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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894082801 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. !? -' iV-'i- ic-Sr'- S 'ft Semi Weekly Interior Journal VOL. XXII. CHURCHAFFAIRS. vr ( oV - STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. AUGUST 28. 4894. THECROWNLESS MARTYRS OF THE MARRIAGE RING. (WRITTEN NO. M of tho embankment. llev. II. 0. Morrison will ,pnach nt tho Ghristiau church Wcilneadfiy nt 7:80 Tho Chlnoso tnurdururri of Kov. Jamt'8 Wylle have been ordered to bo beheaded by nn Imperial edict. In a UruBscls church in pronorved n thorn supposed to bo from tho crown which Chriflt woro on tho cross. Tho Methodiht prenchor at Fontorin, 0 has been ostracised by his conereKft-tio- n beCBiiau hu married n negro woman. Tho now Methodist church nt Uur Kin will bo dedtcntud tho necond Sunday In September. Dr. II. C. Morrison, of Atlanta, Ga., will preach tho Hennon. Harrodsburg Democrat. Mr. L. M, Laaloy held a meeting of 10 days with Rev. W. B. Reagan at Wy att'a Chapel, betwenn London and Manconvor-aion- a chester, which rosulted in and 8 or 10 eanctiflcations. A hugo tent, 100x130 feet, will be erected at Frankfort for tho Mllla revival meeting to bo held thero in September. An annex will bo attached for a choir of 1C0 voices, and tho wholo will seat 3,000 people. Rev. Mr. Campbell, pastor of tho Lancaster nnd Waco churches, filled tho pulpit at tho Baptist church hero Sunday morning nnd nluht. Ho was en route to tho Tatea Creek Association, which convenes nt Scaffold Cano, Rockcastle county, Rev. II. C. Morrison nrrlved Friday. Since ho was hero In July ho has held meeting with Drs. Caridino and Rhine-heaat Waco nnd Scottsvllle.Texni, and Victoria, Miss., where thero were tremendous out pourings of tho holy spirit. Over MX) either professed conversion or entire sanctiflcatiou. Rev. II. C. Morrison got his dales wrong nnd waa not awnro thnt ho was duo to open tho Bethel camp meeting near Covington, till Manager J. W. Wilson, camo over nnd Informed him. He loft on Saturday's train, but will bo back and speak till Saturday for tho prohibition cause. Tub liquor dealers' association of Sf. Louis attempted to get out an injunction against Sam Jones nnd his camp meeting, on tho ground that it was a dirgrecu of the city and a mennco to tho mornln nnd reputation of Its citizens. Samuel had been very bitter in his remnrka concerning tho trnfllc and had said "a wo man might as well bo married to n dog as a saloon keeper." d to-da- Farther down under the wreck he could hear nn Imprisoned passenger calling for help in a voice which indicated that ita owner's lungs were uninjured In tho accident. Presently tho owner of tho stentorinn voice crawled up under tho wreck to whero Mr. Carter was lying, nnd said: "My God man! Get out of tho way and let me pass. Why don't you try to get out? I can eeo n window just beyond you through which wo can escape." "I nm sorry, my friend, but my legs nre fast, I can't move," replied Mr. Carter. "Jerk them loose! Don't block up the way." "I fear both of my legs nre broken. It agonizes mo to move them," said Mr. Carter. "Be quiet now. I would let you by if I could release my feet, but that is impossible. A piece of heavy timber lies across my ankles." "Oh! God what must I do? Can't you twist yourself to ono side nnd let mo pass?" "No, I tell you I nm pinioned fast. Keep quiet, calm yourself, n rescuing party is nt work on tho other sido of the embankment. When our turn comes they will get us out. Where are you r. M. II Y K. T. SMITJT. ro TUB INTRtdOK jOl'HNAL ) (Continued from Inst Tuesday.) fmke! "For your What would 1 not do rt Denies the Statement and Asks a Cor- rection. 'To the Kdilor ol the Inttrtor Journal.) I In the last Issuo of your paper appeared a statement from your Brodhead correspondent, which is nn absurdity and an untruth. And to provo to tho world that the statement ia an untruth I glvo his words and reason thorofrom: Mr. Thoe. Austin, V. S. D. 0., told mo barrels of whisky that ho had left Mr. Bethuruin's warehouse and that at ho had tho koy and that when ho weut back to seo about it 'twas all gone except one piece of n barrel." Now Mr. Austin did not tell your honored correspondent any such a thing for ho ia too much of n gentleman to make any Buch remark. The records of his office show that I have not been engaged in tho business of distilling (or more than two years. With respect to your correspondent and justice to myself I ask tho gentleman to rectify this at once. Then thero was a shriek of agony, a D. 1. BuTiiimuii. sound of ponderous driving wheels Aug. S3. Mt. Vernon, Ky., grinding on the rails, n crash of timbers, Tho Q. & C. will sell then darkness, then a blank. To Mackinac Tho stock train had plunged, at full tickets September 3rd nnd 4th, for trains arriving Cincinnati beforo 7:30 a. m., tho speed, Into tho rear of tho Bleoper, split4th, from points in Kentucky, nt low ting the sleeper in twain, part of it going reduced rates. Routo to Mackinac is via down ono side of tho embankment, nnd Q. & O., 0. II. & D. nnd Lako StoumoJB. part of it on tho other Bide. Tho engine Tickets good to September 17 h to re- of the stock train lay on its sido nt the turn. bottom of tho embankment, and from its Latonia. Tho Fall Meeting at Loto-ni- dome tho steum and hot water were extends from September 1st to Octo gushiug out with a deafening roar. bor Oth. Tho Quoon & Orescent will Above tho hissing steam rose tho cries sell tickets to Cincinnati each day, good and moans of tho wounded and dying, d Mr. Carter had fallen on tho sido of the f days to return, nt ono nnd trip. Ask agents for ombnnkmont opposite to tho engine. His faro for tho round particulars. W. C. Rinearuon, G. P. A., body, supported by ono of tho sleeper'B seats, lay dingoually across n ditch, Cincinnati. Lexington Fair. Aug. 28th to Sept which carried tho water from a culvert 3rd. Tho Queen A Crescent Route will that ran under the embankment at that sell tickets to Lexington and return each point. Water that escaped from tho overturnday of fair, at ono faro for tho round trip, 0. ed engine on tho opposite side of tho emgood to return until September 6th. W. Zoll, D. P. A., Cincinnati, 0., W. 0. bankment, ran through this culvert, and being dammed by tho wreckage, formed Rinearson, G. P. A., Cincinnati, 0. a pool of scalding temperature, under Danville. Misses Jennie McKinney him, from which a cloud of steam rose in and Nannie Kennedy, of HuBtonville, are almost suffocating density. visiting tho Misses Read. The meeting When Mr. Carter recovered consciousat Caldwell church closed Thursday ness and found his arms free, he proceed night, with 13 additions. The Boyle ed to remove the and curcounty party hunting in Colorado has tains which had bandaged his head, and killed 20 deer and lots of other game, which, bo wet were they from the conand Allen Kenney crippled one grizzly densed fateam, had nearly suffocated bear. Mrs. Deborah Lord, widow ol Al- him. ' fred Lord, died at her home, after an illAs Boon as he had freed his head be ness that has extended at intervals for attempted to draw up his benumbed more than the past year. Farria A legs, but found they were tightly pinionWhitley have put 80 head of ed by some heavy timbers near the anmules to feed in a corn- kles. The slightest movement sent a field on John L. Smith's farm, in Gar- thrill of anguish through him. Turning rard county, at $2.50 per month. Advo- - his head to one side, bo as to inhale as cate little of the steam as possible, be quietly s The Ohio river at Portsmouth, 0., is awaited the nrrival of the rescuing party that were at work on the opposite side lower than it has been since 1SS0. 20-od- d for your pake? I will go! I will take tho Kastbournl train for Now York. I hear tho train coming. " Then overcome ho leaned his bend wearily on tho bnck of tho bench. "How can I thank you?" she exclaimed. "Now good bye, my dearest, my truest, my best friend. Nightly I Bhall pray for your happiness." Ho oxtended his hand without raising his head. Sho stooped over, brushed back the hair from his pale brow, then implnnled a kiss there, so puro that the recording angel recorded tho act to her glory and not to her shame. Wken he, startled, looked up, she had fled, fleet as n fawn, towards tho hotel. When ho reached the depot his train had not arrived. It was tho whistlo of tho Westbound train that ho heard. This train was panting, Impatiently, to bo off, but tho bloody eyo of tho ordec signnl transfixed nud held it with its Gorgon stare. "Hello! Charlie, which way now?" Conductor Wright of the Westbound greeted him, ns he entered tho ticket olliro. "Going Fast. How long before the EaatlKHind train comes?" "It's an hour late. Just getting orders to meet it at Aldorson's. Jump on with mo and meet It. I'll Btop when we meet nnd put you on your train," said Conductor Wright, ns the operator handed him tho orders. This iust suited Mr. Carter. He wanted to keep moving. Any thing to keep him from thinking, bo ho climbed on the train ns it moved off. When the trains met ho secured n berth in tho Now York sleeper, and laid down without uudrersing. Are you sick, sir?" naked tho porter, nttonished that ho wanted a berth at that hour. "No, but broke down and don't want to bo interrupted," ho replied as ho clos-th- e curtains. Tho train swept along tho banks of the sinuous Greenbrier like an embashed hurricanoi Tho cars rocked and Bwayed and swayed with tho accelerated speed. Ho heard tho conductor say, as he passed his berth. "We'll make the Washing ton connection if Chalkley keeps up thia lick." Then ho felt the brakes grinding on tho wheels and tho speed begin to Blacken. Then ho heard four shrill whistles and thn train came to n stand. Through a crack in his window curtain ho flaw tho trainmen gather around one of (he trucks of tho sleeper. The odor of burning greaso filled tho car. "A hot box," he Bald as he turned over. In the rear of the sleeper ho could hear the flagman rummaging around and then he heard him halloo: "Say porter, whore's my signal case? I put it right hero in this this corner when I got on." "I aint seen nothing of it. Guess it's in tho forward sleeper though. I saw you go in that car when you got on at Good-byo.m 1 hurt?" "I'm not hurt, but I had just bb well bo, for I'll die from suffocation under here. I'll make this railroad company Btnoke for this as euro as my name is Allyn." Just then a blaze II lined up nt the farther end of the wreck. It grew larger and larger as it crunched the inflammable material of the cars with its llqiy fangs. "My G d! the wreck's on fire! Lot mo out! Help! Oh! God savo me! Spare my life!" exclaimed the man who was going to make the railroad company smoke and he beat and banged tho imprisoning timbers with ids clenched hands. "Say my friend, bo a man. All thnt banging nnd yelling will do no good. You say yorr nnme is Allvu. Is It Thomas Allyn?" asked Mr. Carter, nnd Le tremblingly nwnitod tho answer. "Yes, that's my name, but my God can't you fix eomo way forme to get out?" Thomas Allyn!" thought Mr. Carter. "That Is lien husband's name.! If it is her husband he Is in my power now! No earthly power can check those flames which are fast coming this way." "Mr. Allyn, are you married?" asked Mr. Carter with bated breath. "Yes. My wife! my poor wife!" "Was she on the train withyou?" "No, ehe'a at White Sulphur waiting for mo now. Oh! My God!" . "What ia her name?" arked Mr. Carter, gulping between each word. "Kvelyn. Ob! Lordy! Lordy! To be burned alive. Help!" broke forth Mr. Allyn with renewed vigor. (To bo continued.) To Belinda's Curl in My Watch. Tho' of refined cold my watch should be made, And lt hands with dUmouds thould sparkle and thine. Tho' with richest Jewell its case be inlaid, And rarest rubles Its pinions confine, Twuuld not be lor these its value I'd measure. To lose thee, I'd ne'er sigh In despair Frr In its case there's a more precious treasure, A wee curl of my Love's sweet, brown hair. More precious to me is thii dearest treasure, Than all of the ealth of the land and the sea, Not Jewels nor cold can e'er hope to measure The priceless value of that curl to me, Oh! that every strand a hairspring would be To ipeed ths slaw beat of Time's lagging feet To haste the dull hours and bring back to me, The glorious pietencc of my Love, my Sweet' 12. T. Smith. The London Flar. Had I nwnkened nnd found myself in the largo now amphitheatre on the London fair grounds I would hnvo been puzzled to know "whero I waa at," notwithstanding tho fact I nm about as familiar with tho section around London as I nm with thnt around Stanford. An ntnfHiitheatre with a seating capacity of 2,500 is no small thing for a fair association in n mountain country to put up, w but such an one .has been built by the Laurel County Fair Association and the DON'T ACCEPT IMITATIONS. best part about it ia the association had THE PROCTER S. OAMOLE CO, CIMTI. almost enough money in the treasury to pay for it, cash down. For the last eight years I have looked forward to going to the London Fair and up to date I have not been disappointed a single time. I like this fair J. M. HUBBARD, A. M.