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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894081401 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. , ' ,- , -- . -' -- t. f-- fi ,p rjT r V Vir Semi-Weekl-y vol. xxii. HUST0NV1LLE. llock-e- Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. AUGUST 14. 1894. NO. 47 Then his mind hecamo clairvoyant. CHURCH AFFAIRS. fe The face of his dead Sunday-schoo- l r ...MleseaSallle (JooSco and Lou There are over, 300 churches in teacher came up beforo him. In his hnvo roturneil from n few tin) a' visit ears ho heard her soft, low voice as she Brooklyn, which is known as the City of to Danville. MARRIAGE RING. used to read, to him in the litttle coun Churches. ...The public school taught by Mips ...Rev. John Godbey's meeting at the try church. "I was an hungered and ye Northern Methodist church, Highland, Knto Dlaln was opened on Monday IpbU gave mo meat, I was thirsty and ye gave JIV K.T. S.MITJI. There arc 61) enrolled. me drink, naked and yo clothed me. closed Sunday with 51 additions. KITTKN rOK TIIK I TKHIOK JOIKNAL There are several cnseB of typhoid ...At Rov. Ben Deering's meeting in Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one (Continued from last Tuesday.) (ever in thla vicinage. Let us uso every St. Louis i'OOO people paid 2.3c a piece to of the least of these, my brethren, ye hear Rev. Sam Jones preach. precaution and if possible allay itu "But my hiHband is not dead! Who have done unto me." Elder J. T. Brown is holding n meetspread. says he is dead? He will be here in the "This then is the crucial test, as illusing at McCormacks. There were two ...Quito a crowd went to IleecliRrovo morning." trated by our Savior himself. No interFriday ovenlnx thinking the debate "My God! Ib that so?" rogatories as to which church held your confessions the first week. It will conCovering his face with his hands, he membership. No would bo on hands but were disappoint tinue through this. A Clean Sweep This Time ! interrogatories about ...Tho Baptist Gleaner, which has cd. There should bo an understanding sank down on tho bench overcome with your baptism." been published at Fulton for several Sio.ooo's worth of Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing, Hats, &c, to go inhis emotions. When he looked up again in regard to it. Tiien charitable deeds, long ago foryears, has been sold to the Western Re...Quite an accident happened to Mr. hia faco was white and hard as marble' gotten, to the hands of the people at once. came back to hitn. corder, at Louisville, for $2,500. John Allen Saturday night while on liis his uyes blood shot and lumiuotiB with "When have I ever seen distress and way from church. Hia horso fell, threw rage. A thousand opithots of passionate failed to alleviate it, as for as I was able? The Hubble correspondent of the Having decided to quit business, wc will commence at once a grand him oil, dislocated his shoulder and upbraiding, of scathing reproaches rose Who has appeared to mo when hungry Advocate facetiously Bays of the dancing to his lips, but when ho saw her bruised him considerably. or thirsty, or naked that I have not min- pavilion. "I Buppose it will result in face turnod on him so pleadingly ...Tho colored picnic under tho superistered unto their wants? But is not sui- much good, as it is mostly a church afvision of tho "I'nited Brotherhood" was he could only say: cide murder? Is it not the unpardon- fair." "Kvelyn-Mr- s. Mr. L. M. Lasley assisted Revs. Savwell attended. Tho nature thereof, beAllyn, you have murder- able sin1"' ing religious, all deemed it expedient to ed my heart! Your love of admiration, age, Oney and Cockrill in a 10 days meetNow his school days came back to his leave razors, guns and "dangerous woap your feverish desire for flirtation has still clairvoyant mind. He recalled what ing at the new Methodist church at in all departments and surrender the field to other hands ons" at homo, therefore peace reigned killed me! Oh! if you had only told me Bishop Whately, in his Elements of Log- Preacheravillo and won 20 souls to Christ, Of our stock which we do with a feeling of sincere gratitude to the warm hearted supreme, and the band played "Anuio the truth! How could you be so cruel? ic, Bays under the head of "Fallacies:" 10 of them professed sanctification. W. W. Bryan, who died in Shelby friends who have so generously sustained us, and in a spirit of generItooney." Why did you tell nio you were a wid- "He who deserts tho post to which ProvWednesday, Thursday and Saturday ow?" idence das appointed him, and presempt last week, had been a member of the osity that we have never had cause to entertain toward any other of last week aro said to have been the "But Jennio Taylor corrected that, uously cuts short his state of probation Baptist church for 7.' years. He doubthottest days evor experienced here. she said she would. I did not deceive is guilty of a sin, but of one not the least less got so used to clove communion that community. We propose to wind up our business with one crownThe extreme warm weather together you intentionally. There has been a analogous to murder. To do so implies he will Lave to have a separate table in ing act of liberality that shall nat be equaled in years to come. with a scarcity of water has made us fearful mistake somewhere. No better assortment of goods can be found in Stanford, and all God help no inhumanity. It is much more close- heaven. ...Kentucky Conference M. E. church, must and will be sacrificed at once, together with the entire fixtures realize more fully our inability to alle- us both!'' ly allied to indolence or the waste of South, will meet in Frankfort, Sept. "JS'o, Miss Taylor told mo nothing. viate matters of such nature. timo in trifling pursuits." Duncan will preside. The preach- contained in our large Double Store Rooms, as we must vacate the . .Mr. Bryant Welcher, who has had You told mo you wero a widow. Where 'Therefore' the sin I would commit It is folly to talk about cost to get rid of charge of the thresher in thjs section, could I expect to find truth if not from hourly, if alive in coveting my neigh- ers who belong to the cIbss of the first buildings in a few weeks. was shot by Mr. Beldon, who had been the lips of one I regarded as an angel? bor's wife would be infinitely greater year are notified to send sermons for ex- goods. We have got to lose money and have got the nerve to do it. working for him, Saturday night. The Couldn't you seo that my whole life was than to cut short my probation. God amination not later than Aug. 25th, to People shall either load up at once or forever wish they had. Fine Rev. Dr. E. II. Pearce, Somerset. wound is n slight one aud was dressed wrapped up in you?" recognizes that there aro burdens greatline of Dress Goods, including Henriettas, Broad Cloths, Plaid and The Catholic Total Abstinence Union Mr. Bclden made by Dr. Humphrey. "How could I, when you have always er than we can bear, for when Cain cried hia exit. From all accounts there was treated me aa a kind and considerate out that his punishment was greater than at its convention in St. Paul, with only striped Suitings, Velvet Plushes, &c, as well as lower grades of no cause for the misdemeanor. friend? You have always beeu so def- ho could bear, God recognized Itliat it one dissenting vote, adopted a resolution Dress Goods. All kinds of Notions, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, Tho party given by tho Misses Cooke erential, so pet ful I mado sure Jennie was so, and came to his aid with a special endorsing the decision of Mgr. Satolli, Shoes and Trunks will be sold at Walter-Howas indeed a "awell" alTalf Their su- had corrected what I considered a harm enactment. And now, when I(am no sustaining the action of Bishop of Col unions, Ohio, in refusing to homo was beautifully and artis- less joke. T hen I spoke of eotno one longer able to support the burden laid burban tically decorated, elegant refreshments coming to put Mr. Howard's upon me, when the human part of my- recognize in his church Catholic socie- One-Hawero served, in short every thing was nose out of joint, I thought you would self is wearied out and I come aud lay ties officered by liquor dealers. done to conduce to tho pleasure of their understand that I had reference to my the immortal Dart at mv Savior's feet, I ...The Methodists of this country colThousands of yards of Prints to close at 4c per yard; best blc. Cot-tc- n The husband. And now, my wronged friend, guests, aud with marked fuccesn lect for current expenses, principally the feel that he will tell me to take my rest I yd. wide 6yc; best bro. Cot. 5c; in fact not one item in the what can I do to make amenda for the aa he did his deciples when they, worn salaries of their ministers, about $14,000,- Misses Alcorn's and Mrs. M. G. Thomphouse spared all must go and quickly at that. son's soirees coinu under the same cruel nrong I have douo you? If you out with watching, dropped to sleep, 000 yearly; tho Episcopalians about List of Fixtures to be Sold, regardless of Value: Five Show Cas could read my heart, could know how I while He agonizingly prayed in tho garcategory. the Baptists JS.000,000, and the Congregatioualists $7,000,000. The aver es, 1 Cashier's Desk, three Clothing Tables, 100 feet of Iron, display .J. 1. Harper has been quite sick; am am suffering, I am sure you would for- den of Gethsemane.'' Mr. give me." glad to report him convalescent. Now the Buicides of Sampson, Saul age salary of the Methodist minister is rods, S large Rochester Lamps; One good heating stove and other is also sick. Kd Poesy "Forgive you! I have nothing to for and Ahithophel aa mentioned in the Bi- J&50, exclusive of fees and donations; of things too numerous to mention. John Dinwiddio and Stevo Havdsn npent Sunday with give! It was all my own stupidity. I ble came up before him; these reminded the Congregationalist minister $1,050; of A splendid chance for parties wishing to rent rooms and continue J. B. Cook. Messrs J. It. and J. B. take all the blame on myself. Like tho him to try the Blole as means of div- the Presbyterian something more; of the business at our stand, which we consider by far the best in the city. here. moth I have fluttered too near tbo llaino Adams, of Ala., are vlsiting-friendThis Sale will continue from day to day until the entire stock is ination to read his fate in biblioman-cy- . Episcopalian still more.... Forum. Misses Beaver and Inez Lapsloy aro vis and have been consumed, But I do not disposed of. We would most earnestly insist that you come early Ho opened his Bible at random, A Chicago woman has sued her husitine Misaea Lucy and Mattio Alcorn. regret it. I hare caught a glimpse of then cloning- his eyes he placed his finband for divorce because ho keeps quo- and avoid the crowd that is bound to follow. Mlm Klnkead. ot Danville, and Mies paradise and I can nover consent to de- ger on a verse. The verse that his fin& Cain, of Waahington City, are visiting scend to earth again. My summons has ger rested on was the Hth verse of the ting verses from the Bible about wives obeying their husbands. Mrs. M. G. Thomson. come and I am ready to answer it." "What is my 6th chapter of Job: ...In Franklin county, Me., there is a "Now my dearest friend do not be so Btrength, that I should hope? And what divorced wife, who, for two years, has ...London's population, it is estimated, gloomy. Time can heal all things. 