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I know It is a sin, and God HUSTOHVILLE. r V Several from this plnce are camping on the banks of "bonny" Green fishing. only knoH bow I bnvostruggled against J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. tbo United States. Tho "Anlmulo Fair" has como and Oh! lluv. E. M. Green preached bore MARRIAGE RING. it. "Why my God help me!" against it?" gone. Tho equine display was tho markstruggle, darling, Sep. 4, 1894. Sunday anil Hev. 8. M. tagau tilled bis said be. approaching her with out- ed feature. n Full corps of Conservator pulpit In Danville. Mr. Welcher, who was shot by nnd Normal School teachers, superior couces in Literature, Music last v:.'i stretched arms, "I am rendy to go now. Kev. S. M. Smothers, an evangelist is very much worse and uot expect- An. Excellent hoarding department Catalogues and clr"ultr furnlnid on application. I am ready to go with you to tho end (WKITTKK rOH TMK INTKXIOR JOl HUM l, who baa been holding forth at tbo of tho earth. Wo will go, my darling, ed to live. (Continued Iroin last Tuesday ) Ind., camp meeting, is missing with Died on tbo 17th of typhoid fever, got out his writing material nnd far away where the world cannot find us Ho the collections. Kugene, son of Thomas Carter, aged 1M. " placed them on tho table near tbo acon- nnd there live only for eacli other The trail of the serpent is over them "Oh' please stop! Do not touch me! Ho leaves a wife nnd one child. His reNo ite. Now ho grow very rautioiiB. nil. Even Nanreth, where Jemis spent You misunderstand me,"eaid sho draw- mains wore interred in tbo Hustonville xo, 1894. most of his life, in fact Ho wbb called hitch in tho tragedy mtiHt occur. Ho ing heraulf buck. "You iiuiBt go alone. cemetery Jesus of Nazareth, hiiB 30 whisky a- - stealthily approached tbo door, closed Wo must never see Mrs. Priscilla Dryo received n teleThirty Professors and Instructors; Nine Courses of Study, as foleach other again. tho transom, to shut out tho gaze of loOHH. gram Saturday morning saying her son, lows: Agricultural, Scientific, Biological, Chemical, Civil Engineerprying eyes, then ho went to tho win No, never in this world. God has given Elder It. Graham Frank was here mo tho wisdom to see tho right way, has Bailey Drye, wns very ill at Fort Worth, ing, Mechanical Engineering, Veterinary. Classical, Normal School. yesterday returning from an appoint- dow. Tho breath ol mountain laurels given mo tho strength to resist this Texas. He is completely paralyzed and COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. stole through open window. tho ment and told us that tbo meeting be great temptation. But, apart from this, not expected to live. W. S. Drye started Board in dormitories $2.25 per week; in private families $3. Through tho vista of trees the col50 to 4.00. nnd Joo Severance, Jr., aro holding in immediately. tbo spring house gleamed I can foresee tho end if I were despica niOBt umn of For Catalogues apply to Harrinon county was professing Mr. and Mrs. Steve Dryo are visiting whlto and ghostly In tho moonlight ble enough to yield. You would always JAS. K. PATTERSON, Ph. D., President, favorably. H. W. Drye and family at Springfield. face of tho moon looked mistrust mo. You would soon tiro of Tho saint-lik- e Prestillnc Ktder Norton, of llucka-villMr. Breck Jones and sons, of St. Louis, Lexington, Ky. pityingly down on him. Tho stars me. You would think as I bad been Me., district, has just broken nil passed tbrougn hero Saturday on their blinked as if in tears A meteor dropped unfaithful once that at the first opporrecords. Ho returned from a trip over way to Russell. Misses Bertha and 1 ho rode ISo like a golden tear from tbo sky and was tunity would ho unfaithful again." his charge, during which Erma Morse left Sunday to visit relatives "No, never!" be said interrupting her. Ho closed tho window, miles, preached 01 sermons, nto at ol to- lost in space. "Do not interrupt mo. I know what at Portsmouth nnd Quincy. Frank pulled down tho curtain, then sat down bies and slept In 32 beds. wife and baby, visited relatives you would say, what you would swear, Chase, of Indiann, who by the table and wrote: here last week. Mrs. E. O. Walton and "Dkaii Mils. Allyn: As I shall bo but I know tho misery, tho wretchedgave up bis holy calling to become a Lucy Leo have been visiting relatives afternoon, I ness thnt I havo already experienced way away until lato a politician has seen the error of bis Mra. Cornelia Wright and George Complete Line Lowest Prices. I my nllection to wander hero. and will return to tbo pulpit. Hays lit: write this to ask that you reserve the when allowed Bradloy havo returne to Calera, Ala. ft and seventh dances for me from my husband for this short season, "Tbo call to preach tbo cos pel Is tbo third, Mr. Henry King, wife and family, are at night. Please reply through then how much more miserable, how highest calling a man of refinement and Carpenter's. They will much more wretched would I be, were Mrs. Jennie Examine our Elegant Line of education can receive, and It lookB tho hotel olllco. Very truly, probably locate here. Moses Cook will I to continue tbo dishonor to n dls Thomas Caiitkr." word Btraugo that nn nblo minister of tbo shortly leave for Nashville to study and "When she shows this it will satisfy graceful end.' My marriage was n fam- complete his course in Pharmacy. He should desert bis calling for tbo slimo of I was too young to tho public that my death was not pre- ily arrangement. politics." think, too young and thoughtless to will be much missed here as he baa been Writing Tablets, Ladies' Correspondence Paper and .Envelopes, Vis" meditated. Our Cnmpbelllto frieuds aro getting n clerk "on tbo corner" for n number of Now I must write one tbntis intended understand tbo solemn vows I took iting Cards, &c. along somewhat poorly in their elfbrts to Will Heretofore my husband and I have not years and always at his post. Mr. A recent for her uyo alone, which she must deSun"I'nlle the world on our Plea." been very congenial. I am going to Cabell and wife, of Lebanon, spent meeting in Sherman, Texas, resulted in stroyed nfter reading." day here with the former's mother. Stanford, Ky. change all that. I am going to suborThen ho wrote; over 'J00 additions to their church there, Miss Agnes Weatherford, of Ennis, Texhave concluded to take your advice dinate my wishes to bis. I shall never "I and in hsa than two months after the is I leave him again. I am resolved to bo as, who was not expected to live, someclose of tbo meeting they were in the and go nwny, but have not selected tbo 'better. She has a genuine case of tyI could more affectionate, more considerate of courtn asking a jury to decido which one Warm Springs as you advised. pboid fever. a right to tbu never forget you so nearly ns that plnce his wishes, of bis whims and shall try to of the three factions hnd I fell that there is no place on this make amends for my unintentional lapse Another Call on John Bailey. use of the bouse of worship. Western is. earth, bo it far or near, where 1 could from constancy and when I have strangTurneraville, Ky., August 13. Uecorder. I led tblH unholy love, when 1 have re John-- Bailey, Esq. Your immediate Tbu membership of the Danvillo encapu from my memory of you. grievous sin were I so established mysulf in my own estima- neighbors aro very much gratified by Kaptist church Is 105, as shown by sta- would commit a morning, and base as to continue to live under tbo ex- tion, then I shall tell him nil." the call made on you ry the good peotistics read there Sunday "You shall go with me! You shall ple of another part of the district requestmembers during isting circumstances, therefore I have one death among its mature deliberation, to not break the promise of hope to my ing you to become a candidate for reelectbo year. The pastor and tbo church decided, alter end my life. From previous consulta- heart! If you know whnt love is, you tion to the olllco of justice of the peace. pull together, the singing is the very best and from certain exterior circum- would know that it cannot be mastered You have served your people faithfully in tbo State and thtre, especially, all tions stances tho doctor hero will think my or governed by set rules. It will not aud well iu the oilico for many years and things work together for incalculable down at your bidding. You may knowing that you are capable and qualnn.l. Mr. Julia Crali: Dunn, at the death was caused by an nllection of the by tbo excessive use strangle what you think is love, what ified, and thnt no man will make n more services Sunday morning, sang "Jesus heart superinduced I have purposely arranged you call love, and forget me, but it can honest eflort to discharge faithfully and Lover of My Soul" In a manner sublime- of tobacco. that ho should think so, in order to de- never be so with me. I can never forget impartially the duties of tho oflice, we ly beautlful.by which tbo large audience public. Tho fact that a letter you. Never! never!" now insist that you give a favorable re was lulled into an admiring silence mar- ceive the "Oh! yes you will. Time aud absence sponse to that call. You know that your directed to you will be found in my Shktaw. velous to witness. room may couple your nnmo unpleas- will work wonders. You recollect what neighbors will be but too glad to show Mattio Bell Anderson, a rela- antly with mine, therefore I enclose in your own poet says: 'Man's love is of their appreciation of your fidelity atd Miss tive of the Kouts, of this place, died at this n request for you to reserve certain life n, thing apart, 'tis woman's whole integrity by giving you their hearty night. This existence.' Men havo so many ways to support. Harrodsburg of typhoid fever. dances for mo For the Season of 1894-- 5 and The notorious Mexican bandit Luna request you can show and it will satisfy dull the pains of their love. They have I). V. Kennedy, W. D. Routt, G. II. A Do not, I beg so many ways to amuse themselves. nnd his wife have been slain by soldiers. tbo public's curiosity. Koutt, S. D. Scanland, W. S. Kouttl J. woman can only pray or sutler in silence. B. lought bravely by her bus you, blame yourself for my death. In The womnn Wall, S. H. Helm, It. M. Hughes, Sam Help me to be Bishop, W. band's side and only ceased shooting my heart I hold you blameless. Your Save me from myself M.Jones, I. T. Jones, J. E name shall be me last on my lips, your pure and honorable! The trains meet Wright, J. W. Bibb, K. M. Dodds, J. T. when killed. With Companies of Known Merit. I dare here In a few minutes. You can go eith Carson, R. H. Givens, J. B. Green, Tbo largest alligator ever caught In memory the last in mv heart. 