( President. first because it is a good one in every particular and secondly because it is 4, 1894. managed and attended by as good a set Full corps orConservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior of people as "e'er the sun shone on," An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars coune in Literature, Music aa furnished on application. No, I haven't missed a single London fair and if I have my say about it I will continue to go as regularly ns I have gone Bince its beginning. Beyond doubt the fair which closed Friday was the best in the association's 10, 1894. history. The show of stock was better Thirty Professors and Instructors; Nine Courses of Study, as foland the races would, have been a credit s circuit. The rings all lows: Agricultural, Scientific, Biological, Chemical, Civil Engineerto the filled well and tho trots and running ra- ing, Mechanical Engineering, Veterinary, Classical, Normal School. ces had from three to eight starters. The COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. trot Friday was hotly contested and the Board in dormitories $2. 25 per week; in private families $3. 50 to 4.00. track record was lowered 1J seconds. For Catalogues apply to Henry Traynor'B Warsaw did it, defeatJAS. K. PATTERSON, Ph. D., President, ing Quinine S. and Tom Covington. Tho Lexington, Ky. track is slow and is about 45 yards over a mile and was covered in tho last heat THE HERD OK in 2:2SJ. Pretty good time for the mountains. Lincoln's horses was largely and well Mr. J. K. Farris had a represented. R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, string of them, J. F. Cook had two and Grab Orchard, - - Kentucky. Tom Napier and Joe McClure, of the East End, had several. Mr. Farris showPigs ed bis yearling filly, Susie W.f by Eagle Stock. Breeders secured from the beit herds In several foi sale from the best types of Registered different States. Correspondence Solicited Bird, dam Mollie Mounce, in the combined ring butby some means thejudges W. H. HlGGINS. W. B. McKinnev. saw fit to let her go with the red tie, the kick tho audience male against it. Afterwards she was shown in her own ring and easily defeated the field. She waa tho subject of much favorable comment. Mr, Farris took four ties, Tom Napier won tho pacing race with the sorrel horse A. T. Nuunelley once owned. Jesse Cook got threo ties and Joe McClure two. V" One of the most interesting rings was We have our plows in and can show you the "the best lady rider." Lincoln county t ' was again in luck and handsome Mies Maymo Lynn won the pretty gold watch offered by the association. Miss Mollie, the lovely little daughter of clever Capt. Frank Riley, got the red tie. Both of the young ladles acquitted themselves very creditably. Mrs. John Bastin, formerly of thia county, took the premium iu the fancy turnout ring and Mrs. Dr. For the money. Come and see them before you purchase. Jackson Givens, whose husband lived in this county until a few years ago, took the blue tie for "tho best lady driver." A delightful hop was given Thursday night at the Riley House in honor of the visiting ladies, who were present in large numbers. Refreshments were served nt the proper hour nnd nothing was left undone that would add to the pleasure of those who were fortunate enough to A 4iriAn 99&o PURE Stanford Female College. Next Session Begins Tuesday, Sep. State CollegeoFKentueky Opens September . blue-gras- riLUE-GItAS- S Duroc Red Jersey Swine PLOWS 1t Best Plow on the ket. Mar- HlGGINS & McKINNEY. attend. I am under lasting obligations to President W. L. Brown, Secretary 0. R. Baugh and Director R. M. Jackson for courteous treatment. They are tho right men for the offices they fill and the success of the fair is not a little duo to them. I am glad to be nblo to say that our excellent correspondent, Mr. John Pearl, will in the future be much more prompt E. 0. Vf. ' in writing from this place. ffl 4 0. L. Caldwell, of Boyle, who had a finger and thumb maphed oil' while braking on tho Louisville Southern, got Is Keceivinff His fl judgment against the road nt for S1.500. Lawrence-bur- g SPRING AND SUMMER s- GOODS. call. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me a one-thir- Tho Alabama murderers, one under a life sentence and the other for 12 years' were taken from a sheritl on a train below Montgomery and lynched. Congressman Budd, of Stockton, was nominated for governor of Califor nia by tho democrats Saturday. An immense demonstration in Hyde Park, London, demanded tho abolition of tho House of Lords. Somerset Fair. The Queen & Cres cent route will run special trains from Oneida and from Burgin, including in termediate stations, to Somerset and return, to accommodate all desiring to visit the fair, Sept. 4th to 7th inclusive See small bills for schedules of trains. Rate, one fare for the round trip, good to return two days after the fair. Ask agent Those Who are P ostkd. Will tell for particulars. you that tho finest and healthiest summer resorts in the northwest are Two Llvoa Savod. located along tho Wisconsin Central Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City, III., wa consumption and Lines, among which are Lake Villa, Fox told by her doctors she had but two bottles of tha Ur hope for Lake, Antioch, Burlington, Mukwonago, there 1was nouueovery her, completely cureu ner ana Kins Waukesha, Neenah, Waupaca, Fifield, she says?cw Mr, Thos. Bcgcrs, , life It saved her dread Ashland and Duluth. Tourists and Florida St., San Francisco, suffered from a without f ul cold, approaching consumption, tried pleasure eeekers figuring on their next result everything else then bought one bottle of Bummer's vacation should bear this iu Dr. King's New Discovery and in two weeks was sucn mind and boforo solecting a routo drop n cured. He is naturally thanktul. It is provo rethe sults, of which these lino to Jas. C. Pond, General Passenger wonderfnl efficacy of are samples, that coughs and medicine in this Agent of the Wisconsin Central Lines, colds. Free trial bottles at A. K, Penny's Drug at Milwaukee, Wis., and he will send Store. Regular slie 50c and $t. you mans, timo tables and guide books taken My containing valuable information, which bloodyboy wasThe firstwith a Idisease resembling thing thought of was Mux. are mailed free upon application. Cnamberlain's Colic, Cholera ana Diarrhoea Kenneth Paiemore had the cood fortune tn a small bottle of Cnamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy when three member of hit familr were sick with dysentery. This one small bottle cured them all and he had some loft which he trave to Goo. W. Baker, a prominent merchant of the place, Lewlston, N. C, and It cur ed mm 0! tho same complaint, wncu iruuDiea with dysentery, diarrhoea, colic or choler morbus give this remedy a trial and you will be more than pleated with the result. The praise that natuial-f- y follows its introduction anu use hai made it very popular. 35 and 50 cent bottles for sale by Dr. 8. G. Hocker,l)rufist, Stanford, Ky. m ICE - CJBDE8T REFRIGERATORS Now in stock will be sold W. H. WEAKEN & CO. F 1T m y bed-clothin- g Remedy. Two doses of it settled the matter and cured hurt sound and wetl. I heartily recommend this remedy to all persons suffering from a like complaint. I will answer any inquiries regarding it when stamp is enclosed. Irelerto any county official as tomy teliability. Win. Roach, J. P., Priciroy, Campbell county, Tenn. For mle by Dr. S. G. Hocker, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. 109 23 90 WHAT D0E5 IT MEAN? Nr . w. two-year-o- ld Buciiln'aArnlca Salve. The belt salve la the world for cuti, bruise tores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sore, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all ikla crup-tioIt positively cure pile, or no pay required It is guaranteed to Jfive perfect latisfactiom money refunded. Price s5 cents per bo. or For ile by A. R. Penny, Sunlord, Ky. This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special mention. All who nave used Electric Hitters sing the same song of praise. A purer medicine does not exist and It is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric Uitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Soils, Salt Kheum and other affections caused by impure blood; will drive malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all malarial fevers. For cure of Headache, Constipation and Indigestion, try Electric nitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Price 50c and Ji per bottle at A ,R. Peuny't drug store. Electric Blttora. It mni th&t tha (Intra unl Crtsrfat Root. Is It milts shorttit totirren CiBctarali :ij Lrxinrtuu) uinllct shorteit Cloclut! to " nilts shcrtttt ('lucinaMI to Orltinl ; I j uilltt sbort.tl CiaMuiukU to OuiUbovga, AtU&u, nt JuksoarUlt. Florid. SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS all tt the shore jxiinti. Throerh Cm Ki Vltkihnre int Shrtr-lr- t. Oulr lin. ninUag throufh cars Ctnttanatl to Knoitllla il.iiro rla Ntw lHrrci.llut to Ttiat jtihill, S. C. Ask agtau Wi loursanjCalifornia. Frum Orltsnt or LonuTtllt. to lUPhnrtport. bhrlbTTill. n4 Lawrtntthurr . direct coaatctku is raaJ. at Ltiiciwa ith.Ul.ulc4 trains tu all vvliiU&ui.th. Y. RIXEARSOX, 0. Oea'l l'ui'r Ajtat, Claclnu'J, O. ltwttn ul ttL QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. d jf jft t 'J. I. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. the explosion of a collieryt Gil Fa 13 men were uurieu auye. at WilliamsburR, drees down Colson, berton, Seed Fultz wheat for sale. G. O. Bradlev and the latter's "chief cook and ''I object" Holman was Givens, Stanford. for Congress in Indiana on the first bottle washer, Yerkes," for conniving toSallio Simmons. 