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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894081701 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. c7?. J;,.-' r - r r rp i?t - .HE ynsfJjJ- r, v.1." Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxii. WILUAMSBURCJrVMTLEY COUNTY. ROWLAND. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. AUGUST 17. 1894. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. NO. 48 Mrs. Burgess, of Louisville, nnd Miss Mr. W. K. Grinetcad, of Louisville, Annlo McKee, of KIngsvillo, are guests wbb hero n fow days last wcok. Tho academy Is being repainted and of Mrs, T. L. Sholton. Ixmis Drnndy nnd Mrs. Robert Harrepaired in other ways for tho full term nett nro quite ill. Dan A. Twaddle nnd Hchool, of Our band loft for Heron Wednesday wife, of Kingsville, were in town Tues ovonint! to nlav for tho Heron Fair, that day. I Miss Mary F. Keisling. sister of is going on now. ' A llshlnu nartv from Ovnthiatia are Ohns. Keisling, of this place, died in at Sutton's mill this week nnd among Kuoxville, having been un invalid for many years. tho number is Judge Hazelrlgg. Tho nir is more bracing and all na Mrs. T. J. Ourd is improving after n light nttnek of fever. Miss Francisco, of lure seems revived over the passage of Hrodhend, is here visiting hor sister, Mrs. tho tarlll bill. Wo look for plenty and prosperity hs booh us tho reduction is J. M. Sullivan. Wo had a flno rain both Saturday felt by tho people. E. W. Land, aged U3 years, unmarnnd Sunday nights and Whitley county will produce ns lnrge a crop of corn as it ried and bou of Robert Land, of this place, was killed by tho terrific explohaB had for years. court begins next Mon- sion of n boiler, at the works of tho Our circuit day with nbout tho usual ntnount of bus- Louisville Electric Light Co.. on the iness, although there will not bo n very 13th. Ho was a sober, industrious young man. Ho bnd a policy on his life, payalarge appenrnnco docket. died at his homo ble to his mother, in the Fidelity nnd Mr. Alexander Tow In Williamsburg last Thursday evening, Casualty Accident Insurance Company. T. C. Hall, who has tho deepest afafter a protracted illness of several weeks. fection for his aged mother, who Is not Ho ws an old and respected citizen. Mr. John Inman, of Somerset, was willing to remain separated from him, hero lnai week visiting his mother. Mr. ha rented a con: fort able houso from T. John Elliott has taken cliBrgo of the S. Parsons in this city, where ho will Williamsburg Hotel. Mr. A. T. Siler movo her in a fow days, iu order to bo was sworn In as superintendent of pub with nnd care for her more fully in her declining years. She is 80 years, nnd lie Instruction Monday. Williams, of Mt. Vernon, Undo Hailev Mcl'herson, who will movo Mr. It. G. was here Inst week. Mrs. 0. C. Willinmc, with them, is 83 yearn of age. I i t Col. Silas Adams arrived Take your produce to Newcomb & from Washington, I). 0 , Tuesday evening. Welsh. Mt. Vernon will have a rood circus Exio, the daughter of tho widow of Ferry Klliott, died of ty- on tlm tho 22d. phoid fever near Mt. Calvary on last For watermelons and cantoloupes Bee Saturday. Xewcomb & Welsh. License wns issued from the clerk's Marshal Taylor is working a numolllco on tho Kltli, to Mr. Allen Hodge ber of prisoners on tho streets. to marry Mrs. Garrett, both of tho Rock Tho Mt. Vernon ball club will probably play at tho London Fair. IJck section of Casey county. Mr. John Rawlings, school superinNewcomb & Welsh have a fine line tendent of Hojlo county, was hero on of groceries, notions, hardware, Ac. professional business several days durNewcomb it Welsh, two enterpris' . ing circuit court. Wo had several pleas-an- t ing young men, have opened up a bus interviews with him, and found him iness bouse on West Main street. Wo understand that Laurel.' Whit to bo n true gentleman, a mnn of intel ligence nnd devoted to tho interest of ley and Knox counties are considering the advisability of holding a trio county popular education. Hon. 0. M. Clay, Jr., of Pnris, ac- fair next year. companied by W. II. Miller, of Stanford, The W. C. T. U. met with Mrs. G. was here Tuesday mixing among tho W. McClure, Wednesday. Tho next For the Season of 1S94--5 and citizens of Casey, and presenting bis meeting will be at the residence of Mrs. claims ns an aspirant for tho democratic James Jones. The circus will pitch its tent on Dr. nomination for governor. At 1 o'clock Lovoll's lot north of Water street, half he delivoro a speech at the milo north of court house, thereby esto a respectable sized audience notwithWith Companies of Known Merit. standing there had been no previous caping tho town tax, which was consid appointment for hitnatthe'time. Though ed too high. House seats 500; is lighted by electricity, has large stage and good The social given by tho Aid Society his speech was strongly democratic, yet Scenery. it was courteous and conservative, being was a very pleasant aflair, enjoyed espeentirely free from violent vituperation cially by the childron, who played their so common in political harangues of tho games and drank lemonade to their Stanford, Ky. present day. While not convincing hearts' content. 1 een filviews, yet he left a of his own Application for pitent has pleasing impression on members of both ed with tho commissioner of patents by political parties. our railroad agent for an electric signalmother of Mrs. Whitehead, daughter, Hoping that wo could shut ofF the MIh KImo. of Ml. Vernon, and Mini Tho Casey circuit court convened ing apparatus, which promises to make matter thereby, wo only mndo n short Whitehead, of Topeka. Kas., spent last here on Monday the Oth, with an im- a fortune for tho inventor. reference to Mr H, 1. M.'s uoto in our Mr. L. Whitehead. mense number of people in attendnnce week with Mr. J. Much illness prevails among infants year A Preparatory and Collegiate School for Girls. Thirty-thir- d hat issue, but ns wo didn't succeed, wo and after a busy session of eight days n Mrs. Will Hlnkely, of I'inevllle, wero nud here. The youngest child of Mr. opens Sept 5, 1891. A large and able faculty. Students last session give it in full and the response to it; Judge from 13 States. Thorough training under Christian influence at mode adjourned Tuesday ovoulng. is very low, necessitating his abhern this week visiting relatives. will rate cost Send for catalogue. Address MiSS SCOtt, Anchorage, Ky Wallace Jones presided and Common- sence from his school, which ia conductThe Whitley County Teachers Insti- but hereafter tho man who talks to pay. wealth Attorney J. 0. Munclo present ed by Misses Nettie Cox nnd; Mollie tute was in session last week and about have'To the K4Itor ol the Interior Journal.) program and on duty. Tho attorneys from oth- Brown. I'D teai'hers wore present. The Rowland, Aug. 12. Tuesday night, Somerwas very interesting ns tho teachers Aug. 7, V. L. Camden, An old fashioned fish fry wbb held John F. Delaney, er counties wero W. A. Morrow, seemed very anxious to take pnrt and trustees of school district No. 7, and a set, J. W. Rawlings and It. J. Hreckiu-ridg- e, on Round Stone Creek last! week, when Danville, Hryant Stouo and J. E. all tho elder people took a hand. Mes- had prepared something to say. Hnv. J. few others gave In honor of Teacher M. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M President. Hays, Jamestown, M. E. Tarter, Pelly- - dames m. j. .Miner and J. r. .Mvers su X. Preetidgo delivered a lecture Tuesday I). Hughes a burgoo nnd beer supper, Most of tho cases tried wero civil j pL.rhitended the cooking. Lots of fish ovoulng. Tho teachers had a literary within 100 yards of tho school-hous- e 4, 1894. and town. Wednesday evening, tho cases or unimportant misdemeanor cases caught. entertainment Special invitation was given to 1.....I !..-- .. ..M...t an twk fnn m umii.it r church. As the time approaches for the State Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music laid .. P"pik both gir's and boys, ami there The jury fined John Statham $100 for .K" "of An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. severely cutting Joseph Brown with an S. S. convention, which meets at Friday even- wero n few intoxicated. Mr. Hughes axe iu heat of passion. In a civil suit Aug. 20, there is serious talk of Atlanta, Ga., gave a recital Iihh 31 in attendance; 0 out of district; (i ing, so tho entire week wns taken up for damages, Mr. O E. Ransom, engaged eemling a delegate from this county, as H. P. M. not in school age. with Bomo kind of an entertainment. iu the lumber business, gained a verdict usual. All Sunday schools should aid in Mil. Editor. As trustees of tho Row- - against Mr. Wash Brown for s'ioQ for doing this. Tho republican primary for county Mm. Mary P. Smith, of Cleveland, offices was held Wednesday, but we can land school and In justice to all concern- - assault and battery. The case of Win. xo, 1894. not get tho returns in time for this issue. d, wo beg leave to correct tho card of Allen for tho killing ol Ben Barlow was Va., a sister of Mr. James Maret, of this There are 3S candidates for tho county j H. P. M. in your last issue. It is not a continued until next term of court. The place, is visiting Kentucky relatives. She Thirty Professors and Instructors; Nine Courses of Study, as fol parties, j fact that any person to our knowledge trial of Phil Devers for tho kllliug of is now with her sister, Mrs. James T. lows: Agricultural, Scientific, Biological, Chemical, Civil Engineerollices, besides tho numerous who desire to bo squire and constable partook of drink too freely at the famous Bruce Purdom occupied the court for Hack ley, near Mt. Xenia, Lincoln coun ing, Mechanical Engineering, Veterinary, Classical, Normal School. It waa ono of tho most exciting elections feast. Tho drink was not on tho several days last week. After tho clos ty, whom she had not seen for 21 years. COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. county has over had. Money ieea when tho supper whb given. Agnln ing of the evidence, nblo speeches wero Mrs. Charlie Catching, of Loudon, Board in dormitories S2.25 per week; in private families S3. 