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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895061101 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 1895 $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. - ,r - s ' Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxiii. CRAB ORCHARD. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. JUNE 11. 1895. NO.30 The Banctiflcatiou inectlnn bcRina at tbo Ohriatlau church Tuesday night. Mr. A. II. Bnatln received Boveral oloRnpt vehicles last week. Thla completes a firatclasa llvory stnblo iu our town. -- Dr. W. S. Uenzley and Mr. Henry Simpson, of Lancaster, camo ovor on their wheels Sunday to Kt h Rood drink of Crab Orchnrd water. Quito a number of Ruesta aro already enjoylnR the fine wator of Grab Orchard Sue Laylon and Mary Ragsdale, of Cin OF A LOCAL NATURE. An open air concert was given in tho cinnati, aro visiting Mrs. Jack Hiatt, of The post-offic- e at Roost, Bell county, Park Saturday night. The music, which this vicinity. Mr. Robert Farris. lately has been discontinued. was moat enjoyable, was furnished by a resident of Washington Citv, has been created A negro with the small-po- x witn irlends hero. Miss Ellen Owsley is tbo Stanford band. Hew kips in Furniture, ' Springs. Amour the number wu'notlco Mr. and Mrs. Itussell, of Lebanon, Mr. and Mrs. Woodi and Dr. Loiyi, of Danville. The closing exercises of Prof.Stapp's school were well attended. The children all did well, oven if they did not have lotiR to prepare in. The Christian church was fitted up for the occasion and there was not even standing room, which went to show how popular the Profeaaor'a school is in Crab Orchard and vicinity. Miss Jennie I'uerigo, of Atlanta, is visiting Misses Nannie and Battle 'Mlsa Hirdio Martin, of Mnrota-buris spending a few days with Miss Beeaie Mageu. MiBaes Jean and Eva Buchanan returned homo Saturday after a pleasant visit to their slater, Mrs. John A. Haldeman, in Louisville. Miss May-ra- o Fayno, of Wilmorn, is visiting her cousins, tho Misses Fayno. Mrs. Sue Ilolmrs returned from Lewisburg Saturday, bringing her daughter, Mrs. James Miller, and children, who will spend the Summer here. Messrs. Will and Joe Iirooka are taking their vacation with mother. Mrs. Anna Mayfieid and children, of Lexington, and Miss Alexander, a charming young Jady of Versailles, aro visiting at Mr. Win. Stuart's. u. g, To the Lincoln County Democraoy. In conformity to a resolution of tho Tho entertainment by Miss Sallio Anderson's school Friday night drew a crowJed house and was highly complimented. MIbs Auderson deserves high commendation for hor training and aptness with tho little ones. Ht Miss Morton's recital Mlsi Lena Fisher, of Mississippi, graduate of Uollins Institute of Virginia, will give some Hue reading and recitations. The wholo program of tho entertainment promises to be quite enjoyable. Mrs. Peebles, wile of Rev. Samuel Peebles, who has been dangerously ill two miles West of this place, where her husband has been holding a protracted meeting, is somewhat bettor. It la now thought that iter recovery is possible. Rev. George O. Barnes preached tho tlrst sermon Sunday night of the series of meetings to a crowded house. He is assisted in his work by his daughter, Miss Marie, whoso sweet voice has bo often before charmed Lancaster audiences. Saturday's Courier-Journa- l contains a good likeness of Mr. J. Mortimer Roth-welof this place, candidate for the democratic nomination for representa tive. The sketch speaks of him as a young man in his 21th year, a lawyer of quick, uative intellect und a practitioner who has made well of his opportunities. Mica Debbie Batson lias returned from the Southern Virginia Institute at Bristol, Tenn., crowned with laurelB, having groduated with tho highest hon-ot- a in music. As proof of her proficiency In this art, ahe has already beeu engaged to teach music in a Southern college, which has as its chaplain Dr. Robert Ryland, a well known Kentucky gentlo-manTo-nig- l, in Danville attending commencement. consternation iu Harrodsburg. AT WITHERS & HOOKER'S. Garrard Thompson, a carpenter,who Mies Lily D Grant is visiting Miss Eva used to livo in Stanford, died whilo on a You can not afford to miss this grand opportunity. Goods in every Grant, of Danville. tnoonahino raid in Bell county, of apo- department are marked at rock bottom prices, simply out of reach of Resolutions of Respect to the Memory of plexy. SySee our new Folding .Beds, Bed Lounges, Leather competition. The Mt. Vernon Eagle tolls of a dyW. F. McClary. Couches, Oak and walnut Suites, Burch and Rattan Rockers. Notice namite fisherman, who got his deserts. Whereas, The Great Ruler of the Uniour nice dining Chairs, Mattresses and Spring Bedding in great varieverse hea in His infinite wisdom taken He had his hand blowu ou, while killing ty. Pictures, Mouldings, Wall Paper, Carpets. Come in and look from us by death our worthy and es- fish that way. William Downey, of Wood ford coun through our immense stock; we make no charge for showing goods teemed suptrintondent, W. F. McClary, ty, was fatally stabbed bv Samuel Adams in fact it is a great pleasure to display our goods and name prices, and whereas the intimate relation hold by him during a long and useful career during a quarrel over the possession of which make every article a leader. with the teachers of Lincoln county some tobacco plants. The barn of Hon. Eli Farmer, of makes it fitting that we record our apPulaski, was burned by an incendiary. Undertakers and Furniture Dealers, Stanford, Ky. preciation of him, therefore be it Resolved by the teachers of Lincoln Several mules, a lot of feed and farming county assembled in examination June utensils were consumed. One Gallon of-Littlo Robert, the eon of Mr. J. M, 7th and 8th, 1805, 1. That in the death of Mr. McClary Richardson, of Somerset, was thrown the teachers of Lincoln lose a kind and from his pony and besides breaking one true friend and the public schools sus- of his arms was otherwise hurt. A dispatch from Washington saye tain an inestimable loss. Will Cover 300 Square Feet of Surface two coats and costs you 2. The county, community andjehurch that Gen. Green Clay Smith is better. lose by his death an upright citizen, a An operation performed afforded relief, useful member and a true Christian gen- and it is hoped he is now out of danger. tleman. Wm. Jones, colored, fell headfore3. His family a noble and atiectionato most from a Louisville Southern passen. It is husband, a kind, generous; and indul- ger train near Hnrrodeburg aud broke gent father. He fell with ouch force that his neck. 4. That a copy of these resolutions be both of his shoes fell off his feet. sent to the family of the deceased and G. D. Moore, postmaster, and Tip one each to the Interior Journal and Sterm, assistant postmaster, at Heavy Any Shade you like. Southern School for publication. Laurel county, shot each other to death LuciK.s M. Lkwis, at that place Saturday. They were brothers-in-law- , James M. Wiiitjc, and Sterm was jealous Committee. of Moore. 