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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894082401 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. Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxii. WILUAMSBURWHITLEY COUNTY. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. AUGUST 24. 1894. MIDDLEBURC, CASEY ivns COUNTY. NO. 50 A nlco rain foil In almost every of tliu county Sunday. MIbh Ida Delnnuy, who hnsboen part visi- ting her brother, returned to her homo in I ronton, ()., Tuifulny night. Hev. C. 8. Mnrkln preached nt Oorbin last Sunday, J Co v. J. A. Jones tilled thu pulpit nt the M. U. church here. Will Finloy fell last Thursday and struck hla head on a atone and for boiuu time it was thought he would die, but he is out again. Judaea Alcorn and IJoyd, Messrs. John Hays, of Ilarbourvillo, and II. M. Gorine, of Jelllco, are thu visiting attorneys here now. I Mooro'a A vicious cow hooked little boy Tuesday tnornitiK. He is not seriously hurt, but badly scared and considerably bruised. Prof. J. C. Kyan, of Holden, Mo., is here visiting his parents. Mrs. .Susan Slier, of Slurpaville, Ind., is here visiting relatives. It ia tho first time alio has been hero in 33 years. Circuit court bcRati last Monday with It. D. Hill special juJge. Very little busineHS has been done bo far, except to disposo of the misdemeanor cases. Judge Heiskoll, of Knozville, was here Tuesday. Tho Mlaaea O'Mara very elegantly entertained their young friends of the town laat Monday evening. A largo crowd was present and no pains pparud to make evoryonu spend a delightful evening, which they certainly did. Mrs. J. L. Whitehead and children and Mibs Nellie l'arker are visiting in Jit. Vernon. Misses Nora and Fanniu Hill spent a few days in London. Mrs-J- . T. 0. Noe, of Springfield, is hero visiting her parents. Miss Mary ltout is visiting at Capt. I'M Arthur's. Jlias Annie Kelley, of Kuoxville, la visiting .Miss AlmaUooley. James Sutton has been elected town marshal, l'rof. GUI Thomas gave a musical last Friday ot tno court house. Laat Monday night Sampson Bol ton shot and killed lilue Durham in his watermelon patch. Holton says he heard eomn parties stealing hia melons and went out and ordered them to halt; they ran, he aimed to fire over them in the air and scare them, but the gun did not fire until after he had lowered it, thinking it was only going to snap. The ehooting occurred at I) and Durham died nt 1U. There wero two other parties with him. Bolton gave himself up Tuesday morning. Monday afternoon, Hon. John D. White, of Clay, and David G. Colson. opened the Congressional campaign for this district here. Mr. White says ho will not submit his claims to the primary to bo held Sept 29, because samo is illegal and that Mr. Colson had manipulated tho machinery to suit himself. The entiro proceedings were not republican and contrary to justice. He censured the State Central Committee and the district committee for being made a tool of by one man; says ho is for tho absolute repeal of the internal revenue law and for carrying out the principles laid down by the republican party in its platform Jtr. White says he is a candidate till the November election, subject to tho people. Want Squire Caldwell Again. We tho undersigned voters of Waynes, Monday will bo county court and h large crowd is expected in town. he union services w, i)0 ,ieId t ho Hsptliit church Sunday night, when Georgo Gowan. will .i. sermon. T lie public school Monday with a largo attendance. Miss Eliza Luak is principal and Mrs. Mary Ander-Ho- -- Next ML VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. -- The drouth - ,..i. J,i n n good shower of rain here Sunday night. -- V. H. Coleman fefl from n wagon a few days ago and was considerably bruia-Llder slightlv broken by Road working is in progress. Sparks' show exhibited here Wed-ncsda- y. op-n- od iiPHJHtnnt. tho largest green houso in Central Ken tucky. It is Lawyer Lewis Walker, now if you piease. Tills accomplished and accommodating young gentleman passed a examination and was granted license to practice The time lock on the safe at tho National Bank got out of shape tho first of tho week and refused to open. An expert was dispatched from Cincinnati and opened It in lees time than It takes to tell it. Leo Floyd killed another negro named Jim Sloan In Lower Garrard Tuesday night. Tho trouble was over Floyd's ifQ. Floyd escaped and has not been arrested. The grand jury has indicted Floyd for murder and from all accounts its a pretty bad cane. Circuit court hns been in session all first-class to-da- y. The pic nic at Hamniack Saturday was attended by n large crowd. Only ouo candidate for olllco was present, and a very enjoyable time waa spent. The stock of confectioneries, fixtures, c, of E. .A. Paecoe, was sold at auction Monday. H3 wlfa becamo tho purchaser and will continuo tho business. The prettiest box of cut flowers wo ever saw, was fixed up by Jliss Fannie Bishop, tho first of tho week. She line week Bnd a largo wealth cases been disposed of. In the case against Eh. Doty for killing Charley White, tho jury returned a verdict of not guilty and Doty was discharged. Work on the civil business commences to-da- y. number of Common- burg magisterial precinct respectfully ask K. B. Caldwell, Jr., to become a candidate for justice of tho peace for tho above precinct. D. Singleton, W. B. Skidmoro, G. E. Webb, James Yates, A. 0. Suddith, H. S. Keynelde, A. R. Singleton, W. H. Singleton, J. H. Caldwell, V. T. Denson, D.W.Caldwell, II. II. Culdwoll, J. W. Siruei, J. C. Gardmior, M. J. Murphy, W. JL Murpny, Josh JI osier, F. F. Moaier, W. JI. Singleton, Win. Hogue, G. A. Singleton, J. A. Lee, W. L. JlcOarty, Jas. Koy, Thos. Koy, Clias. Baker, 11. M. ltiguey, Sam Flint, Win. T. SiuiB, John Leach, Edmond Murphy, James Padgett, Geo. JI. Uigney, It. JI. Floyd, J. C. Tipton Simcs, 0. A. Smith, Win. Hart, J. T. Taylor, I. E. Fatknor, J. F Reynolds, G. T. Reynolds, .iff Sims, C. L. Heneley, J. G. Sims, Alex Fletcher, Win. Chesterfield, D. B. Flint. Sud-dlt- G. A. R. encampment at Pittsburg, Pa , September 8th to 10th. The Queen and Crescent Routo will make low reduced rates for the occasion. Call on any Q. & C. agent, or address I. Hardy, A. G. P. A., Vicksburg, Jliss., It. II. Garratt, Now OrleanB, La., A. J. Lytle, D. P. A., Chattanooga, Tenn., W. 0. Itinearsou, G. P. A., Cincinnati. m Lexinoton Fair. Aug. 28th to Sept 3rd. Tho Queen it Crescent Routo will sell tickets to Lexington and return each day of fuir7at one faro for tho round trip, 0. good to return until September 5th. W. Zell, D. P. A., Cincinnati, 0., W. 0. Kincaraon, G. P. A , Cincinnati, 0. My boy was taken with a disease resembling bloody flux. The first thine I thought or waa Cltmlerlatn's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Two doses of it aettled the matter and recommend cured him aound and welt. 1 heartily rom a like suffering this remedy to all persons any Inquiiios regarding -- . .,!:,,, l will answer it when stamp is enclosed. Ireler to any county J. officUlastomy teliabillty. Wm. Roach, aale by I'rimroy, Campbell county, Tenn. lot Hocker, Druggut. Stanford, Ky. Dr. S. I, The Southern Magazine for September contains as its leading article "Art in tho South" by that delightful writer on art matters, William Sartain, presented with reproductions of masterpieces of Darloy, Buciln'aArnloa Salvo. The beat salve In the world lor cutt, bruiieas Bingham. Glinedhinst, Allaton, and othores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever aorea, tetter, d er famous Southern artist. handi, chilblains, coma and all skia erup. lions. It positively cures piles, or no pay requirElder J. JI. Springer, ot Belle VerTwo Uvea Saved. ed. It ia guaranteed to ijive perfect satisfaction Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction Clt y, III., wa non, Pa., is a busy man. He preached or money refunded. 1'nce ac cent per boa told ny ncruociors sne nan conaumpiion anu tna For sale by A. R. Penny, Stant ord, Ky. there was no hope for her, but two botUes of Dt last Sunday at Duquesne, married a coucompletely cured her and King s "I know an old soldier who had chronic diar- - she saysNew Discovery It saved her life. Mr. Thos. Kggers, 119 ple at Fayette City, Monday, and coniuucjui mnK xanuuiK io nave been permanently currd by taking Chamberlain'a Colic, Cholera and ful cold, approaching consumption, tried without ducted a funeral at Belle Vernon on Diarrhoea Remedy." tayi Edward Shumnik. a result everything else then bought one bottle oi Wednesday. Ho la a preacher, a justice pi romtnent uruzclst ol Mlnneinnlu Mini, ..r Dr. King's New Discovery and In two weeks have told the remedy in this city lor seven yeara cured, lie Is naturally thanktul. It is sucn was of the peace and an undertaker, and, bereand conilderit superior to any other medicine now sults, of which these are samples, that prove the on the market for bowel complaints." aj and coc wonderlul emcacy 01 mis meuicme in cougnsand ing a furniture dealer as well, can also bottles of this remedy for sale hr Dr. s n Unit,. colds. Free trial Dottles at A. R, Penny's Drag assist at births by furnishing cradles to er, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. order. Store. Regular sire 50c and $1. chap-pa- Gen. Currio, commander of tho Ken- tucky Knights of Pythias, wired the hand Tuesday, that satisfactory rates to Washington had been made with the railroads and wanted the band logo. Tho contracts with the professionals that were to go had been canceled, so Gen. Currie, will have to get another band. None of the have seemed to know what they wanted to do, since thu trip was first talked of. No one will go from here. Tho next reunion of the Kentucky Mexican veterans will bo held at Sept. 2oth. Capt. McBrayer has written to Gen. Landram that there will bo an efibrt to get tho railroads to reduce tho rate of travel to f to all voterans who attend tho meeting. All are invited and urged to bo ptesont. It is expected that Gens. Buell, Buckner and Williams will bo present and that Gen. Hobson and Capt. McBrayer will give their recollections of the battle of Beuna Vista. At the request of Judge Saulley, Hon. John Sam Owsley, Jr., Commonwealth's attorney, delivered tho charge to tho grand jury Monday. Tho address was dignified and impressive and Bervod to show that our able and estimable young representative of tho Commonwealth is worthy of tho important ho occupies. It is n pleasure to both attorneys and litigants to witness the admirable manner In which Judge Saulley conducts the. business of his court. His promptness and expedition show his determination to do hia duty, and at the Batnu time his courtesy to attorneys, litigants and witnesses, jurors and tho oillcers of tho court is proverbial. Miss Alice Walton, of Cincinnati, is the guest of Mies Mattie Walker. Miss Kate Simpson visited her grandmother, Jlrs. Moses Collier, this week. Mr. Brown Anderson returned to Nicholas-vill- o Monday. Miss Delia Hughes has returned from a visit to Hustonville. Miss Carrie Woods entertained a few friends Tuesday ovoning. Mrs. JJzzio Denny is visiting her niece, .Mrs. Boiling, at Point Burnsido. Miss Katie Craig, tho popular visitor of Jliss Jane Lackey, returned Tuesday to Now Orleans. Miss Lillio Grant entertained Tuesday evening in houor of Misses Eliza Andorsou and Eva Grant. Jlrs. Frank Bruon, of Minneapolis. Jlinn., is tho guest of II. A. B. JIarksbury and family. Jliss Gulley is visiting Jliss Minnie West. Jlrs. Robert Hughes returned to Lawrenceburg Wednesday. MessrB. W. J. Kinnaird and JIcKee left Tuesday, tho former for Cincinnati and tho latter for Jliddlesboro. Mrs. A. H. Rice and Jlrs. Frank Bruen viBited Danville Wednesday. lo-c- a! Tho crowd that witnessed tho ordi nunco of