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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894080701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Jy 9Wirjt$Ff X?jrmpfv m lfr wf rfm tMNfr V "T ' ' jyHW'iy'f-HTTt- f ffr-f- r ? yr v Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxii. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. AUGUST 7. 1894. NO. 45 'r. IX, BOSTON. white muslin, eoft laces and fluttering Lincoln County Teachers' Institute. HUSTONVjLLE. ribbons, who think men were made to The closhiK eesalon oponud Friday Interesting Letter From Dorothy Dor- Mr. Harry Baughman is visiting relservo her dainty ladyship, that "the perwith Binning by many members and Chester. atives here. prayer by Prof. Lutnluy. In lfl!iO Tromontuno was founded. fections of woman's life is centered in Every one here is looking forward ItiBtltuto welcomed P. W. GrinRtead, Tremont one of the nrlncinal ntrpfiH in n the one word, wife."; far, far more to the Liberty Fair with untold, pleasof Lexington, Americflii Book Co.'b rep- - contraction of the firot nameoftho town, charming and lovable than the strident-toned- , ure. Independent, reeontativo in this department of Kuu which Bhortly afterwards was called Kt. Several couples stormed the Misses jliotoliw of which you can readily ecu made New England women. O! tucky. Morse Wednesday night and Miss BrewArt of teaching introduced by Miealcoinei iioaton. St. ltntnln). avra II .... yo sons of old Kenturky, am I Hot right? . r villi er Saturday night. 'vvaf'a in. Each time was DOHQTHV DoiK'IIKSTKIl. Lou Moore, followed by Curtis and thu the village was named, being a n pleasantly spent. conductor. nnd much beloved Saxon monk Died while on a visit to his brother, MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Tho State rending circle matter was of trio seventh century. Tho city limits Mr. Joe Pruitt, of Louisville. For two introduced by the conductor and warm- have extended to IM.OOl acres or moru Miss Allene Wefch, of Xlcbolasville, years he had been a victim of that dread ly advocated by him. than 0 times thu original area. Kst who has frequently visited here, will disease consumption. His remains were The following resolutions were hand-o- d Boston, South Boston, Roxbury, Dor- marry P. G Myers, of Texas, on the A Clean Sweep This Time ! taken to Lebanon for interment. to tho secretaries by ttte committee chester, Chnrleslown, West Roxbury, 12th. Mr. Murphy, of Danville, epent SunDisappointed in love, Sio.ooo's worth of Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing, Hats, &c, to go inon same. Breeds Island and Deer Island have all day with friends here. Mrs. Emma Wiikrbas, Thu session of this Insti- been annexed to the city, but beautiful Mary Wrenne, of Bynum, Ala., threw Phillips and to the hands of the people at once. children, of Knoxville, are tute for 1891 has drawn to a close, be it Brookiino refuses to become a part of herself under a nearing train aud was at Mrs. Dinwiddie's. Prof. M. G. Thom- Having decided to quit business, we will commence Resolved, That wo contemplate with Boston, and is an incorporated town in killed. at once a grand Miss Lizzie Walter Allerson, a young man who son is at Crab Orchard. pleasure the benefits which we have de- spite of tho fact that Boston has built all Twidwell is visiting in Perryvillo. rived from the same and heartily around it. Tho population of Boston in resided at Woodvllle, near Padncah, Mesdames Mary Green and Reid the calling of same each year. 1893 was something near 1,000,000,000 committed suicide by drowning in a cishave returned from Crab Orchard, much tern. He had been disappointed in 2. We approve the earnest, manly and bouIs and a valuation of f 1,500,000,000. love. improved in health. Mr. Burdett Powcillcient administration of Hon. Kd Por- Chestnut Hill reservoir is in tho BrighA couple of children, aged 10 and 15, ell has been quite sick. Mesdames ter Thompson, by which tho school sys- ton district, a lake holding 8,000,000,000 and Robertson, of Springfield, John Snawden and Lizzie Childress were tem ot Kentucky has been so materially gallons, and covering 125 acres. A Of our stock in all departments and surrender the field to other hands grand married at New Albany, Ind. A law to are at Mrs. Margaret McCormack's. improved. boulevard encircles it which is a contin- prevent such perversions of nature Mies Mary Lusk entertained Thurs which we do with a feeling of sincere gratitude to the warm hearted ought 3. Our thanks are due to Supt. W. F. uation of Brookline Avenue, Common- to be adopted in Hoosierdom. Both of day evening in honor of her visitors. friends who have so generously sustained us, and in McClary for his universal courtesy and wealth Avenue and a spirit of gener Beacon street. The tho young people are from Jefferson Miss Mary Thomson, the following night, able instruction to tho teachers, wheth- drives in and around the city osity that we have never had cause to entertain toward any other are lovely; county, this State. invited those charming young ladies toer at school, in the Institute or any long shady lanes, whero trees interlace We propose to wind up our business with one crownLeonard Condon forged the name of gether with some others to the college community. place wherein he has jurisdiction. their emerald boughs overhead, huge Frank Shelton, a farmer of Mercer, to a and were royaly treated at both places. ing act of liberality that shall nat be equaled in years to come. 4. Wo will over recur with pride and rocks over run with honey suckle letter to the county clerk, gi ving him Mrs. Mary Jane Huffman is visitNo better assortment of goods can be found in Stanford, and all able instruction Riven on either side, wonderfully satisfaction to the ing her daughter, Mrs. CulberUon, at natural, hut permission to marry his us during the week by Prof. W. Ii Lum-lemust and will be sacrificed at once, together with the entire fixtures really the work of a landscape gardener. daughter, and got thu license. Now the Covington. She was accompanied by Wo further recommend him to the Everything is dreadfully "English you sheriu" is hunting for Condon witli a MiBsMellie Hopper, who went to see contained in our large Double Store Rooms, as we must vacate the teachers in any locality, as altogether know" hero. warrant sworn out by the old man, her father, who is much better. Mr. C. buildings in a few weeks. It is folly to talk about cost to get rid of competent and willing to give the reEnglish traps and harness, short B. Reid is at home for a few days' stay. d charging him with the crime of forgery. goods. We have got to lose money and have got the nerve to do it. quired instruction in his noble work, English cobs for horses, in comAt last the long talked of marriage He left his string of horses in charge of 6. We appreciate the deep interest parison with which your clean People shall either load up at once or forever wish they had. Fine limbed of Miss Mattie Thompson, whose beauty Rex Reid. The latter's experience while by Drs. Carpenter and Kentucky thoroughbreds manifested would look is known of many nations, is to be con- East has made htm an expert in this line of Dress Goods, including Henriettas, Broad Cloths, Plaid and O'Bannon, Prols. Grinstead and Hub- about as our dainty Dresden China summated. The day is fixed for Oct. 31. line. striped Suitings, Velvet Plushes, &c, as well as lower grades of bard, as well as visitors who have hon- American girls, when compared Miss Rertie Enoch is with Miss Dress Goods. with the Mr. William Davis, brother-in-laof the during the ruddy, sturdy, All kinds of Notions, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, ored us with their presence d English owner of the New York World, is the atagg. Mrs. George Goode has returnweek. It may be all right. Queen Sabf! fortuuate man. The ceremony will he ed home from a visit to her relatives at Shoes and Trunks will be sold at 0. We respectfully tender our thanks But for my part I prefer original George looks 10 years ideas at the Washington residence of Secreta- Covington. to our worthy secretaries, Miss Georgia and wish from the bottom of my heart, ry Carlisle. Mies Thompson leaves this younger since her return. Mr. J. R One-HaLewis and M. J. Hrough, for thu faith- we Americans would not ape "our Eng- week for Europe to select her trousseau.' Adams and daughter, Leila, are at L. B. ful dibcharge of their duties. lish cousins." Is not Bunker Hill mon- Miss Leila visited here last Adams'. 7. That W. P. Walton, tho energetic, ument a silent and ever BOOKMAKING. Thousands of yards of Prints to close at 4c per yard; best blc. Cot-tc- n winter and made a host of friends. present reminaccomplished and accommodating editor der that even a 100 years 1 yd. wide 6yc; Mrs. Weatherford and Mrs. Carpentei, ago we were best bro. Cot. 5c; in fact not one item in the Typos for tho Greek nlphabet wero of the Ixtkhiok Joi'iiNAL, deserves thu better people than they, we Americans fist cast by Aldus in 1470. Mr. James Powell, Misses Fannie and house spared all must go and quickly at that. highest esteem and gratitude of this en- Bre progressive are we not as good if not Tho firht Diblo printed with a dato Rosa Harper aro at Russell. Mrs. Ship-ma- n List of Fixtures to be Sold, regardless of Value: Five Show Castire body for his kind and constant at- better now? Why imiute is visiting relatives in Danville. Mr. was fiiiinhcd by Faust in them? work through 1 Cashier's Desk, three Clothing tention in publishing our Tables, 100 feet of Iron, display TpyefCttiiiR machines wero suggested J. B. Adatns has returned to Newport. es, Boston has long been noted for tho inthe columns of his utjle and popular pa- terest book work as early as 1842. B. and Samuel Tilden Cook spent rods, S large Rochester Lamps; One good heating stove and other J. taken In literature, science, art and for per, and that he is worthy thu patronage music. Vellum first came into uso ns a ma- Sunday at home. Tho freo public library containthings too numerous to mention. not only of the teachers, but of thu pub- ing 1,000,000 bound volumes, one of the terial for bookbinding about 1510. A splendid chance for parties wishing to rent rooms and continue lic generally. Another E.vkubsio.v To Ni agara Falls largest libraries in ttie world and free to Tho library of Gottiiigen has n Biblo be business at our stand, which we consider by far the best in the city; 0. That a copy of these resolutions all. Theru are lioO periodicals and news- written on palm loaves. Theroaro5,373 Toronto and Thousand Islands. On A published in the Intkhioh Journal of papers published pages, each mado of a siuglo leaf. 14, a Second Grand Excursion will here, nine of which are This Sale will continue from day to day until the entire stock is Stanford. bricks or tiles with be run via the Queen & Crescent from Earthenwaro ieaued daily. The llrst regular newspadisposed of. We would most earnestly insist that you come early (Signed) M. D. Hughes, Miss Jennie per was printed in Boston in 1701. There chararcters engraved or stamped on them points in Kentucky and Tennessee to and avoid the crowd that is bound to follow. wero undoubtedly tho first books. West, J. H. White, committee on reso- are about :X3 Niagara Falls, Toronto and Thousand churches, the most noted