50 to 4.00. and whisky has flowed In abundance . his statement that thero aro only 34 in mndo for the Commonwealth by R. J. is the guest of Mrs. W. J. Sparks. Mrs. For Catalogues apply to nnd the worse crowds filled our town attendance ia not a fact; for the 13 days Breckinridge aud J. 0. Muucie, and for Catching ia a flno musician, who has enJAS. K. PATTERSON, Ph. D., President, Monday wo have over seen In It. No that have been taught the average at' tho defenee by W. A. Morrow, John joyed rare advantages for culture in the Lexington, Ky. serious difficulties occurred, but there tendance has been 5SJ. Tho lowest Rawlings and Geo. E. Stone. Tho case art which she teaches. She desires to is tho number at any time (first day) was 51 was submitted late Saturday oyeniug. secure a class here. wero several knock downs. This Miss Mattie Owens, of Barbourville, MY STOCK OF banner republican county of tho State, and the highest was td,and several more After being held in custody of tho filled with patriots, who fought, bled and will enter next week. Thero aro only vainly trying is the guest of Miss Blanche Jones. Mies died to make, tho negro a citizen and four under school ago. to como to agreement, and at this writ- May Saunders ib visiting her cousin, P. L. Oamde.v, equal to any white man. This is tho ing have not yet announced a verdict. Misa Lina Kennedy. Mrs. M. C. Miller, J. F. Dklankv. place where the orators como from that The probability is a hung jury. Tho accompanied by Misses Georgia Miller toll of oppression of the negro in the grnnd jury reported 151 Indictments, loO nnd Lenn McClure nre visiting near MIDDLEBURC, CASEY COUNTY. South nnd yot In this home of republifor misdemeanors nnd ono for murder. Frankfort. John Wilchor wont to Frankfort Kid. Jos. Ballon filled his appointcanism, Clint Hradford, a colored candl Danvillk. Society people are delight- ment one Sunday earlier this month. It dato for jailer, wns not allowed to speak Sunday. Tablets, &c, is very large and All tho fever cases nro improving ed to hnve Miss Virginia Bowman be has been noticed nnd commented upon with tho other candidates in two procome a permanent resident of the city. that it has either rained or snowed duriog ducts. Ho was notified If ho under- and wo hear of no new ones. Mrs. Thomas Moran is on n visit to' Mr. Thomas McRoberiP is very ill of every visit that the pastor has paid his ho would bo shot nnd men took to speak pneumonia. Mrs. Julia C. Dunn will church here this year. Tho refreshing wero present with their Winchesters for her parents in Indiana. Miss Allie that avowed purpose. and Albert Kilney, both of whom teach a class iu music and remain in showers wore especially well received have been very low with fever, are much Dauvilln this fall. during this visit. Littlo Will H. A Yolno Pokt. Call and See Us. improved. Tne meeting which has been conMrs. W. M. Wober and daughter, of Nashville, grandson of Hon. Rev. II . M. Stiouso had 21 additions ducted at tho Fork church by Mr. who have been at Chautauqua, X. Y., John Sam Owsley, Sr., who has been at his meeting on Carpenter's Creek. B.. of Crab Orchard, assisted by the for eight weeks, will arrive home Frispending tho summer hero, ia n real Ho organized a Sunday-schoover there pastor, Mr. Kuykoudall, closed Sunday day. Meahnck Gentry is low with typrodigy. Ho is possessed ol a wonder- Sunday, with Mr. Shelby Holt as super- with soyon additions, six of whom wero phoid fever. James Houk is able to be fully Invontivo genius and can design intendent. baptised that day. The church bus juBt out again. Mrs. James Maret improves and mnko most anything which ho turns result of tho republican prima- been supplied with handsome nnd com- but little. Miss Owens, of Barbourville, Tho his attention to. Ills mind is uuuBunlly ry 6eems to bo satisfactory, except in tho fortable now pows. Reuben Price, aged is visiting her sister, Mrs. James Jones. compose bright and active and ho can judgo'B race. It is said that Judge Raines' il, died at his homo on Dix River, iu Mr. Op. Taylor is visiting old friends in with remarkable rapidity. Tho follow-in- friends aro somewhat dissatisfied and Garrard county, Monday afternoon, of this county. Ha has lived near Greens lilies, which bo wrote in a few mo- some of themsay thoy will scratch the consumption. It is predicted that lesa burg for some years. Complete Line Lowest Prices. ments tho other evening, show that ho ticket in November if the democrats put than half a crop of corn will bo made in is poMesscd of tho divino aill itus nnd forward n good While squirrel hunting near Indian man, though it is a long this county. Advocate. that pootB aro born, not mndo, especially time till tho election and old sores will Biy, Ark., B. S. Saunders found n bag Examine our Elegant Line of when it is considered that ho is only doubtless bo healed. Knioiits or Pythias. The only di- coutaining $10,000, so says the Cincinnaof age: to Washington, ti Enquirer. Stanford nlno years Mrs. Bowling, of Stanford, Is tho rect lino from & Ohio 5h via tho Chesapeake MY LOVK'flSONO. n. In his speech favoring the adoption guest of her sister, Mrs. Mary Moran. 1. therefore, if you aro going to at- of tho Senate bill as between tho passage sweetly singing, dear, Nelson Wilson returned from George- route, You wore singing, Writing Tablets, Ladies' Correspondence Paper and Envelopes, Vis of Pythias Conclave, of no bill, "Speaker Crisp said: If I could hear your dear voice ringing town Monday, whither ho had gono on tend tho Knights Cards, &c. 22d to 20th inst. Bwcot and clear, there is a Sugar Trust in this country iting business. Mr. F. M. Ware attended tho which convenes August C. & 0. Two sounded in tho moonlight; How sweet it which is dominating legislation, the re meeting hero Sunday night. Miss Lola you will want to take tho And your face was so sweet and bright, fast trains leave Lexington daily and ar- publican party created it, and though 'Twas joy to mo to hear you sing then, Burks, of Stanford, is visiting tho Misses Stanford, Ky. hours in ad- this bill does not destroy that trust as Sharp. Judge Wallace Jones and wife rive in Washington three love, 'Twas as joyous and Bweet as the moon came up from Liberty Sunday to hear vance of any other line. No change of va wish it did, it takes away more than that shone above. cars. One glanco at tho map will con of tho protection accorded to Bro. Sallee. I tho 0. & 0. la the only that trust. If there is a coal combine, A protracted meeting lias been in vince you that 'Tis long years ago and sho sings no more, progress at the Baptist church since tho lino to Washington. Tickets go on sale the legislation of tho republican party I do but Bit aud dream as tho moon Sth inst. Rev. J. M. Sallee, who was August 22d to 2Gth InBt., good until Sep- built it up, and, though we do not make shines o'er, 15. For full Information, sleep- coal free in this bill, we reduce the duty And tho old song, still In my heart, sings pastor of the church for a number of tember ing car berths, tickets, etc. write or tele- from 75 cents to 40 cents, and bo on years and who is much loved by tho W. Barney, division pasThosamoasshe sang it in the years people here, is doing the preaching phone George Lexington, Ky. through the schedule. senger agent, agone. mmm Col. Breckinridge spoko at Lexing in his usual able and earnest way WATCIUNCJ TIIK STARS. All Froo ton again Monday to a vast crowd. and much interest is being manifesThose who have used Dr. King's New DUcov Among many other pointed things I Bit nnd watch tho stars he not, have those lO glimmer away thro' cloudy bars, ted. There have been eight additions ery know u alue and try it free. have on the adCall WHAT DOES IT MEAN? As they to date, with indications of a glorious now the opportunity to a tiial bottle free. Send said: "I don't belong to anything but are wet, Ami Invo. mv eves vertised druggist and get 11 mllM Buclden & Co , Chicago , aud the Masons, and, according to tho newsstrong regret, It your name to 11. E. ai tail th Qnn an.l Crsnt ItnaU Ii C.neiui t!sWtc n ingathering before the meeting closes. And I think of you with I rust uiUi J L Ci2.'lnnil get a trial bottle of Dr. King' Jew Lite Pills as paper reports, I don't know whether I ')rillnslwrttl'luciniiatllNtw Orlcn li4iuUosliort.it while my love for you is strong, And TiSnt Bellas a copy of Guide to Health and Household ClncnnJli t j L'tuuwtouf. Atlanta, r JiwWMUTtUa, t Uriii. love for mo is gone; which is guaranteed to do belong to them or not. I have been Buofiln'aArnlca Salve. I know your Instructor free. All of You sit and watch the stars with me no Th belt ulre In the world tor cuts, bruiitii you good and cost you nothing at A. R. I'enny'i turned out of Mt. Horeb church, turned SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS drugstore. torei, ulcers, salt iheum, fever sores, teller, chap'noro t m e polnti. Throath Cr U VlcliW tsl ShrtTf-i- rt ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erupVetweenltcftli out of tho Masons, snubbed by so many sore. And my heart Is aching, Oulr If running ll.mnih tin Cineianill tu knonlllo ant tions. It positively cures piles, or no pay requirSee tho "World's Fair for 15 Gents. ew Orlrui or A. h. Till.. X. C. Dtrttt lint to Tti uti llcilvo Tl time, dear, I am really at a loss to know ed. It U guaranteed to Jive perfect satisfaction I think of tho runt Louiit tilt. Upon receipt of your addiess and 15 cents in people, that tt alwuttouMloCnlifornU. tU hhrijrt. Ail or money refunded. Frico s cents per box. postage stamps we will mall you our Souvenir just what I belong to, or whether hhflbTTlIl.ini Utwrcnctbarir.dlrttt tonnUon it rnnJn t Leliijtoa When you sat by mo hero, I ,.. TiiU t .UWlca tr!n to til jMiiu bviitn. For sale br A. R. Penny, SUnlnrd, Ky. Portfolio of tho World's Columbian Exposition. You told mo as tho stars shone o or as we I am not the can The regular price is 50c, but nominal. want you to belong to anything. Agtnt, Clsc'jui'.i, O. your love should last forevermore, Ota'! I'ui'r 1011 will That Hon. Richard P. Bland retains a have one we make the price Tho manhood, the womanhood, token, fird it a orlc of Art and a thing to be priied. It didate. And you pointed to the stars as abroken. strong hold on his yoatove Missouri constituents. contains full page views ot the K'"t buildings, the Christianity of the district is running QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. Hut now your promise with descriptions of same and is eiecuted In the W. K. MASIKK, OB. He was renominated by the democrats hleheit style ol art. If not satisfied with it after for me." Jt ia stated that 83 women you stamps and we will refund of the 8th district for his consecu- Jeepiret itbook. Address the E. liucklen let Co., wero present and that many of them & H. the President Carnot'a anarchistic assaa-ei- tive term in the Uouee. gave tho speaker ilowers. Chicago, HI. waa beheaded yesterday. 1 We Are Now Booking Attractions inJf''' : 1 court-hous- e Solicit Correspondence WALTON BROS., dy Dick-erso- B ELLEWOOD seminary Stanford Female College. Next Session Begins Tuesday, Sep. .... Z' ' 'w' Rus-sellsvi- lle State CollegeoF,Kentueky Opens September prem-Whitl- ey j -- FINE PAPERS, S'CHOOL BOOKS. Mc-Dani- Our Frices Can Not Be Duplicated. A. r,, An-perso- n, FEinT?. Druggist. ol g School Books and School Supplies, New School Tablets and Slates. a. STATIOUEBY 17 I one-ha- lf F M 109 tr'-To- a 23 90 & i ut-- a. ! r.'.i-- ii I; n I'-'th ftni il r'l'.l.