2:14i, is the fastest August 28, 1894 gether and forcing n primary election in 2:30 trotter of this year. Stanford, Kv., '. Efforts are being made by American the llth. sav it was worth many times -P- ersona wishing hay baled will do i..m-ii!.i-.,i -i-i the price of admission. He went for uuiuinia iu nave ma mo ui .uun.u .a.1.1 well to boo M. S. Baughman. them fore and aft to the great amuse- ani8, condemued to be shot in Mexico. W. P. WALTON. Guy Fry, aged SO, is charged with Under tho law making it an offense, ment of the crowd, especially tho demoSemi-Weekly Interior Journal Those who heard Hon. John D. White, I By NOTHING SUCCEEDS : LIKE - SUCCESS i.n. I 1 I IS burning his wife's house at Crown City, cratic portion of it. The effect of his to point even an unloaded gun at a per O. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. bolt is problematic, but wo fear there are son, Joe Mack was fiuod $50 at WinchesAnd our efforts have been untiring. Tin's week will witness a big John Anderson bought in tho East too many republicans in the benighted ter. .JAS. B. M'CItEAKY Clearance Sale at the FOR CONGRESS.... Timothy Sharrack, of Marion, O., End, seven fat steers and heifers at $10 regions of the bloody eleventh to give For County Judge JAS. WALKER GIVKNS democracy a hope. In 1S92, Adams killed himself because his children to $13. imTho Richmond Register says Morgan Cleric G. B. COOPER (rop.) received 17.0S7 votes, Hindman threatened to have him declared an Attorney- J. B. PAXTON & TwigK made $23 an acre on 20 acres of becile. T. D. NEWLAND (dem.) 10.4S3, Durham (pop.) 1,259. Sheriff. J. F. Rigsby, an express messenger timothy. E. D. KENNEDY Adams' plurality was 0,001; majority ' Assessor For Sale 15 nico grade Southdown on the Louisville Southern, was given ....G. W. DE110RD Jailer In 1S90 Wilson (rep.) received for embez- ewes. Apply to R. II. Bronaugh, Crab Lawrenceburg votes, Howard (dem.) 5,004, Chest- three years at Orchard. 2w. zlement. The income tax law of 2 per cent., on nut (pop.) 312. Wilson's plurality 3,04S Directly paced a mile in 2:10 J nt Chi speech which Gov. McKinley ia The incomesof 14,000 and over, provides that Rkkd made the opening to make shortly is to bo "the effort of his cago, lowering the worlds record (or wc must nave the space for the winter stock which is already en it shall begin Jan. 1, 1S93, and continuue speech of the campaign at Old Orchard, life" something in the nature of a fareand every summer article goes for a little, a very little price to to Jan. 1, 1000, consequently the first tax Me., Saturday Tho rich Futurity stakes a Sheopa route, nnd his remarks were well address, poesibly. will be levied on incomes of 1S94. They Will quote you only a few prices that you Will Vaughn and Mary Eldridge head Bay was won by Gideon & Daly's make them go at once. mainly directed to an attempt to prove enbraco two classes, incomes of individcan have some idea how the entire stock will run this week. Read each in tho peniten- Butterflies, the favorite. thatUho democrats are incompetent to were given a term uals and of corporations. The taxable Alix attempted to beat Nancy these rultgtio country. The conservative dem- tiary bv the Harlan county circuit court income of corporations is that above its ocrats Hanks' record'at Chicago Saturday, hut of the North might be capable of for illegal marriage. operating expenses, of $4,000 and over, The Chinese ran the Japs back to could go a mile no faster than 2:07). satisfactory rule, but they are domineer and must be paid before dividends. Online, 2:07J, the great ed by the South, where the men, he said, their gun boats when they lnnded 0,000 Charitable, religious and educational banks of Tatung river, af- pacer, has been bought by the Lesh Stock are without business senBe and devoted strong on the are exempted, as are State, to Farm, near Goshen, Ind., for $12,000. age. The ter killing 1,300 of them. the theories of a counties, municipalities, building and E. L. Stout, of Woodford county, John Johnson, who killed Rice dethroned Czar, who had to take a back loan associations, certain savings banks seat and be subject to the Southern Green a year ago, and broke jail at Pine sold to Castleman k Crenshaw, the fine and mutual companies. Besides the $ V Speaker. Mr. Crisp, has always chafed ville was captured by Sheriff Colson and saddle mare Maple C, by Chester Dare, 000 not taxed, the exemptions allowed Whale Hone 5c dozen. for $1,000. under the restraint, and now that he is returned to his old quarters. individuals are the necessary expenses Gen. John B. Castleman has sold Col. Leer's amended statement is 500 yds col. Hamburg 3c yard. away down in the piney woods of Maine of conducting a business, all interest he gives vent to his long pent up wrath that "the wives of the Vanderbilts, the his farm of 100 acres, three miles from Black Silk Lace 5c yard. paid or due within the year, local taxes, and indignation, that Southern men Rothchilds and other wealthy families Louisville, to J. P. Gray, a dairyman, for Curling Tongs 10c. losses in trade or from fires, storms or ought to be bred to Breckinridge, in or- $25,000. should have gotten into the saddle. not compensated for by insur-anc- e shipwreck, Kid Curlers 5c dozen. A. W. Carpenter has added the Mar-cuder to produce children with brains." or otherwise; worthless debts, and Both the State and United States seem farm to his landed possessions at Side Combs, 10c. Landram, aged 14, who Clarence income on which the tax has been paid to be after playing cards with a sharp kept a refreshment stand at Paducah, $50, giving him, SOO acres of s Blue, Yellow and White Napkins, 35c dozen. by corporations. Kvery person having stick. Under a new law no dealer in shot and killed Henry Dodd, a private in one body. Outing Cloth Shirts, 20c. an income of $3,500 muBt report it to the Kentucky can sell them until he pays an in a Bowling Green company, thinking W. P. Grimes sold to Pony Bcazley collector of internal revenue for his dis- annual license of $5 and the new tariff A good pair suspenders, 10c. Bro. 14 cattle at 3 SO and J. to rob bitn of his that he was trying trict, or his deputy. A 50 per cent, pen bill taxes them two cents a pack. There wares. U. McAlister Bold to same 21 head 1,200 Silk Finished, wire buckle suspenders, 15c. alty is to be charged for neglect or refus- are only six card factories in the U. S., Tho two bandits who held up a cattle at 4c. A big lot of Neglige and Laundered Shirts, collars and cufTs 50c, al, and 100 per cent, penalty for fraud. one being at Cincinnati. Their annual freight train on the Chicago, Milwaukee Frank Work, of New York City, has worth Si. failCorporations will be fined 51,000 for output is about 30,000,000 packs There and St. Paul and killed a aetectivo Fri- an aged and speedy team in Dick Swiv-ellure to file statements and 2 per cent, a are about 75,000 dealers in playing-cardChildrens' Shoes, 20c. 2:1S and Edward 2.19. Tho former day night, wore captured by a large posse month on amount of tax due till paid. whose stock on hand is estimated at after one of tho most desperate battles is 24 and the latter 22 years old. Mens' Shoes, 75c. The tax is payable July 1. If it is not packs. The revenue from play- of recent date. The Knox county fair will bo held Boys' Knee Pant Suits, 75c. paid within 10 days after that a penalty ing cards for the current year, at the Col. J. M. Winatead, president of n Sept. 1 with a liberal list of premGood working pants for men, 75c. of 5 per cent, is to be charged, together rate of two cents a pack, provided for in Savings Bank at Greensboro, N. C, com- iums. Secretary G. P. Bain will accept wi- t- interest at tho rate of 1 per cent. the bill, is estimated at $1,000,000. Boys' Felt Hats, 10c. mitted suicide by jumping from the tow- our thanks for invitation and ticket. per month. The banks are the only cor er of the new city hall at Richmond, Va. The Harrodsburg Domocrat reports Ladies' Oxfords, Coc, worth Si. The president of the Chesapeake & The distance 1b 160 feet and he was mang- sales of 120 hogs, 270 pounds average, at porations here that will have to pay, but Remember the fine picture that is given away with every $2o's several farmers and others will have to Ohio railway, Mr. M. E. Ingalls, is dem. led to a pulp. 4; ISO lambs and sheep at $1.50 to $2.50 worth of goods. onstrating what good management will come to time. Sixty-tw- o miners were imprisoned a head and 55 cattle at 3 to do for that company. The first year af- and 37 of them lost their lives by a fire The owner of the champion stallion The History of the First Kentucky ter its reorganization by Drexel, Morgan following an explosion of gas in a coal Directum has sent a challengo to tho Cavalry is out and we are indebted to & Co , there was a deficit of $19S,000 and Franklin, Wash. The victims owners of the great mare Alix for a race Sergeant Eastham Tarrant, the author, operating expenses took up 78 per cent, mine near two exceptions were either for- for from $2,500 to $10,000 a side. for a copy. From a cursory examination of the earnings. This year discloses a with eigners or negroes. W. A. Tribble'e fine mare, Kate Mai-loit appears to be a most complete surplus of 1034,000 with operating exJames The nomination of took the premium in the model ring regiment, in its ef- penses reduced to 67 per cent While othhistory of that noted Porter to be United States judge for the forts to preserve the union, from its A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor er roads have lost heavily during the Eastern district of Tennessee goes over at Shelbyville, making about a dozen that she has taken this season, aggregaand organization to the close of the year of great depression, the C. & O. when, it is expect- ting $400. T; D. RANEY, Manager. next December, war and the work is credit to the author. shows a surplus of $14,000 over fixed until ed, the president will again send in his J. B. Embry shipped to Boston for Many of the scenes and incidents read charges and all expenses. name to the Senate. export 1S7 cattle 1,550 to 1,600, bought almost like fairy stories and yet they are There are seven vacancies in the in Jessamine at 4 to 4. A Wilmoro John L. Bosley, Esq., editor of the recital of the eyery day life of but the office of Representative from that many man sold 110 young fat hogs of 150 aver the gallant organization, led by the brave Winchester Sun, and a product of the counties and several more in prospect. age at 4 65. Journal. Col. Frank Wolford. The names of all raging Hanging Fork, of this county, has says he will direct a special The estimated Louisiana Bugar crop Of Zinc and Canvass Covered Round and Square Top who joined ttfe regiment are given, to- had the honors of a nomination for Con- Gov. Brown in November for tho for this year will amount to SiS.OOI.OOO of a number of the gress thrust upon him. The republican election to be held gether with pictures vacancies. leading characters of the great tragedy, convention at West Liberty made him purpose of filling the Petersburg says pounds. The bounty on this amount A dispatch from St. would be $16,000,000, but the bounty including that of Cols. Wolford and Silas its standard bearer for the short term in cyclone swept across the Bea of steal has been repealed by a democratic Adams, Surgeon Hawkins Brown, R. E. the 10th district, the selection being that a and killed at least 1,000 per- Congress. Huffman, John J. Elliott, W. T. Hum made over three other opponents on the Azov Friday sons, several towns being demolished. The rapid increase of the Florida phrey and many others. The book is first ballot. Mr. Bosley will not be elect American tourists were lemon crop and also of tho California graphic style and is intensely ed, but the honor of such a nomination Two parties of written in storm, and Berious lemon is driving the Spanish and Italian interesting. It should be