'The a mine end, that I should; prolong my been for her incrcasea nt tho rate of 'JOO souls a day. will life?" darkest day, live but till Things go on smoothly in spite of the .. In the Hth century (50,000,000 poo have passed away.'" "That settles it," belsuid, as he closed fact that the r J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. is visited for "But there will bo no pie died of tho black plague in Europe the book. twice a week by an attentive beau. " I shall me. and Asia. 4, 1894. Througti tho open window floated the ...Grant Cecil has had a varied expeAccording to tho statistics $000,000,-00- 0 "Ob! yes, thero will be many happy sobbing wail of the violins, mingled with was married in Lee coun- Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music latsl rience since he Now listen to me. Hun the gay laughter of the merry dancers. is spent in the United States every ty to Miss Rhoda Maze. In less than 10 An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. down to the Warm Springs for a week or year for tobacco. "What will the dancera Bay, when uiinutf b after the ceremony he became ...Federal courta aro operating 152 rail, two. In a week's time you will smile at they gather around my re- engaged in a fight with John Burns and way Bystems, representing a capitaliza- this infatuation. Then come back here mains in tho morning? Will they couple Joe Damsel, two former rivals with him aud let me introduco you to Tom my my death with her name? I must pretion of $2,600,000,000. for the bride's hand. During the progMrs. Hannah Chard, of GaBsboro, husband. Let Tom tell you what a vent that. The resident physician here ress of the fight Cecil killed both his N. Y., who la naid to bo 10T years old, prosy existence a married life is, what a knows my heart is affected from the ex. xo, 1894. antagonists. He was arrested ami lodgfailure marriage Is, then you will be glad cessive use of tobacco. has ISO grandchildren. I can use the ed in the Beatty ville jail, where he reThirty Professors and Instructors; Nine Courses of Study, as fol Tho world's total gold yield last year enough that he is still in the flesh, and tincture of aconite, prescribed by him. a few days ago, when the an increase of about was that I am not a widow. But hush! Here The accumulated cigar stumps on tho mained until lows: Agricultural, Scientific, Biological, Chemical, Civil Engineer captured a letter which Cecil had over the provioua year. comes Mr. Howard, I havo an engage- hearth will give the learned doctor a cur, jailer ing, Mechanical Engineering, Veterinary, Classical, Normal School. Temple has a pop- ment for this dance with him. Come to I can see him point knowingly at them written to his brother, asking the latter COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. ...Chicago's Masonic The prisoner to rescue him by force. ulation of 5,000 and 50 janitors aro em. meat 11 o'clock tonight in the ball- as ho pompously announces the cauEe of Board in dormitories $2.25 per week; in private families S3. 50 to 4.00. Wis at onco transferred to Winchester. ployed. Tho outside windows number room aud tell me you will tako my ad- my sudden demise." For Catalogues apply to vice and go to tho Warm Springs." 1,420, ..Kx. Ho got up and lit a cigar, then going to The Tennessee supremo court has JAS. K. PATTERSON, Ph. D., President, Beforo ho could reply, Mr. Howard his trunk he secured the bottle of acon- impeached Judge Johu B. Tnlley, of the Tho most valuable of all furs is that Lexington, Ky. of tho sea otter, for a single skin of came up simpering, and said; Ninth judicial circuit, for complicity in ite and held it up to the light. has boen paid. Tho your which animal $1,100 "I beg pardon. I hate to disturb Its garnet eyes glared at him with a the killing of Robert 0. Hoi's, who ruinlong, by 111 of a "mooning," Mr. Carter, but I am on Mrs. fiendish gleam. MY STOCK OF average Bkln is Talley, a8 ed the former's yard w ido. Allyn's card for this dance." Now he could hear the dancera dispers- a result of the decision, will have to ...A Port Huron (Mich.) man tried to ing and going to their respective rooms. stand trial on the charge of murder in CHAPTER III. kisti his hired girl without tho girl's con"Terpsichore has played her part, the first degree. Aa soon as Mr. Carter saw that tlioy sent. He's in jail now. When he gets next comes Melpomino on the scene," ...An attempt is being made to have had reached tho he got out ho will have to reckon with his wife he thought, as he placed the bottle cf the charter of the Tullman Car Co. restaggered to his room. After locknud with tho fool killer. voked because it is charged that the ing tho door he throw himself upon his aconite upon tho table. ..."The death of Gen. Jo Holt recalls bed. A bloody mist waft before Ids oyes (To bo continued.) company has exceeded its authority by tho fact that during tho first decade of Great veins seamed his owning vast property nnd iuteresta in Tablets, &c. , is very large and brow. His torn- Buciiln'aArnlca Salve. tho century Kentucky gave birth to five pies throbbed like the beatiug of mighty corporations not necessary to its leother The best salve In the world tor cuti, bruueis men who wero destined to play a great manufacturing cars. hammers. lorci, ulcers, salt rheum, fovcr sorei, tetter, chap- gitimate business of ped hands, chilblain!, cornt and all ikin erupnnrt in tho war for and against tho Un It is estimated that tho world's can"Oh! God, what havo I done that this It positively curei piles, or no pay requirion. No other State produced such a atlliction should como upon me in my tion. It U guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction non have cost over 10,000,000. ed. 1'rice 5 cents per box, or money refunded. war group as Abraham Lincoln, Robert old age?" For sale by A. K. fenny, Stanlnrd, Ky. Davis Knights of Pythias. The only diAnderson, Joseph Holt, Jellorson He closed his eyes to shut out the Call and Sec Us. Spoclmon Cftaoa. Sidney JohiiBon. Lincoln, rect line from Stnnford to Vnsuington( and Albert bloody mist that was present before him. fc Ohio S. II Cliffonl, New duel, Wis , was troubled D. C, is via the Chesapeake Anderson and Gen. Holt wero born Gen. stomach But opened or closed it glared beforo with Neuralgia and Rheumatism; his an alarm-inB.. FEETCN"Z w as disordered, his liver was atf ected to route, therefore, if you are going to atIn almost contiguous counties and the lighthiiu with all the vividness of tho degree, appetite fell away aud he was terribly Knights of Pythias Conclave, fivo were born between tho years 1S03 ning's flash. He recalled aud her last words. reduced in llesn cured strength. Three bottles 01 tend the him. Electric Hitters which convenes August 22d to 26th and 1S00." ".Shall 1 meet her at 11 and tell her I Edward Shepherd, Ilarnsburg. lllm O. Two will want to take the C. runtime sore on his leg of eight ) ears' standWho aiih Postkd. Will tel havo decided to go to the Warm Springs? ing. Used three bottles of Electric Hitters Those trains leave Lexington daily and arand hd boxes you that the llncst and healthiest No, I cannot. It is useless to fight leg is sound of llucklen's Arnica SalveCaUwbis fast Speaker, adand well' summer resorts in the northwest aro against fate. I can never forget her. O., hail five large fever John on his leg; doctor rive in Washington three hours in sores located along tho Wisconsin Central Timo will but intensify her memory. I said he was incurable. One bottle ol Electric vance of any other line. No change of ric Uitters and one box llucklen's Arnica Salve cars. One glance nt the map will conLines, among which are Lake Villa, Fox entirely. Sold by A. R. l'euny, drugLake, Antioch, Burlington, Mukwonago, caunot live with that memory forever cured him gist. vince you that the C. & O. is the only Waukesha, Neenab, Waupaca, Fifleld, gnawing at my heart. There is only one line to Washington. Tickets go on Bale A Houaohold Treasure Ashland and Duluth. TouristB and refuge. It is the laft resort of despair. D. W. Fuller, oi Canajoharie, N. Y., says that August 22d to 2Gth inst., good until SepnlBBsiiro seekers figuring on their next It is the coward's remedy for despair, the he always keeys Dr. King's New Discovery In tb e aiimmnr'a vacation should boar this in For full information, sleepoc without it. If tember 15. lamuy wouiu uouie ana oblivion of the grave suicide, Yes I riocunoie. mso. a. uykemsnnoiuruKCi", a mlnil find before selecting a routo WHAT DQE5 IT MEAN? ing car berths, tickets, etc. write or teleis Dr. Kins'a New lino to Jaa. O. Pond, General Passenger am a coward, I have not the courage to N. Y., says that best uiugn remedy; Discovery has phone George W. Barney, division pasmat ne undoubtedly the IT ralhi RonM Ittne.ni th.t tha Qata mad CrMffnt shortestIs Cincinnati shcrteit Ageut of tho Wisconsin Central Lines, face life with Hope dead in my heart, usvil It tn his lamuy for cifht yeau. aud It has to I'lutltinall aul Lc.lnpton; tl intlei that is claimed for u. miles shortest Cludnnltl to New Orle.nil jus lulles shorted at Milwaukee, Wis., and ho will send with her memory forever haunting me. lcvc. laiieu to uo alllong tried ana tested, r uy senger agent, Lexincton, Ky. Cioduuili to ChMUuuof a, AlUiiU. cr JtelsonTillt, i lorMt. not try a rimeiiyio irlal you maps, timo tables and guide hookB A. K, Penny's Drug Store. ReguKenneth Paxemore had the zood fortune to re- containing valuable information, which God forgive me! Forgive me, if this is bottle tree atand S1.00. lar slse 30c. Cnamberlain's Colic, Choi-.- ' SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS ceirc a small bottle ol Remedy idolatry!'upon application. when three mem aro mailed free and Diarrhoea tn I ShrtTf-tr- t. point.. Thron.h .11 tho lwtenOnlT cflinn running throuth cars Cars t VIcstWKnaxtllld ul ilykentery. This of hU familT were sick Then with the instincts of hia business My boy was tafcea with a disease rewmbline bers small bottlo curod them withand he had some l'inLnti U all Dtrwt lias tu Tnu bloody (lux. The first thine I thought of wu one AhillU. V. C. Ask cnu alwut tour. anj lt ilea rU New llrUau r M Vnow an old soldier who had chronic rvm UuLtI1!,. training he coolly calculated the pros Ctamberlatn's Colic, Cholera anc Diarrhoea lelt which he gate to Geo. W. Ilaker, a prominent WCallfuraU. U MhrtTtuurt. of long undiiwlo have . b.n cuuimUvU ll niis at Lexifljtoa place. Lewlston, N. C.,and it curbatllrvilL and LawnnMborf.dlwe w.,..w, Remedy. Two doses of it settled the matter and merchant of theaame complaint. When troubled cured by tamne inainoMiiii tdward ihumpik a and cons, debating, aa he thought rationltt..ti.MtalutaalBUteath. heartily recommend ed him of the Q Remedy." says cured mm souud and well, dysentery, diarrhoea, colic or cholerp morbus ol Minneapolis Minn "I ally, if suicide was the only remedy. this remedy lo all persons suffering, from a like with this remedy a trial and you will be more than 0 ta'l l'm'r Agent, CUuuuiatl. O. n.omlnent ilruzel n jrr... will answer any Inquiries regarding give complaint. I have told the remedy in mis cuyior medicine now "Am I prepared to die? What will it when stamp is enclosed. I reler to any county pleased with the result. The pralte that natuial-l- y consider it superior to any other follows its Introduction anu use has made it veQUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. Su the market forbowel complaint, .. a4 nt Soc my Maker ask mo when I appear before ollicialas totny teliability. Wm. Koach, J. P., for sa'.e by Dr. Or-G. Hock-eI'rimroy, Campbell county, Tenn. For sale by ry popular, ae and jo cent bottlo Ky. botllet of this remedy for tale tT S, 6. Hocker,Drug,'ist, Stanford, Him nt the judgment bar?" Ky. G. Hocler, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. Dr. S. DrugsUt, Stanford, THECROWNLESS MARTYRS OF THE H0OID ei BYB 99 ( ) B. F. Jones & Son's Farewell to Stanford. Closing and tear-stain- ed Clearance Sale. ' ri-- n, lf Regular Prices. j n 513,-000,00- 0; . s - B. F. JONES SON. houso-keep- er Stanford Female College. Next Session Begins Tuesday, Sep. house-keepe- To-nig- ht awe-Btricke- State CollegeMKentueky Opens September I'JlV-W.CO- O, two-yar- ds sister-iu-la- -- ball-roo- m up-an- d FINE PAPERS. SCHOOL BOOKS. A. Our Prices Can Not Be Duplicated. Druggist. jr inet-yo- u Sc IP 17 M 109 23 90 X .. e.tly dUr-thoe..