baptism hero Friday was variously estimated at from 400 to GOO. W. P. Keenoy is confined to his bed with fever. Jliss Bartha Jones is also thought to be tnking the fever. Mrs. Bevice, who has been confined to her bed several weeks with that disease, remains about the Batnu, with no indications for the better. Miss Allio McDaniel, who was thought to be doing well, after an illness of several weeks, with typhoid fever, got much worse Thursday and died Friday night. She camo here from tho Masonic Home, at Louisville, to visit tho families of J. JI. Durham and Dr. J. T, Wesley and took sick shortly after arriv ing here. She had no relatives here, but a nurso was sent her by tho Home, besides bmo was kindly waited on by the ladies of tho town, and especially by Jlrs. J. JI. Durham, at whoso house she died. Her remains were buried Saturday in tho cemetery West of town, Tho meeting at tho Baptist church closed Friday. It was the most interesting meeting held hero for many years and tho good accomplished can hardly be estimated. The large house was filled to overflowing at each meeting and many had to remain out doors. Everybody seemed to regret that the meeting could not continue indefinitely, but Bro. Salioe had an appointment to begin a meeting at Rocky Ford, Sunday, and wishing to visit his father and mother at Somerset, before going there, he was compelled to close hero. There wero 15 aJditiona to tho church, and they with tho converts of Rev. H. M. Shouse's meeetingsat Carponter's Croek and at tho school-housabove town, wero baptized in tho river here, in the presence of the largest concourse of people ever assembled here on a similar occasion. e No rain has fallen here, except small sprinkles, for months. Tho infant son of Prof. Dickereon died Wednesday night, after a protract- Preparatory and Collegiate School for Girls. Thirty-thir- d year opens Sept 5, 1S94. A large nnd able faculty. Students last session from 13 States. Thorough training under Christian influence at mode- rale cost, Send for catalogue. Address Miss Scott, Anchorage, Ky. A B ELLEWOOD SEMINARY Anchorage, KY. MATRIMONIALMATTERS. Mrs. Adeie Ronalds, a wealthy widow of 70 years, was married in New York tho other day to Charles Reglid, aged 30. Mrs. Clara Quinu, of Oolumbus, 0., has asked for divorce from her husband. Her grounds are that he is too filthy to s, g, ono-hal- posi-tio- n live with. Tho Richmond Climax finds that from Jan., 1873, to Jan., 1S0L 2,014 white couples married in JIadison county. So far this year 80 licenses hayo boen issued. A.T.Harris, of Woodford, brother , of W. H. Harris, of Gentry A was married In JIadison to Jliss Lena 0. Field, daughter of Col. Thomas M. Field, representative in tho legislature from Woodford county. A cable dispatch from London states that tho engagement is announced of Miss Florence Pullman, daughter of tho sleeping-camagnate, to tho Prince of Isenhurg-Biretei- n of Austria. Jlr. Pullman only consented to the engagement on condition that the children shall possess the full rights of succession to the title, etc , of tho houso of Isenburg-Bir-stelThis is like counting the chickens before they are hatched, but it is a pretty safe couut. Harris-Danviller n. ed illness. The agency and tolegraphoillco has been reopened at Altamout, with Roy Brownlie as agent. A thousand came to town WednesJ. M. HUBBARD, A. M.President. day. About one half went to the circus the other cat watermelons. 4, 1894. Tho tower of the new school build- Full corpsof Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courjea in ing will ho ornamented with a patent An. Kxcelient boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnlinod on Literature, Music laad application. weather vane, tho invention of one of our citizens. In a family difficulty at Pino Hill, Doc Berry was shot in the leg by his brother-in-laJesse Pike. The wound is not considered dangerous. 10, 1894. Tho new Christian church at LivThirty Professors and Instructors; Nine Courses of Study, as folingston is nearly completed. The structure is commodious nnd handsome, prov- lows: Agricultural, Scientific, Biological, Chemical, Civil Engineering an elegant addition to that thriving ing, Mechanical Engineering, Veterinary, Classical, Normal School. COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. village. A Teacher' Association was held at Board in dormitories $2. 25 per week; in private families S.50 to 4.00! Buckeye last Friday. By the way where For Catalogues apply to is tho library for tho teachers of RockJAS. K. PATTERSON, Ph. D.( President, castle? A fund was started a year ago Lexington, Ky. for this purpose. Parties for the children have been THE HERD OF in order this week. They wero enter tained by Jlrs. J. N. Nesbitt Jlonday Red evening, by Jlrs. C. C. Williams Tups-da- y afternoon and by Mrs. W. JI. Weber R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, Wednesday evening. Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. Mr. James Cox, tho well known railroad carpenter, tells of a snake swallowPigs foi sale from the best types cf Registered ing a mole, near Gravel Switch, a Bbort Stock. llreeders secured from the best herds In several different States. Correspondence Solicited time since. He says tho mole cut its way out through the snake's side and dug into the ground and disappeared. The daily papers contained an account of the murder of John Merritt by miners in Mexico last week. It is thought Of Zinc and Can-uCovered Round and Square Top to be a brother of James Maret, of this place. He disappeared in the West 20 years ago and no tidings were ever had of him. A gent'eman, who onco lived here, remarked that after an absence of 10 years he fouud tho Bidewalks of Jit. Vernon unimproved. Cannot the city fathers give attention to this matter and And Bags. extend the sidewalks nt least one quarter of a mile out each street ? Jlr. and Jlrs. W. F. Brinkley and son Jliss Nannie Neat and Miss Ray Jones aro visiting at J. J. Williams'. Miss Alza Logan Brown has been the guest of Miss Llna Kennedy this week. Mieses Sallie and Mattie May Adams are the guest of Miss Jlav Miller. R. L. Thompson and family arrived Tuesday. J. L. For the Season of 1S94-- 5 and Whitehead and family are visiting relatives here. Dr. John JI. Williams is out from the city rusticating. Dr. J. J. Brown and wife attended the London Fair. Jliss Ray Junes is in With Companies of Known Merit. from Jl'boro. Jlrs. Sara Welsh is visitHouse seats 500; is lighted by electricity, has large stage and good ing her sons, Richard and Pat. Jlr. Win. Scenery. Cummins, who leit here 30 years ago for the West and located in Missouri, is here with relatives. Arch Kirby and family will start for Kansas, via wagon, in a Stanford, Ky. day or two. Mr. Jesse Williams, formerly of this county, is now visiting his brothers and other relatives here. He has lived in Carthage, 111., during tne last 30 years. L. T. Stewart, the "lumber king," of Wildio, was with us yesterday. Stanford Female College. Next Session Begins Tuesday, Sep. n t State CollegeiKentueky Opens September BLUE-GRAS- S Duroc Jersey Swine iP9HP0REpii s t TRUNKS VALISES H. J. McROBERTS. We Are Now Booking Attractions Solicit : Correspondence WSLTOIM BROS., H.6.RUPLEY,- Fire broKo out in tho big livery stable of Georgo T. Price, Bowling Green, and consumed every business house, except Morris' building, in tho block, extending from Center to Kentucky street, on both sides of Main. In the livery stable 20 head of valuable horses, as well as a largo lot of feed stuff and any number of vehicles, were burned. Loss $100,-00Postmaster Simeon W. A. StevenB, of South Gardner, JIass., who is 70 years of age, was appointed by Franklin Pierce in ISol, and has held the office contin. uously over since. It is said that there are only 19 postmasters now holding office whoso commissions antedate his. m Lives of great men oit remind us, Honest men uon't stand a chance, The more we work there grow behind us, Bigger patches on our pants. Ou our pants once new and glossy, Now are stripes of different hue, All because subscribe rs linger And sunt pay us what la due. Then let us all be up and doing, .Send your mite, however small, Or hen the snows of winter strike us, Wc thall have no pants at all. -F- rom J. Richard Bush's Plagiary. immk attfM l Keceiving His SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. call. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me IOE Someiibet Fair. The Queen A Crescent routo will run special trains from Oneida and from Burgin, including intermediate stations, to Somerset and return, to accommodate all desiring to visit the fair, Sept. 4th to 7th inclusive. Sea small bills for schedules of trains. Rate, one faro for tlie round trip, good to return two days after the fair. Ask agent for particulars. Kenneth Pazemore had the good fortune to receive a small bottle oi Cnambertain'a Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy when three memwith dysentery. This bers of hit family wcrt-Slc- k one small bottle cured them all and he had soma lelt which he gave to Geo. V. Maker, a prominent merchant of the place, Lewiiton, N. C, and it cured him of the same complaint. When troubled with dysentery, diarrhoea, colic or choler? morbus give this remedy a trial and you will be more than with the result. The praise that natuial-- y follows its introduction anu ust has made it very popular, ac and 50 cent bottles for tale by Dr. 8. G. Hocker, "Druggist, Stanford, Ky. Kin-nai- rd The only di rect line from Stanford to Washington. D, 0., is via the Chesapeake A Ohio route, therefore, if you are going to attend the Knights of Pythias Conclave which convenes August 22d to 2Gth inst you will want to tako the C. A 0. Two fast trains leave Lexington daily and arrive in Washington three hours in advance of any other line. No change of cars. One glance at tho map will convince you that the 0. A 0. is the only line to Washington. Tickets go on sale August 22d to 2Gth inst., good until Sep tember 15. For full information, sleeping car berths, tickets, etc. write or telephone George W. Barney, division passenger agent, Lexington, Ky. Kniouts of Pythias. VMM REFRIGERATORS nQc-- j - And - Now in stock will be sold W. H. WEAREN & CO. 109 90 C ...:..., WHAT DOES IT MEAN? It will that th. Qutrn ami Crescent Kont. It IT miles ihortnt tctw.uA I'lsriBiwtt oul I.tilnftous tlciiUi ihortnt Cinrinuitl ta Cindunitl toL'tmltAJKK.ra.AtUnu, 90i4ilveiUorteitl.i.(iiiuatltvw Orlej.; lw?iuilthortl ir J;k.uavUl., Phrer-lr- Uh.'llle. S. C, IMnct lint t TexatanJ Mexico vU New Urleani or ti ShrecH. Atk wents sliuut tours to California, l'rora I.ouliiille. thetbjrTill. nj I . rtnceliurr. direct cunnccUvu is maJ st Lciioftua vlth YetUWki trains to alt viau SaouUi. w. c. ntxEAnso.v. Oen'l I'ui'r Ajcat, Ciaciaca'J, 0. SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS letTeBllrthtOT pflntj. Throorh Cars In Vlekilnrt n. Uumnstl to knoitill. Oolr tin. runnlujr tlirourli ir ul t. y QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. . ,. '""' 8- - '" 'J U J''i y-- i'- - a."; ,;"" v ut.M "': 'V " v,iXT w i 11 14 '? k IRODHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Since August 15 the receipts from internal revenue sources at the United Semi-WeekMr. Thomas McRoberls wont to StanInterior Journal Police in WyonilnR are furnished States treasury have reached the unpre- ford Tuesday and brought back with cedented sum of $11,000,122. with bicycles. him a wagon lotd of melons. Coal is lower in Louisylllo now than Bro. S. Collier, tho pastor, assisted FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Stanford, Ky., August 24, 1894 for eightyears. by Bro. O. E. Powell, of Glasgow, began Prof. King, an jvronaut, proposes to Seed Fultz wheat for Bale. G. O. a sorles of meetings at tho Christian go to Europe in a balloon. Givene, Stanford. church hero Saturday night. Bro. PowW. P. WALTON. There are 71 people in England with Persons wishing hay baled will do ell has been doing tho preaching up to incoraeBjof over $250,000 a year. well to Bee M. S. Baughman. this time. Ho is a young man about 23 NOMINEES. DEMOCRATIC A railroad war has put tho fare from V. A. Tribhlo's Kate Malloy took years ot ago nud the writer pronounces to Huston, Texas, to $1. more bluo ties at tho Shelby yillo Fair him a first class preacher for that ago. Ho IAS. B. .M'CREARY St. Louis FOR CONGRESS Statistis soon grow extremely monotonous hence we give only a is said that the wild lands of Maine Tuesday. It seems to be vory zealous and earnest In .WALKER GIVKNS would make 13 States aB largo aa Rhode Judge JaS For County Fob Sale' 15 nice ?rade Southdown his work. Bro. Collier is a devoted few startling figures that you may have some idea of the enormous G. n. COOPKK Cleric ewes. Apply to R. H. Bronaugh, Crab Christian minister and wo predict for bargains we arc offering. In fact a visit tc our store will PAXTON Island. J. B. Attorney.....