4 WITHERS & HOOKER. -- .1 "MASTIC" MIXED PAINT ONLY: $1.40 '.PER: GALLON. Very Fine and Durable. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. THE ONE THING BEYOND She M filtered HER. . U State committee, precinct conventions are called at ejich voting placo in this county at 'J o'clock Saturday, Juno 15, to appoint delegates to meet at tho court Iiouko in Stanford on tho 17th at 2 r. m., for tho purpose of sending delegates to the State Convention to be held at Lou isville June iio to nominate State ollicers. Tho vote to which each precinct Ib entitled is as follows: Stauford, No. 1, 3 delegate?; No. , 3; No. 3, 3; No. , 3; Hiistonvillo No. 1, 3; No. 2, 2; No. 3, 3; Crab Orchard No. 1, 3; No. 2, 2; WayneBburg No. 1, 2; No. 2, 1; No. 3,1. Total 20. L. I Dawson, Churn. Qconac D. Uoitkr, Sec'y. Tho republican ticket as completed is as folio wr: Governor W. 0. Bradley, of Garrard; Lieutenant Governor W. J. Worth-ingtoof Greenup; Auditor Sam H. Stone, of Madison; Secretary of State Ohas. Finley, of Whitley; Treasurer Georgo W. Long, of Grayson; Attorney General W. S. Taylor, Butler; Superintendent of Public Instruction W. J. Davidson, of Pulaski; 0. Register of Land Omce-- 0. of Fayette; , Commissioner of Agriculture Luaas Moore, of Marion. James Ureck, aged 02, and his wife, aged 00, passed through Pluevillo on a 100 mile tramp. They have been married 72 years. The silver dollars issued in 1S01 are worth 11,000 each. Thero wore only 18,570 coined in that year. A littlo machine for sowing on buttons, just invented, is likely to provo a boon to bachelors, Henry Newcomb, a Prince George county, Va., farmer was gored to death by a bull. n, Rey-nold- s, 1. uncounted For. I .frbua oi hln wife of lata Snnfrs Well, no wonder. Blrury Staoy scorns to bo mightily hoi-ow- teacher? teacher. Slnco tho financial depression she has bocojno maid, und for tho llfo of him ho can't keep from kissing hor. N. Y. World. Honestly Acquired. Tho Tourist You seem to bo proud of your family titlo. Tho Now York MUllonalro Abroad (proudly) Of courso, I am. I paid for it in good hard dollars. Chicago Record. Educational Item. First Boy How do you llko your now Second Boy IIo la not a lightning Ho strikes soveral times in tho samo placo. Toxas Sif tings. Clean 8 ween. "Who took tho rubbers at tho whist party?" "Don't know. Wasn't interested. What I want to know Is who took tho umbrellas." Cincinnati .Tribune. We authorize cur advertised druggist to sellyou. Dr. King's New Dlscoyery for Consumption, Coughs anU Colds, upen thu condition: If you are atllicted witb a Cough. Cold or any Lung Throat, or Cheat trouble and will uie thii remedy according to directions, giving it a air trial and experience no benefit, you mar return the bottle and have your money refunded. We could not maVe thu offer if we did not know that Dr. Kingi New Discovery could belied upon. It never Trial bottle tree at A. R. Penny's arug store. Largo sire joe and U Guarantood Ouro. ts. Last week Booms to havo been one of accidents to boiuo of our citizens, and strange to say both accidents occurred the samo day. While Mr. Goo. Smith, a worthy carpenter ot this placo, was putting a roof upon Mr. T. S. Klkin's house he fell a distanco of 15 feet upon a pick et fence and struck his left ahoukier, producing a very painful wound. An Rnymond Haselden was starting out in Ids wagon to do some work, the seat slipped, throwing him out with enough force to dislocate his left shoulder and break a small bono, from which he suffers much pain. The marriage of Miss Margaret Walker to Mr. Luther Gibbe, both of this county, takea place evening at 8:30 o'clock at the Paint Lick Presbyter-Ia- n church, Rev. A. W. Crawford officiating. Misa Sue Ogilvie will be maid of honor and Mr. Oabbel Denny beat man. Tho other attendants are: Miss Eliza Lusk and Mr. Richard 'Denny, Miss Mattio Walker and Mr. Ed Walker, Miss Emma Leavel and Mr. Woods Ogilyie, Miss Jane Lusk and Mr. Woods Walker. The contracting couple have been loyors for years and their many frlendB wish them much happiness upon tbe consummation of their betrothal vows. The Hon. Win. O. Bradley reached here Saturday evening on his return from the republican convention. He was met on tho way and escorted into town by rjuito a cortego of friends and admirers and extended an ovation from the East portico of tho Mr. Win. Horndon made tho opening speech and Mr. W. I. Williams, though a democrat, delivered a very complimentary address in honor of his distinguished townsman. Mr. Bradley mado a short response and was visibly allected by tho courtesy extended to him. He said that notwithstanding tho honors bestowed upon him in Louisville, nono touched his heart na this from his fellow cttizens. Died, on Sunday nt 10 i m , Mrs. Wm. Arnold, after a long and seyoro illness of over two years. Mrs. Arnold was a Misa Huinber, of Crab Orchard, but has Bpont her married life of 23 years in this town and county. She was an unassuming Christian woman, with a heart devoid of offense toward anyone, and her many friends deeply regret that her llfo was cut short when she had hardly more than reached its zenith. She leaves u husband and five children to mourn her irreparable loss and to so comfort themselves as to hope for a reunion boyond this land of parting and of weeping. Tbe