lutions. Tho first known example of bookbind- Islands, going via the Big Four Route of which aro the Roman Catholic Cathe& ing in boards in tho modern stylo was from Cincinnati. The resolutions were unanimously dral and Trinity church Unusually low rates costing, f 750,000, a Latin psalter in thu ninth century. adopted and the Institute adjourned. have been put in for this excursion. thu finest church in New England. For Some of thu early printed books, in Agents will take pleasure in giving you M. J. Bkouuii, Sec'y. many years Bishop Phillips Brooks was order to imitate manuscripts, had tho Georgia Lewis, Assistant. rector of this rates and other information. An unusu church, a man whose life initials and borders painted by baud. ally good chance to get away to the cool was pure, noble and full of good deeds. To W. L McCarty. Roman books wero often composed of J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. All Boston of whatever creed or color a number of pages of wood, strung to- and pleasant summer resorts of the north The undersigned democrats of Crab Ask any Q. & O. Agent for particulars. Orchard precinct, respectfully request loves and revere the memory of this man gether with a cord passed through a holo 4, 1894. A. S. Lytle, Div. Pass'r Agent, Read you to become a candidate to represent among mon. Orphanages, hospitals, in tho corner of each block. House Block, Chattanooga, Tenn., A. Full corpaorConMrvatory and Normal Schoolteachers. Superior courses in Literature, Muilc schools of music, art and literature Parchment was in occasional uso from Lincoln county in tho next General Aslama abound in this "home of cultchar and tho earliest times, caino into genoral Whedon, P. A T. A., Louisville, Ky., Ari. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. sembly of Kentucky. uso about 200 IJ. C, ami coutinued un- W. C. Rinearson, G. P. A., Cincinnati, D. K. Karris, J. B. Gilkerson, J. K. baked beans." The shops of all kinds til tho inventfuii of printing. Ohio. Jones, R. L. Collier, L. S. Elder, J. II. are largo and handsome. Of theatres, All tho English kings, from Henry I Qukkn it Orescent Route. Change Stephens, I). B, Kdmiston, J. D. Puttus, the Boston Museum is the oldest theatre to Edward VI, took tho coronation oath W. A. Beazley, W. II. Francis, J. W. in the United States, tho Globo, Park, on a manuscript copy of tho four evan- of time. On August 5th, a change of Ramsey, Curtis Cover, L. A. Pettus, I). Hollls street, Bowdoin Square, Tremont, gelists bound in oak boards an inch schedule took effect, by which the Lex xo, 1894. ington Vestibule will leave Junction 0. Payne, J. W. Moore, W. II. Beazly, Boston theatre and Keith's and numerous thick. This book was made in 1100. lesser lights. Thu Boston Music Hall, City at 1 i'. m. instead of 1:10; leave DanR. H. Bronaugh, W. K. Perkins, J. F. Thirty Professors and Instructors; Nine Courses of Study, as folDookKowing machines, to do tho work Uoldam, G. L. James, J. C. Magee, U. whero tho fatuous Symphony concerts of fastening together tho sheets of which ville at 1:10; Nicholas villa at 2:00; Lex- lows: Agricultural, Scientific, Biological, Chemical, Civil Engineer0. Dunigln, Danuel Holmau, J. II. Pet- take place during the winter, is a large a book is comrKfrcd, wero introduced in ington 2:30 and Georgetown 2:55 p. m ing, Mechanical Engineering, Veterinary, Classical, Normal School. tus, M. J. Harris, Win. Stuart, J. W. gloomy looking barn of a place, which 1872. Before that timo all books wore Returning, south bound, arrive George- COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. o town 10.05, arrive and leave Lexington Board in dormitories James, W. 0. Hansford, Isaac Ilerin, W. impresses one us being just thu place for sowed by hand. Tho book sewing S2.25 per week; in private families S3. 50 to 4.00. reduced tho cost nboutono-half- . heavy classical music. "Sweet Mario" or 10:30 and 10:35 a. m., arrive Danville 11:- R. Kelly, James Holmes, Jos. McClure, For Catalogues apply to St. Louis "Linger Longer, Lucy," would sound 51 nnd Junction City 12:01 noon. All W. A. Carson. JAS. K. PATTERSON, Ph. D President, about as outre in thu gloomy recesses of other trains run same as heretofore. W. THE FASHION PLATE. the Music Hall, as a bsllet girl in abbreC. Rinearsou, G. 1'. A., Cincinnati. Lexington, Ky. Those Who akk Poster. Will tul you that thu linest and healthiest viated skirts would look in the dim reDoublo skirts mo scon on somo of tho To educate a mnn is to form an indisummer resorts in the northwest are ligious light of a convent chapei. uow costumes. located along tho Wisconsin Central vidual who leaves nothing behind him; Keith's theatru just completed a short New parasols aro mado of insertion Lines, among which are Lake Villa, Fox to educate a woman is to form future Lake, Antloch, Burlington, Mukwnnago, time ago, at a cost of one half million, is and silk, with very full ruffles. Waupaca, Filield, too beautiful for me to attempt a descriparo growing moro pop- generations. E. Laboulaye. Elbow sleeves Waukesha, Neenah, Ashland nnd Duluth. Tourists and tion. Architects, fresco artists, uphol- ular, and wo aro threatened with a visThere is a power a hundred times pleasure eeekers iiguring on their next itation of tho short sleuvo mania. more powerful than that of bayonets; it Btimmor's vacation should bear this in sterers liavo vied with each other; money Striped flannel is used for bathing mind and before selecting a routo oop a spent with n lavish hand and the result Complete Line Lowest Prices. suits, and plain flannel in white, blue is the power of ideas. Chevalier. line to Jas. C. Pond, General Passenger is tho most beautiful theatru in thu Agent of tlie Wisconsin Central Lines, world. Drapories of rose pink and nilu or roil is trimmed with vcrvwido white To render a marriage happy, the husat Milwaukee, Wis., and he will send green, thousands of electric lights in braid. band should be deaf and the woman you maps, time tables and guidu books A striking costumo is mado of putty Examine our Elegant Line of containing valuable information, which tinted shadea. An electrolier in tho colored cloth. Tho skirt is cut in little blind. Proverb. ceiling could bo likened to nothing else buttonhole slits, and cardinal or ruby are mailed free upon application. Women are women but to beeomo than a huge garland of brilliant blossoms. velvet is threaded in and out. Three men are dead and four more Ushers and mothers: they go to duty through pleasattendants all in the immacLargo buttons aro worn if ono faucies missing after the wrecking and subse ulate livery. The Writing Tablets, Ladies' Correspondence Paper and Envelopes, Visladies parlor is a them. Indeed ono may wear almost any- ure. Joubert. quent burning of an oil train near Bucv-ru- dream in Louis the XIV iting Cards, &c. furniture, uphol thing that suits ono's particular figuro "I know an old soldier who had chronic of long standing to have been permanently stered, in pale blue brocade. Draperies or face, provided it is natty, stylish aud cured by taking Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and becoming. of tho most exquisite texture and colorArnica Salve. Bucziln'a Diarrhoea Remedy,'' says Edward Shumpik, a druggist Minneapolis, Minn "I Pointed wnists aro growing in favor, firoKlnent the remedy ol this city lor seven years The best salve In the world lor cuu, bruiteit ing. Daintiest and most exponsive of in chap-p- d Stanford, Ky. fever torei, ulcori, ta.lt rheum, corns lores,allletter, erup- lamps, vaBes and fill every and many of them havo soft folds of tho and consider it superior to any other medicine now and ikln hands, chilblain!, on the market for bowel complaints" 25 and 50c tions. It poiitively eurea pllti,orno pay requir- avails! le space. The performance Ja material or of somo contrasting fabric bottles of this remedy for sale br Dr. S. G. Mocked. Il It guaranteed to give perfect satisfactioa MY STOCK OF- l'rice S cents per box. vaudeville in character and continuous around tho lower edge of thu bodico, er, Druggist, Stanford, Kv. refunded, or money For lale by A. R. Penny, Stantnrd, Ky. from 10:30 a. m. to 10:30 r. m. One of witli a bow, bucklo or rosette to fluisli point in front. Kenneth Pazemore had the good fortune to rethe strong attractions this week, (the tho Guaranteed Cure. Cnambeilain's a The flgnro jacket of embroidery or ceiveandsmall bottle olRemedy when Colic, ChollHarrhoea three era We authoiire our advertiied druggist to sell you program is changed each week,) is a song his family were sick with dysentery. This laco is worn with dresses of nil sorts. A for Consumption, Discovery Dr. King's New upon tbia condition: If you and dance by Ave beautiful young woall and Coughs and Colds, modification of this style, which really one small bottle cured themW, Ilaker,he had some gave to a prominent are alllicled with a Cough, Cold or any Luug, men entitled "Linger, Longer, Lucy," amounts to a trimming, shows tho jack- led which he place, Geo. Lewitton, N. C, and It curmcrchanfot the Throat or Chest Trouble andwill use this remedy according to direction, giving it a fair trial and 'The latest London craze." Imitating et fronts with sections of the material ed him of the same complaint. orWhen troubled cholerp morbus with dysentery, diarrhoea, colic cxpennce no benefit, you may return the bottle again. But the girls are pretty, song merely meeting over tho shoulders. give this remedy a trial and you will be more than and have your money refunded. We could not wuh the result. The prale that natutal-- y make this offer If we did not know that Dr. Kings catchy and dance graceful. Even if it Bathing costumes occupy tho attenfollows its introduction anu use has made it veNew Discovery could be relied upon. It never Tablets, &c, is very large and ry popular. 35nd 50 cent bottle for sale by Dr. A disappoints. Trial bottles free at A. K. Fenny'i uoes smacic oi me music Halls across tion of many of tho fashionables. drugstore. Large sire joe and $1. novelty is mado of bright rod serge, 8. G. Hocker, Drufrjjist, .Stanford, Ky. the water. s The women of Boston are homely, with sleeves and waist trimmed with Ouro for Headache. My boy was taken with a disease resembling of was bloody llux. A a remedy for all forms of Headache Electric spectacled, Btralght-lacelooking much white. A whito sash with embroidered Cnamberlain's The first thine I thought Diarrhoea Colic, Cholera and to be the very best. It effects and fringed ends is knotted about tho Bitters has proved Remedy. Two doses of it settled the matter and permanent cure and the mot dreaded habitual older and planer than the men. They i headache yields to ill influence. We urge waist. Now York Lodger. cured him sound and well. I heartily recommend sick mannerism of Wesbottle and give sneer at the this remedy to all persons suffering from a like all who are afflicted to procure a ol habitual complaint. I will answer any Inquiries regarding remedy a fair trial. In cases and Southern people. But if I were tern this Desperate George Kennedy disem- it when stamp is enclosed. I reler to any county Call and See Us. Electric Hitter cures by giving the needed tone to the bowel and few cases long re- a man, I think the girls who amputate boweled App Boawell with a razor, at ollicialaa tomy tehability. Wm. Koach, J P., Pnmroy. Campbell county, Tenn. For sale by mediclm. Try it once. sist theuse ol this their Rs in silvery voices, gowned in Midway, Dr. S. G. Hocker, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. F3CXTXT7. bottles onlv so cents at A. K. Penny Drug itoro. 