy q nlNEABsoX. uncanny and grewsome even if they transport Kow Shing, and one which bloody tlux. The first Cholera and Diarrhoea Chamberlain's Colic, A. a remedy for all form, of "Jchei,Ki of it Two Ota'l l'ass'l Ageat, CiaciaaVJ, 0. have occupied their resting places for a will cost the Japanese government dear- Remedy. sound doses well. aettled the matter and I hoartily recommend and .permanent cure ana cured him W. urg9 , ck hVrH&dto Oftimes when rush-in- g ly. The vessel was under the British this remedy to all persons suffering from a like a bottle and give couple of centuries. QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. I will answer any Inquuies regarding all ?W!iliP ii cure, ol habitual the cie with the pushing, hustling, jostling flag and as war had notbeen declared, it complaint. it when stamp is enclosed. I reler to any county UctVlc1 Uitter. by giving J. cases lens re- - throng up the street or cotsing from the is held the traffic she was engaged in official at to my leliability. Wm. Koach, sale P., by l'runroy, Campbell county, Tenn. For Druggist, Stanford, Ky, theatres at night, I look at those old was legitimate. Dr. S. G. Hocker, State Collegeo&Kentucky Opens September I schooi-houB- e, Stanford Female College. Next Session Begins Tuesday, Sep. n School Books and School Supplies, New School Tablets and Slates. Ea-so- n, g STATIONERY -- I court-hous- e W. B. McROBERTS, DRUGGIST, FINE PAPERS, SCHOOL BOOKS. Our Prices Can Hot Be Duplicated. A. B. FSITXT7. Druggist. -- be-p- first-clas- Accounts : Are : Due ! e, e Will be Charged Interest K. J. McROBERTS. I MEET WITH SUCCESS. WHY? ZTIEIE I I HAVE JUST RECEIVED J. C. FLORENCE. " dUr-rhoca- m d" r fc 17 r, 109 23 90 '1 -- Bti-- nl li n. " rt. ,, con-'Vtl- J i. jt.vrttiitf-.JtJ- : '...- - .3KigS?sJb& "a-- 4g &t ;i2- - yi iTiTrj ' J .' I J t - V. I I ' - ! t h tc H l r, ? - f I .J i i i it H H t.t n I - Kentucky paid $25,000,000 internal the utier indifference of the teachers. Cliveland makes oven his enemies) MABAakBan .).! Adjourned to 8:30, Wednesday, Aug. 1. IUO 4MAM l..l nuosm praise him. Senator Hill, who at heart I 1UVUUUU UUJ1UK ill. JCl juok AlfUAfl WEDNESDAY A. M. Tom Forbes, of Mercer county, took hates him worse than the devil does holy Met pursuant to an adjournment. Led water, eaid of him in hia speech before hip father's horse and buggy to Lexing August 3, 1894 Stanford, Kv., the Senate: "I have known Mr. Glove tin and aold them for $25 and waa arrest in to tho Throne of Grace by N. W. land long and well, and whatever may ed. Ho ia only 23 yeara old, and ha8 Hughes. Singing by many of the mem have been our differences, one thing I served two terms in tho penitentiary, bers. Proceeded to btiBineaa by resumVV. P. WALTON. know well of him; he considers public which will causo htm to bo sent up for ing yesterday's work. Grammar wos questions slowly, deliberately, honestly, lifo if ho is convicted of this last offenso taken in regular order and subject openDEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. He has been a very bad boy ovor since ed by Mr. Dyo. Tho teachera seemed to sincerely." Every piece of merchandise noes to a smaller price. The work of bo afraid of tho subject until handled by ho waa 12 years old. .. JAS. B. M'CRE.VItY FOR CONGRESS, NEWSY NOTES. tue conductor, when they were some- clearing out the summer goods progresses. This week a greater mo In a desperato battle between tho what relieved. Composition being call- mentum will be forced. For County Judge JAS. WALKER GIVENS A1G. Field's ministrels will be in fleets of China and Japan, tho Chinese Further . G. n. COOPER Clerk and tho warship Chon. ed, all assignments on tho matter wore were defeated n. PAXTON Lexington, Aug. 25. ' Attorney- J. Yuen, one of tho two most powerful ves- promptly answered and tho same was T. D. N'EWLAND Sheriff. Debs Bays ho will nover bo connectE. D. KENNEDY sel of tho Chineso navy, waa sunk with left with tho conductor. Adjourned to Attestor ed with another strike. 1:30 i. m. G. V. DEBORD Jailer Lumber to tho value of 1500,000 was nparlv all on board. 1.000 or more. Two i'. it. tleet were other cruisers of tho Chineso burned at Minneapolis. Opened on time I y having music from captured or destroyed, and tho losses Judge Jos. Holt, of Kentucky, one of United States fish commissioners are Uhj Institute, Miss Geor- The list which follows shows some of the places where, the price is tho were great. Tho Chineso wore outfought gia members of the last conspicuous actors in the trage- hatching 50,000,000 lobster eggs. Lowis at organ. History being tho cut the deepest. There's where the throngs will be. Fall in line dy of the assassination of President LinSavada, a New York lion tamer, was at all points by tho enemy. of subject, it was introduced by T. W. and help yourself. Senator Butler and Gov. Tillman, coln and tho trial and execution of the frightfully maimed by one of his pets. belliger- Jones; discussed by Holmes, Brougb, assassins, died in Washington Wednes L. R. Lucas died at Springfield, O., South Carolina, continue their Thomaa and tho conductor, who presentday, aded So. Ho was judge advocate from the effects of tho bito of a mad cat. ent joint campaign, After a meeting at ed quite an interesting outline, which Mahala Long, aged 10, la under ar Union thoy met on a train and engaged was pregnant with very valuable knowlgeneral at the time of the assassination, pros- rest at Mt. 'Gilead, O., charged with in a heated controversy, in which tho lio edge. and as such conducted the military Physiology coming next in order, was given reckless1, personal epithets ecution against Mrs. Surratt and others, arson. and hints of n it was introduced by N. W. Hughes and Black Hose reduced from A caek of gold worth $50,000 has were hurled at each other afterwards hanged. The criticisms on ioc to 5c, Fancy Hose from 20c to 10c, finally discussed by Miss Thurman. At this his prosecution of Mrs. Surratt and his been stolen en route from New York to duel were thrown out. Thoy were point Dr. O'Bannon was introduced, who 25c to 15c. Ladies' Handkerchiefs; Swiss Embroidered worth 25c, calmed down by tho conductor, and went efforts against her pardon drove him in- - Paris. proceeded to discuss Hygiene, also the reduced to ioc. Men's Handkerchiefs, fancy border, reduced from on to fill their noxt joint appointment. to retirement and many atones are told After an earthquake in Southern eye, which waa quite interesting. Ad 20 to Tho increasing importance of tho ioc. Silk finished Suspenders worth 25c reduced to ioc, silk haunting his California a blue ball of fire Bped across of ghosts and goblins journed until 8:30 Thursday. militia for quelling internal disturbances nights to avenge the part he took against tho sky. Wednesday afternoon, tho very dig finished with wirc;bucklc, worth 35c, reduced to 15c. case of war woman. He was born in BreckinKate Riley, a noted of and ita potential strength in he nified Mr. Holmea waa seen running ridge county, this State, and during his Cincinnati, ia dead. She began her ca- has lead Gen. Curtis, of New York, to wildly about in a neighbor's yard. Be offer a bill in Congress that the militia long life held many offices of trust and reer in Louisville. citizen be- ing a littlo curious to know what was the consist of every patents honor. He was commissioner of California Japs offer to raise 10,000 organi- matter, wo found that ho waa chasing a under Buchanan, who afterwards made men and sail to their country's rescue tween tho ages of IS and 45, tho aa tho National specimen of tho genus fells to count ita zation to be known him postmaster general. On the retire- whenever called upon. Men's fine Percale, with LaundcredCollars and Cuffs attached, worth unorganiz- claws. Pretty Boon tho cat went over ment of Uohn B. Floyd, he was given . Wm. and Frank Scott, brothers, were Guard of the States, and the the fence and at the same timo a lignum Si, and $1.25, reduced to 75c. incharge of the war department and after- banged at Canton, Miss., for murdering ed as the teserve militia, to be called paeaod over tho young man's to action by the president, when ho vita amile wards served as judge advocate general. a witness against them. FINE CLOTHING for hot weather, men's summer coats, worth face and he went home a "sadder if necessary. He waa an eminent lawyer and for yeara The strike commission appointed by deems it a wiser man." He came to the con- Si, reduced to 50c. Men's 51.50 thin ccats and vests go at Si.' not the rival of S. S. Prentiss. President Cleveland will begin its invesclusion that tho animal had about ten Men's thin alpaca coats and vests, worth FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. $2, reduced to Si. 75. tigation at Chicago Aug. 15. claws on each foot, each touched with The Iowa democrats