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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894081001 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. TV 1fr. - Srirm"r- - J- -J t . -- Vl Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxii. MIDDLEBURC, CASEY COUNTY. Interior Journai STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. AUGUST 10. 1894. NO. 46 VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. BRODHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. A innil pijr, ML JL Tlicro nro Boveral cnsuH o( fover in town. Several of our citizens nttendeil court nt Liberty Monday. Uev. U. M.SIiouoo in lioldiiiK n few days' meeting nt Myers' school house or Carpenter's Creek. MImAIIIu McDanlol, of tliu LouIb-- j villo Muttons Home, is very sick Ht J. M Durham's. Miss Delhi Hughes, of is here vIhUIuk her cousin, Mrs. Wilford Dyo. G. W. Tnylor lectured to h Btnnll crowd nt Mr. 0. M. MeWhorter'a Sunday night. The writer was not present but leariiH from those who wore thnt Mr. G'b. talk and queer nctiona were more ntnusiuK than Instructive. It is reported that "Jack tho Hipper" has been n candidate for county attorney In Marion, Taylor and Itussell counties beforo cotulnu to this county nnd 1bb failed In his aspiratlous in every instant. It is not known to whnt county he will emigrate next. It ia evident that tho American Hook Company will lmvo much trouble In collecting for chart, &c, put Into the A goneral kicking Bchools last winter. la going on over tho country against pay inn for them, while wo hear of n number of districts that will stand a suit beforo doing ao. Tho swindle is a gignntic one nnd ought to bo looked Into. The same apparatus can now bo bought from other companies at about half tho price t which it was sold by agents last winter. Tho republican primary here last Saturday wa a very quiet one. There was but very little whisky on the ground Dr. and the best of feelings prevailed. I. 0. Dye carried the precinct by 1)7 votes over Humphrey, Welkins and Alstott, for clerk. J. M. Tilford had n majority of GO over Judge W. G. Haines for county judge, notwithstanding Unities had repeatedly asserted that ho would carry Tilford's own district. Clay Godbey beat J. K. Tarter, alias "Jack the Hip. per," at every voting place In the conn-- " Lnn-cnHter, ly. has killed in town Mon- - l'ine Hill Wedntadny The next Hesiion of Mrs. Xeabltt's ' Little MIbb Lou Vowels ia in from MlddieHboro. The wife of G. V. Faaii died nt bcIiooI will bejrin Sept. lutli. A W. O. T. U. was organized here last week by Mrs. Harriet L. Adams. Ten prisoners Some are being worked upon tho streets, Tho Aid Society give a social this uv enlng. All nro cordially Invited to at- now in jail hero. tend. Water is getting so scarce that the stave mill is obliged to haul it from ponds. Mrs. Lizzie Adams will entertain Friday evening In honor of her guest, Miaa McHlroy. A. Sexton, aged 80, of Conway, this county, was married last Saturday to Miss Hedle Farly, aged l.'l. The temperance workers will endeavor to have tho temperance educational law unforced In this county. A four-forattlesnake waa killed near town Tuesday. Mr. Kobert Taylor reports that a nephew of his killed one just South of Crab Orchard measuring nine feet. Mr. John G. Taylor, of Richmond' hs been prospecting for minerals in the Knstern part of this county. It is understood he found eoino specimens of lead and zinc ore. Tho celebrated case was up again beforo Judge Lair yesterday, making the third time, resulting in a hung jury. The trouble aroso over a horse and mule swap some five months since. J.H. Albright, of Brodhead, while on his way hero Wednesday lost his watch. On going to the Signal office here to advertise his loss, he met Jack Adams, Jr , who was oil the same errand to report finding it. J. W Nesbitt had some men working in the stave business for him at Hazel Patch List week. He says one of the parties purloined or billed one of the A homely woiunu is one of unture'fl cars for bis own benefit. Tho wires have mistakes. beeu used to head the car oil' at LouisThe street cara n Savannah, Ga., on- ville. ly charge one cent. Mica Luna Newcomb in visiting Man is the weakest of all animals in friends in Garrard county. Mrs. M. proportion to his eizo has been quite ill. Mr. James Tho Congressional library contains Houk is very ill. MisaFlorelle Hrown is about 700,000 volumes. viniting Miss Hoia Myers at Woodbine-Mrs- . There will bo no harvest excursions L. B. Adams and Misa McKlroy visto the West this Tear. ited Altamont last week. Cholera is mowing down the A Gall on Squire John, Bailey. by thu thousands. We the undersigned voters of the Thu school census shows that there neighborhood of Moreland and Millidge-vill- e are 30,493 pupils in Cincinnati. call on Squire John Bailey to beTho number of employes in the service of American railways on June 30, come a candidate for magistrate of precinct. ISO I, waa STS.-- '. Jaa. F. Mooro, Mc. 11. Moore, Win. C. Nearly everybody smokes In Japan. Tho girls begin when they nro 10 years Moore, W. C. Crane, Nimrod Mullinnix, John Murcer, Frank McBee, John Carof age, and the boys a year earlier. Hlchmondglrl recently undertook ney, D. H. Moore, W. D. CotTmau, K. W. A to burn a molo oil" her faco with a stove Dunn, K. II. Crow, G. L. Carter, 'Sr., John Russell, Henry Russell, Steve Ruspoker. She la badly scarred for life. sell, Win. Kinder, Jack Kinder, Fred Mrs. Klirabeth Jetl'erson waa elected Gibson, Wm. Gibson, F. M. Denson, K. school trustee at Mayslick. She is tho M. Compton, J. K. McOormack, L. P. first lady to hold ollice in Mason county. Wilkerson, F. R. Compton, John Reed man has ottered Isaac Gibson, J. K. Carter, W. S. A Hatrodsbnrg Rice, g! $10,000 for tho exclusive privilege of L. Carter, Jr., G. W. Coulter, John Bakrunning a saloon in that city for ten er, A. A. Russell, G. A. Camden, G. A. years. Gaddta, Geo. Lunsford, J. T. Boyle, G.T. Many a woman who has mado a Timberlake, Geo. Camden, Sr., Ben l, man unhappy for a time by declining A. W. Dmhon, Ben D. Greaham, his oiler of marriage has afterward earnWin. Gilliland, F. W. Lucas, Geo. Phil-liped his eternal gratltudo for her discernMilton Brown, Dud Vaught, Jas. ment. W. Woods, G. W. Daugherty, II. Gilpin. They nay Corbett's weight ia now 1M0 L. W.CoH'niBn, G.S. Benedict, John S. pounds, which recalls Sullivan's remark Rice, Lee (iaddis, Shelby Benedict, Prea who tips tho scales Benedict, Charley Benedict, PatMcGeer, that a pounds is in imminent danger W. Benedict, A. F. Crutcher, Michael above of getting licked ultimately. Phister, John Kratzwald, George Kratz-walIt is tho boast of Congressman Paul Louis Bochoruer, Andy Archbah-e- r, Sorg, of Ohio, who employe 1,000 men Winymy Pillinger, Joseph Faeaterzar, In his tobacco factory at Middletown that A. C Laflan, G. W. Akin, D. B. Prather, ho known them by faco and name. Ho M. T. Russell, W. I). Gaddis, W. A. has never reduced their wagea and baa Mathias Drielier. never had a strike. Of course Mr. Korg Phoposki). How an Kim-oi"Dear is a democrat. of registering tho Mies Mildred," wrote the young editor, The work of tho State under the new law has "I find it imposalblo to tell you by word been completed. Moro than LG00 who of mouth what I have been longing for had attended n medical school wero giv- months to say. My tongue refuses to do en certificates. Kighteon who had not the bidding of my will when I am in were examined and registered nnd 18 your presence. I am unJer the necessifailed. Moro than 1,000 doctors have ty, therefore, of writing to yqu to tell you how inexpressibly dear to mo you been debarrod from practice. fellow who was hanged die have become and to ask if you will con"Did that in the hope of a better life, like the most sent to be my wife. In replying please be brief, omit tho discussion of unimof them?" portant topics, and write only on one re'I am not rlRht sure about that," made his aide of the sheet." Chicago Tribune. marked tho minister. "He breakfast entirely off Ice cream. Ho BucJln'sArnlca Salve. seemed to have some doubt that there Th beat Mlve la tht world lor cun, bruised would bo any of It where he waa going." sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapot Taylor-Hyslng- er Hub-a'nn- s Hua-tonvll- le Croquet has becomo a very populnr gamo in our town. Tim B. H. R. M. Co. are repairing their mill nnd will ho ready for work In about lOdajB. Tho praiso meeting at Gum Sulphur Sunday waa quite a suecess. A good dinner nnd good speaking and everything went oir quietly. A young colored man by tho namo of Wesley Jones, who has been living with R.C. Reynolds for a few years, died Sunday morning. They baptized him Sunday morning nnd he died in a few minutes afterwards. Cause of denth, lung trouble. Hon. James B. McCreary will not only get the democratic vote in the district, but will get some of tho soldiers' and prohibitionists' votes also. The say thoy can not atlord to go back on the old governor. Miss Jennie L. Reynolds came down Saturday to see her old friends and went down Sunday to assist in filling up the program at Gum Sulphur. Mr. J. II. Albright went to Mt. Veruon Wednesday and on the road or in town lost a gold filled watch which belonged to his wife. The finder will be liberally rewarded by returning the watch to this office or to J. II. Albright at Brodhead. Please allow me to ask the voters of my county a question or two on the liquor problem in our county, for I think it Ja tho greatest question that is now before us; because it wastes more of tho people's earnings, because it destroys more homes, more immortal souls than any other one evil. Because it does more to corrupt our politics, destroy the manhood upon which the life of the nation depends; because it makes more moral cowards out of otherwise good men; because it is in some places a public highway robbery. It respects no law, either of God or man. Its hand seems to be against everybody and that does not bow to it commands. The supreme court in Indiana has decided that the saloon is a nuisance and immoral. And in ISSSJour republican brethren placed in their platform the following resolution: "Resolved, That the republican party cordially sympathizes with all wise and well directed etlorta for tho promotion of temperance aud morality." Now, in view of these facts, can we either as democrats or republicans who who are in favor of temperance and morality, a fiord to vote for any whisky man to fill any of the high oilicea to be filled in this county? So long as we allow our party prejudice to rise above our duty to our homes, our God and ourselves, we may expect lawlessness, intemperance, ifcc. May God help ua all to vote for good, moral, sober men for each ollice is my prayer. sol-diera ev-thi- ug The crossing at Richmond and De- pot Htreeta has been repaired and is a good piece of work. We regret to announce the illness of Editor J. R. Marrs, of tho.Record. Ho is confined to his home In Danville, but his physician thinks he will bo out soon. An impromptu hop was given by young men of Lancaster at tho Ma- the son House Monday evening, in. honor of the viiting young ladies. A very enjoyable evening was spent. Mrs. S. D. Rothwell, who has charge of the old Dripping Sprinus, has a largo number of boarders on hand nnd is making the famous old resort quite popular. A stage load of young ladies went up from here Tuesday and report a delightful trip. The railroads have refused;to give reduced rates to Washington, and the result is that n very few Knights of Pythias will attend the encampment to bo held at that city. Unless the roads come down to a reasonable rate no one will go from here. The local band will go to High Bridge Sunday, where they will take a steam boat and make an excursion to Louisville. They will return by boat to Frankfort and como home by rail. The boat "Falls City" pays all expenses and it will be a great trip. The boys will get back Wednesday night. Misses Ryan, of Lexington, are visiting Miss Florence Anderson. Mr. Carpenter Stewart is spending the week at Crab Orchard. Misses Mary and Georgia Miller and May Hughes returned Tuesday from Lawronceburg. Mi'bs Bessie Olga Marksbury is visiting her friend Miss Minnie Denman, at Nicholasville. Miss Tally Orand, of Texas, is the sueat of Miss Maggie Jennings. Miss Nellie Dillon returned from Richmond Saturday. Mr. Huflman Young, of Louis-villis visiting his Grandfather, Dr. Huirman. Mr. H. M. Ballon and family are at Dripping Springs. Miss Lettie Brown is attending the Nicholasville Fair. Miss Susie Duncan, daughter of Judge Win. McKee Duncan, of Louisville, is visiting her cousin, Miss Christine Bradley. Mr. Jim Curry, of Louisville, is here on a visit to his parents Ed Morrow, Keg Mason and several others attended the Nicholasville Fair. e, J Bt VLmsHHssW"s'm. J JsMsssHk ttLsslltS'fc'yvVjf VlHssssl ilsBLJt sUffjs Jssaaaal ii .1 1 H 71 Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Next Session Begins Tuesday, Sep. 4, 1894. An. Excellent boarding department. Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers, Superior courses in Literature, Music laad Catalogues and circulars furnlsned on application. ELLEWOOD seminary D Anchorage, KY. KP B A Preparatory and Collegiate School for Girls. Thirty-thir- d year opens Sept. 5, 1S04. A large and able faculty. Students last session from 13 States. Thorough training under Christian influence at moderate cost. Send for catalogue. Address MiSS Scott, Anchorage, Ky. State CollegeofKentueky Opens September xo, 1894. Thirty Professors and Instructors; Nine Courses of Study, as follows: Agricultural, Scientific, Biological, Chemical, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Veterinary, Classical, Normal School. COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. Board in dormitories S2.25 per week; in private families S3. 50 to 4.00. For Catalogues apply to JAS. K. PATTERSON, Ph. D.. President, Lexington, Ky. ! i Pr.or. Hughes. A pa- of the school writes as follows: tron Tuesday night many of the youth, beauty, age and chivalry of Rowlnnd Is Honor or prize-fight- er '00 phyBi-cinn- s tel T1108B Who ake Posted. Will you that the finest and healthiest Bummer reaorta In tho northwest are located along tho Wisconsin Central Linea, among which are Lake Villa, Fox Lake, Antioch, Burlington, Mukwnnago, his was alarm. Waukeaha, Neenah, Waupaca, Flfield. was degree, appetite liver awayatfected to anterribly fell and he was ins Ashland and Duluth. Tourists and reduced in tlesh aud strength. Three bottles 01 pleasure seekers figuring on their next Electric Hitters cured him. Edward Shepherd, summer's vacation should bear this In running sora on his Harrisburg. Illin standleg of eight years' mind and beforo selecting a routo drop a ing. Used three bottles of Klectric Hitters boxes of Ilucklen's Arnica Salve and hd to Jas. C. Fond, General Passenger line and Catawbis Agent of tho Wisconsin Central Lines, leg is sound largewell' John Speaker,leg; doctors fever sores on his send O., had five at Milwaukee, Wis., and he will books said he was incurable. One bottle of Electric rlc Hitters and one box Ilucklen's Arnica Salve you maps, time tables and guide containing valuable information, which cured hint entirely. Sold by A. R. Penny, druggist. are mailed free upon application. Exkuhmon' To Niagara Falls Toronto and Thousand Islands. On Au. gust 14, a Second Grand Excursion will be run via the Queen & Crescent from points in Kentucky and Tennessee to Niagara Falls, Toronto and Thousand Islands, going via the Big Four Route Unusually low rates from Cincinnati. have beeu put in for this excursion. s Agents will take pleasuro in giviuc and other information. An unusu ally good chance to get away to tho cool and pleasantsummer resorts of the north Ask any Q. it C. Agent for particulars' A. S. Lytle, Div. Pass'r Agent, Read House Block, Chattanooga, Tenn., A. Whedon, P. it T. A., Louisville, Ky., W. C. Rinearson, G. P. A., Cincinnati.' Tho Tat tars take a man by the ear to invite him to eat and driuk with them. Ohio. e relay bicycle race The Thu democrats of tho Ninth Iowa district have indorsed Gen. James B. from tho White House at Washington to Weaver, the populist nominee for Con- tho Capitol building at Denver, Colorado, began Monday. The riders will gress. Breckinridge's friends claim that a carry a letter fiom the president to the recent poll of tho Seventh district show b governor of Colorado. Tho lorg ride S,530 votes (or their favorite, nearly will test the possibilities of this method twice as many na either of his competi- of locomotion nnd probably make some new records. tors will get. Mr. Albort Purdy died at his home old soldier "I near Hustonyille Tuesday, after an ill- rhoeaknow an standing to who had chronic diarof long have been permanently ness of several daya. He was a black- cured by talcing Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.'" says Edward Shumpik.a smith by trade nnd was an honorable, prominent druggist ol Minneapolis, Minn "I have sold the this city lor seven uprigh man. A wife and one child sur- aud consider itremedy in to any other medicineyears superior now on the market forbowel complaints." sj and toe vive him. bottles of this remisly for sale by Dr. S. G. MockJames Abbott, of Lynx, O., has a er, Druggist, Stanford, Kv, Bible nearly 400 years old which ia in a good atate of preservation. It has been Kenneth Paiemorcof had the good fortune to rea small bottle Cnamberlain's handed down from generation to gener- ceiveand Diarrhoea Remedy when Colic, Cholera three memped hands, chilblains, corns and all lain erupbers of his faroilr were sick with dysentery. Tblt tions. It positively cures piles, or no pay requir ation in his family for over 300 years. one small bottle cured them all and he had some ed. It ts iruaranteed to give pcriect sausiactioa Jared D. Tuttle, who died at Attica, left which he gaeto Geo, W. Ilaker, a prominent or money retunded rrice a$ cents per dox. of the place, Lewiston, N. Y., last Thursday, in his S5th year, merchant the same complaint. N. C.,and it curFor sale by A. K Penny. Stanford, Kv. ed him of When troubled or choler? morbus dysentery, had been au active railroad conductor u ith this remedy diarrhoea, colic will be more a trial and you Spoclmon Oases. give than 50 years. His surviving wife with the result. The praise that natuial-- y S. II Clifford, New Casiel, Wis., was troubled for the past follows its Introduction anu use has made it Neuralgia and Kheumatitm; his stomach had lived with him for CO years. with popular. S and 50 cent bottles for sale by Dr. disordered, A.NOTimt Fer-rels, you-raten, The Teacher's Institute begins Monday. Henry Cartwrieht, the well known jeweler, who has been In business on Third street, for some time, He was a died yesterday alternoou. native of England and was born in 1S43. Mr. George II. Bruce, of Lexington, who travels for a large eastern shoe house, will locate his family in Danville this fall in order to avail himself of our superior educational facilities. Mits. Julia Gu.uo Dun.v, of Wichita, Kansas, a highly cultured singer, was heard at the Second Presbyterian church Sunday. Her selection was "Calvary," by Rodney." Her voice is a lovely soprano; is rich and full of quality and possesses sweetness aud magnetism taan uurivalled degree. Apart from her artistic singing, Mrs. Dunn is a most charming lady, aud has won many friends and admirers here who wish she could bo induced to remain during tho winter Advocate. Danvillk. convened in a vacant room adjoining Tom Jennings' store to partake of an elegant feast which had been prepared by the ladies in honor of M. D. Hughee, who has opened the school at that place for the 4th term, with SO students enrolled. These people manifested their knowledge of giving hospitality not only in the quantity and quality of the food prepared, but in the affable manner in which it waa dispensed. The best feeling and good order prevailed. Those who were entertained desire to express their gratitude for this manifestation of regard and esteem. Is Keceiving His SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. call. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me School Books and School Supplies, Complete Line Lowest Prices. New School Tablets and Slates. Examine our Elegant Line of Writing Tablets, Ladies' Correspondence Paper and Envelopes, iting Cards, &c. Stanford, Ky. MY STOCK OF- Vis- W. B. McROBERTS, DRUGGIST, FINE PAPERS, Tablets, &c, is very large and SCHOOL BOOKS. Call and See Us, 2,000-mil- l Our Prices Can Hot Be Duplicate! A. R. FEaTUT'. Druggist. 17 m 109 90 "flC i WHAT DOES IT MEAN? tt tnrtni thst thaQiitta in I Crtltrnt Rftntt It IT mllo shortnt miles shorten Clociimt!! to Vttwniu CinitniuU auj Litnttgu, 9rtmilet shortest Cinclanitl to New Orleans! lu wiles shortest Oaaon-iW CbilULixjj. AtUuu, tr JwVeoof Ule, KlorlJi. ry SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS te'.ween sll of tli t points. Thronth Crs to YiesiWjr nl ShreTc-rv- rt. dnlr Hue runnlnn lliroueh ran Clnennatl to Knostille an I Aih.Tllle. X. C. Direct line to Teja ani Jleilco U New Orleans r via Shreveport. Aik ae&t about tours to California. From Louiiville. hhrlbjTllle anj Lawnrnceburr. dlrret eonnwtiou It maJe at Leltojloa ltb leitluulttl trains to all taints South. W. C. MXEAKSO.V, Gea'l I'aii'r Acat, Cincinnati, 0. D. W. Fuller, oi Canajoharie, N, Y., says that he always kceys Dr. King's New Discovery In the house and his family would not be without it, If procurable. O. A. Dykeman Druggist, Calikill, N. Y., says that Dr. King's New Discovery is undoubtedly the best Cougn remedy; that he lias used it in his lamily for eight yeau. and It has Leve. failed to do all that is claimed for It. Why not try a nruedyso long tried and tested. Trial bottle Iree at A. K. Penny's Drug Store. Regular size 50c. tad St. 00. A Household Treasure. S. G. Hocker, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. My boy was taken with a disease renemhliDg bloody rlux. The first thing I thought of was Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Two doses of it settled the matter and cured him sound and well. I heartily recommend this remedy to all persons suffering from a like complaint, I will answer any lnquliies regarding it when atamn is enclosed. I reler to anv count v otficial as to my reliability. Wm. Roach, I P., rritnroy, CampDeU county, Tenh For sale by Dr. S. G. Hocker, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. A I 3 j i QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. tmMki&J&2!lzd igNtae& vvt Aj Vf ' l 5f if--' fifi Wr-- - "- - 'eK,rfir- - -- vsvfscqr jg, . tt al - (J TTT" 