- 2 In times of war tho armies of tho Orchard. .....T. D. NEWI.AND them a good meeting and earnestly pray Sheriff. E. D. KENNEDY European Nations can bo raised to 9,330, Asscsior The National Horse Show nt Now God's blessing upon their labors in this G. W. DEBORD 000 men. Jailer will givo $30,000 in town. Bro. Pike filled hia appointment York, Nov. A traction engine exploded near By premiums. atGillend church Snturdny and SunAt a Woodford county sale good day. vaporlnga of men who ron, 111., killing two men and mangling Except for tbo ie four boys. I see an article written from my And you will sing a medley in our praise work horses sold as high as S123 and Wc keep abreast with the are only democrats when they think it The Rock Island road at Chicago ad- stock hogs at 7c. town published in laM Friday's issue of to be, and who aro realto their interest times and realize the fact that prices must be in accord with the preTho recent great trotting meoting at the Mountain Echo, headed "Returned ly without fixed party afliliation, the re- vertised for 30 men and had over 3,000 would never applicants. Terro Haute, Ind., distributed $72,125 to to the Fold" aud signed "Subscriber." vailing unprccidcntcd hard times and wc have put goods at these publicans of this county Four persons were killed and several 37 owners of trotting horses. Tho writer begins by asking tbo editor to even consider have bad tbo courage nominating candidates seriously injured by a wreck on tho WaAttention is called to tho advertise- if ho did not remember last Spring that the question of ment of tho Duroc swine of R. H. Bro there whs a republican convention in for local offices. The democracy has put bash near St. Louis. Mansfield Drug Co., at Mem- natigh. The cut is an exact picturo of Rockcastle for the purpeso of nominareally Tho up an excellent ticket and there is building and stock by fire, tho animal. ting candidates for county officers, ami no excuse for the clamor of the sore- phis, lost its B. Foster has been feeding 6i hogs he Bays in tho county judge's race there talking and bettinu valued at $230,000. J. heads, who by loud Tho Southern Railway is also said on wheat and making SO cents a bushel were three Candida es, namely: Lair, have led the republicans to believe that Cumby it, even when soaked whole. Here- White and Bethurum.. Neither would their name is legion. The man who can to have gobbled up the Knoxville, Gap and Louisville. after he will grind it and expects to yield, consequently Bethurum was tho Indigo blue calico 4c, a4' bleach cotton 3Vc, Trian AAA and J" a not support the ticket which heads this berland Of the 440 members of tho two make more. name of a choice ol the people. After the election Drown Cotton and all others proportionately low. Don't let such .1 column is not worthy of the worthy of any con- houses of Congress, only 73 were in their Bourbon county fair will beheld ho says there was a great deal of di satis- good thing pass. A Good outing shirt for men for The democrat, nor is he 20c. Better one they were drawing at Paris, Sept. President George faction in the republican ranks and adds sideration if after voting in the primary seats Monday, but for 25c. Worth double the money. In all the same. and he refuses to support tho whole ticket. their pay Whisky Trust asked Nelson Alexander writes us that all who attend "I mysolf wbb one of the The are insured a pleasant and attractive en- I declared I would bolt, but niter thinkis no time for democrats to kick This of Chica- tertainment. ing over tho matter, I have como to the out of the traces, and no true one will. Morris, the great cattle killer to be rid go, to indorse its note for $5,000,000, but A. Logan Denny is at the Winches- conclusion that we have seen enough of The party can afford, however, ter Fair with his horses this week. He the leaders in the democratic party to of all the barnacles, who claim to be be declined the honor. H. Clay Evans was nominated for is very anxious to meet Lou Chief, the convince any thinking man to never are such for revenue only, democrats but and if they choose to go Bquare over to governor ot Tennessee by the republi- $1,S00 beauty, with bis saddle mare and again cast a democratic vote," nnd then Wc offer you a nice half wool suit for S3, a better one for S., strictly cans in a convention in which knives will likely do so next week at Lexing- he appeals to hia fellow republicans who all wool suit at S5, worth S9, and all clothing at distressingly low prithe enemy, merry go with them. and pistols were drawn. claim to be a little sore to study well ces. A choice lot of ton. of A Rallsbacx bought during their interests. Ho says;"by uniting wo James Whittaker, In providing for a constitutional conBrock vention, the New York Legislature gave the laBt Kentucky Senate, died of ty- the past week of various parties, S5 hogs, havo the Sth Congressional district at at 4 J cents. They also our command," kc , and theu he Bays the members so much time to complete phoid fever at his home in Butler coun- weight 200 their work, after which they were to get ty. shipped a car load of butcher cattle "since the convention I hnve visited Of four boys who ran away from which cost 1J to 2 cents. Winchester Mr. Bethurum'a home and found him a no pay. The time for pay ends .Sept. 13, work is not near complete. It home at Tiffin, O , all but one have been Sun. perfect gentleman. I never was treated Ladies' Oxfords at 60c, worth Si, at 75c, worth Si. 50, at Si worth but the quorum can Bent home crippled or dead. They left Men's low cut tan shoes 90c, nice Dong, low cut Si. 25, worth will be interesting to see if a A. W. Smith, of Boyle, lost by death with more hospitality in all my life than $2. be maintained after that. Unlike most home Jan. 1st. his valuable brood mare, Ella Hopkins, while at his house." He concludes by S2, men's high shoes from 75c up. constitutional conventions, this one has The same train which carried a life by Octoroon, dam by Avant's Ahue.aced Baying, "Mr. Editor, if you have got any done something worthy of praise. It insurance policy to John Yeager, of 19. She was tho dam of Mattle II., medicine for soreheads, please let ua O-A-Lhas given female Buflrage a black eyo in Archibald, O , net fire to his property 2:11J, that sold lor $20,000; Geneva S., have It." Now, I wish to say to the genL State for a long time to come. and ran over and killed his best milk 2:191; Quinine S., 2:291. and others. tleman that I can not see the propriety the of hia letter nor of tho request he makes And polite clerks and low prices will make your visit unusually pleas cow. Smith once refused $12,000 for her. A number of Lehigh Valley conduc Miss Lucy Thompson, a boarding The great mare, Alix. wbb driven at of the editor of the Mountain Echo, for and exceedingly profitable. tors have brought suits in Pennsylvania, bouse keeper at Fort Worth, Texas, shot Chicago to beat tho time, 2.0GJ, made by he acknowledges that Mr. Bethurum whicb will likely be the cause of bring- and killed A. Leib, one of her boarders. Nancy Hanks, over the Bame track one has a remedy nnd that one trip to the ing the chiefs of orders to a greater re- Tho trouble arose over Leib's refusal to year ago. She finished the mile easily doctor has cured him. If it is really sponsibility and keep them from issuing pay his board b' 1. in 2:051 and many good judges pronounc- true that Mr. Bethurum can euro a man orders to Btrike except for the enforceMrs. R. F. Moorman, of Monett, Mo., ed it the best performance ever made, as that is affected with the soro head ns bad ment of undoubted justice. The Bulls gave rirth to three girls and a boy Sun. the track was not in its best condition. as that' subscriber seems to have had it, are against the grand chief of the order day, whose combined weight was 1G TTSTYates Hudson sold to George Cogar by applying his balm of Gilead only of railway conductors, who ordered an pounds. All alive still and doing well, his crop of Irish potatoes at 35 cents per once, I can not understand why ho unsuccessful strike, and the amounts mother included. bushel. He reports the big yield of 250 would ask for a medicine to be brought asked are $200 each, what they lost by A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor The Big Four freight depot at Cin- bushels to the acre, bringing him $S7 50 from London, when he can find both striking. cinnati was destroyed by fire, together to the acre. Cheap wool and cheaper the doctor and medicine in aud with T. D. RANEY, Manager. 31 paslambs have knocked the sheep market Mr. Bethurum, for I suppose Mr. B. has The Clark county republicans instruct- with five Wagner sleeping cars, ep nearsky high. Yates Hudson sold 40 sheep plenty of the same medicine on hand, ed for Editor John L. Bosley, of the senger coach and 12 freight cars, total loss is estima- here this morning at the extremely low for Mr. Thomas Austin, the U. S. D. C , Winchester Sun, for Congress to fill the ly all loaded. The price of 81 cents per head. They cost told me that he had left barrels W. II. IIlGGINS. W. B. McKinnev. unexpired term of Mr. Lisle. We would ted at 1300,000. of medicine at Mr. Bethurum'a wareaccord-deThe Whisky Trust is said to have him about 4 per head. Advocate. halloo and Bhout over the honor house and that he had tho key nnd that a Lincoln county man, but for the 134,000,000 gallons of spirits in bond, on ROWLAND. when he went back to Bee about it 'twas entry is a little off in poli- whicb it will have to pay the tax of $1.10 fact that the Beazley will preach here all gone except ono piece of a barrel. So further fact that we want to per gallon unless it is released upon pay. tics, and the Elder E. H. midIf tho medisee his townsman and friend, Judge W. ment of 00 cents per gallon before Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday we feel safe in saying that night next Monday. cine will have the same effect on nil afM. Beckner. elected to the vacancy. night. flicted with the Borehead that it had on Chief Justice Quigley, recently apJ. H. Parsons has bought T. J. JenDumso the progress of a funeral in pointed by Gov. Brown, will not be a nings' stock of goods and will be found Mr. R. L. T., the subscriber at Brodheau, that Mr. Bethurum will be able to effect Arkansas, the object of the service be- candidate, for the full term having prom- at the same stand. and continued to do so till ised to support Judge Bishop, of Padu-caa cure on all the soreheads in this coungan to kick Judge Barnett has been turning tho who, with White, Grace and Rob- wheels of justice radidly of late, but tho ty, without going