6 QiWB - IBiriEo99 good-a-ma- n B. F. Jones & Son's well-know- Farewell to Stanford. Closing and Clearance Sale, y. bang-taile- w large-frame- wo-me- lf Regular Prices. B. F. JONES SON. -- Stanford Female College. Next Session Begins Tuesday, Sep. State College tKentueky Opens September ma-chin- Globe-Democra- t. m School Books and School Supplies, New School Tablets and Slates. STATIOIsTEET -- I s. diar-rhoc- a m W. B. McROBERTS, DRUGGIST, bric-a-bra- c, m mem-bers- of FINE PAPERS, SCHOOL BOOKS. d, Our Prices Can Not Be Duplicated. A. K. , d on Druggist. K jfesan--j- ., z.MjaH&l-&rJ&&- ) , Jgjia. - -t -- ? i5gj-S- v 'fSf-fiW-n CTfjieiPtftvIe rt"& t -- fTfTri Hf .IrTyto V1' t Semi-Week- ly n 1 n V f t t i Irs f V l f U v l I) I 4 A: I At Buffalo, Mrs. Fromm threw sula Tho Bitter Root Stud Stakes at phuric acid in the face of Mies Leber. wero won by Pierre Lorillard's his wife and himJoseph Hunt shot Stanford, Kr., - August 7, 1894 Foxhall at odds o'f 9 to 10. self in Now York. She is dead and he is Keene's Agitator was Bocond and Col. dying. n sonbretto, Jack Ohinn's Lissnk was third. Patti Rosa, the W. P. WALTON. Tho entries for the trot died in New York from an operation for at Torre Haute this month havo been appendicitis. GREAT SALE CONTINUED. Mad with grief for her dead son announced. They are: Alix, 2:07J; DEMOCRATID NOMINEES. Belle Vara, 2:08 j; and Ryland Mrs. John Owen, of Findlay, O., suicidJAS. B. M'CREARY FOR CONGRESS.. Our remarkably low prices arc a blessing these hard times to peoT. 2:07$. Diroctum is not entered, being ed by crtting her throat. dally. Th out of condition. GIVENS For County fudge..... J AS. WALKER Lexington has another ple who have no money to fool away. Two dollars' worth of goods G. 11. COOPER ' Clerk M. S. Baughman's Ella B., trial 2:23, for A. P. A. paper, called tho Central Kenone dollar. ' Attorney. J. B. PAXTON tucky Times, made its appearance Sun- ia now with Gay Bros. & Garrett's string ..T. D. NEWLAND Sheriff.... and will be shown to the pole with great The list which follows shows some of the places where the price is day. K. D. KENNEDY ' Assessor. G. V. DEBORD s " Jailer of the grand stand of mare, Lou Chief, that sold for $1,800 a cut the deepest. There's where the throngs will be. Fall in line the Chicago base ball club was destroy- week ago. This will bo a hard team to and help yourself. ed by firo Sunday, during tho game with beat in any kind of a ring. Tuk Monticello Republican didn't fill Tho Harrodsburg Democrat says that Cincinnati. a long felt want nor was itseditor a want Editor T. D. Marcu.m, of the Catletts-bur- g Frank Vedder, n base ball player, M. T. Throlkeld's 150 acres of wheat avlong felt in the quiet little mountain Democrat, wants to fill the vacanright temple by a eraged 27 bushels and was all sold at tom. Instead of trying to inculcate re- cy in Congress occasioned by the resig- was struck on the Gloversville, N. Y. 49c. Sales of 200 lain Its at 3 to 3 , a car ball in a game at publican dogmas as was ostensibly his nation of Mr. Faynter, nominated for load of 1,000 cattlo at 2 to 3c and two mission among the heathen democrats of judge of the court of appeals, and in and instantly killed. are also Black Hose reduced from ioc to 5c, Fancy Hose from 20c to ioc, of the work done so far by car loads of 150 hogs at 4 to A review the good county of Wayne, he devoted common with his other journalistic the 53d Congress shows thpt so far as reported. 25c to 15c. Ladies' Handkerchiefs; Swiss Embroidered worth 25c, his time to airing himself on the boule friends wo should be glad to see his There hasn't been a great deal of is concerned," the body is not reduced to ioc. Men's Handkerchiefs, fancy border, reduced from vard and making mashes on susceptible ambition realized, even if his term would quantity r old sad. in tho legislation talk about S. T. Harris' young damsels. This action was looked end next March. Mr. Hart has been behind its predecessors die mare, but sho was good enough to 20 to ioc. Silk finished Suspenders worth 25c reduced to ioc, silk accomplished. upon with some disgust, but the fellow nominated for the next term and of The Japanese Government has call- got second money in the stako for saddle finished w'th wirc'.bucklc, worth 35c, reduced to 15c. Was tolerated, till he wrote a letter to a course Col. Marcum would have to stand ed on the Armour Packing Company, of mares and geldings at the Danvillo Fair. strange young lady asking her to fly aside then. Kansas City, for its price on half a mil- Logan Denny rode her and did bo very with him to some far offapot, where all creditably indeed. Bro. Greek says ho did not ask the ci- lion pounds of canned cornbeef for the the world forgetting by the world forgot, me jessamtno journal tells ot a Japanese army. they could live and love to their heart's ty council of Richmond to "protect" his of Oumminsville, wonderful increase in the weight of 39 George H. Holmes, content. The young lady, neither hav- business. He is a free trader from start sacrifice his Bon hoga. They were fed for 40 days on Men's fine Percale, with Laundered Collars and Cuffs attached, worth desiring to use them in to finish. The Register is unalterably Ohio, is inspired to ing wings nor William for the salvation of his own swelled corn, and took on an averngo of $1, and $1.25, reduced to such a flight, if she had, showed the let- and irretrievably opposed to protection, 75c. to starve him to death. three pounds each per day. One of tho ter to her "popper," who with sundry but if it is determined on, and all the soul and tried food at the point of a lot, a stag, increased in weight in the FINE CLOTHING for hot weather, men's summer coats, worth boy secured other citizens united at once in a press- lame ducks in town are to be pensioned, The aboyo time, 175 pounds, a fraction over $ I, reduced to 50c. Men's Si. 50 thin coats and vests go at Si. wo don't see why, just because they are revolver. ing invitation for him to leave town. Dr. R. Baynes, of Rockland, Maine, 4 pounds. The hogs wero sold to Mr. Men's thin alpaca coats and vests, worth S3, reduced to Si. 75. That Settle- -d it. Mr. Settle did not getting rich, the newspapers should not is 99 years old, but has good teeth and Carroll nt 4Jc. and Mr. Barkley realized In fact he be also included in the list. wait for a second request. $3.75 per barrel for tho corn fed. Mr eyesight, uses neither liquors, tobacco, complied instanter and standing not on Tub day of the Confederate soldier tea, nor coffee, and sleeps in an iron Carroll sold tho hogs in Cincinnati at tbo order of his going went at once to 1 5.40. nearing its end, when a young fel- chair for the sake of its supposed greener fields, or where the girls are seems W. A. Tnbble's mare, Kate Malloy, value. greener and the "poppers" less particu- low who never smelled gun powder beat an old war horse for the democratic nomMiss Sallie Curd, for three years met defeat twico at the Danvillo Fair, SOO pairs, all solid leather, fine shoes, nicely finished, lar. His editorial duties being thus in7 to 13, will ination for governor of Georgia and a stamp clerk at the Lexington postoilice, something very unusual for her. In with, Mr. Settle is doubtless go at Si, worth double the money. Ladies' Oxfords reduced from terfered veteran in the first Kentucky has been discharged. Tho reason given the saddle stake for mares and geldings now counting railroad ties at his favor district has to give way to a younger as- is that she would not Bpeak to Mrs. she got the fourth tie, Sadio Graves, S. Si to 65c, Si. 25 to 75c. Men's Pants worth S2 and S2.25, reduced ite pastime of tramping. to Si and Si. 25. Men's Suits $7 and SS, reduced to S5 and S5.50, pirant For once the people did not ask Whitefield, who is in charge of the T. Harris' unnamed mare and J. W. Naunetto defeating her nomifor bread and get a Stone. department. money-orde- r The democrats of Georgia have S14 and 15.00 reduced to Sio. 300 pairs Ladies' Dongola Patent The Chinese are said to be anxious in tho order named. In the Bweepataku Leather Tip Shoes, Heels nated W. Y. Atkinson for governor. Ue and Spring Heels, from 2tf to 7, just reNEWSY NOTES. to bring abcut a cessation of hostilities) saddle stake sho wore tho third tie, Sais 41, has served several terms in the die Graves and Highland Denmark beat- ceived, brand new stock, will go this week at 90; worth Si. 50. urging that as this is a special year of Legislature, of which he was speaker one W. A. Hopkins has been appointed grace, being the Empress Dowager's 60th ing her and Monto Christo, Jr , coming session, and held other ofiices. The main birth year, there must bo no fighting, fourth. Mr. Ball, who rodo Kato Malfight in the convention was over the re- postmaster at Eminenco. loy here, was not in condition to ride One man was killed and five seri- and they will forgive the Japanese. question, but it was port on the silver John Vance, a wealthy farmer, of her at Danville, and this may possibly finally adopted. It demands the immed- ously wounded by afire at Detroit, Mich. Father and son killed each other ov- Fnvette. went to sleep on a fence whilo account for her falling short of her usual iate passage of such legislation as will reer a political dispute at Wbitesbure. overseeing bis men, and fell off, hurting success. Farris Sandidgo rode her, ond KTT., store silver to its constitutional position Tenn. to attract while ho did well, it is not supposed himself badly. He was unable as a money metal, and will secure at once Philip Hananer, of Dfyton, O., was attention, and lay there several hours that he could have shown her to as good A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor the free and unlimited coinage of gold Bilver on a parity and give to every fined 14 and cost for holding a redbird before he was discovered and put to bed. advantago as Mr. Ball, who has handled and T. D. RANEY. Manager. Mrs. de Navarro, better known as her for several months. dollar in circulation, whether coin or pa- captive. Lewis Denny, of Gallipolis, O., has Miss Mary Anderson, is about to leave per, tho same debt paying and purchasThe French are, after all, the smallest ing power. A compromise resolution 24 children and has just married his Tunbridge Wells, where she has resided consumers of champagne. Brussels and for somo years past, and to make London 8was adopted expressing an abiding faith third wife. London, Petersburg and New York are Mrs. Jacob Plice, of Ashland, O.' her home. Her memoirs, which will in the wisdom, courage, patriotism and ahead of them. The meager allowance honesty of President Cleveland, in lieu CDmmitted suicide by drowning herself have as a frontspiece her portrait by for the mere patrie is but ono bottlo per AndWatts, are Bhortly to bo given to the year for every nino of the of an endorsement of his administration, in a watering trough. population. In a battle at Asan over 2,000 Japan- public. aphis silver views not meeting with the The foreigner, ever abounding in treaese were killed, the Chinese being victoMuch