in convention, Lexington's canning factory is givacreage is estimated at fire. The cotton which nominated a State ticket, gave no ing employment to 50 hands. Thoy aro 21,000,000 acres. THUR8IUY A.M. uncertain sound on the tariff question. putting up 3,000 cans of blackberriea daiOpened on time. Music by the mem John Cook sold to Yeager & Yeager They commend the letter of President ly. bers, Miss Nora Phillips at the organ. a gelding for $75. Cleveland to Mr. Wilson and demand Returned to some work of yesterday 500 pairs, all solid leather, fine shoes, nicely finished, The first hanging in 50 yeara occurWilliam Dodd bought of Samuel 7 to 13, will that the democratic pledges made in the red at Norfolk, Vs., on tho 31, when Mad- May, of Casey, a gelding for $100. which had been laid over. Grading waa goat Si, worth double the money. Ladies' Oxfords reduced from National platform be carried out in good ison Brown, a negro, was hung for murGeorge W. Baker bought of John tho matter on hand and discussed by faith. Ex Gov. Boies electrified his der. Men's Pants worth S2 and 52:25, reduced Misses Kay, Blaine and Messrs. Dalton, Si to 65c, Si. 25 to 75c. steers at $9. Anderson three hearers with a ringing Bpeech, in which Men's Suits $j and SS, reduced to S5 and S5.50, Instead of going to Washington, the The receipt of live stock at Chica- Collier and continued by the conductor. to Si and he characterized those who are willing Uniform Rank K. of P. of Somerset, as go Monday was 97,000 head, tho largest Misa Helen Thurmond presented her- Si- - and 15.00 reduced to S 10. 300 pairs Ladies' Bongola Patent to retrace a single step from the position contemplated, will go into camp at Cumself for enrollment and was welcomed to ever known. Leather Tip Shoes, Heels and Spring Heels, from iy3 to 7, just reassumed in 1S92, who would surren- berland Falls. Corn jumped up three and wheat the fold. der an iota of tho principle for which we ceived, brand new stock, will go this weekatr); worth Si. 50. Mrs. J. M. Hubbard and Prof. W. C. Mayo College, tho leading educationtwo cents at Chicago, Monday, but recedthen fought and won, as unworthy of al institution of North Texas, at Cooper, ed to tho opening figure. Grinstead were welcomed with much the name of democrats and ought to sail Delta county, was destroyed by fire. A Bix aero field near Newark, O , kind feeling on the part of the Institute under their proper colors in the repnb-lica- Loss, 1100,000. produced 291 bushels of wheat, or near and requested to take part in the proranks. The party is thoroughly ceedings. There were seven deaths and five ly 50 bushels to the acre. united and feels sure of victorv. The prostrations from heat Monday in PhilaAfter recess, returned to Geography, a A Morris, of Louisiana Lottery John Florida State convention also endorsed delphia, two KTT., deaths in Brooklyn and ono fame, is contemplating buying the Four remnant from yesterday; introduced by Mr. Cleveland and the Wilson bill. If in New York. Seasons Hotel at Harrogate, and starling H. S. Young. Misses Owsley and White the recalcitrant Senators are wise they and Mrs. EubankB discussed the subject Joe Wilson, believed to have been a big racing resort there. A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor will read the handwriting on the wall the leader of the gang that tarred and The Houbo refused by a vote of 170 clearly and closed by the conductor. and stand no longer in the way of the T. D. RANEY, Manager. Adjourned until 1:30 r. m. feathered Adjutant General Tarsney, has to 52 to agree to the Senate bill redemption of every party pledge. r. m. $1,000,000 to be used in exter been arrested. 1:30 found Miss Nora Phillips at the Baby Miller, of Palatine, W. Va., minating the Canadian thistle. No agreement has been reached by the J. H. Baughraan has bought 9,000 organ surrounded by many members o' conferrees on the tariff bill and the got into papa's snuff box and got so chances are slim for an early settlement much of the contents in hia eyes and bushels of wheat in Garrard at 41 and the institute dispensing sweet music. 42 c. He is paying 44 delivered here. Resumed work by handling school govof the queption that has vexed the coun- mouth that he died. G. W. Fulton, of Corpus Christi, By the addition to his elevator, ho will ernment. This being passed tho institute, try so long. Tho people are patient and Qur terms arc Strictly Cash and Prices Strictly Low. We expect took up teaching in connection with ap long suffering, but they will not stand Texas, recently sold 100 horses at $11 be able to store about 75,000 bushels. Racing was inaugurated Monday at paratus, which was bandied so artistical to sell every man alike and to all at the everything and they are nearly ready to per head, giving the purchaser 1,000 the new Harlem track, .near Chicago. It ly that none could take offense, while visit their vengeance on the whole tea head to select from. boy Js believed to be one of the fastest run- many will go away with splinters in their Clarence Foster, a party that is obstructing the measure of relief, for which the country is looking living near Glasgow, has been placed in ning courses in the country. Col. M. cutis. After recess, tho Teachers'. Library jail charged with an attempt to rape the Lewis Clark is presiding judge and and longing. was taken into consideration, being in- Examine r our goods and convince yourself that vc mean more than "Dick" Dwyer the starter. old daughter of a neighbor. The rioters at Chicago didn't know While business depression prevails troduced by Miss Georgia Lewis, J. W. we say. Hard times is the cry and moncv is scarce. Four relatives of Caeario, who killNow is the what danger they were, or they would ed President Carnot, died in an insane all over tho North, and forest fires tho Acton, I'lder C. M. Young, then turntd time to make One Dollar buy the most, by investing it with have desisted sooner. The Federal troops asylum, but that wont help the assassin, sequal to calamitious drouths rage in over to the conductor. Tho subject havhad orders to shoot to kill, when tiring His head will pay tho forfeit of bis the West, the South is counting on S,- - ing been removed Mr Anderson, .Miss was commanded, and sharp shooters crime. 000,000 or 10,000,000 bales of cotton from Beck, Mies Stagg and Mr. Young, interest in the. matter and oxpreea were selected to pick out the more actWorthineton O. Ford estimates that the 21,000,000 acres in the cultivated doeu ineir views. Proceeded to tlio or ive and take them down. With the les- the income tax will produce revenue of main of tho king. My Stock of- son they had and the one they have from $12,000,000 to $39,000,000 annually. of Lexington, sold ganization of County Teachers' AssociaJohn T. Hughes, since learned, rioters will be a little more There certainly ia laiitudo enough in J. M. Garrett, of Woodford, the great tion. O. H Holmea elected pros., Mies Kate wary in future. Baddle mare, Lou Chief, for $1,800. Lou that guess. Blain Miss Jennie West tect., The Kentucky Midland, which has Chief is seven yeara old and is beyond and treas. Prohibition has made rapid strides in mare in tho State. The following district Mississippi, there being left only 7 coun- been tied up by tho sheriff for taxee due doubt the finest show Is complete, every piece being bought direct from the best manufacFrankfort haa resumed traffic, the city Ball Bros., who aro handling W. A. wero elected: Wayneeburg, U. S. turers the country affords. ties in the 75 where whisky is sold. If you want a bill of Furniture I will Malloy, had Lou last Young, Tribble's Kato Hinds county, which includes Jackson, having compromised her claim for Hustonville, Miss Julia Stagg, make it year and took on her over :fS00 in premfor taxes at $3,000. Crab Orchard, Miss Leah Steger, Stan the capital of the State, went dry Tuesiums. In a fight near TecumBeh, Neb., bo- day by 200 majority, though the city voford, Misa Cettio Thurman. Adjourned Lincoln County Teachers' Institute. to Friday. ted two to one for whisky. The prohi- cause hogs got into the wrong field, Tuesday's session opened on time, Wo have been so busy that we have bitionists claim that they will soon have Charles Schultz, a farmer waa shot and killed, his son Oharlea wounded, and with prayer by Prof. Lumley, who being not had tho time to devote as much To come to Stanford. the State solid. You will find that 50 or 100 miles will be a James Abbott seriously hurt. unable to obtain the necessary requisites to the Institute aa we wished, and con- a pleasant as well as profitable trip when you learn that my Dr. Godfrey Hunter, who got a taste June B. Park, a traveling salesman for music, proceeded to the immediate sequently had to rely entirely on the of Congress once because of democratic for L. Hooe & Co , the queensware firm opening of the work assigned for the secretaries for the reports, which they dieensiona in the 3d district, haa been of Cincinnati, committed suicide at Irmorning. baye kindly furnished. So far as we have renominated for the same office and haa vine, hia home. He died within an hour. Arithmetic was treated for a few mo- been able to judge, it has been a very Than any quoted in Kentucky. Give me a call. gone on the raging stump with a venIt ia aaid that he had trouble with his ments by Mr. Brougb in his usual brief pleasant and profitable meeting. Prof. geance. Our own Col. Bradley will assist family. manner, wno was loiioweu oy a. a. Lumley ia a thorough man and has done him at several points and oratory will be The lumber district of Chicago ox- - Young, who threw much light upon the work that will tell in the school houses on tap from now until the idea of No- perienced a fierce fire. A Bpace six subject. Mias Thurman treated some during the coming year. vember. squares long and three squares wide, oc- points quite neatly. Then taken up by Mr. Brough Bays he is starting a Wab has been declared between Chi- cupied by 11 firms, was burned over. The the conductor, who talked quite lengthi- menagerie and has found a gray and a na and Japan and the work of weeding loss is estimated to bo a little lees than ly and sensibly, giving various plans for red fox. He had better be careful or he out those miserable heathens will be $2,000,000, leading pupils into the intricacies of might be locked in himself, though one waged in earneat. They are aa numerThomas Evans, colored, employed at mathematics. At this point came Dr. J. could hardly say to what order of pachous as flies and the loss of a few millions the National Tobacco works, Louisville, G. Carpenter, who alwaya shows an in- yderm he belongs. The Drug-Stor- e Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy ; your will never be felt. So far Japan baa killed his wife with a razor, nearly sever- terest in and never fails to come among The prettiest of the secretaries is reof the dispute, as ing her head from her body, then serv- the teachers and affiliate with them. Ho greatly the advantage sponsible for the following. she haa in intelligence, if not in num- ed himself likewise. Fellow workers never fails to interest, instruct and cause There is a strange state of affairs bers. had twitted him of his wife's infidelity. the institute to regret when he concludes among the lady members of the instiMr. Price O. Newman, one of Lou- to quit. His subject, Digestion, was tute. Some of them are always hunting Thk populists were to nominate a canSchool Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds merchants, suffered handled in his sensible, Bimple, plain, the North star. Others are more intercon- isville's didate for Congress yesterday in a ' Liquors for Medical Purposes. vention at Harrodsburg. J. O. Suth- a stroke of apoplexy and died shortly instructive way and caused some to see ested in their Ho(l)mes, a few would erland, of Anderson, waa the lamb sug- afterward. Mr. Newman waa an offi- many points upon which they had been like to be White without the use of cosgested for the sacrifice. The race ia now cer in the famous Orphan Brigade dur- the violators of the laws of nature. metics, and they do say that one has Call and see us. Mental mathematics waa introduced found the "fabled fountain of youth," made up and with three Madison candi- ing the war, and distinguished himself by O. H. Holmea and continued by the and ia to be forever Young. dates "agin" him, the "pop" will never by hia courageoua bearing. Another . Five armed men robbed the Lincoln conductor and others. Misa Kate Blain doean t care to be young and actually be known in the race. county Bank at Unanuler, U., killing a was made query master. admitted that ahe was brought up in anSxnatoh Gorman ia not all powerful barber, who gave the alarm. A posse . The afternoon'.exercises opened per or- te bellum days. in Maryland if he did run one little dis- started in pursuit and one of the bandits der of program. Reading being the subWhat's the matter with Mr. White? trict convention. A meeting waa held at was fatally wounded. He gave the ject, it was introduced by O. H. Holmes, When roll waa called he was out of sight. which not only adopted reso- names of the other four, who are mem- followed in succession by Misses Thur- Girla don't feel Bad nor look forsaken Frederick, lutions indorsing Mr. Cleveland and de- bers of the notorious Cook gang. man, Carter, Kay, Owsley and others. They Bay he's having bis measure taken manding the passage of the Wilson bill, On the docket of the Harlan court Thoroughly exhausted by Lumley. The not by the undertaker either, but for but demanded the resignation of the which convenes on the 13tb, there are 50 aubject, Study of Words, introduced by further information apply to Mr. Rupley. traitorous Senator. felony cases set for trial and eight M. J. Brougb, who was followed by The young men seem determined to other feloDy cases where parties have Misses Enoch, Blain, Mr. McClure, J. H. follow Greley's advice and go WestIII Rtc.iTinr Hit Railroad stocks are bad investments. During the year stocks to the amount of been held over by the lower courts to Dalton, N. W. Hughes and others. The ward. Supt. W. H. McMurtry, of Garrard, $2,650,334,572 paid no dividend. The await the action of the grand jury. conductor then closed the subject. The officers and men got all there waa to There is also on the Commonwealth next was Language Study, which was honored the Institute with his presence taki. docket 176 misdemeanor on appeal cases. J left entirely to the conductor through yesterday. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me Semi-Weekly Interior Journal NONE ESCAPE. REDUCTION IN PRICES. JLABHEB9 M(GBE!. demi-mond- e able-bodie- d MEN'S SHOES Si-2- I LOUISVILLE : STORE, STA1TTOBD, appro-Driati- ne Lowest : Possible : Prices. W. H. WEAKEN & CO. -- five-yea- show-som- e white-haire- d vice-pres- ., ts Household Furniture! $14,-024.- 20 TO YOUR INTEREST PBXCE8 A1E 3LOW1HB W. W. WITHERS. DR. S. G. HOCKER, DRUGGIST. Drugs, School Supplies, DR. S. C. HOOZ1SR, Th 2Druffii. well-know- n The Best Goods for the Least Money, SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. call. r.tJ Piz jfam (. rU mwk&!m ...fofofrw ttrt" k3rti- - SSjUef csr "tmumxp! $'Skrim?M' fTj 1r Semi-Week- ly N TllADK with Danks, the leading New London, Mo,, has a boy, Rodelcr. ney Elzea, who was born without arms Mr, A. It. Penny is beautifying the or legs. A PRKsit lot of bananaB at 0. D. PowDrunkards in the Argentine Repub- front of his store with a new cornice and Stamford Ky., - AuoueT 3, 1894 ell's, two dozen 23 cents, best lemons two For the best Advertisement of our business written by any lady in lie are sentenced to sweep tho streets for paint. dozen 35c. Lincoln county and to be printed in this space, we will give free, eight days. Elegant evening Btiit for sale at a low Penny has the best stock and will Australia bas more places of public E. C. Walton, Business Manager watches and jewelry lower than you sell price. For particulars enquire at this can worship in proportion to population than olllco. buy elflowhero. any other country. USIHE88. MEAN! Tin: Danville fair is as usual a Bbining "Sunday encred concerts, good boat Tiik rates fixed by the water works Buy your school books and school sup- committee at Danville aro 60 per cent, success. Many will go from here to it and bait," are advertised attractions at Contest open for any lady, married or single. Only one "ad" must plies ol all kinds at A. It. Penny's. today. Lake Pushaw, Me. be sent by each person, who must sign their proper name and address repalrod higher than here. Watches, clocks and jowolry In San Francisco tho fruit market is School teachers, get a watch from and warranted. Engraving a specialty, Please call at Higgins & McKinney's Dnnks, tho jeweler, Our prices willaur- - so glutted that peaches are selling at 10c All must be in by Aug. 10. After that date we will print them in at A. U. l'onnv's. tfc Hocker acrotation as they they are received. Mail "ads" to a basket and pairs about as low. Tub largest Htock of Drills. Medicines, and pay your McKinney prise you. Wall Paper at count and oblige W. B. McKinney. In some Hindoo temples in South Perfumery, Paints and Pay your dues in tho Southern B. & India the collection is taken up by an inscriptions a special- A.H.Penny'B. John Shanks, colored, got 10 days in L. of Knoxville, to local treasurer, J. S. elephant y- that goes around with a basket. Jail and a iluo of $1o in Judgo Carson's Wells, at McKoberts' drug store. Tho Sui z Canal is only SS miles PERSONAL POINTS. "gun" concealed. court for carrying a STANFORD, KY. Wilkinson Bros, aro doing