funoral took place at tbo Christian church on Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock conducted by Elder Milton Elliott and Rev. F. M. Hill. Interment in the Lancaster Cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Achilles Brown and two children,, of London, are visiting Mrs. Richard Ward. Miss Lena Gaper-toof Louisville, has been tho guest of Miss Patlie Beazley. Mr. Ohas. Posey, of Lawronceburg, visited a friend (?) here Sunday. Mr. Clarence E. Tate, of your city, was hero Saturday. Misses Mattle Walker and Alico Fox Young have returned from a year's scholastic courso at Oxford, 0., College. Misses Fannie Berry and Ida Newell, of Pulaski, who have beentudents at Garrard College, havo returned to their respective homes. Mr. Ethel Scott, of Stanford, was the guest of bis uncle, Col. Wm. 0. Bradley. Mifsea court-housn, -- J. H. Hilton Bold to J. B. Foster 10 fat hogs at 3.40. Allerton'a fee four years ago was This year it was 150. The L. & N. has already begun to handle the Florida watermelon crop. Mr. John Bright says a good deal of rust is developing in the wheat fields. William Uerringbought in Rockcastle a bunch of mountain cattle at -- I to $1,-00- 0. All the Problems but One, anil Javo That Up. "I mn tho pour of any man I" As sho uttered these words of proud Flndn Saycnl drew herself to her full height and scornfully gnzed nt tho group of savants who surrounded her. All but ono of tho throng cringed foeforo hor as If ncknowlcdglnR her claim, so great was her erudition, t.o masterful was her co W. B. McROBERTS, Dealer in BMTOr9 FAINTS, IIL9 3c. Frank Bohannon sold 1,090 bushels of wheat to Dodd, of Wilmore, at 30c. Woodford Sun. (Jrit Davis is working 50ilhead of trotters." He also has a dozen ;or more thoroughbreds. W. M. Matheny bought of W. A. Hall and J. G. Hill a bunch of calves and yearlings at f 15 to $10 50. King Wilkes, the sire of Bir cracks, is dead. Ho was owned by the Woodford farm in Fayette and woa;10 years old. The first car of 1805 wheat arrived at St. Louis Saturday from Coffey ville, Kan. The car was auctioned for the call at the premium price of 95 cents. Count de Castellane, who married Miss Anna Gould, intends;, to devote part of his wife's fortune to the establish ment of a grand racing stable. He has already bought several horses. Threo Now Champion Binders start ed in Uoyle last week in heavy barley and for light draft and easy handling of grain they beat the world. W. L. With" ers and R. D. Bruce, agents. of Paris, worth The Grand Prix nearly f 10,000 to thejjwinner, was won Sunday by M. Blanc's Andree, who was at 10 to 1 in tho betting. The Americans backed the favorite, Omnium, who finished seventh. Hon. R.J'.O. Warren :found hia fine cow, Mad. IGyon, daughter of Frances Ridley Havergal, the other morning with her leg broken in a mysterious way. Ho has it in Plaster Vane, but is afraid he and a will lose her. She is remokublo milker. There were about lL'OjJcnttle on tbo market yesterday but) ' buyers were scarce. There were no public sales but the following private sales were made: Farris Whitley bought 25 cattloweighing from SOOJto (900 pounds James Robinson bought at 3 to 3 Jc. nine light oxenat S2S. J. E. Bruce bought a amalljbunch of 750 pound cattle at 3jc. Some butcher stuff sold at Itwo-year-ol- The ono who cringed not was hnrdly a savitnt. Ho wns n professional baseball umpire, with n large, aggresslvo looking pompadour and black eyes that regnrded licr with a look of confident cunning. Ono by ono tho savants questioned hor. Sho answered queries In Frenoh, Gorman, Husalnn, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Sho Chinese, .Tapanoso and Norwegian. read Greek, Latin and Hebrew at sight, and sho called Sanskrit "easy." "Gentlemen," tshe pleaded at last, "try to tnnko It more Interesting for mo. This Is moro klndorgartou work." A not4.nl Egyptologist thon stepped forward as tho forlorn hopo of tho baffled savants. Amid breathless excitement ho to humblo hor with a cuneiform Inscription, but she deciphered It as readily aa n child would have prattled hor A manner. Prompt attention given to Prescriptions. Trade Solicited from surrounding country. Wall Paper Very Cheap. SHOES AND BC's. "Do your worst 1" sho cried "Thero is no' ting I cannot understand." "What, nothing?" It waa the umpire, with tho Aggressive pompadour and tho keen, cunning ores, who spoko. Thero wni a cynical smllo on his lips. We carry the Forwood Shoe Mfg Co.'s Shoes for both men and ladies. They cannot be excelled in style or wear. In cheap and medium price ladies' Shges our $1 29, $1 50 and $2 goods are bargains. We carry a full line of men's, youths' and boys' Clothing, in medi um price goods. Our men's 7.50 and 10.00 suits are great bargains Call and examine our stock we take pleasure in showing ou mockingly. stock and it costs you nothing to look. H W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. "Nothing! Nothing!" Sho repeated tho words ns defiantly as ovor, but thoro waa a startled look In oyea iu it sho know sho possessed ono vulnerable point und fen red ho had found It. Iit ANCHOR -- : - And - STOVES, d 2 to 2Jc. Rachel Brannan, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Wearen, died Saturday of erysipelas Jand was buried in the Lancaster Cemetery Sunday morning. The bereaved family have tho sympathy of the community iu their loss. A little voice is hushed that filled The ear of love with sweetest sound, A little form is cold and stilled That fondest hopes did cling around. At Norfolk, Va., Sabina Thomas saw GeorRe Nash, with whom she waa in love, standinir on a street corner in conversa tion with another woman. Pulling out a Bucklln'a Arnica Salve. pistol she shot him dead and killed herTk. hett ailve in the woild for cuti. bru'ies self with the other load. sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapand all akin eruptions, A mob at Walla Walla, Wash., gave ped hands, chilblains, euros no pay reputreu. n 11 It positively cure pilea, or of tar and feathers to a white man guaranteed to give periect satisfaction or money a coat Price 5 cents per box. For sale by named Joseph Fossati, and the disrepu-tabl- o