difference of opinion as to tho sons, stratagems and wiles, imports probation of the ultra silverites. rious for the first time. advisability of another bond issuo is reof tho total supply and exports Abe Smith, of Tipton, O., was kick- ported among treasury officials at WashIn the primaries Saturday Hon. A. B. back to Franco his "cold, heavy, and Montgomery was nominated over D. R. ed to death by a mule. His brother ington. The President and secretary Now in stock will be sold Murray in the 4th district by more than met a similar death a year before to day. Carlisle, however, are of the opinion melancholy beer." k All Wliimli Unci 2,000 majority, while Hon. J. K. At Lowndesville, S. 0., Sam Black- that the situation does not give any just Mr. Wluinn was 111 a jovini mood downs.the gallant old, burn and his bride of four days were cause for apprehension and predict a deConfederate, Hon. W. J. Stone, in tho 1st killed by tramps for the purpose of rob- cided change for the better in tho finan- when his bail bond for $30,000 was signed by Mr. Charles Uroadwny Itou.iH. by a decisive majority. Tho first result bing the house. cial situation with the passage of the leaving tho district attorJust was expected but it was hoped that Mr. The first frost of the season in Indi- tariff bill. ney's oillcoMr. llouss asked Mr. Wiman 8tone would be continued in Congress, ana was seen about Wabash Saturday A dastardly crime was committed at if bo had any money. where he has made a good record, if not morning. Wisconsin. Iowa and ebras-k- a Uniontown. A young man named Wal "I don't know," replied Mr. Wiman, a brilliant one. Both nominations are of had heavy frosts then. ter Thompson was attending a party at digging down into his vest jockut. My Stock of- There are 107 State and 13 private tho residence of Mr. Waldin. While Bi- ""ies, I've still got this," ho oxolnimcd, course equivalent to an election, as no reDublican has tho hardihood to claim banks in Kentucky with an nggregate tting near a window chatting gaily, nil suddenly pulling out a $2 bill. "Is that all?" asked Mr. Rons. any thing in those democratic strong capital of 1G,001,722.S0 and total resour- unconscious of his approaching doom, a "I guwrt that's all that's loft," ces of nearly holds. millions. murderous shot was fired by Borne unMr. Wiman, When a murder is committed in known party, taking, effect in the head "nlthough I may with a fnint smile, Is complete, havo a fow dollars every piece being bought direct from-thbest manufacfor the assassination Argentina, it is customary TnE trial of Santo to put every just between tbo eyes and producing nioro in my valise." turers the country affords. If you want a bill of Furniture I will Carnot, at Lyons, France, possible witness in prison and keep him of President death. Tho men then left tho building. make it short, sharp and decisive. The jury, there until the real culprit is convicted. The ship used by the Wellman polar Now York Dispatch. after less than 15 minutes, returned a The bill to subject National Bank expedition has been lost in the ire off The New Lord Chief Jtutlcr. verdict of death and in a few webks the notes and United States treasury notes Walden Island. Explorer Wellman and Tho now lord chief justice, wJio has anarchist's bead will be dropped in the to State taxation was passed by the Sen- all of his men save a few who had been basket. When the verdict was announc- ate. It was passed by the House some left to guard the vessel were away at the just taken his peat, makes n striking figure on tho bench, says a London cor- To come to Stanford. You will find that 50 or 100 miles will be a ed, he hallooed with mock bravado, "vive time ago. time. No lives were lost, and many of respondent. Clad in a now whito wig a pleasant as well as profitable trip when you learn that my la revolution, eociale," "vive la anarchie," A beet factory has been started at the instruments and other valuables and and a bright gray gown, ho is tho but utter hopelessness and despair set Cbino, Cal., which is the largest in the a quantity of provisions were removed of dignity. Ho has taken tied on his countenance, which habitu world. It will use 1.000 tonB of beets before the ship went to pieces. with him to tho bench tho famous snuffn ally wore a forced smile, when he' heard per day, and its daily out-pof refined Than any quoted in Kentucky. Give me a call. and his party continued on their box to which ho frequently resorted when torturing Borao poor victim on the words of the judge that pronounced sugar will be 140 tons. Northward course over tho ice. cross examination and tho immenso banbis awful doom. John Glacking, a grocer at Williams-towdanna which ho often waved as a flag of was murdered at his door by Jas. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. A handful of men calling themselves triumph on tho legal battlofiold. Ho has been much mora attentive and quiet populists met at Harrodsburg and nomi- O'Hara, the drunken son of Dr. O'Hara, The Register Bays the Richmond during tho cases thus for hoard than nated one Oswald Thomas, of Shelby master commissioner of Grant county. Fair cleared about ISO0. many of his judicial associated Congress. Not to know Mr. Thomas O'Hara is wild with grief. for John Spoonamore sold to Prewitt & The Pullman Company will not emmay be to argue ourselves unknown, but Wood a bunch of heifers at 2)c. ploy any A. R. U. men nor any oth we must admit that we had never heard Billy Button, 21 years old, trotted a ers who had taken an active part in perO of him until the honor of assisting the The Drug-Stor- e quarter in 32 seconds last week. Opposite the Myers House is the place to buyjfyour --38 republicans to elect their candidate was suading the workmen to utrike, or enE. T. Pence sold to Beazley Bros., of forcing them to stay out. & thrust (?) upon him. But Mr. Thomas cattle at 3jc. Mrs. Elizabeth Jervis, of Amityville, Garrard, 15 gnaw a file. will Corn and wheat are at the same L. I., has just celebrated her hundredth notch at Greenville, O., 44c per bushel. birth-daassisted by her 8 children, 22 It is said that the Conference Com3 School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, Louisville has joined the trotting aschilmittee on the tariff is nearly agreed, grandchildren and 42 sociation and will have a meeting this Liquors for Medical Purposes. dren and three of the next generation. which n that it will report a bill a. fall. by Thursday, an adjournwill be passed A mob of Slavonians at Leith, Pa., p Saladin pushed Robert J. out in 2:05 J 3 ment will be effected by Saturday and stripped a young girl of her clothing and a. day. Pretty good the boys will come marching home to fix after tying her to a tree, whipped her for at Cleveland the other Call and see us. pacing. up their fences. There is many a slip over and hour and then left her to be There are 50 pacers going the rounds in such matters, however, but let us spat upon and tormented for six hours. of the Grand Circuit that can go in 2:12 1 is at least in sight. ST pray that the end She had been guilty of a violation of the or better. n moral code. Will Baughman sold to J. M. GarALl MY The fusion of republicans, populists J What remained of Chicago's lumber com rett, of Woodford, a and prohibitionists cut down the demo- district was again visited by fire, but it bined gelding for $140. cratic majority for supreme judges in was checked after a loss of $100,000 had c J. B. Uaggin, the millionaire turf Tennessee, but it is still large enough been sustained. Fire also did S80.000 man, has bought the famous English purposes, being from damage in for all practical the business center. The re- gelding, Goldfinch for 4,000 or $20,000. July and January and without any exception those whose accounts 10,000 to 15,000. The South is solid, no vised estimate of tho loss by Wednesday n Thos. Henry Clay delivered to John are six months past due what kind of a combination tries night's fire places matter n it at f 1,910.000. a. Hildreth 1,100 sheep Friday. They to prevail against it. The Denver Mint showed a gain in weighed 8S.035 pounds, averaging 80 lbs. Hon. Evan Settle settles the matter gold received from the mines during Ju- The price was 4jc, or $3,084 07. Paris n finally by saying that he is in the race to ly of more than a half million dollars ov- Kentuckian. no proposition from Mr. er the corresponding month last year. stay and that William Mqreland, who has han5 o Owens or anybody elso looking to his Last year's July the gold received by the dled over 0,000 lambs this year, tello us Do not be surprised at seeing it on your account and do not ask me withdrawal will be considered a mo- Denver Mint was $210,857; this year's that he lost money on all of them except to deduct it. a ton of a couple of ment. All the same, wo do not think July itis$73S,50o-moretb- an He estimates his gold gained. CO Mr. Settle is in it, but ho might be. loss at about $1,500. Sura-togAn-nisetwell-knowfree-for-a- Interior Journal Mb. L. D. Sampson, who is now on the editorial eUd of the Oincinnati Commercial Gazette, had a three column article in that paper reviewing the congressional situation in Kentucky and sums up to his own satisfaction, at least, that she will probably elect members in the 3d, 4th, 5th, 10th and 11th districts and possibly in the Sth and 0th. Bro. Sampson is evidently a space writer and determined to do his part towards filling the 24 pnges of that newsy Journal. The sky is just as apt to fall as thnt any of his predictions are to come true. Tho statement that Dr, Roberts has Gov. McCreary on n dead run and will beat him is the baseless fabric of an imagination which has not yet become accustomed to the change from tho pure Kentucky article to the Cincinnati rotcut. Ex-Go- v. Blair, of Michigan, is dead at Jackson, of Bnght's disease. C. J. Hamlin offered tho owners $40,000 for the great pacer, Rubenstein. The offer was refused. four-year-old -- THE- tooisville Store's ll Pix-lo- y, Two-third- ILABIIK B9 HOSE. 1 four-yea- magnetic MEN'S SHOES one-legg- ed Gar-rett- 's LOUISVILLE : STORE, STA1TTORD, ICE) - CHESTS -- two-thir- REFRIGERATORS W. H. WEAKEN & CO. Hen-dric- Lt-fr- . one-legg- ed lx-for- fifty-tw- o ro-pli- Household Furniture e ! in-sta- nt TO YOUR INTEREST Well-ma- FMKOES ut AEE UWWWB, n, W. W. WITHERS. m DR S. G. HOCKER, DRUGGIST. Drugs, School Supplies, PR. g. C. y, great-gran- d to-d- ay The Best Goods for the Least Money, HOCZBR, Tli Druggist. -- four-year-o- ld o fffid t?a Accounts : Are : Due ! car-load- s. o o 0 Will be Charged Interest H. J. McROBERTS. mjt-- L .t ;. &&HWuGU .,. Jttecd&i wi.-w- . ;JJS''i : &! !jft!3-S- f jn j- - i tft t i.f.-- ir - r Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 7, 1891 Belt bucklea 60c m at Danks. 