0. House seats 500; is lighted by electricity, has large stage and good the Upper Mississippi was secured by a not ask you, sometimes, to think of me, er east or west. See I get down on my F. Epperson, J. L. Good, James Gover, Scenery. " knees to you. I humble myself at your William Sandifer trot lino at Hannibal, Mo. It was 7 feet lor John Sandifer, T. J. feet. I plead from a broken heart with Good, B. 4 Inches long, 10 Inches around and F. Good, I. D. Good, R. D. Will you weighed 200 pounds. Down tho ball bo beard the quick, you. Will you not go now? Hocker, J. T. Hocker, James Routin, G. Democrats of Alabama aro in high sharp heel taps of some ono coming. Ho fail me in this, the darkest hour of mv W. Carson, I. W. McCowan, B.;G. MarStanford, Ky. feather over their prospects for the com hastily gathered his writings togethor on life? Leave yourself out of consideratin, E. P. Martin, S. G. Campbell. W. D. They do tbo table, throw his arms around thorn tion. Go for me, for my sake for my inn congressional elections. Moore, J. W. Carson, W. ID. Brown, W. B. McKinnev. W. H. HlGGINS. to shield them from any prying eye, Bake go!" uot uxpect to lose n district, as tho Richard Bibb, Emiel Spiliberger, R. W. An nshy pallor bad Bpread over Mr, aro thought to be on tbo verge of fearful that tho walla might bo pierced Anderson, Walter HuBton, Rice ReyBesides our Kegular Line of- Carter's cheek. He looked down into disintegration. by some passing oyo. nolds, Geo. E. Alford, S. M. Helm, A. R Santo, who was eca chine nearer and near- her upturned face, into her eves nil wet Xunnelley, J. H. Black, L. A. Green, E. Tho Tbo found that tbo diabolic er, then there was a faint tap on his door. with tears that seemed like "two human Berger, Samuel Borger, static when ho J. II. Baugb, task of driving tbo cold steel Into the Ho jumped up, gathered up his letters stnrs that Hwam in dew." In the east John W. Baugb, Thomas Wagoner, John vitals ol tho president of Franco had and the aconite, thrust them into his "the meek and melting amethyst oi Wagoner, A. P. Martin, David A. Baugb, fallen to him by lot, went to tho guillo- trunk nnd locked it, then he opened the dawn" was faintly blushing on the pur M. Clarkson, Mtlton Reynolds, Geo. W. . &c, wc will keep a fine assortment of Staple and Fancy tine a cringing cur, so moribund with door. .Mrs. Aiiyns mam stood ueiore plo mountain tops. Reynolds, W. J. Duncan, G. A. Hughes, Heyond the tunnel n faint line of not walk, Btid bis him. terror that ho could J. R. Routt, J. H. VnnooK, Dr. Green coward teeth so chattering that his "vivo "Here is a noto Mrs. Allyn told mo to smoke flapped lazily in tho air, then Moore, T. J. Tanner, F. P. Hughes, R. r'anarchio" was scarcely audible. band you, she said 1 needn't unit for a from hill nnd gorge faintly echoed the H. Cooper, David J. Alcorn, T. 0. Antrain. Henry Scott, a negro brute, attempt reply," tho maid said ns she banded him whistle of tho derson, B. D. Carter, Arthur Carter, Such as Sugars, Coffees, Molasses, Flour, Meal, Lard, Bacon, Beef, child of bis tbo noto. ed to ravish a (To bo continuod.) John M. Carter, Thomas Vanhoo:er, Can Goods, Pickles, Spices, Candies, Cakes, Oranges, Lemons, Stepping baclc Into his room bo closed own race, but was foiled and arrested. Walter Fields, R C. Nunnolley, G. W. Bananas in fact, Knioiits of Pythias. The only di- Carter, G. 0. Davis. About midnight a mob of 150 men, prin the door, opened tbo noto nnd read: cipally colored, secured an entrance to "I waited until midnight for you to rect line from Stanford to Washington, Maj. George M. Procter, died at his jail at Winchester for tho purpose of come but you disappointed me. I buvo D. C, is via the Chesapeake & Ohio the lynching him. Tbo prisoner defended been unablu to Bleep. I must see you route, therefore, if you nro going to at- home at Glasgow Junction, agodSS years. Meot mo under tho oak near tend the Knights of Pythias Conclave, Maj. Procter was a gallant Confederate himself with a Blat from his bed with so Butter, Eggs, &c, much vigor that tbo mob was repulsed. tho tennis court, as Boon ns you receive which convenes August L'2d to 20th inst, soldier ami a stanch democrat of the To make your table full of first class eatables, I hnvo something I must say to you will want to take tho C. & O. Two Andy Jackson type. President Procter( taken in exchanere for eoods. To reduce our stock, special prices this. My maid thinks I am fast trains leave Lexington daily and ar- of the National Civil Service CommiS' Those Who auk V osted. Will toll you Come and see us. will be offered for the next 30 days you that tho tlnest and healthiest going to tho trnin to meot my husband rive in Washington three hours in ad- sioii, is one of four children who suraro summer resorts in tho northwest vance of nny other Hue. No change of vive him. nnd thnt you will accompany me. located nlong tho Wisconsin Central Senator Hill says there is no truth Hastily, cars. Ono glance nt the map will conE. A." among which aro Lake ilia, Iox Lines, Burlington, Mukwnnago, his hat nnd hurried out, his vince you that the 0. & 0. is tbo only in the sensational report that there was Ho seized Lake, Antloch, Waukesha, Neenah, Waupaca, Hflold, mind torn with conflicting emotions' line to Washington. Tickets go on sale n "ocene" between himself nnd Senator Ashland nnd Dulutb. Tourlsta and Whon bo reached tbo oak, Mrs. Allyn August i.'1'd to "Gth inst., good until Sep- Blackburn on the (loor of the Senpleasure seekers figuring on their next tember 15. For full information, sleep- ate last Friday. He deuied that there .nmninr'a vnmtion should boar tliis in waa already there. "When a lady asks a gentleman to ing car berths, tickets, etc. write or tele- - was any disagreement nt all. mind nnd before selecting a route d'op a After further investigation of tbu delino to Jas. C. Pond, General Passenger come to her at 11 o'clock to report his pbone ueorgo w. Harney, division pasAgent of tho Wisconsin uenira uum, decision on certain matters and the gen senger agent, Lexington, Ky. railing of the Florida special on the . fiianki. Wis., and he will send tleman fails to come, what punishment This is the way the Cincinnati En- Cincinnati Southern at Brannon, Saturyou maps, time tables and guide books containing valuable Information, which should be visited on him?" she asked, quirer tells tho tale: James Deviue day night, it is believed that a deliberher voico unsteady and unnatural. are mailed freo upon application. walked on the railroad track. Burial at ate attempt at wrecking was attempted r for the purpose of robbery. "But I could not come. I could not Logan, 0. G A. It. encampment at Pittsburg, Pa., trust myself with you in the presence of The killing of Taylor Clemens at WHAT DOES IT MEAN? September 8th to 10th. The Queen and others, with my brain a seething mass Those who have All Free Sharpsbnrg, Saturday night came near used Dr. King's New DIscov Route will make low reduced of Are. You do not know. You can ery know iu value and those who hao not, have causing a lynching at that place, the Crescent IT mllM Itont. th Itmfsns that sua Onwn in Cmnt sU.rustIt ClnelniiH JinHl now the opportunity to try it free. Call on tho adQ. it Uinrt..u( i. tu.ln ratea for tho occasion. Call on any not understand, for you havo never felt vertised druggist and get a tiial bottle free. Send murderer, Grant Baker, being taken to l Z,.m imlnaaU lUurtMt i liHiuaatlt .. N w (irUan.tI(.rU.mil.. shor u. ttilci Chicago, and G. P. to II. E. Ilucklen your Lib.iuui1 U t tituiwvii. AO.HUI. ur J.fcnYUl. i O. agent, or address I. Hardy, A. a hopeless passion, or the pangs of des- get a namebottle of Dr. King'sA Co., Lite Villi as Mt. Sterling to escape the mob. New trial New pair." The reform party of South Carolina well as a copy of Guide to Health and Household A Ylcksburg, Miss., It. H. Garratt, SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS instructor tree. All of which Is guaranteed to do nominated Jouu Gary Evans for gov J. Lytle, D. P. A., Chat"Oh! God, but I havo I do. That is you good and cost you nothing at A. R. Penny's Orleans, La., A. tetwMnrJlof thalTt rini. Thromh Carsto Tlekseor. ani l r. Utimnatl to kaojvlllt ernor. He is but 31 years old, and came ItalVliM monin throtuh e cr tanooga, Tenn., W. 0. Rlnearson, G. P. why I am hero llco to meet you. drugstore. 1iml lira U T.Msanl CallforuU. U I roia LoulMlll.. into fame as the author of the dispenShrivriwrt. A.k aUm tours to m" Jrilbj"". 4 Lawrtnc.rmrir.dlr.ct conu.iUu is m4. t L.alnfWB . A., Cincinnati. You must leave here You My boy was taken with a disease resembling sary law. Uht.Mle4U.iliutoidlrvUit4&uth. of was W. C. RISEAKSON. must leave hero at once. You must Moody Mux. The first thing I thought Diarrhoea Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Buciln'sArnlca Salva. Oca'l I'ass'r Jtcut, Cincinnati. O. Remedy. Two doses ol it settled the natter and leave before ray husband arrives." The best salve In the world lor cuts, bruises heartily recommend and well. cured him ShumplV, a V.nnl, salt rheum, n "But suppose I refuse. I am not this remedysound persons suffering from a like sores, ulcers,chilblains, fever sores,alltetter, chapto all QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. ol 'Minneapolis, Minn. "I skin erupped hands, lnquiiios regarding answer molut the remedy in thii city lor se; en year. afraid to face your husband. I have complaint. I willenclosed. any reler to any county tions. It positively curestorns and no pay requirpiles, or sold I it when stamp is ed. It is guaranteed to kivc perfect satisfaction J. complaints. '5 d Soc not dishonored him. Then why should official as toroy lehability. Wm. Koach, sale P., or money refunded. Price S cents per box. by on the market for bowel I'rtmroy. Campbell county, Tenn. For According to tlio Ontliotlc 152,000 there about Herald, colored Catholics In THE CROW NLSS MARTYRS OF THE Stanford Female College. Next Session Begins Tuesday, iiv a.iiTjr. Bel-de- ) ilra-zl- State CoUegeo&Kentucky Opens September e, y, Ex-Go- v. School Books and School Supplies, New School Tablets and Slates. 1 11 1 W. B. McROBERTS, DRUGGIST, We Are Now Booking Attractions -- 1 Solicit : Correspondence WALTON BROS., Kol-hlt- es mock-heroi- c foot-step- HARDWARE I 1 all! west-boun- d three-year-o- ld EVERTHING HlGGINS & McKINNEY. j F 17 109 23 90 I ht i.i 1 S G. bottles of this remedy fJ ia!e lT Dr. Druggist, Stanford, Ny. HOuk-e- r, I )" Dr. S. G. Hocker, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. For sale by A K. Penny, Stanford, Ky. fe J ; & rfJVe wiww,? &js$zsB&4gi iSm 4 1 f a 1 1 41 .f s V v fv. X lt-- v hi i "' ! H Seventeen-year-ol- d FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Clint Woodard Tiik permanent location of Gov. J, Interior Journal Proctor Knott in Danville is cause for shot out both eyes and into the tongue ...White seed ryo for sale. J. E. congratulation to the city and section. of Pat Ryan, near Lexington. Bruce. .., . . It is the governor's ambition to close his .. uiinoui me oiguaiurc oi m HiW.