-.'i- s. l t- Ff?rn rfii V t '& The Indiana democrats nominated an unusually strong State ticket from tary of State down and adopted resolu tions enthusiastically endorsing the adinStanford, Ky., August 17, 1894 ministration of Mr. Cleveland, the decome tax feature of the tariff bill and manding further tariff reform and the election of U. S. Senators by the people. W. P. WALTON. Gov. Matthews, who presided over the convention, says he is confident of the DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. election of the entire ticket. The Ten- Gov. JAS. U. jrCUEAUY neesee democrats FOR CONGRESS. Peter Turney and also heartily endorsed For County ludge J AS. WALKER GIVKNS They also approve G. II. COOPER the administration. Clerk II. PAXTON of the Income tax and further demand " Attorney- - . J. Sheriff. T. D. NEWL.AND the restoration of thebimetalicBtandard. E. D. KKNNKDY Assessor. Both conventions were thoroughly har' G. W. DEllORD Jailer monious. Secre- I I 41 r Everything in Summer Goods; no reserves in our entire stock, A It is stated thnt Secretary Carlislo is As indicated the House caucus inurging the president to sign tho tariff structed the conferreea to agree to the personal investigation will speedily convince you that in this Senate amendments to the tarill' bill, G34 bill at once, so that it may become opera- bridge across tho Kentucky River. The turned from Martinsville, Ind. Kee of Middlesboro, is visitiug his in number, and changing the Wilson tive arid save the country vast sums of negro had ravished Mrs. Nolin, a respectU 11 bill beyond recognition, and report it to money on whisky especially, which is able white lady of the vicinity. He parent?. .r-- ". wi . being taken out of bond in large quanti- served a 10 years' sentence lor a similar Tho trip taken by'tho band boys the ) the House. This action was taken upon TT'--' iTT.a resolution offered by Speakor Crisp. It ties to save the extra 30 cents a gallon crime and was releitsed from the peniten- first of the week was a most enjoyable It would be rather inconsistent for Mr tiary a little over a year ago. They left town Saturday one indeed. was complied with and then the House, Prices dropped to half and less. Note a few of the thousand night and drove through to High Bridge, after the speaker had overruled Mr. Cleveland to sign a bill he has so recentwhere thev boarded tho steamer, "Falls Reed's point of order that the tariff bill ly condemned in unmeasured terms, but FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. City" and made tho trip through to was not before the body, agreed to the circumstances alter cases and as it is imThe Texas cotton crop is the best in Louisville. The boat is a lino one and Senate montrosity by a vote of 1S2 to 105, possible to get a better bill, it is the part years. . of wisdom to take the best we can get. the far and appointments are 13 democrats, including Bourke Cochran, ...White seed rye for sale. J. E. Capt. Lawler, who was in charge of tho bill as of Now York, who denounced the We aic offering. Boys' fine unlaundercd Shirt 20c; men's fine The narrow margin in the Senate and Bruce. boat, is a typical gentleman and mado containing more protection than the Shirts, 20c, to men's fine TJalbrigan Shirt, the action of traitorious democrats led by E. T. Pence bought of Cress, of tho boys feel that "it was good to be bill, voting with the republicans. Gorman, enabled him to apparently four light heifers at 2c. worth .joe will go at 25c; good unbleached drill drawers 20c; men's there." A large crowd of society people Then as if to salve their wounded pride, triumph over the people and the presiThe Georgetown Times reports sales from Frankfort, Louisville and Carrel ton all wool Suits $4.50; knee pants the House proceeded to the considera- dent, in securing the passage of the 20c. You can get a good Shoe for of 100 lambs at 3 and a lot of hogs at were on board and kept things moving tion of separate bills, placing sugar, coal men for 9SC; for ladies a nice Doug. Butt. Pat. Tip 90c. patchwork tariff bill, but it will profit 5c. at a lively gait. Capt. Lawler'a boat runs iron and barbed wire on the free list and Remember these arc only a few of the him nothing. It not only drops him out Sam M. Owens has lost 14 brood regularly in the Kentucky river trade passed them 276 to 11, the largest affirmof the line of possible promotion to the sows this year. All of them died while and is the popular boat to travel on. ative vote ever cast in the body. They presidency, but would defeat him for re- "piRRing." The boys played at all the landings and were at once sent to the Senate, where election to the Senate, if unfortunately, Corn sold last week at Kansas received somo nice compliments. of course, they 'were put to an indefinite he had not already been elected till City at 40 cents to 45 cents, and wheat sleep. The bill as passed provides for 1899. at 35 cents to 40 cents. Colored Teacher'SAlnstitute. an income tax of li per cent, on all above March Jns. Morris, of Midway, purchased 14,000, taxes whisky at $1.10 per gallon, Tho institute for colored teachers will We are offering in this great sale, while there arc lots of ethers too demSenator Gorman claims to be a numerous to mention. an increase of 20 cents, and Axes the ocrat, but a Maryland republican con- in Carter, Elliott and Morgan counties adjourn It is said to have been a very interesting and profitable session. bonded period at eight in place of three vention has shown him "where he is at." 210 hogs at from 4 to 4 cents. R. II. Bronaugh, of the East End, Every teacher in the.county and sever- years. Raw sugars are taxed at 40 cents It adopted a resolution complimenting tells us that the ground has not been wet al from Boyle countyjarc in attendance. ad valorem, sugars above 1G refined at him for his untiring efforts in behalf of big snow on the additional and sugars produced in bounty protection. This action ought to bring an inch deep since the An immense degree of interest seems 20th of May. to have manifested itself during the enpaying countries per cent; iron ore, the Senator to a lealizing sense of his And wc will convince you that we arc selling goods for ...For Sale.... House and lot at 40 cents per ton; bituminous coal, 50 traitorous position and if ho has any tire session. Not a single teacher, who occupied by Sam McCormack. has been put oniprogram, has refused to cento per ton and so on, these being the self respect left he ought to do like JuApply to G. W. Craig, McKinney, Ky. perform his duty. That rapid progress principal bones of contention between das, go out and hang himself. John W. Estes sold Friday a pair of among colored teachers has been made the House and Senate. The bill will mules at $2G0, just about within the last few years is clearly evi now be sent to the president, who will John Quincy Adams, whom the demwhat he paid for them as in likely let it become a law by default of ocrats nominated for denced by tho good work of the present Than any other house in Stanford. Winchester Sun. action in 10 days. Though the bill is al- 1S92, with Charles O'Connor, in opposisession. The instructor, C. C. Monroe, of the East End, of Lexington, R. G. Collier, most a complete surrender of all the tion to Horace Greeley's nomination, seeuiB never to bo at a loss democrats promised in their platform, it died in Quincy, Mass., Tuesday. He claims to have the best field of corn in to know what to say and when to say is Btill an improvement on the McKin-le- y had another distinction, that of being the county. The land has been in corn it to produce the best effect upon the grandson of the second for seven consecutive years but this minds of the teachers. Supt. McClary bill, and its adoption is better than the great-grepresident of tho United States, who was year's crop, be thinks, beats them all. tells ub that the colored people have no the long drawn out suspense that the $24,000 stake better qualified instructor in the State The business interests of the country have also the first TTTrace at the Terre Haute track was won than Mr. Monroe. The music during been sujected to. Already there is an Senator Vest made a bitter speech by Silicon in straight heats from the hot the week has attracted considerable atimprovement reported in the trade of the against the president Wednesday, show- favorite, Mary Best. The whole race tention, and has A. URBANSKY & CO., Troprictoi large centres and it is hoped that there been quite entertaining ing what a small tuber be himself is. was worth but $16,575, the winner get- to all who will be a general revival of business. have attended. The open T; D. RANEY, Manager. exotic knows that the peo- ting only $10,575. session at the court bouse last night The democratic party has been woefully The Missouri ple will pull down his vest when they George M. Baker has made the fol- promised to be quite interesting. injured by the unseemly fight, in what The get another chance, bo ho has decidpd to lowing trades within the last few days: program could have been and should have been consisted of solos, declamations himself by declining to be Bought a yoke of 1. COO pound cattle at and an addreos by the instructor on "Our settled long ago. The people have be. pull it down a candidate for Senator to succeed him- 2Jc; 50 fat hogs at 4) and a combined gun to think that the party is not capaEducational Needs," to which both 8horse for f lOO.f ISold two yokes of cat- white and colored were cordially invited. ble of the solution of great questions self. tle at -- c, and some butcher stuff at 2 to The following resolutions were adoptAndand general dissatisfaction is apparent. And now it is charged that Bill Owens ed at the close of yesterday's session. The return to prosperity, should the tar- has not put up that $600 necessary to 2Jc. Lightning struck a large barn of Resolved, 1, That we tender our iff bill prove the cause, may dissipate enter the primary contest for Congress Lister Witherspoon in Woodford instant- heartfelt thanks to our ablo and untirthis discontent and let us trust that all in the 7th district. He spurns the rely killing his valuable trotting stallion ing instructor, Prof. C. O. Monroe for is well that ends well. port that he will not run from "eend to Earl Belmont with a record of 2:20, by his many suggeHtions and able instrucNow in stock will be sold eend" and says he is in the race to win. The Hon. David G. Colaon attempts to Belmont. He had been driven a quarter tion during the week. That we highly We shall see what we shall see. forestall the action of the republican the day before at a 2:16 gait. Mr. With- endorse his methods and that wu feel committee in the 11th district, by anThe report that Hon. Evan E. Settle erspoon refused $5,000 for this stallion grateful to our superintendent for his nouncing for Congress, Buhject to the would not be able to raise the $G00 nec- on three different occasions. Wise selection. will of the party expressed at a primary essary for him to enter the primary elecAt Terre Haute Monday, Whirligig Resolved, 2, That we appreciate the election. It is usual for candidates to ac- tion has been disprover by his putting won tne i':''o pace in me remarKauie faithful services rendered by Sunt. W. cept any action of their party, but Mr. up the money. It is estimated that the time of 2:10, breaking the world's record F. McClary, and that we endorse his pacers. Boreal, be- new term of office now just begun. Colson tells his committee what he ex- cost of the primary election will be for pects of it and consequently what it longing to Scott Newman, Jr , of Louis My Stock of-Resolved, 3, That we tender our trot worth thanks to Dr. W. D. Tardiil, Jr., for bin must do. A primary election in that ville, won the district would cost a mint of money and All of the democrats of the Kentucky $10,000 in 2 17h reducing tho world's fiittiful services as secretary; also to the several seconds. people of Stanford for their kindness the expense would force all except rich delegation voted for the Senate bill, record for men like Mr. Colson from the track. To doubtless on the idea that a half loaf J. H. Bauchman has returned from during our stay in their midst. a man up a tree it looks very much like was better than no bread. Everybody Madison and Garrard counties, where he Rksolvkd, 4, That thanks are due Is complete, every piece being bought direct from the best manufacthe gentleman from Middlesboro will have breathes freer now that the thing has bought a number of crops ot wheat so and are hereby tendered to Editor W. turers the country affords. If you want a bill of Furniture I will to "bide a wee." Col. Silas Adams has been disposed of. as to make it cost him 45 cents here. He P. Walton, of the Intkkiou Jouknal, for make it added to his popularity in the district has bought 