out of the county after he was liberated from his wooden overWe have our plows in and can show you the Dr. Dyche'a medicine. coat. He was doubtless disgusted with ertson, will be candidates. cases were tried too far back to be news Bicycle riding is all the go In our the eulogiuras paid him and we opine The Pythian University for the Or at this writing. many other corpses would kick over just tier Universal now being erected at Galwill be a wed- town with both eexea. A report, that there the same matter, but for circumstances latin, Tenn., will bo the only authorized ding hero in a few days, calls out mary You can talk about your fashions, over which they have no control. Pythian school in the country, it is said. questions from the curious, tattling pubOI its advocates and "loomers," The building is to be four stories in lic, who are more anxious about othet's But tho loveliest things yet to be found Tub London Echo issued a day earlier, height and will cost $250,000. Are Brodhead girls in "bloomers." business than their own. "Sufficient unSllKTAW. ostensibly for the purpose of denying Memphis finds that she has been deour allegation that the republicans are frauded out of $2,000,000 in the last eight to the day is the evil thereof," especially in this wedding business. susceptible to a money argument. Al years, either by the failure of Baloonists Messrs. Robert Flannagan, Mike same, Editor Dyche is very doubtful to pay their liconse or tbo officials to rethe For the money. Come and sec them before you purchase. Munday, Miss Maggie Stevenson, of Richof the candidacy of the man with the turn the amount received. The grand mond, and Misses Ettie arid Lela Raines, H"hon Baby was alclc, wet j;avs her CnstorK many thousands and is fearful that ho jury has already found 7GG indictments. When she was a. Child, ih cried for Caatorla, of Lexington, have been in our city may be able to work the voters like ho When sho becam Miss, ah clung to C&stori. spoke at within the last few days. Mr. John Pope Monday Breckinridge used the committee. When the had Children, she gre them Contort. Georgetown to a vast throng and Wed. and Mrs. Steinbergin are quite ill. Mrs. John D. White Baid in his opening nesday Owens turned the table, by in- Hollis Carrier and Miss SuBie Elmore are speech at Williamsburg, in advocacy of vading the home of the silver tongue, visiting at Jellico. Mrs. James Munday his candidacy for Congress, that he would and the newspapers estimate that 30,000 and Mrs. Beswick, who have been sick, MY STOCK OF not submit to tbo manipulation of the people gathered at Woodland park to are better. Miss Kate Yadcn, of Louisf party machinery in the interest of one hear him. ville, who has been visiting Miss Sue A The busiest block on Main street, in Smith, will return home in a few days, man, and that be was a candidate till the November election. Hurrah for Bloomfield, consisting of the Citizens' which will cause sadness to hover about Ai agent for the widow and heiri of J. I'. Land, dee'd, I will offer (or ale the ipleudid farm ol e and the several young men. John D I He is the bully boy with the National Bank, the about in leading dry goods houses of the two glass eye. It is amusing to note the manner LAND, town, besides several other business which the disposition to fret, kick and 326 wives in the 7th district were houses were burned, with an insurance Near Iluitonvllle, in Lincoln country, Ky., of Ik all the squirm io manifested among suffering which J. P. Laud died poswsaeJ. II not told prl like Mrs. Mack Abraham, of Frankforti of about $15,000. time the farm will vately humanity. The grumbler finds fault public "before tbalthe highcit bidder on be told at Tablets, &c, is very large and auction to Billy Breckinridge would have but few At New Castle Mrs. Kate Lufberry with overy act of his fellow man, and to hear him orate or there would be an was awakened by her room being in even criticises the acta of God. But he SATURDAY, SEPT. 22, 1894, epidemic of widowers. Mrs. Abraham flames, and rushed out in her night finally realizes the fact that tho world the o'clock, aharp. did not want her husband to go to hear clothes, but, instantly remembering her still moves, regardless of his unkind and At and Huftanville The farm front! onabout Danone ville Turnpike road, hall mile South of Moreland station on the Cinspeak, but be persisted and went. Willie boy, ran back and carried ignorant thrusts. Let him take the beam cinnati Southern K. It. It ii one oi the beat itock She took poison and died. him out. Both were so badly burned out of his own eye. It is either too hot farmi In Lincoln county. The toil la of a good land, finely set in grata and quality of Call and See Us. they will die. aorinri and every foot of or too cold, too wet or too dry. An in- watered bv Gov. McCbeaby and Capt. Stone are that tuaceptible of eaty and The democratic campaign book is stance, in point, occurred Monday morn- the land ItThe improvement! consistprofitable culof Kentucky tivation. the only members of the B.. completed. It will be a vol- ing. Judge Shelton said to a farmer, who are left in Washington. The about half ume of about 300 pages, Bbowing the "We bad a fine rain." The response A Commodious Frame Dwelling. others are at home fixing up their fences, work of Congress and the reforms insti- came, "It rained too fast to uo much A Urge barn nnd other outbuildings. A wide av- Gov. McCreary is anxious to come, but enue extends from th residence 10 the turnpike tuted in tho departmental service. The good." forroad' Iluitonvllle, a place noted for it! school! important business connected with to havo voted the and churches, is a little more than a mile dittant. book will be furnished to democratic Some inon seemed eign affaire, detains him at the capital. The larm can be divided into three tract of con. speakers upon application. democratic ticket in the paBt for revenue ventent lire and ihape. If cash when The fSOO.OOO estate left by the late only, and not for admiration of its prin- enTkrms. made, the remainder posiesaion and givin fix ta and deed Wk are indebted to Secretary Loving Judge Advocate General Holt has shrunk ciples. There are many sulking in camp inonthi, with interett from 'date and lien retained. W. Gaines, editor of the Elkton Progress, to $134,000. As he left no will, it will At the same time and place I will tell about loo be and openly express their intention to of K nob Land, about two mllei Southeat t of Complete Line Lowest Prices. for a copy of the proceedings of the last equally divided among adjoining the hia nephews and desert the ranks; not because of the doc- bert Coffey and othert.lands of Bud Martin, AlKentucky Press Association. It is nicenieces, among whom are Wash. Holt, of adhered to, but some because they For further information apply to John T. Land ly printed and in addition to a report of Holt's Bottom, Ky., and Col. Bill Ster-ret- trine get on the preaiies or mytelf at Iluitonvllle. Ky. a share of public patronpge, didn't EDWARD ALCORN. the business transacted, the excellent Examine our Elegant Line of Land's Heirs. Agent for J. P. 47 of the Dallas (Texas) News. and others because of conflicting interbefore the body are given. papers read A Sioux City, la., club has come to ests and opinions, in local affairs, with ST-A-TIOHhas nothing to who struck the front with an Sr It is almost as easy to tell out whether finish fight betweenoffer of $25,000 for a which democracy the Savior with do. the Corbett and Jackson, The Jews crucified Billy Patterson as to find Writing Tablets, Ladies' Correspondence Paper and Envelopes, Vis" Senator Blackburn called Senator Hill with a guarantee of being able to "pull same kind of a spirit and it has been " ly to dellvei manufactured ice iting Cards, &c. to customers regularly "a traitorious dog" or if Congressman it off." Jackson baa signified his will- handed down to the present. We Irom the Stanford Factor morning t the rate or FIFTY CENTS them, in all kindness, not to de every HUNDRED FOUND LOIS and over, and Montgomery planted hiB pedal in Savoy- ingness to accept the offer with certain PER stomach. The latter story has a guarantees as to the financial responsi- part from their faith, which is. founded at 75c in smaller lots. ard's Stanford, Ky. E. BREMER, Stanford. 10 bility of the club. on the true principles of government. very unpersuuive odor about it. NEWSY NOTES. ly PRICES Tell The Tale ! 11 12-1- OPEN YOUR EYES ! 4-- sore-hea- ds CLOTHING SHOES, SHOES! TJS .A. ! door-keep- er . . fl GIVE I LOUISVILLE : STORE, STANFORD, - 20-od- d d PLOWS i ti h, Best Plow on the Market. HIGGINS & McKINNEY. -- Fine Farm For Sale ACRES OF post-offic- FINE PAPERS, SCHOOL BOOKS. A. 1 1 four-year-o- Our Prices 'Can Not Be Duplicated. FXlTirsr. Druggist. ld blue-gra- ss never-failin- e dele-Ratio- One-thir- School Books and School Supplies, New School Tablets and Slates. Turn-ertvill- e, t, EIRX" I sh W. B. McROBERTS, DRUGGIST, -- . "., r" jV' jrj I At Lexington, Thos. Lyons wanted Welt Sallie, have you heard the newi thit comet We'll get our dear Elira, abroach, comb, a ring, from Stanford town? That when the ball comes off and she'll to continue his saloon opposite the new They say that Danks, the Jeweler, has put hit be called on to sing. I want what you owe mo to July 1st. Christian church, but the officers got out goods all down, She'll outshine neighbor Thompson's gal with all W. B. Mcltoberts. an injunction restraining him. Ho now So low that you and I may wear a diamond ring or her fine, new gear. Ky., - August 24, 189 i 8TAroM two, threatens to erect a church at that And beaux will hang around her the balance Of LiniiTNiNO struck and killed a nice And itlll have plenty left to buy a stylish tuit the year. point and give it to tho negroes. colt belonging to Mr. Richard Cobb. quite new. Reports from Berkley, Va., Bay that Our neighbor Jones , who loves his gold more than E. C. Walton, Business Manager Penny haa the best stock and will soil he loves his It e, Rev. W. A. Slaymaker's church 1b build- They tay of ail the grand dliplayt that ever folks Hasbought a grand new silver set and give It to watches and jowelry lower than you can ing a large brick manso for him, which Of did tee, watches, rings and necklaces and things quite his wife, buy elsewhere. will bo ready for occupancy next month. HEANI IUSINESS. new to me, So you may guess Danks sells them cheap 01 The lines of tho family seem to have You'll find with Danks, the poor man's lrlend course though for the cash, s We hear that they aro having n big Boy your school books nnd school who treats each one alike, Then Sallie get your bonnet on and we'll go like a fallen in pleasant places and thoy grow kinds at A. U. 1'onuv'fl. of all timo at Crab Orchard Springs, over 100 flash. fonder of their surroundings continu And don't respect you for your clothes, nor ask Watciiks, clockB ami jowelry repaired persons enjoying Its delights. about the strike. And see If all these things be true that wc havo ally. ft specialty, and warrnntod. EnKravinif heard about, Whisky carried at tho election at Tho Elkhorn Association, which Hut tells you what he has to sell in tone polite and at A. H. Penny's. low, Why Walton In his paper raises such an awful Tub largest Htoclc of Druns. Medicines, mot in Bourbon, reported 223 baptisms And treats you with such kindness, you'll buy beKy., only 10 men being found, who shout. Ferfumery, Paints and Wall Paper at during tho year, tho largest number, 31, fore you go. We'll load the cart with tlour and meal, a country Inscriptions a special- were willing to vote .for its prohibition. A.K.Ponny'a. . Ho Sallie get your bonnet on, while I hitch up the ham or two, ty. The dispatch sent from London to tho being at Great