'M F.VT "T' ai h L 'i l ' ill? "i. ft, Italy will erect a prison for anar- Blood flecks the fair face of the moon I Freddy Wildt, of Cincinnati, at- THEis chists at Massoach, Egypt. in Louisville. The Courier-Journtempted suicide with poison, because bis making war oa the bloomer costume Fire at Glasgow destroyed Mcuon- - employers caught hira stealing cigars. . I l t i mi! adopted by some of the fair damsels who ueu a uver7 aiaoie rdui r aruer a luunvvu a unction engine went turougn n bridgo near Springfield, III., killing WilBtanford, Kv., - August 10, 1894 bestride bicycles, and rolls its prudish warehouse. The Japanese continue to be victo-liaeves in holy 'horror at the Bight of a well D. Denham and Charles Hudson. J. II. McLlmous, of Massillon, O., turned limb so lavishly displayed for rious. In tho last battle thoy killed COO believing he was going to havo typhoid public gaze. The editor of tho Timer, Chinese, and put the rest to rout. W. P. WALTON. The democrats ot the Third Con fever shot and killed himsolf rather than with the perversenees which characterizes his nature, has come to tho defense gressional district in Virginia nominated go through a spell of it. GREAT SALE CONTINUED. Jane Cakebread. one of tho most DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES of the bloomers and their pretty wear Col. Tazewell Ellett on tho tlrst ballot. famous characters in England, has apThe Senate has passed tho ers, and the prospect is that strained re.JAS. B. JfCREAUY FOll CONGRESS bill, which is to prohibit alien peared in the London police court for Our remarkably low prices arc a blcssinc these hard times to neo- lations between these two great moral Kor County Judge JAS. WALKER GIVENS engines win result and possibly a war anarchists from landing in this country. being drunk and disorderly for tho 'JOUtli pic who nave no money to fool away. Two dollars' .worth of goods " G. n. COOPER Clerk e Tho residences of Mrs. Eliza West time. On her last appearance she got that will pale the Attorney for one dollar. J. U. PAXTON into insignificance. Strange in- and Judge l'oaten at Uarrodsburg were one month. ' Sheriff. T. D. NEWL.AND Tho democratic committee of Fay- The list which follows shows some of the E. D.- KENNEDY deed it is what slight a cause will move damaged by lire to the amount of $ 5,000. Assessor places where the price is " Jailer G. W. DEHORD dissentions between hearts that love. Tho bill authorizing the sale of the ette is deadlocked in its efforts to elect a cut the deepest. There's where the throngs will be. Fall in line and grounds in Louis- chairman. Welsh and Farroll are tho Wo usually tako sides even in a dog old custom-housand help yourself. one of the most exciting cam- fight, but like the woman who witnessed ville has been approved by tho presi- candidates and tho voto stood 12 to 12, Aftkr the only Settle man refusing to voto for dent. a desperato conflict between her d paigns in its history, Alabama democrats Mrs. Adelaide Stock, of New York either, on the ground that he would not and n bear, wo do not care which elected Col. Oatts governor, with a full City, shot herself to death because of de vote for an Irishman. wins in this contest. State ticket by some 30,000 majority. spondency over the loss of her two chilTho democratic House caucus adThe populistic-republica- n combine head At last it is said the conferreea on the dren. journed without action, after Speaker ed by Kolb was snowed under much tarifl bill have agreed, that is to Bay tho son of Senator Crisp and Chairman Wilson had spoken Black Hose reduced from Tho worse than in 1S92 and it now seems to House members of it; have yielded to ioc to $c, Fancy Hose from 20c to 10c, Daniel, of Virginia, was thrown from a in opposition, deprecating the call of a be forever dono for. Owing to the fact nearly all to 15c. Ladies' Handkerchiefs; Swiss Embroidered worth 2SC, 25c the domands of tho Senate cal that the combination sided with the bill. Tho only concessions are free iron horse at Lynchburg and dragged to caucus at this time as reduced to ioc. Men's Handkerchiefs, fancy border, reduced from culated to weaken tho House conferreea white miners in their strike and massa- ore and 40 per cunt, ad valorem on sugar death. 20 to ioc. Silk finished Suspenders worth 25c reduced to The Slavak Colonization Company in their stand for tho Wilson bill. cre of the negroes who took their places, ana o ot a cent ioc, silk unterentiai on tue re- has bought 50,000 acres of land in Arkan finished with wircucklc, worth 35c, reduced to 15c. the colored contingent as a rule voted fined article, which is 2 cents lees on FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. the democratic ticket. The Legislature the 100 lbs less than the original sched- sag and will locate thousands of Slavs on them. Frank Holtzclaw sold to Steve Eates is also largely democratic, thus assuring ule. com It was said that the Philadelphia's big police officer, John a gelding for $130. the return of John T. Morgan to the promise would be submitted to the whole Rellings, who stands G feet SJ inches Iowa's corn crop has been damaged Senate, which is perhaps the only ill re- committee yesterday and that the patch-wo- and weighs 250 pounds, is dying from a fully 40 per cent, by the drouth. sult of the election. The effort of their concern will be a law in a very few stroke of paralysis. John Anderson bought of George Men's fine Percale, with Laundered Collars and Cuffs lives was made by the republicans to days. attached, worth W. Jenkins, in a tit of jealousy, kill- Baker a bunch of fat heifers at 2c. break the solid South, money being used Si, and $1.25, reduced to 75c. Tip Bruco's Barney paced a half TnK new constitution of .New York ed his mother, sister and sweetheart at without stint, but each recurring attempt will not provide for woman suffrage. uttumwa, la., anu tuen ended his own mile at Columbus, O., the other day in x iix makes her more solid than ever. win ior not weather, men's summer coats, worth 1:02. The convention has given the long hair- miserable existence. $ 1, reduced to 50c. Men's Si. 50 thin coats and vests Frank Reeves shot Leander Coffee go at $u A. A. Russell, of Milledgeville, so'd The politicians may rage, but the peo- ed women who have been making the ple will imagine them very vain things effort of their lives the cold and clammy five times, at Greenup, this State, killing to Hill Jennings a jennet and Men's thin alpaca coats and vests, worth S3, reduced to Si. 75- when they direct their shafts at Grover shake and their yards of petitions have him. Coffee had shot Reeves' cattle that jack colt for $200. J. M. White sold to J. II. Baugh-ma- n Cleveland. The governor of South Car been dumped into the waste basket. had broken into his cornfield. n The passenger earnings of the A Co., his crop of wheat of about olina has been talking about sticking a These females may learn after awhile increased nearly $1,000 in July over S00 bushels at 45c. pitch fork into the president's fat sides that rocking the baby's cradle is a better Tho aim in breeding should be to and the two Senators have traduced business than crowding around the polls the corresponding period last year, notwithstanding the World's Fair traffic. him in season and out and yet and trying to unsex themselves. wards a higher standard in order to cotnS 3W pans, .in auuu icuncr, line snocs, nicely finished, 7 to 13, will go at Si, worth double the money. Ladies' Oxfords reduced hey can not make the people get An order has been issued by Gov. pensate for the deterioration in prices, from Rosa's death was caused by an Altgeld relieving from duty all the miliPatti Unless the rain comes soon the to- Si to 65c, Si. 25 to 75c. 'out of humor with Grover." The Men's Pants worth S2 and $2:25, reduced Charleston city and county democracy operation for appendicitis, the new dis tia companies remaining at Chicago. bacco prospects will bo knocked in the to Si and Si. 25. Men's Suits $7 and SS, reduced to $5 and S5.50, in convention resolved "that we de- ease which the doctors have recently About S00 men are now at work at Pull- - head. It is turning yellow and drying S14 and 15.00 reduced to Sio. 300 pairs Ladies' Dongola Patent up nounce the uncalled for tirade of abuse discovered and usually kill their pa- man. Dr. W. B. O'Bannon sold to D. T. Leather Tip Shoes, Heels and Spring Confession in the hands of tbe polire and misrepresentation levele'd at Grover tients in carving for. The vermiform Heels, from 2 to 7, just reTarsney, of Clements, of Missouri, 175 acres of land ceived, brand new stock, will appendix is a portion of the anatomy for show that Adjutant-GenerCleveland by men in control of the State go this week at 90; worth Si. 50. democratic organization and the democ- which there has yet been discovered no Colorado, was tarred and feathered by his in Caas county, that State, for $3,500 cash. racy of Charleston pledge their undivid- necessity, and is entirely useless except political enemies. Two brothers of Mason county raisWilliam Upton was shot and killed ed support to the democratic party and to produce trouble and give the surgeons in Lewis county, by his cousin, Edward ed 17,S25 pounds of tobacco last year on a chance to cut. its matchless leader, Cleveland." Upton. William Upton had abandoned 12 acres of land and sold it tho other day Debs has at last declared the strike off his wife and family and eloped with Ed- for $9 per hundred. Miss Emma Bates and Hon. John TSLT A. S. Thompson sold to J. B. Etnbiy who were candidates for State Sup- with the exception of two roads. Some ward's sister. 