- a 1; 1 .go S. r, h. J 7 f NJ ,t . fc. " hJ " Ktj.! TS '''VlB Terijpr.r, -- ts j wwjT' Gov. O'Farrill gave the 600 Coxeys encamped on the Old Dominion near Washington orders to move on, but they declined to do bo. Then he called out 8tanford, Kv., . August 14, 1894 three companies of militia and equipped for service with 20 rounds of ammuni tion each, they marched upon the foe and drove them upon tbe bridge over W. P. WALTON. the Potomac, where they were halted by the authorities of tho District of Columbia and kept for several hours till word DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. was given that they could encamp till ....JAS. 11. M'CREAUY FOR CONGRESS.... by which time it will bo decided For County Judge JAS. WALKER GIVENS what shall be done with tho vagabonds, ' G. B. COOPER whom Gen. Coxey drow from all parts of Clerk ' Attorney....... J. B. PAXTON the country. -- l.T. D. NEWLAN'D Sheriff. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal I to-da- y, Assessor Jailer E. D. KENNEDY G. W. DE110RD t. Lift about half of the above figures. SomerThe Underwood Bros, shipped two set Paragon. Wc are offering in this great sale, while there are lots of others too by death this year. car loads of hay to Pineville ot GOc per numerous to mention. The U. S. government has at last hundred. Conventions to Nominate Magistrates and recognized the Republic of Hawaii. ...Tho Gould boys have spent nearly Constables. ...Two were killed and several injured half a million dollars in their European Pursuant to a call made by tho chair in a collision on the Santa Fe'Road, near yachting trip. man of tho democratic committee of LinGibbs, Mo. ...Azoto 2:09, promises to do great coln, a meeting was held at tho court And wc will convince you that we arc selling goods for ...The People's Bank'building at wnrk this vear. He has not made a house in the town of Stanford, on Monwhich cost 111,500 in boom Judge Oaswkll Bknnbtt, chief justice break this season. day, 13th day of August, ISO I, for the of the Kentucky Court of Appeals, times, sold Friday for $V00. Over 900 racers have already been purpose of determining the time and d ...Col. Tom Pepper and Judge whose illness of neuralgia of the heart, entered for the fall meeting of the La' manner of nominating candidates for tho bad a fist fight at Lexington over a was mentioned in our last, is dead. He tonia Jockey Club. oflico of justice of the peace and constawas born in Halifax county, Va., in 183C, discussion of the Breckinridge case. W. H. Campbell writes from Ran- ble in the various magisterial districts in Than any other house in Stanford. O. C. Martin and daughter, Mrs. and came to Livingston county, Ky., in dolph county, Mo., that it has not rained Lincoln county. Murrell Milton, were thrown from their 1857, where he has since held his resithere in seven weeks. The ineoting after being called to orcarriage at Charleston, W. Va , and in dence. In 1867 he was elected circuit Only once before in 32 years has der, a quorum being present, adopted judge and in 1870 ran for appellate judge, stantly killed. corn sold higher in Chicago than wheat the following resolution, Peitro Caseldo was as it does at present. but was defeated by Judge Lindsay. Resolved, That it is the sense of this Eight years later he was again a candi arraigned in a New York court for cut...Good rains have fallen in the Iowa committee that for tho purpose of namETZ"., playmate in the date and successful. Since then he has ting his corn section, but it comes too late to help ing the democratic nominees for the offiA. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor been a member of the highest court in neck with a razor. any but tho late crops. ces of justices of the peace and for con ...The appropriation for the expenses the State and at the time of hia death was ...M. S. Baughman's mare Ella B., stable that a mass convention be called T. D. RANEY, Manager. chief justice. Though not a brilliant of the Indian Bureau this year is 59,338,- beat the great 51,800 Lou Chief in a road- and held on the Sth day of September, man, he was an honest one and a just 8S0, an apparent increase of $1,454,040 ster ring at Nicholasville. 1S94, as follows: judge and his popularity is shown in the over that of last year. District No. 1, Stanford; No. 2, Crab ...Fok Sale.... House and lot at rrjOrxi Lizzie Daniels, 14 years old, shot and fact that he was recently occupied by Sam McCormack. Orchard; No. 3, Kingsville; No. 4, O killed a Miss Weaver, aged 1G, at Scott-dal- Apply to G. W. Craig, McKinney, Ky. for the appellate judgeship without opPa., because the latter refused to Andposition. A scramble for tbe succession T. J. Quisenberry has bought for And that tho results of the said conbegan almost before tbe body was cold. give up a swing to her. Spears & Stuart, Paris, 20,000 bushels of ventions be certified to tho county comF. D. & T. M. Sampson, C. Powers bluegrass seed at 35 cents. Winchester mittee by the chairmen of the several York World is authority for and R. L. Blakeman were admitted to Sun. The New district conventions, as determined by tbe statement that Madeline Pollard has the bar at Barbourville, making 30 law E.T. Pence, of Lincoln, sold toBesz-le- the said district conventions. The variengaged with Manager Nelson Roberts yers in that little town. Bros., of this county, 15 three-yeaNow in stock will be sold ous conventions shall be called to order to appear on the stage in October. She ...There has just died at Ottawa, Ohio, old cattle at 3J cents. Lancaster Re- by the district committees. will make her debut at Chicago and after- Wm. Morfier, who becamo blind, deaf, cord. R. R. Gentry, Chmn. wards appear in all the larger cities. dumb, insane and epileptic in succession, A. E. Perrin drove his pacing geld W. A. Carson, Sec'y. That she is the most consummate actress all within a few years. ing Jocko to a road wagon a mile in in America, no one who read of the ...The six Japanese, who have gradureducing Capt. Lyon's record 4A The Big Four Route to Chicago and St. tragic manner in which she testified ated at the Annapolis Naval Academy seconds. Louis. against Willie at Washington can doubt. since 1873, hold important commands The has tho Water is good for a horse's feet. If cilitiei UIG FOUR route trjlns best terminal (a. Chicago on at Chicago. All The suit has given her notoriety which in the navy of their native country, one they get hard, soak them in warm wa- the Illinolt C'eutral tracks alongenter miles of the six Admiral. Front, throuch the most picturesuue uortion Lake will inure to her advantage and make being a Rear My Stock of- ter. Never oil or varnish any part of a oi the city, and lands pawengers In the magnifi...During a game of base ball at her draw like a sticking plaster. cent New Central Station on Twelfth Street arid horse's foot. Lake t rent. 1 his station is convenient to the Texas, a thunder atorm came up The largest farm in this country is Auditorium, Richelieu, Victoria and I.eland Ho. Elizabktutown is out of debt and the and the crowd ran for shelter under an tels and within two blocks of hc State and Wabeing 100 milts bash Street Cable Lines and the South Side Iteoccasion of paying the last bond was cel- oak. Lightning struck it, killing seven situated in Louisiana, it one way by 25 the other. Tho fencing rated Railway. Convenient stops are aWo made ebrated by bonfires, speech making and and wounding a dozen. at Hyde Park, Street and Is complete, every piece being bought direct from the best manufacalone for it cost $50,000. Street Stations. a general jollification. Harry Sommers leading dry Magnificent Vcstlbuted Trains, Parlor ...Charles F. Meyer, a If you want a bill of Furniture I will 2:10 over Warner Sleeping Cars, Private Compartment Can. turers the country affords. ...Arion stepped a mile in is happy and demonstrated it in a sever- goods man of Indianapolis, worried over sleeping Cars and Suptrb Pining Cars. No make it the Cleveland track last week, which ot the event in the financial troubles, together with a disal column write-utransfer across Cincinnati to make connections. would indicate that he is getting keyed Your ticket should read via the II I O KOI R last issue of the News. Tbe distinction pute he had with his partner, commitRoute to enjoy these privileges. Solid trains up for his fight for the stallion crown. Cincinnati and St. Louis, with Palace is a notable one, but tbe visitor to tbe ted suicide by shooting himself in tbe ...Generous rains in Nebraska, Colora- Sleeping Cars between St. Louis and Wahlrgton, D. C, Wathe UIG FOUR Rout.. little hamlet can see no reason for a debt right temple. do, South Dakota, Kansas and Iowa have The elegant service effered by the II I C FOl'R ever having been incurred there. Cer...Joseph Burnett, pioneer in the man- materially improved the crop situation. between Cincinnati rnd bt. Louis is excelled by To come to Stanford. You will find that 50 or 100 miles will be a ro other line. Xlght trains are composvd ot new a pleasant as well as profitable trip when tainly it has nothing to show for it. you learn that my ufacture of ilavoring extracts, was killed Steps have been taken to irrigate Brown, cars throughout, coaches of the latest Improved pattern and Wagner Sleeping Cars in service for in a runaway accident at Marlboro, Rock and Hall counties in Nebraska. the first time (lay trains have Parlor and DrawKomi, who was snowed under for govMass. He was tbe father of ing Room Cars and Cars Hogs are getting very Bcarco in this through Palace Duffel exnutidte Dialog between and ernor of Alabama by something like 0 St. Burnett and owner of the fam- county. Messrs. William Beck, J. H. Louis and Washington Sleeping Cars D C , via Cincinnati, majority, is at bis old trick of issuing and Chesapeake .V Ohio Rr., in conThan any quoted in Kentucky. Give me a call. ous Deerfoot farm. Bright and Josiah Bishop havo each gone nection with the famous "K. F. V " The Dining manifestoes, charging fraud and claiming ...Mrs. Mary Palmer, an aged resident oyer the mountain portions within the Car Service extends through from bt. Louis to his election. He asks the people to Weshington For full at Waukegan, 111., has bad a remarkable last week and none ot tnem made a pur- etc., apply to nearist infoimation regarding rates, ticket ageat, or address D. stand by him and he will