in the bands at his age is one not usually conferred in the track of the safety. And Bags. fears are felt for their importers into closo quarters. Florida's of everyone of the survivors and their and is one which his friends feel very Labor Commissioner Carroll D. crop this year will aggregate, it is estifriends, the price being fixed to put it in proud of. highly incensed over the pub- mated, 200,000 boxes of 360 lemonB the reach of all, as follows: Bound in Mr. Watts220.s has declined, with Wright is of the statement that he carries each. fine English cloth, $2 50 per copy; in red thanks, the MisBissippian's call to the lication a Pullman pass. Ho says this fact and Hon John Sam Owsley, Sr., sold to Morocco, $3.50. Where no agents are empresidency of the United States. He the fact that he is a close personal friend Monte Fox for Simon Weihl 4 car loads ployed, a copy of either binding will be said he had had too many contentions on no hearing whatevsent to any address prepaid on receipt of radical lines to make him available and of Mr. Pullman havo present inquiry. of export cattle for delivery Sept. 15 at er in his conduct in the 4 40. Same bought of Dave Johnson two price, by addressing, E. Tarrant, Liberty, that we "we must in 1890 try to find Tho State of Tennessee has bought cars do. at 4 and of Hood Worthington Ky. some democrat who has offended no- 9,000 acres of coal land and will mine it four cars at same prico. For the Season of 894-- 5 and a rich Btock breoder of body and who has no opinions on any with convicts. No more convicts will be Col. Leer, Scroggan Bros., of Louisville, have Bourbon, and a great fancier of the subject that anybody can remember or leased to mining companies and by this sold to John McCafferty for $15,000, Breckinridge stock, said in Lexington will vouch for, and perhaps, if times step it is hoped to seme permanently Buckrene, Sunup, Rufus, a the convict question and put a stop to and 5 yearlings. Hiram Scroggan stated that "It would be an honor to the maid- mend, we may elect him." especially the rioting in the mining regions of the that tho sale was no indication of tho ens of the The Knights of Pythias are gathering State. With Companies of Known Merit. daughters of these tobacco men, to be firm retiring from the turf. They own in supreme lodge at Washington from all Senator Hill expects to be an attor- 100 thoroughbreds, including 31 year- House scats 500; is lighted by electricity, has large stage and good bred to Col. Breckinridge." The dirty parts of the country and the city has put ney in the first cose that is brought up lings, nnd would liko to sel more of Sccnc'ry. remark came near being the cause of the on a gala attire in their honor. The testing the constitutionality of the in- them. colonel's demise, and it should have been most important question to be settled is come tax provisions of the new tariff One of "these tobacco men" rushed at whether liquor dealers shall be debarred law. The New York Senator believes MATRIMOmALMATTERS. knife and for a few him with a drawn from membership and the likelihood is Stanford, Ky. when brought to the courts that it will seconds it looked like the colonel would Under the laws of RuBsia a man is that they will have to go. The Masons be doclared unconstitutional in whole or be made a demmed moist body. Unfornot allowed to marry more than four have already pronounced against them. in part. tunately the hand that held the knife MY STOCK OF times a fact sufficient in itself to brand and the colThe House committee on judiciary the Czar as a cruel despot. was stayed by a Lexington Leader in paying its The onel still lives, but he will be more par- respects to the Louisville Commercial has made a Btrong report favoring the Thos. M. Wells, aged 10 years, and ticular in the future how he gives vent characterizes it as a bastard in journal- rigid exclusion and deportation of alien Miss Cora, the 22 year-ol- d daughter o to his disgusting views. Willie's per- ism and a paper without a party, sub- anarchists. The report Btates that there H. Clay BroadduB, eloped from Richformances are bad enough, but Borne of sisting only on malice and sensational- is full constitutional power for the enact- mond and married at Jellico, Tenn. his fool friends, notably Phil Thompson, ism and the dirtier the story the more ment of the proposed law, and that tnero Mr. Charles Jakob, 32, and Miss Anthis man Leer and others, out Breckin- eager this human vulture is to print it. is urgent necessity for the immediate nie Traub, 21, both from the Fuderland, passage of such a measure. ridge Breckinridge in their shameless aswere married at Ottenheim on the 25th. Tablets, &c, is very large and Dr. Koch, who discovered a consumpThe platform adopted by the Cali- The groom had built a nice cage before sertions. tion cure that didn't cure, has discover- fornia democratic State convention inThe Hon. David G. Colson evidently ed a diptheria cure with which it is dorses Mr. Cleveland's administration, catching his bird.and they are now nicely ensconced in it. believes that hoped bo will be more successful. The declares devotion to the principles of the A Starke county, Ind., girl plowed Mub!c hath power to soothe the savage, treatment is by the removal of the e National democratic platform of 1892, the ground and planted 15 acres of corn Split a rock or bust a cabbage, and the New York city board of calls for tho reopening of the mints to in the spring. She also cultivated it, be for he has hired the kid band of health has introduced it in the city hos- the coinage of both gold and silver on sides doing the cooking, washing and Call and See Us. to accompany him to all his ap pitals. such basis as will maintain a parity, and ironing for four persons, and taking care pointments to speak and make music for B.. congratulates the people that "a substanthe occasions. He has also uniformed the The Somerset Paragon declares for Col. tial measure of tariff reform has been af of several head of Btock. She doesn't want to marry, as Bhe can take care of boys at a cost of $185 and fitted up a Silas Adams for Congress and from the fected." herself, without being bothered with an wagon for their transportation. Money, present outlook believes be will bo reMiss Mary Desha, the sister-inlaonery man. music and magniloquence will be his nominated and that those who ere opof Col. W. O. P. Breckinridge, publishes watch words during the Congressional posing him now are only endangering "I know an old soldier who had chronic diar a statement which Bhe addresses "To the rhoea of lontr standing to have been permanently campaign and they are a trio that are their own future promotion. Men and Women of the cured by taking Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and, hard to beat either in the mountains or Al(l.tuu Handsomest line ever brought to Miss Desha says that it has never for one prominent ncmou, ol ja uiwuu anumpiK, a Parlor Lamps in great variety. druggist Minneapolis, Minu. "I elsewhere. NEWSY NOTES. moment entered her mind that her have sold the remedy in this city lor seven years Stanford. We also lead in consider superior would be returned to Con- andthe marketit for bowel to any other medicine now complaints." t3 and 50c on Buck Kilgobk will no more kick down Both Houses of Congress have agreed brother-in-ladeclaring the thought of such a bojttlei of this remedy for sale by Dr. S. C. Hookgress, a door in the House of Representatives, to adjourn er, Druggist, Stanford, Kv. to a State whose boast Charles Yoakum defeated him for the David Ort fell from a fence at Elk- thing an insult braye and has been that "her men were Congressional nomination in the 3d Tex- hart, Ind., and broke his neck. virtuous." Her fear is that as district, after a deadlock for two days' A confidence woman 80 years old is her women the politicians will send some one "like This notice forewarns hunters, fisharmee and said to be working Eastern Ohio. on our lands without per bill became a law last night Outlaw Jeff Baglen was shot to death unto him," however, and she makes a others not to trespasswin oe prosecuted The tariff mission, as an men Call and See a Beautiful Line. to the ful powerful appeal to elect some man who est extent of the law. Signed : at 12 without the president's signature. by citizens at Lane Lew, W. Va. State, the district and You can go to Houston, Texas, from will vindicate the He could not be a party to such a piece &S.A ALCORN the memory of her beloved sister. of "party perfidity and party dishonor." J New Orleans, 362 miles, for 25 cents. m 5,-30,-G- 12 Wsville Store i j T Ex-Cza- r s. four-year-o- ld by-go- m blue-gras- er f, 1S-2- 3c LOUISVILLE : STORE, y, ex-Go- v. STANTOBD, .TO., ori-gi- n TRUNKS VALISES El, J. McROBERTS. We Are Now Booking Attractions -- 1 - Solicit : Correspondence blue-gras- s, WALTON BROS., -- er FINE PAPERS, SCHOOL BOOKS. A. PJCNlTSr. Druggist. tox-in- Our Prices Can Not Be Duplicated. Bar-bourvi- lle w LAMPS, LAMPS, LAMPS. Blue-Grass- ." to-da- y. POSTED. Queensware, Glassware, &c. FARRIS & HARDIN. C14-"- ?'- - trrtl! Vi- - pv? ft VffisTvF "(-- -- 4MFfi?Z VrfirH"''''wM'"w' ail's-- - Look at our Disc harrow with seeder The Stanford band left with banners Semi-WeekInterior Journal attnenment. Higsina & McKinney. " flying for Liberty yeaterday afternoon In I want what you owo mo to July 1st. Menofee'a W. B. McRoberta. Your chance of a life time will be in They are 'bus drawn by lour mules. Come, come listen to our tale, to Btakford Ky., - Auousr 23, 1894 Come in and see the now Roods wheth the bargains you can secure at Danka this week. make music lor the Fair We'll tell the truth without any fail. er you want to buy or not. Batiks, the this week. Danks, the Jeweler, has the nicest line But little interest Gall and see my elegant lino of fall election to be hold in tho local option E. C. Walton, Business Manager Jeweler. Of artistic goods you will anywhere find. hero Saturday has suitings. Tho nobbiest lino ever nhown Lost. An open face silver watch with manifested itself yet; though it will likeHe flushes the times with bold enterprise, here. H. 0. Rupley. gold chain. Return to Miss Josephine ly get hot enough by the time tho vote MEANS IUSINE8I. His diamonds and rubies dazzle the eyes. Knifeman. Otm man with his ten thousand dollar Is taken. Our opinion is that the drys books nndBchool supBoy your school His China and vases in gorgeous array Penny has stock and will sell stock of jewelry has arrived. lie will will win by a fair majority. plies ot all kinds at A. It. Penny's. stay ono week only at Danks', the Jew- With silver and glass keep company gay. Watciibs, clockH and jewelry repairod watches and jewelry lower than you can oler's. Fiohtino at the Fair. Geo. Ballard specialty, buy elaowhore. "and wnrrautod. EiiKravim: a In souvenir spoons and the "after" cup and Henry Mitchell created a panic at it a . U. l'ltnnv'a. T. M. Barren, of Nancy, Pulaski tho negro Fair at Danvillu Saturday af. You will see he with the time keeps up. Trs thousand dollar stock of watches Tub lnrpsnt stock of Druca. Medicines, Wall Paper at nnd jewelry go at reduced prices for this county, will likely begin tho publication ternoon bv n fight, which resulted In Perfumery, Paints and If in need of any of these articles you be, of tho Nancy Herald, says tho Somerset Ballard being fatally shot. They quarA. R. Penny's. Pescriptloua a specialtweek only at Dunks'. Go to Danks he'll suit you just to a "T." yReporter. reled and Mitchell claims Ballard struck D. Powell's ad. gave him a run on 0. PERSONAL POINTS. Watch our window this week. We