refunded. A. K. Penny. Stanford, Ky mt negro womaujwhom he had just Curo for Hoadacho. married. As a remedy for all forms of Headache Electric At Versailles, Ind., Gaunt JohnBon Hitters has proved to be the very best. It effects a permanent cure and tbe most dreaded habitual shot and killed John Huntington while sick headache yields to its influence. We urge all who are atlllctrd to procure a bottle and give both were calling upon the same girl. cases ol habitual Emmet, Jr., the comedian, ia in this remedy a fair trial. In cures by giving tbe Joe Electric Hitters reneeded tone the bowels and few jail at San Francisco for attempting to sist the use oltothis medicine. Try it cases long or.ee. Vnte bottles onlv o cents at A. R. Penny's Drug Storo. murder his wife. m "Nothing In English would puzzle you, I BupposoJ" "Chaucer without a glossary or Browning without a key, of course," shosneored, "but just try mo. And as for magazine poetry I can toll what It means when It doesn't mean anything. Thoro Is nothing I cannot understand." "What, then, doos this mean?" Taking from his pocket a morning paper, ho read aloud: "Nichols found tho leather for tho left field fence Lowe cracked n single, sending Nichols to second. Long smashed n corking two bagger through Eddlo Unrko, and tho cranks hod heart failure as two of tho Bean Kntors sprinted across tho plato. Ruslo's next ball twisted llko nn elongated bedsprlng, but Duffy pushed, his big bat ognlnst It for a single. Ho fell asleep on first lator, and was nailed by big Amlo's catapult throw. Tucker's pop fly wns plo for Davis, nnd Nash fanned tho cthor three times, sondlng Bcnntown to tho field. The Giants wcro gooso egged In tholr half. Ruslo banged a twister with whiskers on It to tho Infield, but tho leather beat him outnt first. Tlernan fouled out. Stafford touched Nichols for threo bags, but died whon FnrruU popped a fly." Pausing, tho umpire transfixed tho now woman with triumphant oyes that seemed to burn into her very soul. "What doos that moan?" ho domanded. With a ehrlek of despair Finda Saycal full to tho lloor. "Lostl Lost!" sho moaned. Tho baseball reporter's lingo was the ono thing on earth sho could not underBaulk II. Eaton. stand. how-ovo- r, Anehor Steel Ranges, The- BEST IN THE COUIMTRV, You are invifed to call and see them. FARRIS. & HARDIN JAMBS FBYKI HVSTONYILLE, KY. I have an immense stock of goods now arriving which will revolutionize the retail trade. The prices mentioned below will seem impossible to a great many people but I will pay any one's toll coming to my store and not finding them as I represent them. All of these goods will arrive in the next few days. A good black slicker $1.25, very fine rubber coat S1.50 worth $3. Black cape Mcintosh $3.75 worth S5.50. Mens' sandals worth 75c for 45c, Ladies' sandals worth 50c for 35c. Boy's knee pant suits for 65c, Si. 10, 1.40, 2.00, 2.50 and 3.50, worth almost double. Mens and Youth's suits, coat, pants and vest, S2.50 to S7.50, worth $$ to S15. Mens' fine suits, imported goods, elegantly trimmed and tailor made for $12.50 to $1$, former price iS to 25 dollars. These goods are equal to suits that tailors charge double the money for. Woolen dress goods in great variety of style and quality and I know that I own them way down below their actual value and will sell them lower than the lowest. Don't buy your dress or silk shirt waist until you see how cheap I will sell them to you. Wash Fabricks I have in all the latest novelties, both in style and color. I have a line of check, striped and figured white goods carried over from last year for N half price. Carpets and Mattings. My prices on these will surprise you. They are all new, not a single piece of carried over stock. A Great Bargain. A black stiff hat, the very latest shaye, for Si. 15 The sequel Buy and sell for Cash." worth S3. TAMES FRYEi Hustonville, Ky. GLOTDHIIElSrCS- - I J3E;EISS Q-OOID- S ! sp y r I If I f CHURCH AFFAIRS. Caulible will certainly speak in LouisADDITIONAL LOCAL, ville Thursday night fn tho interest of The averago contribution last year Zieolkr shoes in great variety at sound money. His previous efforts in for the Baptists of the United Stases (inShankB.' mm une in state- anu oiaowuero are Stanford. Ky., - - June 11, 1985 having theirmis Crab Orchard Spjusas opens with n cluding colored) was $3.21 per capita. perfect work. "Rev." Andrew Johnson's meeting big ball next tridny night at Goshon closed Sunday night with 105 Tiik free silver paper at Louisville has OF SPRING PRICES. W. P. WALTON. The county court was barren of iteniB conversions and sanctiflcations. It lastpetered out like the free Bilver crazs. It is well. A long felt want would not be yesterday and the judge and county clerk ed three weeks. The Williamsburg Institute can dozed tho idle hours away. Tnic sensible and conservative action filled by such a publication. i a donation of 135,000 If sufficient This week vc inauguyate a June Clearance Sale. ' Prices are cut in the democratic convention at Win Tuirvks onterod John Murphy's Btore money is ralsod to meet tho present NEWSY NOTES. through the entire house. Every department contributes to this great Chester, composed of representative men at May wood Friday night and got away prepslng needs of tho institute. from more than a third of the State, haB smash-uA. J. Nowlin bjoko the sale. Wc invite you to call and sec the bargains we are ofbicy with about f25 worth of goods. Rev. J. H. Hopper, who is with rel t 9 given renewed hope that thek Statu con- cle record by going the distance in 20:02. The members of tho firo company are atives here, tells us that ho has just fering this week. It's the difference in price that brings so many pco vention will not be dominated by free A Paducah judge also declares the closed a meeting at Walnut Hills In Fay- pic here. It's the cheapness of this sort that attracts the largest silver men, but that a platform 'will be saloon Sunday closing law unconstitu- requested to meet at tho engine houso at 7:30 Wednesday evening. I. M. Bruce ette, which resulted in 17 additions. crowds to adopted, upon which all will unite and tional. " chief. with a solid phalanx march on to certain Thieves broke into