be inauguraR. Martin, Cen'l Pass, and Ticket Agt or E. O. experience. She baa been chase. McCormick, Pass. Traffic Manager. whether or no, but up to last accounts matrimonial ted married three times, her husband on Thero ia a roport that O. J. Hamlin there was no great rally to his support. each occasion being named Palmer, and offered i$42,000 for the great Baron Kolb seemB only goou tor stirring up none related to the other. Wilkes pacer, Rubenstein. Tbe owners strife. Hia place is in jail instead of at Fiends removed a rail from the Rock asked $50,000 for him and the trade was great State government. the bead of a Island track on a trestle near Lincoln, not consummated. H. HELM. W.H.MILLER. Of Zinc and Canvass Covered Round and Square Top passenger train Neb., and a If all the circuit clerks were like Capt. plunged to tbe depths below. The wreck ...Directum 2:05, Arion 2:07, and & Kremlin 2:07 j, have been entered for the J. B. Martin, of Barren, it wouldn't matReal Estate Agents, ter much to the jurors, whether the caught fire and 12 or more persons were $15,000 stake for trotting stallions with suspended payment or not. There burned to death after being injured. recordsbetter than 2:10, to be trotted at State Stanford, Lincoln County, Ky. The rads delight in office. In John- Mystic Park, Boston. is at present no money in the treasury, son county where they havo everything Office over First National Dank, but the Barren jurors were paid all the ...R. H. Bronaugb, dealer in Duroc Jereame. Capt. Martin went down in bis their own way, there are five candidates sey Red hogs, sold a pair of February We offer to tbe public our services In selling, exchanging real estate Lincoln and pocket and paid the last one of them. If for county judge, 17 for assessor, eight pigs to E. W. Jones, of Pineville, at $25 adjoining and renting We have madein arrangement counties And Bags. Martin can do this, Col. Bailey for county clerk, 31 for jailer, two for and a pair of same age at eame price to for extensive advertisement ol alt properties Capt. placed in our hands, and possess facilities for bussheriff and three for county attorney. ought to, bo we shall tell the Lincoln G. W. Sineletou. He has 20 May pigs iness which can not be posse sied by individuals without great expense. All properties placed in ...The engine of passenger train No. 1 ready for sale. county juroru what to expect next time. our, hands will receivu prompt and diligent atten on the Q. & 0 jumped the track near ...The new Louisville Jockey Club has tion and eTcry effort will be made to dispose of it Tub effort oj a clique to defeat Col. Si- Barren Fork in Pulaski and took with it bought tho old club's track, grand Btand, speedily and no charge will be made unlets we are successful in doing so. las Adams for the republican nomina- the baggage and express cars down the stables and good will for $9,000. It had PROPERTIES FOR SALE. tion for Congress in the 11th will prove enbankment. The engineer and fireman already obtained a i lease on the Lincoln couuty. Farm of 100 Acres at Rowland. abortive. Col. Adams will win bands alone were hurt and they not seriously. grounds. Nick Finzer, the tobacco man, 6. Farm ol 410 Acres on Dix River, four miles from Stantord; 6,ooo, down and be returned to Washington by ...The rider on the last bicycle relay will be the new president. Farm on pike, $ miles from 7. the votes of his legion of admirers. He from Washington reached Denver Sun Stanford; $35 per acre; 35 acres. ...The stable of S. Y. Keene, tho 17, Farm and Mill property, 95 acres, on DIx excellent member and fully day night at 10:37 o'clock. The time has made an race horse man, of Scott, was River, 4 miles from Stanford: very desirable prop- deserves the honor of a Complete Line Lowest Trices. consumed in carrying the message the struck by lightning and destroyed, to- crtytonerea low. rrice ana iuu uescription on application. distance. ..'2,037 miles. ..was six days, 10 gether with its entire contents. In it 18. Very desirable and well Improved property Congressman Stone, having been deat Highland; 30 acres; Jj.ooo. , si. Kami is already af- hours and 37 minutes, a gain of 37 hours were three thoroughbreds, including the Highland: 10(160 Acres well improved land at feated for a 3,200. and 23 minuteB over schedule time, great one, Outcast, all of which were 28. Examine our Elegant Line of 01 150 acres, 3 miles irom farm ter tbe president to appoint him to a Lancaster: J so per acre. breaking 11 records. burned. good Federal office. The people of his farm ot lS7l4 acres, 6 miles 15. ...Mae Hastings, who suicided in ChiSecretary O. H. Keeton, of tho from Stanford : 56? per acre district said by a pretty large sized ma- cago, Farm. 300 acres finely Improved. 36 was from Lexington. She left a Whitley County Fair Association, has S miles from Stanford; $45 per acre. jority that Capt. Stone needs a rest and note: "Tired of life. God forgive me. our thanks for tickets to the exhibition, 37. Suburban property ut Rowland, 36 acres, Writing Tablets, Ladies Correspondence Paper and Envelopes Vis-itin- g improved; $4,000. be ought tu come home and take it. ' Gone to meet my mother in heaven." which will bo held at Williamsburg, veil number of cheap mountain farms In Lincoln Cards, &c. A county. Number of lots In Stanford, some with Gov. McCreary is urging the presi- She was the victim of a bookmaker, Sept. Tho premium list is large and houses. A number of Improved lots in Liberty, Congressman Stone m min- whose father is a distillery and stock embraces besides stock all kinds of farm Calev county. dent to send Full description of these properties will be givranch o irner in Kentucky. Stanford, Ky. en upon application. uter to Chili. products. Mack Lawson has lost seven horses The consummation devoutly to be wished of an agreement of the tariff bill conferees did not materialize, but on tbe contrary tbe Senate and House members of it got further apart. A sensation was created by a resolution offered by Mr. Hill calling upon the conferees to report the difficulties in their way and cause of their failure to agree. The body, however, wont into executive session with out considering it and an exciting debate was nipped in the bud. The failure of the conferees to agree is attributed to tbe wrangle between the Senators and the president. It is a very unseemly fight, but the people are with the president and he can afford to Btand up for their rights. A caucus of the House democrats was called yesterday morning on a petition circulated by bpeaker Crisp when it is hoped some agreement was reached. The country is becoming disgusted at what it justly regards the incompetency of the democrats in power to cope with the leading issue of the day. It was thought at Washington yesterday that tbe House would accept the Senate bill and send it to tbe president, who would let it become the law by default of hia action in tho prescribed 10 days. Dr. Claruy, of Christian, who ran for governor last time, will go to Congress. In the primary conventions Saturday in the 2d district he got a majority of tho delegates to the convention which meets in Owensboro Thursday. Thero was a pretty lively time in some of the coun ties, fist fights and knock Jowdb being indulged in, and contesting delegations in Bomo instances were appointed, but the doctor is so far in the lead that they can cut no figure. Tbe other candidates were Messrs. McOlain and Vance. News still comes of Japanese victories and of the mowing down of Chinese by tbe thousands. It may be true and again it may not; at any rate, a careful calculation shows that they are not likely to exterminate the heathens soon, even at the rate they are going. Should they kill 1,000 a day, Sundays and holidays included, it would take just 1,100 years to put the last Chinaman to sleep. NEWSY NOTES. ...St. Louis is the greatest mule mark ...A dispatch from the seat of war has THEto travel 27,000 miles to reach the United et in the world. The mules that transStates, and comes by way of China, In ported the baggage of the British army dia and Persia. A cablo from our Pacific during tho last Egyptian war were Coast to Japan would be but 3,000 miles bought in St. Louis. New York cattle exporters purchased long. It would cost about $4,003,000 and sunnlv the one missing link of the SOO head of fine cattle in Warren county, which wero shipped direct to tho sea telegraphic circuit around the world. havo been made board, where thoy will be sent to Eng ...Various estimates showing, approximately, what has been land in a special ship. Tho cattlo weightho cost to the people, including tho ed 433,000 pounds, and sold for someThe hotter it gets, the lower we make prices. Every week we offer strikers, of tho Debs boycott. The high-e- thing over $ 17,000. W. B. Hurt, of this county, says he greater values, wc arc more determined estimate, ond, perhaps, the most ac than ever to curate, is made by Bradstroet's which has been married 41 years and has raised puts tho total loss at 5100,000,00, more 43 crops of tobacco; that it is a crop of which is charged to the mado in time of year that ho had noththan employes of railways and other wage- - ing else to do, and it always brought money. Ho considers it all clear profit. workers. Everything in Summer Goods; no reserves in our entire stock, Columbia Spectator. Randall, an aeronaut of Mile. Lulu ...A fairly good crowd attended comt personal investigation will speedily convince you that in this Dotroit, Mich., and one of tho most dar ing of tho young persons engaged in that yesterday and but very few cattlo weto on the market. None wero Bold publicBpecies of enterprise, mado a baloon fj 'Vj, H Tm -and then undertook a descent in a ly but a few wero disposed of privately i! M' k, mi m W & f cattlo vW.WW; mmmm, sstWsissw, tstvwa m W parachute with the usual accompani- as follows: Several tlm?. year-ol- d ments. Sho was killed having fallen foul at 522 50; butcher stuff H to 2jr; yearlof a tree top, GO feet high and being hurl- ing cattle id 50 to $12. Plug horses were Trices dropped to half and less. Note a few of the thousand ed from that elevation to the ground dull at $12 to $33. ...Thero have been 1S1 trotters that was picked up terribly mangled. have reduced their previous marks this season, niauy of them having gone down FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. below 2:20, 11 having cut below ...'"White Beed rye for sale. J. E. Rriand T Lord Clinton and Azo Wc aic offering. Boys' fine unlaundercd Shirt 20c; men's fine " Bruce. te are tbe only three geldings that have Shirts, 20c, to lOtfc; men's fine lialbrigan Shirt, A. E. Hundley, of Boyle, was starter beaten 2:10, the former in 2:07?, Clin-to- n worth 40c will go at 25c; good unbleached drill drawers 20c; men's at the Jessamine Fair. in 2:0S. Azote in 2:09J. John Pepples sold to James Gooch a During the first six months of this all wool Suits S4.50; knee pants 20c. You can get .1 good Shoe for lot of butcher cattle at 2c. year there was shipped from this place men for pSc; for ladies a nice Doug. ttutt. Pat. Tip rec90c. ...Fantasy reduced tbe by express 70,290 dozen eggs and 33,700 Remember these arc only a few of the ord to 2:0S1 at Buffalo last week. pounds of poultry. This brings in a Joe Bales sold 1,200 lambs in Cincin- good income to our people. The eggs at nati at 4J. Richmond Register. the way prices havo been brought about ...Robert J. paced the middle half of 17,029, and tho poultry about $3,570r one of bis mile heats at Cleveland in The shipments by freight something over -- Iiooistfille Store. at one-hal- f bb-ce- nt iPfcYa&TG 1 m nr mWWmmmmmt. t .m. urn (". kr 2:15-whil- e IBAMGAIN I4c ed N 1:00. Thousands of Bargains COME TO SEE US, Mid-dlesbo- Kin-kea- LESS MONEY STANFORD, to-w- it: Three-year-o- ld LOUISVILLE : STORE, ICJJE six-year-- Hus-tonvill- e; e, OBTESTS -- y REFRIGERATORS "W. r- H. WEAREN & CO. -- I De-Kal- Thirty-nint- ti Twenty-secon- Household Furniture! Huf-l- et p TO YOUR INTEREST PraOJHS AMU WW1EB W. W. WITHERS. 