50,000 bushels so far at an his courtesy shown us in person and NEWSY NOTES. and won the endorsement of a second average of that figure. By the addition through the columns of his worthy panomination, which he will doubtless renow an elevator per. Congressman Montgomery's majori- recently made he has ceive if republicans are not like repubcapacity of 75,000 bushels. Jos. Biggs, Jeanie Butcher, and R. C. ty over Murray in the 4th district is 2,. lics, ungrateful. To come to Stanford. You will find that 50 or 100 miles The weather report shows that the Durham, Committee. ill be a 137. a pleasant as well as profitable trip when you learn that my m drouth continues unbroken throughout Mr. Hendrick's majority over ConTub Louisville Times looks on the Opium eaters will be sorry to learn the greater portion of tho State, only side of things and remarks: By gressman Stone, in the 1st district, is bright to Borne degree in localities by Bhowers t tat that drug has advanced in price. the way, if you are a good democrat and officially stated at 1,041. generally light. The corn is suffering The trust has raieed the price of will come to think of it, that isn't as Than any quoted in Kentucky. Give me a call. badly, pasture lands are drying up and black a tariff bill as it has been painted whisky 3 cents a gallon or to $1.25 on streams and springs are getting low. Toby even the democratic artists. It cuts account of the increased tax. bacco is faring badly and Boaking rains At Hebron, Boone county, John pretty nearly in half the McKinley tax must soon occur to insure a fair crop. W. H. MILLER. H. HELM. on necessaries, brings in an annual reve- Tanner, was struck by lightning and nue of 130,000,000 from big incomes and killed while playing base ball, & LANCASTER, CARRARO COUNTY. A mad horse bit three Columbus, O., corporato receipts, and gives Kentucky's Home grown watermelons are on the Real Estate Agent3, elixir of life eight years to ripen under a citizens and immediately dropped dead. dose was too much for him. market, but are selling at war time Tho $1.10 tax. Stanford, Lincoln County, Ky. While scuflling for the posession of prices. Of Zinc and Canvass Covered Round and Square Top The election laws of Kansas provide a revolver with bis father, Charles ReyOffice over First National Bank. Editor J. It. Marrs, of the Record, is that the ballot booths shall be bo con- nolds, of Georgetown, was fatally shot. still confined to his bed. At this writWe oiler to the public our services In selling, exstructed that "the limbs of tho voter changing and renting rial estate in Lincoln anil The Wichita National Bank has gone ing be is reported as much better. We have made arrangement adjoining counties shall be visible as high as the knee." o Mr. Steve Hill, a prominent and for extensive advertisement ol all properties Some of the women are kicking about it, into the hands of the controller of the placed in our hands, and possess facilities for busfarmer, of Buckeye, died Monday but the average female, who is fighting currency. It has been in bad shape or and was buried in the Lancaster ceme- iness which can not be possessed by individuals without great expense. All properties placed in our hands will receive prompt and diligent attenfor the masculine prerogative of voting, some time. tery Tuesday evening. tion and every effort will be made to dispose of it By the bursting of a pipe line, Frank is willing to make most any kind of an will speedily and A large crowd will go from here to are successful no charge so. be made unless we Schmitt was torn open and blown 75 in doing exposition to accomplish her desires. And Bags. to attend the PROPERTIES FOR SALE. feet at Portland, Ind. Death was in- Dripping Springs Farm of 100 Acres at Rowland, big hop and entertainment to be given 3. Lincoln couuty. Hon. I. M. Quiqlky, of Paducah, who stantaneous. by Mrs. 8. D. Rothwell. ot 410 Acres on Dlx Hiver, four miles 6. Farm A Breckinridge man has been electrepresented his county in the last LegisThe Garrard County Teachera Insti- from Stanford ; f6,ooo. on pike, j miles from Farm 7. won some distinction as a ed for chairman of tho Fayette county lature and per acre; 135 seres. tute is in session at Garrard Qollege this Stanford; $jjanu nun property, acres, on 17, rarm constitutional lawyer, has been appoint- democratic committee and the followers Dix 95 week. A large number of teachers are River. 4 miles from Stanford: verv desirable nron. ed by Gov. Brown to fill out tho unex- of the silver tongued are quite jupilaut. crtyofIered low. Price and full description on J. N. Beacon, president of the Far- in attendance and the program ia quite application. pired term of the late Judge Bennett on 8. Very desirable and well improved property interesting and instructive. at Highland; 10 acres; $i,ooo. the court of appeals. Mr. Quigley is not mers & Merchants Bank at Watouga, A beautiful banner has been prepar11. Farm of too Acre well improved land at Oklahoma, committed suicide because yet 40 years of age. ed for the Uniform Rank of Knights of Highland; ssSi,soo. farm 01 150 acres, 3 miles Irom his eon squaudered Borne of the bank a. . Pythias at this place by Mrs. Rice and is Lancaster: ' $?o ner acre ot. ... Tub Pullman strikers are striking for money. acres, 6 miles 15. farm 57 Wm. Worsham, an aged and promi- a credit to the talent and workmanship from Stanford; Joj per acre, their discarded places, but they are meetFarm. 300 acres finely improved, 36 ing with poor success. They have sowed nent politician, and an ardent admirer of that estimable lady. It ia of costly 5 miles from Stanford; $45 per acre. embroideredjby hand and the de- - 37. buburban property at llowland, 36 acres, lis BMtMnf Bis the wind and must expect to reap the of Col. W. O. P. Breckinridge, dfed last silk, well Improved: (4,000. A number of cheap mountain farms in Lincoln whirlwind. It is not human for the week. Just as he was passing over the signBon each side are strictly appropriate. county. Number of lots In Stanford, somo with company to bo Boon forgive and forget mystic Btream he gasped "Bury me with The members of the order may congrat- houses. A number of Improved lots in Liberty, possession of Case county. the attempt of these men to utterly de my Breckinridg button." This certain. ulate themselves upon the Full description of these properties will be glv. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. en upon application. bo rich a treasure. ly shows a high degree of attachment. etroy it business. Kin-naird, Circuit court will convene Monday Miss Stella Spurlin, a wealthy and woman of Camdon, and the following is the number of cases accomplished young Ala., leaped from the window of a Lou- on tho docket: 106 old equity cases; 35 isville Southern train and received in equity appearances; old common law .. juries which will almost certainly cause caftpA 14:, .".(1 common law annonrAnppn. , 3.1 r , her death. Her mind was weakened I old Commonwealth cases; 25 now Com from a long and recent spell of typhoid monwealth cases. The docket is distributed as follows: Old Commonwealth fever. cases, 1st day; now Commonwealth cases, A steam purifier in tho power-hous- e of the Louisville Electric Light Compa 2d day; old common law cases, 3d ny exploded. Edward Land, assistant day; now common law cases, 4th day. Col. Hugh Mason and wife returned to tho stoker, was instantly killed, and Adolph Schwartz was badly injured. to their homo in Chicago Wednesday. Charles Wilson, colored, was blown Mrs. Dr. Jos. Rogers has returned to through a hole in the roof to 14th street, Bloomingtou, Ind. MIrs Jano Lusk is but escaped unhurt. Tho property dam- visiting her sister, Miss ElizA Lusk. Miss Vanarsdall, of Harrodsburg, in the age was $1,500. guest of Mibs Dovo Harris. Mr. John L. A mob battered down the doors of the jail at Frankfort with sledge ham- Anderson, of Washington City, is hern mers and took Marshall Bolton there- on a visit. He has a clerkship in the from and hung him to a beam on the patont otlico. Miss IMa Wntxon has re- -- the- boQistfille Store. The hotter it gets, the lower we make prices. Every week we off:r greater values, we arc more determined than ever to ir im to JL iprJClJCtjHL nn ipu C ikjijr -- It IJJ IE -- tip-top- BABGAIMi i.c i6c; Mc-Kinl- ey Bock-castl- e, Thousands of Bargains to-da- y. COME TO SEE US.j 1-- 10 ld three-year-old- LESS MONEY : STAMTOBD, vice-preside- nt at LOUISVILLE STORE, - vice-preside- much-talked-- of ICE -- CHESTS -- I s-- . REFRIGERATORS W. H. WEAREN & CO. $1,-80- 0. three-yenr-o- ld two-year-o- ld two-year-ol- ds Household Furniture ! TO YOUR INTEREST m m PMXOE8 A1E MWMR W. W. WITHERS. REAL ESTATE. MILLER HELM, .. X well-to-d- TRUNKS VALISES H. J. McROBERTS. lllue-Gras- s lllue-Gra- ss 1 uiue-iira- mue-ura- ss '. blue-Gri-ts SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. I . uV ipr Semi-Week- ly A Bishop John M. Walden, Methodist, A diamond and emerald did you say? and began life by working on an Ohio river A diamond and emerald to be given away? queensware in town. Call and see and flatboat for 50 cents a day. Stanford Ky., - Auoubt The Cynthiana Christian church conyou will bo well paid for your time. Far By Jeweler Danks, whom every one knows, Do you need spectacles ? Kyea exam-e- d rls it Hardin. tributed f 1,239.71) to the aupport of home Keeps up with the times and the style as it goes. " free. Danks, the Jeweler. E. C. Walton, Business Manager and foreign missions the past year. His silver and China and vases and rings, Prof. L. Eddy, meeting with so little -- Eld. W. L. Williams writes that Eld. You can savo money by buying your encouragement from our citizens in his J. G. Livingston's meeting Are a delight tb all who love such things. at Moreland tinwnro of W. II. Wearen & Co. MEAH1 IU8INE88. telephono line to Danville, has given up closed on the 13th Necklaces, with 40 additions to and pins for the hair, Boy your school books nnd school sup Foil Uknt. Our hoilse nnd lot. now tho project for a time. Wo regret thia as the Christian church. In assortment selection and beauty arc there. plies oi all kinds at A. It. Penny's. e such n lino would bo n great convenoccupied by Mr. Moreland. Misses Eld It. 0. Hubbard, of Cynthiana, All who buy from this Jeweler are happy and gay, ience, if not very profitable. Watciikb, clockB nnd jewelry repaired nnd Mnry ltenzlev. held a meeting at the White Run Bap0 and wnrnintod. Eu(nivint a specifllty, His prices are low and easy to pay. of Polico J. P. tist church, Carroll county, which reat A. K. Penny's. Why not drive up to Powell's nnd jot Caught ONK.