him in the faco with n hatchet. It waa Ho sold 10 bunches in two will show you goods you never saw be- reported here that in making the arrest bananas. Mn. W. K. Siii'oaks, of Lancaster, was days at 12 conts a dozon. fore and at prices you will never see Chief of Polico G. T. Helm had been in town Sunday. cut, but it proved a canard. again. Danks, tho Jeweler. "Pink Cottage" will'bo sbld by Miis. Cicriio Piikk, of Clark, is with Warren, court day in SeptemDEATH'S OOINCS. Mrs. Calh Railoy. Tiik declamatory contest at Walton's ber, to satisfy a mortgage debt mado by Opera House Friday night promises to be are Miia. R. II. Oitow and children The inlant daughter of Mr. and Mra. Rev. George O. Barnes. in BowlinK Green. largely attended. Thebosaro practic- Richard Martin, of the Willow Grove Mies Fanny Adams, of tho West End, If you want your watch or any jewel- ing ami are determined to do their best. neighborhood, died Fiiday morning. is with Mies Klhyl Uetaley. The first gun under the new Tariff Law will be fired by Hughes & ry repaired, tako it to Penny's. Mr, Mra. Mpnroe Smith died lost week A Grand Pa. Circuit Clerk James P. Miss Maiiy linoNAUOii, of Jessamine, Deckelman does tho work well and after a abort illnesa. She was Mr. Smith's Tate this week. We are just back from market and will have every Bailey received n dispatch from Grayson is visiting Mrs. G. R. Iceman. promptly; never disappoints a cus- Saturday that his daughter, MrB. II. D. second wife and at this time ol her mar- thing adjusted to the Waddlk.oI Somerset, tomer. Miia Katiilkkn Gregory, had presented her husband riage to bin was Mra. Shipton Estea, by is visiting Mias Luclle Menefee. Until Sept. 1, lS'J i. wo will sell a with a girl, and that both were doing well. whom ahe had a number ol children. Mn. II. n. Karris is miito ill of ma Some lour years ago and more than ten guaranteed, high armed, laria fover, but was better yesterday. Mayor S. G. Hocker is running a side after tho death of her first husband, she sowing machine for 25 and a No. 7 Mr. James M. Pbttu, of Louisville, is W. show at his store, without license, but as married Mr. Smith, who is again left We arc in shape to give you all the new things in Convent Cloths, Arizona cook stove for W. H. Miller. visiting his uncle, Hon. he charges no admission, nobody can alone in his old age and lor whom much II. Wearen A Co. French Novelties and every new weave of Domestic Dress Goods. Mn. F. M. Hknklk, of Bourbon, has kick. Go in and see the only anil orig- sympathy is felt. a visit to Rev. W. E. Arnold. been on To School Trustees. As J shall be inal jumping beans; they aro great curiMr. T. Curtis Watte, of whoso stroke These importations will not interfere with the low prices we are mak-o- n Mils. C. E. Gentry has gono to Lan- visiting tho districts for tho next two or osities. of paralysis we told in our last, died Summer goods as everything in Far-ri- s. caster to see her lather, Mr. James three months, you will not find me at about midnight, Thursday, in the 54th Several light showers have fallen here my ofllce except on Saturdays and counIn the lftnt few days and in some parts of year ol his age. He was the son of Mr. IIarvby Hklm accompanied the ty court days. W. F. McOlary. Hon. tho county, McKinney for instance, there Richardson Watts, who was killed sever band to Liberty and will act as drum maSaturday was a day of mishaps. A have bum good rains, and tho farmers al years ago, by the cars, while crossing jor. tuyun to plow for wheat. Local the Rochester trestle near town. For 29 Miw. Jamks P. Bulky left Saturday to negro was found cut in two at May wood, have still promised, with warmer years he waa clerk for tho book house of visit her daughter, Mr. H. D. Gregory, Willis Rowdan had hia leg and shoulder showers are Charles T. Deering, Louisville, and that broken, Centres shot Wm. Moutray, Dick weather at Grayson. gentleman came up to attend tho burial, Will still be sold. So you can afford to buy and carry over to anothMus Eunii Adams, ot Danville, is with Uocker had a leg cut off by the cars, Ac, Messrs. W. H. Wkaren, J. S. Owsley, and added his testimony to the worth er season. Our Clothing will still go at your own price, as we must Miss Annlo Hale, returning from Crab and so on. Jr., Win. Rico, John Meyer, J. D. Wear-e- and Integrity of the deceased. "I never Orchard Spriugs. This is tho last week of vacation. Tho Jack Rout, 0. E. Tate, A. II. Sever- knew a truer man," he said to the writer-Fo- r Mn. and Miia. Chahlm Gkhiiahdt and Seminary, Prof. F. J. Duffy, principal ance and Joo F. Waters represented Stanseveral years Mr. Watts has lived son, of Cincinnati, aro visiting Mr. and will open Monday and Tuesday Prof. J ford Diadem Lodge No. 81 at the meet- with his friend, J. B. Higgins, and they Mrs. B. II. Dunks. M. Hubbard wifl throw open tho doors ing of tho Lancaster Knights of Pythias were partners in the coal business. Tbey To make room for other goods. We invite comparison in prices and Misa FuiiKNCKTANNKit,of McKinney, of the college, lor, let us hope, an unus- Lodge Friday night. Tho membership were raised together and seemed almost is the guest of Mlas Kato Vanarsdall. ually protltable sesaion. there numbers Go and is increasing all like brothers, though no kin. Ho never quality with any house or any market. No trouble to show goods. Harrodsburg Democrat. tho time, three having been added at the married and has no close relations. The Come and compare. Leo uirr un wiuio getting on a last meeting. Mu M n Tinsir. eon of K. L. Tan- Odd Fellows, of which he was a devoted ner, of McKinney, who has been living train at Shelby City to ride to his home Rbv. Geohqe 0. Barnes created a sen- member, took charge ol tho remains and at Paris, Texas, has returned homo to at Junction City, Richard, tho eon o( Jos. F. Hocker, fell beneath sation in Lexiugton Sunday by advoca- interred them with the impressive cerestay. ting tho renomination of Col. Breckin- monies ol the order in Buffalo Cemetery, Mn. and Mns. J. H. Monin and chil- the wheels anu had ono of his legs cut ridge, for whom he said it was the duty Friday afternoon. dren, who have been visiting tho family off. Ho rallied alter tho shock and ia of every christian to vote. "How much getting along well. of Mr. 0. J. Ctow, returned to Xolin, .NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. aro you getting lor tuts asked a man Dbad and Unknown. The terribly in tho audience. Col. Stove Sharp asked of Mrs. J. H. Darnell and children, mangled body of a negro man was found The largest and most complete assortment. to be quiet and then some 15 or BONY Lexington, and Prof. J. M. Strother, of near May wood depotSaturday and 'Squire tho man . 20 ladles got up to leave. Then Mr. Louisville, aro vlaltlng their sister, W. L. Dawson, in tho absence of a coro- Barnes continued: "I expected to make It a candidate lor Constable in the Hustonville Dutnct, subject to the democratic convention. E. Arnold. ner, was sent lor to hold an inquest. during the Asiiiiy Lillvrd left yesterday to Ho went and found a man cut in two. by enemies Borne of you. I have Mr. past IS years made many enemies for visit In Danville and will go thence to tho cars, with his lower limbs mashed to Christ's eako and I expect to make maLex- The best goods al the same you pay for tho Virginia Military Institute at a pulp. There was absolutely nothing ny more. All of you who cannpt forgive old Mare. 16 hands high, good To trade a ington. Shoddy Stuff. worker anywncre, "standard and registered, for by which to identify the body, nothing an erring brother can leave, but I would a visit-In- g pair of wore mules She has by her Misa Edna Courts, who has been being lound on it but an old purse with bo glad for you to hear me. out. The tide a beautiful filly, by llelmont Chief and lately In toal to I'irarro, 3 year. old record In Greensburg for a month or more, a lock of kinky hair in it; no writing and 3'n. Hac worst is over." The sermon has created alto returned with Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Mc- no money. The man was very black, a profound sensation and is being dis- bred for tale young stock by Lord Guy, the belt ton ol the great Guy Wilkes. llambletonian a:i4, Eagle Illrd a 11, aire of Kinney yesterday. about 35 years of one and had large ecara cussed by everybody at Lexiugton. Monbars a u'f. Temple liar 2 174, &c. For particulars address Mr. J. R. Cabs, who la now agent at on his left cheek. A verdict was renderR. II. CROW, Shelby City. New customers each day by fair dealing and Sadlovllle, on the Cincinnati Southern, ed that the man was unknown and that RoiuiED. Last week Simp and Wm, a vUlt to his courteous treatment. passed down Sunday from ho camo to his dnath by being run over Martin came up from Louisville to get TV4S wife at Brodhead. aomo money duo them by Mrs. Martha Lancaster. RENT. and tobacco land. Apby nn L. A N. train. Corn, hemp Mrs. V. G. Ransy, who had been vlb" A. Martin, administrator of their grand- ply to J. II. KIRUV, Lancaster, Ky Fon Willie. The newspapers tell of father, Simp Martin. They had 120 with ItlngMrs. J. A. Allen and other friends here for a couple of weeks, returned to this incident Pt Georgetown during the them and they sold a piece of knob land big Breckinridge meeting: "Misa Annie to John Terry for 20. That night they Danvillb, Saturday. Our trade by selling to all alike. Wit are glad to note that Editor J. R. Carpenter, who with her sisters, Jennie staid at Mrs. Martin's and claim that There will bo an election for President and DiMarrs, of the Lancaster Record, who has and Dovie, lives in a pretty now cottago they were robbed of the $40. Next day rectors of tho Preachersville nnd Stanford Turnpike Koad Co., in Stanford on been very ill at his homo In Danville, is on Chambers Avenue, tore down the Ow- Mrs. Martin paid them $ 12 00, which in- Saturday, Sept. ati,the WM M. LACKkY. 1S94. 50 3t President ens placard that was tacked on their cluded a $10 bill that tho boys say they able to bo out again. MibsJicnnikHcoiiks, of Bloomington, house. Both her sisters favor Owen8 recognized as tho one they had before III., who has been staying at Llnniutta, and they had another one put up. Miss tho robbery. They told Mrs. Martin bo, To increase trade by buying at the lowest c.imo up with MiBa Xettio Wray yester- Annlo torn this one down also. Just but she denied it and said she had had price and giving our customers benefit of it. OPENS SEPr.j, iS94, day and is now her guest. then tho Breckinridge men who had rid- tho noto Borne time. Mrs. Martin claims Mrs. den down to Georgetown on horseback, that the boys got drunk and lost the Oait. A. B. Hill and daughter, F. J. DUFFY, A. B., Principal. V. H. Kirby, loft yesterday for a visit to camo up and gavo three cheers for Misa money. They did not get out a warrant, Cincinnati and will take in the Loxlng. Annie. They also took up a collection as thoy threatened, but loft Saturday Miss Mnttle Paxton will assist provided a suifi. to buy her a handsome lot of cut Mowers, saying they would return in time to in- cicnt number of pupils can be enrolled. 