nicely in long, but it reduced the distance from Mm. J. S. Kick is visiting her parents Tub young teacher who dropped her the barbering business. Their shop is England to India, by sea, nearly 1,000 at Cave City. miles. houl soit qui mal y penso Wednesday neat and cool.' Give them a trial. Kkv. A. W.OnAwronn, of Manse, was morning can get it by calling at this of- Tho highest recorded price ever paid hero this week. Mr. G. A. Peyton has received the for a horee is $150,000, for a cow $30,000, llco. Mns. A. A. McKinnby has returned first shipment of his wonderful canning for a ram iS.OOO, for The Eckstein Norton University Ju- machines and is ready to deliver them. for a chicken $150. a dog $1,000, and from Greensburg. Mn. M. D. IIaiuun, of Somerset, is bilee Troupo will Bine at the colored The public debt during Christian church next Monday night, Several light showers have fallen in ed $1,552,001. The cash July increasVisiting his son, Mark Ilardiu. balance in the tho last few days, hut a ground soaker Mn. 8. C. Lackky and wifo havo mov- 6th Inst. treasury also increased during the month is yet needed. "Fair, ed to Harrodsburg from Atlanta. Lumber kor Sale. Tho lumber in the and a river raiser S1,4S0,015. The gold reserve is now Mb. FoitwTi'a Kkii Ib recuperating his amphitheatre at tho fair grounds is for cooler Friday," is the prediction. Of our great closing sale of Summer Goods, and you must come at lost energies at Crab Orchard Springs. Bale privately. Call on or write to I. M. once if you would secure them. We offer genuiue 32 inch Gov. Brown oulWednesday called a Mr. Peyton Douolas, of Garrard, left Miss Hkttik Weabkn is back from a Bruce at once. French Ginghams at 15c, that sold at 35c. Genuine Zephyr Ginwith us yesterday tho rattlo of a snake Bpecial election in tho Tenth district, to visit to Miss Maggie Anoley, at Lebanon. If you want your watch or any jewel- that he killed recently. It was a huge be held November 0, for the. purpose of ghams that sold for 25c at 10c and all. our Light Domestic Ginghams MibsSamamtiia Looan, of Loulavllle. All our White Dress Goods and Light Shades in Woolen ry repaired, tako it to Penny's. Mr. fellow and his rattles showed that he was electing a successor to fill out the unex- at was with Misses Mattio and Bottio Pax-topired term of Lisle. 12 years old. Dress Goods at Deckelman does tho work well and a cusThe K. C. will run an excursion to Lizzio Drye, of promptly; never disappoints Misses Kate' Cook and NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. the Deering camp meeting next Sunday hero Wed tomer. Hustonvlllc, visited relatives Mr. B. II. Dankb makes a novel prop- and tho two Sundays following, leaving nesday. Bbkcjcinridoe Jones, of St. Lou- osition to the young ladies in his adver- here at 5:25 A. m. and arriving at the Hon. We will offer a genuine light summer suit for $6, and one, a is, joined his wife at Mr. J. M. Hold's tisement on tho right of this page. Read camp at 0:30. Returning leaves at 4:15 better goods, at $7, and a genuine clay worsted at 7.50. These goods it and enter tho contest for the diamond i. M. Fitro for the round trip $1.50. yesterday. must go out to make room for 1 1 is taking a tour and emerald ring. Pnor. J. M. Ht'iuiABii W. II MILLER. II. HELM. Homi.no Pioeonb. A few ago Mr. 2f . of the mountain towns in the interest of While peddling berries in Danville E. De.anoy, of Mt. Morris, K. Y., shiphis school. & tho other day Mr. Reub Engleman had ped Be veil beautiful homing pigeons to 1. KiotwN, representing the Fairbanks a fit and fell from his wagon. The back Depot Agent, J. S. Rice, with instrucWhich begins to arrive in this month. Ladies' Oxfords will be reducIs Charter Gas and Gasollno Companies, of his head struck a rock pile and two tions to liberate them at 0 a. m., standed within the reach of every lady. In fact all summer goods are to Real Estate Agents, at the St. Asaph. fearful gashes were cut, from which he ard time, yesterday. As if they knew be slaughtered. We shall not let up until our customers have them Mrs.Hodt. S. Davis, of SU Louis, ar- haa Buffered greatly. that they were to start on a long jour- Stanford, Lincoln County, Ky. in posscssiod. Remember a visit to her sister," rived yesterday on ney, the sensible little creatures each A Few Roads. In answer to a reP. JoneB. Mrs. J, Office over First National Bank. took a drink of water before leaving the Judos Steulino F. Gbimik, of Cuero, quest from tho Department of Agricul- cage. They flew directly upward then Texas, arrived Wednesday to visit his ture, Mr. John Bright has figured up tho hesitated a moment as if spyipg out We offer to the public our service! in selling, exmileage of roads in the county and finds mother and family. rial their route, and gracefully sailed away changing anil rentingWe estate in Lincoln and For the celebrated J. B. & P. D. French Corset, the best made. Mattjk Walkek, of there are adjoining counties have made arrangement miles of railronds, ISO of to tho North-east- . MisiM Jane and or extensive advertisement Ol all properties When a lady once tries them she never gives them up. Don't fail to and Sue Ogilvie, of Henderson, pike and 375 of dirt roads. Garrard, placed in our hands, and possess facilities for buswhich can not be possessed by individuals come on this week. The Caledonian Society will give a iness great expense. All properties placed in aro guests of Mrs. J. 0. Hays. without Fon Saie or Runt. The desirable public entertainment at the our hands will receive prompt and diligent attenMita Annie Cimm, of eoslio tails, of the late J. M. Cook, mile West anil every effcrt will be made to dispose of it home Aug. 4. Mr. W. S. Burch will deliver tion Kansas, Is the guest of her cousin, Mies speedily and no charge will be made unless we of HuKtonvillo. Splendid residence of tho welcoming address and tho debate are successful in Join? so. Stella Stephenson, May wood. 10 rooms and other improvements good. PROPERTIES FOR SALE.. will bo on the question "Whether the M ibs Helen Him who has been the j Blue Grass Farm of ioo Acres at Rowland, Lot contains eight acres. Apply to J. B. love of fame is a stronger guest of her sistr, Mrs. W. II. Kirby, motive in hu- Lincoln couuty. 6. Kannot on Cook, Huston ville, or G. B. Cooper, Stanman affairs than love of money." To be from Stanford;410 Acres Dix Hiver, four miles returned to Memphis yesterday. J,ooo. ford. Karm on pike, $ miles from 7. a very accomaffirmed by J. L. Beazley, W. H. Shanks Staniord; $35 per acre; 135 acres. Mica Estill Walker, i Liberty Fair offers a premium of and T. W. Jones and negatived by S. W. elegant young lady from The xnu mm prupcriy, oj acres, on i'lx plished and 17. River, 4 miles from Stanford; Richmond, Is the guest of Mias Bello $5 to the ugliest man. This ring is not Menefee, Richard Bush and E.G. Gaines. erty, offered low. Price and very desirable propfull description on coiflned to Casey county people and Recitations by Misaes Flora Ballou, Mag- application. desirable and well improved Denny. 18. Very property acres; $1,000. Miu. Brlle Gentry and children, of those of our citizens, who feel disposed gie Bright and Ethyl Beazley and an at Highland; 30160 well improved land at at Farm 01 Newborn, Term. and Mr. and Mrs. C. are at Liberty to contest for the prize. abundance of music make up the pro- Highland; Jj.joo. Acres Farm of 156 acres, 3 miles from 2i. Harrodsburg, are with There will also bo a fat man's race, the gram. Uutil they are all sold. We will sell them at less than many hous W. Gentry, of Lancaster; $50 per acre. 6 miles es paid for Farm oi 157 slowest mule race and many other funBlaln. acres, 75 Mr. John them. WTe have added to our stock of these poods in or MATRIMONIALMATTERS. from Stanford; Jfs per acre. ny attractions. Tho date is Aug. Misxca Kli.a and Maiuk Bruce Farm 200 acres fine'y improved. der to make it complete, 36 Mr. John McCarley nnd Mrs. Lois 5 miles from Stanford; $45 per acre. i daughtera of Mrs. John Finnell, of 37. Suburban propcity at Howland, 36 acres, Those who attended tho tea given by Benedict, a widow of 23, were married at ell improved; $4,000. Bowling Green, aro guests of their aunt, Mies Anne Shanks at her lovely homo Elder Joseph Ballou's by that gentleA number of cheap mountain farms in Lincoln Mrs. B. II. Danks. county. Number of lots in Stanford, some with good things man yesterday. houses. A number of Improved lots in Liberty, H. Watts, of Tenmnee, who Tuesday enjoyed a feast of Mus. J. Case county. and an evening of genuine pleasure. Ab David Ball and Mies Addie Miller, Full description of these properties will be la on a visit to his father, Mr. W. A. upon application family a hostess Miss Shanks Is unexcelled and a pretty maiden of 17 summers, were Cash, spent several diijB with the aa a cateresa Mrs. Shanks is par exceljoined heart and hand by Judge Varnon of Mr. J. F. Cash. lence. Tho menu consisted of a variety at tho e yesterday afternoon. ORDER Dh. P. P. Tbceiikaut asks ustochango OF ELECTION. Besides we have Challies, Organdies, Swisses, Percales, etc. All Mrs. Dr. Spencer, of Bourbon, Ind., Kansas City, where ho has of meats, salads, ices, fruits, kc, and was his paper to served in courses and discussed with aged 11, has just been joined to her 11th other goods will be sold regardless of cost, and if you need any Dry SEPTEMHKR 1, jS94, moved his family and will live in tho fuavidity. Tho evening was a delightful huBbaud. Two of them died, Goods for present or future use it will be greatly to youradvantage to three ture. Kansas was too much for him poLincoln County Court Held July 1S04, Hon. one in every respect. her and five were legally divorc- W. E. Varnon, luJjo, Presiding. 