50,000 of his deluded followers, who aro for Nelson Morris, 110 fat cattle, averagThe Standard Cake and Cracker Co's erintendent of Schools in North Dakota, A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor have pooled their issues in a most satis- now begging the railroads they Bought to building at Louisville, was destroyed by ing 1,000 pounds, at 4, to go this month destroy to take them back on any terms, fire, causing a loss of $25,000. The fire Paris Kentuckian. factory manner. They were running T. D. RANEY, Manager. W. A. Tribblo's Katie Malloy won nip and tuck and the lady becoming but in vain, realize that the strike was spread and burned other buildings to the second money in the saddle mares and scared demanded the man's uncondition- off almost before it was on and that they extent of $15,000. must suffer the consequences of foolishbar- geldings stake at Nicholasville, Wednesal withdrawal. This he refused to do, It is said that an gly following the orders of a blatherskite. becue will be held in Mercer county day. Lou Chief, tho $1,800 beauty, was when she proposed that if he would re tire from the field she would make him sometime soon in the interest of Govern- first. The largest wheat grower in the The Goodnight bill to divide Kentucky or McCreary. Stevenson her deputy if elected. He took timofor Aaddeliberation and finally agreed to retire into two Federal judicial districts will and Senator Hill are to be invited to world is an Italian in the Argentine Re public. He raises annually over 300,000 if in addition to taking him into her of- not become a law this session and should speak. acres, and uses the most approved Amernot 'smother session. The are enough fice, she should take him to her heart In the month of July the number of as husband. She assented n condition Federal offices now and a second court emigrants leaving New York was l'J.DGS. ican machinery. Gay Bros' Highland Denmark won that he would stump the State for her in Kentucky is no more needed than During the same period the steerage pasNow in stock will be sold and now everything is lovely as the Mr. Goodnight's public services appear sengers brought into the port, fully 50 the saddle stallion stake at the Nicholas to ue. goose honks high. per cent of whom were not immigrants, ville Fair Tuesday. J. L. Crenshaw's Monte Christo was second und Matt CoGov. Ciiaklky Fostkk, of Ohio, were 11,540. With the exceptions of Gov. McCre-ar- better hen's Delmonto third. Frank Murphy, assistant engineerat known as "Calico Charley," who Berry, Montgomery, AdamB and Ed. Tipton says that thero should was Harrison's secretary of tho treasury, the Gait House, Louisville, was killed probably Caruth, there will be a new is stakes for by Pat Morrissey, who knocked him not be any more proving that he is a good financier, delegation in Congress from Kentucky down with his fist. Murphy's skull was trotters and pacers, as when a horso arHe failed and is settling with his credit next time. Paynter, Goodnight and El- ors 10 centa fractured by striking on acurustone, and rives nt that ago ho can race as well as at on the dollar. at lis declined to enter the contest again; any time during his career. he died a tow hours later. Mr. Lislo died and Stone was shelved. My Stock of-Bud Doble. tho great driver, wanlB Gov. McChkaby denies that he has Who said Democracy's dead? In the Democratic discontent over tho failure authorized anybody to announce that he last presidential election there were 2,001 to go to Congress. If he would prove rs of tho party to fulfill its pledges and dis- is a candidate for the Senate. He is run- democratic votes polled in Barren coungood at engineering a bill through aa h satisfaction over the distribution of the ning for a return to Congress now and ty; in Monday's primary 2.500 were cast. has at engineering fast horses down tho spoilB aro sending many statesmen to only croscea bridges when he gets to The democratic vote in November will homestretch to fame, ho would bo a de Is complete, every piece being boueht direct from thi hncf the rear, both in Kentucky and else- them. go back to its old time figures of 2,700 to cided success. . . ... . re i " tV .1 uuumt.' i where. 11 you want a bill of hast .Monday (court-da- y 3,000. Glasgow Times. Mhere wore iwrtrsiic touiury anorus. Furniture I will Chief Justice Bennett, of .the KenLexington Iibs issued Sales make it of re. about 350 cattle on the market. Pasteur's treatment for hydrophobia tucky Court of Appeals, was stricken funding bonds which have been sold to were some better than on tho preceding seems to bo a success. At least of tho with neuralgia of the heart while at Certhe Hanover National Bank, of New court day, and there was very good de793 alleged cases treated only six proved ulean Springs and has since been in a York, at of 1 percent, premiumi mand for best grades at 2J to 3Jc fatal. Perhaps, however, the others precarious condition. after the deal was closed Chicago Richmond Climax. Just didn't have the hydrophobia. The diag. The Foxhall stakes at Saratoga were To come to Stanford. You will find that 50 or 100 miles will be a A negro up a tree near Henderson capitalists offered 2 per cent, premium. nosis of that disease is likely determina pleasant as well as profitable trip when you learn that my Gov. Matthews is arranging to borrow won Tuesday by Mr. Hyron McClelland's ed about like mushrooms are told from was taken for a coon and shot dead. The great colt Henry of Navarro from John What is a negro $50,000 with which to pay expenses intoadstools. If you eat them and they mistake was natural. curred by the Indiana National Guard, Cooper and the American Derby winner. but a "coon" any way? don't kill they aro mushrooms. If you which was called out during tbe miners' Hey El Anita. Distance one mile and a nave tue hydrophobia and you do not Than any quoted in Kentucky. Give me a call. Wk respectfully petition the Louisville and railroads riot. Tbe next Legisla- furlong; time l:53j, the fastest ever die you likely did not have it. Post to resume its news notes. They ture is expected to make an appropria- made on the Saratoga track. Tho new LouiBville Jockey Club, would It becomes more and more evident long, be so handy for clipping these tion to cover the amount. composed of Emile Botirlier and others; hot dog days. James D. Porter, now minthat Col. Breckinridge will win the nomister to Chili, has been nominated for has rented Churchill Downs for 15 years ination in the 7th. With all bis faults NEWSY NOTES. United States district judgo of tho Eas and will expend $30,000 on it. Purses a majority of his constituents love him tern and middle districts of Tennessee, and stakes will be increased and time of Btill und they are almost sure to demon- The miners at Middlesb6ro have ac- to succeed Judge D. M. Key, resigned. meetings extended. The Kentucky DerBiraie 11 ai me pons. At least that is ceptod the 12 per cent reduction. The nomination meets with great oppo- by is to be reduced to 1 miles. what we gather in conversation with Madison county republicans only sition, being stated that Mr. The Louisville Jockey Club has The Drug-Stor- e Porter is it Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your people from all over the district, nearly nominated candidates for iailer and neither competent nor a citizen of the made an assignment to W. G. Osborne every county of which we have been in sheriff. for the purpose of settling the club's district. the last few days. An appeal for aid will bo issued in The amount of whisky in bond in debts and for bringing about a reorganization. A syndicate, Iheaded by Kraile "Gkn." Coxey, of commonweal army behalf of the sufferers from drought in the 8th district June 30, 1804, was fame, seems to really think he is in the Nebraska. gallons. The estimated with- Bourlier and Edward Applegate, will bid School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds California lemon growers now ship drawals for July were 900,000 gallons, for the property and privileges. Col. M. Congressional fight in McKinley's old ' Liquors for Medical Purposes. the juice of the fruit East instead of the leaving in bond August 1st 13,114,595 Lewis Clark will be offered tho position district in Ohio, where the populists have nominated bim to represent them at fruit itself. gallons. This is enough whisky to float of presiding judge, Wm. Beam, a Bowling Green, O., one of those transports the Japanese Adverse crop reports again caused Washington. He is making an active Call and sec us. campaign and delivering speeches daily farmer, was killed by a bumblebee sting sunk the other day. Richmond Climax, wild scenes of excitement on the Chicabut the more he talks the less he Bays on the temple. Clark county primary Mon- go Board of Trade. Corn took a sensa At the E. D. Chapman, a lumber dealer at day, County Judge Ro Jney Haggard was tional leap, reaching as high as GO cents and fewer grows tho votes he will get. Middleaboro, was thrown from his bug- re nominated and bo was D. J. Pendle- for September. Wheat, oats and provisgy and fatally injured. With wars, pestilence and famine, the ton for surveyor; Lee S. Baldwin was ions also took an upward turn. The fact AL1 MY-While trying to burglarize a house nominated for clerk; S, K. Uodgkin for that the citizens of Nebraska had peti Chinese aro being removed almost as fast as they increase and multiply. Chol- Verner Riley was shot and killed by Rob sheriff; Butler Robinson, jailer; James tioned the governor of that State for aid 2 era is raging, 50 per cent, of the cases ert Hodge at Toledo, Ohio. Jewell, assessor, and Cliff Crim, coroner. is one of tho reports responsible for the Rev. J. J. Pierce died at Trenton, N, There was bullish tendency of tbe market. proving fatal, but if all were to prove facandidates. Wm. Kobinson sold to J. C. John July and January and without any exception those whos e tal and tho Japs were to kill all their J., of hiccoughs. He began July 18th A silver lining (so far as the United accounts and never let up till Aug. G. son 30 hogs at 41c, and Frank Logan to are six months past due soldiers, it would still take a very long States is concerned) to the wr cloud in William Burns' family of six follow- tbe East appears in the happy proposi- same party 50 head at about tho same time to remove the 400,000,000 creatures, ed an unruly horse over a cliff near Rich- tion of Valentine Nowaki to the Japan- price. Itichard Foley bought of L. W. who seem to multiply like flies. mond and all were badly injured. ese government. Nowaki is the leader and L. H. Hudson their crop of 3,000 It's an ill wind that blowa nobody President Cleveland has vetoed a of tbe lawless foreign element at bushels of Irish potatoes at 35 cents per good. Tea hcathenB will rage and kill bill for the relief of Eugene Wells, late bushel. Sam Moore sold to J. C. JohnPa., now involved in a coke each other, while we reap tho usufruct. captain of the Twelfth Infantry. cattle at $3.10. Mr. Do not be surprised at seeing it on your account and do not strike, and wishes to furnish 5,000 of tho son ten 1,250-Iask me The Japanese government wanta ArThe annual of the Orphan Slavs to Japan for fighting purposes. A Johnson also bought live from M. J, Far-ri- s to deduct it. mour & Co., to furnish it half a million Brigade, Confederate Veterans, will be movement like this should be encouragat same price, and two of Will Moss of pounda of canned beef for its soldiers. held at Russellville, September ' at $3. Advocate. 4th. ed. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal -- -- .... ... - iooisville Store's anti-anarch- ist Chinese-Japanes- em-brogl- io - e hue-bau- eight-year-o- ld JLABIBIS9 HOSE. "back-firing,- " i-- rt a ulu u u Mo-no- MEN'S SHOES I g al LOUISVILLE : STORE, STANFORD, De-vin- e, ed ICEJ - CHESTS -- Vice-Preside- REFRIGERATORS W. H. WEAKEN & CO. -- y, four-year-o- ld Household Furniture ! ,n..r, ..