-Csulted in 27 additions. Tub largest stock of Druus. Medicines, 10 to 15c a dozen. Xew Doard, of Harrodsburg, was here TuesPerfumery, Paints nnd Wnll Paper at your bnnnnns nt Eld. W. 15. Ellis is assisting Elder day night in search of two men, namely Peacriptioiw a special- stock of lomons undwntermeloiiR also. A. It. Penny's. Milton Elliott in a protracted meeting at Lnmmoth and Settle. The former had JrwiK J. W. Alcorn is further beau- recently como hero from that place and Scott's Fork, in Garrard county, and the tifying his handsome brick residence by waa found in one of the houses in the latter will fill his pulpit here Sunday. PERSONAL POINTS. Tho Kentucky Baptist haa an at painting it a bright red and trimmini; colored settlement on tho creek, but no Mn. A. It. Penny went to Paris Tui'S- - with pure whito. traco wbh discovered of Settle. Mr. tractive new head. Now let its editor day. Board did not inform Marshal Xew land resolve to keep tho commandment with Tin: best singing wo have heard in a Mas. E Wilkinson is 111 with uinla- reference to stealing and give the items long time is by the teachers nt tho color- what tho men were wanted for. rinl fever. Its filches proper credit. Ititii) is visiting Mrs. For- - ed iustituto in session here. It is n real Since the publication of the item about Miss Eld. J. T. Brown closed his meettreat to listen to them. Mra. G. B. Cooper's rooster laying eggs, ing at McCormack's Wednesday night. eatus Keid. numerous and sundry papers have It was one of tho best ever held there Miu. Stepiibn IIchch has returned Lost. Between Stanford and toll gato awnrued us the blue ribbon aa tho cham- and besides a general wanning up of the from Islington. Of our great closing sale of Summer Goods, and you must come at on tho Milledgevillu pike ladies black Mhh. I)k. J. H. Owbucv has had a very cape. Finder will bo rewarded by de- pion prevaricator of the State, though membership 10 were added to the once if you would secure them. We offer genuiue 32 inch wo have sworn testimony to tho truth of church. severe nttack of llux, French Ginghams at 15c, that sold at 35c. Genuine Zephyr . Ginlivering to Severance k Son. tho story. It is not very pleasant to be Miia. J. S. Owslky, Jn., has been quite On the 2Stb, 20th and 30th of thia ghams that sold for 25c at 10c and all our Light Domestic Ginghams The boys aro asking Sam Menefeo if called a falsifier even when it is couched month, the annual conventon of the at 6yc. All our White Dress Goods and Light Shades in Woolen sick for a day or two. Will Kuiiry went to Versailles on ho ever got left, but wo were unable to in as delicate terms as the Glasgow Times Kentucky S. S. Union will be held at Dress Goods at procure a diagram. May bo a certain uses, and it is absolutely unbearable Ru8sellville. A most attractive program his wheel, Wednesday. when put In tho rough and ready lan- haa been arranged and a very large at Mim Hakaii Curtis, of Danville, is the item in this ifsue will explain. guage of the Richmond Pantagraph, the tendance la expected. Delegatea will be guest ol Mrs. G. 13. Cooper. Tub Advocate says a Deputy U. S. paper that tho Register refers to a repub- entertained and all who expect to attend Mn. J. T. Palmbr, of Lexington, is Marshal arrested ten blind tiger keepers lican hand organ with a monkey attachTislting Mrs. J. 0. McCIary. are requested to send their names to Mr, We will offer a genuine light summer suit for $6, and one, a Lou- ment. Somebody is going to get hurt M. P. Sloes, at Ruesellville, aa soon as better goods, at $7, and a genuine clay worsted at Mr. and Mrs. II. 0. Faiiris went to at Danville and took them to ail at 7.50. These goods iaville, where they are now confined. over that old rooster and his eggs yet, if possible. Tho railroads have made a rate must go out to make room for Crab Orchard Springs yesterday. Mim Jxanik Lackey, ol Lancaster, has If you want your watch or any jowel-r- y you don't keep your optic decorticated. of ono fare for the round trip upon prebeen tho guest of Miss Sue Itout. of certificate. These certifirepaired, take it to Penny'B. Mr, A lady of perhaps 40 years stopped at sentation Miss Annik Alcorn is seeking health Deckelman does the work well and cates may be secured from the county tho St Asaph Hotel Wednesday and regand pleasure at LlnnlettaSpringa. a cus- istered "Mrs. A. Armstead, Chicago." officers, or from Mies Mamie F. Huber, promptly; never disappoints Which begins to arrive in this month. Ladies' Oxfords will be reducMcKkk, of Klngsville, ws tomer. Sunday-Schoo- l Miss Annik Shortly after she had been shown to her secretary at Louisville. ed within the reach of every lady. In fact all summer goods are to of Mrs. W. H. O'llannon. tho Ktiest every denomination aro cor room, she sent for the landlord and after workers ol Until Sept. 1, 181)4. wo will sell 8 We shall not let up until our customers have them Mihh Lkxie IJkazley went to Ibanon dially invited to attend. Many noted be slaughtered. a brief tnlk, requested him to have the guaranteed, hitch armed, in possessiod. Remember Tuesdny to visit Miss Iaurn Jarboo. will be present. Presbyterian preacher como to sen her. speakers 7 23 Miss Mary Kay will begin' teaching sewing machine for f and a No. W The request was complied with, tmt it Arizona cook stove for The Negro Democratic League intho ML Xenla Bchool next Monday. was only necessary for Mr. Logan to talk dorsed Cleveland and the Chicago platHelen Hockbr, of H. Wearen A Co. Micsks Lou and to her n few minutes to find that her Hustonvllle, visited friends hero this Jim Burton is training dally for his mind was unbalanced. In her conver- form. The Missouri republican Stato con For the celebrated J. B. & P. D. French Corset, the best made. week. raco with Champion Adams and others sation with Mr. Ferris sho had informed ventlon declared in favor of free silver When a lady once tries them she never gives them up. Don't fail to is Miss Lillian Forsytiik, of Mercer, at the Somerset Fair. Hu Is going some him that she had no money and as that coinage. come on this week. and Uirdie very visiting Misses Gatewood fait miles an will make it hot for gentleman is not keeping a free hotel, he Secretary Carlisle estimates that the Glvens. tho man who beats him. was at tho point of believing that his passage of a free Bugar bill will cause a Mn. 0. 0. Earlby nnd eon, Charles, porter had brought him in a whito ele- deficit in the revenues of about ;2S,000,-00No 24 struck three cows in No. 0 tunof Louisville, are visiting Mrs. W. II. nel on Crooked Hill nnd killed them. phant. Mr. W. F. Sheridan happened McKoberts. in about this time and Mr. Farris told Coxey was chased out of camp at Mus. Fannie Edmibton left Tuesday Fortunately tho cars were not derailed where sbo will likely go and no damage was done, save the tear- him about his latest arrival. The name Hyattsville. Md., for saying that he had for St. Joe, Mo., A riPHtetd was familiar to him, for he nothing more to do with the common-wealering olf of the steps of the ladies' car. In business. remembered to have been in a wreck Mhh. J. B. Owens, and 0. B. Owens, Do you buy your Dry Goods ? The weather continues dry and hot, with a gentleman of that name. The The Texas democratic State convenJays with of Harroilsburg, spent a few assurances that it will ever rain gentleman waa from Chicago and so was tion is still deadlocked. The weaker canwith no relatives here. Hacklky again either upon tho just or unjust. this lady, and Mr. Sheridan was rather didates have apparently pcoled against Misses Mattie and Sallie The predictions are: "Fair, slightly cool- anxious to telk to her. Aa strange as it Culberson to prevent his nomination, and brothers are visiting friends and reler, Friday morning, warmer by nighL" may seem, Mrs. Armstead proved to be and there is talk of bringing out another atives at Richmond. tho wife of the gentleman referred to man. Mim Mary Thomson, of HuatonviUo, The meetings to select candidates for who died after much suffering G. A. It. encampment nt Pittsburg, Pa , Is tho guest of the Misses Goff at Indian magistrates and constables in the sever- above, from the injuries he received in that September 8th to lGtb. The Queen and Fiblds. Winchester Sun. al districts will be held at 3 o'clock on a great deal about Crescent Route will make low reduced Mrs. Braciiby Iibb returned to Louis-vill- the afternoon of SepL S. So saya Chair- wreck. She talked her husband and it is more than proba rates for the occasion. Call on any Q & after spending the summer with man It. It. Gentry. Tho secretary neg bio that his horrlblo death caused her to 0. agent, or address I. Hardy, A. G. P. her mother, Mrs. Wm. Welsh. lected to put the hour in the otllcial no, become demented. Mr. Sheridan took A., Vicksburg, MIbs , It. II. Garratt, New prized tico published in last issue. LANDRAM.our highly Mn. up a collection nnd after buying her a Orleans, La., A. J. Lytle, D. P. A., Lancaster scribe, was hero Tuesday re Jailed. Marshal D. J. Newburn, of ticket to LouisTille, whero she wanted big trip with his band Tenn., W. C. Rinearson, G. P. Where you can depend on getting the best ? turning from that Hustonville, and a couple of guards to go, placed her on yesterday morning's A., Cincinnati. W. L. Palmer nnd wife, of OrlanMr. Where you always get them at the lowest price ? do, Fla., and Mrs. Martha McAliBter brought John Belden hero Tuesday and train in the care of the conductor. Mrs. McAlis- - placed him in jail. He is charged with ArmBtead claims to be a niece of Gen. NEW ADVEBTISEMENTC. have been visiting at Mr. J. II. Where they don't mind showing goods ? shooting Brynnt Welchcr, as was told in Leo and a Virginian by birth. ter'e. letter Inst Issue, ills d our Hustonville Where they arc looking to the interest of the customer ? Mn. A. II. Cunningham, of tho MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Belden is also A; Woods Paper Co., Cincinnati, trial is set for Monday. e Mr. Jnmes Thompson and Mies one of tho cleverest men on tho roadf wanted in Oaeey county for malicious WHERE OPENS SEPT. 3, 1S94, cutting. Fereuson, of Paris, eloped to Cincln was here Wednetdrfy. n F. J. DUFFY, A. B., Principal. Mr. E. H. llrwoiix, repre-nitnThe reunion of Federal soldiers nt nnti nnd were married. Miss Annn Brisbane, of Warren, 0., Iibb been sick for a Rollings, in Casey, Aug. 31 promises to Cincinnati house, Mitt Mattie Paxton will assist prnttdeil a suffcouplu of weeks nt tho St. Asiph Hotel. be an occasion of good cheer and much committed suicide after having enjoyed 48 icient number of pupils can be enrolled. is malatia fever. oratory. Tho following speakers have a 17 mile ride with her sweetheart. His trouble And not an exception? If you do, then go to Misa Orfy Raridon, of Spencerville, Mn. and Mrs. Hume I Mason, of Chi been invited: Gen. E. H. Hobson, Gen. I cago, were with friends hero Wednesday Frank Wolford, Col. Silas Adams, Maj. Ind., drank corbolic acid and died beon their way to visit tho family of Col. L. A. Gratz, Rev. Joneph Ballou, Col. cause her beau took another girl to a Sealed proposals will be received by the under- 8 8 signed at Suntord, Ky., for an Iron III1UKC IU picnic. solWm. O. Bradley. All Isaac Shelby, Sr nt Traveler's Itest. built over Login's Circle, near Stanford, Ky., unJohn Hunt, of Providence, It. I., til Sept. 4, 1S94. llrldge to cover space 8o4 fret Col, T. P. Hill and wife, Mr. J. B. diers and their families lire invited to Del ween oric tcet wide. who died a few days ago nt tho ngo of 70, completedabutments 1, to1804. Apply to letter 10 ie nnd wife and Mrs. A. 0. Robin- attend. Paxton on in by Nov. j7s.I10SI.KY. 