9, litically, at least. . purchase now. The election submitting to the voters of the CiMimes Lillib and Jennie Lyne, tho A serious c ha rub. A dispatch from ed. ty of Sianfoid whether or not spirituous, inous Of tho governors of 44 States and eix or maitli'iuors shall be sold, bartered or loaned ladles, wNo havo made so Danvillo says that John Cosby and Jason lovely young become void by reason ol the fail therein, many frionds here, will leave for t heir Blackerty, who havo been running a Territories oiily threo are bachelors ure of theh.iwnc to post notices of the same, the sheriff and in homo tomorrow, greatly to the regret butcher shop at Junction City, havo been Four havo been married twice and three petitioners by attorney appeared theopen court Cira copy of tr.e judgment of tiled Line In of all who havo met them. for stealing their neighbors have entered tho matrimonial state threo cuit Court la the case of V. II. penny and others, We have have just bought 100 sample Windsor Ties and they are go arrested plaintiffs, vs. W E. Varnon, Judge of the Lincoln has returned homo cows and disposing of tho meat. Mies Ahia Poi-A times or more. County Court, upon a motion of n writ of manda- ing at the following low prices: 25c tics at 15c; 30c ties at 19c; 35c delightful visit to friends in More peoplo marry in the U.S. than mus, a copy of said judgment having been on the after a number havo disappeared but tho evi day ol June, 1894, Sfrvcil upon the dnfendant, ties at 25c; 50c ties at 35c. Kim was accompanied by Miss dence is mostly circumstantial and they in any other country. Out of every 100 as judge aforesaid, by his accepting same, the por Mary Bright, who will bo her guest dur-l- n say they will havo no trouble whatever persons of marriageable age (20 years tion ol said judgment awardingas tho wnt of mandamus is in words and figures follow s, 3 8 tho fainAdvocate. Lincoln Circuit Court. o Cosby has n aud upward) in this country 05 are marin clearing themselves. W. B. Penny, and others, Pltis Mr. Lou an Denny's horse fell on him Bister worth has ried, nine widowed and 20 single. or 150.000, who dgment. A sensational story Is published that V E Varnon, Judge of Lincoln,SJU at tho Danvillo fair, Wednesday, but wo employed eminent counsel to defend Co. Court, Drft. W. B. McKinney. W. H. HlGGINS. Stevenson summarily are glad to say that ho was not bad him. Blackerty is a man pretty handy This cause was submitted by the parties upon enough hurt to keep him from attending with his pistol and a personal alterca- broke off an engagement between his their agreed statement of the question in controupon ti e affida versy and ot the facts on file, Besides our Regular Line ofoldest daughter, Mary, to George F. Cur- vit on file, and on the motion andplaintiffs for writ MIbs Bowman's party that night. of tion may result from his arrest. ot mandamus, notice of which Tub current issue of the Illustrated Later. They were held In $200 ball tis, a young lawyer, and clerk in tho law by the defendant, and the courtmotion was waived being advised is excellent pictures to the circuit court. the library of the supreme court. Kentuckian contains They ot opinion, and so adjudged that it was it was Linlegal duty of the defendant as judge ol the have been engaged since May, but with- coln county court to order the election asked fore of Mrs. I. F. Steele and Misaea Lizzie Ib a by plaintiffs In their petition to said defendant, The handsome country home of Mr. out tho consent of the Twidwoll and Jessie Dean Cook. It remedy and that entitled to hard to ex- - and Mrs. Forestus Reid was the scene of who on hearing of It, spirited his daugh- sought by plaintiffs are their motion thethereforo is their motion; trio of beauty and loveliness mandamus is &c, we will keep a fine assortment of Staple and Fancy brilliancy and beauty Wednesday eve- ter away and ordered the young man to sustained,V.and the writ of Judge of the awarded against Lincoln E. Vernon, McRomrw, W. H. ning. Tho spacious grounds were illu- cease his attentions. He stands high so Court, by which he is commanded at the next Mbssrs. P. M. regular term of the Lincoln County Court to enShanks and J. H. Baughman attended minated and the large mansion lighted cially, but alas, he ia poor, which is a ter upon the order book of his court an order an election to be held in and for the city the Richmond Fair, Tho two former throughout, giving them the appearance very Berious objection. ol Stanford and directing the Sheriff of Lincoln to tear almost of fairy land. The occasion was county to hold an election and open a poll therefor tarried until thlB week, unablo at each of tne voting places in said city, for the CHURCH AFFAIRS. Flour, Meal, Lard, Bacon, Beef, purpose of taking the sense ol the legal voters of Such asSugars, Coffees, Molasses, themselves away from the bright scenes a reception in honor of Miss Virginia said city upon the proposition whether or not spirBowman, the beautiful and captivating and beautiful women. or malt liquors shall be sold, barCandies, Cakes, Oranges, Lemons, There are now in Japan 377 Chris- ituous, vinous Can Goods, Pickles, Spices, tered or loaned therein. Inasmuch as, by reason Mibb Laura Carter gave a picnic at niece of the host, and memories of it will tian churches and 043 missionaries. Bananas in fact, of the telusal of detendantto make said order at when plaintiffs apHales Well, Tuesday, to tho Miss Lyne linger long and lovingly with all who The Presbyterian Female College at the regular term of saidiscourt too late to hold said plication was made, It now Manila to the number of 30. attended. Miss Bowman was elegantly Winchester, Tenn., .i erected in 1830, was election on the day designated in the plaintiffs' Mrs. Ed attired and received and entertained her On the 33rd day of June, 1894, petition, Mrs. A. W. Carpenter assisted burned by an incendiary. and at tne same term enaoie tne sneritt to comply with the reoulrements of the law. that the said Carter in serving the lunch and that and guests with a charm and gracefulness of Archbishop Ireland's address to the advertised by at least every other event of the day was greatly manner that further fascinated her nu- Catholic Total Abstinence Society at St. election should beday of election, him defendant two is the weeks licfore the merous admirers. Mr. Thomas M. Ows- Paul was an appeal for commanded in his said order lor said election to To make your table full of first-claseatables, Butter, Eggs, &c, enjoyed. and an argument fix another and later day as reasonably near the Messrs. C. E. Tate and S. W. Menefeo ley aasisted her and did full honor to the In favor of total abstinence. He took day asked for by plaintiffs as will afford ample taken in exchange for eoods.' To reduce our stock, special prices advertisement thereof required by went over to Lancaster Wednesday night occasion and the lovely little hostess. no middle ground, but declared that all time for the writ of mandamus hewlll in no wise law. And this will be offered for the next 30 days. Come and see us. of Pythiaa lodge The parlors were beautifully decorated to obey." In obedience to the and had the Knights Catholics should be not only temperate, omit writ as above tuny set cut ana command in tt appearing said confer the Uniform Kank upon them. and the odor from the plants and flowers nut total abstainers. that the money to pay the expenses that applicants are by law required to pay has been paid accompany that lodge to the filled them with delicate perfume. The Thev will Rev. John Bell Gibson had 20 addi- into court: It is ordered that an election be held uw ladies vied with each other in loveliness tions at hia Middlesboro in the city of Stanford, Ky., on the isttay of Sepbig celebration ai uhouiukw" meeting, which tember 1S94 between the hours of 7 A. M. and 4 P. and the sweet Btrains of music made by cloaed Monday night. of the voting