- one-ha- lf TO YOUR INTEREST PIIMOEB All IfJDWIER W. W. WITHERS. Ex-Go- v. DR. S. G - DRUGGIST. HOCKER, Drugs, School Supplies, DR. S. C. HOCSBR, Tha 3Drufcgit. -- The Best Goods for the Least Money, -- 20-od- d Accounts : Are Due ! e, Will be Charged Interest H. J. McROBERTS. b. MMWMIIMMEaeajBMggMMBrMMMMMaMMBBygaMafcMa , t 11,1,11 in, ggjggfr V w x. , Two girls were arrested in Johnson, Wash., recently for giggling in church. ! Don't forget tho 0. U. A D'a. 15 exMb. John Dskton and bride are visiA religious wave is surging in Midcursion to Niagara Falls on the 14th. ting his sister, Mrs. W.C. Wearen. dlesboro. In the last three months 135 &TAroRD Ky., - August 10, 1891 For the best Advertisement of our business written by any lady in Misses Emma Miliiubn, of Danville, Nkw 18'Jltax books open. Call and persons havo joined the churches, the and Annie Walter, of Garrard, areguesta settle at onco. J. N. Menofeo, sheriff. " Baptists getting 55, tho Presbyterians 33, Lincoln county and to be printed in this space, vc will give free, Christians 25 nnd Episcopals 15 Manager of Mrs. James Milburn. E. C. Walton, business Compare our stock with others. We Thomas H. Shanks went to Shelby The General Colored Baptist Asso county yesterday to join his sister, Mies will abide by tho result. Danks, the ciation will bo held at Owenaboro, beginMEAHI IU8INE88. p jeweler. ning next Monday. Excursions will be Anno Shanks, who ia visiting Col. family near Fincbvillo. Buy your nchool books nnil Rchool sup-leTub revenue collections in this dis- run from all parts of the country, and it Contest open for any lady, married or single. Only one "ad" must nil o! all kinds nt A. It. Penny's. trict last month were $903,10 1. Go, the is expected that between 10,000 and be sent by each person, who must sign their proper name and address clockfl ami owolrv ronalreu CITY AND VIRINITY. people will attend. largest ever mado. anil warranted. EiiKravintj a specialty, Stanford preachers might take this All must be in by Aug. io. After that date we will print them in Belt buckles and hair pins 50 cents at H. F. HoitTON ia moving his stock of at A. H. Penny's. hint to advantage: Tho pastors of three rotation as they they are received. Mail "ads" to " Tint layout stock of Druus. Medicines, Danks', the jeweler. furniture to Highland, where ho will churches in Cntiettsburg havo decided anil Wall Paper at Porltunory, Paints Peacriptiond a specialSend In your "ad." to Danks. Con continuo the business. A. H. Penny's. not to preach in the future more than ty. test closes Friday, 10th. Tiik Stanford Uniformed Band has con- half an hour and to call on any member caught nodding during the service to PERSONAL POINTS. Wr aro closing out our stock of har- tracted to piny for tho Liberty Fair, Aug. lead in prayer. STANFORD, KY. 28 30, nnd are practicing nightly for it. Dan- ness. W. II. Wearen A Co. MiesJAuu: Holmes Is visiting in Rev. W. J. Doran, recently one of ville The body of Lizzie Hnnsford, colored, tho leading lights of High Bridge money by buying your You can save Mm. P. M. McltonKHTS spent several who died of consumption in Louisville and n number of prominent tinware of W. II . Wearen A Co. days at Nlcliolaavlllo. was brought heie Wednesday nnd inter- Methodists hnve purchased 40 acres of Penny has the best stock and will sell red. Mns. K. P. Oaiu'BNtkk, of ilustonville, woodlands at Boone's Gap, near Berea, is visiting Mrs. W. P. Tate. watches and jewelry lower than you can lino of lamps and which they propose to convert into n gi Tub handsomest Mn. A. T. Ni'nnkllky Is liomo from buy elsewhere. queensware in town. Call nnd see and gantic camp meeting resort. Cottages Texna bb lleshy and jolly aa ever. Foil Rent. Our house and lot, now you will bo well paid for your time. Far-ri- will bo built and a mammoth auditorium, Msa Minnik Dinwiodik, of Huston with n seating capacity of 10,000 erected e fc Hardin. occupied by Mr. Moreland. Misses vllle. viBlted frienda hero this week. at once, and Mary Beazlev. Miss Ma by UiiutK ia back from a visit Of our great closing sale of Summer Goods, and you must come at Some one, a thief doubtless, who was 0 9 9 It waa a magnificent lecture that Miss Katie Ue Yenner in Doyle. to genuiue 32 inch Call on J. 0. Florence for Graham frustrated in his designs, left a nice lady's Rev. Geo. O. Barnes delivered at the once if you would secure them. We offer Miis. JuikirStki'iikn Duncii went to wafers, drummer lunch, milk toast bis- umbrella on the porch of Mr. J. S. Hund- Tabernacle last night, and no audience French Ginghams at 15c, that sold at 35c. Genuine Zephyr GinLexington yesterday to visit relatives. cuits and cornhill crackers. ley Sunday night ever left that building better pleased ghams that sold for 25c at 10c and all our Light Domestic Ginghams Mks. J. 8. Owsley has returned from a All our White Dress Goods and Light Shades in Woolen than did tho one that had the pleasure at Please call at Higgins A McKinney's Attention is directed to the adver- of listening to him. There was informa Dress Goods at protracted visit to her parent Bt Frank- and pay your McKinney & Hocker ac- tisement of the Yendome Hotel in Hus- lln tion to be obtained from it that the averMiss Sub Wii.uk Halb has returned count and oblige W. B. McKinney. tonville. Russell & Brown are making age person could not gain in weeks and from a visit to Miss Amy Smith at it a llrst class hostelry. mouths of reading. His object in deliv"Money saved is money mado." Buy It Is awfully dry nnd hot, with no ering three lectures in this city is to raise We will offer a genuine Misa Jbnnik lluoiiis, of BloomlnRton, your groceries nnd hardware at W. II. light summer suit for $6, and one, a the money to enable him to continue to ia at Llnnletta Wearen k Co. 'a cash store nnd make prospect of a let up. Yesterday III., formerly of Stanford, preach tho gospel. Where the collec- better goods, at $7, and a genuine clay worsted at 7.50. These goods " mercury waa nigh onto n hundred and money. Springs. hayo kept tho run say it was tions are small, aa they have been here, must go out to make room for of Louisville, Is Po Mies Flora Postmaster Roct, after much "proj- those who day of he has to take this course to raise money the season. spending a few weeks with Mrs. J. S. ecting," bns at Inst got his olilcb arrang- the holiest to pay his expenses. Hopkinsville New Hundley. ed to suit him and it is now a marvel of News of the death of Miss Elizabeth Era. Mimks Lizzie ash Minnik Valksti, of convenience. Severance, who spent tho summer with Which begins to arrive in this month. Ladies' Oxfords will be reducHIGGINS & WATTS. Bowling Green, are guests of Mrs. W. B. Mies Ella Mny Sauuders, wns received E. II. Meade, of Somerset, a brake-ma- u ed within the reach of every lady. In fact all summer goods are to McKoberta. yesterday. It occurred nt Philadelphia Are the Sole Agents for Falls Branch Jel- on the Cincinnati Southern, had his be slaughtered. We shall not let up until our customers have them and Emma Dvsaht, of Missus Julia lice Coal. aud waa caused by heart disease. Remember St. Joe, Mo.,aro visiting the family of arm cut off close to his elbow by his The following correspondence bearing in possessiod. train at Danville. Ik you know yourself indebted to this ditent Newcomb, Tenn., Aug. 7tb, is Mr. Josh Jones. oflice, and your label tells you every is- self explanatory: Mies Emily Duuiikhaii left yesteniay Mr. W. L. McUakty writes us that ho Mrs. Eliza Word, In sue, why don't you send ub the money ? to visit her sister, S. D. Adams, Esq , Rowland. will nnswer the numerous calls on him We must have it. If you can't pay, write county. Metcalfe Dear Sir. We have your valued favor to run for tho Legislature, through this For the celebrated J. B. & P. D. French Corset, the best made. Mh. G. H. Hockeb nnd wife, of Perks-villub to that effect and we will tako pleasof the 4th inet. requestinc quotations on paper, in n few dnys. Alico Cloyd When a lady once tries them she never gives them up. Don't fail to ure in marking your namo from our list. our varioueigrades of coal. Messrs. have been visiting Mrs. 9 come on this week. and MIni Belle Caeh. Ik you want your watch or any jewel& Watts, of Stanford, are our exclu There will be a grand soldiers' reunMb. J. A. Mudi) and family wont ry repaired, take it to Penny's. Mr. ion and celebration by tho colored peo- - sive agents nt thnt point, and we could down to St. Marys Wednesday to spend Drckclman doeb the work well nnd plo in K. L. Tanner's woodland, near not, in justice to them, sell any one elee a lew days with relatives. a cuspromptly; never disappoints McKinney on Thursday, the 30tb. Ma- our conl. There are a great many mines Miis. E. W.Smith, of Stanford, la vis- tomer. ANny prominent speakers, both white and in this district Any of them would be iting her sister, Mrs. Ben Spalding, of do business with you. Yours Mn. J. W. Pkiiiiin ia having a colored, are down on tho program and pleaeed to this city. Lebanon Falcon. truly, dwelling built on his lot a big timo is expected. Mrh. 0. 0. VanArsiulk and daughFalls Branch Jellico Coal Co. adjoining Mr. G. A. Peyton in tho Weet ter, Misa Beulah, of Ilustonville, were The engine of the thresher of Hnrman I). S. Perrin, of LanNewcomh, Tenn., Aug 8th 1S94. End. His brother, bore shopping Wednesday. & Soaper set fire to tho wheat of J. J. Messrs Higgins & Watts, Stanford, who returned caster, is doing tho work. Prop. J. M. Hciihaud, Craig in Boylo county, Mr. F. T. Logan G jntlemen. Your esteemed favor of tho from Middlesboro yesterday, saya the Since our lent iesue we have been in tells us, and burned up his entire crop 7th to hand and noted. Complying with cropa in town are very line. 25 counties in the State and everywhere of 500 bushels. Tho Arm lost their sep- your request, wo make the following That is what you will find at our store. Mn. U.S. Daub, wife and daughter, the drouth is severer than here. In ma- arator and belt and also paid Mr. Craig agreement with your firm, namely: That We have bought and sold more Summer Goods than ever before in Eleanor, of St. Louis, have been visiting ny places the crops aro dried up and past in full for his loss at the market price of ia consideration of your giving to ub the P. Jonrs. Mr. and Mrs. John redemption, even should tho long need- wheat. the history of our business. The way will stick bulk of your orders for Jellico Coal, we Miifl. J. S. Bleiwok returned Tuesday ed rains coma soon. . The directors of tho C. 0. & Danville give to you tho exclusive agency for onr from a lengthy visit to her piko ifro considering tho question of coal at Stanford and Rowland. I beg to Foil Saib on IIk.nt. The desirable Mrs. II. D. Gregory, at Grayson. returned from home of the late J. M. Cook, mile West building an iron bridge over Logan's state thnt our dealings with your firm in Mb-- . LizikMcAlihtkb the past havo been very pleasant, we Crab Orchard Springs Wednesday and Is of HuHtonville. Splendid residence of Creek at Rowland and it should be done consider that you have done us good Into prices from now till Sept. ist will astonish you. In order to 10 rooms nnd other Improvements good. by nil means. Supt. Jack Bosley says with hor mother, Mrs. Eliza Portman. and effective service, and only hope that have plenty for the many who come, we have bought some new Mies Mauy Vow kll, of .Stanford, who Lot contains eight acres. Apply to J. B. tho wooden costs more than $100 a year Crlgler, Cook, Ilustonville, or G. IS. Cooper, Stan- to keep it in repair and Is very unsatis- our service has been equally satisfactory goods and they will go at has been the Riiest of Mrs. J. II. to you. This agreement is not for this factory generally. ford. has returned home. Glncgow Times. sensou or next, but will be respected as of Chattanooga, Mnt. Bkttik Than ih, By n recent chance in the tune of the Mr. Eliiah Beazlky is arranging for a long as you give us our full share of the is visiting her sitters, Mih I). A. Twadleaving of thu Cincinnati train nt June declamatory contest nt the Opera Houso trade from the two places. Tne enclosdle and Sue Spradliu nt Pleasant Point. tion City, North do not make hore, about thu 2!)th. The idea is to hnvo ed copy of letter to Mr. .Adams will show New Duck, New Lawns, New Batiste. Mn. J. E. Patiikk. wife and baby, of connection now, unless tho conductor tho towns of Danville and Lancaster