- ,. n - Will w.j n,,orann ... tn fipnrw. iu. J II .L. nl 181)4 long and honorable public career in August 21, 8tanford, ker l0 ' cattle at 2jc and a yoke of I founding n law department in Centre no wth it f 11.470.180. became a law. oxen for $53. The Southern Railway Company College, which will be second to none in J. C. Caldwell bought of James Adthe country, and his profound knowledge gobbled up another road Saturday, the ams 100 hogB of 120 pounds averego at W. P. WALTON. of the law, together with the able corps Georgia Pacific, paying $503,000 for it. 5c Advocate. Internal revenue receipts were oyer of assistants he has gathered about him, B. K. Burnam, of Richmond, sold to DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. makes assurance doubly suro that ho $3,250,000 in returnB from three of tho John T. Hughes, of Lexington, his road JAS. II. M'CRKARY willBUcceed oven beyond his expecta- great distilling centers of tho country. FOR CONGRESS Bter maro by Egbert for $500. Statist's soon grow extremely monotonous hence wc give only a Congressman Bailey has introduced tion. No man Iisb served his country or Tho first bale of cotton of this year's For County Judge J AS. WALKER GIVKNS Gov. Knott aud none a bill prohibiting members of tho Houso crop was received at .Mempms, friuay, few startling figures that you may have some idea of the enormous " G. n. COOPKK State better than Clerk and Senate recommending persons for from West Point, Miss., aud sold at auc- bargains Attorney J. U. PAXTON has won tho right to the dignified retire wc are offering. In fact a visit tc our store will Sheriff. T. D. NEWLAND ment that the position will give him, ollice tion at 10c per pound. ' Assessor E. D. KENNEDY while rounding up a well spent life iu Elias Chambers, a patriotic young The orchard grass seed crop is short " Jailer G. W. DEIIORD man of Pittsburg, Pa., hung himself with further usefulness to his fellowman. and prices havo reached $1 05 to 1,75 a silk handkerchief with tho American per bushel tho usual price in good seaAfter a loug deadlock tlio friends of There is no chanco now unless the flag beautifully worked on it. sons hangs around the dollar mark. W. II. Daugherty, who retired from Fresident Cleveland won in tbo Texas State inspector aud examiner should enTom Yenger drove Tip Bruce's Hr-r- y And you will sing a medley in our praise We keep abreast with the ter into collusion with the auditor and oflico Monday, has been superintendent convention by a vote of 451 to 415 and n B. at Grand Rapids, Mich., to victory 2!) treasurer, which is hardly a presumable of public schools in Bath county for naplatform was adopted reiterating the last week and took in $(KK). He won in times and realize the fact that prices must be in accord with the pre. tional democratic platform, indorsing probability, for the treasurer to work tho years. Winchester Democrat. stright heate; timo 2: 'Jo J, 2:21 and 2:20. vailing unprecedented hard times and we have put goods at these The grand officers of the various railPresident Cleveland's course as wisp, pa. Dick Tato racket and rob tho State like At Rochester, N. Y , Fantaty went a he did. The settlement each month has road organizations will appeal to tho triotic and statesmanlike, commending mile in 2:07j which is the fastest mile his action in the labor troubles, declar- to be witnessed by the examiner and his railroad officials to reinstate tbo men ever trotted by a maro. ing for bimetallism, for tarilT reform, and report published. We give on our fourth who went out in tho A. 11. U. Btriko. Robert J. went a mile in 2.011, driven by Conductor Goodman, who killed denouncing protection as unwise, unpa- page tho report to date. The condition Lyons. Geers drove Fantasy. triotic and undemocratic. On the adop- of the treasury is nothing to brag on, but Col. Parsons, proprietor of tho Natural R. S. Dooley shipped this week for tion of the platform, John H. Reagan, the people can be dead sure that tho Bridge Hotel, Va., for reporting that he for Goldsmith, of Now York, 309 export candidate for governor and who had no present cause of a deficit is. not from do was carrying uissoiiuo women iree on cattle, weight about 1,500. These cattle his train, was given 18 years in the penshow any way, withdrew from the race, falcation. wore bought in this and Fayette county Indigo blue calico 4C, V bleach cotton Trian AAA and a declaring lie liau made his canvass on Mr. Waterrson attempted to laugh itentiary. at 4 to 4J cents. Winchester Democrat. Brown Cotton and all others proportionately low. D. 'Grant Armstrong, of Don't let such a the issue of free silver at the ratio of 1G Mr. Urrey Woodson out of court and M. S. Baughman's Klla B. is now at good thing pass. A Good outing shirt for men for 20c. Better one to 1, and that he would not accept a wither him with irony and sarcasm for Covington, who is Bupposod to be dying, home. She has not been feeling well for nomination on the platform adopted if what he evidently thought was an im- sent for his brother and confessed that some time and her owner thought that a for 25c. Worth double the money. In given him. He said, however, he would pertinent paragraph, but the Owensboro he had forged his name to notes amountrest would do her good. Mr. Baughman support the ticket that might be nomina- editor comes back at him in such a way ing to $15,000, which are held by the will likely send her to the St. Louis ted. The convention then nominated C. as to show that ho is able to hold a banks of that city. Fair. ob Tho republicans of tho Senate A. Culbertson for governor and adjourn band even with the distinguished head Crit Davis, who had things his own jected to the majority naming Mr. White, way last year, hasn't won a raco in tho od in good humor and apparent harmony. of the great Courier-Journa- l. There are member of thu finance East or West this year. His entire staalso indications that Mr. Woodson turn of California, as a Wc offer you a nice half wool suit for S3, a better one for $., strictly Hon. D. G. Colson seems to have poscommittee, to fill the vacancy occasioned ble was troubled with pinkeye and it session of the machine in the 11th dis- ed tho laugh on Editor Logan also; at by the death of Senator Vanco and the was late in tho season before he was ablo all wool suit at $5, worth $9, and all clothing at distressingly low pritrict. He alone favored a primary elec- least he laughs best who laughs last. matter had to go over. ces. A choice lot of to give them work. tion for tho nomination of a candidate The .Western Passengers AssociaEven if that was a gambling debt, it When G. M. Harp, of Fayette, failed and lo and behold the committee met is charged that tho Hon. Will Owens tion, which has been for some time torn to get tho premium in n saddle horse at London and did bis bidding. Col. paid the Hon. Jack Chinn, it shows that up over the harvest excursions, has fin- ring, at Versailles he said that the judges Silas Adams and John D. White favored the Scott county man occasionally liqui- ally arranged tho matter satisfactorily. had been bought. He was given a conventions. Col. Adams will submit, dates his indebtedness. Col. Breckin- Tho excursions will bo run for one fare, chance to apologize, but declining, wps Ladies' Oxfords at 60c, worth Si, at 75c, worth Si. 50, at Si worth but the crested jayhawker is a sort of a ridge evidently has conscientious scru- plus $2, for the round trip. $2. Men's low cut tan shoes 00c. nice Doner, low cut Si.ss. worth expelled from tho grounds. free lance and may take it into his head ples against debt paying. If he has evA Kearney, N. J., iron molder, crazA suit over the improper registry o' $2, men s high shoes from 75c up. to kick out of the traces, in which event er paid one, the fact does not appear. ed from typhoid fever, stabbed his wifo the dam of a calf in New York has cost there may be two republican candidates, Certain it is that he has not paid Madge and four children and then leaped from $5,000 already, and is as far from settle- a-mri- E if Colson is nominated, and a democrat what the court said he owed her, at last a window, fracturing his skull and dying ment as ever. This is an occasion when will be elected. Col. Adams has made accounts. in an hour. None of the children nor it is not profane to exprees the opinion And polite clerks and low prices will make your visit unusually pleas-anhimself very solid with his people, howthe wife is seriously wounded. that the whole dam business should be exceedingly profitable. The Richmond Register certainly must ever, and we are sure they will do him The citizens of Frankfort are hold- Btopped. Glasgow Times. of an endorsement for have space to spare when it can devote ing mass meetings to devise means of the simple justice Rosser & Coleman purchased the A. another term. The average republican even a few lines to every dirty, low Hung riddine the town of released convicts. G. McCampbell farm of 310 acres at comis very susceptible to a money argument, tramp, who sees fit to squirm and call They will petition tho Legislature to re- missioner's sale for $10,590.85. This is a though, and tho monied man from names, when the truth is told on him. quire that they be returned to the coun- maguificent body of laud, well improved, three miles from town. Mr. McCampMiddlesboro may be able to put his lucre Our motto is to give the news p no mat- ties from which they were sent. bell used it as a stud aud produced many ter whom it may hurt and kick tho felwhere it will do the most good. Philadelphia boasts of 4S2 building superior horses. Harrodsburg Sayings. low who kicks about it, if he come in D. C. Terhune bought 12J associations with 105,000 members, Madame JANAVficnxK, bless her dear range of our foot. eugar mule colts from different parties in capital and $17,000,000 income-Thi- night different and ancient soul, is horrified that any counties, that coat him an A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor is said to be the largest number average of f 10 40. All mares but 10. He Tns present Congress has reduced the decent theatrical manager should attempt is largely as- sold a lot of yearlings to Martin & T. D. RANEY. Manager. to place Miss Madaline Pollard, upon the pension charge, which had grown out of in any single city, and to it Thompson at $79 to $90. The Harrodsall proportions and is still shamefully cribed the stability of the city's businets burg stage, which she, for so many years, has Democrat also reports sales of GO stock hoga, 175 Hs. weight, at 4 J and a irieu 10 uignuy anu elevate, anu says large, 129.090,504. That and tho repeal interests. Arrangements have been completed car load of 1,500 pound-cattl- e she is going to use her utmost endeavor of the Sherman silver bill and the Fed at3c. with the depositors and creditors of tbo to keep New York theatres from engag- eral election laws, goes far towards help rxiO& STAGE GLINTS. ing her. So far the legitimate Louisville ing tho body out of the rut into which recently closed Wichita, Kan., National its theatres have declined the overtures of its dillydallying tariff legislation put it. Bank whereby the bauk will Jcssio nainra will play tho part of a doors for business Sept. 1. The controlManager Morris and say they will not AndThe King of Siam is dead. As be had ler is satisfied of the solvency of the tough girl in "On tho Bowery." permit Miss Pollard to tread their stages. Georgo Monroowillshelvo "My Ann 72 children, ho is It would be another demonstration of 90 wives and matter where be doubtless institution. Bridget" next season nnil try fortune better off, no has gone. A watermelon cost a Tennessee nethe eternal fitness of things, if the Buck with a now pieco on tho kiiuo line. gro bis life. He was on an excursion ingham alone will give poor Madge refA copy of tho third folio of ShakeNEWSY NOTES. train and when it stopped at Cobutta, speare was bought by Mr. Nntnlli uge. But why put the seal of condemat a Ga., be jumped off and stole a water- bale in Loudon recently for Now in stock will be sold nation alone on her and let " Willie" be 435, or The king of Corea is said to side with melon from a countryman's wagon. In f2,175. . honored again with a seat in Congress? Japan. attempting to get on the train after it A monastery and a nunnery are the Thomas W. Keono will noxt Reason The little son of Jason Eader died had Btarted he was run over and cut in havo .1 practically now company. His places for both of them. of hydrophobia near Lexington. twain. tour will bo undur tho management of European capitalists have offered to La6t winter President Cleveland, un- loan The merchants everywhere are pre Edwin Ardcn. . China $100,000,000 if needed. der