poll to be of this month. He was delight- M. A in said cityopened at each of taking the for the purcoso places Huubard, who retainB a kindly Mrs. J. E. Portman added to the charms ed with the people and place and is con- sense of the legal voters of said city upon the Frok. Misa of the hours, which sped with regretted fident vinous or not interest In her. telle ua that that it haa a great future. Al- proportion whetherbeor sold, spirituous, or loaned bartered malt liquors shall accepted the position rapidity. Ices, cako and fruits excel- ready signs Howard has of approaching vitality are therein, the result of said election toInbe certified the election to and returned at required by law Clarkavillo, W. lently prepared were elegantly served at ol music teacher In the apparent and he does not think it will of county officers. at an excellent salary. Miss midnight and in them Mrs. Reid'a prac- be long before there are 8,000 to 10,000 The following officers are appointed to hold said Va. College, him last election: waa apparent. Mrs. Mary people there. Inez Abernathy, who was with art de- ticed hand Voting Precinct. No 1. I. M.Bruce and U.K. Bowman assisted Mrs. Reid in a'dding to Wearen, Judges, W. B. Penny, clerk, J. D. Jone year, will have charge ol the Col- - the pleasure of the guests and when Missionaries re placed in great perVoting Precinct, No. a. A. G. Eastland and J. partment of the Columbia, Tenn. II. Engleman, they left at the wee sma' hour of 2 the il by tho war excitement in the Chinese Carson, clerk. judges, J. R. Hales, sheriff, C. C. lege. heartiest expressions of gratitude were Empire. Voting Precinct, No. 3. J. M. Hall and J. K. Judges, CITY AND VICINITY. Two car loads of Chinese, gathered VanArsdale,clerk. Joseph Colfey, sheriff, Wm. made to them for the evening of unalSeverance, GEO. B. COOPEIl. at Danks. was an elegant af- up in New York, are en route to the Attest: loyed happjnesB. It Tortoibk Bhell Bide combs Clerk Lincoln Connty Court. in all its appointments, not even the scene of war. fair DankB. compliance with the requirements of Kkw designs in necklaces at Champion James Corbett returns to In following order ol election by the the law slightest thing being left undone that County the in any way add to the enjoyment America on the Majestic and will soon Judge of Lincoln County is published for the inconceits in Anger ringsat could N. Menefee, of all concerned, Dainty J. formation Stanford, Ky of the large party that attended, fight Jackson. Sheriff Lincoln Co. July 1894. Danks. Interior Journal Beautiful balr pins 50o each at 3 Dank b. CONTEST FOR LADIES fl DiamonD1 anil ! hi Emerald Ring. DANKS', : The : Jeweler. :x ii Only a 6c. fm Mt. to-da- y $51,-075,00- n. M M ONE - HALF all-wo- : VALUE. REAL ESTATE. MILLER HELM, Our Large Fall Stock I I VI We Are Headquarters, HUGHES & TATE. rl l 5-- iii court-hous- e A REVOLUTION IN PRICES ! On I lilue-Gra- All Summer Goods. I 4 Blue-Gra- ss Blue-Gra- Fin-nel- l, '.'S-3- 0. Illue-Gra- civ-e- n New Ducks, New Lawns, New Batistes. court-hous- Special & -- 1 4 $ Stan-fnr.- i. t: SJEVjBBAKOjB SN. Vice-Preside- nt - t, HARDWARE I GROCERIES, s ,, EVERTHING O'Brien Wagons HlGGINS & McKINNEY. 31 Ger-trud- o s- - 5" i i Canton Chil'd Plows. FARRIS & HARDIN.S y i, '1 u )Jj&t4iimi&e&f!gx i !f-- j uu& ajJfcAl.u& rJStr .Vi Bmm.& r M- - - r( V' "TTIW "J ": MfMai M! Semi-Weekly in ' . n V I J U h I1' I f- - i P H i J 1 ) u ' t I. I Precinct. I.Itctiou Novimber next n protect. sinks to rest, I nm at this place about 13o Mavis Vertical Fesd Sawing Machines This notice fatcwarns hunters, fishermec and " ho said, "I'm entitled, "Judge, miles Bouthoast of Ilarrisburg, nlthough others not to trespass on our liuds without iWhen necessary G. D. SMILEY to law, to n trial by iv jury of as all su.h will be prosecuted to the ful I paid for a night's lodging in the latter Are the beit because h'y run lighter and can do est extontofthe law. Signed a greater of work than any other sewing Is a candidate lor Justice ol the Peace in the Hus Philadelphia and my peers, nin't I?" place, spent 2 hours in MRS.AMAVDA ALCORN. tonvUle precinct, subject to the action ol the machine variety K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. "You arc," replied tho court. The W.M. HKWfc." down hero by boat. Have travel-e- l chug democratic party "Then, your honor," rejoined tho y Train naves Rowland At 7:00 a. m., returning on the Schuylkill, Delaware prisoner, drawing n chiny coat sleeve Ladles Lincoln County rivers, &c. I havo gotten bo I am not ncro-- s his nose, "I think I ort to havo n Are cordially Invited to call at the M Asaph i,0L.'&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Hotel and examine the machine, as ell as sam surprised at anything. I wouldn't be lawyer of tho eumo kind." Chicago plesof Its work McMUKKAY IlKOb., All kinds of Carriage and lluccy Tops, Dsshcs Is a canJidate for Justice of the Peace in the -- ' 37 Pm Tribune. Mail train going North surprised if I should wake up some Sunlord, Ky and Fenders precinct, subject to the action of the dem113 pm " " South ocratic party Express train " South. ... - .... ti 51 pm morning between this and next 4th of REPAIRED AND RECOVERED Ml. . " " North "We ,036 am July and llnd myself in China. Local Freight North L DR. W. B. s a 07pm style and at Satisfactory Prices. T. In ' South... are in the hands of our friends," and passengers. Th Utter train alio carry JOHN B. DeNARDl, where and wherever they eay go, we are The present Constable, is a candidate for Carriage Painter and Trimmer, The above ti calculated on itandard time. Solar in the Stanford precinct, subject to the action Stafford Ky. ready and the understanding nlwnjs is, Iraa ii about to minutes fatter. Office South Mde Main St., In office recently ol the democratic party. Lieetion In Not emit r vjcatcdbr Dr. Lee I". Huffman, Stanford, Ky. He asksyour support. "that Jones pays the freight" or rather CRESCENT ROUTE. QUEEN & our employers, the Philadelphia InquirLadies, Your Attention, Please. Going North trams pass Junction City at fol er Co., do. staris o a m. Vcs Vestibule lows: In my laet I told of being at the White tlbuio Limited 3 35 p. m Local 1. 10 p. m. Florida My Stock Millinery Limited 3 23. a rn .Dealers n.. Our spokesman, Mr. Joe B. Vestibule u 18 p. m. Florida House. O. South-- N Is belfj; rapidly opened and it embraces everym Local ti 35 p. m. Quin. of Louisville, introduced us to Mr. Limited thing pretty and stylish, I have encaged Miss Vestibule arrives S 40 p. m. Thurber, as "six unarmed Kentuckiuna utta Stitt.of Cincinnati, to trim forme. Sne is a idy of much experience and taste and Is sure to not seeking oilice, who had called to pay An gv satisfaction. MRSexamination TofCOURTS, incoods is Kv. 10 vited. I'OKIE our respecte, as we were stopping over few hours in Washington, while on a . YOU ARE . . our way to Pa., to work." Mr. ThurIN DEALUR ber greeted us very kindly and cordially old stand ol J. II. Green, In At the but said "he thought the Smithsonian I am lust back from the ettie. with a large and Hustonvllle, - - Kentucky. well selected stock of MILLINERY, which I will : Institute was the proper place for us." sell cheaper than ever Mlts Lvura Jatbo. a suHsu Just received a beautiful line of Ho invited us to call at 1 to meet the perior tilmmrr Irom Cincinnati, hlltnfli.d wilh me and I can guarrawc satisfaction in every parpresident but we became interested in ticular. Call aad sen my icoods. Surreys, Phaetons, jBufjgies, &c. other matters and let the opportunity MISSLICCIE HEAZLEY. Call and see his stock and ret his prices which Stanford, Ky. Blip. We were turned over to Mr. Du- are lower than an body s. II you want a nice set of harness, a uhlp or a duster boise who showed us over the building v a Krraamja Kinder Twine for sale. the East room, Blue, Green, Red and IhsoMeJy State dining rooms, &c, and pointed out objects of interest; nearly every-:- A cream of tarter baking pow- thing in there, however, was covered Candies, tNuts, Tobacco, Cigars. der. Highest of all in leavening with cloth or paper wrappings to proLatest United States tect it from the dust, &c. Mrs. Clevestrength. A UA. G. HUFFMAN, Pror. 