9 m bar-ne- Wr arc closing out our etock of W. H. Wearpn fc Stanford Kt., - Auoust Co. You can save money by buying your tinwaro of W. II. Wearen & Co. E, C. Walton, Business Manager MEANS 1U81HE88. Penny Iibb tho best stock and will sell watches and jewelry lower than you can buy elsewhere. For Sale. One Emerson piano, in good order, also one Bet of bed room furniture. Address Box 20, Hustonvillo. nt Buy your school booko nntl school aup plica of all kinds nt A. II. Penny's. Watch u, clocks anil jowolry repaired and warranted. Engraving a specialty, at A. K. runny s. A. K. Penny's. Please call at HigginB it McKinnoy's TitulargoBtHtock of Druga. Medicines, rerfumery, Paints and Wall Paper at and pay your McKlnney it Hockcr Inscriptions a special- ty. and oblige W. B. McKinney. N 'Money saved is mouey mndo." Buy PERSONA LP0INTS. your groceries mid hardware nt W, H. Wearen it Co.'s cash storo and make Mas. W. M. Laikky is quite ill. money. Mi KoflK Jonkh left yesterday for a few weeks' stay nt Kstill Springs. Ik you want your watch or any jowolMus. P. W. Giibkn remains bedfast ry repaired, take it to Penny's. Mr. from a sovero nbacera in her head. Deckelmnn docB tho work well nnd a cusMm. 0. W. Biio.NAUUH and Miss Min- promptly; never disappoints tomer. nie Munday are visiting in Madison. Mn. J. A. Chait and his handsome An aged negro woman at Richmond, wife, of Louisville, were bore Saturday. aunt Peggy Jackson, claims to bo the Mus. Julia Uraio Dunn returned yesmother of Pete Jackson, the noted puterday from a visit to relBltlves in Dan- gilist. Pete's backers havo claimed all ville. along that he is Australian, and "not Miss Gi.i.kn Ballou was up from a d n nigger." last week on a visit to her home. By a notice in this issue it will ho seen folks. Dr. W. B. Pknny and Peter Straub, that B. F. Jones A Son have decided to Jr., went to Liberty Sunday on their pull up stakes and leave us, which will be generally regretted. From now until wheels. Misia.yA!.UK Bbury and Mary Oatts, they go you can get goods at your own of Monticello, are guests of Mrs. Mark price from them. Soin-'ere- Collaretts, the newest thing for the dialectn hnvn linnn mutorail onI narta rt ladles at Danks, the jeweler. the Bible and other books have been HI printed in these languages, while it Ib New 1801 tax books open. Call and estimated that 8,000,000 of the natives settle at once. J. N. Menefee, sheriff. " For the best Advertisement of our business written by any lady in have more or leBS knowledge of the gos Lincoln county and to be printed in this space, wc will give free, II. F. Horton is moving his stock of pel ot (Jurist. furniture to Highland, whero he will The annual taxes of the world ag continue the business. gregate tho enormous sum of $4,350,000,-00Wilkinson Bros, are doing nicely in Another polar expedition, the Jack- the barbering business. Their shop Ib Contest open for any lady, married or single. Only one "ad" must sailed for the frozen neat and cool. Give them a trial. north Sunday from Archangel, Russia. be sent by each person, who must sign their proper name and address Rkv. W. J. Holtclaw, of Owensbo-ro- , This expedition will make tbe experi- All must be in by Aug. io. After that date we will print them in hns a namesake at Mr. Geo. S. Car- ment of utilizing Russian ponies, a rotation as they they are received. Mail "ads" to penter's. It's nn unusually gamo chick- number being taken on the "Wind warn." en of tho male persunslon. i. NEW ADYEBTISEMKNTH. The democratic county committee is e requested to meet at the in STANFORD, KY. Stanford at '2 v. m., Aug. Kt, to set the RUSSELL & a timo and manner for nominating -- ..Pioprieto i for magistrato nnd constable in the tho various prfclnctw of the county. R. R. Gentry, Chairman. CONTEST FOR LADIES fl Dlamnnrj and Emerald Ring. ! in 0. DANES', : Court-Hous- The : Jeweler. candi-dnte- BROWN, Iluitoville, Ky. VESTDOME HOTBJIi, Main and Danville Sis first-clas- , recently and The 0. will run no excursion to thoWehave throughoutrepainted preparedrefurniihed House and are to accoms Old Point this month, owing to the K. modate the p'.biic In style. Our Kates are very reasonable and a good table at all times. P. rate to Washington, but Mr. G. W. Special attention to traveling men Elegant sam- C. & Only a flan Left. to-da- y Barney, district passenger agent, writes Mr. J. S. Uocker that he will make a rate on any train to a party of 10 at $15 to Old Point and return. ple room attached. Also a saloon nection with the Hotel. Call and see us. first-clas- s con$ I I Ecu Pennington tells us that Mr. Greenborry Bright objected so seriously to dancing on his place that tho Hubble dancing club have moved their pavilion to Cold Spring, a beautiful spot on Mr. B. W. Givens' farm, whero dances will bo held every Saturday afternoon. Mh. GnaENiiERRY Bright, who is 91 years nM personally defended a suit Hgainst him in Judge Varnon's court fsterday, brought by Constable Benedict for fees and costa on n claim he handled for him. The old gentleman made a strong argument, but he was mulcted with cost, &c. He says it is an illegal decision and is going to still fight the case. I will m)I at public auction on Saturday, August 18, '94, At 1 P. M. my entire lot of Household and Kitchen furniture consisting of sets of Furniture, Elea cant Folding lied Parlor Furniture, Including . handsome horn chair, and other nice chairs, ,Ve. Will ahotell bedding and bed clothes, as well as everything In my kitchen. Two good cook stoves, plates, dishes, Ac. TERMS Sums under 810, cash, over that amount credit of 30 days. Negotiable not required. WILLIAM MORELAND. ' Stanford, Ky Of our great closing sale of Summer Goods, and you must come at 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 6ljC. All our White Dress Goods and Light Shades in Woolen Dress Goods at once if you would secure them. ONE - HALF all-wo- : VALUE. "Ar t that Lincoln, Mercer, Boyle and Garrard Aug. 1, leaving one child. Her maiden counties combine on a Fair next year is ami Susan Baughman. Mus. M. D. Klmohk and Miss Nnnnio name was Mills and she was a native of n good one, and we second the motion Marra left yeaterdny for a visit to rela- Missouri. very heartily. One Fair In four countives at Campbellsvllie. 0. D. Beiicaw, passenger agent of tho ties is sufficient and with Danville's Clayton Wlst and Robert Kentucky Midland, writes: "We will ac beautiful grounds, splendid accommoda Mbmi! Davis, of Nicholasville, havo been vis- cept and transport with promptneess tions and Bitch a territory to draw from, iting a couple of our pretty girls. local and through passengers. We are there can bo no doubt about making Mh. Jkwb M. Alvkhson, of this ofllce, also moving all classes of freight with- such a Fair a success financially and oth was the guest of the fnmily of Mr. B. E. out delay." The road has been tied up erwise. i Court, at Greensburg, Saturday. by the sheriff. The Caledonian Society continues to Mk. 0. C. Bukbsb, of Murfreeaboro, Frost"! in tho Northwest sent the mer draw like a circus, notwithstanding rb Tenn., Is here on a visit to his friends in cury away down here and ovorcoata in Mr. S. W. Mencfee said, tho public ought girl In particular. general and his August were as comfortable na gauze to have become tired of tho same speak Ben Hardin m! Lewis Ontts, of shirts were the latter part of April. Yes- era nnd the same speeches. Mr. W. S. are with tho former'a brother, Burch delivered the welcoming address, Mr. Mark Hardin, at tho St. Asaph Ho terday was as delicious asnn October day. Tho weather service says it will be slight- which "possibly" has never been ex tel. ceeded in beauty, wit and sarcasm. Lo Mb. Wii.lMorki.ajh and wife have ly warmer and fair Tuesday. 1 1 gan Hughes and Ashby Warren declaim decided to go to boarding niul will have Mr. W. F. Sheridan, chief train dis- ed very creditably; Berney Fish made a sale on Aug ISth, of their household patcher, tells us that the stocK train on music with his fiddle nnd the bow, Miss goods. tho K. C. will run up to Stanford com. Nora Moreland in a clear, sweet voice Samuel W. Mrnkpkk went to tho menciug with instead of stopping sang "Wont You bo my Sweetheart ?" as Deerlng Camp Meeting Sunday and had at Rowlnnd as heretofore. This will be if sho was not already supplied. She almich a good time thnt hu will go agiiin much moru convenient for our shippers. so sang 'Thinking." Misses Pearl Burn-sid- e next Sunday. Tiie train will leave on Tuesdays and and Ethyl Beazley recited most adJohn B. DkNarih went to St. Mary's Saturdays. mirably and then tho debate began. J. yesterday, wliero ho ban been awarded L. Beazley and W. 11. Shanks affirmed the contract to paint and paper tho large The Lodge of Knights of Pythias is that tho Love of Fame has more influconsidering the question of building a male school building. hull for its use and Sir Knights J. S. ence in human affairs than tho Lovo o' A lick Bauoiiman has returned Mus Money, nnd S. W. Menefeo nnd Richard from n visit to her, sister, Mrs. Montie Owsley, Jr., W. 11. Wearen and J. T. Embry are investigating for tho best lo- Bush spoko for tho negative. The judgFox. at Danville. Miss Mary Dunn cation. If built it will likely be an add- es, G. D. Hopper, W. F. McClary and with her and Is her guest, W. L. Withers, decided thnt tho nega Du. L. B. Cook, who had a couple of ed story to the Interior Journal buildtive had the best of tho argument. R. ribs broken by falling against his bugk'y ing. M. Nowland read tho paper, which was i wheel two months ago, has been sufIn her Institute notes last issue Miss both entertaining and amusing. The fering greatly, hut is nble to bo up again. Georgia U said that soma of the meeting then adjourned till Saturday, Judge T. .. Moiutow and wife, of Som- young ladies would like to bo White Aug. ISth. erset, passed up to Crab Orchard Springs without the use of cosmetic, whereupon "CHURCHAFFAIRS. or so. Hu has Mr. White dashed off tho following nnd Sunday to spend a week from his recent severo gnvo to us: nearly recovered Tho 51th nnnual meeting of the operation. Miss Georgia L., ho truo and fair, Kentucky Christians will be held in Mr. ani Mrs Georok II. Bruce, of With beautiful tresses of golden hair, Lexington August 22 23. Lexington, spont a couplo of days hero Need not make a long nnd labored fight, The missionaries in Cores are in with friends. It was Mre. Bruco's first For without cosmetics she can bo White. great danger and the Presbyterians have visit for a long time and nil were glad to Mil. R. 0. Enhlkman ia offended be- petitioned President Cleveland for their see her looking so well. cause this paper referred to his attack of protection. Miss Dolly Williams, of Hustonvllle, vertigo in Danville the other day as n fit. When Gen'l Booth, of the Salvation spent several dayB hero this week with Ho never had n fit in his life, he Bays, Army, held a review at Crystal Palace, Mrs. W. A. Sears. Miea Dolly has a host and if any of the Engleman family ever London, recently, 60,000 Salvationists, in of admiring friends In Kicholaavllle who had ono he is not awaro of it. No, ladies uniform were assembled. nro always glad to seo her. Journal. and gentlemen, and especially the ladieB, A New York preacher maintains Mr. and Mrs. Will Sevbhanck and it was not a fit, hut a plain, every day that tho Scriptures teach that there will Miss Anno ShankB took tho early train case of vertigo, induced by sovero heat. only-bHis men angels in Heaven. yesterday to visit the family of Col. J. in making the assertion is not object who George L. Penny did not win tho llye A. Pickett In Shelby. The colonel, apparent, unless ho wants to boom the had been here a few days, returned with mile handicap at Danville, but rode a other place. yery creditable race and got third monthem. Rev. John Godbey, who is conductBowman loft yeatorday ey, lie and Eugene Pearce, of Danville, Mm. Mary