a freight car at NEW ADVJCRTlSRMKNTa. victory. The Owenoboro convention de- Versailles and stole several thousand I am now agent for one of tho best clared unequivocally for free silver at 10 dollars worth of goods. tailoring establishments in the country to 1. This is the plank adopted at Wm. R. Castle has been appointed If I can not fit you in ready made goods Winchester, which convention was com- Hawaiian minister to Washington in you can have your order taken and get It's genuine bargains given of this calibre that will make this the busposed almost exclusively of Bound mon- place of L. A. Thurston. OF THK SEASON,' a suit in four days. A fit Is guaranteed. iest June week wc have ever had. Men's Undershirts 15c, worth 25. ey men and which also did itself the Mrs. W. Krontz, of Waterloo, Ind., Call in and see my line of samples. W. ax, Men's French Ualbriggan shirts and drawers 50c a suit, worth $1. " credit of hissing Gen. Hardin down: lost hor power of speech while quarrel II. Shanks. "We indorse the declaration of prin- ing at ber drunken husband. Men's Ovcrshirts 25c worth 50c; mens' suspenders 10c and 15c, worth The circuit court has only tried two ciples adopted by the National demoDeputy Collector Holt, of the LexLINNIETTA PARK SPRINGS. twice lhc money. Ladies Vests, 5c, worth 15c, better ones 10c, cases Bince last report, but they cratic convention at Chicago and the ington district, bos been fired to make small The public Ii cordially Invited. took all the,timo. worth 25c. We have just received a fine line of Percales which will conservative course of the party on fin room for Desha Breckinridge. THOS. KICHARD3, Manager. 3.jt Dr. P. W. Logan lost his case against of tho be sold at 10c, worth ancial questions, which has at length reMrs. Marian Reid, mother per yd. A good pair of ladies hose 5c. having won in the low- stored confidence to the business future Hon. Whitelaw Reid, died at her home, J F. Gover, after HOLDABI, JAMES Don't forget to look at er court. The value of the mule was of our country. We point with pride to near Cedarvillo, 0., aged 01 years. U a candidate for Superintendent of School of G0, tho costs several times that amount. Lincoln county, subject to the Dethat democratic administration at whose The time of tho relay riders from Dr. Logan also sued Wood Stigall for mocracy. November election, action of tho 1895. ! head is our matchless president, Grover (jbicago to New York a distance of 1,000 200 damages for refusal to give up the Cleveland, and in whose councils is the miles, was 05 hours and 13 minutes. W. S. BURCU, farm he rented him, after the expiration great Kentuckian, John Griffin Carlisle, Sylvester FontiuB, of Upper Sandus- of the contract time and for injury to la a candidate for Superintendent of Public And Dress Goods which will be sold correspondingly low. In our which has guided the government from ky, has confessed to having forcibly asSchools of Lincoln county; the premises. This case was called Fri of the Democratic party. aubjtct to the action Clothing and Shoes wc can't be beat. A good pair Ladies' Oxfords the abyss of financial ruin to the thres- saulted each of his nine daughters. day and for over two hours the doctor hold of a prosperous future." 50c, worth 75c. An excellent pair Ladies' or Men's Shoes Si worth In less than two years three tailors, stood a rigid cross examination, with reSi. 50. Children's suits 75c worth Si. 50. Knee pants 25c, worth 50. Hon. A. J. Carholl. or "Tony" ob his who worked for Daniel Goehlen, at An- markable composure. IStigall brought in a contra account and strange to Bay got a have committed suicide. derson, Ind., friends know him, has been The undersigned committet will, until June 15 Men's Shoes S2.50 and upwards, vorth double the money. for the Legislature in the 4th LouisGeorge Noon, of Corrydon, commit- iudgment for i$150 against the doctor. 1893, receive bids for the following ville district without opposition, and will ted suicide and left a note stating that The jury did not report till 4:30 yester- Work to bo Done on Gourt-Hous- o with no opposition to speak he feared the whitecaps would deal with day. be One piece of oak timber 6t.11 inches to extend of from the other party. Ho will doubt- him. from one principal rafter to Fontaine Fox BonuiTT spoke yester- curely bolted to cross beamthe other and t seIn cupola, with not less be a candidate for speaker again and Eastern Kentucky democrats, day to the usual crowd ' that always de- lest than eight baits, bne piece 4xS, bolted, to Remember we arc headquarters for Carpets and Matting. A good capable and satisfactory manner in the to Gen. Hardin's free silver ideas, lights to hear him. He is for gold and corner post on the corner, tin (lashed corner which he presided over the last Lower are seeking a man to nominate for gov silver being maintained at a parity, but around the In main so as to stop all leaks, put in rag Carpet, any thing in half or all wool Carpets. Matting new plink 15 corniceon building where necessary and put two coats of paint on main build House of the General Assembly entitles ernor. not in the manner that it is now, and his wg; aiso on upper part 01 balcony and rne coat on and 25c. him to a walk-oveAt Lexington, George Green, color ideas were rather vague as to how it frames and sn u D stairs. Privilere rejecting anv and all bids. File bids with eauniv ed, killed bis wife and her father in cold could be done. He is opposed to fur- clerk. O. M. DAVISON, It looks like the people thought they blood, and then attempted to commit ther taxation to make turnpikes free, es J. F. CUMMINS, J. H 1'AXTON. had gone a little too far in forcing the Building Com'tec. suicide. pecially since the East End would derive free Bilver issue, when Hardin was hissAt Peru, Ind., an aged grandfather no benefit, but still have her free mud ed and howled down at the Winchester .If VOU AKK GOING in attempting to pick up his little roads in winter and dust roads in Sumconvention and Blackburn was afraid to fell on him and mashed him mer. attempt to make a speech. They had grandson, to death. . ......THE Mr. Bobbitt did not announce himself plain sailing at Owensboro. They