4S ton Fair before returning. Mn. J. F. Moowt and wife, of Casey, but tlnally decided to Bend her a tine dict her at circuit court. If you vrant Dry Goods, Carpets and ShoesI MYERS HOUSE Bilk umbrella, properly in who have been visiting thbir daughter, Killed. Saturday, Wm. Moutray and Mrs. El Wilkinson, returned homo yes- scribed." John Centres wero out squirrel hunting, them. terday, taking her with Surrounded 'Em. "Did you hear otT accMiss Deira Bauoiiman, after a de- About tho race I had tho other day?" when the latter let his gun go P. W. GREEN, Prop. identally. Tho charge buried itself in lightful visit of several weeks to her asked Constable Thomas Jefferson Benewhich Mr. Moutray'a hip and cutting eeveral This stable, Myers Is mn n connection with the cousIub, the Misaea Baughman, returned dict of our reporter, who had House, has;ben supplied with not had arteries, he came near bleeding to death : : to her homo in Boyle yesterday. tho honor. "I had a warrant lor John betore help could arrive. Dr. O'fiannon A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, been visiMrs. J. B. Adams, who has Centres, charging him with carrying conBuggies, Wagons, Dealer in ting her sisters, Misses Ida and Lizzie cealed weapons and I lound him and an- was called and did everything possible, 3 but without avail, death ensuing at u. jrnuimer's Supplies and it better than ever Hustonvllle, for some time, Twidwell at other lellow near May wood. I had nothmorning. Mr. Moutray prepaie, , supply the public with : : left for her home in Newport yesterday. ing against tho other fellow, but he o'clock yestorday RIGS OF. ALL KINDS. was a house painter and a clever man. Mrs. Ciiarlks W. Krkmku returned thought I had and both broko and run( He leaves a wile, but no children. DePersonal and promptattention givento Wedding from Now Albany yesterday, whero she with me alter them. They ran through ceased was a member ol the order ol Partita and Hurials. P. W. GREEN, had been to see her husband off to tho corn fields, wheat stubble, meadows and Maccabees and held a policy in it lor TERMS CASH. I will make a special low price on Folding Beds, ALBURNS, Manager. Proprietor "Washington meet of tho Knighta of Py- woods lor about three miles, when at last Parlor Suits, Bed Room Suits, Bed Lounges, Couches, Rocking $2,000. Centres, tho man who caused thias. got them surrounded and said I would hia death, is tho Bauie who was tried the Chairs, Diners, Mattress and Bed Springs, lor the next 30 days. My I Mr. W. 8. Dryk, who wont to Texas, shoot them if they didn't surrender?" day before for carrying concealed weap A stock embraces the latest styles and best patents. See my stock of after his brother Bailey Drye, returned 'How many were with you," tho report- ons and given a term in jail, which wat Picture Mouldings, Window Shades. Call and see At agent Tor the widow and heirt of J. P. Land, Pictures, Easles, with him Friday. Ho is In qulto a criti- er inquired. "By myself," said the dee'd, I will offer lor tale the splendid farm ct my line. I buy my goods to sell, which is manifested daily by the suspended lor 30 days. If he had been cal condition, being almost entirely par"And surrounded them?" "Yes and made to go to jail, as ho should have about of goods. I am also prepared to make dealers net LAND, outflow and inflow solicit their trade. Every vacant spot in my alyzed. 326 ACRES got 'em too, and Centres was fined J25 been, Moutray might still be alive. wholesale prices and Mrs. John G. Lynn (a also down with and 10 days in jail." Ky., of in Since the above was written, it has Near Hustonville, died Lincoln country, torn pri house will be filled by Sept. 15. Come early. Every purchase will possessed 11 not which 1. P. Land tho typhoid fever. Her daughter, Mias fired the shot de- vately before thai time the farm will be told at be a bargain. W. W. WITHERS. Respt., A teruiiile accident happened to Mr. developed that Centres Liccio. continues very low. That disease liberately, Mr. Moutray making a dying public auction to the highest bidier on is very prevalent in many parts of the Willis G. Rowdan Saturday afternoon. statement that he shot him on purpose SATURDAY, SEPT. 22, 1894, Ho was driving in bis buggy along the county. cause. A warrant was sworn y for piko that was parallel with the Cincin- and without farm fronts on the Dan o'clock, tharp. Mr. T. M. Owslky leaves out last evening and put in the hands ol At n and Hustonville The ville Turnpike road, about one Lebanon, Tenn., to enter tho law depart- nati Southern, and bis daughter, Misa an ofllcer lor execution, so the lellow hall mile South of Moreland station on the Southern R. H. It is one ol the bett stock ment of Cumberland University. Ho Annie Rowdan, and Miss Lena Barnett may get his deserts after all. larms la Lincoln county The soil It of a good land, finely set in gratt and stop ovor at Franklin for a few days were with him. As he was near Mr. of will A abort time before ho died, Mr. Mou- quality by springs and every foot of watered Sam M. Owens', a freight train approachvisit friends. to the land Is susceptible of easy and profitable cul spent several ed and Mr. Rowdan got out to hold his tray called Beveral friends in and asked tivation. The improvements consist of Mrs. 8. C. Tbueiikart Complete Line Lowest Prices. that Centres be sent for. Ho then said days with MIbs Florence Trueheart en horse. The young ladies also got out. that he heard Centres shoot and called A Commodious Frame Dwelling. route to Nashville, whero she will be The train had nearly passed before the to him and asked what he shot at. On outbuildings. A lady principal next session in Dr. Price's animal seemed to get frightened and being told that it waa a hawk, Moutray A large barn and other residence to the wide av turnpike enue extends from the Examine our Elegant Line of then he made a plunge, throwing Mr. for young ladies. road' Hustonville, a place noted for its schools school "you are a liar." Here and churches, is a little more than a mile distant. Evelyn Buchan Rowdan down and breaking ono of bis playfully said Misskb Maqoib and Centres interrupted him to say, that The farm can be divided iato three tracts of con. venienttiie and thape. an and Essie Burcb, who aro visiting legs in two places, besides dislocating waa used. Moutray continTttRMS.One. third cash when possession It givand Jennlo Summers, at his shoulder. He was taken to Mrs. "d n liar" en and deed made, the remainder in six and ta Misses Olivia ued: Centres then aimed his gun at months, with Interest from date and lien retained. in McKinney, whero Drs. their home at "Look Out" near Ablng. Green's, you, you wont At the same time and place I will sell about loo Writing Tablets, Ladies' Correspondence Paper and Envelopes, VisJ of Knob Land, about two miles Southeast of Turn. vn om having a erand time. lo. Moore and Rifle rendered the necessary mo Baying .i rnll anv bodv else a liar," and fired. He ersville, adjoining the lands of Bud Martin, Al- iting Cards, &c. morrow night a reception "En Masque" Burgical attention. At last accounts he miilnri that tbia was a true statement bert Coffoy and others. For further Information apply tojonn 1. Land was resting as easy as a man ot hia age, will be given them by their hostesses to and ii Centres could prove out ol it, all on the premises or myself at Hustonville. Ky. EDWARD ALCORN. receiveu mvua GO years, can under such painful circum- rtoht. Both men nau been urmKing anu Stanford, Ky. which friends here have Agent for J. P. Land's Heirs. 47 stance. that may account lor the trouble. tions. CITY AND VICINITY. ly m tho-bea- t -Com-mlsuion- er vis-itin- 3 1 51 g FIRST GUN I six-draw- er six-ho- le New Order of Things. Light Color and REDUCE : m .. to-du- y. Lightweight : in n, OUR STOCK, HUGHES & TATE. Sat-urda- y. We Show We Sell -- Mrs-W- CARTER i tfi n 1 WANTED. first-cla- ss Blue-Gra- ss We Make We Hold m m Ji-- 3t FOR I fcTis . jo-- Jt NOTICE. Court-Hous- e We Continue See us Stanford Male Academy eold-head- ed m m kllTERX STABLI n W. W. WITHERS, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, STANFORD. KY. FIRST-CLAS- S &C, Fine Farm For Sale OF olli-co- r. 41 i to-da- Cm-cinn- blue-gra- ss never-failin- g School Books and School Supplies, New School Tablets and. Slates. "Qd dn tl W. B. McROBERTS, DRUGGIST, .. x- -t tr raafl&giv'--- ' tj t- - i piHwwi' tjififm;H!4 "&&-r-r-tEW- ii spar-?r- f EVti'iw''"' m-i- r igm&tf'ntmtWi?'ffiJf it? ""SJJ'k 4 Semi-Weekly Interior Journa AT KATE JORDAN'S CHAT Pabllahod Every Tuesday nnd Friday 82 PJCll YKAUIN AUVANCK not so pud then tho chatclaino belt, from which trifles in silver nro strung. I know a girl who carries on her belt a MATTERS OF INTEREST TO THE UP silver powder box, bonbon box, mirror, caso for nail scissors and Mo and TO DATE WOMAN. yes, indeed a dainty cigarette caso! Tremendous rovers nro worn ou coats. of it; THOMAS GOOCII gar her CnstorK When alie wna a Child, she cried for Cftstorl. When sho beenme Mlsn, the clung to Ciistorl. Coatorla. When he had Children, sho When Baby was sick, w for Constable In the Hustonville Magiitenal District, subject to the action of tho democracy, and would appreciate your support. ts a candidate Two doors above Post-- 0 fflce. Always on hand W. 82.60 will be charged. 6 OR 8 PAGES. iF'iariD.A.'X". BVEBYnecessary. When K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. A Now Trnde I'asliloti, I'ml. nnl Foible For Women A WoiiiAn'a Specialty.' Sketch of Mrs. Kendal Her Housekeeping. . Is aCandidste for Magistrate in the Stanfoid cinct. Subject to the action of the democracy I. WAV'SON pre- The Nobiest and Nicest Goods? Can be had lit the market. Prices lower than the lowest Mourning goods a specialty. Call aud tsamuie before buying MAKY DAVIS DUUDERAR. Stanlord, Ky Mrs. Kate Duddcrar, Manager. COMMERCIAL III.OCK ,..... Train itaves Rowland at t N 7:00 a. m., returning LOCALJIME CARD. South-..- ,.- Mail tram come North South North Freight North Local Express train ' ...... ..i37 -- " " ......31m m ....ao7p m 93 ujpn P SJ Pm Tha Utter trains also carry passengers. The abor Is calculated on standard tima. Solar ima is about so minutes faster. QUEEN & CRESCENT ss South... HERE is anowxua-torin- l in thouinrkot that is exquisitely Going North trains pas Junction City "follpretty ami which is Vestibule starts 6 a. m. ows: vcrv nomilnr. It is Limited 3.3$ p. m. Local irto p. m. Florida Limited 3:13. a. m. called butter O. Vestibule ta i3 p. m. Florida colored batiste and Limited ia:i.W. m. Local 1:35 Vestibule arrlvevS:4o p. m. c o in o s with era- broideries of various lengths to match. This will bo especially becoming to palo brunettes. ROUTE. Illue-Gra- s 1 P-- Blue-Gras- s P7 IF ofltly JlhsoIateJy .tfawaep i Pure Latest United States strength. Government Food Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 Wall Street, Now York. A cream of tarter baking powder. Highest of all in leavening It seems that women aro not tho only ones who devour sensational literature There must bo n tremendous audieiico of men and boys throughout tho country for writers of tho daredovil book whero tho hero, unarmed, easily vanquishes 20 outlaws and whero tho detective surprises ono by stepping from Europe to tho Rocky mountains just in timo for an important arrest, although how ho manages it is a mystery to you. Harlau Pago Halsey, better known as Old Sleuth, has made a fortuno of almost a million out of stories of this sort. Ho has au oflico in ono of tho lower business streets of tho city, whero ho literally grinds out theso stories, so many words an hour. Tho artichoko is n great ereolo dislu leans and occupies about tho same place on tho tablo as asparagus does with us. It is eaten when very cold with French, dressing and is certainly worth tho bother of cooking. Sweet pea luncheons, dinners, etc., abound at this season. Tho pretty variegated flowers so dcliciously fragrant havo spring glamour to them. It is particularly beloved in Now Or- fflHfcp Office A. S. PRICE, Stanford; Owsley Building. SURGEON DENTIST. oyer McRoberts Drug Store In the new Thoro is a now trade for