40,-00- HEAL ESTATE. MILLER well-loade- d HELM, TRUN KS VALISES H. J. McROBERTS. t 1 15-ye- ar llluc-Gras- s flluc-Gra- well-kno- 1 School Books and School Supplies, New School Tablets and Slates. iiiue-ura- ss mue-ura- ss l Blue-Gra- ss 0-- 8. W. B. McROBERTS, DRUGGIST, jMli I (AajHgfcbMfi & .'WfcjSw,. ImiXhr tttiHsWlsl 1 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 14, 1891 I Btahford Ky., - August E. C. Walton, Business Manager MEAN! U8INE81. Buy vour school books and school sup plies of all kinds at A. It. Penny's. Watciiot, clocks and jowolry ropnlrod and wnrmntud. Engraving a specialty, at A. It. Penny's. TiiKlarL'nt stock of Drtiicfl, Mndicines, Perfumery, Paints and Wall Paper nt A.U.Penny's. Pescriptioiw a specialty. , PERSONAL POINTS. Misa HmmaOwhlbv is reported Hick. quite L. Hon. H.uivky Helm has been chosen city attorney for Bowliiud. Misses Mamy Hki'cc and Pkahl Buns-bid- e went to Unnietta Friday. Parson J. X.Saundbiw spent Sunday with his parents at Springfield. Mk. M. Samnobh is making Ida monthly visit to tho Louisville Htore. Mks. Itu'iuni) Conn, Jr., and children are visiting relatives in Madison. Mr. Will Morbland is down with tho llux at his mother's in tho country. Miss Kdmonia Winciikbteii, of Prospect, was tho Kueat of Mrs, A. 0. Eastland. Misa Maby Looan, of Richmond, was the Riivst of her brother, Kev. S. M. Logan, Sunday. Miuj.T. T. Covisotos, wife of tho mayor of Uichmond, Is visltlnK Mrs. Annie Kngleman. Mr. J. S. Hocker spent last week at Crab Orchard Spring and was very much benefited. J. W. Bastin, of Pitteburp, was on Sunday's train, bound for Louisvillo to buy t;oods for tho Laurel Coal Co. Mrs. Martha Paxton and Mary Pennington went to taxiiiKton Saturday to visit her brother, Mr. J. B. Huffman. Mimis Kitjll Walker and Belle Denny went up to PitUbtuK, Saturday, to hunt for a cool spot In the mountains. 1'itor. J. 8. Stait, late of Daughters CollcKe, Is preparing to establish a IjIkIi Rrado school for younc ladles at Crab Orchard. Messrs. J. S. Owsley, Jr., Albert Severance and E. 0. Walton went to Lebanon Sunday in tho Interest of the Knights of Pythias lodge. ...Dan Holman sold to Jesse Fox a New 1894 tax booka open. Call and bunch of fat hogs at 4 jc. settle at once. J. N. Menefee, eherilT. Bananas 15 and 20c a dozen nt W. H. ...C. Bishop sold to a Mercer county Tun handsomest line of lamps and party a mare Brndy'B. mule colt for f 00 queonsware in town. Call and see and ...Tom Dickinson, a boy of 12, saved a Lot of nice honey on hand, Farrla Far-ri- s you will bo well paid for your time. Biu Four passenger train at Pendleton, Hardin. & Hardin. Ind., from wreck. You have not paid your McKinney ...Debs has gone East to close an enThe republicans met in convention Hocker account. hero yesterday, and after discussing the gagement with a lecture bureau for 200 Pknny has tho best stock and will sell question, ordered that the executive nights' engagement at 5200 per night. ...MissSueio Whittier, of Boston, has watches and jewelry lower than you can committee meet here county court day become engaged to Princo Beltozeltti, buy elsewhere. in September and nominate a full county son of the Czar's Chamberlain, and one ticket. Foil Kent. Our house and lot, now of the wealthiest young nobles in Uus-sioccupied by Mr. Morelnnd. Misses Lic- B. P. M. writes that the supper to cio and Mary Beazlev. Prof. M. D. Hughes was not ns nice an Thero was a drop In both corn and aflair as written up na eome indulged too wheat quotations at Chicago Saturday, Call on J- - 0. Florence for Graham much. He also says that thero aro only tho government crop report which was wafers, drummer lunch, milk toast bis- 31 children in attendance upon the when first published considered a bullcuits and cornhill crackers. school, nine outside the district and eix ish document, being counterbalanced by McKinney's not in school age. predicted general rains throughout the Please call ailliguins and pay your McKinney A Hocker accountry. The county court yesterday appointed count and obligo W. B. McKinney. ...Thomas Lyons, who made a fortune officers for tho November election. at Lexington selling whisky has been Tiikrk will be a hop at Dripping .Messrs. J. P. Bailey and J. W. Hocker run out by a church. Tho law sayB that Spring next Friday night and Mrs. S. D. qualified as administrators of tho estate no saloon shall be within a certain disUothwell invites all our young people to of Mrs. America Bailey. The will of tance from a house of worship and the Mrs. Mildred A. Goodo was probated. It attend. new building ia much closer than the disgives her property consisting principally "Money saved is money made." Buy of 100 acres of land to Mrs. 0. J. Crow. tance, so tho judge ordered Mr. LyonB your groceries and hardware at W. II. Dr. S. G. Hocker Is appointed executor. to move on. Wearen k Co.'s cash storu and make ...The maximum temperature in Loumoney. Danville. George H. Bruce has isville Saturday was DO9 According to bought a lot from J. 0. Caldwell on the official record It beat that of the day Mil. and Mns. A. J. Eari- aro rejoicing o before by almost Avenue and will build a a whole degree, and over the advent of a 0) pound boy, house on it. Mrs. John Durham, was the hottest day since July 29, 18S7. which arrived just at tho break o' day mother of Conductor Ben Durham, died This and two other dates, August 12, Friday morning. at Shelby City. W. D. Latiner died at 1SS1 and August 12, 1874, are the only 9 The signal service says that wo may Parksville, aged 74. Ed. Minor bought days on the records of 22 years that had expect the mercury to sizzle away up in of Casey county parties a few days ago a a maximum temperature higher than the l0s for two more days at least. May bunch of 10 hogs at 4 and 4 cents per pouud. Advocate. the good Lord help us. Read top corner of thin pane. 3 To the one who doth best tell the tale, Of the choice goods he has for sale, Jeweler Danks, of graceful mcin, Will give away an Emerald green And a diamond, with rays so bright As to catch the eye in the darkest night. His style is good his stock select, For his customer's purse he has respect. In watches and clocks and jewelry you'll find Elegance and beauty and tast combined, While in China and vases no rivals has he, For all are as pretty as pretty can be. Now to this jeweler we all must repair, Good goods, low prices, dealings fair. . Sc a. Only a ft to-da- M y Har-rodsbu- rg - hand-Boin- Of our great closing sale of Summer Goods, and you must come at once if you would secure them. We offer genuiue 32 inch French Ginghams at 15c, that sold at 35c. Genuine Zephyr Ginghams that sold for 25c at 10c and all our Light Domestic Ginghams at 6liC. All our White Dress Goods and Light Shades in Woolen Dress Goods at m ONE - HALF all-wo- : VALUE. Tub 0. 0. A Danville pike directors have decided to build an iron bridge over Logan's Creek at Rowland and tho committee advertises for bids in this issue. want your watch or any jowolit to Penny's. Mr. Deckelman does tho work well and promptly; never disappoints a customer. ry repaired, tako Dii. EdwaHD Alcokn, as agent for the heirs of J. P. Land, deceased, will sell his splendid farm, near Huetonville, on See description tlio'".'d of September. If you i in another column. Tux young people under tho chaper-onng- e of Mrs. Mary Wray moved In from Hales' Well Saturday, greatly improved in health and spirits. Tho girls gained four pound apiece. will meet next Saturday night. Mr. T. M. Owsley will deliver the opening address; Miss Flora Ballon will recite, tho Cook Bros,, of Danville, will furnish splendid music, Tilden Cook will sing a solo and there will be an Egyptian debate. Mr. Uich-ar- d Bush, editor of tho Society's paper, will read his productions. Tho regular debate will be on the question: Uesolv ed that a Countryman in the City is Greener than a City Man in tho Country. W. S. Burch and J. A. Beazley will affirm and E. C. Gaines and Thurlow Weed Jones negative. Thr Caledonian Society NEW ADYEBTISKM KNT8. 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 Bridge Building I Staled proposals III bi received by the undersigned at Suntord, Ky.. fur an Iron llndge to be built over Logan's Creek, near Stanford, Ky., until Sept. 4, 1S94. Hrldge to cover space 89H feet between abutments 16 feet wide. Work to be completed by Nov. 1, 1894. Apply to letter on in person to l.ts. UOSLKY. J S. OWSLEY, SR., JOHN UKlGlir, 47-t- d Our Large Fall Stock We Are Headquarters, HUGHES & TATE'. For the celebrated I. B. & P. D. French Corset, the best made. When a lady once tries them she never gives them up. Don't fail to I come on this week, Which begins to arrive in this month. Ladies' Oxfords will be reduced 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 in possessiod. Remember J. H.McALlSlR. Committee. Snob Xiand for Smlo The gubernatorial candidates, Hon. I will fell at public auction on the premises on P. W. Hardin and 0. M. Clay, Jr., met hero yesterday by accident, neither be Saturday, September 1st, 1894, ing apprized of the other's movements. At 10 A M, a tract of 90 Acrea cf Knob Land, Orchard-Springs, never-lallin- Mr. E. II. Beazley has fixed Aug. 31, Miwjkb Jennik anb Marie Warren, of for the declamatory contest at Walton's Stanford, and Miss Susie Duncan, of Opera House, between Stanford, Danville Louisville, ro visiting MIm Christine and Lancaster. All the entries havo been Bradley.Lancaster Uecord. made and an excellent entertainment is Mr. W. I. Williams, of Lancaster, was assured, A $30 medal will bo awarded. y the guest of Mr. L. C. Bosley. Mr. y Foil Sale or Uknt. Tho desirable will leave lor Catnpbellsvillo home of the late J. M. Cook, mile West to see after his school there. of Hustonville. Splendid residence of Misa AnnikStravii, who Is a fine and an unusually good pianist, 10 rooms and other improvements good. baa turned her attentions to playing a Lot contains eight acres. Apply to J. B. Cook, Huston ville, or G. B.Cooper, Stancornet, and Is proving quite a virtuoso. Bos-leto-da- Mux Peaul Beaver, of Frankfoit, Ind., and Miss Iner Lapsley, of McAfee, the lovely young ladies who have been visiting Misses Lucy and Mattio Alcoru at HiiBtonvllle, left yesterday for their homes. While In Stanford, Hon. 0. M. Clay, Jr., was tho guest of his relative and warm supporter. Hon. W. 11. Miller. Yesterday ho gave an excellent dinner in his honor, to which a dozen or more were Invited. ford. Uain which was tolerably general over fell Saturday night. The precipitation hero was about an inch, which in theso dry times does not conn-fo- r much, though small favors are thankfully received. Showers also fell Sunday night as numerous parties who were out CHn testify. tho county The first direct shipment of export cattlo was made via the