'JO years, person to morning wife for W. B. McKlNNEY. W. II. HlGGINS. son nnd wife leave The eflicHcy of prayer was demonstrat- had not spoken to his j S.OWSLKY.SR., JOHN IlRIGHr. in private conveynnceB for HuBsollSpriiigs ed to a couple of young ladies here Tues- nnd did not even repent on his death Besides our Kegular Line of- J. H.McALISTER, is pretty good place for to spend a week or bo. Committee. day. They had gone to the knobs for a bed. Hades a 47td n such a man na he. ' Piior. F. J. Dukfy has arrived to cook and on their return got lost in the When George Kohlick, of Hazelton, opening tho ncademy, Sept. 3d. hills and drove around almost hopelessfor A His prospects for a full school aro good ly, till one suggested that thoy pray for Pa., went homo drunk nnd began to Mattie and abuse his wife sho didn't sit down and ho has arranged with Miss As agent for the widow and heirs of I. P. Land, deliverance. A short but fervid prayer cry nnd take it; on tho contrary she dee'd, I Mill offer lor sale the splendid farm ct Paxton to aesist him, provided bis ascended to the throno of grace, and about went for a butcher knife and seeming it &c, we will keep a fine assortment of Staple and Fancy realized. almost before they ended their petition, LAND, who took Col. a man appeared and piloted them to the charged upon tho old man and plunged 326 ACRES Hon. W. II. Miller, Ky., Near Hustonville, in 0. M. Clay.JJr., to Casey, reports that ho big road. Verily the prayers of tho it three times in his vitals, Bending him which J. P. Land died Lincoln country, sold priof posseuej. It not to kingdom come. vately before that time the farm will be sold at made a fine impression there and added righteous availeth much. Abner Young, Jr., and Miss Lucy public auction to the highest bidder on many friends to his list. He did not inApropos to Col. Cash Clay'B discovery Anno Young, both of Highland, were SATURDAY, SEPT. 22, 1894, Such as Sugars, Coffees, Molasses, Flour, Meal, Lard, Bacon, Beef, request he tend to speak, but by Bpecial Can Goods, Pickles, Spices, Candies, Cakes, Oranges, Lemons, yesterday did so to tho delight of all who heard of an extended relationship among the married at the the court-houAt ii o'clock, sharp. The farm fronts on the DanBananas in fact, voters of this county, Gen. Hardin made by Judge Varnon. They were accom- ville and Hustcnvillfl Turnpike road, about one him. Emma Owsley left a pretty good hit. Ho called on Post- panied by the following friends and rel- hali mile South of Moreland station on the CinMattie and cinnati Southern R. H. It is one of the best stock yesterday for Nashville to see their sis- master John W. Itout and proceeded to atives who stood up with them during larms In Lincoln county '1 he soil Is of a good laud, finely set in grass and quality of ter, Mrs. W. It. Manier, whoso health claim kin with him after the order of his tho ceremony: Miss Sallie Belle Young, watered by springs and every foot of make her usual opponent. Mr. Itout had not heard of Hugo Greonebergh; Miss Allio Young, the land Is susceptible ol easy and profitable cul has not permitted her to tivation, l he improvement consist 01 summer vIbU to hor old home. Master the relationship, but tho general con Andy Gelsler; Miss Cerena Young, eatables. , Butter, Eggs, &c, To make your table full of W. It. Jr., and Owsley Manier, who have vinced him that it was true, as follows1 William Young and J. 0. Terry. Af- A Commodious Frame Dwelling. , taken in exchange for goods. To reduce our stock, special prices lor "I married Joe Sallee'a sister, Joe Salleo, ter the ceremony thoy took in the sights been Btaying at their grand-pasoutbuildings. A wide avOwens' sister and Jim Ow- of the town, including a visit to the A large burn and other residence to the turnpike aunts. married Jim will be offered for the next 30 days. Come and see us. enue extends trom tbe BOine time, returned with their road Hustonville, a place noted lor its schools contains a ens married your Bister. I should Bay jail. Tim St. Louis is a little than mile distant. and Tho elopement and marringo of MiBS The churches, be divided more three atracts of con. Into laim can cut of our former countymnn, Mr. J. W. that makes ud pretty close kin." Marie Warren, the beautiful daughter of venient site and shape. Is givcash when nmnVfl vhn is now Btarter nt tho East There are two prisoners in jail from Mr. Wm. Warren, of Danville, created enTkkms. made, the remainder possession and ti in six and deed Louis Itaco Course. Tho likeness is Laurel county, Vivian and Lawrence, great surprise here.where theyounglady months, with Interest fiotn date and lien retained. St. At the same time and place I will sell about loo very poor but the complimentary men- brothers-in-law- , charged with breaking la well known and where she has admir- of Knob Land, about two miles Southeast of Turn goes far toward mak-in- g adjoining the lands of Bud Martin, Al tion which follows into and robbing L. & X. cars, with an ers by the score, aonie of whom experi ersville, bert Cotley ana otners. up for that. Tho position pays $100 apparently dead open and shut case ence the truth of those classic lines, For further information apply to John T. Land on the premises or myself at Hustonville, Ky. i per day and is a very responsible one. EDWARD ALCORN. againBt them. Vivian's wife was here 'Tis aweet to love, hut oh how bitter Agent for J. P. Land's Heirs. 47 to see him thia week and sho presented a To love a girl and then not git her. CITY AND Vir.lNITY. pitiful spectacle clothed in raga and carn Tho fortunate young gentleman is Parlor Lamps in great variety. Handsomest line ever brought to I want what you owe mo to July 1st. rying twin babies on each arm, while two W, M. Beck-ne- r, Beckner, son of Judge Stanford. We also lead in W. B. Mcltoberta. more little children toddled along after of Winchester, and is a promising i i I will sell at public auction on Col. Bibb refused to let her go in young man. The wedding occurred in Ick cream freezers, water coolers and her. with her husband and tho two New Albany and tho couple will live in & McKin- - the cell 18, J94 refriReratorB nt cost. Higgina men began to curse and abuse him at a Frankfort, where Mr. Beckner haa a nev- At i P. M. my entire lot of Household and Kitch. fearful rate till he threatened to buck good situation. We send warmest con- en furniture consisting of sets of Furniture, Elea Am prepared to lit spectacles scientifi- and gag them. The woman realizes that gratulations to tho bonnie brido and ant Folding lied. Parlor Furniture, Including , nice chairs, taandsoine horn chair, cally and guaranteo to suit you or no her husband is sure for a term at Frank- trust she will be supromely happy in her bles, Ac. Will alio selland otherand bed clothes. bedding as well as everything In my kitchen. Two good pay. Danks. fort, so she decided to go to her folks in new relations. Call and See a Beautiful Line. cook stoves, plates, dishes, Ac. TERMS Sums under fio, cash, over that best stock and will sell Missouri and succeeded by begging to rePenny haa the of 30 days. Negotiable not amount A cyclone in Spain killed over 100 quired. credit raise a sufficient amount of money to take WILLIAM MUKILA1NU, watches and jewelry lower than you can Stanford, Ky persons and wounded many others. her thither. buy elsewhere. Abb you WAtching the right top 17, 1891 or of thta page ? corn- - Interior Journal Lot of nice boney on hand. Farris Hardin. & Kiw 1894 tax books open. Call and settle at once. J. N. Menefee, sheriff. Tits handsomest line of lamps CHURCH AFFAIRS. 3 belt-buckle- s Lic-ci- hief Only a IIi-lc- fm M. to-da- y m m ONE - HALF all-wo- : VALUE. Our Large Fall Stock ar six-draw- six-lio- lo We Are Headquarters, HUGHES & TATE. 1 0. s. m m m m m Do You e, Want to Trade Where, the Price Is the Same to All ? m Chat-Linoog- a, Chat-fiel- Stanford Male Academy Til-li- LOW PRICES ARE A RULE BIlIiVEllEAKCIE Bridge Building" UG & BONo. pre-pir- Fine Farm For Sale OF 1 HARDWARE ! in se Mif-sE- blue-gra- never-failin- g EVER T HING first-class Post-Dispat- ch One-thir- HlGGINS & McKlNNEY. LAMPS, LAMPS, LAMPS. Lu-cie- Saturday, August Queensware, Glassware, &c. FARRIS & HARDIN. r-- .i t - 'W- - T?lA.Tf--ui Semi-Week- ly Interior Journh AT SIDE TALKS WITH GIRLS. BRODHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. A"hen Baby was nick, we gars) her Cator1. When ah a Child, hu cried for Ca&torla, When sho became Ml, aha clung to When she had Children, sho gMethetn Cantoria, W. I,. DAVSON Is aCamlidate (or Magistrate in the Stanfotd pre cfncL Subject to tho action of the democracy. aiiLiXjinsrEiis'ri Two doors above Post-OIBc- e. Aunt roily Give, Ailvlrc to n Girl Abont t Highest of all in leavening If Aunt Polly's girl will learn dressstrength. Latest United States making thoroughly; if bho will not only learn to cut nnd fit and sew, but will Government Food Report. der. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 Wall Street, New York. to Aunt Winnio Ma- Polly to say plio is 13 years old nml expects to prndnato from tho grnuunnr AWWhen not so paid 32.50 will be charged."! Echool this year. As sho does not intend to go to tho high school, sho wishes Aunt Polly to tell her what would bo best for a girl of her ago to da Tho IFSIDj-Sr- . question isn't an easy ono to answer, When necessary. much depends on tho girl and her tastes and opportunities. There is ono thing sho can do, though she can mako K. C, LOCAL TIME CARD. up her mind to bo a first class and not Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning nn nverngo worker, lo do thoroughly whatever eho undertakes. LOCAL TIME CARD. Winnie- May writes t plnin, clear Mail train going North.. ....137 pm hand, tho (.polling is perfect, and tho ... South njpn n S Pm punctuation marks nil in their proper Express train " South .. North...,. 3M ..936 am places. Theso characteristics of her let Local Freight North ............ South-- .. .........1 07 p m ter, which nro by no means ns common The. latter tralnt alio carry passengers. Th abova ii calculated on standard time. Solar ns they might bo, havo suggested typetms it about 10 minutei falter. writing and stenography. To obtain the best results Winnie May would better QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. go to n ousiness scnooi nnd tako up . .. Going North trains piss Junction City a fotneso studies, together with bookkeeping Vestibule starts 6 a. m. Vesllows: nnd Spanish and German. Tho stcnog- p. m. Local 1:10 p. ro. Florida tibule Limited mr ivkiiiii iiiis--e a.a . it rnTiiinis'i Limited 3:. a. m South N O. Vestibule u iS p. m. Florida ncss is gcucrnl information. Sho will, Limited 12:15a m Local 11:3s p. ro. Vestibule arrives 8:40 p. m. need to rend ono good newspaper every day, foroign correspondence, editorials nnd all, and it would bo n good idea nlso to get n good monthly review of tho world's CYonte. General information is n friend worth cultivating not The Big Four Route to Chicago and St. only by tho stenographer, but by every Louis. business girl whownnts to bo n success. The DIG FOUR route has the best terminal la. Chicago on All Winnie May's clear, steady writing ctlities at Chicago. trackstrains enter miles of the alonjf six the Illinois Central has nlo suggested drawing. Perhaps it Lalce Front, through the most pictureuiue portion magnifiwould pay her to tako a courso at a oi the city, and lands passengers In the Street and cent New Central Station on Twelfth technical school nnd learn to make Lake Front. This station la convenient to the Hofor wall papers nnd carpets and Auditorium, Richelieu, Victoria and Leland Wablocks of the Stato and r laces. Tho largo factories where theso tels i.nd within two and the South Side bash Street Cable Lines Railway. Convenient stops are alo made m things nro mado employ a corps of such Street and L. 0 V K at Hyde Park, v designers, nmuy of them women. Street Stations. Absolutely Masnificent Vestlbuled Trains, Parlor Cart. But if technical nnd business courses Private Compartment nro beyond tho capacity of Winnie s Wairner Slecnlnc Cars.Supirb Dining Cars. lluf. No ftt Sleeping Can and purso thero is nothing that will givo transfer across Cincinnati to make connections. IMG FUl'R Your A cream of tarter baking pow- more satisfaction than tho sowing trades. Route toticket should read via the Solid I rains be enjoy these privileges. Published Every TueBday and Friday Lrn Solum!. lins written 6 OR 8 PAGES. EVERY '.