women, and Is a candidate for Constable in the HusUMnlllo ono as dainty and fitting as it is remuMagisterial Dutrkt, subject to the action ot the Ik.Davis Vertical Feed Sowing: On Broadway, nt good disnerative. democratic party. tances apart, thero aro three windowH which "bloom like tho flowers of Are lh bent because hey run lighter and can do A. SHANNON, am nnu. rAi.lv In itpllipi n anufact ill ed Ice a greater variety of work than any other sewing spring." As you approach them you customers regularly the Huslonvillc machine. The fully believe that you tiro gazing at tho from the Stanfordnt Factory to ef FIK1 CKMS Is a candlJate for Constable Innext. the rate every morning Precinct. Election November POUND LOIS and ocr,and luxuriant growths of nature in a florist's PER HUNDRED Lincoln County Ladles 75c window. Lilies, Oloiro do Dijon roses, at 10 In smaller lots. E ilKEMKIt, Stanford. Arc cordially invited lo call at the St Asaph suuflowors, nro all there, making a color Hotel and examine Hie maililne, as well as urn McMUKKAY 11ROS., pies ef its work. Is a candidate lor Justice ol the Peace In the harmony against tho smoky, Staulotd, Ky the action ol tho tj.tl precinct, subject to street But aro they flowers? Only party. democratic when yon havo gained tho window do F. D. niLBY.lProprlotor, you seo that you aro looking at nothing DR. W. B. I.. U.ADAMS, more nor loss than a score of paper lamp London, - - - Kentucky. for Justice of the Peace in the ten candidate shades, each heavy with ix mass of paprecinct ( subject to the action of the deuw per blossoms so artistically true to tho Thave moved to my new HotelWd am bettai ocratlc party OfT.ce South Md Main St., in office recently prepared than ever to accommodate the public real tiling that yon stand dumfounded. Good Livery attached and every convenience d vacated by Ur. Lee V. Hulfmaa, Stanford, Ky. In a big Japanese shop I stopiod to Give me a call. T. watch half a dozen littlo .Tnpanoso wom- .iryl. en smiling nrouud a table at which The present Constable, it a candidate for in the Stanford precinct, subject to the action they were making tho pretty things. of the democratic party. Election In November. Dealers n How their fingers flashed! How tho He asks your support. pointflowers grow under them as if the At the well. known old stand ol J. li. Green, In ed, polished nails wcro tipped with I nmgicl They were liko flowers Hustonvillo, - - Kentucky. themselves in their long robes of gold Kv. Has Just received abautiful line of and blue, tho pointed sleeves dropping on '. YOU ARK... . I will sell at public auction on the premises back displaying tho very prettiest arms Surreys, Phaetons, JBuggies, &c. to bo found under tho sun. and wrists and see his stock and get his prices which Saturday, September 1st, 1894, Farther down tho street in an American Calllower than anybodys. It jou want a nice set are At to A M , a tract or oo Acres ef Knob Land, shop thoro wore as many trim, brown Of harness, a whip or a duster. sale. I owned by the late T U. Hill. It has 80 apple well am just back from Hie cities with a large and Hinder Twine for selected stock of MILLINERY, which I will good wahaired girls quito as proficient Ono trees on it and a spring ol sell cheaper than ever day ol sale, Mis Laura Jiwtoe, a suter. Terms made known on bunch of pansies was fo perfect n cusperior tilrtlmer from Cincinnati, has engaged with ). It. WILSON. Exor. T. 1). HUI. t me and I call guarrntee satisfaction ic every partomer foil in lovo with thorn, waited ticular. Call aad sec my goods. until thoy woro finished aud bunched ORDER OF ELECTION. MISS LICCIE IIEAZLKY, and then coolly pinued tho bouquet in Stanford, Ky. SEPTKMHER 1, iS.,,4. - .. her dress. by the underreceived Sealed "Oh, you'll never go out 011 tho street Lincoln County Court Held July 9, 1894, Hou. signed at proposals will befor au Iron llridge to be Stanlord, Ky . Ac BROWN, built over Logan's Creek, near Stanford, Ky., unwith them there! That's not good tasto W. K. Varnon, Judge, Presiding. til Sept. 4, 1S94. llrldge to cover space SoS feet . ...... Pioprwtois ....,. The election submitting to the voters of the Ciat oil," said her friend. or not spirituous, wnous between abutments 16 feet wide. Work to ty Apply to "Only until I meet Charlie, " sho re- or of Statitoid whether um, u.ncicu wi iuihu completed by Nor. 1, iv. lios'utV. letter on iu ma. t liquors nan p I. -oid by plied. "I'd liko to bet you a pair of therein, having become notices reason vl the Ltl person to OWSLEV.SR., J.S. of the same, the post gloves he'll think them real. Men nro ureof the sheriff to appeared in open court and JOHN IIKIOHT. petitioners by attorney Main and Danville Stl , Huituvtlle, Ky J.H.McALlSTElt, a copy ot the judgment of the Linciln Cirso confiding!" Then they went out to filed We have recently repainted and refurnished Committee. 47, til cuit Court In the case of W. H. Penny and othets, the House throughout and are prepared to accomwaylay Charlie. nWintlffi. t. V K. Varn.n. ludc of the Lincoln blic In modate the style. Our Kates writ Court, upon a motion "I suppose it is very difficult to make CountyCOpy OI SSIU juugroeni nof ainn of manda ate very reasonable and a good table at all times. ru uu m mus, a Special attention to traveling men. Elegant samtheso?" I said to one of tho girls as I day ol June, iSy4,freil upon the d.fetidaut, ple room altaihed Alsoa first lass .islam his accepting same, the porexamined u bunch cf really lovely tiger as judge alirt said, by awarding with the HjIcI Call and tee us. 45 the writ ol manol said judgment tion lilies. damus is in words and figures as follows, "Any ono who has learned how to Lincoln Circuit Court. make tho usual kind of artificial flowers W. H. Penny, and others, Plfis. Judgn can mako them," sho answered, "only W Taken upas a stray by James T, Carted, tenant Varnon. Judge of Lincoln of J. Carter, Dear Mnreland, Lincoln .aunty, theso iim so much nicer. Thoy don't Co. Court, Dtft on or about the sd of July, one 1ILACK IIOKsV. This cause was submitted ( OLT, twu years old, one hind foot white, has no stain your fingers at all. There's ono tholr agreed statement ol theby the parties upon quistion in conlro-ersbrand or other mails. I have appraiitd hint at thing exrta you havo to learn," Fho and of the fails on file, and upou t e affidaSjo, Witness my hand this aid dav of Aug IN- on file, and on the motion of plaintiffs for writ vit added, "how to paint just a little DEALER G. IJ IMM.EY.J V l'. t ol mandamus, notice of which motion wa. waived The animal can be had by tha owner proving enough to mako stripes on a lily liko by the defendant, and the cwirt being advised Is property and paying all espenses. adjudged that it was was the that or givo tho proper shading to tho 01 opinion, oana sadelcnoant as judge otIt the Lin50 4t JT t ARSON. the legal duty : heart of a coln county court to or Jer the election asked fotc DAVID II. C. PEYTON, ICE, ICE. 1 Mm J. :G.D.SMIM2Y of blno-gra- y Hus-tomll- le THE RILEY HOUSE PENNY -- m Hus-mi- lt Dcullst. J. BENEDICT, D. S. CARPENTBB, Higgins & Watts, vcr-itab- lo Hinds of Coal. Snob Land for Sals All Stanford, Respectfully Invited. norer-lallin- g Bridg Buildingl -- Rl'SSEIX 1 VEXTDOME ECOTEL, priist-clai- s . an t; K. R. Zimmer, -- ESTEAY. 11 v tt. rac" quito correct and very English, get a rough straw walking hat to go with your street gown. They aro trimmed with moiro ribbon and havo quills or black coko feathers at tho If yon would bo Paper lamp shades nro tho fad at present. If you despise them becauso they aro paper, you aro behind tho times. If you think them cheap or common, yon will find out your mistake when you go to buy "n perfect beauty." Ho was a lawyer, and what ho did not know about this poor human naturo sido. hi h What will bo douo next in "sweet charity's uamo?" Privato theatricals aro voted tiresomo and charades old, so that tho bcllo of this advanced day turns her attention to amateur circuses. Thoro ..For a., wns ono in a small, aristocratic settleRefreshing Bath, Hot or Cold, ment not a thousand miles from Now A stylish Hair Trim or CUin Shave, go to Cook WORTH t Dally Trains Double close connections at Make York only tho other day. Around and around tho ring went tho pretty girls 011 & Farmer's Barber Shop. horteback, striking at rings on bars, sitting sideways on a horse, eta "Do you liko this?" asked a disapproving IF VOU AKE GOING y mail of a littlo blond who looked OR lovely in a jockoy cap and red .THE 6atiu coat "Well, you see," sho answered, "when I was a littlo girl, I thought the circus riders tho most beautiful things in oxistenco and registered an oath in my baby brain to wear gauzo skirts somo day and jump through a hoop. So you can understand that this is partly a realization of a long cherishLouiavmc a Nashville R. R. ed dream. Besides, although it's risky and maybe a littlo bold, it's for charity, It the line for you, as its so it goes!" WEST, tanta-lizingl- LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI a ricli brido cost? Havo you over thought For all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information e joutre cf JOE S.HICE. Agent, Stanford, Ky nr W. A. McQUOWN, Trav. Pass. Agent, Junction City, Ky How much does tho rich trousseau of John B., Cattleman. j A A. G. Laoham 5 , V ROYAL Insurance Company OP MVERPOOI.. BARBBE&OASTLBMAN MANAGERS, about it? 1 went into a shop on upper Broadway tho other day whero a French woman manufactures liugerio for thoso who tread on tho velvet and lilies of life. Tho underwear for tho trousseau of a banker's daughter was displayed to longing eyed women. It was all of finest linen, sheer as a butterfly's wing, with laco and ribbon so dainty they had tho effect of frosting upon it. Thero Tho cost? were n dozen of everything. Seventeen hundred dollars. That's all! No dessert is as grateful in hot weather as iced fruit. If you mnko pineapple sorbet ouco you will bo suro to inako it again. Tako a quart of grated 2 heaping spoonfuls of gelatin dissolved in hot water, a quart of water, a quart of sugar, tho juicoof a lemon and tho beaten whites of 2 eggs. Put in just before freezing. pino-apple, of ours you may rest assured was not in tho least worth knowing. Ho sat at his big desk, and a woman's daintily mouogrammed letter fluttered in his hand. Thero was a smllo upon his lips. "Hero is a woman made up of dashes," ho said, raising his oyobrows. "Tho way women punctunto is ono of tho most curious things in tho world I" "Why, they all observo tho satno rules, don't they?" "No, not in tho least Men do try to punctuate their letters according to tha standard taught them with their grammar; but, howover correct and a woman mny bo with manuscript, sho lets herself go in n personal letter. I havo among my correspondents a woman who uses a period all tho tinie sticks it iu wherever sho can and a real black period too. That woman knows her own mind and is as obstinate aud patient as a spider in gaining her point Then thero is tho woman whoso specialty is tho semicolon. Sho is tho sort who halts between two opinions and is apt to recapitulate, Sho is not one of your positive sort, nlthough sho is not flabby of will either. But oh, this woman of dashes! Impulsive, In compliance with the requirements of tho law uncertain, hasty, malleablo! As an exthe following order ol election by the County client, being con- Judge of Lincoln County is published for the in ample, this particular I V M.nfcfra. sistent with her temperament and her formation of all concerned. Sheriff Lincoln Co. uly 1051. is dashes, married in hasto and now bent on moving