L. it N. it. X. V. yesterday from Lancaster and UichVIRINITY. mond. Tho train consisted of It) cars CITY AND and tho cattla were shipped by Pony Kkei your eyo on tho top corner of Beazley and others for Nelson Morris. this page. It Is Interesting. Thpy go direct to Norfolk to be loaded It" Fob Pianos and Orgaus at tho lowest on the steamer for Liverpool. prices. See Peter Hampton. Ykbtkkuay'is attractions were like a closing out our etock of har- three ringed circus. It confused the Wk aro crowd which was in doubt whether to ness. W. 11. Wearen it Co. i hear the candidates for governor speak, You can savo monev by buying your Bee the republican money go around or tinware of W. II. Wearen & Co. listen to the negro patent medicine song and dance performance. The latter wus tho drawing card, however, as it has been here for a week. Who wIub the diamond ring? First "ad" In to.ilay. Kotlco tho top corner of this page. i i The town was full of people yesterday but if they had any money to Bpeak of they kept it to themselves. r Last week was the hottest for years aB well as the dryest. The water supply at the works is running very low and Supt. Hayden has requested the patrons to cease using it for sprinkling purposes. room boa been named the Black Maria This is an unusually severe drouth, and and its driver goes by tho name o it may not occur again for years, but it busiis the part of wisdom to bo prepared for Hoodoo. They did a land oilico Green's free 'bus to his Uowland i - bar- any emergency. Additional reservoir capacity is all that is needed to tide over A Knox county jury gave Sheriff any dry Bpell. L. A Catron f 1,200 damages against tho i HOMMBL TAKEN TO LOUISVILLE. Wil X. for making him ride in a Jim Crow car when ho wob taking negro prisoners Ham Stringer, deputy U. S. marshal from $6,000- Laurel county, passed down to Louis to the penitentiary. He wanted villo Sunday with Albert Homtnel and Pamenoku train No. on tho 0. S. duo Frank Kirby, both of whom are charged 1 M.,will wait with Belling liquor without government to leavo Sunction City at i'. L. A X. passenger No. license, the former at Uowland and the 10 mlnuteB for the at that latter at East Bernstadt. Hommel says 4. ThlB makes tho connection Cincinnati much better than It it is a piece of splto work of some par point for ties at Uowland that led to his arrest and has been. t of Pythias that he will havo no troublo in getting Tim building of a Knights in It is out all right. hall here la a certainty and stock to Mr. J. G. Pulliai, who used to sling Eoing like hot cakes. Now is the time tako stock. Tho shares type in tbia office is now a city counciljoin tho order and monthly Install- man at Harrodsburg. Tho attorney are $50 each, payable In brought before the council a bill for serments of $ L he was solicited vices, which Mr. Pulliam, thought was S D Adamb says that Coal Co. Aug. exorbitant and said bo. "You don't earn by tho FallB Branch Jellico coal, Baying that they $10 a month" said .ho. "You'ro a liar" 1 to handle their responded Yanarsdall. Tho words were reconnected with no pool, clique or hardly out of his mouth boforo John letter was only combination, and that his went for ' sent after Bucb solicitation, reques ing policemanhim in aJim Corbett style, but a took hand in the row and He Bays he is not particuItat of price ended it without serious consequences. coal, since there lar about handling thator better on the Next day each was fined $J.70 in the aa Rood is other coal police court. market. 1 ness yesterday. owned by the late T. U. Hill. It has 80 applet Mr. Clay came down from Crab good watrees on it and a spring ol where he has been staying, and ter. Terms made known on day ol sale. . H. WILSON, Exor. T. D. Hill. Mr. Hardin ran up from Eminence. Do you buy your Dry Goods ? Both were in fine trim and circulated extensively among tho yeomanry upon I whom they made good impressions. The A race seems to be made up with them aB tho only entiie, so no matter which As acent for the widow and heirs of J, P. Land, wins, Kentucky is sure to have a good dee'd, I will offer lor sile the splcnd farm ct about governor. In the afternoon, Mr. Clay, who had advertised to speak, offered to 326 ACRES LAND, divide time with his opponent and the Near Huttonvllte, in Lincoln country, Ky., of offer was accepted. which J. I'. Land died possessed. II not sold prl time the vately before Mr. Clay wbb the first to speak. He public auction thaithe highestfarm will be sold at to bidder on Is not bo polished an orator as Gen. Hardin, who he said, had been speaking for SATURDAY, SEPT. 22, 1894, Where you can depend on getting the best ? 20 years, during most of which time he At ti o'clock, sharp. The farm (rents on the Danhad been a candidate for something. He ville and Hustonvillo Turnpike road, about one Where you always get them at the lowest price ? on the Cinhalf mile South handled tho tariff question from a true cinnati Southern of Morelandis statioi the best stock R. It. It one ol democratic standpoint, and said the peo- larms InofLincoln county 1 he soil isin of a good Where they don't mind showing goods ? grass; and laud, finely set quality springs and every foot of ple were with Mr. Cleveland in his effort watered by culsusceptible ol easy and Where they are looking to the interest of the customer ? to defeat the promises of certain Sena- the land IsThe improvement! consistprofitable of tivation. tors to tho trusts. He urged democrats to stand by their A Commodious Frame Dwelling. WHERE colors, asserting that ho who wavers now, large barn and other outbuildings. A wide avA Is unwhorthy of tho name. enue extends Irom the residence to tho turnpike Gov. llustonwlle, a place noted for its schools deserves the support of every true road'churches, is little more than a mile distant. and The laim can be divided Into three tracts of con. democrat and he whs sure that if thero cment ilie and shape. cash wrjen possesaion Is givwas any dissatisfaction with our county Tkrms. And not an exception? If you do, then go to made, the remainder in six and ia day of en and deed interest from date and lien retained ticket it would vanish by the months, with same will sen election. Mr. Clay spoke an hour but ofAt the Land nine ana place I Southeast atxmi tooof Turnabout two miles Knob devoted little time to his candidacy. It erst die, adjoining the lands ot Uud .Martin, Al- c 8 8 LCi Coffey and others. was a good old democratic speech which bert lurtner miormaiion appiyio jonn i. lidii helped the cause and added many friends on the premies or myself at Mustonville, Ky. EDWARD A I. CORN. Agent for J. I" Land's Heirs. to his long list. 47 W. B. McKinney. W. H. HlGGINS. Col. Hill introduced Mr. Clay in a very 03 neat speech, but Gen. Hardin needed Besides our Regular Line of- o no introductson to a Lincoln county auo dience. Ho has never failed to come to us when needed and our people lovo to hear his voice. His speech was an adp "i mirable statement of uemocratic princi1 p ples and an urgent plea for those who 3 r &c, we will keep a fine assortment of Staple and Fancy call themselves democrats to remain true n C to tho faith. So intent was he in matp ters pertaining to tho good of the. cause 3 a. that he never once mentioned hia can didacy. All the same he has legions of Such as Sugars, Coffees, Molasses, Flour, Meal, Lard, Bacon, Beef, freinds who will take pleasure in bearing r? Can Goods, Pickles, Spices, Candies, Cakes, Oranges, Lemons, it mind. r Bananas in fact, n of his speech Mr. At tho conclusion r Fulton, of Bardstown, candidate for railroad commissioner, addressed the crowd in advocacy of his candidacy. g 47-- -- u Fine Farm For Sale Do You OF Want to Trade Where the Price Is the Same to All ? blue-gra- never-failin- g Mc-Orea- ry LOW PRICES ARE A RULE One-thir- d HKV3BRATOU -- & No o a HARDWARE I GBOOEKEES, first-class ft o c r Tub Lincoln county colored Teach ers Institute convened here yesterday with Supt. W. F. McClary in the chair. Prayer was offered by Prof. C. 0. Monroe, EVERTHING To make your table full of n a. conductor, after which Supt. McClary made a practical talk upon tho work of n teachers. The election of n secretary re 5 sulted in the selection of W. D. Tardiff. M!ss A. M. Stoward, 0. F. Anderson and W. D. Tardiff were appointed a commit2 tee on program; Miss Annie B. Whitley was given charge of the querry box and Mrs. M. M. Uichardson made critic for the day. Prof. Monroo very lucidly and I brietly outlined the work of the Institute and urged upon the teachers the necessity of knowing the material and I will tell at public auction on character of their work. The committee 18, on program reported the work of the of Household and Kirch At 1 1. M. afternoon session, after which Institute en furniture nY entire lotof sets of Furniture, Elea consisting adjourned to meet at 1:45 r. m. at the gant Folding lied. mrior rurnuure, Including ta- other nice chairs, horn . . . About 20 teachers handsome ....II chair, IIand ....In. am. ,... .IaI.b. Christian church. as well as everything In ray kitchen. Two good enrolled. cook stoves, plates, dishes, At. TERMS Sums under ...The attack of Japanese warships on amount credit of 30 days. J10. cash, over thatNegotiable note reChinese forts resulted in the withdrawal quired. Stanford, Ky of the Japs.; eatables. Butter, Eggs, &c, taken in exchange for goods. To reduce our stock, special prices will be offered for the next 30 days. Come and see us. 8 t HlGGINS & McKINNEY. LAMPS, LAMPS, LAMPS. Parlor Lamps in great variety. Handsomest line ever brought to Stanford. We also lead in Saturday, August '94, .. Queensware, Glassware, &c. Call and Sec a Beautiful Line. FARRIS & HARDIN. - tti I .i S Semi-Weekly Interior Journr AT WOMAN'S WORLD IN PARAGRAPHS. W. I,. DAWSON Vhen Baby When ahe PubllBbod Every Tuesday and Friday Hie Ten anil Tie Complexion Wrlnklon Arc. A complexion -- What Tea I' I i I ! H i A ( Pi !- -t 5 ! r. P I' i ff Bt V ' I M b i iw out tea wrinkle," ho said. "What nro tea wrinkles pray?" aked tho young WAS A TRULY PiOUS MAN. lady to whom ho said this. "Did you A. SHANNON, over notice tho lines nnd corrugations rnnnn Gooilfririiir Wrille With ami Orcr Sntmi unit Sundiiy Snp. that cross tho faces up nnd down and Is a candidate for Constable in the Hustonvillc a si Sho was from tho country, but sho Precinct. Election November next in every direction of women who nro TheSavis Vertical Feed vamistm Uaa ii::: E3VBBT Nvniitr. riwv This notice forewarns hunters, great tea topers?" ho n.sked in return. didn't intend to tako back water on others not to trespass on our lands fishermen and without When necessary. G. D. SMILE V "Strong tea has n ruiuoas effect on tho anything on that nccount if sho con'd as all suih will be prosecuted to the ful Are Ih best because hcy run lighter and can do Fkin, especially tho tea that tho old help it. Pioty was tho subject of discus- est exlenlof the law. Signed a Kteater variety of work tt.n any other sewing Is a candidate lor Justice ol the Peace in the MRS. AMANDA ALCORN. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. boakers take, a decoction which is boil- sion, nnd Sister Jaue, who lived in a precinct, subject to the action ol the machine The W. M. HKWKn democratic party. ed and allowed to btand hour after hour town that mado somo pretensions to beTrain naves Rowland at 7:00 a. ra., returning and bo warmed over. Ladlos Lincoln County Tho tannin in it ing t 5: jo p. m. considered nclty, had been expatiat BTjaa-s- r oozes out nnd spreads liko pigment Are cordially invited to call at the St Asaph L. B. ADAMS, LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Hotel and esamlne the maihlne, as wcllassam under tho skin, tanning it literally liko ing on tho inunnculnto righteousness of Mc.MUKRAY IIROS., Parson Jenkins. Sister Molinda bided All kinds of Carriage and Muggy Tops, Dashes Is a candidate for Justice of the Peace In the dem- pies oft its work. leather. Tho astringent quality of tho North Mail train going Stantord, Ky .I37P precinct; subject to the action of the her timo until her innings camo round, and Fcndcta ..113 pm tannin also draws tho skin into fur" " South.... ocratic patty. 11 31 pn ...... Express train " South and then sho took tho floor. REPAIRED AND RECOVERED .., ' " North ..33m rows. I know ono of theso inveterato "I don't mind nllowin," sho said, In 9 36 a m tea drinking women tho moment I but Local Freight North DH. W. 13. T. s style and at Satisfactory Prices, ..107 pm South.... eyes on her sallow, shriveled face. " Tho "that Parson Jenkins is a powerful passengers. The latter tralna also carry JOHN II DcNARDI. The pteient Constable, is a candidate for mnn, but when it comes to Carriage Painter and Trimmer, The abore ii calculated on standard time, Solar specialist ought to have added pio eatin tho Stanford precinct, subject to the action Stafford Ky. ' downright wrestliu with sntan nn ro- - iH5m ime it about 10 minutei fatter. ing to tea drinking as a means of ruinOffice South Sid. Main St., in office recently ol the democratic party. Election in November. He aiksjour suppoit. vacated by Dr. Lee P. Hullman, Stanford, Ky. ing tho skin. Wherever you seo a worn-n- sistin his wiles nn temptations, why, I CRESCENT ROUTE. QUEEN & RUSSEUL, & whoso faco is almost greenish in its Stan right up iu meetin an say that our Parson Goodfriend can't bo bent by foballowness, clouded over with dark Pioprietois Going North train pais Junction City si Vestibule starts 6 a. m. Ves- patchs and pinched into puckers liko n no man. IIo don't run n sonp kitchen, llows: tibule Limited 3.3$ p. ra. Local 1:10 p. m. Florida joint of corrugated stovepipe, you may 'cus wo don't havo no uso for such Limited 3:13. a. m .Dealers n. South N O. Vestibule 11 i3 p, m. Florida Eet her down as n caso of tea nnd pio things down our way, nn ho don't go m- Main and Danville Sts , lluttoville, Ky. Limited 12I1.Cs m Local 11:53 complexion. A lady whom I know en- slummin, 'cus wo ain't got no slums, Vestibule arrives S 40 P. m. We have leccntly repainted and refurnished tered a shop not long sinco and was but ho'fl nlwny8 ready for a tusslo with the House throughout and are prepared to accom. Rates modate waited on by a woman with just such a tho adversary, no matter how mauy are very the public inand a good style. atOur times. all table reasonable Ky. complexion. Sho said to herself, "I will pnarcs an pi "nils ho sets for his feet. Special attention to trawling men Elegaut samsaloon conattached Ahoa wager anything that woman eats loads You know, ho keeps u mnplo grovo onto ple room with the Hotel. Call and sec us. .. . you ark .. , 45 nection of pio." Suro enough, whilo sho was his littlo plnce, an ho sets a powerful DEALER IN- btill there, tho baker delivered to tho storo by 'cm. Well, it hadn't been very woman n huge pie, ono of your regular good sugarin weather at tho timo I'm Iain lust back from the cities with a large and griudstono sort, with hog's lard and speakin of it. It had leen freezin con- At the old stand ol J. 1). Green, In well selected slock of Ml LL1NERV, which I will : poor white Hour crust. A civilized per- siderable ighttimes, but it hadn't sell cheaper than esr Miss Lauta Jaiboe, a superior tiimmer trom Cincinnati, has engaged with son would not havo eaten tho thing for thawed out any dnytimes, an tho snp Hustonvillc, - - Kentucky. me and I can guarratee in every par$10, yet doubtless tho woman and her hadn't n good cliauco to run. But ParHas just received a beautiful line of ticular. I all aad ace my (roods. family mado a good sharo son Goodfriend wuv. nllcrs a great ban unfortuunto MISSLICCJE IlKAZLtY, Stanford, Ky. of their next meal off it and washed it fer takin timo by tho forelock, so ho got Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. ca- C down with boiled or warmed over tea. Ins holes bored, an his spouts tlruv in, Call and set. his stock and get his prices which If it were tho complexion only that suf- nu his buckets sot so as to havo every- are lower than anybodys. If you want a nice set Hhsolately whip fered from tea drinking, it would not thing ready to tako advautago of tho of harness, aHinder or a duster sale. Twine for -bo so bad. But tea makes otlyrs than right sort of weather vften it camo thoso who nro addicted to it suffer too. along. Well, ho dono thnt on WednesA cream of tarter baking pow- Tho ten drinking habit is responsible for day, an them trees of his nover dripped -:- Candies, Nuts. Tobacco, Cigars. der. Highest of all in leavening much of wuunn's irrritnblo temper, a drop on Thursday, nor on Friday, ncr on Saturday, but on Sunday tho sun Latest United States tempestuous gushiness of emotion nnd shono out powerful warm, strength. an everylack of control of her nerves. Headquarters lor almost anything Government Food Report. thing wns thawiu. An when ho went A. G. HUFFMAN, Pror. Tho young men students nt Cornell on Monday moruiu look ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., university aro inclined to sneer at tho to 'cus, nt his treesho wouldn't let him-6oHaving taught out G A Peton, t am preparyou want. When you wantJaTirst-class'mcof course, furnish my customers young women students there, it is said, 100 Wall Street, New York. think of them oven on Sunday ho ed to the purest breeu of with the tet ol Milk fiom and look on tho girls as beneath them found thnt his sap troughs and buckets for 25c, call on him. socially. This need not surpriso just brimful. Then what do you Tho average young man in tho wtt' ho dono?" Milk delivered the prices already established At think Stanford and Rowland twice per day gosling nge, from 18 to 25, has only disF. B. BILEY.lProprletor, "Why, I supposo ho did what any id All accounts due at the end of 30 days. ..For a. torted and unjnt ideas of women. other man would havo done, " replied Kentucky Tliero is n particular reason why tho Sister Jane. "Ho took tho sap nwny to I will also stand my thuout hbied Jersey Hull, London, - Refreshing Bath, Hot or Cold, I have moved to my new Hotel'iand am better youths at Cornell should feel n littlo of it. " St. Stanford, Ky. prepared than ever to accommodate the public ugly toward tho girl students just now. make maplo nigar out A stjllsh Hair Trim or Clean Shaw, go to "Yes, that's what Parson Jenkins (Subject to Registry) Good Livery attached and every convenience deOno of theo strong, fino girls, Miss Har- would 'a' done, no doubt," said Sister At TWO DOLLARS AND A HALF the season. sired. Give me a call. Cook fe Furmor's Barbor Shop. FRANK RILXY. 77 riet Chedio Connor, has won from tho Melindn triumphantly, "nu it just A. G HlFrMAS whole lot of them 'tho $100 "Woodford proves what I'm tellin theso facts for gold medal for oratory. This is given thero niu't no moro pious man livin GENERAL REPAIR SHOP. annually to tho best speaker among tho tnan our 1'arson uoomrionu. ro, ho Cornell students. When tho Cornell didn't shout for joy nu tako that snp P.W GREEN, Proprietor. CRAB ORCHARD Mattresies, Rocking nhol boys becomo men, thoy will realize tho nway, but he just flopjHMl down on his Chairs and all kinds ol : : : Kentucky. injustice nnd cruelty of their conduct. knees right then nn there, au ho snys Repaired, Tho middle need man. who knows it was my own cous'n what heard him I am still running this Hotel aad ,in.inii 1.3 lis .It, U11U it.l.n A3 ...a JU3l ' 'Got thee behind me, sntan; you can't And Varnished. Pncea to suit the times Call U.ll.li. LV31, IB 1I1U nun 1, JJ j. U1U31 will continue to give my guests the politest attenand see me at H. C. Rupley's old stand opposite Trrrvt rr?Tr.7"Tir and kindly to them generally. tempt mo with nny Lord's day sap.' An Straub'sTin Snop. tion at well as the best the rasrket allurds. JOHNT. HLANKENSHIP, I liopo several fine, intellectual wom- then ho riz up an emptied every drop of 35 im Main Street, Stauiord, Ky, pecial Attention to the Traveltho stuff onto tho ground, nn next Sunen students will tako ndvautago of tho ing Public. opening to our sex of tho new school of day ho preached tho most couvincin serBreeder and shipper or A. S. mon I ever henrd on tho wiles of tho you want a tvnen biology connected with tho University turnout come to 7 Grab Orelnrd., ovil oue. " New York Advertiser. SUKPEON DENTIST. Thoroughbred Duroc Red Jersey of Pennsylvania. LIVERY' To the Public Mnce Us discovery by Daniel Hogs. Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the nsw lloone nearly a century or more ago. the locality According to nn interview in tho Now Cri'iiiiitlou In Itovtnn. Owsley Building. Orchard .Springs has Ten the Mecca of Prices to suit the hard times, Call or leave order ol Crab Stanford. "Pigs from registered stock for sale, from the best York Evening Sun, tho ladies tho health and pleasure seekers. With Its healing at the Mjers House Otscc Cremation has become an accepted surherds in Ohio and Illinois. Call and examine my summer hotel proprietor wants at his institution iu Boston. Tho records of tlto waters, oronlc atmosphere and roundings. It at once atlords to the enervated and herd or address R. II. Bronaugh, Crab Orchard. establishment nro tho silly women who Massachusetts Cremation society, whoso deUlitatcd a Hope and a Sanitarium bum gas all night, wear loads of clothes crematory is near tho Forest Hills cemCo The vicinity abounds with scenes to charm the ..IF YOU ARK GOING., Painter and inspire tnc Poet, sylvan walks fortne aud order up quantities of drinks. Theso etery, show Drives for the weary Mowllnv, that up to Juno thnt is, etsbowered nro liked because tho hotel proprietor OT STANFORD, KY., ltilllird and Dancing Halls for the light hearted, or I am now remlr fivo mouths since the ojeiiiiig of tho Uipecial attenmakes money out of them. The money cremntory Is new fully ergamicd and ready for business wilk from the Stanford Factory to customers, regularly and Hunting for the sportsmen. incinerathero hnvobeen-1THE...... every mornlnif at the rate of FIFTY Cli.Nlb tion is given to the cuisine is mndo out of "extras" that aro Terms moderate. Front JS to Jij per week. For constantly iiicrea-in- g PER HUNDRED POUND LOIS and over, and Paid up Capital of $200,000, further Information, apply to charged. Do peoplo go to summer hotols tions, tho number May 4 73c each month. Iu there wero 10 iu at 10 in smaller lots. E. DIl EM EH, Staeford. UUa J10r.MA.N, I'ror for tho benefit of tho hotel proprietor? Surplus, . 21000. Crab Orchard, Ky all. Socially considered, oil clns.