a misapprehension, appointed one J. paring for a good trade this fall and winMario mid Dnnham, tho well known The Southern Railway Co. bought Hampton Hoge, of Virginia, to be consul ter. They have had but little business triplo horizontal bar performer, arosoon Dunham intend to join at Amoy. He had gotten as far as San the Louisville Southern for 51,000,000. for about two yeara now, and people to Of the 51,000 breweries estimated to Francisco on his way to his post, when must begin buying from necessity. The thu Jordan family of ncrolutH. James J. Corlwtt nnd tho nicrnlors of tho president having learned that the be in tho world, 20,000 are in Germany. merchants deserve a respite from the deMY STOCK OF The South Carolina dispensary law has been a long, hard and his company havo organized a luieball appointee bore the reputation of being a pression. It has again been declared unconstitutionclub that is defeating nines nil through undeserved pull. drunkard and a chronic debt maker, al. r ynllows in tho Knglihh provinces. Corbutt is tho By the new without paying any, telegraphed his reshortstop. W. G. Taylor was hanged at New-bercall. Mr. Hoge was naturally very much Connecticut the murderer la jerked high Mis Linda da Costa has been engagVa., Friday for the murder of his in the air and then suspended. The incensed at the turn of events, but made ed aspriumdonnnof tho company which wife. pleasant assurance is given that there are C. B. Jefferson and Klaw&Erlauguraru his way back home and began a camThe president is at Gray Gables with paign of abuse of Cleveland and democthus two chances to break his neck. The organizing to present Palmer Cox's racy. He went from bad to worso till he his family and the tariff bill is still un- chief beauty of the new machine is "Brownies." Tablets, &c. , is very large and signed. finally found his level in the republican li however, that the murderer executes Mine. will cmergo from Charles Armstrong, of Gallipolis, party, which a few days ago nominated himself with it. her privato lifo a Mrs. WellmaA at tho O., caught a cat fish that weighed 15G for Congress in the Gth district. Lawrenceburg suffered a costly con- Worcester musical festival on Sept. 27 him Truly the last end of that man is worse pounds. flagration Friday night. The losers are nnd 28. She will sing ns lending prima Defective punctuation in the tariff than the first. Bond & Shouz's stock, $12,000; building, donna at both tho concerts iu an orabill practically puts diamonds on the torio. $10,000; Lawrenceburg Bank building Editor Gbatz, of the Lexington Gaz- free list. Mine. Julio u. wymiui, tlio mezzo 15,000; W. P. Major, drugs, $2,000; ChamCall and Sec Us. It is said that Mme. Patti'a income bers heirs' building $3,000; L. C. Cox, soprano, is to return to this country in ette, although he has just married a bride, and naturally might want for some years past has been not less confectionery, $15,000; Hickman heirs tho autumn. Mrs. Wyman has boon singing hi Franco and was heard thero to keep his age a secret, is reminded by than $200,000. building $3,000. Origin of the fire sup- in "Samson ot Dolila," s Slack lime exploded in Isaac Blair's posed to be incendiary. the present drouth, of the one which ocopera. curred in 1854. Says he: "Grass burned f ce at Crawfordsville, Ind., putting out up, water became bo scarce that stock both of his eyea. Llnnietta Springs. Michael 8mitb, 80 years old, died bad to be driven, in some cases many I send yon a list of those who are en A I miles to water. It was pitiable to soe near New Brunswick, N. J., from the ef- joying the unsurpassed delights of Of Zinc and Canvass Covered Round and Square Top the condition of Fayette county. No fects of a cat's bite. Springs, where Capt. Richards A agent Tor the widow and heirs of J. I'. Land, At Louisville Friday the record was and bis excellent better half make every dee'd, I will offer tor ale the splendid Carta ct corn, no hay and no grass. Corn was f G about a barrel that winter and very scarce." In broken by $400,000 being paid on whisky body feel that it is good to be: LAND, view of the fact that similar conditions taken out of bond. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Chilton, Mr. Shelby 326 in George Reed killed a man at Terre Roberts, Mrs. Kate Martin, Louiaville. Near Hustonvllle, died Lincoln country, Ky priof are manifest, Mr. Gratz very timely adwhich J. P. Land poittucj. II not fold vises the farmers that the prudent course Haute for $G and gave the money to hiB Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Blanton and children, vately before that time the farm will be told at ' public auction to the highest bidder on wife to buy groceries. is to provide for such contingency. Cyntbiana; Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Jennings Dr. John D. Clardy was nominated and children, Washington, D. 0.; Mrs. SATURDAY, SEPT. 22, 1894, Gorman and the other demo- for Congress by the Owensboro conven E. R. Sparks and son and Mrs. Marie And Bags. At o'clock, lharp. The farm front on the DanJasper, Miss Emma Mitchell, Nicholas ville and Hustenville Turnpike road, about one crats of the Senate voted with the repub- tion on the first ballot. Cinon This Congress has saved $40,309,109 ville; Mr. George H. Schone, wife and half mile South of MorelandU station the the licans for Senator Murphy's resolution, cinnati bouthern R. H. It one ol bett itock declaring against further tarifTlegislation over the appropriations of the last ses- children, Mrs. Kate Longmier, Mrs. Ed larmt In Lincoln county The toil It of a good land, finely act in graia and quality of Taylor and son, Miss Carrie Taylor, watered by this session, thereby sidetracking the so sion of the 52d Congress. apiingt and every foot of the land l susceptible of eaiy and profitable culBradstreets reports improvement in Cincinnati; Mr. Howard Kolb, Mr. Jas. called pop gun bills passed by the House. tivation. The improvement! consist of Notwithstanding the resolution was car- business all over the country by the D. Shelby, Montgomery, Ala.; Miss Jinnie Hughes, Bloomington, 111.; Misses A Commodious Frame Dwelling. ried, Senator Harris, acting chairman of passage of the tariff bill. The Cunarder Compania broke the Annie Alcorn and Nettie Wray, Stanford; A larg barn and other outbaildingi. A wide avthe Senate finance committee, has called the enue a meeting of that committee, when he record by crossing the ocean in 5 days, Miss Josie Daley, Frankfort; Mr. and road extendi from the residence to for itsturnpike Huatonville, a place noted achoolt will bring before it the supplemental tar- 9 hours and 29 minutes. Mrs. O. C. Cambron, Miss M. B. Spald- and churchea, la a little more than a mile distant. The tallest man on the Pacific coast ing, Dr. W. W. Cleaver, Lebanon; T. E. The iarm can be divided Into three tracts of con. iff bills. venient size and shape. is Samuel Hutchison, of Prescolt, Wash. Converse, wife and children, Rev. I). M. cash when potteaaion Is givTkrms. en and deed made, the remainder in six and 12 John H. Grimes, the Harrodsburg His height is 7 feet 2) inches. wife and child, Louisville; Mrs. months, with Interest from date and lien retained. Sweets, 1m Saying's Burgin correspondent, is a genAt the same time and place I will sell about too Miss Sallie Morris, of Huntington, Ellen WrigleBWorth, Cyntbiana; Rev. L. BcttMnt His Land, about two mllea Southeast of His last letter to the paper occu- W. Va., is the first woman to run for of- H. Blanton, Richmond; Mrs. J, E. Pat- of Knob adjoining the lands of Bud Martin, ius. Coffey and others. pies two columns and a half and Is writ, fice in that State. She is on the populist rick, Jackson; James Denny, Lincoln For further Information apply to John T. Land on the premises or myself at Hustonvllle, Ky. ten in rhyme of sufficient merit to be ticket for school superintendent and Co.; Mr. J. W. Corley, Louisville. EDWARD ALCORN. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give me call. expects to be elected. worthy of the name of poetry. N. W. Agent for J. P. Land's Heirs. 47 Semi-Weekly PRICES Ki, BM,,.,T,ir -- l.- ... ' I .,... u-- ft Tell The Tale ! OPEN YOUR EYES ! four-year-o- ld 3.c, Ex-Sheri- ff CLOTHING SHOES, SHOESI ! tjs .a. call i d LOUISVILLE : STORE, STAMTOBD, B.Z, $42,-000,0- 00 first-clas- s s re-op- ice; (DMESTS -- REFRIGERATORS W. H. WEAKEN & CO. r T I water-powe- n, FINE PAPERS, SCHOOL BOOKS. A. B.. FX1T1T?. Drviggict. Enimr-c.Tuc- Our Prices Can Not Be Duplicated. Saiut-Saon'- Lin-niet- ta Fine Farm For Sale ACRES OP ed TRUNKS VALISES H. J. McROBERTS. H.4.R0PLEY,- 1 1 blue-gras- s never-failin- g One-thir- mmhzntrWMtt A Turn-ersvillAI-b- e, rt ' SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. fvvi 4r r Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Wk fit spectacles, Danke, the jewel er. Eyes examined free, Danks, the jowcl Wk want your trade, Danks, the jew eler. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. mi- - Stanford Kt., August 21, 1894 er. E. C. Walton, Business Manager Hardin. d; MEAN1 IU8INE88. Lot of nice honey on hand. Farria & I want what you offo mo to W. H. McKoberts. July 1st. Buy your school books anil school sup J. 0. Flokknck has lemons 15c dozen, plica oi all kinds nt A. II. Penny's. Nice bananas and Rtemless raisins cheap Watches, clocks and jewelry repaired Penny has tho beat stock nnd will sell and warranted. Engruvint' n specialty, at A. II. Penny's. watches nnd jewelry lower than you can Tint Urgent atock of Drugs. Medicines, buy elBowhere. rorlutnory, Paints nnd Wnll Paper at Pettcriptloim a specialA. II. Penny's. Foil Kent. Our house and lot, now ty. occupied by Mr. Morelnud. Misses Lic- clo nnd Mary Beazlev. PERSONAL POINTS. Miss Gatkmood Givrns spent several days with Mrs. W. E. Kllis. Mn. Mosk Cook, of llnstonvillo, spent yesterday with relatives here. Mns. Eddik Coolkv commenced the Bchool near Klnuavillo yesterday. Dit. G. A. Tiiaylok and Mr. Ed White are attending the Columbln Fair. Oait. A. D. Hill, of Memphis, is on a visit to his daiiRhter, Mr. W. II. Kirby. Misa Julia Hiooinm, of Hichiuond, has been visiting her aunt, Mm. W. II. Hin- During Sunday evening's storm lightning struck n stack of liny, worth nbout $50, belonging to Mrs. Alice Bnughmnn, and burned it. There will be n game of ball nt the n grounds near the water works tiiia between tho McKinney nnd Stanford clubs. Game called at It o'clock. nfter-noo- K s, ' If you want your watch or any jewelry repaired, take it to Penny's. Mr, Deckelman does the work well and promptly; never disappoints a cusging. John L. Hay, of Duckeyo, Garrnrd tomer. county, is clerking in tho Until Sept. 1, 1S9 J. wo will sell a Store. guaranteed, high armed, Mrs. 0. W. Hoffman nnd daughter, of sewing machine for 25 and a No. 7 Louisville, are the guests 0( Miss Sallio Arizona cook stove for W. Dudderar. U. Wearen Co. Mian Ida May Ghant, of Lancaster, The engine of the Florida Special has a creditable poem in Sunday's jumped tho track nenr Brnnnon in FayMits. GkoroeH. HnrcK pissed throtiRh ette nnd turned over. Tho engineer and to Middlesboro, Saturday, to visit her ilreman, Ed nnd John Bradley, were badly hurt, but not seriously, and none sister, Mrs. W. 0. Park. Judgo Sterling of the passengers were injured. Mn. J. Oahvkr F. Grimes and Prof. W. G. Lackey went The town of Crab Orchard will vote to Elirabethtown Friday. JhJd, on tho question whether Misa Maooik Lbwis left for Huckeye spirituous, vinous or malt liquors shall the uchool slio