heaven and earth to got free. I shouldn't bo surprised if sho fell iu lovo with hor a year divorce. Pin not your faith after tho Shortest and qutckest between on tho reliability of tho woman who uses many dashes for pauses, " ho said sagoly. to-w-lt: paius-takin- g said defendant, to the remedy and that sought by their motion; their motion is thcrefoie and the writ of mandamus is awarded sustained, acalnst YV K. Vurnon, Judg of the Lincoln Court, by which he is corns anded at the nest regular terra of the Lincoln County Court to en terupou the order book of his court an order ill reeling an election to be held in and for the city ot Stanford and directing the bheriil of Lincoln county to hold an election and open a poll therefor at each of the voting places in said city, for the purpose of taking the sense ol the legal voters of said city upon the proposition whether or not spirituous, inous or malt liquors shall be sold, bartered or loaned therein. Inasmuch as, by reason Candies, Nuts, Tobacco, Cigars. of the refusal of rletendantto make said order at the regular teim of said court when plaintiffs application was made, it Is now too late to hold said anything election on the das designated in tho plaintiffs' Headquarters for almost On the aird day of June, 1894, petition, ft to comply and at the name tctm enable the shtr with the requirements of the law, that the said When you wantJaTirst-class'mcelection should be advertised by him at leat two you want. weeks lofore the day of election, the delcndant is commanded In his said order lor said election to fix anotherand later day as reasonably near the for 25c, call on him. day asked for by plaintiffs as will afford ample required by lime for the advertisement thereof law And this nt of mandamus hewlll in no wlso omit to obey." In obedience to the command In said writ as above fully set cut and it appearing ts that the money to pay the expenses that appli-eanare by law required to pay has been paid Into court: It isordered that an election be held Stanford, in the city ot Stanford, Ky., on the tst lay of September iSo between ihe hours of 7 A. M. and 4 P. M. A poll to be opened at each of the voting places in said city for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters of said city upon the proportion whether or not spirituous, vinous or THOMASYEAGER. malt liquors shall be sold, bartered or loaned JAMES VKAGER. therein, the result of said election to be certified to and returned as required by law In the election of county nlllcers. The following officers are appointed to hold said election; and Voting Precinct, No 1. I. M. Hruce and 11. K. Wearen, Judges, W. H. Penny, clerk, J. I). Jones Special Rates to Commercial Men. sheriff. , Voting Precinct, No. 1. A. O. Eastland and STANFORD, KY. H. Engleman, judges. J R. Hales, sherlft, C. U Carson, cleik. you need l'nery give us a call. Nothing but Voting Precinct, No. .1. J. M. Hail and J. K. If VanArsdale.iudges, Joseph Coffey, sheriff, Win. turnouts will Itavu our stable, bee us for rates. In our Severance, ef.rk. OEOi . C0OPKH. rierk Lincoln County Court HARNESS SHOP by plaintiffs in thlr petition to plaintiffs are entitled Fancy Groceries, Do- Tho Myers House. P.IW GREEN, Proprietor. Foreign and Stanford, : : : n Kentucky. mestic Fruits, I am still running this Hotel aad will continue to give my guests the polittst attention as well as the best the msrkct affords. pocial Attention to tho Traveling Public. When you want a first-clais turnout come to my LIVERY STABLE. Prices to suit the hard times. at tha Myers House Office Call or leave order al Farmers Bank&Trast Co OK R. ZIMMER. stanford,:ky., $200,000. . Is now fully organiied and ready for business with Ky. Paid up Capital of Surplus, tooo. YEAGER & YEAGER, mm, mi first-class uib stable, llri-dte- Ky- Midland R'y, Cincinnati and Frankfort Only Direct Line between .J, Commerce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. W. A. TEIBBLE, Local Agent, STANFORD, KY. San Francisco Portland A World's Fair Record. CHICAGO -- VIA- -- ()) tCUISVlUt HtWAlBiNTa CH1CAC0 Tt.fr- -' 7ULLMANSAND PABLOR CARS. ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE fr Ouida, who was very much in of her times when sho wroto "Strathmoro" a good many years ago, is very much behind tho times now. Sho not only decries tho idea of women being privileged to vote. Sho loathes tho women who aro fighting for it. Sho says: "So long as woman wears dead birds as millinery and dead seals as coats, so long as sho invades litcraturo without culturo and art without talent, so long as sho shows herself without at every debasing spectacle which is considered fashionable, fo long as sho is uuablo to keep her sous out of tho shambles of modern sport and her daughters out of tho miasma of modern society, sho has no titlo or capacity to demand tho privilego or tho placo of ad-van- Mrs. Kendal has been voted an excel- Frankfort, Georffotown and Paris, Carlisle, Maysvillo, Oynthlana, lent actress. All tho world knows sho Falmouth and Covington. is n good wifo nnd n loving mother. Indeed sho stands out as a shining figuro Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains run by Central Standard Timo. ' that the people of tho stage might well Time Tabid June 14, 1S94. try to emulate. Sho believes in tho old No. j No. 3. No. t. TRAINS EAST. views. She has no uso nt all for tho p. in. p. in. a. m, 4 o 00 I'ranklort A 7 00 "new woman" who is being featured Leave Summit 110 416 ' 706 at present. ' 5 7 Ktknorn 4" 718 no 4S "My dears," sho said at a young " Switzer a 00 438 " Stamping Groutid.7 23 woman's tea lately, "Ihnvenovertnkeu 10 Duvall 4 44 734 a so 4 50 7 40 ' a singlo important step in my life withJohnson 35 4 57 Georgetowu...H ...7 40 " out consulting my husband unci obeying 3 00 ' 5 03 C. S. Depot 7 55 .1 3 -- 80s 5 Newton him. Why should women not oboy? Is Centreville it not a happiness to fulfill tho wishes Eluabeth of thoso wo love? Obey, then, in a spirit Arrive Paris of sympathy and faith. Lovo your husband first, and tho rest will como easy." TRAINS WEST. 8 16 8 o 5 5 UlRECTOHSi Addles, Ac. Have your repairing done by our man, he understands his buiuiess. We hae a J. J. Williams, Ml. Vernon; mechanic in our S. H. Shanks, .Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; BLACKSMITH SHOP. S J. Etubry, Stanford; workl and satisfactory Will guarantee J. 11. Owsley, Stanford; prices Tiy our horse shoor. J. F. Cash, Stanford; Agents for Decring Machines, the lightest draft William Gooch, Stanlord; machine on earth. A. W. Carpenter, Mltlcdgevillt, K W. II. Cunuuiut, Prcachcrtvill H. Shanks, President Dr. J.MI. Owsley, Cashier, W. M. llright, Teller. first-class You will find a jjood assortment of Harness, s, SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL UANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same aisel and undst the same rnsubgeincnt. Uy provisions of its chatter, depositors are a fully protected as ai depositors in National Hanks, its shareholders being held individually tiaolc to the catcnt of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereol, In addition to the amount invested in such shares. It may actaa csccutor, administrator, trutUc, Ac, as fully aa an individual. To those who entrusted their bulsiness to us while mnsglng tha Lincoln National liana ol Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and trust tbey will continue to transact their business with us, ottering as a guarantee fcr prompt attention to same, our twenty yens' eipcrience la banking andas liberal accommodations as are consilient with sound banking. NORFOLK AND WESTERN FIRST NATIONAL RAILROAD. SOLD TO BANK OF STANFORD, KY. Stock-Surplus Capital .8200,000 - 21,300 TICKETS ALL POINTS: J ' 3 3 3 4S C 830 No. a. No. 4. 535 400 OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO, ARKANSAS. CALIFORNIA, fecru-pl- o man." bo-for- e. RUNNING E.'H. - DINING - CARS. WRITE TO p BACON, D. P. A.. F. Louisville, Ky. J. IIEED.G. PA 111. Chicago, St. Paul. Denver. More trinkets aro worn now, even Kate Jordan. with sorero cloth gowns, than over Now York. They aro all in good taste, thougli, and each has a reason. Thero is tho Mustaches in women aro getting moro brooch at the high collaretto; tho sleevo Constantinople vibiblo in tho cuffs; tho long common than of old. Iu links, just 10 per cent ot the women havo these apempiro chain having a vinaigrette, or littlo eilvur purso or watch at tho cud pendages to the upper lips. Her mothods of housekeeping aro worth n hearing. In every room of her beautiful homo sho keeps a slato nnd pencil. When sho makes a daily tour of her house, sho writes on this slato what sho finds amiss, and tho houso-maiis expected to consult it. If tho housemaid has any reply to mako, sho writes it also. This saves all possiblo jarring, nothing is forgotten, and thero is a dignity to it which n conscientious servnut is suro to respect. d ArrKlirabeth Arr Centreville A rr Newtown ArrC.S. Depot LePari C a.m. p.m. 6 19 6 11 6 41 ....1000 -- to to -- 605 61c No. 8 No. ta a. m 4 40 445 TEXAS, E WEST, HORTH-WEST, ArrElkhom ArrSuiumlt Arr Frankfcrt...A Arr Georgetown II to 37 it 47 Arr Johnson o st ArrDuvall ArrStamp'g Ground 11 00 if to Arr Switzer - 10 14 IO 32 Q 3 j si 5 50UTH-WE- 51 40 CO 6 645 654 6 S7 703 7 13 7 747 800 810 830 FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. THE BEST ROUTE TO THE Attention of the public is invited 10 the fac that this is the only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Hank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders liability for as amourt equal to the stock, so that depositors ol this Institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. Five Sworn statements of thecondition of the bank are made each yearto the United States government and its assets are examined at stated time by government agents, thus securing addititona anif perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as tha Deposit liank of Stanford In i8j8, then ued as the National liank of Stanford in i6j and again the First National Bank ol Stanford in 1S81, has had practically an uninterrupted eaistenceof jj yeais. It Is better supplied now with facilities for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully toileof this liank is composed ol Forestas Reid, Lincoln county J S. T Harris, Lincoln; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S.H. riaughman,Linco!n; J.S. Hocker, Stanford ; W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill.Staurord. K. L. Tanucr, McKtnney; M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. J S. Hocker, President; John J. McRoberts, Csihier; A. A. McKioney, AstuUnt Cashier. ted. Tha Directory s so tr aj C connects with K. C. SUNDAV TRAINS. Leave Kranklort 9 00 a. m; Georgetown 10 00 a. m. Lve Georgetown 10 37; arrive r'raukfoit 11 30 The Kentucky Midland Railway and connections form the shortest and cheapest route to all points 6outh, East, North and est. For further information apply to their agents, C. D. HERCAW, Gen Pass. Aeut. m GEO. H. HARPER, Gen. Supt A connects with L. A N. H cornccts with Q. & C. and L. S. it ti 17 30 72 7 90S 9 3 9 35 NORTH AND EAST. UUMAN VESTIBUIED COACHES, CURS 35 SLEEPING AND DINING SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE NORFOLKWESTERN RAILROAl CHEAPEST, BEST AND QUICKEST LINE. DcscrintU Writo for Ilntcs, Mum. 'fttnphlets, to any Stution Agent, or to Time-Tablc- s, W. B. B IV ILL, lVI MM.MJKE,VJI. !'"., rit. ALLEN HULL, HI'. 10LIJIHI,0. r.r , 1st. M. f. BRAOO, Tr.itll.f ! . f UOiSOkl-,1- , 3'" (KU.iT fl .' .V,i ')i.& &. iaiy fe.tthat"f jtwfct4sm, t .$ si'JftV-ii"l- i A