wp already considered this JackBon, are f pending a few days with chooses to wait n few minutes. Tho C. send two representatives each to contest you that Light and dark trimmed French Lawns at 15c Fine Zephyr GingVery sincerely agreement as made. Mh. J. P.. Portman and other friend S. train is duo to leave at 1, thu hour the with tho two from hero. The proceeds yours, hams 10c; half wool Challies 10c; 12 and 15c Percales go now at hern. L. N. North is due there. aro to go to a Biblu College inTomieb"i;e, Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co. Mrts. A. I. Steik, dnughter, Mi(s Nel 9m 10c Ginghams at 5c. All other goods correspondingly low, which is being built to educate poor per A. W. Schenck, G. M. ioc. In Jail. Wo lewrii that Deputy Mar- young men. lie, and Mies Helen Holt, of Pittsburg, and many at less than cost to manufacturer. See what we are show shal Win. Stringer arrested Albert Hoin-me- l, Pa., arrived Wednesday to visit the famADVEUTLSKMEN'TS. NKW ing in ladies', men's and children's Oxiords. Badly Bitten. Mies Sis Petrey, charged with selling whisky with ily of Mr. William Welsh. ' F. A. McDonald, Key , train dispatch- out license, and took him to London, daughter of Sam Petrey, of the Otten-heisection, was horribly bitten by a 3 8 er of the Baltimore k Ohio, H. K., with where b had an examining trial before I headquarters at Newark, O., bus been a U. S. commissioner and was held to bull dog belonging to Peter Haas, TuesMiss Petrey went to tho Federal court at Louisville, Oct. 4. day afternoon. the guest of Mr. W. F. Sberldun. I will mII at public auction on W. B. McKinney. W. H. Higgins. Wkaiikn returned yester-da- Not being able to iiivn bail at tho time, Mr. Haas' house and while there the Mn. Geo. D. dog got loose from a post to which he Snturclny, a four weeks' tour, which was lie was remanded to jail. from 18, Besides our Regular Line of- was tied and beforejassistance could be 'the most profitable he baa made this At 2 I. M. my entire lot of HoutchoM an J KitchMrs Rout. Hann, of Denton, Texas, rendered he had bitten her badly about en furniture consisting of rets of Furmturt, Elea year. He sells carriagies and buggies. cant Folding lied Parlor Furniture, Including . Richmond, who sends n letter to tho Danville Advocate he limbs and bands. Mies Leta Fkland, of Handsome horn chair, and other nice chairs, tanil Texas must not bo judged to say that bles, Ac. Will nl.o it bedding and bedclothes. has been visiting Miss Jeanio Feland, in mj kitchen. Two good Gresham'a lettor 10 this Tub building of a new pike is being as ell as everythingdishes, Ac. home. Misa Mary Cooper by Mrs. T. A. cook stoves, plates, has returned paper. She lias lived there live years agitated by Messrs. G. P. Bright, A. O. TERMS Sums under Sic, cash, over thatreFeland went with her and is now her negotiable not of 30 days, amount and can truthfully say that tho Lono Carman, B. W. Givens and others. It is quired. credit &c, we will keep a fine assortment of Staple and Fancy guest Stanford, Ky City, was Star State is not one whit behind Ken proposed to build it along the road openG. W. Aaiions, of Junction tucky in her advantages. "You payB ed through Mr. A. M. Feland's a few here Wednesday havlnR printing done your money and takea your choice." yeara ago, which waa the cause of much for a grand picnic to bo given by the litigation, and thence through Mr. Young Men's Social Club at that place If the good people who sprinklo the Greenberry Bright'a to Mr. James RobSuch asJSugars, Coffees, Molasses, Flour, Meal, Lard, Bacon, Beef, H. HELM. on Thursday, Aug, 23. W. H. MILLER. streets in front of their homos or places inson's on the Danville and Lancaster , Can Goods, Pickles, Spices, Candies, Cakes, Oranges, Lemons, TiiKjbeautlful Misa Obaatlne MacGreg-or- of business would use a little discretion Bananas in fact, & visiting tho no they could keep down tho dust just aa pike. It is stated that Garrard county who has been to her line. Ellen Owsley, of Lan- well on much less water. We have an will extend it if built leas beautiful Misa Real Estate Agents, caster, took the train here yesterday for abundance of water, it is true, but when Mrs. G. B. Cooper has a rooster that her home in Louisville. it cornea to making mud holes in tho lays eggs. Ho is of the Plymoth Rock Stanford, Lincoln County, Ky. Mns. R. 0. Fobu, of Manchester, pass- street by constant sprinkling tho Water variety and ia a fine specimen. The eggs Office over First National Bank. ed through Tuesday on bor way to Owen Company has n right to kick and should are not so large as hens' eggs but are s eatables. Butter, Eggs, &c, To make your table full of We offer to the public our services in selling, cauntyltto attend tho bedsido of her do bo. longer and tho aurfaco is very uneven. and renting rial estate in Lincoln and in exchange for goods. To reduce our stock, special prices is very ill. Her husThe contents aro tho same as those of an adjoining counties We have madeallarrangement taken advertisement ol properties Another Buakkman Killed. David ordinary egg and they aro just as good for extensive hands, and possess facilities fcr bus. will be offered for the next 30 days. Come and see us. preceded her a week or more. in our band placed Cooley, Bon of Mr. Dan Cooloy, of this mess which can not be possessed by individuals Mns. T. 8. Wbiih, Jn.,of Knoxville, ar- S. Aa soon as she can get enough without great expense. All p'opertles placed in instantly klllod near Paris to eat. our hands will receive prompt and diligent attenrived yesterday, to visit her parents, place, was braking on a eggs for a setting Mrs. Coopor will give tion and every effort will be made to dispose of it Monday night. He was M. C. Saulley, will Judffo andiMre. the rooster a chance to show what ho speedily and no charge so. be made unless we are successful in doing T. S. Webb, Jr., No. 3, freight on the Maysville Branch of tho can do in that line. PROPERTIES FOR SALE. and with another brakeman was of whose advent many of her frienda had K. 0. Farm of too Acres at Rowland, 3. Rittinff on ton of a box car. They did CHURCH AFFAIRS. Lincoln couuty. not beard. 6. Farm ol 410 Acres on Dix Hiver, four miles aa tho train men Messrs." J.S. Owsley, Jk.,B. II. Danks, not see the warning, or A revival is in progress in the Frank from Stanford; $,000. on pike, guard, and just aa Mr. Farm miles from 7. R. W. Menefee, 0. E. Tate, J. S. Rice and say, the bridge fort penitentiary. The chaplain baptiz Stanford; fjj per acre; 133 acres. went over to Lancaster Cooley got up to adjust the brakes the Farm and Mill property, 95 acres, on Dix 17. Albert Severance ed 13 Sunday. frame'-worRiver, 4 miles from Stanford; very desirable nluht and bad the Uniform train went over a bridge and the Livingston and Joe Sev application. low. Price and full description on Parlor Lamps in great variety. Handsomest line ever brought to Elders J. G. above struck him in the head, ' Rank conferred on them by the K. of P Stanford. We also lead in meeting at 18. Very desirable and well improved property brenking his neck aud knocking him in- erance, Jr., held a Highland; 30 acres; $2,000. lnilon at that place. Holdam'a Mill and drew 17 souls into at 31. Farm of 160 Acres well improved land at arms of his fellow brakeman. Mks3B8. Tildbn Cook, Jesse M. AlverJ to the Highland; 9 1,200. the fold. Farm of 156 acres, 3 miles from 38. Newland. A. A. McKinney, Tho remains were brought here on the son, R. M. Rev. Carlos U. Hanks, pastor of the Lancaster; $50 per acre. m. Farm ol 157 acres, 6 miles Sauiloy, Charlie Green, Harry K. 0. Tuesday afternoon and at 10 a. 15. Rowan Buffalo Congregational church at Zanenville, 0., from Stanford ; $65. per acre. and Jim Burton attended the Wednesday were laid to rest in finely improved. Farm. 300 acre BauRhman , 36 .v. (.. Pnnbla ot Una. Cemetery after appropriate remarks at has startled his congregation by refua-n- 5 miles from Stanford; $45 per acre. .. w storm party ai uie to accept nn increase of salary. 37. Suburban property at Rowland, 3$ acres, grave by Rev. A. V. Sizemore. Mr. improved; tonvllle Tuesday '.night and report a the Kid. W. E. Ellia is holding a pro- well number of $4,000. mountain farms in Lincoln cheap A There wero near- - Cooley was a splondid young man and Call and See a Beautiful Line. crunty. Number of lots in Stanford, some with moat delightful time. worshipped by his parents, who have tracted meeting at Scott's Fork, in Gar- houses. A number of improved lots in Liberty, present and dancing, carda was y 100 guests rard, and Eld. Joe Severance, Jr., will Casev county. description of these properties will be givwere enjoyed till a lato the undivided sympathy of their many J and preach for him here at 11 a. m, Sunday. enFull application. upon frienda in this hour of sorrow. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Mb. R. W.Martin, of Paris, is with Silvkh mounted side combs at Danks. Capt. W. H. Kirby. CONTEST FOR LADIES fl DiamQiiu anil Emerald Ring. 3 Pick-ett'- a 15,-0- 00 Wat-chei- . DANKS', : The : Jeweler. camr-meeti- Only 6jc. apHji : all-wo- a Lie-cl- M to-da- y Kich-won- d. ONE - HALF VALUE. Our Large Fall Stock We Are Headquarters, HUGHES & TATE. -- e, Hig-g'n- B six-roo- two-stor- y Exciting Finish grand-daughte- r, ... Clearing Up Prices. ps-st'iiger- s i m m PUBLIC SALS! August 11 glBVUMAiOUD & BflDNo v '94 HARDWARE I Jl, V REAL ESTATE. MILLER HELM, H, R T HING first-clas- fither-in-law.lw- er lllue-Gras- s lllue-Gra- jj HIGGINS & McKINNEY. LAMPS, LAMPS, LAMPS. xr.iw k s lllue-Gra- ss lllue-Gra- g lllue-Gra- ss .-- Queensware, Glassware, &c FARRIS & HARDIN. tete-a-tet- es hour. v t - 9bitttTi&yim'ytm,iiii m!f77!TSw!, IN A NEW YORK U Semi-Weekly f Interior Journa LEADERS BT FASHION. AT Fubllsbod Evory Tuesday and Friday TWO GOWNS SEEN 3 PJCtt YKAK IX ADVANCE JW-Wh- SHOW WINDOW. No End of Now lilrns InMlnts nnil Itnniicta. Slinpt'Oluy Conform to the 1'nre of the The Writrrr A Cnllto Hull nt Ia-iio- not so paid S2.60 will be charged." 6 OR 8 PAGES. When necessary K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. 7:00 Four Ilumlrt'il Hard 1'iisJiril. tion. A novel idea lins boon developed this week niitl two gowns placed in ti show Cop) right, 1KI, by Ainericuu I'reNs Associa- ) J : ? l i I h M 'I wiudow, fromwhenco thoy wororoinov-e- d in n fow short hours to deck (ho forms of two of tho best dressers in this LOCAL TIME CARD. city. One was a tOcirt mado of golden brown taffeta cnt in circular pliapo. Mat! train gome North 37 pm Over tho gold brown silk wero laid row " South 3Pm 11 5 Pra of black hercnles braid uu inch wide. zpreii train " South .i ii North 3 si am am This was tacked on, and then narrow Freight North Local .936 .....Jo7pa Boutacho braid in silver was sewed in South........ The latter trains alio carry paisesgers. over and under pattern, tho loops beiug The above it calculated on itandard time. Solar fastened to tho braid, tho wholo formime it about to minute fatter. ing an openwork pattern between tho vacated Dr. Lee F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. braids through which tho gold colored RVSSEUL silk showed richly. Tho front of tho Pioprietots Going North train past Junction City at foskirt luid plain across, whilo tho back 6 a. m. Vet. llows: Vestibule itarts tlbule Limited 3 .55 p. m. Local t 10 p. m. Flotida fell in godet plaits. Around tho waist Limited 3'Ji. a m Dealers n. South N O. Vestibule 11 t3 p. ra Florida was a pointed polka, and this was trimMain and Dansllle Sts , Hustotille, Ky m Local 1155 p. m. med with two rows of hcrcules and ouo Limited ii' 15a p. m. Vestibule arrives Wehate recently repainted and refurnished row of over and under pattern. Thero the House thioighout and are prepared to accomwas a belt with long ends mado in tho style Our Rates modate the p bile in are very reasonable and a Rood table at all times. same manner, and tho collet had a simKy. Special attention to traveling men Elegant ilar trimming. Tho waist to this skirt Also a hrtt.clatt baloon conroom attached nection with the Hotel Call and tee ut . 45 YOU ARK was of gold colored moiro, with a choker collar and bauds around tho elbow of DF.ALER lN- tho samo work. Tho amount of hand labor put upon this gown mndo it sumpam lust back Irom the cities with a large and At the well. known old ttand ot J. B. Green, in tuous and also very expensive, but ita well selected stock of MILLtNKKV, which I will : sell cheaper than ever. Mist Laura Jart.oe, a sunovelty rendered it desirable. Thero perior tilmmer Irom Cincinnati, hat engaged with Hustonvillo, - - Kentucky. will bo others liko it, but this has tho me and I can guarrnlec satisfaction iu every parSCMMEIt FANCIES. Has just received a beautiful line of ticular. Call aad tie my ifoodi. merit of being tho first. M1SSLICC1E IIEAZLF.Y, Tho other gown was mado of inch ly, but thoso in tho best tasto liavo Stanford, Ky. Surreys, Phaetons, IBuggics, &c. ornamentation. wido picot ribbon in dark bluo, sewed A flat bow is tho stock and get hit prices which together iu Mexican laco stitch with most appropriate white on whito is Call and see his are Ioer saddler's silk of tho samo color, the by far tho neatest nnd boat tasto for of harness, than anybody!. If you want a nice set Msolafely s a whip or a duster Binder Twine for tale. young women at least. stitches catching into tho picot loop -szv No middle aged woman ought to rho skirt beneath this was of palo pink, Vfla" which showed up beautifully through dream of wearing a sailor; but, as many ' A cream of tarter baking pow- tho bluo silk mesh. Tho skirt was plain, do and will, lot them nt least ehooso tho -:- Candies, Nuts, Tobacco, Cigars. all in leavening but quito full in tho back portion, whero dark colors. Tho clam shell shano in der. Highest of Latest United States It dipped a little, strength. enough to reach ' rough straw mako a nico overyday lint Headquarters for almost anything Report. Government Food tho ground. There was n baque cut ex- lor women 01 almost any age. 1 reA. G. HUFFMAN, Pror. ' actly round and opening in froutnlittlo marked ouo today-- that is picturesque ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., t tho bottom to show a pink vest. Tho and from its broken linos is suited to Hating bought out G A Peyton, t am preparyou want. When you want'aTirst basquo closed on tho left diagonally any face. Tho hat itself was black. ed to furnish my customers with the test ot Milk 106 Wall Street, New York. under two loops and threo bows of bluo Under tho brim was a wrinkloof mauvo (10m the purest breeu of class'meal for 25c, call on him. ribbon. Tho gigot sleeves wero of bluo silk and another juit above tho brim. faillo of tho exact shado of tho ribbon Thero wero llvo black plumes two laid At the prices already established Milk delivered day twice and immense in size. All this ononwork along the sides nnd two stood up in in Stantord and Rowland end of per days. F. B. RILBY.lProprletor, All accounts due at the 30 ' front, whilo tho fifth .For was douo by hand and must have been drooped in tho I will also ttand my thoroujhbled Jetsey Bull, London, - - - Kentucky. & labor of great patience, but tho effect back. Refreshing Bath, Hot or Cold, Several of tho young leaders of fashI hare moved to my new Hotel land am bolter was unique when done. I doubt if St. Stanford, Ky. reputed than ever to accommodate the public, many gowns will bo mado exactly liko ion havo adopted tho mode of combA stylidi Hair Trim or Clsin Shate, go to &rood Livery attached and every convenience (Subject to Registry) it, but somo of tho many kinds of inser- ing tho hair up from tho temples, and At TWO DOLLARS AND A HALF the season. Give me a call. Cook & Farmor's Bnrbor Shop. FRANK RILIY. 77 tions may bo sowed between tho rib- they laughingly daro all other womon A. I. HUFFMAN bons. It averages 20 bands of ribbon to do tho same. Not all faces will bear and as many rows of needlework to tins severo treatment, hut when ouo GENERAL REPAIR SHOP. mako tho length of a skirt, and tho ' thinks how very difilcult it is to keep width is fivo yards around tho bottom. tho hair iu crimp and curl ono feels l'.W GltEE.V. Proprietor. CRAB OnCHARD I'pholsteriog Lounges, Mattrettet, Rocking n., graduating to about two nt tho top, so liko following tho lend. J.? Chairs and all kinds ol : : : Kentucky. Wo havo been told over and over that that it is easy to calculate about how many yards of ribbon it needs, and this tho sleoves wero to bo mado smaller, but Ropairod, Furnituro I am stilt running this would cost not less than 8 cents a yard, moro than half of tho newest gowns And Varnished Pricet to tuil the timet. Call Hotel and will continue to give my guests the imIiuii attenTho braid is a littlo cheaper, but not , havo larger sleeves than hnvo over been and see me at II. C. Ruplcy'aold ttand opposite tion as well as the best the market aflurds, . .... Y")n..i.1- - .11 .1 . Al in this generation. If tho material Strauh't Tin Snop JOHN'T. I1LANKENSH1P, uiucii. uii muk uiuru iwu ii .....Ml. Main Street, Stanford, Ky. pecial Attention to tho Traveltho silk, lining, bones, etc., that mako of which they nro mado is silk, it takes .R. 35.1m tho price run up to an nlarming extent, from six to eight yards; if of wido ing Public. Breeder and thlpperof asido from tho handwork, but what is woolen goods, about threo. But tho A. S. wnen you want a turnout come to ray you 6leovcs nro picturesquo if all that compared to tho fact Crab Orel nrd., liy. and wo SURGEON DENTIST. Thoroughbred Duroc Red Jersey have a dress that few will be that to ' onght to bo satisfied to costlr. get something nblo Since Itt discovery by Daniel To th Public Hogs. duplicate, at least until you hnvo worn tnngiblo for our money for onco. Even Office over McRobertt Drug Store In the new Iloone nearly a century or more ago. the locality Owsley Building, ot Crab Orchard .springs has Un the Mecca of Prices to suit the bard times. Call or leave order tho sleoves to ball dresses nro larger tho Stanf.rd. "Pigs from registered stock for tale, from the bett offJu first freshness of your gown? health and pleasure seekers. With Its healing at the Myers House Ortce tho samo houso was a very pretty than tho waist of tho wearer. e herdt in Ohio and Illinois. Call and examine my waters, oionlc atmosphere and herd or address R. II. Bronaugh, Crab Orchard. It at one. atTords to the enervated and Speaking of ball gowns reminds mo dress just completed for a bright young delilitated a Hope and a .sanitarium, society lady, for a "Newport astonish-er,- " that I hoar from good authority that Co The slclnity abounds with scenes til charm the AY yOU ARK GOING., as ono person styled it Tho wholo all thoso dainty sprigged and flowered Painter and inspire tne Poet, "ylvan walks forme Lover, eubowcred Drive, lor the weary llowlinsr, OK STANFORD. KY., suit wns of drab and purple basket check lawns that wero whisked off tho counR ready to drllvei manufactuied Ice llilllardand Dancing Halls for the light hearted, I iu tho new Irish hand woven linen. The ters of the importers so suddenly last Iromam now tiford Factory to customers regularly and Hunting (or the sportsmen. Especial atten- It sow fully orgamrcd and ready lor buttnett witk the THE winter aro to be worn at tho balls and every morning at the rate of FIFTY CKN1S tion la given to the cuisine.W to Its per week, lor Terms moderate From POUND LOIS and over, and 1'tK Paid up Capital of - $200,000. hops nnd cotillons nt tho swoll watering at tsc IIU.MIKI lots. further Information, apply to in smaller GUs UOFMA, rror. places. Somo young ladies, I am told, E. I1KEMEK, Stanford 10 Surplus, . 21000. Crab Orchard, Ky. havo no less than 10 of theso dainty and SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL delicnto frocks, each ono having its own THOMAS VEAGKR. MYERS HOUSE BANK OK STANFORD, JAMES YEAGER. set of ribbons nnd locos to match the Now closing up) with the tame assets and und.r tne same management. colors nnd flowers to correspond with By provisions of its charter, depositors are as Louibvillc 4 NMVILII R. R. thoo in tho figure. fully protected a. ai. depositors in Natioaal I was told, too, that there is to bo a u.n.i, iu tnarenoiuert Being ncid individuaUy Itaole to the eatcnt ol the amount of their ttoci P. W. GREEN, Prop. It the line for you, as itt calico ball at Lenox, whero evory lady therein at the par value thereol, in addition to the Special Kates to Commercial Men. amount invested in tuch tharet. It may act at who does not wear a calico gown will This stable, which Is run n connection with the ciccutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully at supplied with Myers House, bo fined and any trimming costing over STANFORD. an individual, Make close connection! at 10 cents will also bo tho occasion of a To to A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, II vou need llserv clve us a call Nothing but while thost who entrusted their bulslncstBank ut mnaglnic the Lincoln National CINCINNATI LOUISVILLE And ol fine. Tho money accruing from fines turnouts will leave our stable, bee us Stanford, w. we here lender our many thanka and Buggies, Wagons, For all pointt. forratet. 