has be sold, bartered, or loaned there, and yesterday to taught for several seMions. wo hear that it is conceded that the Mim Klla Tinslky, of Harbour ville, "noes" will carry by a good majority. arrived from Lexington, ycaterdny to visit tho Misses Iiaughinan. The Knights of Pythias of this place Miih Lucy Alcokn, of Hnston ville, is will organize a lodge of that order at the guest of Miss Inez Lapsloy, of Mc- Lebanon in a week or so. Some 15 Afee. Harrodsburj; Democrut. names have already been secured. Mr. Mn. James Si'lHU and dauihter, Mrs. W. l Evans, who recently joined the John Taylor, of Illinois, are visiting his order here, was mainly instrumental iu son, Mr. John W. Spires, near Highland. getting the thing under headway. Postmaster Kout went to Danville The banking business, as a profitable yesterday, but bis capable assistant, Mica one, is among the things of the past in Suo Uout, ran things so nobody missed Kentucky, ltie new constitution prohim. PavxiuNCKleft yesterday morn-Ib- vides for their taxation for State, city, Al II. on his bicycle for Shelby ville, whore county and school purposes, and now he will visit relatives nnd take in the the income tax is added to tho burden. The two banks here will have to pay Flr. 1 per Mich Nannie McDowell, of Danville, about f:S(500 taxes each a year or Saturday nnd J. N. Saunders re- cent, of their capital and surplus. was up turned with her and spent Sunday in & It was certainly not a violent presumpOun Jim. The Mt. Vernon Signal has Little Britain. tion to presume thot everybody knew by this mention of our esteemed corresReal Estate Agents, Misses Maggie and Evelyn Buchan- pondent: James Maret has been L. k this time that newspapers do not pubfor The Stanford, Lincoln County, Ky. an and Essie JJurcb will leave N. station agent at this point since Aug- lish anonymous communications. Virginia to visit tho Misses Summers ust 1, 1S77, a little over 17 years. Dur reasons for it are so multitudinous and Office orer First National Bank. and other friends. ing tho time he has never been suspend- apparent tbat if they had not been stated to strike We offer to the public our services In selling, Mns. Lizzie McAlistek, after a stay of ed, turned-oll-anor many billion times, it ought and rentinc real estate in Lincoln and six weeks here and nt Crab Orchard anything of that kind. This is n remark- everybody that the only proper course adjoining counties We hate made arrangement lor extensive advertisement ot all properties Springs, returned to Danville, yesterday, able record. Ho has been otlered pro- for a nowspaperto pursue is to require placed in our hands, and possess facilities for bus by individuals with Master George. motions but ho wont leavo Mount Ver- some responsible name to communica iness which can not be pouessed expense. All placed necessarily for publication, without irreat receive prompt and diligent attenin Mn. Will J. Yaokr, of Louisville, non because it is our hands will the best town on the tions, "not De made to dispose or It ettort will spent several days here basking in the line. but as a guaranty of good faith." These tion ami eteiyno charge will be made unlets we speedily and smiles of one of the loveliest of God's observations are inspired by the receipt are successful in doing so. PROPERTIES FOR SALE. Mrs. W. U. Miller entertained nt of two letters, with items for this paper last and best gilta to man. lllue Grass 3 to Lincoln county. Farm of 100 Acres at Rowland, Miih. Williams, of Casey, who has dinner Friday in her usually hospitable in tho lost few days, with no nnmo 6. Karmot been the guest of Mrs. John Boll Gibsou manner, nnd with comprehensive menu, them, nnd will explain to tho writers, from Stanford:410 Acres on Dix Kivcr, four miles 55. 000. r'urm on pike, miles from to Williamsburg Friday to visit the the following ladies: Misses Mattio nnd why they went to tho watte basket in7. went Stanford: lit per acre: itj acres. Bettie Paxton, Lettie Helm, Helen Rcid stead of into these columns. scenes of her childhood. 17. Farm and Mill property, 95 acres, on Dix Rucr, 4 miles from Stanford: very desirable prop Miss KrriK Buknktt. who has been nnd Florence Trueheart and Meedames erty, otlered low. rrice and lull description on At 10 o'clock Sunday night Charles unnlicatlon. the guest of the Mimea Buughman for a Forestus Keid, Joe Collor, Lizzie well 3. Very McAlister and Robert J. Lytic. Not- Hazlett called on Clerk G. B. Cooper and at ilichland:desirable andt.ooo. improved property month or more, returned to Winchester 10 seres: asked him to issue license to him to marthe fact that no man ii Farm of 160 Acres well improved land at yesterday to tho regret of many friends. withstanding Highland Sj.joo. was permitted to present himself, ex- ry Miss Nannie Young. He didn't have sS, tsrm 01 150 acres, 3 miles irom Mn. J. S. Kennedy, of Richmond, was .. cept Mr. Miller, and they tried to keep the key, so Mr. Hazlett set out to find Lancaster: iw per acre. 01 ....beauacres, 6 miles rarm here again en route to see a petite it. the deputy. As Jim Burton is n court- from Slaufonl ; J6j per acre. HtiRtonville. visits are becom- him away, the ladies are said to have enHis ty at Farm. 100 acres finely improved. 36 ing innn, nnd a promiscuous one nt that, acre. from Stanford; $45 ing alarmingly frequent, his rivals there joyed tho occasion greatly, thereby prov- it was nearly 2 o'clock before the man 3 milesSuburban propeity per Kowland, 36 acres, t 37. ing that men are not nearly as necessary well improved; $4,000. ' think. to woman's happiness, ns some of them and tho key were found, and then Mr. A number of cheap mountain farms in Lincoln Misa Maugahet IIkid, n very Number Cooper was awakened to issue the nec- county. A numberofof lots in Stanford,insome with improved lots Liberty, houses. and cultivated lady of Nashville, is Beein to imagino. essary papers, which ho accommodat- Caic county. description of these properties will be givand the Full the guest of Miss Mnttie White TiiEcoutt-hous- e was rammed, crammed ingly did. Tho occasion for so much upon application two honored our oflico with their pres- and jammed again Saturday night to Bee haste was not apparent until yesterday, en ence yeeterday. tho Caledonians' perform. King Master when Mr. George Washington Crabtree, Du. A. S. Pkick, who has been in Thomas M.Owsley delivered a very exwith fire in his eye, blood in his heart bad health for some time, went over to cellent welcoming address and told what and a doublo barreled gun in his hand, Garrard yesterday to see if his mother his performers were expected to do. He camo to town aud swore out a warrant, LINCOLN COUNTY COURT. Regular Term, held July 9 1894. could get him all right again. Poor fel- then introduced hia Egyptian pair, im- charging Mr. Hazlett with forging hia Hon. W. E. Varnon, Judge. sick and sweetheart gone. It ia ported at the enormous coat of 15 cents, wife's name. The marriage had not oclow; A petition having been filed before the Judge of the too bad. and they made the building ring with curred, and instead of listeniug to a cer- the Lincoln Countr aCourt on of the loth dav of legal voters 1804, signed by number Mb. Ben A. Eaton, managing editor their wonderful oratory till Jack Beaz- - emony which would bind bim to the June, town nl Crab Orchard, asking that an or of the made calling an election to be held In said of that sterling democratic daily, the In ley's false whiskers decided to come off, girl of his choice, Mr. Hazlett probably der beon town tto a few and he went with them. The featuro of dianapolia Sentinel, ia spending listened to the reading of a warrant Day 1894. weeks at Crab Orchard Springs, and yes- the evening was Misa Flora Ballou'a reci- pharoini! him with a penitentiary of terday he and Dr. Dick and wife and tations. She ia decidedly gifted in that fense, aa tho paper waa put in Deputy To take the sense of the legal voters of said town, who are qualified to vote at an election for county Mrs. Gus Hofmann drove down to see line, and her talent has been cultivnted or not spiritproposition Sheriff Menefee'a handa. Following ia p otGccrs upon the malt liquors whether sold, barterahall be uous, vinous the sights of tho capital of Lincoln. in Boston's superior school of elocution. verbatim et literatim copy of the al- ed or loaned or therein, said petition coming on for Wm. N. Lackiy, son of Mr. and Mrs. She was loudly and longly encored and leged forgery: hearing on the oth day of luly, 1844, it being the first day of the regular July term, 1894, and it ap 8. E. Lackey, of Gallatin, Tenn., and finally responded inn reproduction of a i or therize you to pearing that the legal voters 01 said town signing mr. Countey clerk M. Lack- school entertainment, in which her vergrand-eosaid petition represents more than J5 per cent, of of Mr. and Mra-give mr. charloy hazlett . licena to marrr the votes cast 10 said town at the last general elecey, senda ua samples of his engraving satility and powers of mimicry were evi- my daughter nannio young, eigned by tion, and all of the requirements of law having that an complied btn be held on with: It is ordered August, electhat show him to be a real artist. Ho is denced by assuming a half dozen or more mary ane crabtreo. 1SU4, on the asnd day of tion already characters and reciting the piecea assignhours ot 7 A. M. and 4 P. M., for the between the quito young, but his talent has Lato yesterday Mr. Menefee returned pusposeot taking the sense of the legal voters ol been appreciated by newspapers, which ed them. The Cook Bros., of Dan- nnd informed ua that after much difficul- said town who are qualified to vote at elections lor county officers, upon the proposition whether accept and pay for his work. ville, made the music for the occasion ty, he succeeded in finding and arresting or not spirituous, vinous or malt liquors shall be or loaned Misa Sabua Pinninqton Hayb was on and were much complimented. The de- Hazlett, and waa returning with him to ssld, bartered certified totherein, the result of said and returned as requirto be Saturday's train en route to Pittsburg to bate, if such it could be called, seemed town, when Crabtreo and his wife came election in election lor county officers. ed bylaw it made in conformity to an The visit Mrs. J. W. Baatin. She has just to be more to advertise the fact that Sam on the scene and said they would drop opinionfollowing order of the Lincoln Circuit Court and mandate of W.B. Penny and others vs. W. K. Infirmary at Menefee had gotten left in a love affair, the case graduated at tho Protestant the case, if he would return the licenae in Varnon, Judge of the Lincoln County Court, Lexington, which she has been attend- than anything elae, as well as to get off to the clerk. "I never did keer for you when it waa held with the Judge of the Lincoln County Court as a ministerial officer is required ing two years, and is very proud of her funny things, some of which were hoary no how" said the girl, "you over persuad- order such election upon the presentation of to a of money to the and diploma, which she has earned by close with age, on the members of the society, ed me. Take thorn license back to the petition as payment which opinion meet Judge of the in this case considers attention and study. Her general aver- and at its conclusion, Mr. W. H. Sbanka, clerk." Mr. Menefee brought him in, the Lincoln Cannty Court, tribunal. control him until teversed by a higher age waa 85 and on materia medica, 97. on the part of the judges, very appro- the license was returned and Hazlett The following officers are appointed to hold wit. 8he baa already been offered a yearly po- priately announced that their decision wont his way a aadder, if not a wiser election, toNo. W. K. Buchanan, L. A. Pettus, Precinct month and expenses, but would be reserved till the question bad man. "I got no use for that fellow any- Judges, K. K. Farris, sheriff. W. A. Carson, elk. sition at $25 a Precinct No. s.