Crossing, Fifth-St- . church, mmm mare, ALiisnT Wahhkn'h wife has presented And then we'll call our neighbors in to show what Loxington, coming next with 23. The And I'll get you a China set and sill have cash cash will do. him with triplets, after producing tlireo Louisville and Eastern papers stating entire number of PERSONAL POINTS. members reported addto spate. that the body of a dissolute woman had pairs of twins, at Gallipolis, 0. So reads been found in Clay county nailed to a ed up 4,932. They raised for religious Mibl Liccik Lynn la very 111 with ty- a special to tho Cincinnati Enquirer. cross, la as might have been suspected, a purposes during tho year $33,533 01. phoid fever. An Indiana preacher, who held forth Mh. A. A. McKinney and wife went Ir you want your watch or any jowel- fnke. It is now Baid that tho only basis at Turnersvillle, asserted that the thief, ry repaired, tako it to Penny's. Mr. of the crucifixion Btory is that a bundle to GreeiiBburK yesterday. Mn. M. F. IIulkt is up from Montgom- Deckelman docs tho work well and of old rags don'o up in the shnpo of a wo- who repented on tho cross ami wont with tho Savior to paradise, was bappromptly; never disappoints n cus man was found nailed to a tree. ery, Ala., with old friends. tized previous to his crucifixion, Ho has returned from tomer. Mits. Mamik Duns Dry. We are Indebted to Mrs. Alice hid no authority upon which to base relatives in Mercer. a visit to Until Sept. 1, 1SD4. wo will soil Newland for a dispatch at tho close of his statement, as tho scriptures aro siMn. T. F. Spink, wife Hnd the baby guaranteed, high armed, the polls at Crab Orchard Wednesday, lent on the subject, but he defied any OFaro with relatives at Somerpet. sowing machine for 25 and a No. 7 which read, "Total vote 80; dry 45; wet one to prove that ho was not baptized. Mil. K. 0. Walton is at tho London W. 41: maiority dry 4 " Tho election was cook stovo for Rev. Marcus Lover, the converted fair In the Interest of this paper. II. Wearen & Co. as quiet as a funeral, and whilo tho ma- jow, who was posted in tho Anderson MlRSBH MlNNtK ASH KtXA SaMI'SON, Of largo as we expected it to News as a swindler and a board bill G. D. MrCarty has been appointed jority is not as Pinevlllo. are visiting friends here. be, it is sufficient to Bottle tho question jumper, comes back in the Louisville Wry aro at postmaster at Mt. Snlum vice MIrh T l. pAitnmimil Homer of Times to say that the editor is a lying Jones resigned. Tho beauty of this for threo years in favor prohibition. the Ixmdon Fair with several horses. 0 of Kockcastle, vis- arrangement 1b that tho ofiice still reJamksJ. Cokiky, The cow boy ovangeliet has been heard rogue and that tho fabrication was in mains iu tho family. Miss Jones is Mrs. from again. It will be remembered that spired by "malice of representative hero tho first of tho week. ited friends McCarty now. Mm. J. L. Jahvis and wife, of Crab ho was hero a few years ago with a beau- Campbellites, on account of my re.. marks on tho Christian church, which aro visiting relatives Bt Danville. Dk. W. D. Taruifp opened tho colored tiful young woman, whom ho mado a roused the animosity of the so called of Garrard, ih Every Suit, regardless of weight or color, Miis. Mattik Duncan, pupils. specialty of murrying in every town that Christians." school here Monday with Grimes In tho coun- This may not bo visiting Miss Paulino he found business dull. His name was the largest school in tho The Winchester Democrat says: One try. State, hut ho has Borne of tho largest given ax Rice. His latest escopade was of tho greatest revivals over and T. G. known in Mkbsm. L. B., P. P., City, N. J where ho nnd his girl, pulling tho at Atlantic scholar, one went over to Georgetown Tueswife were ejected from a hotel. In the Clark county, waa tho two weeks meetbeam at over 200 pounds. day. .. operation, lUco kicked a door down and ing which closed at the Christian church Ki.moiik and Mies Nannie Mrs. M. D. Tub Athletic Association of Centre his wife throw a Bible into tho eye of nt Ford, on last Wednesday night with S3 additions, 53 of the number by conMarrs are visiting In Loudon during tho College haa closed a contract with tho proprietor, nearly putting it out, befession. Gray haired fathers and moth Mesuler, of East Pittsburgh, Pa., to sides putting it in mourning. of Fayettoville, Mns. II. O. Nkwbom, .At cost for the next ers, with their sons and daughters, came ll team this fall. Tenn., Is visiting her father, Mr. II. G. train tho Centre E. C. Walton, who is at the London into tho kingdom. The meeting was foot-baHe haB been one of tho best Alford. men at Yalo for tho past three years and Fair, writes: A large crowd Is in at conducted by S. M. Bernard, of Louis C. Lackey is up from Harrods-burMk.S. tendance and horses aro hero from "Capo ville, who did tho preaching in an able on a visit to his father, Hon. G. A. has also been a member of ita boat crewCod to Kalamazoo." There was a day manner. Lackey. The HarrodBburg Democrat tolls of a when a common horse could win here Squire Bailey Will Run. Mn. Dave Dunn and wife, of Garrard, sucker, who answered an advertisement but that ia n thing of tho past. Those y To Messrs. Jas. F. Mooro. D. V. are guPHts of their daughter, MrB. M. S. of a bill posting association, which otter- who come now expecting that they will and other voters of the Baughman. ed $15 a day to its members. Tho Buck-o- r strike a "soft snap" will go homo poorer and Turnersville magisterial disMrmiis. Mosk and Tilukn Cook will sent his $1 and waa informed that he but wiser. A now amphitheatre has trict. go to Lawrenceburg to day to see their was now a full Hedged member of the been built nnd other improvements have brothpr. J. B. Cook. Gkntlbmkn: Recognizing your recent order, entitled to got $10 a day for his been mado to tho grounds since lasr call upon mo tolbecome a candidate for Mns. P. W. Ghekn and Mies Mollio work, should he find anyouo willing to year. Tho London Fair should entet Wright spent several days with their pa- pay that price. Truly the fools aro not the ofiice of justice of the peace of your the Blue Grass circuit next year. district aa an evidence of your good will in tho West End. rents yet all deceased. Mns. Julia H coins has rented tho mysterious disappearance of Chas. and confidence, for which I am profound-l- y Tin: grateful to each and all of you. I W. G. IUney property on East Main The uamo of ball between the Stanford B. McChord, of Boyle, 1b the subject of and McKinney clubs hero Tuesday after- much concern to his friends there and most respectfully accept your promise of street and moved into it, ' Mk, Eijwahd Cook, the aged father of noon resulted in a defeat of tho visitors in Clark. Ho recently took a course at support and announco mvself a candi Do you buy your Dry Goods ? Dr. I B. Cook, is hero from Wayno by a scoro of 15 to 14. They claimed the the Crab Orchard Keeley Cure for the date as requested. If elected I will engame but under u recently adopted rule tobacco habit and on the 12th was on a deavor to discharge the duties of the ofcounty, with tho doctor. Mr. John Pope, of tho Maywood sec- Umpire Will Embry decided against visit to his mother at Winchester. He fice faithfully and impartially and as tion, has tho typhoid fever. There aro them. Hendricks and Sibold were the went with her to church that night, but correctly as my ability will enable me. battery for the home club while John- left her at tho door with some casual re- My candidacy is subject to the action of other caefs in that neighborhood. Advocate says that Mr. John W. son and Dinwiddio pitched and caught mark, and since then nothing has been the democratic party. With highest reTiik Flowers, of Rowland, was In Danville for the McKinneys. heard from him. His family relations gard, lam sirs, your neighbor and obe. Monday looking for a farm to buy. have been most pleasant and his finan- dient servant, John Bailey. It is mighty hard to keep n good man cial airairs'are all right. It is feared that Missre Maby Holmih Lcsk and Kalo pair from tho West down; for like a cat when thrown in tho ho wandered oft whilo temporarily inCook, a beautiful The son of Jose Eads, water, they will always bob serenely up. sane. i End, are visiting Mrs. E. 0. Walton. of Madison, was bitten bv a mad dog, B. G. Pennington, of Middlesboro, ia an Miis. Blanche Swebnky, of Uncaster, Clarence Hardin, of Crab Orchard, and died in three days of hydrophodia. says brought her mother, Mrs. Clomerson, example in question. The Times While filling his bicyclo tube, Lywas down at Rowland Wednesday and ho is in Louisville in tho interest of a over to tako tho train to Loulsvillo yesbig excursion of merchants of Eastern after imbibing pretty freely of tho liquor man Parks, of JetTersonvillo, Ind was Where you can depend on getting the best ? terday. imagin- struck blind by explosion of compressed Berney Kentucky and Southwestern Virginia, dispensed in that ungodly town, Mkssbs. J. L. Dkckki.ma.nn, Where you always get them at the lowest price ? which is to ho run to that city in Septem- ed th tit tho railroad belonged to him. air. Fish and C. II. Sodam went to Junction Four young women nnd a man were ber, ilu expects to bring about 500 to He demanded n ticket of Miss Susio Las' City to play for tho Social Club picnic. Where they don't mind showing goods? the city, and is anxious to secure the co- lev and upon boinu refused started into killed and a boy injured by a train near Dr. W. 1J. Penny went with them. tho ollico to get it any way. Mr. Georgo Hazel, Tenn. Tho party was in a wagon operation of the local business men. Where they are looking to the interest of the customer ? Mb. T. Cuiitib Watts, who sullered .. Pope stopped him nnd ho drew n knife and attempted to cross the track ahead of parnlysis a week or his Becontl stroke Aitkii examining tho reports of the and mado n whack at him cutting tho of tho train. WHERE so ago, remains in very bad shape, Ho turnpiko officers as to tho coat of main- ball of one of hia fingers oil. Then Mr. Stirringspeeches wero mado by Judge i. oinllv JmlnlfBB and his friends fear tenance, Mr. John Bright finds that tho Popo went for him with his fist and in n Jere Morton, Judgo Kinkead, Hon. Geo. 140 miles in thia county, cost $20 to $S0 few momenta so changed his physiogo-mthat ho can not hold out much longer. O. Lockhart, Prof. Alberti and Mr. OwMrs. Sam M. Bottom, of Lebanon, per mile yearly, exclusive of the pay of would not ens at Lexington, Wednesday. The that his was on Tuesday's train, on route to Crab toll gate keepers, which brings tho costof have recognized him. In fact he put demonstration was pronounced tho greatOrchard Springs to join her husband. tho Danville and Crab Orchard pike up the worst mug on him you ever saw. est of tho campaign, and was altogether And not an exception? If you do, then go to Sho will be pleasantly remembered hero to $100 per mile. Ho also finds that the Marshal Martin arrested Hardin and he a remarkable protest ngaiust the candipret-tieas Miss Bertio Shrove, one of the 375 miles of dirt road in tho county, was sont hero to bo jailed in default of dacy of the present Congressman. tho college- - costs the county $1 a mile for hauling, girls that over attended 8 f 100 bail, but a friend came to his rescue plowing, lumber, &c. Tho work is per- and saved him tho further mortification NKW ADVERTISEMENTS. "cTfrANDVIRlNITY. formed by the men who livo on them, of incararstion. Look at our Disc harrow with seeder for which they get no pay. My Farm in 183 .. RENT. Acres, two Garrard.from miles attacumont. HigHins & McKinney. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Lancaster. Corn, hemp and tobacco land. An- Two years ago, when Hon. D. B. i My Stock of-11. The Catholic Total Abstinence Un Jily to J. KIKUV, Lancaster, Ky. was a member of tho Legislature) Finbst bananaB in tho country. Fresh lot at C. D. Powell's at 10 to 12 da. per he sent tho editor of this paper, some ion of the United States has 57,350 mem THOMAS GOOCH wheat from tho ofiice of the commission- bers. doz. -- Rev. W. E. Arnold will preach nt Is a candidate Tor Constable in the Hustonville of agriculture, to be distributed among subject to the action of Magisterial The republicans of Boyle will put out er Halls Gap next Sunday afternoon at 3 democracy, District, appreciate your support. the and would Is complete, every piece being bought direct from the best manufaccounty ticket to be named at a those of our famers who might care for a full it. Mr. G. C. ;Givens got a quart and o'clock. turers the country affords. If you want a bill of Furniture I will convention In Danville, Sep. 29. "Come Ye Disconsolate," a hymn sowed it and raised two bushels, which make it Tux tunnel at Cumberland Gap he Bowed last fall and reaped therefrom sung the world over, was written by this year 60 full bushels. We did not Thomas Moore. tinuea to give tho railroads trouble, There will bo an election for President and DiRev. Floyd Scott is locked up at Ma- rectors of the Prcachtrsville and Stanford Turn occured Tuesday night, cave-iknow the variety, and he haa not been other e in btiniora on wife pike Koad Co., at the to find out, but ho says it is the rietta, O., for registering as man and WM, M. LACKKY. 11)94 Have you forgotten that your account largest and heaviest grain ho ever saw himself and a member of his flock, Mits Saturday, sspl. 1, President. Tc come to Stanford. You will find that 50 or 100 miles will be a has been due for two months and that and that the heads averago 75 grains. A WiBe. money ? Severance & Son. assisting In a Elder J. T. Brown is a pleasant as well as profitable trip when you learn that my wo need the - number of others got a similar quality Bethlehem in Bourbon and Brod- - at tho same time Mr. Givena did. Can meeting at tenant up as stray by James In Hoc George BoynoldB, ol Elder W. N. Briney is holding one at Ty- of TakenCarter, a near Moreland, T. Carson,county, Lincoln at Danville to they report as well? J. II. ' head, was placed In jail on or about the 33d of July, one II LACK HORbe. rone, in Anderson. obtaining COLT, two years old, one hind foot white, haa no await his trial for forgery and y Than any quoted in Kentucky. Give me a call. Declamatory Con-tohave appraised him at Tiik Rev. W. E. Ellis is back from the brand or other marks. false pretenses from W. S. goods under J30. Witness my hand this 33d day of Aug., 1804. gotten up by Mr. Elijah H. Beazley meeting he held at Scott Fork in Gar Hilton, at Junction City. had Ly the The has been fixed for Aug. 31, at Walton's rard county, where he secured six addi- propertyanimal can beall expenses. owner proving ii1 and paying is recom- Opera House. A priza of $20 in gold tions church. the J.T.CARSON. A decoction of cinnamon J4t Wo hear that Rev. H. 0. Morrison mended as a drink to bo taken freely in will be given to the best and $5 to the to make war localities where thero is typhoid fever or second best speaker. Following are the will arrive Ashby against the whisky traffic till the day of for cinnamon haa the power to contestants and their subjects: cholera, OPENS SEPT. 3, 1S94, Warren, "One Niche tho Highest;'' election. He will preach at the Methodestroy all infectious microues. Lee Davidson, Lancaster, "Cub. dist church Sunday morning. Robert DUFFY, A. B., Principal. The negro boy Trice, of the McKin- ter's Last Charge;" Ward W. Goodloe, Elder John S. Sweoney, of the Paris F. neighborhood, who staid in jail here Danville, "Flacus and the Lion;" ney J. Christian church, preached his first serHandsomest line ever brought to ia Miss Mattle Pax ton will assist provided a suff- Parlor Lamps in great variety. a long time for breaking into a house, Richard Bush, Stanford, "The Maid of mon 38 years ago last Sunday. Elder S. icient number of pupils can be enrolled. 43 Stanford. We also lead in back Into his old quarters again. This Orleans;" John T. Johnson, Lancaster, is a zealous worker in his Master's cause, with stealing corn "Supposed Speech of time he Is charged John A dame;" and has accomplished much good. PaRUSSELL from several parties. Archie R. Cook, Danville, "The Black ris Kentnckian. ..Pioprietois ........ i In the last 10 years the Universal-ist- s monthly announcement of the Horse and His Rider." Misa Flora BalThe will appear in the pantomime, "Nearhave not established a new church reopening of the WattB Steel Works at lon made. And still, alas, er My God totThee," and the Stanford and the congregations already establishMain and Danville Sts., Hustoville, Ky. Mlddleaboro ia Ad- ed in their churches have dwindled We have recently repainted and refurnished ,ln not ooen. Speaking of the Mag. Orchestra willlfurnish the music. and are prepared to accomthe House ' 25 and 35; reserved Beats the carnal , , be Call and See a Beautiful Line. public in Rates o.int in it is advertised for missionW. B.McRoberto' drug store,to50c. greatly. Ifhell without heart thinksto-it modate thethroughout a good style. atOur times. table repentance all are very reasonable and long list bad at can escape the traveling men. Klegant samBale for taxes, judging from benefit of a Tennessee Bible wards God, it does not care for religion. Special attention to Also a Saloon conple room attached. appears in the News signed by 8hei Proceeds for that 45 nection with the Hotel. Call and see us. College, Western Recorder. . Iff J, O. Colson. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Read the top comer of this psge. sup-pile- Jel-llc- o, Air extra 110,000 stock will ba placed on exhibition at our store next week. This is your chance to buy anything in the jowelry lino cheap. Danks, the jeweler. . It has been cloudy for several days, but no further rains have come to make glad tho farmer's heart. The signal service says it is coming though in tho next 24 hours. E.vaookiiatki) reports of typhoid fever at Shelby City and vicinity aro bo- Ing circulated, thostatemencbelng made that there aro !lo cases there. Quito n number are down with tho fearful dis ease, but nothing like that given above. a ht Bona Me SALE -- aG-ye- ar six-draw- N'n-om- ia Glothtog at Gost. Or-char- CO-o- Nun-nell- ey Eu-ge- WILL BE SOLD HUGHES & TATE. no foot-ba- ll g Ken-nen- Hus-tonvil- le ... Do You m m ... seven-year-ol- d Want to Trade Where the Price Is the Same to All ? y grand-moth- er LOW PRICES ARE A RULE at glEiVIEBATOlE -- & 8 BNo i Ed-mis- ton FOR so-- n Household Furniture ! con-An- - NOTICE. court-Hous- n TO YOUR INTEREST FMICEB AMU W. W. WITHERS. - ILdDWllUB Inter-Count- st 1 Stanford Male Academy J. LAMPS, LAMPS, LAMPS. & BROWN, VHT3DOMI fint-clai- ., Queensware, Glassware, &g. k s first-clas- s FARRIS & HARDIN. fAt 'tjv 1.3 - ..,.. ,.V if ij W&4WgM r , T'.ff--n y-Semi-Week- ly Interior Jourp AT Orchard Saturday, 11th, came Published Every Tueaday and Friday from Crab c City, Middlesboro, where to tboox-MBRi- Bobbltt In Bloody Harlan I (To the Editor ol the Interior Journal.) Harlan 0. II , Aur. 19. I departed v. ; 1 1 ! 1 u had a Riorums rain that nixht which 83 Can be had in the market Prices lower than the lOMett Mourning goods a specialty. Call aud was very refreshing to tho corn and vegso paid S2.GO will be ehirceil.TP not examine before buying etables Rrowinp la tho streets of that MAUY DAVIS DUDDKRAR. Mrs. Kate Duddetar, Manager. Stanford, Ky modern Byzantium. COMMERCIAL 1ILOCK Sunday morning we rode in tho cars to tho Gap, where tho pinnacle towers Veriical almost to tho clouds. From hence we When necessary. were transferred in hacks to the opposite Bide of tho great mountain, where Are tho bel berati c hey run lighter and can do a greater variety of work than any other K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. semnK the old wheeled mill turned and remindmachine. The ed me of Beuedict Arnold, who when a Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning Ladles boy used to ride a similar wheel, while Lincoln County s'"l.&h. local time card. Are cordially Invited to call at the M Asaph tho other bovs. whom ho afterward led Hotel and examine the machine, a. well at sain in the Revolution, looked on in dismay pies oflt. work. McMUKRAY IIROS, ! 37 Pm Mail train gotng North Stantord, Ky while young Beuedict was first on top "J gUUlUMMINIItlMMINIHIt .. Express train " South 5' P of tho wheel and then submerged beFONTAIXK FOV UOIIIIITT. i North- 333am London, - - - Kentucky. .. 930 am Lseal freight North naves and then came dripping T. DR. W. 13. ......a 07P m neath the South I hire moved to my new Hotel and am better rErlSONAL UOSSiP. to tho top again. Judge Tinsley siitl he Th. latter tralm alto carry passengers. than ever to accommodate the public, 1 he present Constable, is n candl Ute for Th above Si calculated on standard tlm. Solar went to mill here. deIn Ihe btanfofd precinct, .ubject to the action attached ood Tho Prince of Wales has 17 brothers. sired. Livery me a call. and every convenience ime it about to minute faster. ol the democratic party Klcctiou in November Give There was quite n crowd of us and Office South bide Main St., In office rcccnUy He aks y.Hir support. 1G uncles, 5? cousins and OS FRANK RILEY. 77 vacated by Dr. Lee K Huffman, Stanford, Ky. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. many of us walked over the mountain, nephews and nieces. a mile and n half, to view tho sublime Senator Walsh of Georgia is doing Going North train pass Junction City as fol I Vestibule starts 6 a. m. Ves scenery. One gentleman, who appeared everything in his power to enlist general lows: p. m. Florida tibule Limited 3 J$ p. m. Local 1:10 I was interest in tho Atlanta exposition of At tho to be a mountaineer, thinking that a m Limited old stand ol J. II, Green, in Dealers n.. South N O. Vestibule u t8 p. m. Florida probably walking because I had no seat s General G. "W. Cnstis Leo has preLimited tattta m Local 11:53 - - Kentucky. I will sett at public auction ou the premises on p. m. in the hack, said before the whole crowd sented to tho Washington and Leo uni- Hustonvillo, arrlvc$S-4Vestibule Saturday, September 1st, 1894, Has just received a beautiful line of ladies and all: "Get in here old gentle versity tho piano that belonged to his , Koob Land, At to tract cf 90 Acres man and have my Beat I will walk." I father, General Robert E. Leo. Surreys, Phaetons, (Buggies, &c. ownedAbyMthea tale T D Hill. Itofhas 80 apple. Ky. said: "No 1 thank you sir, I am no old good wa- trees on it and a spring ol Mr. Whito of Greonwood county, stock and and his prices which terms maue known on uay 01 sale you for your rude Kan., has a daughter named Snow. Call lowersee hisanybodys. gety ou want a nice set ter, 31 gentleman, I thank . VOU ARE If are than I H.WILSON, Kxor T D. Hill. 47 politeness, I excuse your great mistake That is as bad as Mr. Button of Fort or harness, a wnip or a duster. Hinder Twine for sale. in regard to ray age and respectfully de Scott, who hiw u daughter tinned Pearl. William R. Smith, Buiicrlutciideiit of cline your invitation." This created I am lust back from the title, with a large and we Isefoted stock of MILLINtCKY, which I will quite n laugh. Judge Tinsley, Col. tho botanical gardens of Washington, ORDER OF ELECTION. signed (t Statilord, Ky . for an Iron midge lo be sell cheaper than ever .Mis Laura Jarboe, a suDishman, N. B. HayB, J. Smith Hays, has, it is Miiri, directed tho planting of built over Logan's Creek, near Stanford, Ky . un- perior tilmmer from Cincinnati, has Uigd with SEPTKMHKR 1, 1894. til Sept. 4, 1S94 llrldge to cover space toH feel me and I can guarrnlee satisfaction tn every parJames Black, ol Barbourville, Editor over 0,000,000 trees in tho United ticular. Call asd see my goods. between abutments 16 feel wide. Work 10 Btntes. completed by Nov. 1, 18.) 