'In our will go into n fund for a worthy charitrust tbey will continue to transact their business with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenTHROUGH TICKETS SOLD. ty. No jowols will bo permitted withn. .rummer's Supplies and is better than ever BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH HARNESS SHOP tion to same, our twenty year. eipcrience ia isupply the public with "kali-ke- r prcpaici. out a fine. Ono lady is having a banking and as liberal accommodations as are conFor any information enquire of assortment of Harness, gown" mado of chintz in tho most FinsT-OLAs- s JOES. RICE. Agent, mas OFtALL kinds. You will rind a goodIlaveyuur repairing done by sistent with sound banking. stddles.Ac. Stanford, Ky Ur DIKICTOHf. enormous and outrageous pattern possi- Personal and promptattention givento Weddings our man he understands his business. We have a W. A. McQUOWN, Trav. Pass. Agent, mcchaulc in our J. J. Williams, lit. Vernon; ble to discover. Another has a pieco of Parties and Ilurlalt City, Ky Junction S. 11. Shanks, .Stanford; P. W.GREEN, calico representing wholo families of BLACKSMITH SHOP. Proprietor J.S Owsley, Stanford; AL IIURNS, Manager A. G. Lanham cats, and this is to bo mado up into her John U. .Cattleman. S J. Ktubry, Stanford; Will guarantor first class work' and satisfactory coitumo. Verily tho Four Hundred seem prices Tiv o'Jr horse show J It Owsley, Stanford; Agents for Deenug Machines, the lightest draft to bo very hard pushed for boinothiug J V. Cash. Stanford; machine on earth. to amuso themselves with. Culico balls William Gooch7 Stantord; aro not novelties, but dresses with A. W. Carpenter, MillclgevilU, Ky Shortest and quickest between W. II. Cummins, Preachertville flounces of cats arc Thero will naturalS. H. Shankt, President ly bo plenty of protty littlo costumes Dr. J.a Owsley, Cashier, mado of calico, and if girls only knew NEW 13KSI0K Toil SKIKT. Only Direct Line between W. M Bright, Teller was gored, and around tho bottom it they can bo irresistible in dainty print Fmnkfort, Georgetown nnd Paris, skirt AND Carlisle, Mnysvillo, Oynthinnu, IIknriettk HocfeSEAU. there was a bias sprung flounco 10 inches dresses. Falmouth and Covington. deep, stitched with black silk. Tho NATIONAL BANK An Actlto Woman. baquo was cut bias and pulled into OP STANFORD, KY. Ask (or tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains BARBEE&CASTLEMAjN shapo without darts, leaviug a polka Leavenworth, Kan., hns a woman run by Central Standard lime. commissioner Mrs. Eva M. Black-maTimeTablo Jnne 24, 1894. which was faced with plain drab linen. MANAGERS, Capital Stock Tho inhabitants, particularly tho TRAINS EAST. No 7 No. t. No. 3. Tho sleeves wero extra largo nnd finishm, p, m. tu. Surplus Commerce Building, Louisville ed off like tho flounce, and thero was a newspaper young men, wero rather in- Leae I'ranklort A a.700 p.410 too SOLD TO ' Summit 416 110 706 doublo capo of tho samo faced with plain clined to mnke a joko of her appointAttention of Agents throughout the South. to the fac t JJ Elknorn ALL POINTS: that this is the the public it invited in Stanford 7 11 411 only National Hank linen nnd closing on tho left side with ment nt first, but sho soon convinced " 4 aS Switrer 718 140 Under the provisions of the National Bank Act threo fancy pearl buttons. Whito linen them that sho was not nt all to bo taken 300 438 7 a3 depositors are secured not only by the capital OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, 77. A. TEIBBLE, Local Agent, cuffs nnd collar gave a wry neat effect as a joke. She has succeeded iu getting " Stamping Ground-- .734 Duvail 10 " 444 stock, but by the stockholders' liability for an o " Johnson 4 jo .7 40 amount equal to the stock, to that depotitori ol WISCONSIN, STANFORD, KY. to this suit. Thero wero n black ribbon tho disgraceful old jail thoroughly ' Georgetown.....!) ...7 46 4 57 33 this Institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. ' C. S. Depot S OJ cleaned up and ventilated. Sho lias also 3 7 55 Five tworn statements of thacondition of the bank belt nnd a steel buckle at tho waist 8 a? ' MISSOURI, KANSAS, Newton 3 ao 313 art made each yearto the United States govern8 16 This now linen is sold by but one instituted a syntuni of police signals Centreville 3 3; 3 at ment and in assets ar. examined at stated timat Portland. San Francisco 8 ao " 3 45 NEBRASKA, COLORADO, j as by government agents, thua tecfringaddititona houo hero nnd is woven to thoir order whereby members of iho forco can lo Arrive Kluabeth C 8 30 Parts 4 00 3 35 and perfect tafety to depositors. in Irelaud. Tho weavo is much liko put into immedinto jommnuicntion with This institution, originally established at th. ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, A "World's hopsacking; but, whilo floxiblo, it is one another. Another thing sho did Deposit Bank of Stanford In 1838, then lied at the National Bank ol Star'jrd in iWj and No. a. No. 4. No. 8 No. ti very firm, nnd it is glossy nnd really a was to drive n variety concert troop out TRAINS WEST. a. in. p. ui. 2. m TEXAS, " again re.organited at the First National Bank ol 4 40 Mrs. Bluckmau is Lve Paris ... C... .'..... 10 00 very beautiful fabric. Tho colors aro of Leavenworth. Stanford in 1S82, hat had practically an uninter605 445 -- VIArupted existence of p years. It it better tuppliad 6 if 27 years old. Sho was a Arr Elizabeth .10 10 lOUn-WE- H j ai nearly all neutral and woven in somo young, only WBT, I0UB-WB6 19 now with lacllitietfor transacting business prompt CentrevUle....io i( stenographer beforo her appointment. Arr Newtown ly and liberally than ever before in itt long aad sort of plaid, all small, however. 102a 627 Arr 540 honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fidu60a 641 FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS Thero seems no end to tho develop- Sho is ono of tho strong, iutollcctual ArrC.S. Depot II - 9 3 ciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully toileGeorgetown 645 1037 747 AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. ment of new ideas iu hats and bonnets. women that tho labor and Populist Arr Johnson. 800 ted. 651 1147 Arr 6 57 10 jt, Tha Directory ol thit Bank it composed ol 810 Some of the prettiest of those havo little movement hnvo brought to light in Arr Duvail BEST ROUTE TO THE ArrStamp'g Ground 11 00 830 703 Forest! Reid, Lincoln county ; or nothing to thorn, yet they aro pretty Kansas to such n remarkable degree. Arr Switzer S 50 tl 10 7 13 S. T, Harris, Lincoln; 720 .1117 905 and nearly always becoming. A rough She edits a littlo paper called Tho La- Arr Elkhorn O. A, Lackey, Linroln; bor News and does much of tho typeset- Arr Summit ..A 1113' 726 9 ij VESTIBULED COACHES, 'UllMAN and ready black straw was in tho shapo 1130 Arr Frankfurt. 733 923 J. W. Uaydon, Stanford; PULLMANSAND of n turban with a decided point in tho ting on it herself. A connecti with L. A N. SLEEPING AND DINING CAR! S.H. naughman,Lincolo; FARLOR CARS. front of tho brim. On tho top wero set II connecti with Q. - C. and L. S. J. S.Hocker, Stanford; C connecti with K. C. SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE fiewliiK nnd Cooking. black velvet bows, and along tho front ONLY LINK FROM LOUISVILLE W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; SUNDAY TRAINS. Tho sowing and cooking classes conchine-- six M. D. Elmore, Stanford; pink m Georgetown 10 a. - DINING - CARS. wero roncttcs of mado crepo dobecoming nected with working girls' clnbs have m.Leave Frankfort 9 0010a.37; ;arrive Frankfort 00 30 MORFOLKWESTERN RAILROAI RUNNING a Tory Lve Georgetown T. P. Hill, Stanford. of them. It it CHCAPCST. BCST AND QUICKEST LINE. m. K. L. Tauner, McKinney ; WRITE TO bit of fominino apparel. There was a been of tho greatest asistanco to theso p. The Kentucky Midland Railway and connecWrite fur Kntcs, Iait, M.J.Miller, Mt. Vernon. hat of rough straw in dnrk bluo and youug ladies. They carry tho knowledge tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all 'amplilels, to nny Stutlon TimcTnbles, Descrlptlv Agent, or to E. H, BACON, D. P. A.. F.J.UEED.G.PA 111. white, with an edgo mado to resemble gained in tho claws into their poor points .south, East, North and West. J S. Hockor, President; Louisville, Ky. Chicago, M. f. BrSAOO, ALLtN HULL, apply to their agents. W. B. BCVILL. For further information John J. McRoberts.'Cathier; whito straw beads held with bluo straws. homos and make then brighter, huppier Pli. hwi str l. Trfllf P.m. kg C. D. HEHCAW'. Gen, Patt. Agent. A. A. McKinney, Aimtant Cashier. U010kE,Si. Denver. Iho brim was faced with bluo crepo kind moro healthful. GEO. I). HARPER, Gen. Supt tUlllHlS.O. HUlAUm A. St. Paul. Train itavos Kowiand at a. m., returning 3L&N. .la Italicuno. On (ho .outside- thero wero It a Candidate (or Magistrate In the Stanfotd prethreo bluo iris lilies, with green foliaio cinct. Subject to the action of the democracy. Baby was Kick, we rut, her distort. Always on hand Two doors above caught down liko mj many ribbons. Tho Wn alio wna Child, ahe' cried for Cnstorlv a flowers stood upright This hat was to When The Nobiest and Nicest Goods? C. DAVID When aho became Mis, aha clung to GastorlA. j bo worn with tho bluo ribbon gown. When she had Children, she geve thetn CaMorfa, a candidate (or Constable in the lluttontllle Is Can be had in the market. Prices lower than the It depends upon tho wearer what Magisterial District, subject to the action ot the lowest Mourning goods a specialty. Call and tho hat will take. It may bo bout democratic party. ' examine before busing MAIIV DAVIS DUDDF.RAR. nnd twisted to any angle or any numlwr Mrs. Kate Dudderar, Manager Stanford, Ky of folds nnd involutions. Ono graceful A. SHANNON, COMMKkCIAL BLOCK btylo was mado with tho rushliko straw Is a candidate for Constable in the II uton villc shape bent down ou each side Precinct. Klectioti November next. ThsDivis Vertical Feci S.wing Michino. enough to form a curve. On tho top of This notice forewarnt hunter, fishermec and tho tlark green crown was a bunch of others not to trespass on our lands without G. D. SMILEY as all au.h will be ptosecutcd to the (ul Held daisies nnd loops of sago groon ribAre the bfl because hey run lighter and can do Signed: bon. Thero wns a wiro around tho brim est extent of the law. Is a candidate lor Justice ol the Pence in the litis a greater sarlcty of work than any other tewing, MRS. AMANDA ALCORN, lotivllle precinct, subject to the action ul tbe machine The covered with twisted sago green ribbon. V. M. HKWEs democratic parly. Such a hat was more than pretty for a Lncllos Lincoln County golden blond. Acute little lumn'ot had BT7GCT2Are cordially Invited to call at the St Asaph n coronet of quilled pink satin ribbon L. II. ADAMS, Hotel and examine the mm hlne, at well as sam around n crown of white porcupine chip. pies of us work McMUKKAV BROS., All kinds of Carriage and lluggy Tops, Dashes It a candidate for Justice of the Peace in the Stanford Ky A Jargo American Beauty roo was its and Fcndctt precinct, subject to the action of the democratic party solo trimming, except if it may bo called- a trimming lnrgo strings of whito REPAIRED AND RECOVERED DR. W. E. 1 KEN tullo to tio under tho chin. Tho wido In "T. s ttle and at Satisfactory l'rlcct. brim sailor, white, blue, red, groon, JOHN It DcNARDI, Ths present Constable, is a candidate for Carriage I'ainlcr and Trimmer, purplo or black, is a primo favorite. in the Stanford precinct, subject to the action Staufonl Ky. 0(5ce South fcid Main St., in office recently ol the democratic party. Electluu in Nosember. Somo of them aro trimmed quito hoavi- He asks your support. by I'Olt-Oltic- W. L. DAWJSON H. r. PEYTON, I jut POSTED. J. TOPS. of Hus-tontil- ij-- First-clas- J. EDICT, PENNY Dentist. io-- & BROWN, Blue-Gra- ss VEXTDOME HOTEL, nut-clan Higgins & Watts, of Coal, Stanford, Blue-Gra- R. Zimmer, -- All Kinds tarn-pi- e D. S. CAKPEITTEH, Respectfully Invited. 1 Fancy Groceries, Foreign and Do- lit-ti- o Hawdet I Pure mestic Fruits, jut Jersey Dairy. f' f THE RILEY HOUSE Jersey Cows, d. Siuflrc of Lambert, R ZIMMER. The Myers House, n H. Bronaugh., s I n. mwmk -- t, Stanford, SHOlTtfMILj tBHtj PRICE, SEASONOF 1894 home-lik- nrat-cla- is LIVERY STABLE. WORTH WEST, ICE, ICE. Farmers Rank&Trnst LIYXRY STABLE n has-bee- YEAGER & YEAGER, Double Dally Trains well-know- n fc-- first-clas- s Ilri-dle- s, ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. Ky. Midland R'y, Cincinnati nnd Frankfort Insurance Company NORFOLK RAILROAD. po-lic- o WESTERN TICKETS FIRST n. 8200,000 21,300 a Fair Record. -- B T, .THE NORTH AND EAST. A- Wa'll'M-..(rrA- l. ( ,; jJiftKV, 1ML , ' l! fchf. 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