- -l. P. Gllkerson, I H. Steph-enwill likely offer her services as prlvato been discussed. Richard Bush, editor way." Mr. Crabtree explained "he'a Judges, John McCIure, sheriff, W, 11. Hans- Hurae. We know of no young lady bet- and proprietor of the Plagiary, read his one of them onery sanctification men, fA copy'sttest: GEO. B. COOPER. Clerk, ByJ.H. Burton, D, C. ter qualified to earn her living or who paper, which waa full of bon mots and that ain't no good for nothing." deserves so much credit. take offa, which showed much originaliIn compliance with the requirements of the law A dispatch Bays that John Sapp was the foregoing order cf flecton by the County ty and proved that it waa a misnomer. Judge ot Lincoln County Is published for the inJ. N. Menefee, Cin AND VICINITY. The next meeting will be at the same run over by the cars at Middlesboro and formation of ail concerned. Sheriff Lincoln Co. July 16, 894. "fatally injured. He will die." place on the night of Sept. 1. top corner of this pge. the six-draw- slx-ho- lo Courier-- Journal. Jon, m m re-op- m K Widowettea is the pretty word in"Fair, stationary temperature Tuee vented to designate the ladies whose day." j widowhood is due to the law courts. J. E. Dickey, a bachelor, aged G5, "Doc" Berhy was quarreling with bis wife nt Mt. Vernon, when her brother and Miss Mary Wright, 03, were married in Ohio after 20 minutes' acquaintance. Jeeao Pike, shot him. m The calculation is made that an avThe city fathers of Kowland have pass- erage of 11,000 marriages is performed daied an ordiunnce compelling tho bar ly. It seems like that ought to give evrooms to closu nt 10 o'clock at night. ery old maid a chance. 9 Dr. Price's understudy, Mr. Nathan Have you forgotten that your account McKinney, came into this office yester has been duo for two months nnd that wo need tho money ? Severance & Son. day In great trouble over the fenr that the doctor had lied to Cincinnati with a The handsomest lino of lamps and fair mnlden. Wo don't believe a word queenswnre in town. Call and seo and of it, however; but then again wo may you will bo well paid for your time. Far- be mistaken. ria & Hardin. Some time ago Amos W. Wnufie, of Kinnicnnio. N. Y., inserted an advertiseA NUMiiBiiof gomlolera were ditched ment in a Cincinnati paper to at Dillion Sundny nigiit, nnd nil trains that ho was on the matrimonialthe effect market. for '21 hour? were delayed, 20 till 8 yesIt was seen by Mrs. Mary Floorees, of terday and 2 to 2:30 i. M. Springfield, Ky., who answered it. Tho While driving to court at Danville two corresponded for n brief period, and yesterday, Mr. E. E. Wright's horao ran the affair ended in their marriage Tuesaway with him, throwing him out and day. Thomas W. Mann, aged 28, nnd Miss bndly cutting him about the head and Monie II. Moore, n pretty little damsel face. of 17, enme up from Junction City, SatOun Louis has gotten himself in trou- urday, nnd were married by Judge W. ble. A dispatch from Lexington says: E. Varnon. After the ceremony, the The Henry Clay Republican Club, of groom said to the judge, "Look here, this city, has brought suit againBt the boss, wbnt ia that you said about loving Breckinridge Club and L. II. Ramsey & and supporting this gal long as she lives." Co., sign painters, for appropriating a "You promised," said the judge," to love, fine republican banner belonging to the cherish, protect and support her during republicans, and painting a likeness of life. No divorce goeB when I marry a Col. Breckinridge upon it. couple, and father moro you have also to The best rain for months fell Sunday vote tho democratic ticket aa long aa you afternoon nnd it seems to have been gen- live." "I'll always vote that ticket," said eral over the country, with the excep- tho fellow," but I tell you right now- - I tion of the West End, which only had a ain't going to live with her no longer dust In) er. Here the ground is wet sev- than she behaves herself." eral inches and sufllclent to make the Alix, the pretty little mare, won the corn and grass take a new lease of life. at Terro Haute Friday in 2:00, good wetting. We Danville also enjoyed a did give up the hope that it would 2:00 nnd 2:051, the fastest three heats never rain again, satisfied tiiat liro. Barnes and ever trotted. Ryland T. was second, Pixiey third, Belle Vora fourth and WalMisa Marie are right when they sing: ter E. was distanced. On the same day It may not bo my time, it may not be Oakland Baron, trotted n thy time, But yet in His own time tho Lord will mile in 2:1GJ, lowering Boreal'a record 3 of a second. provide. The teachers of Boyle county have orNKW ADVERTISE KNTS. ganized a county association for the purimprovepose of meeting monthly for ment. They will buy 50 or 100 volumes by standard authors on matters pertaining to education. The officers of the asOPENS SLPr.3, i$94, sociation are: E. L. Grubbs, president; F. J. DUFFY. A. B., Principal. (ono from each district) J. L. Brady, Mr. Edwards, Misa Emma suffMiss Matlle Paxton will assist provided Knox, Wm. Lawwill, W. 0. Grinstead, icient number of pupils can be enrolled. a 48 Mrs. H. II. Shearen; secretary, C. C. Bngby. The literary committee is Prof. J. W. Rnwlings, Miss Keith Green, Miss Bngby. The llrst meeting of the association will be held Sept, 29. H. HELM. W.H.MILLER m Deign to listen, one and all, And give your attention to this call. New goods received, of the latest style, Kind friends, no trouble to look awhile, Sure to please in both quality and price. Try him once, he'll do; try him twice. His finger, side combs and pins for the hair; Each one selected with especial care. v Just think of the beauties in China and glass, Every one demanding a look as you pass. Who could resist going in to behold Emeralds and diamonds and glittering gold? Look well up and down and along the line; Each look will reveal letters prime, Rightly naming the man of this rhyme. m 1 Bona Me SALE OF 1 1 1 Glothing at Gost. Every Suit, regardlest of weight or color, free-for-a- ll WILL BE SOLD .At cost for the next Stanford Male Academy HUGHES & TATE. vice-preside- -- 1. REAL ESTATE. MILLER HELM, Do you buy your Dry Goods ? Do You to-da- y d hired-over-agai- n, Want to Trade Where the Price Is the Same to All ? ? ? ? ? Where you can depend on getting the best Where you always get them at the lowest price Where they don't mind showing goods Blue-Gra- ss Where they are looking to the interest of the customer WHERE 1 LOW PRICES ARE , A RULE And not an exception? Itlue-lira- ss - tsiue-itra- ss If you do, then go to Blue-Gra- ss hand-Bor- ne SlHVlJl&AJraffiJ -- 8 of- - 3 BNo m Order of Election. My Stock Household Furniture! Is complete, every piece being bought direct from the best manufacturers the country affords. If you want a bill of Furniture I will make it aid of August. TO YOUR INTEREST To come to Stanford. You will find that 50 or 100 miles will be a a pleasant as well as profitable trip when you learn that my n W. FMICES Than any quoted in Kentucky. A1E MWJEB Give me a call. W. W. WITHERS. LAMPS, LAMPS, LAMPS. Parlor Lamps in great variety. Handsomest line ever brought to Stanford. We also lead in es, 1 s. Queensware, Glassware, &c. Call and See a Beautiful Line. fi Riad FARRIS & HARDIN. 4 ti-X- V . - i j. , - L Iujh 4 ', rVtr- - - - " fn ifSipr!. P-T,- if tion took effect), to clusive. Published by direction of Gov. HF'IR.irD.A.'Y". John Young Brown ) Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 15, 1S93. When necessary To His Excellency, tho Governor of Kentucky: K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Sir: I have tho honor to report that Train naves Rowland at 7:0a a. ra., returning I was this day present at tho monthly settlement made between the auditor of 'L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. public accounts and the State treasurer Mail train going North .l 37 Pm for the month ending 31st day of Octo" " South....... 13 pm 11 jl pm ...... ber, 1SD3, and that tho law was complied Expraas train .. South . N0rth 33m tvith in all respects. Tho settlement Local freight North .936am ' South..-- . ao7p ta shows a surplus in the hands of the The latter trains alio carry patiengeri. The above U calculated on itandard time. Solar State treasurer at tho close- of business on Irae it about to minutes fatter. the 31st day of October, 1S93, of $11S,-77- 4 settlement made between the auditor of public accounts and tho Stato treasurer ner for the month ending 31st day of May, Of hie monthly investigations into the Published Every Tuesday and Friday accounts of treasurer anil auditor of pub- 1S9I, and that the law was complied with all respects in said settlement. The AT Commonwealth of in settlement shows a deficit in the treasury $2 PKR YKiVUIX AD VANOH lic accounts of the Kentucky. at the close of business on the 31st day irWhen not to paid S2.50 will be charged.-o(Embracinij the period from Novemof May, 1S91, of $100,042 83. ber, 1SD3 when law requiring publicaIn addition to this deficit, there are July, 1S94, both inSemi-Weekly a Interior Jourm. Report of the State Inspector and Exami W. WTien Baby was slclc, we jav her Cantor!. When rdio mi a Child, aho cried for CaMorla, When alio became Miss, ah clung to Cajstori. When aho had Children, she gpvetheui C&ttoria, I. DAV'SON Two doori above Pott-OUic- e. cinct. It a Candidate tor Magistrate In the Slanfoid preSubject to tho action of the democracy. Always on hand DAVID II. C. PEYTON, democratic party. In the Hiistonvtlle Magisterial District, tubject to the action ot the Tho Nobiest and Nicest Goods? Can be had in the market. Price lower than the lowett Mourning goods a specially. Call and etamine beforo buying MAIIY DAVIS DUDDERAR. Mrs. Kate Uudderar, Manager. Stanford, Ky COMMERCIAL BLOCK It a candidate for Conttabtc W 1 6 OR 8 PAGES. "EVEBY outstanding unpaid warrants ot V. H. $102,-012.S- S. POSTED. This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and others not to trespass on our lands without at all tu.h will be prosecuted to the ful est extentof the law. Signed. W. M. n, J. A. SHANNON, Is a candidate for Constable to Ihc Hustonvillc I'reclnct. Klcclion November next. Kespectfully submitted, ThoDaris Vertical Fes. Are - iking Hichiiu: Gardner, State Inspector and Examiner. To His Excellency, ;C. D. SMIIJEY It a candidate lor Justice ol the Peace in the precinct, tubject to the aition ol tho democratic party. Hus-tetivll- le Frankfort, Ky., July 7, 1S94. the Governor of MKS.AMANOA ALCORN. a HKWr. tin- beet because hcy run lighter and can do greater variety of wotk than any other tewing machine. The Kentucky: Sir: I have the honor to BUaCSTT 1 - QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Going North trams pus Junction City at foVestibule ttartt 6 a. m. Vesllows: tibule Limited 3J5 p. tn. Local i:to p. m. Florida a. m Limited South N O. Vestibule 11 iS p. m. Florida si Limited ia:i.ea m Local 11.53 p. in. Vestibule ar'rivcsfS 40 p. m. To Blue-Grast Blue-Gra- 02. Kespectfully summitted, report that I All klndt of Carriage and Buggy