&H. 11 ' 11 ... ...... Blue-Gra- ss Blue-Gra- ss Mrs. Darin, of Cincinnati, is spending this week with Mrs. Dr. Percy Benton, her daughter. Bros. Collyer nnd Powell will begin a seiies of meetings at tho Christian church next Saturday nigh . Bro. I. X. Nowlnnd, who hna been visiting at ditlerent points for tho Inst few weeks, returned homo last Tuesday. Mrs. Mnttie Carter nnd J. F. Wnteon are moving oh" nicely with our public school, with about 110 children to begin with. Tho B. H. M. Co. is working quite n lot of men this week repairing their mill nnd when finished will bo ono of the beat roller mills in the country. . Mrs. J. G. Frith has gone to Crab Orchard to visit relatives Mr. Peramler Ilintt was in town tho other day and it would have taken one of his nearest neighbors to have recognized him. Mies Mollio Savers is visiting nt the Albright House: Miss Dessio Albright was received into tho church by conies- 8i0n on Saturday by Bro. Pike and was baplizea on Suuday. M r. G. E. Painter and sister, who whs summoned to Carthage, to attend the bedside of their sister, who was thought to be at the point ot death, havo not returned yet, but report their sister no better. ni Always on hand DAVID II. C. PEVTON, Is a candidate (or Constable in the Hustonsllle Ministerial District, subject lo the action et the democratic party. .Tho Nobicst and Nicest Goods? Sowing This notice forewarns hunter, fishermen and others not to trespass nn our hinds without permission, as all Huh will be prosecuted to the (ul Ate lh4let because hey run tighter and can do est extcntof the law, Signed: Is candidate lor Justice ol the Peace In the IIus- - a greater sarietv of work than any other sewing MRS. AMANDA. ALCORN. toiivllle precinct, subject I') the action ol the maciunc. s 11c W. M. HKWF.S. democratic parly. POSTED. J. A. SHANNON, Is a candidate (or Constable III the Precinct. Election November neat Can be had in the market. Prices lower than the lowest Mourning goods a specialty. Call and examine before buying MAIIV DAVIS DUDDERAR. Stanford, Ky Mrs. Kate Dudderar, Manager. COMMERCIAL 1II.OCK lluitonvlllc ThsDavis Vertical Feed Michino. G. D. SMIXKY BUGGY" TOPS. All kinds nf Carriage and Buggy Tops, Dashes and Fenders 1 I.. K.ADA MS, ocratic party. Ladies of Lincoln County H-t- totnillt precinct; subject lo the action of the la a candidate for Justice of the Peace in the Hus dem- Are cordially invited to call at the Si 'Asaph Hotel ami examine the machine, as well as sain plesofits ork. McMURRAV IIROS.. l Stanlord, Ky REPAIRED AND RECOVERED In First-clas- s io-5- m 1'rlces, stjle and at JOHN II DcNARDI, The present Constable, Is a candidate for Carriage l'ainlcr and Trimmer, in the Stanford pieciiict, iiibject lo the action Stauforvl Ky. Sstl-facto- T. J. BENEDICT, DR. W. 13. PENNY DcullHt. Office South fide Main St., in office recently vacated by Dr. Lee K. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. RUSSEXL & BROWN, Pioprictois ........ ol the democratic party. He asks )eur support. Election in Nosember. VEITDOME HOTEL, Main and Danville Sts., Hustoville, Ky We have recently repainted and refurnished the House throughout aud arc prepared to accomstyle Our Rates modate the pvblic in fiist-clare very reasonable and a good table at all times. Special attentiou to traveling meu, Elegant sara. s pie room attached. Alro a italoon connection with the Hotel. Call and see us. 15 firtt-clai- Higgins & Watts, ..Dealers n. R. Zimmer, -- All Kinds Stanford, .. .. YOU AR1 of Coal. .- Kv. - X). At the S. CARFEXTTER, well-know- DEALER : IN- - Hspootfvilly InvitdL I am Jul t back from the cities with a large and well selected stock of MILLINF.RY, which I will sell cheaper than ever Miss Laura Jarloe, a sume and I can guarrnlee satisfaction In every particular. Call aad are my ifoo.il . old stand ol J. II. Green, in Hustonvlllo, - - Kentucky. Fancy Groceries, perior liimmer Irom Cincinnati, haseogaged with do-6ig- Has just received a beautiful line of mr Mtvisr W Kle-vat- ed Surreys, Phaetons, jBuggics, &c. Call and see his stock and of harness, a whip or a duster. Binder Twine for sale. Foreign and Do mestic Fruits, Candies, Nuts. MISSLICCIE I1EAZLF.V, Stanford, Ky, Thirty-nint- h Twenty-secon- d are lower than anybodys. ret his prices which It you want a nice set Pure Of & i IKH'-tOsSf- GhSQ) 1 n t THE RILEY . HOUSE P. B. BILEY.JProprletor, London, - - -- Kentucky. I hare mored to my new Hotel and am betttr ever to Srepared thanattached accommodate the public, and every convenience df ired. Give me a call. 77 sow .- tween Cincinnati and St. Louis, with Palace Sleeping Cars between St. Louis and Waihtcgton, 1). C , via the DIG FOUR Route. The elegant service effered by the BIG FOl'R between Cincinnati snd at. Louis Is excelled by study up tho history of costumo so sho ro other line. Night trains are composed ot new will lw nblo to predict tho coming fash cars throughout, coaches of the latest Improved Sleeping service (or ion, for even in dress history repeats pattern ana Wagner trains naveCars in ana 1'raw rst time. Pay rarior SllO Will gO to tho nrt galleries injj Room Cars and exnuisito Pining Cars and ItSOll; It fct. lllld HOtO tho nrtNts' Color schemes and , through Palace Buffet bleeptDg Cars between In- Cincinnati, ., , Louis and Washington D. i. inu luuia ui inu ur.ijM'xn.'s uu wiu hcuip diativpohs and Chesapeake .V Ohio Ky., 111 conV ' The Dining the famcus "F tured masterpieces, sho will probably nection with extends through F from hi Louis to mnko more nt dressmaking than nt any Car Service ror lull infotmation regarding rates. Washington or auurrss I'. thing olso. Even if sho only learns to ' etc .apply tpnearist ticket ecent,Agt., or K. O. l1,"lVGr.nJ thoroughly Jersey -:- - Dairy. Tobacco, Cigars. ? A. G. HUFFMAN, Pror. Having bought out G A Peyton, I am prepared to furnish my customers with the betctMl!k fiom the purest bree j of Milk drlisered At the prices already established in Stanlord and Rowland twice per day. of 30 days. All accounts due at the end I will Headquarters lor almost anything you want. When you wantJaTirst-class'mca- l .,,.,..., -., &8mh .For A iz ;y.x M&'&1 :, .Kr, -- I '- ,ia Jersey Cows, for 25c, call on him. rjjH0&I ami is willing to so out .'i" "r.e " . also stand my thoroughbted Jersey Hull, FRANK RILXY. r i SBSSaM&k&0 Zl. EC Bronaula, Breeder and shipper of ! Thoroughbred Duroc Red Jersey Hogs. "Pigs from registered stock for sale, from the best herds in Ohio and Illinois. Call and examine my herd or address R. II. Bronaugh, Crab Orchard. . ..IF VOU ARK GOING WORTHTHE WEST, t- Louisvilic 4 Naihvilic R. R. Is the line for you, as its (Subject to Registry) Will tel Thosk Who akk Posted A Oook it Fnrmor'B Bnrbor Shop. good meals. Sewing stago canvas is said jou that the finest and heallhieBt At TWO DOLLARS AND A. HALK the season. t. HUFFMAN to pay well, nnd few women nro expert summer resorls in the northwest are at it. Tito field is limited in this caso !ocated nlonK h Wisconsin Central GENERAL EEPAII. SHOP. Rk.8. ""O0". w 'f.f to tho larger cities, of course. Shroud-Vi'"L making is another sowing trade which PJW GHEEN, Proprietor. CftAB ORCHAHD B1.;iui bawj, wn mm itiw Ashland nnd Duluth. Tourists and Chairs and all kinds ot Mattrwes, Rocking : : : Kentucky. no dull seasons. Thero are many other pleasure seekers figuring on their next things no donbt which Aunt Polly hasn't Bummer's vacation should beitr this in Furniture Repaired, mentioned. There is just ono thing more ' mind and before selecting a routo dop a And Varnished Prices to suit the times. Call I am still running this Hotel aad will continue to glte my jurat the rxdutst atten. sho wants to say, however that is, if line to .las C. Pond, General Pueaenger and see me at II. C. Ruplej's old stand opposite tionas well as thobesrthe mtiktf ailurds. Lines, atrauu s tin :yiop. sho lind her way, littlo girls of 13 or 14 Agent of the Wisconsin Central JOHNT. I1LANKF.NSHIP, Rliniilil nnt tr in kolinn'l fliio rrar n,i hi Milwaukee. Wis., and bo will send Main Street, Stanford, Ky. pecial Attention to tho Travelyu mnPB. tln10 ,,nb1?8 .and ?,,,e books 35 " they should not go to work in offices or ing Public. containing valuublo information, which nhons oitlinr. Tl.irfnon i n nritinni ti.n A. S. are """ed free upon application. wnn you want a turnout come to ray for most little women, nnd unless their Oral) Orcnrd., IXj". SURGEON DENTIST. mothers nro very wiso they nro likely to ..1 lqw an old soldier who had chronic dlar Daniel To ince Its discovery develop moro "nerves" than tllOV Will rhoea of loni; standing to have been permanently Office over McRobtrts Drug Store in the nsi BooneIhe Public century or more ago, by lucalitv the nsarlr a bo rid of nt 30. Aunt Polly's girl should cun-- by taking Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Owsley Iluildlng. ot Crab Orchard Springs has Wn the Mecca of Prices to suit the hard times. Call or lease order says r.owaru anumpiK, Uiarrnoea Kemeay Stanford. health and pleasure seekers. With Its healing at the Mjers House Grace "I study nt homo with mother this year. proainent druggist ol Minneapolis, Minu years surwaters, oinolc almoaphere and have sold ihe remedy in this city tor seren Sho should learn baking nnd cooking and consider it superior to any other medicine now roundings, il at one. affords to Ihe enervated and deLiliUlcd a Hope and a ?anitanum. " j and 50c nnd sweeping nnd dusting, and tho after- on the market for bowel complaints Co The vicinity abounds with scenes lo charm the bottles of this remedy noons should bo given up to long walks er, Druggist, Stanford, for sale br Pr. S. G. Hock- Painter and inspire inc Poet , Sylvan walks for the Kv. lAiver, eaoowerea 1'rivr. lor inc weary iioiing, and books nnd receiving guests. OF STANFORD, KV., Billiard and Dancing Halls for the llgVt hearted, ready My boy was taken with a disease reiombling Tho business of lifo for most women Is now fully organircd and ready lor business wita from the Stanford Factory to customers regularly and Hunting for the sportsmen, Kspecial attenas of is tho making of homes, nnd very im- bloody llux. The first thing I thought Diarrhoea every morning at the rate of FIFTY CliNIS tion is given to the cuisine. Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera anc, Terms moderate From $$ to I15 per week For PER POUND LOIS and over, aad portant business it is too. For this rea- Remedy. Two doses of it settled the matter and at 75c HUNDREDIota, Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. further information, apply to in smaller cured him sound and well. I heartily recommend GUa llOFMANN. Pror son Aunt Polly believes every little girl this remedy to all persons suffering Irom a like to 13 E. BHEMEIl, Stanford. Surplus, . 