'iS f J land and the "little princesses" were not Headquarters lor almost anything Government Food Report. Having bought out G, A Petton, t am prenar in the city. ed to lurnish my customers with the beto!Mllk ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., We next went to the Washington monHorn ;nc purest breed ol you want. When you wantJaTirst-clas- s ument and were "histed" to the top o 108 Wall Street, New York. that. J think that one trip up there At the prices alr'ady established Milk delivered meal for 25c, call on him. in Stantord and Rowland twice ptr day will satisfy me. "It iB too great a riee All accounts due at tbe end of 30 days. in the world in so abort a time," as the I will also stand my thoroughbied Jeney Hull, F. B. RIIjEY.iProprletor, old negro said, "I can trust my Lord - - Kentucky. uown on ue ground hut when I get so London, St. Refreshing Bath, Hot or Cold, (Subject to Kegistr)) I have moved to my new Hotel iand am better far from mother earth I begin to think, At TWO DOLLARS AND A WALK the seaveu prepared than ever to accommodate the public. whar am I." We next passed through Stanford, Ky. A styllh Hair Trim or CU an Shave, go to A. C. HUrr.MAN Good Livery attached and every convenience deme a call. the Botanical gardens, which I wish evsired. Give Cook & Fnnnor'a Barbor Shop, FRANK RILEY. 77 ery woman in Kentucky could see. I GENERAL REPAIR SHOP. Fliegendo Blatter. think the plare would coin pa: e favorably with what the garden of EJeu must Spelling ll.T Strong l'ulnt. Vpholstenng Loungea, Mattrestes, Rocking have been. Next we went to the capi-to- l, "How's littlo Colin gettiug on nt Chairs and all kinds ol I'W GHLEN. Proprietor. CRAB ORCHARD which I truly beleive to be the school?" iuquired n visitor of Sirs. : : : Kontucky. Furniture Repaired, grandest building on earth. Wo didn't Murphy. "Is eho making progresd with And Varnished Prices to suit the times. Call get to apeak to Mr. McCreary, aajhe sent her htudies?" II. I am still running this "Faith, mum, an Rho Is thin," re- and see me at SuopC. Runter'i old aland onrxmte us word he had his resolution endorsing Hold aid Straub'slin will continue to give my guesn the petiuit attenJOIINT. ULANKENSHIP. sponded Mrs. Murphy, with her nrms the action of the president'sending troops tion as well as the best the market atlurds. Mam Street, Stanlord, Ky. SS im to Chicago, in charge. We heard him akimbo. "Tho wny thot choild skips N ahead jibt beats nil, mum. Now, thero's pecial Attention to tho TravelOI'IN. Bpeak on it, however, andj the world spoiling A. S. 'twas only last noight her fay ing Public. knows the rest. Breeder and shipper of ther wns nfthcr wroitin n letter to tho j PnmLlI SURGEON DENTIST. When you want a turnout come to rey I would like much to make? mention iuuxt nun gum 10 wuitk wees, Office over McRoterts Drug Store In Oral) Orcl.Jvr., the n ,' Thoroughbred Duroc Red Jersey of our trip over the C. & 0., from Hunt-- J nn ho says to Cely, baysior next he, 'How do , Owsley Bmidluz.. Its discovery by Dsnlel To the Public Hogs. Stanford; ington, W. Va., whicn city we left at you spell oyther?' says he, 'Is it ltoone nearly a century or more ago the locality Prices to suit the hard times L Plt n, U... r.l.r or is it ot Crab Orchard Springs has len the Mecca of at the Myers Houto Grace Figs from registered stock for sale, from the best 4:40 Sunday, July To; how we "struck" health and pleasure atvkeri. With Its healing Cely, says, 'Wnit till Oi git "An herds in Ohio and Illinois. Call and examine my the Kanawha at Charleston, followed it e surwaters, oronlc atmophere and herd or address R. Ii. Bronaugh, Crab Orchard. mo book, fnyther, for it's meself is away roundings. It at once alTords to the enervated and for 50 miles, then the New river about post debilitated a Hone and aanllartum. thim little wurrds, over nmoongst Co Tbe vlclmtyabounds with scenes tocharm the .. the same; how I sat at Jthej window till tho foor an flvo syl'blos,' says she. ..IF VOU ARE GOING I am now ready to dellvei manufactured Ice Painter and inspire tne Poet, .Sylvan walks lortne 11 o'clock and looked out at ttue magLover, eabowcred Irivn lor the weary Dosling, customers "An she brought her book an showed Irom the Stanford Factory to of FIFTY rezularlv ItiUIardand Or STANFORD, KY., or Halts for morning at the rate CKN1S nificent scenery and thought of the maj- hcrfaytherauinowheroshowas studyiu every hundred pound LOIS and over, and and Hunting Dancing sportsmen. the light hearted, Is now fully organised and ready for business witk Kspvcial attenfor the pei . THE tion it given to the cuisine esty and power of the Creator of these tno noignr, an, tnruiy, tnero sno was at , l 75c in smaiier lots. Terms moderate From $! to$ij per week. For Paid up Capital of E. IIKEMKK, Stanford. - $200,000. tut all the littlo mountains and riveru and jagain, Jthat pago siventy-wnfurther information, apply to UUJJ IIHUIA.i.Ni I'rcr wny behind her. 9 Surplus, . these mountains ought to go to their.bed wurrds Crab Orchard, Ky "Oi misthrust mebbo spellln is her (of the river) at night with; their feet MYERS HOUSE SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL ethrong p'int," said Mrs. Murphy, HANK OK STANFORD, THOMAS YEAGER. very clean as they had them washed modestly. JAMES YKAGER. "Av courso it w'n'dn't bo in Now closing up) with the same asssta aud under every day, all day long and by a New nnter for tho choild to go l'nping along the same management. iiy provisions of its chatter, depositors are as Louisville a, Nashvillc R. R. river at that; how I went to bedjjust like loiko that wid all her studies. It wa3 fully protected as ai depositors in National P. W.CREEN, Prop. Uanks, I would at borne, got up next morning, abooro half an hour, mum, boforo sho stable, liaolc to its shareholders Icing held individually and the esicnt ol the amount of their stock Is the line for you, as its dtessed, washed my face, Ac, found my an her f ayther found luu wurrd they "'" Thii stable, which is run n connection with th. thcreiu at tbe par value thcteol, id addition to the Special Hates to Commercial Men Mjcrs House, hasjbecn supplied wltb smount Invested in such sharps. It may act as huntin for, way back among the first shoes blacked and breakfast waiting, for executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully M 8TANFORD, KY. so individual a dollar, but was kindly excused. I twinty pages, uiuiil An thero was our , A ftm T.ftf nt Make close connections at ui awa, now;nH wuiiiaga To those who entrusted their bulsincss ta us littlo Cely studyiu nt pago siventy- Buggies, Wagons, II you need livery give us a call Nothing but while mnaging the Lincoln National Dank ol LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI Bhall always regard Mr. Pullmun as a waul' Bohton Jonrnnl. s turnouts will leave our stable, bee us Stanford, we we here ttnderour manv thanks and much "biger man" than Mr. Dabs. The For all points. trust they will continue to transact their business nD. .miiumer's Supplies and is better than ever lor rates. In our with us, offering as a guarantee far prompt THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. former is certainly a benefactor of bia t itupply the public with prcpaict Tllix- to Stop. to same, our twenty years' experience it BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH HARNESS SHOP race, while the latter I.shall ever Jregard banking andas liberal aciointnodations as are Under tho machinery of tho law as nt RIGS OFALL KINDS. You will find a good assortment of Harness, For any information enquire of with sound banking. TOES. UICE. ACCQI. as a dangerous adviser. preseut administered it lawyer has great Personal aud prornptattention givento Weddings 'addles, Ac. Have your repairing done by Stanford, Ky Or his business. Wchavea PIHICTORS: our man he understands How my heart thrilled when Jl asked advantages over n witiusss. Recognition Parties aud Iturlals. W. A. McgUOWS, irav. JMls. Agent, mechanic in our P. W. GREEN, J J. Williams, Mt Vernon; of this fact is probably tho reason why Junction City, Ky the conductor if we were near any S. Ii. Shanks, Stanford; AL I1URNS, Mana;er. Proprietor BLACKSMITH SHOP. of the late war. He pointed to a people nlwnys enjoy peeing a witness got J. S Owsley, Stanlord; A. G. Lanham tho better of his examiner. John II. .Cattleman. Will guarantee first class work! and satisfactory house on the right some 2 or 3 miles on" S J. Kinbry, Stanford; pneu. 