Tops, Dishes Is a candidate for lustlceof the Peace in the litis- this day present at tho monthly set- and Fenders whb tonvillc precinct ; subject to the action cf the democratic party. tlement made between the auditor of REPAIRED AND RECOVERED public accounts and tho State treasurer BENEDICT, T. style and it Satisfactory Prices. for the month ending 30th day of June, In JOHN II. DcNARDI, law was compiled The present Con. table, it a candidate for 1S9J, and that tho Carriage l'aintcr and Trimmer, in the Stanfnrd precinct, subject to the action Stauford Ky. with in all respects. The settlement ol the democratic party, Election In November, lie atktyour support. shows n detlcit in the State treasury at RUSSEXL S: BROWN, I'irtt-claii TOF3. I. II. ADAMS, Ladles of Lincoln County Are cordially invited to call at the b't Asaph Hotel and examine the machine, as well at tain pletnfilt work. McMUKKAY BROS.. Stanlord, Ky J. DR. W. B. PENNY DcntiNt. Office South fid Main St., in office recently vacated by Dr. Lee F. Hulfman, Stanford) Ky. lo-fl- II. Gardner, State Inspector and Examiner. Frankfort, Ky., Dec. 11, 1S93. W. the close 6f business on the 30th day of unpaid warrants of June, 1S94, of 100,900.10. In addition to this uehcit, Were are outstanding of $210,-011.45. Pioprietots VENDOME HOTEL, Main and DantilleSts , Huttoulle, Ky, We have recently repainted and refurnished the House throughout and are prepared to accommodate the public In slrle. Our Rates are very reasonable and a good table at all timet. Special attention to traveling men, Elegant t a tus ple room attached. Alto a aloon connection with the Hotel. Call and see ut. .15 first-clan first-clas- 21x1013 I will Land for Sfcls I Higgins & Watts, ...Dealers n.. His Excellency, tho Governor tell at public auction on the premltet on Kentucky: JIbsoIirfeJy Pure der. Highest of all in leavening Latest United States strength. Government Food Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 Wall Street, Now York. A cream of tarter baking pow- THE London, RILEY - - HOUSE Kentucky. d. F. B. RlLEY.lProprletor, I have moved to my new Hotel and am better prepared than ever to accommodate the public Good Livery attached and every convenience Give me a call. y; FRANK RILIY, transfer across Cincinnati to make connections. Your ticket should read via the BIG FOUR Route to enjoy thete privileges. Solid trains between Cincinnati ana St. Louis, with Palace Sleeping Cars between St. Louis and Washington, Kentucky: C., vjathe BIG FOUR Route. Sir: I have the honor to roport that V.The elegant tervice effered by the BIG FOUR nd M. Loult It excelled by between Cincinnati was this day present at the monthly no other line. Night traint are compound ot new settlement made between tho auditor cart throughout, coachetof the latest improved pattern ana Wagner bleeoing in tervice lor of public accounts and the State treasur- the tint time. Day tralnt hasetars Parlor and Draw-- , Dining Cars- - and Cars and er for the month ending 31st day of De ing RoomPalace Bullet exquisite Cars between M. Sleeping through cember, 1S93, and that the law was com- Louis and Washington D. C.. via Cincinnati. In V Ohio Rv., (u con. plied with in all respects. Tho settle- dianapolis and Chesapeake F V." The Dining nection with thefamout "F. ment shows a surplus in the hands of the Car Service extends through from St Loult to lull infoimatioti regarding rate, Washington the State treasurer at the close of busi- etc., apply to nearest ticket cgent, or address D B. Martin, Gen'l Patt. and Ticket Agt.,.or E. O. ness on the 31st day of December, 1S93, McCormick. Pats. Traffic Manager. Sir: I have the honor to report that I was this day present at the monthly settlement made between the' auditor of The Big Four Route to Chicago and St. public accounts and the State treasurer Louis. for the month ending 30th day of NoThe BIG FOUR route hat the best terminal fa. Chicago on All vember, 1S93, and that the law was com- cilitiet at Chicago. trackstnlnt enter miles alonp six of the Illinois Ceutral plied with in all respects. The settle- the Front, through the mott picturesque portion Lake city, and landt passengers In the magmff ment shows a surplus in tho hands of of theNew Central Station on Twelfth Street and cent State treasurer at the closo of bus- Lake Front. This station is convenient to the the lt Richelieu, Victoria and Lcland iness on the SOth day of November, 1S93, Auditorium. within two blocks of the State and Wabash Street Cable Lnet and tho South Sldo Eleof $937,048.49. vated Railway. Convenient stops are also made Street and Kespectfully submitted, at Hyde Park.Thirty-uintStreet Stations. W. H. Gardner, Magnificent Vcsilbuled Tralnt, Parlor Cars, Wagner Sleeping Cats, Private Compartment lluf. State Inspector and Examiner. fct Sleeping Cart and Suptrb Dining Cars. No Ho-te- Kespectfully submitted, W. II. Gardner, State Inspector and Examiner. Saturday, September 1st, 1894, At 10 A M, a tract of oo Acrct of Knob Land, owned by the late T 1). Hill. It hat So appl good watrees on it and a spring at ter. Terms made known on day ol tale. t I. II. WILSON, Eaor T. D. Hill. never-lalling 47-j- All Hinds Stanford, .. of Coal, Ky. VOU ARE J D. S. CABPENTER, J. B. Green, At the well. known old ttand ol in Bridgo Building:! Sealed proposals will be received by the under signed at Stanlord, Ky., for an Iron Bridge to be built over I.ogan't Crick, near aiaaioru. Ky. un til Sept 4, iSaj. Bridge to cover space 89VJ fret between abutments 16 fret wide. Work to be completed by Nov. 1, i8--. Apply to letter on in person to J. . IIOSLKV, Rpeotfull3r Invited. I am lutt back from the cities with a large and well selected stock of MI LLI NEK V, which I will tell cheaper than er. Mist Laura Jart-o- , a superior tilmmer Irotn Cincinnati, has engaged wuh me and I can guarrnlec satisfaction in escry particular. Call aad tee my goods. MISSLICCIK BKAZLKY, Stanford, Ky. Hustonvillo, - Kentucky. Has Jutt recened a beautiful line of Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. Call and tee hit ttock and get hit prices which are lower than anybody t. II you want a nice set of htroess, a whip or a duster. Binder Twine for tale. n Twenty-secon- d J. S. OWSLKY.SR,, JOHN BRIGHT, J. H. McALISlEIl, 47-t- d Committee. Frankfort, Ky., Jan. S. 1S94. To His Excellency, the Governor of Jersey -:- - Dairy. 0iM . I A. G. HUFFMAN, Pror. Having bought out G A Peyton, ( am prepared to lurnith my customers with the best ot Milk fiom the purest breeu of Milk delivered At the prices already established in Stanlord and Row land twice per day All accounts due at the end of y days. I will Jersey Cows, R. Zimmer, DEALER IN- - For also stand my thoroughbted Jersey Bull, a.... to had the cock! 'ortune to rr. ceire a tmall bottle of Cnaraberlain's Colic, CI ol- - At TWO DOLLARS AND A HALF the season. Kemeay wneu inrec A. G HUFFMAN. era and Iharrhoea W. H. Gardner, Thlt hit familr were tick with dysentery State Inspector and Examiner one small bottle cured them all and he bad tome prominent let which ofhe gave to Geo. W Baker, a and it curthe place. Lewiston. N.C., merchant Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 10, ed himof the same complaint. When tr ublid To His Excellency, the Governor of with dysentery, diarrhoea, colic or cholerr morbus Lounges, Mattretics, Rocking Upholstering give thlt remedy a trial and you will be more than Chairs and all kiudt ol Kentucky: pleased wuh the result, l'he pral-- c that natuial-l- y follows its introduction anu use hat made it veSir: I have the honor to report that I ry popular. a and Jo cent bottles for tale by Dr. was this day present at the monthly 8. G. Hocker, Druggist. Stanford, Ky. And Varnished. Pricet to tuit the timet. Call m settlement made between the auditor of and tee me at II. C. Rupley't old ttand opposite World'es Fair for 16 Conta. See tho Straub't Tin Snop. public accounts and the State treasurer Upon receipt of your addicts and 15 cents in JOHN T. BLANKENSHIP. TL, Main Street, Stanford, Ky. for the month ending 31st day of Janua. K stage Stamps we win man yuu uui 35 im rtfolio of the World's Columbian Imposition ry, 1894, and that the law was complied The reijular price is 50c, but as we want you to ou will Breeder and shipper of onewe make the price nominal with in all respects. The settlement haveit a work of Art and a thing to be prlred. It find buildings, of the K" shows a deficit in the State treasury at contains full page vlewt and is executed in the SURGEON DENTIST. Duroc Red with descrlpticusof same the close of business on the 31st day of highest ttyle ol art. If not tatltfied with it alter Office over McRobtrts Drug Store in the d Hogs. you iret it we will refund the stamps and let vou Owtley Building. January, 1S95, of 52,030.32. keep the book. Address H. E. Bucklen A- Co., Stanf.rd; from registered ttoclc for tale, from the best "Pigs Chicago, III. Kespectfully submitted, herds in Ohio and Illinois. Call and examine my herd oraddrest R. II. Bronaugh, Crab Orchard. W. H. Gardner, of $554,305 CO. Kespectfully submitted, I'.i.mnrr Slnilrc(SubjectSt. Registry) of to Lambert, Fancy : Groceries, Refreshing1 Bath, Hot or Cold, A stylish Hair Trirr or Clean Shave, jo l4. GENERAL REPAIR SHOP. Foreign and Do mestic Fruits, Candies, Nuts, Cook fc Fnrmor'B Bnrbor Shop. The Myers House, IMW.GUEEN, rroprietor. mMsjUjM' IX. Furnituro Ropairod, Stanford, : : : Kentucky. Tobacco, Cigars. Bron&ugh., Headquarters lor almost anything you want. When you vant,ahrst-classmeal I am Hill running this n Hotel aad will continue to give my gueott the politett attention at well at the belt the intrkct atfutdt. Thoroughbred Jersey fflftxp A. S. PRICE, pecial Attention to tho Traveling Public. When you want a first-class turnout come to ay for 25c, call on him. LIVERY STABLE. Pricet lo suit the hanl timet at the Mycrt House Omce Call or leave order ..Y VOU ARK GOING NORTH or WEST, THE LOUISVILLC A NASHVILLE R. R. Is the line for you, at its Double Dally Trains Make connections close at ORDER Frankfort, Ky., Mar. 12, 1894. To His Excellency, the Governor of SEPTEMBER 1, 1S94. Kentucky: Court Held July Sir: I have the honor to report that I W.Lincoln Countyudge. Presiding. g, 1894, Hon. E. Varnon, was this day present at the monthly The election submitting to the voters of the Ci whether or not spirituous, vinous settlement made between the auditor of ty of Slanfoid shall be sold, bartered or loaned or ma.tlhi.uort public accounts and the State treasurer therein, having become void by reason ol the fan pott notices of the same, the ureoi the for the month ending 2Sth day of Feb- petitioners sheriff to appeared in open court and by attorney 01 inc hied a cop ruary, 1894, and that the law was com- cuit Court y ol tr.e luugmem II. Penny ..inc in cir and others, In the case of W. plied with in all respects in said settleUintlffs. vt. W E. Varnon, Judge of the Lincoln County Court, upon a motion oi a writ 01 iranaa-mument. The settlement shows a deficit in a cony of said judgment having (ten on the .' day June, 1894, the State treasury at the close of busi- as judgeolafcretaid, byserved upou the defeudant, hit accepting tame, the por ness on the 2Sth day of February, 1894, tion of laid judgment awarding the writ of manof $14,013.50. Sta'e Inspector and Examiner. OF ELECTION. R. ZIMMER. Stanford, Ky. . Fanners Bank&Trnst Paid up Capital of Surplus, . Co every morning at the rate of FIFTY CENTS PER HUNDRED POUND LOIS and over.and at 75c in smaller lott. 10 