4 Apply to letter on in Dycbe, of London, and quite a number M1SSL1CCIE MKAZLEY, Held July "To meet my tho earl," W,Lincoln County CourtPresiding. 9, 1804, Hon. person to J.S 1IOSLKY, Stanford, Ky. of others more or lesa noted were along, K Varnon, ludge, J S OWhLKY,SK.. is tho very high nud lofty reading oil L. submitting to the voters of tb Ci The election JOHN IIKIOHT, among whom I muBt not forget to men- tho notes of J. II. McALISlKH. invitation received by tho ty of Stanloid whether or not spirituous, sinous Msolofely Committee, tion the brilliant 0. V. Kiloy, of Pine-vill- Bradley-Martior ma.tlnuors shall be sold, bartered or loaned contingent who recolvo therein, hat ing become void by reason ol the lail -:- After going through Shawanee, invitations to house parties at Raima-can- . ure of to pott notice of the same, the petitioners by attorney appeared in open court and and the beautiful Powell's Valley where tiled a copy o( the Judgment of the Lino In Cir A cream of tarter baking pow- I saw tnanv herds that reminded me of in Miss Sophio A. NordhofT, n former cuit Lou it vs W K. Varn.n, Judge of the Lincoln der. Highest of all in leavening my own, we arrived at Hagan, Virginia. plaintiffs, A. G. HUFFMAN, Pror. student of medicino nt Washington, ac- County Court, upon a motion of a writ of manda-mistrength. Latest United States Hero I felt I was on sacred ground. a copy of said judgmetit having Un on the cording to foreign import, lias been ap Having Mught oat G A Pevton, t am prepar upon the d.fendatit, day June, 1894, Government Food Report. ed to lurnlsh my customers wiit ih. best ol Milk Quito a crowd struck out across the pointed a physician nt tho famous wom- as judgeola'rrt smd, bysrrved his accepting same, Ihe por from the purest breeu of tion of said Judgment awarding the wnt ol manan's cliuio ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., loftv stone mountain for Harlan, most Munich. of Professor von Wtukel in damus is in words and figures as follows, of us on foot, I from choice, the others Lincoln Circuit Cojrt At the prices already established 100 Wall Street, New York. Jean Jacques Sebatier, ngert 102; Vic- V. II. Penny, and others, I'ltls. j Milk delivered from neceasity. Among these a beautiIn Stantord and Rowland twice per day Judgment. tor Baillod and Jean Bousot, each 101, All accounts due at the end ot jo days. ful young lady. When we reached the K Varnon, Judge of Lincoln) A. S. Co. Court, Deft. half way place the crowd all halted for a and Joeph Rose, aged 100, are believed I will also stand ray thoroughbred Jersey Hull, This cause was submitted by Ihe parties upon by a French newspaper thnt has nindo DKALKK IN- SURGEON DENTIST. breathinz snell and called loudly for a tho inquiry to bo tho only survivors of their agreed statement of the question in and ol the facts on file, aud upou t e aiii.la. St. Bpeech, but I told them: "I had plenty Napoleon's grand nnny. Offico over McRobem Drug Store in the n sit on file, and on tho motion of plaintiffs for writ (Subject to Registry) Owsley Building. ot mandamus, notice of which motion wa waived of gas but my wind was exhausted." Stanford At TWO DOLLARS AND A HALF the season : Mrs. Mary Greene, who celebrated by the defendant, and the court being advised Is A, G illKfMA.N This caused a lauh that awoko the her ono hundred and second birthday a 01 opinion, ana so adjudged that it was it was the legal duty ot the defendant as judge ol the Lin mocking echoes of the mountains and few days ago at Swnmpton, R. I., has coln county court to order the election asked fore petition to said defendant, we moved on. I saw a great monarch of lived for over 75 years in her present by plaintins In thlr are and that plaintiffs entitled to the remedy forest from a 150 to 200. feet high home, which is within two miles of tho sought by their motion; their motion is therefore the sustained, and the writ of mandamus is awarded lying prone upon the earth. The axe houso in which sho was born. against W K Varnon, Judge of the Lincoln IV. W GREEN, Proprietor. comn anded at th neat Dr. C. H. S. Davis of Meridcn, Conn., Court, by which he of the rude mountaineer had done tho regular term of the Lincoln County Court lo is said to havo ono of tho finest libraries upon the order book of his court an order di : : : Kentucky. work and the great monarch of the wood Dr. Davis reeling an election to be held in and for the city was left to return to the mother earth in tho stato of Connecticut. ol Stanford and directing the Sheriff of Lincoln is tho Biblia, n monthly jour poll au election and I am still running this from whence he sprung. I saw the nal of editor of and nrchspological liter- county to hold voting places in open acity, therefor Hotel and for the said at each of the Biblical will continue potitett precinct, Catrons ature, and a joint editor of Ancient purpose of taking the sense ol the legal voters of Candies, Nuts, Tobacco, Cigars. tion as well asto give my guests thealTurdt. atten. celebrated Brier-fielthe best the market said city upon the proposition whether or not spirCreek, the ivy thicket from which tho Egypt. ituous, vinous or malt liijiiors shall be sold, barpecial Attention to tho Traveltered or loaned therein Inasmuch as, by reason n. bloody assieeins shot Judge James Lady and Lord Tcrenco Blackwood of the rctutal of defendantto make said order at Headquarters for almost anything ing Public. the regular term of said court when plaintill's apAll these were familiar to me havo an iuconio of only nbout $15,000 plication was made, It Is now too late to hold said When you want a from the trials of the assassins in Whit not a largo stun for tuiloid aud milady. election on the das designated in the plaintiffs' turnout com to toy On the rjrd day petition, ley by change of venue. Tho great part of this comes from the and at the same term enable the sherofff June, 1S94, you want. When you want Jja.fi rst comply to Vor a with the requirements of the law, th. I met some of those bloody men, they settlement xnndo upon his daughter by election should be advertised by him that least said two at Price to suit th hard times Call or leave order Mr. Davis, as Lord Terenco had only Refreshing Bath, Hot or Gold, appeared glad to see me and gave me a about Wfeks1fore the day of election, the delcndant is class'meal for 25c, call on him. at th Myers Home Ufhc. $1,500 a year of his own. commanded In his said order tor said election lo high recommendation to their friendp. A stTlbh Hair Trim or Cl.in Shave, go to fix another and later day as reasonably near the day asked for by plaintiffs as will afford ample Several of them have spoken to me about by Cook & Farmer's Barber Shop. their more recent cases. There is but F. N. Inncs, tho bandmaster, has just time for the advertisement thereof required wise law. And this writ of mandamus liewlll in no Co completed "n descriptive spcotaclo, " omit to obey." In obedience to the command In one of those four murderers in the peniappearing IF YOU ARK GOING., writ as above fully set cut and giving a musical history of tho civil said the money to pay the cxnes.es itthat appli tentiary. He is there for life. We sent Stanford, Ky. Or STANrORD,:KY war, which ho proposes to proent dur- that are by law required to pay has been paid cants ok Is now fully orgsoited and ready for business with another hut the court of appeals turned ing tho tour ho will begin lie eld is ordered that an election court: with his baud intothe city ofItStanford, Ky., on the itt 'ay of Sep in . him out by granting him a new trial. ou Aug. 14. THE tetnber isoi betwern ne nours 11 7 A. M. ana 4 r Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. poll to bo opened This was an awful outrage but then you of the voting Ono successful play very often makes M. A In said city for the at each of taking the places purr ose -ourpius, . '1000. know that is what the people pay the tho fortune of its author. William 11a- - sense ol the legal voters of said city upon the or not vinous or SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL judges 83,000 a year for. It is remarked worth was a struggling actor until "Tho propoutlou whethtr be sold, spirituous, or loaned malt liquors shall bartered BANK OF STANFORD, all over Harlan county that they never Ensign" was produced. IIo tried for therein, the result of said election to be certified JAMES YKAGF.R. THOMAS YEAGEK, Now closing up) with the same asset and to and returned as required by law In the election under convicted another of the four bloody two years to dispone of it, but noarly of county nlTiceri. in. same management, fly provisions of its chatter, depositors are as r everybody thought tho big The follow ing officers are appointed to hold said murderers, after I quit the case. J saw fully protected as aie depositor, in National Louisville , Nashville R. R. I Hanks, its shareholders being held Individually on Catron's Creek the two trees from be Econes could not bo handled effectively election: Precinct, No t. I. M, ilruce and II. K. Voting liaolc to the eatent of th. amount of their stock Wearen, Judges, V. II. Penny, clerk, J. D. Jonts Tur- on tho stacc. therein at th par value thereol, in addition to th hind which Wils Howard and Is the line Tor you, as ita sheriff. amount invested in such shares. It may actas Voting Precinct, No 1. A G Eastland and J. Special Rates to Commercial Men. ner fought their celebrated duel. Both eiecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully at Those Who auk P obteo Will tell II. Knglemaft, judges, J, R. Hales, sherlll, C. U sn individual wounded, Turner killed; bullet marks you STANFORD, KY. To thoi. who entrusted their buisiness to us Make close connections at that tho finest and healthiest Carson, clerk noting l'recinct, iso. 3. j.m mil ana j. .. still there on the trees. while mnaging th Lincoln Unk ol summer resorts in tho northwest are VanArsdale, judges, Joseph Coffey, sheriff, Win. II you need lis ery give us a call. Nothing but aiamoru, we w. nere lenuer ourNationalthanks and LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI many Col. George Turner, of Harlan, says located nlong tho Wisconsin Central Severance, clerk. first class turnouts will leavo our stable. Sec us trust they will continue to transact their busineal For all points. GFO H. COOPKR. ferrates. In our with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenthe ladies here are such excellent marks- Lines, nmonp- which are Lake Villa. Fox Attest. Clerk Lincoln County Court. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. tion to same, our twenty years' experience la Lake, Antioch, Burlington, Mukwnnago, BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH men that they can set up an oak board banking and as liberal accommodations as arc HARNESS SHOP In compliance with the requirements of the law Waukesha, Neenah, Waupaca, Fifield, with sound banking For any information enquire of edgewise and at the distance of '2o yards Ashland and Duluth. Tourists and the following order ol election by the County You will find a good assortment of Harness, JOES. KICK. Agent, Judge of Lincoln County is published fur the DIMCCTOHt: Saddles. Ac. Havo your repairing done by Stanford, Ky Or split it wide open pleasure seekers figuring on their next of all concerned. our man he understands hi business. We have a J. J. Williams, Mt. Veruon ; J, N. Menefce, W. A. MeQUOWN, Trar. Pass. Agent, uly Sheriff Lincoln Co. 1894. Bummer's vacation should bear this in mcchacicin our I am stopping with Col. D. H. Smith, S. It. &hatiksubtanford; Junction City, Ky his wife an elegant lady, his daughter mint! and before selecting a ronto drop a J. S. Owsley, Stanford; BLACKSMITH SHOP. lino to Jas. C. Pond, General Passenger S J. Kmbry, Stanford; A. G. Lanham beautiful, everything good to eat and John B..Castleraan. Will guarantee first class work' and satisfactory Agent of tho Wisconsin Central Lines, J II Owsley, Stanford; price Ti y o jr horse sho r. more than 100 bushels of ripe grapes in at Milwaukee, Wis., and he will send Agints for Deenng Machines, the lightest draft J F. Cash, Stanford; his vineyard. I am pleased with tho you maps, time tables and guide books machine on earth. William Gooch, Stanlord; Shortest and quickest between people and delighted with Harlan (own containing valuable information, which A. W. Carpenter, MIMcilgevilU, K are mailed free upon application. W II. Cummins, Preachcrtvill I shall certainly include this county in . . S, II. Shanks, President my circuit. I could write a book about The Big Four Route to Chicago and St. Dr. J.Mi. Owsley, Cashier, Only Direct Line between what I have seen since I left home. Louis. W.M. Bright, Teller. y I saw a man here to whom I The DIG FOUR route has the best terminal la. Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, AND Chicago on All trjlns Oarlislo, Mayavillo, Oynthiana, loaned a horse to go to mill in Lincoln cilitles at Chicago. tracks alongenter miles of the tho Illinois Central six Falmouth und Covington. Lake Front, through tho most picturesque portion L'l years ago. He was telling tho crowd of the NATIONAL BANK city, and lands passengers in the magnifi. a Kentucky &CASTLEMAN nbout it. A triple reputation preceded cent New Central Station 011 Twelfth Street aud Ask for ticketsby Central StandardMidland. Trains OK STANFORD, KY. I tine. run Lake Front. This station is convenient to the me here, a criminal lawyer, an orator Auditorium, Richelieu, Victoria and I. eland HoTirue Tabid Jnne 24, 1894. MANAGERS, blocks of 'he Slate and Waand a fighting man. You ought to hear tels ;.nd within two Capital Stock No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. TRAINS EAST. Side KleLines and Commerce Building, Louisville the tales they tell here about my whip- bash Street CableConvenient tho South also made- Leave Frank or t A a. m. p. in. p. m. stops are vated Railway. Surplus 4 10 00 7 00 Park,Thirty-uintStreet and ' , ping big men in the Stanford court- at HydeStreet Stations. Summit Agents throughout the South. 416 110 700 SOLD TO Attention of " Klknorn aj 411 to th.'fas house. 7" Magnificent Vestlbuled Trains, Parlor Cars, ALL POINTS: that this Is the the public is invited in Stanford only National Hank " Switier 718 4S 140 Cars, Private Here is no place to choose a wife. Wagner Sleeping and Suptrb Compartment BufUnder the provisions of the National Bank Act 28 2 00 " Stamping Ground7 4 38 Dining Cars. No TBIBBLE, Local Agent, They are so beautiful never could tell fet Sleeplug Cars W. A. OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, depositors are secured not only by Ji canital Duvall ' .734 aio t 44 I trausfer across Cincinnati to make connections. ttOClC., hilt llV II.M .InLI. a so " Johnson 4 jo .j 40 " , ..the .im.miiucil liability .1. lor . STANFORD, KY. Your ticket should read via the IMG FOUR ...... amount s 33 " Georgetown,...!! ...7 4S WISCONSIN, which one I'd rather have. They asked Route to enjoy these oris lieges. Solid trains bestock, so 4 57 m .m. i.. equal to ,c nturcu rr. a ha. ol S.oo.ooo. i. :..!..' ..... .m....uu " C. S. Depot 7 35 s 03 oy lund 3 00 tween Cincinnati and St. Louis, with Palace me what ago I wanted. I said anywhere Five sworn statements of thecondilion of the bank 80S " Newton to 3 13 MISSOURI, KANSAS, 8 16 Portland! between 10 and GO. A widow kero, who Sleeping Cars between St. Louis and Washington, " Centreville art mad each yearto the United Sutes govern3 31 3 3; San Francisco ment and Its assets are examined at stated titaasj 8 20 " 3 33 3 43 The elegant service effered by the BIG FOUR Arrive Elizabeth C NEBRASKA, COLORADO, by government agents, thus lecurmg addititoaa 8 30 has a widow daughter, aud a Singleton between Cincinnati rnd bt. Louis Is excelled by Paris 4 00 5 35 and perfect safety lo denositni.. one, told Iter daughters that that being ro other line. Night trains are composed ot new A This institution, originally established as tht) ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, cars throughout, coaches of the latest Improsed Deposit iBank of Stanford in .838. then the case she would inform them she was pattern and Wagner Sleeping Cars In service for TRAINS WEST. No. . No. 4. No. 8 No. 13 11. d as the National Bank ol Stanford in 1803 and a.m. p. tn. a. rn TEXAS, , 4 40 Parlor in the fight. I called upon all of them the first time. Day trains have Dining and Draw- Lve Paris ..C againr.prganiiedatbe First National Bank ol 6 OS to 00 A, 43 Cars and ing Room Cars and exquisite Stanford in iS8j, has had practically an uninterVIA 61; St. Arr .1010 321 They all live at tho same house. ihrmiuh Palace IlufTet Sleenlnir Cars between In Arr Kllxabeth rupted existence of w years. It is better S0UIH-WE6 19 WEST, Centreville... ...io 14 Louis and Washington D. C, via Cincinnati, now with facilities for transacting business supplied prompt 637 I underestimated the magnitude of tho dianinolis and Chesapeake Si Ohio Ry in con Arr Newtown 340 .ion 641 ly and liberally than ever before In its lohr 600 V." The Dining ArrC.S. Depot aad 9 3' "F. FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS giant forest trees, somo chestnut trees nection with extends through F.from bt. Louis to Arr Georgetown U --1037 honorable career. Account of corporations, fidu643 747 Car Service AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. ciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully sollc- 11 47 800 regarding rates, Arr Johnson. 651 here make a thousand rails often 150 to Washington ror lull infoimation 6 810 .........lo ji nearest ticket agent, or address . Arr Duvall Th Directory of this Bank 11 composed ol the cut. These mountains are loaded etc., apply to Pass, and Ticket Agt.,or E. O. Arr Stamp'g Ground 11 00 703 830 THE BEStIwutItO THE U.Martin, Gen'l ffilOUIS Villi MtWilBAIITiiCHlCACORTTS Forestus Reid, Lincoln county; 11 10 Arr bwttzer 713 03c McCormick, Pass. Traffic Manager. p y within and without with inexhaustible Arr Elkhorn 7 1117 9 5 S. T. Harris, Lincoln; Arrbummlt 736 1123 913 mines of coal and timber for ages. PlenO. A. Lackey, Lincoln; Frankfv,rt...A Bitters. Electric 'UtLMAN VESTIBULED COACHES. Arr , 1130 733 923 PULLMANSAND ty of bear here. A prominent lawyer This remedy is becoming so well known and so J. W.Uayden, Stanford; A connects with L. & N. SLEEPING AND DINING CAR! PARLOB CARS. has three traps set on his farm, I) connects with Q. A C. and L. S. need no special mention. All who S.H. Baughman.lLineoIn; Konulsr asto Electric Bitters sing the same song of C connects with K. C. J. S . Uocker, Stanford ; SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE Quite a sensation was created ono day praise. A purer medicine does not exist and it is SUNDAY TRAINS. W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric ; Georgetown 10 00 a, NORFOLKWESTERN RAILROAI a. m diseases of the Liver and M. D. Elmore, Stanford; Hitters will cure RUNNING - DINING - CARS. last week, by an attempt, as some say, to neys, will removeallPimples, Hoils, Salt llheum Kid- m.Leave Franklort 9 001037; arrivo Frankfort 11 30 Lve Georgetown shoot the judge on the bench, but al- other affections caused by Impure blood; and p. m. T. P, Hill, Stanford. CHEAPEST, BEST AND QUICKEST LINE. will WR11E TO K. L. Tauncr, McKlnney; though I sat near him I did not notico drive malaria from the system and prevent as The Kentucky Midland Radwayand connections form the shortest aud cheapest route to all Write for Rates, Jlntu, De6Crlntts all malarial fevers. For cure of M.J.Miller, Mt. Vernon. B.jH. BACON, D. P. A.. F. ; UEED.G. PA it. The judge, however, had the sheriff well as cure uniphlcts, to any fetation Agent, or to Constipation and Indigestion, try Eloctrlc points South, East, North and West. Chicago, 111. Louisville, Ky. J S. Hocker, President; For further information apply to their agent. Entire satisfaction guaranteed or money m. r. Bnacc, ALLEN HULL, W. B. BCVILL, toj summon 20 men to come into tho nitters. Price 30c and $1 per bottle at A ,R. C. D. BEIICAW, Gen Pass. Agent. John J. McRoberts, Cashier; Dli. I, Tmrll.i W.l rMw.crr.i4U Xg o to keep the peace. The man reiunded. drug store. Denver. GEO. II. HARPbll, Gen. Supt St. Paul. A. A. McKlnney, Assistant Carhler. Penny's BUlMJkE, ta. loLiaiitb, o. inmost, U. IMCIl YKATt 12 ADVANCK tvo JW-Wh- 6 OR 8 PAGES. T mm was under the iniluenco of liquor. They E. DAWSON have prohibition here, but plonty of. This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and Is a Candidate for Magistrate In the Stanfoid Subject to the action of Ihe democracy. whisky also, and the preacher said to- others not to trespass on our lands without permission, day in his sermon, it did no good. His est extentas all suth will be prosecuted to the ful of the law. Signed: C. DAVID sermon was for temperance and warning MRS. AMANDA ALCORN. W. M. tiKWKS. us of the danger of tho Catholics. Is a candidate for Constable In the Huston llle Magisterial District, subject to the action ol the There are too many foreigners coming democratic party. here, there must bo somo restriction plac- GENERAL REPAIR SHOP. ed upon immigration; anarchy, nihilism, V. SHANNON, communism, socialism, nil come across Upholstering Lounges, Mattresses, Rocking It a candldato for Constable In tho Hustonvllle the ocean. Jetlerson was right when ho Chairs aud all kinds ol Precinct. Klcctiou November next. wished the brotd Atlantic a lUme of 1ro Furnituro Repaired, to separate us from Europe. What grand And Varnished Prices to suit Ihe times Call mouuUins! Whatn glorious country! and iiv me at II. C Ruplcy'sold stand opposite Is a candidate lor Justice ol the Peace In the precinct, subject to the action ol the Those stupendous mountains are tho Straub's Tin Suop. JOHN T. Bl.ANKENblllP, rty Main Street, Stanford, Ky. democratic 35 im fastuesses where nature in her wild, savi age grandeur has entrenched herself and I.. II. ADA MS, stubbornly defies the slowly advancing I a cimlidate for Justice of the Peace in the Hus. march of civilization. Her fortresses tonville precinct;. ubject to the action of the demF. U. RILEV.lProprlotor. here are impregnable ocratic party POSTED. W. pre-clnc- t. Two doors above Post. Office. Always on hand II. PEYTON, The Nobie3t and Nicest Goods? ;g. d. smiley Mm M hk Mm le of THE KILEY HOUSE J. BENEDICT. PENNY Oculist. Ln-l- Blue-Gra- ss D. S. CARFEXTTEB,, well-know- Knob Land for Sal a Higgins & Watts, P- - ra.,Bluo-Gras- All Kinds of Cool, neyer-lallin- g Stanford, Bridge Building:! Rospootfully Invited. 1 Powdet J son-in-la- e. Pure n 47-t- d Jersey Dairy. s. to-w-it' R. Zimmer, -- Jorsoy Cows, fflHtip PRICE, NV centre-sers- y Fancy Sluflre of Groceries, Lambert, ft lUW Foreign and Do The Myers House, Stanford, n 1 en-t- mestic Fruits, d Mid-dleto- first-cla- ttf-w- LIVERY STABLE. R. ZIMMER. Farmers Bank&Trnst i JtfORTH WEST. vj 1 man-of-wa- VEAGER & YEAGER, Double Dally Trains - con-uste- nt Hri-dl- es, I ROYAL OP LIVERPOOL. Ky. Midland R'y, I nsurance Company Cincinnati and Frankfort NORFOLK RAILROAD. . to-da- BARBEE WESTERN FIRST TICKETS b Twenty-secon- I d 1 m...... .1 8200,000 2,3b.9 -- -- 1 " ." .1 World's Fair Record. CHICAGO to-da- y. 'E NORTB-WSS- T, S1 s liTillhllllilMHl3l m fc j -- NORTH AND EAST. Head-ach- TIinc-TnWe- s, court-hous- Ii-.- tr A !'. ' l- -' lsi-- i - jLfl . e & Jii