W. ing a meeting at tho Methodist church Miss started from tho scratch, while the othfor her new home in Danville. at Highland, is having great success. Virginia and Master Horaco will not go er nine starters were given from 50 to There have been 32 confessions to date, till Thursday. Their friends here are l!o0 yards. Tho finish waa close, with and a great awakening of the members glad to have them nearer than Lexing- Shelton first, Jean second and Penny ol the church. ton, where they have mado their home third. Timo 14:42J. As Penny heat Rev. and Mrs. W. E, Cilia have rePearce, tho other scratch man, and was for several years. turned. While in Brooklyn Mr. Ellis conin tho bunch at tho finish, he wont the preached twice at the large Tompkins A note from Mr. J. H. Miller, sul to the Falkland Islands, dated at distance a second or so quicker thau any Avenue Congregational church for his New York, sayB he was preparing to sot of them. school-matMr. Bridges, to immense sail Saturday for his far off post, on tho Lawyer Davison, after many trials and congregations. Hevelius, which goea direct to Rio Jano-ri- great tribulation, has succeeded in deDr. Guerrant has returned from a whero he takes auother lino to luding a sutllcient number ol republitrip to Perry county, on ups' where a third and last change cans Into tho belief that they have a per Kentucky river. He had fine conIs made. May ho find a pleasant berth show, to form a county ticket, which will gregations. Eighty persons confessed and always be "Happy Jack." likely be nominated Monday. He heads Christ, and he baptized 75 of them as it of course for judge. There is no law morabera of the church, besides several "city and vicinity. yer but the colored Statesman, G. W. children. Jessamine Journal. New veil clasps at Danka. Gentry, who would accept the nominaThe General Assembly minutes are Seo Dank'e tion for county attorney, and he doesn't just out, and show that both tho NorthGet n diamond ring free, want him, so there will bo no candidate ern and Southern Presbyterian churches big ad. for attorney. J. F. Cummins will bo the have mado gratifying gains. Southern TiiKHuare at present two excellent candidate for clerk, II. J. Harman for Presbyterians now have 2,713 churches, on Main street vacant. sherifi, Adam Petry or Mr. Phelps, of with 199,107 mombers; $1,18S,79'J cons i Northern PresbyterianB Waynesburg, for jailer, and Tom Terry tributions. AbkJ. 0. Florence for Obelisk flour for assessor. None of them stand as have 8.0S1 churcheB; 895,997 members; beat to make whlto biscuits and the much show aa a Bnow ball does in hades, $14,012, 127 contributions. Along the west coast of Africa there light bread you ever ato. but tho bo'sa must make an effort and theaheop he has selected for the slaugh- are now about 225 churches, 40,000 conbut Tun Danville Fair was himself are as good possibly as verts. 100.000 adherents, 300 schools and It too lost monoy, another ter with we learn that languages or I pupils. Thirty-fiyfair. he could get. argument In favor of a Foil Sale oh Rknt. Tho desirable Wm. Aykrb, Ksq, of LonlBvillo, was home of the late J. M. Cook, mile West the gnest of the Minaes Pnxton Saturday of Hustonvllle. Splendid resldenco of and Sunday. 10 rooms nnd other improvements good. Mh. M. H. Ijohv, of Louisville, spent daughter Lot contains eight acres. Apply to J. B. Sunday with his wife and littlo Cook, HuBtonvJIle, or G. B. Cooper, Stannt Mr. II. T. Harris1. ford. Lon-do- n Mil. A. K. Dvchk, editor of tho Mrs. G. A. Peyton baa received inKcho, paused through hero Sunday telligence of the death of her brother's for tho Liberty court. Mini Dbiha Bauoiiman, ol Boyle, ar- wife, Mrs. Nape T. Tevis, at Missoulu, rived yesterday to visit Mlanes Nan, Kit Montana. She died of consumption, Hardin. HEAL ESTATE. W. H MILLER. H. HELM. 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 Our Large Fall Stock Which begins to arrive in this month. Ladies' Oxfords will be reduc- MILLER The Danville Advocate's suggestion Stanford, Lincoln & HELM, ed within the reach of every lady. In fact all summer goods are to be slaughtered. We shall not let up until our customers have them Real Estate Agents, ' in possessiod. Remember County, Ky. Office over First National Bank. We offer to tbe public our services In selling, exchanging and renting rial estate in Lincoln and We Are Headquarters, 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. adjoining counties We have made arrangement tor extensive advertisement ol all properties placed in our hands, and posiess facilities for bus. mess which can not be possessed by indniduals without great expense. All properties placed in our harms will receive prompt and diligent attention and eTety effort will be made to dispose of it speedily and no charge will be made unless we arc successful in doing so. PROPERTIES FOR SALE. 3 Itluc Grass Farm of 100 Acres at Rowland, Lincoln couuty. 6. Farm ol 41a Acres on Dix River, four miles Farm on pike, j miles from Stanlord; $35 per acre; 13$ acres. 17. Farm and Mill property, 95 acres, on Dix River, 4 miles from Stanford: very desirable prop ertyoflered low. Price and full description on application. iS. Very desirable and well ituproted property at Highland; 30 acres; $,ooo. Farm of 160 Acres well improved land at at Highland: fa.ioo. Farm of 156 acres, 3 miles Irom sS. Lancaster; $50 per acre. acres, 6 miles Farm ol 157 33. from Stanford ; $65 per acre. Farm 300 acres finely improved. 36 S miles from Stanford; $45 per acre. uburban propeityat Rowland, 36 acres, 37. veil improved; $4,000. A number of cheap mountain farms in Lincoln county. Number of lots in Stanford, some with A number of Improved lots in Liberty, illue-Grass Illue-CjraHlue-GraBlue-Gra- ss HUGHES & TATE. - AN - lat from 7. Stantord; 56,000. Mon-ticell- o, Exciting Finish That is what you will find at our store. We have bought and sold more Summer Goods than ever before in the history of our business. The way will stick Into prices from now till Sept. 1st will astonish you. In order to have plenty for the many who come, we have bought some new goods and they will go at it to-da- y, Case en upon application.! county. full description of these properties will be giv- ORDER OF ELECTION. 1, 1S94. 1 SEPTKMHER ' Lincoln County Court Held July 9, tSoi, Hon. . li. Vernon, Judge, Presiding. The election submitting to the voters of the Ci ty of Sianfotd whether or not spirituous, wnous or ma.tlt'tuors shall be sold, bartered or loaned therein, having become void by reason ol tho Iki! ureof the sheriff to post noticis of the same, the petitioners by attorney appeared in open court and tiled a copy of tre judgment of the Line In Circuit Court in the can of W II. Penny and others, plaintiffs, vs V E. arnn, Judge of the Lincoln County Court, upon a motion of a writ of mandamus, a cepy of said judgment having been on the day ol Jun, 1894. srrvcit upon the defendant, as judge ati.rcsaid, by his accepting same, tho portion ot said judgment awarding tho writ of mandamus is in words and figures as follows, Lincoln Circuit Court. W. B. Penny, and others, Pitts. ) to-w- Clearing Up Priees. New Duck, New Lawns, New Batiste. Light and dark trimmed French Lawns at 15c Fine Zephyr Ginghams 10c; half wool Challies 10c; 2, and 15c Percales go now at 10c. ioc Ginghams at 5c. All other goods correspondingly low, and many at less than cost to manufacturer. See what we arc showing in ladies', men's and children's Oxlords. l i-- I eilWHSHATOIE W. H. Higgins. 3 & 3 SdDNo V iii e e, o, Mon-teved- io, two-week- atore-room- This cause was submitted by the parties upon their agreed statement ol the question in controversy and ot the facta on rile, and upon tt e affidavit nn file, and on tho motion of plaintiffs for writ ot mandamus, notice of which motion was waived by the defendant, and the court being advised is ot opinion, and so adjudged that it was it was the legal duty of the defendant as judge ol the Lincoln county court to order the election asked fore by plaintiffs in their petition to said defendant, and that plaintiffs are entitled to the remedy soueht by their motion; their motion is therefore sustained, and the writ of mandamus is awarded acalnst W E. Varnon, Judge, of the Lincoln Court, by which he is comn anded at the next regular term of the Lincoln Countv Court to enter upon the order book of his court an order directing an election to be held in and for the city ot Stanlord and directing the Sheriff of Lincoln county to hold an election and open a poll therefor at each of the voting places in said city, for the purpose of taking the sense ol the legal voters of said city upon the proposition whether or not spirituous, vinous or malt liquors shall be sold, bartered or loaned therein. Inasmuch as, by rtaaon of the relusal of detendantto make said order at the regular term of said court when plaintiff's application was made, it is now too late 10 hold said election on the dav designated in the plaintiffs' On the 13rd day of June, 1894, petition, and at the same tetm enable the sherff to comply requirements of the law, that the said with the election should be advertised by him at least two weeks K'fore the day of election, the defendant 11 commanded In his said order tor said election to fix another and later day as reasonably near the day asked for by plaintiffs as will afford ample time for the advertisement thereof required by law. And this writ of mandamus hewlll in no wise omit to obey." In obedience to the command in said writ as above fully set cut and it appearing that the money to pay the cxpesses that applicants are by law required to pay has been paid into court: It is ordered that an election be held in the city of Stanford, Ky., on the 1st 'ay of September iSo between the hours sf 7 A. M. and 4 P. M. A poll to bo opened at each of the voting rlaces in said city for the purpose of taxing tho sense of the legal voters of said city upon the proposition whether or not spirituous, vinous or malt liquors shall be sold, bartered or loaned therein, the result of said election to be certified to and returned as required by law In the election of county ntlicers. The following officers are appointed to hold said election: Voting Precinct. No 1. I. M. Bruce and 11. K. Wearen, Judges, W. R. Penny, clerk, J. U. Jonti sheriff. Voting Precinct, No. a. A. G. Eastland and J. H. Engleman, judges. J. R. Hales, aherift, C. C. vs E Varnon, Judge of Lincoln) Co. Court, Deft. Judgment. W. B. McKinney. Besides our Regular Line of HARDWARE I &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, EVERTHING first-class 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. HIGGINS & McKINNEY. O'Brien Wagons AITS SA",C Voting Precinct, No. 3. J. M. Hail and J. K. VanArsdale, fudges, Joseph Coffey, sheriff, Wm. '" Clerk Lincoln Ccnnty Couit. GEO.I..COOPKU. Canton Chil'd Plows. FARRIS & HARDIN. Stanford, Ky tip-to- p, e four-coun- ty In compliance with the requirements of the law the following order ol election by the County judge of Lincoln County is published for the inJ.N. Menefee, formation of all concerned. Sheriff Lincoln Co. i5j4. uly a.i.'tiCAn "$ J f - Vt .fro 1 rt r : T n' i Semi-Week- ly Published Interior Journai THE CROWNLESS MARTYRS OF THE Every Tuesday and Friday AT then, the whole world seemed filled " with the glory of your presence, the "Stop right there! I'm mad! You ht W. L. DAVSON When When When When Baby was alck, we gave) her Castort. alio waa a Child, she cried for Castorla. she bccAme Mlw, ah clung to Castor!, she had Children, she g ve them Contort. Is a Candidate for Magistrate in the Stanfoid precinct. Subject to the action of the democracy. Two doors above Post-Offlc- e. Always on hand $2 PER YMJVR IN" ADVANCE Wbtn not so paid 82.60 will be charged.' MARRIAGE RING. 11Y K. '1 SMITH. (WRITTKK TOR THE INTERIOR JOURNAL) 6 OB 8 PAGES. "EVEBY IPIEaiD.A.'X". iWhen necessary. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. 7:00 (Continued from last Tuesday.) i9 thia nil powerful pomobody?' lie naked with a tinge of jeIony in his "Who voice. Before she could reply, Mr. Howard I I A 1 4 i to , . I I '' P r frf l i ( . F r came up and said: "1 have been appointeda committee of one to escort you to the parlor ou imS'"l. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. portant business. Don't ask what it is, no T naa Mail train going North.., 3r p no a. .,.o .tir.info.l nn tu tall " iuiii uncbicu ijv " South ..ujpm As she took Mr. Howard's arm and Express tram " South it 31 pa " " North-..- .. ..31 n started oil", she turned to Mr. Carter and 93 Local Freight North... ... ..107 pm said: "Areu.t you coining too?" bouth.... The latter traina alio carry passengers . "No, if you'll excuse me I'll walk The above Is calculated on standard time Solar down to the spring" tme la about to minutet fatter. "That's a deuced Rrufl fellow, I don't QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. see how you tolerate him," said Mr. Going North train pits Junction City at fo- Howard as Mr.Carter started down the Vestibule starts 6 a. m. Ves- llow: tlbuie Limited 3:35 p. m. Local t:io p. ra. Florida steps. Limited 3:13. a. m. "Don't say anything against him. He South N O. Vestibule 11 t3 p. m. Florida is my fidus Achates," she replied, glancLimited ta: 15a m Local 11:55 p. m. Veatibule arrive S'so p. m. ing back. It was late when Mr. Carter returned. He had found much to occupy his mind. He felt assured that Mr. Howard did not stand in his way, but Mho was the all powerful somebody that'wai going to unjoint Mr. Howard's nose? What relationship did he bear Jo her? Why hadn't she mentioned this important personage belore? Suppose it was her liance! His heart gave a great throb at the thought. He resolved to remain no longer in auspense. He would put his fate to the touch and win or lose it all. Absolutely He would tell her that very night of his TURF TOPICS. great and absorbing love for her. How -:- would she take it? Had she any susA cream of tarter baking powTho life of n nervous high strung rn cor der. Highest of all in leavening picions of his feelings toward her? He menus nbst invitee, hard exorcise and Latest United States knew that he had never hinted such a tho cold grueling of steel ami catgut. strength. A. O. HUFFMAN, Pror. thing as love to her, that all of his atThe carringo horso is to tho racer Government Food Report. Having bought out G. A Peyton, I am prepar tentions had been characterized by the what tho alderman id to the athlete. lurnish my customers ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., atrictest decorum and friendship, but she Both may bo imro blooded, but tho ono ed to the purest breed of with the belt of Milk fiom was not inexperienced. She was quick is n Sybarite and tho other n Spartan. 106 Wall Street. New York. of discernment. At Jorsoyvillv, Ills., July 10 tho At ihe prices alrrady established. Milk delivered She certainly had read his love in his eyes, had Been it in bis yearling colt Jnper furnished n sensa- in Stanlord and Rowland twice per day All accounts due at the end of 30 days. tion by pacing n second heat, half mile, actions and had felt it in his touch. RIIjEY.IProprletor, I will also stand my thoroughbicd Jersey Hull, F. B. Mr. Carter fixed himself with scrupu- in 1:14. Kentucky. lous care for the ball that night. It was Almostlessevery raco horso has vices London, St. troublesome which may efmoro or (Subject to Registry) I have moved to my new Hotel and am better to be the most important epoch of his fect tho result of a raco and which must prepared than ever to accommodate the public. life. His name was on her card for the At TWO DOLLARS AND A HALF the season. Good Livery attached and every convenience de bo constantly guarded against. A. C Hl'rTMA.N v first waltz. The musicians were shifteired. Give me a call. Horso Haven, ns tho training grounds FRANK RILY. ing their music (or the waltz, when he nt Saratoga aro called, has been laid out GENERAL REPAIR SHOP. approached her. in four avenues, tho names of which " 1 ou are tardy," sue sam as he came artfLamplighter, Bourko Cockran, Trou I'nholtterine Lounccs. Mattrnies, Rocking up. ble and Okolona. Chairs and all kinds ol "Your army of admirers formed such A banner with a denunciation of racRepaired, a solid phalanx around you, that I found ing carried on to tho course at Ascot by MklfbTsZJHHHHHBHPIM it a difficult matter to chargo through Salvationists was torn to rags and tram And Varnished Prices to suit the timet. Call and tee me at H. C. Ruplcy's old stand opposite them. I had to literally fight my way pled under foot, and soino of it sup- Straub's Tin Snop. porters were badly treated. JOHNT. IiLANKENSHIPj to your presence," he replied, as he of Main Street, Stanford, Ky. tho colt that beat 35 im fered bis arm. Matchbox for tho grand prizo of Paris "You are as fair as an acgel A. S. charming white dress," he whis- lost his dam when ho was very young vGBBbp in that Breeder and shipper of and had to bo reared on jenny's milk, SURGEON DENTIST. pered as they marched off to take their which is very nutritious aud easily diOffice over McRoberts Drug Store la the new Jersey position. Thoroughbred Duroc Bed gested. Owsley Building. Hogs. tiameru; "Why Mr. Carter, I'm afraid the White A French speculator took n bet of Pigs from registered stock for sale, from the best ia corrupting you. You are fast. learn$30,000 to ?"0 that ho could not naino herds in Ohio and Illinois. Call and examine my ing the ways of the world and will soon tho winners of tho French Oaks, French herd or address R. 11. Bronaugh, Crab Orchard. be an adept in the art of flattery." Derby, Grand Steeplechoso and Grand Prix. Ho named tho four uud lauded he (contin"I feel awkward ..IF YOU ARK GOING Ice I am now ready to dellvei manufactured ued, not heeding her remarks, "IJdoJnot the money. Horseman. Irpm the Stanford Factory to customers rcgularlv or every morning at the rate of FIFTY CENTS wish to rullle that angelic plumage with PER HUNDRED POUND LOIS and over, and ODDS AND ENDS. THE. my awkward waltzing, bo, if you do not at 73c in smaller lots. 10 E. UKEMER, Stanford. object, we will promenade instead." Tho Hindoos nro passionately fond of "Let me get my shawl, then," Bhe re- horso racing, and a raco will practically closo all business. plied as she left him. MYERS HOUSE Tho nucients entertained tho idea that She soon returned with the shawl, then he led her out on the lawn and the dew was distilled upon tho earth by LOUISVILLE 4 NASHVILLE R. R. seated her on a bench underneath a large tho moon and stars. In tho sixteenth century o lady was oak near the tennis court. P. W. CREEN, Prop. la the line for you, as its "Tuck my shawl around me before considered in full dress unless sho wore This stable, which It run n connection with the n email oval mirror on her breast. Myers House, hasjbeen supplied with you sit down." In Sydney it is tho fashion to keep "Are you cold," he asked. Make close connections at A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, or"No, but an ounce of prevention, tho bodies of tho dead till Sunday in LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI Buggies, Wagons, der to insure n largo attendance at tho you know, is worth a pound of care." For all points. fuueral. Is better than ever no. -- ruuimer'i Supplies and with THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. Then he gently tucked her shawl BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH In tho year 1201 a tithe was laid prepaiei isupply the public around hw exquisite shoulders, every upon For any information enquire of S RIGS OFfALL KINDS. all whales' tongues brought Into JOES. HICK. Agent, touch of which thrilled with a distinct Bnyonne, they being at that timo highStanford, Ky Or Personal and promptattention given to Weddings shock. Her dresa of some soft, white, ly esteemed as food. W. A. McQUOWN, Trav. Pass. Agent, Parties and Ilurials. P.W.GREEN, Junction City, Ky clinging stuff fell around her in soft folds In Persia tho women of fashion paint ALHURNS, Manager. Proprietor figure to the best advansetting off her black circles around each oyo mid ornaA. G. Lanhao John B.'.Cattlemin. tage. Her cheeks were glowing with ment tho cheeks with figures of various the excitement of the dance. Her brown email nuimals, bugs, etc. eyes were soft and languorous as the At tho funeral of nn unmarried womShortest and quickest between night. Through the pendulous leaves an in Brazil scarlet is tho mourning hue. Tho coflin, tho hearse, tho trapthe moon sifted down on her golden hair a shower of pearls. In the air was pings of tho horses aud tho livery of tho driver must bo scarlet Only Direct Line between the breath of mountain laurels. Beyond Frankfort, Georgetown and. Paris, the shadow of the trees the moonbeams J. M. Miller's ?2,000 res'dence and Carlisle, Maysvillo, Oynthiana, lav on the lawn like a veil of silvery outhouses in Marion were fired by Falmouth and Covington. lace. The music mellowed by distance and burned. :ucky 31 Traius BARBEE&CASTLEMAJN floated to them in rhythmical waves, and run by Central Standard Time. Time Table Jnne 34, 1894. entranced Mr. Carter Bat down. MANAGERS, No 7, No. 3. No. i. TRAINS EAST. "Evelyn," he said, "Let me call you p, m. p. iu. a. m. Oommerce Building, Louisville dear Evelyn 00 Leave I'ranklort A 4 10 7 00 lor the first time " 16 ' t 10 Summit 4 706 Agents throughout the South. "No, now, don't get spoony ' Klknorn J5 ti 41 .7718 t 40 4 as " Switier I'll excuse you from that, though this 33 7 00 4 38 " Stamping Ground. 7 ' 10 "W. A. TEIBBLE, Local Affont, night is enough to give anyone an atDuvail 4 4l .734 a so " Johnson 4 50 7 40 He tack of "moonstruck madness." " Georgetown...-- !! ...7 46 57 STANFORD, KV. "35 ' V. S. Depot 7 3$ 300 303 seemed not to hear her, but continued: 8o5 . " Newton 3 3 8 16 3 35 " Ceutreville 5 Portland. "Evelyn, I am an old man, almost old San Francisco 8 ao " Elizabeth 3 45 53 enough to be your father, I have pass8 30 C Arrive Pant 3 3S 400 ed the 40th mile post. I know that A seems old, very old to you, but the heart TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. 8 No. ta a. ui. p til. a. ra,, 4 40 that loves, and is loved never grows 4 45 Lve Paris ....C 1000 60s " 615 Arr Elizabeth VIA ) old .1010 6 19 .10 14 Arr Centreville please not "Don't lecture me Arr Newtown 540 toil 637 600 ArrC.S. Depot J -- 033 r4t especially," she poutingly in645 Arr Georgetown 1037 747 11 47 boo terposed. 651 Arr Johnson Arr Duvail lost 6(7 810 "I am not lecturing you, but tell me, ArrStamp'g Ground 1100 830 703 -- P)) lOUISVIltf MtwAtSTl CHICAto llTVigK S jo 10 Arr Switier. 