E. BHEMEIt, Stanford. I am now ready to dellvei manufactured Ice Irom the Stanford Factory to cuttomert regularly Or STANFORD, KY., If now fully organised and ready for bmiaett wilts $200,000. '2L000. i. LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information enquire of Kespectfully sudmitted, W. Judge of LlncolIni flrf. This cause wat tubmitted by the parties upon JOES. KICK. Agent, their agreed statement of the question in contro Stanford, Ky Frankfort, Ky, April 12, 1S94 Or ertv and ol the facts on file, and upon t e aflida-vW. A. McQUOWN, Trav. Patt. Agent, rit on file, and on the motion of plaintiffs for To His Excellency, the Governor of City, Ky Junction of maudatnut, notice of which motion wa waived Kentucky: defendant, and the court bemg advised it by the was the ot opinion, ana adjudged that it wn Sir: I have the honor to report that Wat dutv of thetodefendant at Judge otIt the Lin A. G. Lanham John B.,Castleman. county court to order the election asked fore I was this day present at the monthly coln plaintiffs in their petition to said defendant, settlement made between the auditor of by that plaintiffs are entitled to the remedy and motion; public accounts and the State treasurer sought by theirthe writ oftheir motion it therefore mandamut is awarded sustained, and for the month ending 31st day of March, aalntt W E. Varnon, Judge of the Lincoln i comn anded at the next by which he 1S91, and that the law was complied with Court, term of the Lincoln County Court to en regular ter upon the order book of hit court an order di in all respects in said settlement. The to be held in and for the city II. Gardner, damus it in words and figures at follows, Lincoln Circuit Court. W. B. Penny, and others, Pint. t: State Inspector and Examiner. W. E Varnon, vt Judgment. rn it ROYAL OP LIVERPOOL. MANAGERS, Insurance Company I w r BARBEE&OASTLBMAU Commerce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. W. A. TEIBBLE, Local Agent, STANFORD, KY. San Francisco Portland. A World's rfair Record. CHICAGO VIA -- fM l0UISVIllt.NwMBA1lTaCHICAC0KrUK TTJLLMANSAITD PARLOR CARS. ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE reeling an election of settlement shows a deficit in the Stpte of Stanford and directing the Sheriff poll Lincoln therefor county to hold au election and open a treasury at the close of business on the at each of the voting placet in oald city, for the Carllslo, Mayavillo, Oynthlnnu, ol the legal voters of purpose of taking the sense Falmouth unci Covington. 31st day of March, 1S94, of SI 23,772.51. taid city upon the proposition whether or not vinous or malt liquors shall be sold, bar- Atk for tickets via Kentucky .M In addition to this deficit there are Trains Inasmuch as, by reason tered run by Central Standard Time. outstanding unpaid warrants of $9,900.-3- 5. of the or loanedortherein. relutal defendant to make said order at Timu Tablo Jnne 94, 1894. the regular term of said court when plaintiffs apNo. t. No. 3. No. 7. plication wat made, it is now too late to hold taid TRAINS EAST. a. m. p. tu. p. in. Respectfully submitted, election on the dav designated in the plaintiffs' Un tne aird day 01 June, 1B94. Leave I'ranklort A 10 00 I 00 petition, it 7 4 W. H. Gardner, ' Summit .ml at rhe ume term enable the sher ff to comply t 10 416 706 law, that the said 1 State Iuspector and Examiner. with the requirements of the Jiunorn 5 .7 11 " bwitrer 1 40 should be advertised by him at least two 718 election 4S a 00 " Stamping Ground7i3 weeks before the day of election, the defendant is 4 38 Frankfort Ky., May 10, 1S94. Duvail a 10 commanded in hit said order lor taid election to 4 44 .734 To llis Excellency, tho Governor of fix another and later d.iy at reasonably near the " Johnson., a so .7 40 4 30 " Georgetown. ....H ,..7 46 day asked for by plaintiffs at will afford ample 4 57 35 Kentucky: by ' 7 3? t S. Depot 5 03 time for the advertitement thereof required 300 8 oS " Newton writ of mandamus hewill in no wite 5 13 Sir: I have the honor to report that I law. And tlii .! 8 16 " Cetitreville S 3 3? omit to obey." In obedience to the command in 11 8 30 was this day present at tho monthly set- said writ at above fully tet cut and it appearing Eluabeth 3 43 t. mAnv 10 the exneatet that aDDl- l- Arrive Pant 8 30 , C 4 OO i... tlement made betweon the auditor of ,1... ..... by law required lo pay hat ucuu paid are cantt held it ordered that public accounts and the State treasurer into court: ofItStanford, Ky., onan election be Sep. the ut 'ay of in the city i. p. 4. for the month ending 30th day of April, ..miier ito. betweru he hours ot 7 A. m and 4 I TRAINS WEST. No.m. No.ui. No.mS No. i a. a. . u 440 M A poll to be opened ai eacn 01 me voting Lve Paris ....C 6 O 1000 1S9 1, and that tho law was complied with 4 45 said city for the pull ow of takinjr tho Arr Elizabeth .10 10 5 l upon in all respects. The settlement shows a sente of the legal voters of taid city vinous the Arr Centreville 6 19 io 14 or Arr Newtown proposition whethtr or not tpintuout, -- lo it 3 40 deficit in the treasury at the close of bus- malt liquors shall be sold, bartered or loaned Arr C. S. Depot 9 3a 600 therein, the result 643 iness on the 30th day of April, 1S94, of to and returned as of said election toInbe certified Arr Georgetown B 10.17 7.47 the election Arr Johnson required by law 11 47 6J' 8 00 ... 1'ini.v,.. r tn.... $100,045.02. 6 7 10 31 Ol couuiy Arr Duvail 10 830 703 The following officers are appointed to hold laid' Arr Stamp'g Ground 11 00 In addition to this deficit, there are election: . . f Arr Switaer ..it 10 7 13 S50 .11 17 outstanding unpaid warrants of $119,-83- 0 Voting Precinct. No 1. I. M. Bruce and 11. K. Arr Llkborn 905 TO 11 13 7 36 Wearen.Judget, W. B. Penny, clerk, J. D. Jones Arr Summit 9 IS tplr-ituo.....-.-- SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL THOMAS Y EAGER. JAMES YKAGER. BANK OK STANFORD, Now doting up) with the tamt atttu and uniii inu tame management. I y provuiontof itt chatter, depotitnrt arc at fully protected at am depositors in National rEEO ANS STABLE, Uankt, itt shareholders being held Individually liaole to the eatcnt of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereof, in addition to th. Special Hates to Commercial Men. This stable, which It run n connection with the mount invested in such shares. It may act n Myers House, hatjbecn supplied with e.ecutor. administrator, truttee, Ac, at fully at as STANFORD. KY. an individual, To those who entrusted their buitincti to us A New Lot of Horses, If you need livery give ut a call. Nothing but while mnaglnjf the Lincoln National Bank ol Buggies,.Wagons, turnouti will leave our ttable. See ut Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and for ratct. In our trust they will continue to transact their business nil- - -- ruuimcr's Supplies and Is belter than ever with offering at a guarantee for prompt atttn-tio- n HARNESS SHOP uupply the public with prepaiei to aamo.oiir twenty years espenence ia banking and at literal accommodations at are conFIRST-CLAS- S RIQS OFALL. KINDS. You will find a good assortment of Hatnert, with sound banking, Ssddle,.Vc, llaveynur repairing done by sistent our man he understands hit business. We have a Personal and promptattention givento Wedding! iiikictohs: mechanic in our Partiet and Burials, J. J. Williams, Mt. Veruon; P.W.GREEN, S. H. Shanks, Stanford ; BLACKSMITH SHOP. AL BURNS, Manager. Proprietor J. S. Owsley, Stanford; Will guarantee first class work' and satisfactory S J. Einbry, Stanford; . nrices, Tiv our hone ahcx-rJ. II, Owsley, Stanford; Agents for iJccring Machines, the lightest draft machine on earth. J. F. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanlord; Shortest and quickest between A. W. Carpenter, MlllcdgevilU, K W. H.Cuinimnt, Preacherivill S. II. Shanks, President Only Direct Line between Dr. J.'B, Owtley, Cathier, W. M. Bright, Teller. Frankfort, Georgetown nnd Parle, MYERS HOUSE X.X1TER1T STABLI Carriages, YEAGER & YEAGER, P. W. GREEN, Prop. LIX7, miNl first-cla- tt u, 1 Bri-di- et, i Ky. Midland R'y, Cincinnati and Frankfort NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAILROAD. TICKETS ALL POINTS: SOLD TO FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. Capital Stock- Surplus - 8200, OOO 21,300 nv 1 as OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, -- TEXAS, lein 'E WEST, -T- KOHTfi-WES- T, SDUTH-WE- S1 FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. HE BEST ROuTETO THE COACHES, AND DINING NORTH AND EAST. 'ULIMAN VESTIBULEO 8LEEPIN0 CAR! SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE SO. RUNNING - DINING WRITE TO Kespectfully submitted: W. H. Gardner, Stato Inspector and Examiner. ' Voting Precinct, No. a. A. G. Eastland and J. H, Engleman.judget.J. R. Hales, sheritl, C. C. Canon, clerk. Votin Precinct. No. 3. J.M. Hail and J. k. m. VanArtdale.judget.Joteph Coffey, sheriff, SAt"nt-e- ' Arr Frankfiit...A R 11 30 7 33 A connecta with L. A N. C connecti with K. C. 9'$ Attention pr the public it invited to the fac that ihit It tho only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Bank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital ttock, but bv the ttockholdert' liability lo? an amount equal to the stock, to depositors ol thlt inttltution are tecured by athat of 3400.000. fund five sworn ttatementa of thocondillen of the bank are made each yearto the United States government aud its assets are examined at staled time by government agentt, thus securing addititnna and perfect tafety to depositors. Thlt institution, originally established ai the, Depotit Bank of Stanford in i8j8, then ised at the National Bank ol Stanford in 1805 and again reorganised at the Kim National Bank ol Stanlord in iS8a, hat had practically an uninterrupted exittenceofpj yeart. It is better supplied now with facilities for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in itt long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fidti- muiviuuait retpectlully aolic- Directory of this Bank is composed ol The Forcttus Reid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; an .i.ii,iiii,iuu connecti with Q. J. W.IIaydon, Stanford; S.1I. BaughinanJLincoIn; J. S , Hocker, Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford. K. L. Tanner, McKlnney ; M. J .Miller, Mt. Vernon. J S. Hocker, President; John J. McRoberU.Cathier; A. A. McKinney, Assistant CasMer, .V C. and L. S. SUNDAY TRAINS. Leave Frankfort 9 00 a. m; Georgetown 10 00 a. m. Lve Georgetown 10 37; arrive Frankfort 11 30 F' CARS. To G. P A Chicago, 111. Frankfort, Ky., June 11, 1894. Ills Excellency, tho Governor ol GEO. B. COOPER, Clerk Lincoln County Court. NORFOLK0IWESTERN RAILROAl CHEAPEST, BEST AND E.'H. BACON, D. P. A.. F. I.ouiivi!Ie, Ky. J, HEED, St, Paul. Denver. Kentucky: Sir: I have the honor to report that I was this day preeent at the monthly In compliance with the requirement! of the law tiont form the thortest and cheapest route to all points Nuth, Katt, North and West. the following order ol election Dy tne For fuither information apply to their agents. Judge of Lincoln County it published for the inC D. BERCAW, Gen. Pass. Agsmt. J. N. Menefee. formation of all concerned. GEO. B. HARPER, Gen. Supt Sheriff Linco 1 Co. ,394. uly The Kentucky QUICKEST LINE. Wrltu for Rates, Main, Descrinth 'mnphlcts, to any Station Agent, or to Tiinc-Tablc- s, W. B. BCVILL, Wol MmofcE,Va. r.r.ifrait. ALLEN HULL, 101.1 )IIIIS,U. III. r.M..y. r At. Tr.ttllnf M. T. BRACC, X$ UUi.MJkE. V. r..,