'I tv our horse ahoer. An exchnugo reports a cno in which J II. Owsley, Stanford; and said that was the site of; the Jbattle Agents for Decnng Machines, the lightest draft tho plaintiff had testified that his finanmachine on earth. J. F. Cash. Stanford; of Cedar Mountain or Culpepper C. H. cial position hud nlwnys boon good. Tho William Gooch, Stanlord; I talked with an intelligent colored man opposing counsel took him in hand for Shortest and quickest between A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgeville, Ky who was born and raised at Culpepper, cros examination and undertook to W. H. Cummins, Preachemille. S. H. Shanks, President his name was Ed Walker, he eaid. Ho break down hib testimony upon this Dr. J . Ow.sley, Cashier, told me he had worked on the farms point. Only Direct Line between W. M. Ilright, Teller "Ilavo you over Ikjcu bankrupt?" Frankfort, Georsrotown and Paris, AND around, frequently plowed up somo of the boues of those who fell Ion those asked tho lawyer. Carlisle Maysvlllo, Oynthiuna, "I havo not," was tho answer. Falmouth and Covington. NATIONAL BANK bloody fields; that it was a very common "Now, bo carefuL Did you ever stop OF STANFORD, KY. occurrence to plow up bullets, shells and payment?" via Kentucky Midland, Trains Ask for tickets run by Central Standard 'lime. Buch. I asked him what he did with tho "Yes." MANAGERS, Time Table Jnnc ai, 1894, Capital Stock shells; he said "he piled them up, made "Ah, I thought wo should got nt it TRAINS EAST. No- - 3. No. 1. No. 7. ............... . Commerce Building, Louisville a fire on them, retreated to a safe dis- finally. When did that happen?" p. in. p. m. a. m. Surplus 4 10 00 Leave Kranklort A 7 00 SOLD TO "After I had paid nil I owed." tance and had lots of fun watching them Agents throughout the South. ' 10 Summit Attention pf 4 ...706 to the fae ALL POINTS: that this is tho the public is invited in Stanford Elkhorn Youth's Companion. aj 7 only National Hank explode." S wiuer. i 40 7 s ... Under the provisions of the .Viilnmi iu.i. 4S a 00 OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, depositors are secured not only by the capital " Stamping Grounds 33 4 33 W. A. TEIBBLE, Local Agent, He pointed out the different objects of Intensely Occupied. a 10 . ..734 Uuvall 4 44 uu. w. ..... lut.auuiucu iiaoiiuy ior ao interest around Manasses Junction. Some 1 so 4 JO amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol .7 40 WISCONSIN, STANFORD, KY. "Don't bothah me, please," said " Johnson " Georgeton....li . 746 this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. 35 4 57 of the earthworks are still to be Been. Chawles to a friend who had addressed " C S. Depot 7 55 3 00 5 03 Five iworn statements of tho condition of the bank MISSOURI, KANSAS, 80S " Newton to are wade each yearto tho United Stales governPortland It is u beautiful country and seema to him. "I cawn't answer any questions. " Centreville 5J San Francisco 816 3 3? ment and its assets ara examined at staled times 5l be very productive. I noticed that not Wcallyl'm getting bwniu fag as it is.'' 8 so NEBRASKA, COLORADO, " Elizabeth by government agents, thus securing addititona 3 45 55 8 30 C Arrive Pans 5 3S and perfect safety to depositors. 400 "What's tho matter?" a tree could be seen that looked to bo This institution, originally established as the ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, "My doctah awsked mo yesterday over 30 years old. Deposit Hank of Stanlord In i8j8, then WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. 8 No. a ued at the National Hank ol St.nford in iSo and TEXAS, In my next I will give you some of how many cignwottes I smoked in n day, TRAINS a.m. p.m. a. m 4 40 again as the First National Dank ol and I'm busy counting them for him." Le Paris ... t, ,...1000 6 03 4 45 Stanlord in 1S81, has had practically an uninterVIA the results of my observations while in Elizabeth 10 io Arr rupted eiistence or years. It is better supplied 5 Washington Star. S0OTB-WE" WEST, H03TB-WE3- T, 0 19 .10 14 Arr Centreville now with (acuities for transacting business prompt Pennsylvania. We only atopped about to it Arr Newtown 5 40 ly and liberally than ever before in its long and 67 Not to Be Fooled. half an hour at Baltimore. 641 -93 ArrC. S. Depot There is 600 FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fidu645 Domestic Whero shall I tako this Arr Georgetown U 1037 ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully so!c- AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. BOine fine country between that city and 11 47 800 Arr Johnson tSl 8 10 o jt Harriaburg, Pa. What caught my at- prescription, mum? Arr Duvall Th Directory 0! this Bank 11 composed ol THE BEiROUTETO THE -- fllloijisyiut HcwAtuiiTiCHlCAto Mrs. Shnrpeyc Aiiywhero except to ArrStamp'g Ground-.- n 00 7J 830 Brits- -' Foretus Reid, Lincoln county tention most was the great number of 11 10 ArrSwitzer S30 7 3 & Co. 's. Their goods nro not Arr Elkhorn S. T. Harris, Lincoln; 11 17 7 ao 905 milk cows along the railroad for 40 or 50 Pillbox 11 13 7 26 9 "5 fresh. I bought a postago stamp of them Arrbummlt , O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; COACHES, HJLlMAN VE8TIIU1ED XULLMA2TSAND 11 30 miles out from Baltimore. 7 35 A young yesterday, and it wns last year's isane. Arr Frankfort... A 95 J. W.Uayden, Stanford; A connects with L. A N. man told SLEEPING AND OININO CAR! PARLOR CARS. day were me two thousand gallons per Now York Weekly. S.H. Iiaughman,Lmcoln; H connects with Q. Si C. and L S. shipped from his little station, C connects with K. C. J.b. Hocker, Stanford; SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE FROM LOUISVILLE ONLY LINE White Hall. You can Bee an improveW. A. Trlbblo, Stanford; SUNDAY TRAINS. At like Colored 1'nUer Club Hull. ment in the farms the minute you cross M. D. Elmore, Stanford; Leave Franklort 9 00 a. m ; Georgetown to 00 a. NORFOLKWESTERN RAILROAI Master of Ceremonies Whar am RUNNING - DINING - CARS. tbn Pennsylvania State line. m. Lve Georgetown 10 37; arrive Franklort 11 30 T P. Hill, Stanford. CHEAPEST, BEST AND QUICKEST LINE. youah escort, Miss Snowball? WRITE TO There is a great body of land on the P'J"- .. K. L. Tanner, McKlnney; Midland Railway and connec 1 ne ttemucK Miss Snowball Ho am gone home, Maryland side, I was Write for Rntc, Mat, M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernoa. K. II. BACON, D. P. A.. F. J. REED.G. P A. in dispute and people told, which was bnt I specks him back every minute. tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all nmplilots, to any Station Agent, or to Dcscrlptlv were afraid of the points South, East, North and west. Chicago, 111. L9utvi'le, Ky. J S. Hocker, President; AILCN HULL, M. f. BKACC, W. B. CVIIL. further information apply to their agents. For He dun forget his razor. Now York title to it and wouldn't buy it. John J. McRobcrts.lCashier; C. D. BEKCAW. Gen Pass. Agent. 1$ Wc'iruwafrrist. Kit. tt. Tr.lla( Denver. Press. A. A. Warren. A. A. McKiojier, Ascatact Cashier. St.JPaul. GEO. D. HARPER, Gen. Supt ((JLISIIIS.O. milVOkE,Vl. UOiSOSL, VA. in to-da- fTo the Editor orThe Interior Journal. "Prisoner." said tho judge, "hnre Wilmington, Del., July 29. What yon nny counsel?" "I haven't, your honor," answered Published Every Tuesday and Friday nnnihilntors of space steam and wheels AT went tho man on trial for Scaling n hum. nre! Last night when the Bun lunon't got nny money. " down behind the "Jacks or Shado" "I"Then the court will nppoiut Mr. not so paid 33.50 will be chared trWhen mountain of Pennsylvania, I was in LcpKJ to tlefend you." Lowistown nt the foot of sitae, 01 miles Tho prisoner looked nt tho skinny, above UarrisburK, Pa., on the "Blue Fquint cyed.btoop shouldered pcttifo,'Kor as the 6ame Bun pointed out by tho court anil rto Juniata." Interior Journa Interesting Letter From Al Warren. Demnmling HI II I g lit a, W. L. DAWSON Vhin Riby wns tick, vre (?av her CnstorK When alio was a Child, aha cried for Ctutorln. When she became Miss, aha clung to CastorK. When ahe had Children, nhe grve them Contort. Is a Candidate for Magistrate In the Stanfoid pre clnct. Subject to the action of the democracy. Two doors above Post-Ottlc- e. Alwajs on hand DAVID II. C. PEYTON, MaKlstertal District, subject to the action ot the dimocratic pari'. Is a candidate lor The Nobicst and Nicest Goods? Can be had in the ma. Vet Prices lower than the lowest Mournlnc goods a specialty. Call and examine before but ins: MAItY DAVIS DUDDF.RAR. Mrs. Kate Dudderar, Manager Stanford, Ky COMMERCIAL BLOCK ComtiMe in the Hustonvllle 6 OR 8 PAGES. To-uu;- ut POSTED. J. A. SHANNON, Is a candidate for Constable in the Hustouvllle BUGGY TOPS. L.B.ADAMS, of Hus-tomil- 3a a First-clas- J. BENEDICT, PENNY Dentist. io-- m Wue-lira- ss of Higgins & Watts, Stanford, a Blue-Gra- ss R. Zimmer, All Groceries, Do- Kinds of Coal, D. S. CAKPEITTEK, well-know- n Respectfully Znvitd. Fancy Foreign and Pure Jersey Dairy. mestic Fruits, Of.. $ HUU a y&yz ri I I tt n , Jersey Cows, THE RILEY HOUSE wfcmz KJlh F COZt?, Siufirc of Lambert, R ZIMMER. The Myers House, wsmrafr ly. home-lik- Stanford, H. H. Bronaugh, F PRICE, SEASON OF 1894 first-cla- a-- LIVERY STABLE. Fanners Rank&Trnst NORTH WEST, I I u, LIVIRY STABLE YEAGER & YEAGER, imi im mira Double Daily Trains well-know- n nvn vui S first-clas- - attsa-tio- n FIRST-CLAS- llri-die- s, jbat-tlelie- ld ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. Ky. Midland R'y, nsurance Company Cincinnati and Frankfort NORFOLK RAILROAD. BAKBEE&CASTLEMAN WESTERN FIRST TICKETS ..-- .., 8200,000 21,300 1 1 1 .1 A World's Fair Record. CHICAGO 1 'E S1 -- NORTH AND EAST. J - Tlrno-Tnblc- s, -- I'fr !'. I t 1 f ktf..wMA.. A .SgSSi. ;Vg-ifrjfeiAsr'''- i ssVssksSjsMistf ttLthi