2l 000. Crab Orchard, Ky should bo taught the trades which un- complaint. I will answer any Inclines regarding it when stamp is enclosed. Irelerto any c unty SUCCrSSOK to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL derlie tho home. This should bo the orticialas tomy leliability. ym. Roach, J P. MYERS HOUSE TH0MAH YEAQER, BANK OK STANFORD, JAMES YKAGER. foundation, and tho knowledge of theso Pnmroy. Campbell county, lenn. For ale by Now closing up) with the aa.nc assets and under Dr. S. G. Hocker, Druggist. Stanford, Ky. homo trades wil not bo in tho way of ine same management. . By provisions of its chatter, depositors are as nny wage earning avocation sho may Kenneth Paiemore had the good fortune 10 refully protected as aie depositors in National a learn afterward. ceive a small bottle ol Cnamberlam's Colic, Aunt Polly. STABU, Hanks, its shareholders being held individually FSB AND 1 . Siiillrc of St. Lambert, R ZIMMER. Stanford, Ky. Refreshing Bath, Hot or Cold, itrllih Hair Turn or Clean Rhax, go to aiuua jih J" ". JSiSilSflS Tho Myers House. n fflrftlJ PRICE, izimwiwiLi SEASOI OF 1894 home-lik- e mss3ssaSt Stanford, 1 nrsi-cla- LIVERY STABLE. ICE, ICE. P. W. CREEN, Prop. Lot Farmers Bank&Trast LITTER V STABIal Carriages, YEAGER & VEAGER, Choi-er- Dally Trains Double close connections Make at ft LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information enquire of IOES. nil- - E. Agent, Stanford, Ky Or W. A. McQUOWN, Trav. Pass. Agent, Junction City, Ky f John B.. Cattleman. A. G. Lanham ROYAL Insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&OASTLEMAK MANAGERS, Comcnlrnt Itutton llii. Every avoiiiuii luiowri tho conroiiicncfl of a button bag. Thero is no need to urge tho ndvimtngo of having ono always at hand. But this charming ono designed esjecinljy for keeping glovo buttons and others of smaller size can pafoly bo recommended as thoroughly woll worth tho troublo of making. Tho material is chamois skin. Tho ordinary natural color will answer quito well and will keep tho buttons intact, but if you want to mako an attractive object as well as a useful ono select tho rich red or tho moro unusual &ago green. A lit-tl- o and Diarrhoea Remedy when three memT'ls bers of his familv were sick with dysentery Special Hates to Commercial Men. one small bottle cured them all and he bad some This stable, which is run n connection with the Geo. W, llaker. a prominent n left which heirateto Myers House, has.been supplied with STANFORD, h.Y. merchant of the place, Lewiston. N C , and it cured him of the same complaint. When tr ubled A New of Horses, cholerp morbus II you need livery give us a call Nothing but with dysentery, diarrhoea, colic or turnouts will Icate our stable, bee us Buggies, Wagons, give this remedy a trial and you will be more thany for rates. In our pleased wiih the result. The prai,e that natuial-lfollows us introduction anu use has made it nDv --Jruuiraer's Supplies and Is better than cvei HARNESS SHOP ana 50 cent uauim iur ic uj ui. prepatei , nupply the public with 'V!popuiar. B. G Hocker, Druggist, JsUntord, Ky. s, You will find a good assortment of Harness, FIRST-CLAS- S RIGS OFALL KINDS. baddlen, At. Itaieyour repairing done being perfected by the Personal and promptattention given to Weddings our man he understands his business, We haveby PlaiiH are a mechanic in our owners of llarrinian, Tenn., nnd the stir Patties and Burials. P. HV. GREEN, BLACKSMITH SHOP. roundiDg country, whereby that boom Proprietor ALBURNS, Manager. town will be iriven a new lease of lift1. Will guarantee first'class work' and aatisfactory I iv oir horse shcu-r- . prices Agents for Deering Machines, the lightest draft machine on earth. first-class e- Ml IUB jj Ilri-dle- lianle to the eaieot of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thcreol, in addition to the amount Invested in such shares. It may act as eaecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an individual To those who entrusted their bulsiness to us while mnagius; ihe Lincoln National Bank ol Stanford, we we here lender our many lhanka and trust they will continue to transact their busmbss with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt atten tion to same, our twenty yeats eipcnencc is banking and as liberal accommodations as are with sound banking. coa-siste- nt DINIITOMS: J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; S. H. Shanks, Manfonl ; J. S Owsley, Stanlord; S J. Eiubry, Stanford; J B, Owsley, Sunferd; J F. Cash, Stanford; William Good., Stanlord; A. W. Carpenter, Mlllcdgevills, Ky. W, II. Cummins, Preachcrsville. S. H. Shanks, President Dr. J.'II. Owsley, Cashier, W.M Bright, Teller. Order of Election. LINCOLN tOl'NTY COURT. Regular Terra, held July 9 Ky. Midland R'y, Shortest and quickest between Only Direct Line between Hon. W. E. Varnon, Judge. A petition having been filed before tho Judge of the Lincoln County Court on the loth oay ot June, 1801, signed by a number of the legal voters cf the town ol Crab Orchard, asking that an order be made calling an election to be held in said towu ou tee 1894. Cincinnati and Frankfort Frankfort, Georgotown and Paris, Carlisle, MaysvlUo, Oynthiaua, Falmouth and Covington. Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. run by Central Standard Time. Trains No. 7. p. m. 1 1 NORFOLK AND 22d Day I of August, 1894, lS, WESTERN FIRST NATIONAL RAILROAD. .SOLD TO BANK OF STANFORD, KY. Oommerce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. W. A. TEIBBLE, Local Agent, STANFORD, KY. sflSiW Portland. San Francisco A World's -- Fair Record. YIA- IUlailal.lll4 tD) tOUISVIltl MlwAlAIIT CHICAtoTUt ((fl ?ULLMANSAND FABLOE CABS. ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE RUNNING - DINING - CARS. WRI1E TO E.'.H BACON, D. P. A.. F. J. HEED.G PA Lojiiviile, Ky. Chicago, 111. St. Paul. Denver, Cut two slips cacli Ot by 0 iuchos. Then across tho edgo of each paint a narrow band of gold bronzo nnd a little above it another of green or red, according to tho color of tho skin. When tho bauds nre dry, paint tho disks in bronzo of different but harmonizing tints and tho letters in gold. icuuj...i.i. Seam tho two pieces together at tho Hides and stitch them ncross ltf inches above tho looo edge. Then cross tho stitching with a row of ornamental etitches in silk. Faco tho opening with thin silk for a distanco of fully two inches, run iu a casing and through it elPr,ecPn,c,t0NWo!,; -- W. K. Buchanan, L. A. Pettus, pass narrow ribbons of some appropri-at- Judges E. K. Farris, sheriff. W. A. Carson, elk. Prec!nctNo.a.-I.- P. Gllkerson. I H. Stephshade. W. B. Hans- Lastly, with good sharp scissors Blash ens, judges, John McClure, sberifi, GEO B. COOPER. Cler tho banded ends of tho skin exactly to fA 'copy attest: By J. H. Burton, D, C. tho stitched line in strips of about of nn inch in width. Tho bag In compliance with the requirements of the law will provo very pretty and charming the foregbin,; order cf elccton hy the County Judge ot Lincoln County Is published for the !neree. o and tho easily mado iriugo a most J. N of all concerned. .Sheriff Lincoln CO. July 16, iSn. finish. o one-eight- To take the sense of the legal voters of said town, ho are qualified to vote at an election for county otlicers upon the proposition whether or not spirituous, vinous cr malt liquors shall be sold, bartered or loaned therein, said petition coming ou for it being the heariniron the 9th day of July, fini Avr,rthr riru!ir lufv term. i8o. and it an signing pearing that the legal voters ot said town cent, of said petition represents more than 13 per said town at the lait general electhe votes cast in tion, and all of the requirements of law having been complied with: It is ordered that an election be held on on the aud day of August. 18H4, between the hours ot 7 A. M. and 4 P. M., for the pusposeol taking the sense of the legal voters ol said town who are qualified 10 vote at elections lor county ofheers, upon the proposition whether or not spirituous, vinous or malt liquors shall be sold, bartered or loaned tbeieln, the result of said election to be certified to and returned as required bylaw in election tsjr county officer. The following order is made In conformity to an opinion and mandate of Ihe Lincoln Circuit Court -- . in me case 01 n. u Court, Varnon. Judge oi the Lincoln County Lincoln Judge of the when it was held with the County Court a, a ministerial officer is required to order such elections upon tho presentation or a petition and payment of money to meet the or as in this case which opinion the upge him the Lincoln Connty Court, considers control until leversed by a higher tribunal. are appointed to hoia The following officers TtnieTabloJnne A 7 -- 34, 1894, TRAINS EAST. Leave Frankfort ' No. 1. a. m. No. 3. p. 111. 4 10 4 16 Capital Stock Surplus-.-- " Summit Klbnorn j 06 711 00 00 10 --7 14 Duval! .7 40 Johnson H ...7 46 Georgetown. C. S. Depot 7 35, ..8 oS ' Newton 816 " Ceutreville 8 ao " Eliiabetb C ....8 30 Arrive Paris Switier Stamping Ground-- ? a3 718 431 438 4 44 4 4S 50 13 S 1.15 a 00 o 3 ao 3 00 140 TICKETS - 5200,000 21,300 ALL POINTS: OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, " " " 457 5 03 135 j 5 s" 5 3 ao 3 3? 3 43 4 00 35 WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, - TEXAS, --v XE WE&T, H0aTB-W3T, TRAINS WEST. Lve Paris ....C Arr Elizabeth -- 10 14 Arr Centrevllle Arr Newtown ioaa -- oj' ArrC.S. Depot Goortjctown B 1037 Arr ...,il 47 Arr Johnson ArrDuvall 051 Stamp'g Ground 11 00 Arr mo Arr Swiuet 1 117 Arr Elkhorn No. a. No. 4. No. 8 No. ta a. in. p. in. a. m 4 49 603 1000 445 61; io 10 j 21 6 19 S0DTH-WE- S1 64s 7 617 641 540 600 7 47 FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. THE BEST ROUtTtO THE 6(7 oj 651 800 810 830 J S Attention or Ihe public is invited to the fac that this is the only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Hank Act depositors are secured not only by the caplUI slock, but bv the stockholders liability lor an amount equal to the slock, so that depositors of this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. Five sworn statements of the condition of are made each yearto the United States the bank government and its assets are examined at atated limes by government agents, thus securing addititona and perfect safely 10 depositors. inis institution, originally established as tha ueposittlankof Stanford in isjS, then as the National Bank of Stanford in if,, nH again aa the Kirst National Bank of btanlord in 1M1, has had practically an uninter- miMca ezisience-o- i 11 years. It is better supplied now with facilities for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solic- - 11 J 736 ArrHummit 913 1130 733 935 Arr Frankfort...A A connects with L. 4 N. B connects with Q, A C. and L. S. C connects with K. C. 7 3 7 o 9 NORTH AND EAST. 'ULIMAH VESTIBULED COACHES, CAR! 8LEEPINQ AND DINING SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE The Directory of this Bank is composed of Horestua Reid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; J. W.Iiayden, Stanford; SUNDAY TRAINS. Leave Franklort 9001.ro; Georgetown 10 00 a. m. Lve Georgetown 10 37; arrive Franklort 11 30 p. m. The Kentucky Midland Railway and connections form the shortest and cheapest route to all points South, Bast, North and est. For further information apply to their agents. C. D. BERCAW, Gen. Pass. Agent. GEO. B. HARPER, Gen. Supi NORFOLKWESTERN RAILROAl CHEAPEST, BEST AND QUICKEST LINE. h suit-ubl- s, Writo for Rates, Mars, Dcscrlpth 'amplilet.1, to nny Station Agent, or to ALLCN HULL, W. . BtVILL. M. r. BHAOC. Ag Wl raMtairrait. III,. I'aMtitirtr aeU TrsuHaf 1 1) LI XII I IS, U. BUAX0KK,VA. Hot.MIKE. TA. Timo-Tablc- !'. S.H. flaughman.JLincoln; J.S . Hocker, Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; M. D, Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford. K. L. Tanner, McKinney ; M.J.Miller, Mt. Vernon. J S. Hocker, President; John J. MeRobertsCashlei; A, A. McKinney, Assistant Cashier Ui'T.-- r ii- - Us: ?' .