struck A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, Alice Mitchell, the murderer of for the Legislature, but said he wis suba great big snag at Winchester and it ' Freda Ward, attempted to commit sui- ject to the will of the people. T. D. RANEY, Manager. " ought to let some reason into their cide at Bolivar, Tenn., by jumping in a At the conclusion of his speech, Hon. heads. Branch Stores: tank on the asylum roof. R. O. Warren was called for and he made Democrats should make it a point to Soventeen of the Colima's survi- a short but effective speech, indorsing Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana attend the district conventions next Sat- vors have reached San Francisco. Of all Cleveland and Carlisle and opposing the Louisville Nashviuc R. R. Virsailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. urday and see that good men are chosen the woman and children on board the free coinage of silver. as delegates to the county convention, steamer not one was saved. Col. T. P. Hill also responded to calls Is the line for you, as in which meets here the following Monday. Lee Harris and Abo Mitchell, col- and delivered a most telling effort for This county is for sound money. Let us ored murderers.highwaymen and thieves sound money. His speech was in the Make close connections at see that men are sent to the State con were hanged in tho jail yard at Birm happiest vein and did a world of good. vention, who are able to maintain and ingham before 2,000 people. W. H. Johnson, a freo silverlte, also LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI defend our principles. Mrs. Joshua Berry, of Koko-m- spoke. The crowd soon tired of his 'While For all points. Ind , was working in her garden a ramblings and tried to howl him down, THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. The president advanced Attorney Gen-orBAGGAGE CHECKED THROUOH Olney to the portfolio of the Secre- spark from her pipe Bet fire to her cloth- but he stoodi his ground with a valor for any information (.'quire of ing and she was burned to death. worthy of a better cause and kept on JOES. HICK. Agent, tary of the State and appointed Judge Stanford, Ky Wiiliam B. Isaacs, grand secretary talking, though nobody could hear what Judson Harman, of Cincinnati, to be athe said. torney general. The latter was a repub- of the Grand Encampment, Knights Col. R. J. Breckinridge being loudly NATIONAL BANK lican till 1S72, since which time he has Templar, of the United States, died at called for expressed a leaning to free Luster, Serge and Flannel Coats and Vests. Light wcicht Clav voted with the democrats and been re- Richmond, Va., Sunday, in his 79th year. OF STANFORD. KY silver, but did not want it to be used to peatedly elected to judgsbips in the city. That fiery little Virginian, Worsted Suits in four colors, cut in sacks and regents. The latest the party, which he counseled John S. Wise, has been at it divideearnestly to got together and roll Capital Stock cuts and guaranteed to fit and to give as good satisfaction as any most Taouon they do most of the voting, again. He called a New York lawyer a up the old time majority that used to Surplus goods made to order; We must close these suits in June, so if you not a single negro waa put upon the liar and a blackguard in court the other distinguish Lincoln countv. desire something good at a low price, call on us. Wc arc the cloth-jcr- s State ticket, nor even the name of one day. Attention of the public if invited to tho fac that this is the only National Hank in Stanford Debs, the railway union president, of all this section. You can see our suits in every direction and suggested. The political slavery of the MATRIMOHIALMtfTTERS. nder the provisions of the National Hank are secured not only by the capita they fit and arc just the thing colored race is as complete as was their will transfer his oilice and his steno you want. Don't fail to call and see A woman of 72 was divorced from stock, but by the stockholders liability tor as physical slavery. The bosses have only grapher to jail when he goes to serve his depositors o' amount equal to the stock, ao Louisville this Institution are secured by athat of $,00,000 them. This month will be our great husband at fund to crack their whips and the coons march sentence, and continue to issue his pa her Five sworn statements of thecondition of the bans Saturday? are made oach yearto the United States govern per. up and vote as thev dictate. Capt. Viril Hewitt, deputy Statu mem and itsa.sets arc examined at stated titnas After a turbulent Bession, the repub-ca- n by government agents, thus securing addititoas auditor was married at Frankfort to and perfect safety to depositors. While the Kentucky republicans were delegates in the Third railroad comThis institution, originally established as th. adopting a resolution opposing the free missioner's district, failed to nominate Miss Judith Drane. Deposit Hank of Stanford in i88. then WyWallace Tanner and Mies Sallio Gill, lied as the National Hank ol Stanford in iS6j anc and unlimited coinage of silver, the and will renew the fight at Richmond, the First National Uaok ol oming members of the same party were July 10 both 20 years of age, wero married at again For Ladies and we ask every lady to come and examine our stock be. Sunlord in 1SS1, has had practically an existence of 31 years. Ills better supplied Mr. Jack Terry's Saturday. putting themselves on record for it at a fore buying. Some Shoes have advanced 25 per cent, but wc were now with facilities for transacting business prompt It is reported that Gov. Campbell W. S. Pryor, Jr., son of Judge Pryor, ly and liberally than ever before in its long anc ratio of 10 to 1. The rads are almost as has been offered $20,000 to head the tick, honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fidu sharp enough to buy in advance and will still give you the advanta" e much divided on the silver business as et in Ohio, the offer being made by the of the Court of Appeals, and Miss Ariad- ctancs, firms and Individuals respectfully aolic of the old prices. Wc arc leaders in prices and styies, so don't fail to wero married at Richmond