713 Evelyn, tell me now, for much depends Arr Elkhorn w 905 730 ..1117 ' ' 73$ upon your answer, will the coming of 9 ij Arr Summit 1133 Arr Frankfort. ..A 130 933 735 I MM. PULLMANSAND that somebody, who is going to unjoint A connects with L. it N. II connects with Q. ,V C. and L. S. PARLOB CABS. Mr. Howard's nose, have any effect on C connects with K. C. me?" ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE SUNDAY TRAINS. "Why, of course not! Why do you Leave Franklort 9 00 a. m ; Georgetown 10 00 a. - CARS. RUNNING - DINING m. Lve Georgetown 10 37; amvt) Franklort it 30 ask that? Nothing can ever make me p. m. WRI1E TO The Kentucky Midland Kalwayand connecgive up your friendship, nothing:'' tions form the shortest aud cheapest route to all "I thank you for those kind words. E. H. BACON, D. P. A., V. UEED.G. PA points South, East, North and West. TOR CLOTHES. Chicago, III. Louisville, Ky. For further information apply to their agents. How vividly cornea back to me our first C. D. UERCAW. Gen. Pass. Agent. GEO. Ii. HARPER, Con. Supt Denver. meeting. I knew you were an angel THE PROCTER. 1 GAMBLE CO. CINTL St.' Paul. Train naves Remind at a. m., returning ... Blue-Gra- ss Blue-Gra- ss m. Hivtr a said when you first saw me, you knew I in the ball room, was an angel, you said I looked liko an angel. What havo I lone to chango jouc opinion of me? How have I deteriorated so much?" she asked with the innocent tir of a spoilt child. "Mr opinion has not changed. You This notice forewarns hunters, can never deteriorate in my estimation. others not to trespass on our lands fishermen and without as all su.h will be prosecuted to the ful To me you were an angel then, you are the law. Signed' est extcntof an angel now, you will alwnys be an anMRS. AMANDA ALCORN. gel to mt! But I want something dearW. M. ilKWE. er than your friendship. I want your I love, all the love of your heart. " want All Winds "Why Mr. Carter!" said she, as sho and Fendersof Carriage and lluggy Tops, Dashes jumped up, aro you crazr to night, or have you been looking too long at the REPAIRED AND RECOVERED style and at Satisfactory Prices. wine when it was red in the cup? I In JOHN H. DeNAUDI, know you would not intentionally make Carriage Painter and Trimmer, Slai.ford Ky. me mad." Seizing her hand he continued: "Yes Evelyn I am crazy, I am mad! I am Ladies, Your Attention, Please. mad to possess you, to hold you to my " heart, to call you mine Millinery My Stock "Oh! please stop! Every word you utter disgraces me!" Then sobbingly ltbei.g rapidlv opened and it embraces everything pretty and stylish. I have engaged Miss she continued, "I didn't think you Julia Stltt.of Cincinnati, to trim for me. Sne is a to of much experience and taste and Is you of all men, would treat me so! I lady satisfaction. An examination of good,sure inis gie MRS. POKIK T COURTS. to had such confidence in you! I trusted vited, you eo! Do you think I have such light regard for my marriage vows? Do you ssW. SW. WAAVA AMI MIaVt think I am so dishonorable, so base? At the ol J. 11. Green, In old stand Do you think ?" Kentucky. "But" said he interrupting her, "death Hustonville, Has just received a beautiful line of has absolved you from those vows. The world does not expect you to forever Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. immure your heart in jour husband's his prices which stock and and grave. If your dead husband could Calllowersee hitanybodys. retyou want a nice set II are than of harness, a whip or adulter. break the silence that holds him Hinder Twine for sale. (To be continued ) DAVID II. C. PEYTON, It a candidate for Constsbte in tho Huttonsllle Magisterial District, subject to the action 01 the democratic party. The Nobieat and Nicest Goods? Can be had In the market, Prices lower than the lowest Mourning goods a specialty. Call and ltmln. Kftfnrn Itiitili MAHY DAVIS DUDDF.RAR. Stanlord, Ky Mrs. Kate Dudderar, Manager. COMMERCIAL HLOCK J. A. SHANNON, Is a candidate for Constable In the Huttouville Precinct. Ltectiou November next POSTED. Mavis a Vertical Feed Sewing Machines n, G. D. SMILEY Is a candidate lor Justice ol the Peace in the precinct, subject to the action ol the democratic party litis-touvll- le Are the best because hey run lighter and can do greater variety of work than any other sewing niacnine. mi BTJGCZ" TOPS. L,. B. ADAMS, Ladlos of Lincoln County Are cordially invited to call at the St Awph Hotel and examine the machine, as well as sum pies of its work. McMUKKAY HRt)S., Stanlord, Ky 13.lt Is a candidate for Justice of the Peac in the Hua. tonsille precinct; subject to the action of the democratic party First-cla- ss T. j. benedict, lo-- m The present Constable, it a candidate for In the Stanford precinct, subject to the action ol the democratic party. Election in November. He asks your support. DR. W. 13. PENNY DcutlHt. Office South tilde Main St., In oflic. recently vacated by Dr. Lee F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. of Higgins & Watts, ...Dealers n. R. Zimmer, -- AH Kinds of Coal, Stanford, .... YOU Kv. a ARK... DEALER IN- - well-know- n Reepeotfully Invited. I am lust back from the cities with a large and well selected stock ofMILLlNERV, which 1 will sell cheaper than ever. Miss Laura Jsrlxx, a Fancy : Groceries, Do- Foreign and Candies, Nuts, me and I can guarrntee satisfaction iu every particular. Call aad see my (roods, tiimmer Irom Cincinnati, has engaged with M1SSL1CCIE TIEAZLEV, Stanford, Ky. and" -- Pure Jersey Dairy. mestic Fruits, Tobacco, Cigars. Headquarters lor almost anything you want. When you wantJaT,rst' class meal for 25 c, call on him. (hi bw- - l Jersey Cows, THE RILEY HOUSE Sliisirc of Lambert, R ZIMMER. Stanford, Ky. CRAB ORGHABD For a Refreshing Bath, Hot or Cold, A ttrllrh Hair Trim or Clean Shass, go to Cook & Fiirmor'a Barbor Shop. The Myers House, Furniture ymmm mMwim JOW r.W. GREEN. Proprietor. Crtfc. Stanford, : : : n Kentucky. I am stilt running this Hotel aid will continue to give my gur.lt the polittsi attention at well as the best the market aflurds. H. B. Broxmugh., Dolma-Bagtch- c, PRICE, SEASON OF 1894 Crnh OrcVrrt, ily. ortN. pecial Attention to the Travel- ing Public. first-class When you want a turnout com. to say t," NORTH WEST, Snee Its discovery by Daniel To the Public lloone nearly a century or more ago. the locality has lcn the Mecca of Price to suit the hard timet. Call or leave order ot Crab Orchard health and pleasure seekers. With Its healing st the Myers House OAce surwattrs, oioalc atmoephcr and home-lik- e roundings. It at once atTordt to the enervated and a delilitaled a Hope and The vicinity abounds with scenes to charm the Painter and inspire tne Poet , ylvan walks for tne looter, eabowcred Drives lur the weary. Howling, Or STANFORD, KY., Hilllard and Dancing Hills for the light hearted, and Hunting for the sportsmen. Especial attenIs now fully orgsniied and ready for business will tion is given to the cuisine. Terms moderate. From $i to I15 per week. For up of further Information, apply to , LIVERY STABLE. Fanners Rank&Trnst Co 9 UU"i llUr.MA-."- Crab Orchard, Ky. rror. Capital Paid Surplus, . $200,000. '2i 000. LIVXRY STABX.X n JAMES YEAGER. THOMAS YEAGER. YEAGER & YEAGER, uvm, feeo im Double Dally Trains Special Hates to Commercial Men. tuid stable, STANFORD, KY. hrtt-clas- lor rates. II you need livery give us a call Nothing but s turnouts will leave our stable, bee us In our 1 HARNESS SHOP Ilri-die- FIRST-CLAS- s, You will find a good assortment of Harness, Saddles, Ac. Have your repairing done by our man he understands his business. We have a mechanic in our J SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same, assets and uader the tame management. lly provisions of its chatter, d.positors are as fully protected as aie depoeitora In National Banks, its shareholders being held individually liaolc to the estent ol the amount of their stock therein st the par Crreol, in addition to the smount invested In such shares. It may act as eiecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as ao individual. To those who entrusted their buisincss to us while mnagliig the Lincoln National Bank ol Stanford, we we here tender our manv thanks and trust they will continue to transact their business with us, dieting as a guarantee fur prompt attention to same, our twenty years' eapenence is banking and as liberal accommodations as are consistent with sound biuking. .uc ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. Ky. Midland IVy, Cincinnati and Frankfort Insurance Company Williams, Mt. Vernon ; S. H. Shanks, Manford; SHOP. BLACKSMITH J. S Owsley, Stafford; Will guarantee first class work! and satisfactory S J. Kinbry, Stanford; Tiv oar horse sheer. prices J. II. Owsley, Stanford; Agents for Peering Machines, the lightest draft machine on earth. J. F. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanlord; A. W. Carpenter, Mliledgevills, Ky. W. H. Cummins, Prcachertville. S. H. Shanks, President Dr. J.ll. Owsley, Cashier, W. M Bright, Teller. J. DIkkctoks: NORFOLK AND incer-diari- ps WESTERN RAILROAD. TICKETS ALL POINTS: SOLD TO FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. ht IVORY 1 Capital Stock- Surplus 8200,000 21,300 1 4 " World's Fair Record. OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, CHICAGO HiilllilllaHlllllll3 50AP ' TEXAS, '41E WEST, H0HTH-WE3- T, S0O7H-WES1 -- FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. THE BEST ROUTE TO THE ,n NORTH AND EAST. HILIMAN VE8TIBULED COACHES, CUR! 8LEEPIMQ AND DINING SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE NORFOLKjciWESTERN RAILROAI CHEAPEST, BEST Write for Rates, AND QUICKEST LINE. s, amphleu, to any Station Agent, or to W. SJ. BEVILL, Mat, Time-Table- Descrlptlv W.'l HOlMIt,i. l'M.rr l. 1I. I'rl-- r Al. (LIXIU,U. ALLEN HULL, M. Trsull.f f. BQO, faM, K0i.MlltE,Ta. if Attention of the public is invited to the fac that this is the only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Bank Act depositors are secured not only by the caplul stock, but by the stockholders1 liability lor an amount equal to the stor.k, so that depositors of this Institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. Five sworn statements of thecondition of the bank are made each yearto the United States government and its assets are examined at stated time by government agents, thua socuriug ajdltitona uu jciicii .icir 10 ucposuora, ims institution, originally ettabliahed a. tha Deposit Bank of Stanford in 1858, then ued as the National Bank ol Stanford in ,ex nrf again as the Hirst National Bank ol Stanlord in iS8, has had practically an uninterrupted existence of m years. It Is better supplied now with facilities for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in Its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations fiduciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully tolic- The Directory of this Bank is composed ol Forest as Reid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; J. YV. Hayden, Stanford; S.H. Baughman,Lmcoln; J. S . Mocker. Stanford ; W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; 51. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford. K. L. Tanner, McKinney; M.J.Miller, Mt. Vernon. J S. Hocker, President; John J. MeRoberts.Jtaahier; A. A. McKiuney, Assistant Cashier. t .. v PMMftjMtll