--e of "Civilization is tho power of good peoplo havo Ikmjh represented in this SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL MYERS HOUSE THOMAS YEACER. JAMES YKAGER. BANK OK STANFORD, women, "says tmerson. women nro now modo of disposing of tho dead here, Now closing up) with the same assets and and! nearly nil good; therefore women should and all ages, from 94 to 5 years, lignro the same management. YEAGER, tako part in all tho affairs of civilized iu tho ofllcial entries of cremations. Tho Sly provisions of its chaitcr, depositors are LOUISVILLC 4. NASHVUIC R. R. ai fully protected as aie depositors in National life, politics particularly. system is a perfect succef-s- and tho avAND Banks, its shareholder bcicg held individually STABLE, P. W. GREEN, Prop. liaole to the estent of the amount of their stock Tho Now York World has a column de- erage timo required for tho complete reIs the line for you, as its therein at the par value thereof, in addition to the Special Rates to Commercial Men. is about This stable, which l run n connection with the voted to instructing women in current duction of tho hotly to amount invested in such shares. It may act as Myers House, has;leen supplied with eaecutor, administrator, trusU-epolitics. Tho great questions of tho day ljs hours. Boiton Transcript. Ac, as fully STANFORD, KY. an individual. Make dote connections at silver, tho tariff, tho Sugar trust, tho To those who entrusted thei tidtsiness to us A New Lot of Horses, Oarriages, II you need livery give us a call Nothing but while mnaging the Lincoln National Hank Tlitt Aimr'lilU nnd tin- I.oriN. LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI income tax nnd other matters aro taken ol turnouts will leave our stable, bee us Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and Buggies, Wagons, Tho entire opposition press condemns For all points. up and explained in a manner so simple fur rates. In our trust they will continue to transact their butinesl THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. with ui, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenthat all may understand them. Tho pa- Lord Salisbury for his hill and speech li -- rummer's Supplies nd Is letter than evei HARNESS SHOP BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH tion to same, our twenty years eapenencc ia pers aro eminently readable, too, show- in favor of reviving tho power of expul- prepaid t nupply the public with banking andas liberal accommodations as are For any information enquire of against the assortment of Hsinrss, ing that tho driest subjects may bo sion of aliens for with sound banking. RIQS OFrfALL KINDS. You will find a goodHave your repairing done by JOES. KICK. Agent, saddlfs,.Vc. Tho sober peoplo of both parStanford, Ky Or mado interesting. Women will be glnd our mau he understands his buiinras. We hate a DtHICTOX: Personal and promptattention givento Weddings W. A. McQUOWN, Trav. Pass. Agent, mcchauic in our to know that tho author of theo papers ties, however, regard Lord J.J. Willlami.Mt, Vernon; Parties aud Iiurlals. Junction City, Ky reply ns bomoastioand theatrical rather S. H, Shanks, .Stanford ; P.W.GREEN, is a woman, a young woman at that BLACKSMITH SHOP. Proprietor ALI1URNS, Manager. than sound iu fact and theory.- EveryJ. S Owsley, Stanford; Lida Itoso McCabe. A. G. Lanham John B.. Cattleman. Will guarantee first class work! and satisfactory S J, Eiubry, Stanford; body believes, in spite of tho prime minprices 1 iv our horse ahoer. "Women ought to learn Inndscapo gar J II. Owsley, Stanford; Agonts for Deenng Machines, the lightest draft ister's .sweeping denial, that many andening. machine on earth. J. F. Cash, Stanford; archist outrages are plotted iu London. William Gooch, Stauiord; unwel-comNothing has been moro pleasant read-iu- Lord Salisbury told tho simple A- - W. Carpenter, Mlllcdgtville, Ky. Shortest and quickest between truth, nnd his bill was not attacklately than an editorial in Tito W. II. Cummins. Priachersville. Household Realm. Alico Webster is ed on that ground. No progress yet has SSH Shanks, President editor aud maunger, owner as well, it been made, however, towartl any pracDr. J .ft, Owsley, Cashier, Only Direct Line between seems, of tho paper. Sho narrates its tical scliemofor tho international crush- Frankfort, Georgotown and Paris, W '.:. Bright, Teller. AND history in tho editorial. Sho established ing of tho nnarchist. Loudon Lotter. Carllslo, Mnysvillo, Oynthlnna, it herself in 1S&0 with money &ho had Falmouth nnd Covinffton. NATIONAL BANK Sho bought out a earned as a printer. for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains Ask OF STANFORD. KY. small printing plant nnd started Tho run by Central Standard Time. Realm. For tho first year sho did all 1804. Time Tabid Jnne MANAGERS, Capital Stock the work on it typesetting, editing nnd No. 7. No. 3. No. 1. TRAINS EAST. p. tu. p. in. a. m. -.Surplus Commerce Building, Louisville bookkeeping. At tho end of three too Leave Kranklort A 410 700 months sho had l,300"paid bubscribers, SOLD TO 10 " Summit 706 4 16 Attention of the public is invited to the fac Agents throughout the South. ' -- 7 n Klirnorn and from that day to this tho pdper has 4 at ALL POINTS: that this is the only National Ilink in Stanford 43S t 40 " 7 iS Switier Under the provisions of the National Hank Act prospered btendily. Within iivo years 00 ' 4 33 Stamping Ground. 7 a3 OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, depositors are secured not rly by the caDltal 10 Duvail ' 4 44 W. A. TRIBBLE, Local Agent, sho irwvcd her ofllco threo times through 734 stock, but bv the stockholders liability forn a ao ' 4 5" 7 40 Johnson need of larger quarters. Tho paper has amount equal to the stock, ao that depositors ol WISCONSIN, " Georgetown...-!- ! ...7 46 35 STANFORD, KY. 4 57 this Institution are secured by a fund of $400,000 been enlarged and a neat cover put on. 3 00 ,C. S. Depot 5 03 7 5S Five sworn statements of thecondition of ' 80S MISSOURI, KANSAS, Newton 513 .10 are made each yearto the Unlud Sutes the bank It is owned by women, edited by women, govern816 Centreville 3 3 5"5 ment and its assets are examined at stated times Portland. aud the mechanical work on it is douo San Francisco 8 ao 3 4S 3 Elirabeth NEBRASKA, COLORADO, by government agents, thus securing additilona 4 00 ...8 30 C 5 35 Arrive Pans by women. Tho success of tho publicaand perfect safety to depositors. nis institution, originally established as the ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, tion shows, in fact, that there is a great Deposit Bank of Stanford in 1958, then amount of business talent among womTRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. 8 No. 11 lied as the National Hank of Stanford in i$6 and TEXAS, 4 40 a, m. p. in. a, m again as the First National Bank ol en, needing only development. 605 1000 Lve Paris ....C 445 Stanford iu 1S81, has had practically an uninter6 if Arr Elliabelh VIA .1010 rupted existence or is years. It is better supplied S0UTU-WECan anybody tell tho reason why a T, SS WEST, 6 19 .10 14 Arr Centreville now with facilities for transacting business prompt ji'.i principal of a girl's publio high school ioji 617 540 Arr Newtown ly and liberally than evor before in its long aad 600 41 FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS Arr C. S. Depot-.- .. U - 9 3 honorable career. Accouute of corporations, fidumust always bo a mnn? 7 47 645 1037 Arr Georgetown AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. ciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully solic- 800 65 1147 Arr Johnson- Ono of tho best indications of what Arr Duvail lost 6 S7 810 Ths Directory of this Bank is composed of THE BEST ROUTETO THE women will do in politics is bhown iu 830 ArrStamp'g Ground 11 00 703 Korestus Rcid, Lincoln county ; 10 leUISVIttt MtwAlBArlTt CHIU'CO Rt(.(qV m 713 050 ArrSwIlxer P)) tho "campaign for good government" S. T. Harris, Lincoln; 7 .11 17 9 S Arr Elkhorn c which tho ladies of Colorado aro mak736 913 113 Arr Summit G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; 'ULIMAN VESTIBULED COACHES. 11 30 aj 'C7 9 73s Arr Frankfurt...A lOOO ing. It is wholly nonpartisan nnd was orPULLMANSAND J. vV. Hayden, Stanford ' A connects with L. AN. SLEEPING AND DINING CflBt ganized by tho Colorado Equnl Suffrage S.H. Haughman, 'Lincoln; B connects with Q. St C. and L. S. PARLOR CARS. association. Its object is to awaken tho C connects with K. C. J. S.Hoeker, Stanford; SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE W. A. Irlbble, Stanford; SUNDAY' TRAINS. women of the state to sco that only able M. D. Elmore, Stanford; Leave Franklort 900a.rn; Georgetown 10 00 a. NORFOLKWESTERN RAILROAl nnd dovotedly patriotic candidates aro RUNNING - DINING - CARS. put in nomination for tho offices, stato m. Lve Georgetown 10 37; arrivo Kranklort 11 30 T. P. Hill.SUnford. CHEAPEST, BEST AMD QUICKEST LINE. K, L, Tanner, McKinney; WR11E TO The Kentucky Midland Railway and connecand municipal, in Colorndo this fall. Wrlto for Rates, Mntt, Descriptlv tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all M.J. Miller, Ml. Vernon. object will bo to bring out tho Another nmpuk'ts, to any Station Audit, or to H.IH. BACON, D. P. A.. F. J. HEED, G. PA points Niulh, East, North and west. J S.Hockor, President; Chicago, 111. strength of tho newly enfranchised woLouisville, Ky. FOR CLOTHES. W. I. BCVILL, ALLEN HULL, M. f. BRAGG, For further information apply to their agents. Jiha J. MeRoberts.'.Cr ihlr; Wft't rMaefr let. C. D. II EHC AW. Gen Pass. Agent. Ul. tl. Trsi.llsf I'sm. itf voters A. A. McKitiney, Assistant Cashier. GEO. U. HARPER, lien, bupt Denver. menpolls. at tho primaries as well as at THE PROCTER li OAMQLE CO CI NTT. ItOiMlIK,)!. tUll Mill, 0. UOt.UkCtl. St. Paul. tho Eliza Auchap.u Conner. WWhen not so paid 8 PKU YKAR IX ADYANCK 32.50 will be charfted.-- ; praising his preparation. "It will wns lately tako wiu it Child, she cried for Cnatorln, When sho beenmo MIm, aha clung to Costoriv When she had Children, she gevethom CoAtorU. ra slclc, we gae her Castor!, Is aCandidttc for Magtstiate in the Stanfotd Subject to the action of the democracy. pte-cln- Two doors above Post-Otlic- e. Always on hand DAVID II. C. PEYTON, Is a candidate for Constable in the Huitonvllle Magisterial District, subject to the action ot the democratic party. The Nobicst and Nicest Goods? Can be bad in the market. Prices lower than the lowest Mourning goods a specialty. Call and taamine before buying MAHV DAVIS DUDDKRAR. Mrs, Kate Dudderar, Manager. Stanford, Ky COMMERCIAL 1II.OCK 6 0H8 PAGES. Trl-unil- ih PBIDAY. POSTED. J. n, Hus-tonvtl- le 11 tops. of litis-totnil- U-t- First-clas- J. BENEDICT, PENNY DcilUft. u BROWN, Blue-Gra- 7SNDOMI ntst-cb- HOTXZi, Higgins & Watts, Stanford, P- - Blue-Gras- s R. Zimmer, -- All Kinds of Coal, first-cla- .r n W&i Bakincr w D. S. CAUFXITTSK, well-know- n Rep90tftxULy XnvitcL Fancy Groceries, Do- rowaer Foreign and Pure mestic Fruits, Jersey Dairy. ft ,$$ - ! al lf THE RILEY HOUSE nny-bod- y. Jorsoy Cows, R. ZIMMER. Siiiilrc of Lambert, I Tho Myers House, n Furniture wMm Iy. I Stanford, H. H. Bronaugh., flBfc PRICE, SEASOIST OF 1894: nrst-cla- ss STABLE. NORTH WEST, 1 ICE, ICE. home-lik- e Farmers Bank&Trnst LIYXRV STABIal n , YEAGER & IMl rOI first-cla- 111 Double Daily Trains' n.-h- , - 11- -0 Ilri-die- FIRST-CLAS- S s, coa-sitte- Ro-eber- y's - ROYAL OP LIVERPOOL. Ky- Midland IVy, T g o Insurance Company Cincinnati and Frankfort NORFOLK RAILROAD. I BAEBEE&CASTLEMAN i, WESTERN FIRST TICKETS IVORY S200.000 21,300 - 1 1 S -- 11 A World's Fair Record. 1 CHICAGO 1 1 1 50AP r44 jn NO&TH-WES- S1 .-- 11 NORTH AND EAST. KPURE 1 fcV Tlme-Tuble- ra-f- tr H KmEm icffi j . y4slte- i u -- ,