ted. Directory ol this Hank composed ol the fool democrats. quartot of millionaires who are pulling ne Gaines The is us. last week. Forcstu Heid, Lincoln county; Tue courts having decided that the re- for the Senate. The Messenger Buys Rev. Fred D. S. T. Harris Lincoln j June is the month of marriages and publicans have no right to use the eagle J. 11. Colliei, Lincoln; bo married this year they are more numerous than Hale, of Owensboro, will J. W. Hayden, Stanford; as a ballot device, because it is a Nation, S. 11. BaughtnanJ Lincoln; ever. The nowspapers teem with ac- next month to Mrs. Minnie Edmonds, a al emblem, the convention last week rich young widow of that city, in time to J. S. Hocker, Stanford ; log counts of weddings from the highest to take a bridal tour to Europe in August. agreed reluctantly to adopt an old W. A. Trlbble, Stafford; lowest estate. M. D. Elmore, Stanford; cabin in its stead. A coon would have the ft Mr. Hale has been a widower only eight A jury at Alya, O. T summoned to T. P. Hill, Stanford; been much more appropriate anu exmonths. K. L. Tanner,;McKlnner; try a for drunkenness and pressive. M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon.Ky disorderly conduct, acquitted the prisonF. P. tiishop bought of Joe Snow 10 . 3. Hocker, President; Loving Gaines haB tired of the slow, er, but found the judge of the court guil 653 pound heifers at 2Jc. Jao ). McRoberts, Cashier; old fogy weekly aud has entered the ty of the offense charged. Tho Queen & Creecent Route will eell AA.McKinaey, Ais t. Cashier Eprtbquake shocks in Florence ter- tickets to Latonia and return at one and Todd County Progress in the small but We welcome rified the people. d select list of Inhabitants ruahed fare from all stations in KenCo as one of us, the more especially as he into the streets and fell in prayer on tucky. The races will be held this year advocates sound money and opposes the their knees. Beyond the scare no se- from May 23d to June 26th. Ask agents asssj OF STANFORD, KY., rious damage was done. free silver craze. for particulars. W. 0. Kinearaon, G, P. linowfullyorganued.and ready for business witk All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairing Mrs. Thomas Hine, of Akron, O , A., Cincinnati, 0. Everybody who knows jovial and lov- ate fish for supper and died in a great - $200,000. done in style. Chattanooga. The Paid up Capital of Half Fahk to able Henry T. Stanton, Kentucky's agony a few hours later. Her three chil- Queen & Crescent Route will sell tickets '21000. Surplus, . brightest poet, will be delighted to know dren who also ate some are so ill that from all points on its line, June 25th to SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL terthat his illness, which threatened to that their lives are despaired of. 27th, to Chattanooga and return, at half BANK OF STANFORD, Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have an artistic minate fatally, has taken a favorable d A Indian woman haB rates, with liberal limits and conditions. Now closing up) with the same assets and undai and that there are strong hopes aroused the curiosity of the citlens of Ask ticket agents for particulars. turn inmmer wno win satisiy tne taste ol the most fastidious in his work. the same management. By provisions of its chatter, depositor! are at that he will recover. Blackford, Ky , by paying $1,500 for an fully protected as aie depositors in Nation. MR. KINLEY. EXPERIENCED FEINTER. old mill lot and setting a gang of men to Banks, its shareholders being held individual!) Itetter Than Hocks. All the free silver papers are sending work digging it up in search for gold. liaolc to the extent of the amount of their stoct Has charge of our Painting Department. Give us a trial. Helen (penbively) I'm afraid you'll therein at the par value thereol, in addition to thi out Blackburn's Owenton speech as a amount shares. act Little Lucv Bodkin fell from a tree find your idol is mado of common clay. executor,invested in such trustee, It mayfully at As it was printed by none of administrator, supplement. at Ac, as Ethel (cheerf ully) I hope so; for then an individual. at Van Wert, O., on on aBprout that had them, thero is evidently a barrel on tap to u To I can mold him into a conjugal brick. while those who entrusted their bulsinessBank ol been cut off several inches above the mnaginir the Lincoln National some where. The silver mine owners Judfje. Stanford, we we heie tender our many thanks ana ground. The penetrated through the are probably footing the bill. trust they will continue to transact their businosi Know tho .Nicest Mothoti. little ones body, killing her instantly. with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attea aame, our twenty years' experience Paterfamilias What 011 earth malccs lion to andas liberal accommodations as are cotit Tho missing S0,000 of gold bullion banking Ders, of Chicago strike fame, has sent younp man stay so long? Doesn't intent with sound banking. that out a pronunciamentu that be will not stolen from the L'arson miut, concerning he know how to say pood night? of the Unit- which there has been a government indikictous: bo a candidate for president Edyth Of courso ho doesl That's ed States next time. Will hardly. He vestigation for over two months, was what makes him stay so long. Puck. J J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; . H. Shanks, btanfortl; wont got out of jail in time to run for found Tuesday at Carson buried in a An Honest Attempt. woodshed. J. S.,Owsley, Stanford; anything. She (frigidly) My father saw you go S J. Embry, Stanford; Shaking of the building caused a into a pawnbroker's 6hop. J. B. Owsley, Stanford; The LouiBville Critic pays the republi- panic at the closing exercises bf Spencer Ho Well, you told mo I would have J. F. Cash, Stanford; governor, Col. W. O. Institute at Taylorsville. Men, women to redcom my past, didn't you? Truth. can nominee for William Gooch,. Stanford; Bradley, merited praise, which will be and children made a mad rush for Bafety A. W. Carpenter, MilledgevilU, Call and Sec Them. itrleht Itoy. W. H. Cumnnus, Preachers t lie endorsed by democrats everywhere, who and several tried to jump from the win'' Dick Do you understand girls? S. H.bbanks, President. dows. Order was restored before the know the genial gentleman from Iteggie Well, 1 know enough to kiss Or. J. B. Owsley, Cashier, scramble resulted fatally. them when they say I mustn't. Puck. W.M. Bright, Tel c mi-Wee- Interior Joml - A TERRIBLE SMASH-U- P ! I o 10-mil- p m First Grand Hop The Louisville Store. Friday Evening, Juuc F. I2jc Our New Wash Fabrics To Contractors. ted Carpets And Mattings. I2, ed North-we- st r. LOUISVILLE : STORE, NORTH WEST, STANFORD. ErZ, , Double Dally Trains o, al Hot Weather Sale. FIRST 5200,000 21,300 IX at Sale of Wash Fabries HUGHES & TATE, STANFORD, KENTUCKY, unintci-rupt- ed sq fellow-citize- n St. Asaph Carriage & first-clas- s Co., semi-weeklie- s, one-thir- Farmers Bank&Trast MERSHON GREER, Proprietors. Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing of all Kinds. E. E. EN half-bree- SUMMER CLOTHING LIGHT AND DARK COLORS. Flannel, Worsted, Luster. Gar-rar- H. : J. : M'ROBERTS. &M1-WEEKL- Y INTERIORJOURNAL Stanford. Ky., - J pnc 11, 1895 E. G Walton, Business Manager PERSONAL POINTS. Mn. W. J. Yacikk, of Louisville, wns hero again Sundny. Miss Kosa IIori'Rii, ol Huatuuvillc, friends hero last week. Ms Maoqib Gabtinrau, of Boyle, has been visiting Mrs. Joo K. Waters. Miss Octavja Sizkmohk has returned from a lengthy visit to Clinton, Tonn. , Mil. T. S. Winn, J a , of Knoxville, has oined liis wifu nnd boy at Judgo 8uf- ley's. Mil. and Mhs. J. 0. Wwt, of Garrard, have been guests of Dr. and Mrs. T. M. vis-ito- d Mr. J. L. Bruce, of Boyle was here yesterday. Mr. W. Q. K.MXH80N, of Lexington, is here on his rounds. Mibs Suk Bauoiiman went up to yesterday to visit Miss Ella Tinsley. Misses Katie, Dollib and Mattib Alcorn have returned from tho Western College at Oxford, 0. Mr. Job Severance went over to Lex ington yesterday to see his son, Joe, graduate in tho Biblo Collego. Mrs. Paulina Hick lb, Miss Bessie Hicklo and William Hickle, of Knoxville, aro guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Spoona- more. .Mb. John 0. Gahii, of Now York, has been tho guest Mrs. Betsy Novius and other relatives here. Mies Alice Holmes played the accom' panlmetits for Miss Cowon's boIob and kindly delayed her visit two days to do Bar-bourvi- lle ' S. F. Collkoe. The 24th annual sesAnother part not down on tbo bills sion of Stanford Female College came to was a speech by Col. T. P. Hill, who a pleasant closu at 11 o'clock Friday ev- took tho occasion to express in bis most ening. Tho weather both for tho con- eloquent terms, tho thanks of tho comcert and tho flnal exercises could not munity to Prof. Hubbard and wife for - lit" For - JECXIiTCSTry 9 - Adelx Sauklky and Belle Deri- ny are in Richmond, the guests of friends. Mhs. Nannie Mxnsuos, of Richmond, has been has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. 0, Mershon. Jonxs Dauoiimah, of Hustonvillo spent several days with his cousin, Har ry Baughman. Misses Lin Litiioow and Laura Beat- ty, two handsome Louisville ladies, are guests of Mina Janlo Feland. Ma sticks I. N. Vacoiian, Jr., and Richie Wnlton Vaughan, of Richmond, Va., are with their uncles oftho Inter- - Lewis. Mibhks . Hi ntt, Miss Manulo Noel and Mr. Marshall Noel, all of Garrard, have been guests at Rev. R. R. Noel's. Arthur P. Huuntnn, cadet lieutenant and adjutant, is hero from the Davis Military School at Winston, X. C, to spend the vacation. Mhs. Ldrrix Holmes and Miss Alice Holmes are attending the meeting of the h woman's missionary society of the at Mt. Sterling. Mrs. Jambs M. McKlwai.v, after several weeks visit to her daughter, Mrs. J. S. Owsley, Jr., returned to her home in Franklin, Saturday, Mr. T. G. Adams, of Richmond, was down again Sunday to see his pretty Bwcetheart, who in addition to her beauty, is a charming vocalist. Mhs. J. K. Faiihis and Morris, Mrs. G. 0. Keller and children, returned from Washington Friday. Mrs. Keller and Josephine have been very sick. Mk. J. W. Basti.x and little daughter, Katie, of Pittsburg, spent several days with with Mr. Dastin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bastin, near Highland. Mhs. Anna Kino, of Fredericksburg, Va., is visiting her brother, Mr. Bedell Chancellor. Mica Reed Farley, of Danville, is also the guest of the family. Melh-churc- ' ior Journal. Mhs. Jamis Layton, Mrs. Mangle Miasxs have returned from college at B'isto), Tcnn.,and Miss Gertrude Noel from tchool at Danville, and are with their Rev. R. R Noel. Mica Mamir Lynn attended the commencement exercises of Kentucky Wmleyan College at Winchester. Her brother John, who was a student at that institution, returned with her. Mr. F. J. Cami'iikll, of Rock Oitstle Springs, stopped oil here with his partner, Mr. J. S. Hughes, en routo to Louisville. He is expecting a great season at his springs, whioh will open in a few Mary and Maroahkt Xobl dais. Col. W. 0. BiuriLBY, with pardonable pride written on his manly brow, yet as modest nan maiden in meditation fancy free, was hern Saturday en routo to his home, after his triumphal experience in lonisvillo. Ma. Kdwaiid 0. Lkkiii, assistant secretary ol State, was iim from Frankfort Sunday on a visit to his friend, Hon. J. Mr. Leigh is hardly as N.Saunders. largo an a threo cent loaf of bread, but men mado of the good material that he is couldn't bo laree. Mr. R. G. Williams, of tho Law School of Centre College, has been selected by tho faculty to represent tho institution in the Chautauqua Oratorical Contest, to be held at Lexington in July. This is a merited honor, and al) tho more to be appreciated because It was Dick will be a ontirely unsolicited. winner or very near it. Advocate. Oun young friends, R. G. Williams, of Mt. Vernon, and Ulio J. Howard, of Ghent, are among tho graduates of the Centre College Law School and bore the honors of the class, the former as valedictorian and tho latter as salutatorian. The Interior Journal predicts that both thoso ycung men aro destined to write their names high upon tho tablots of lamo. Mies Emma L. Martin, who has filled with satisfaction to all concorned tho diflicult position of presiding teacher at the College during tho session jiiBt closed, loft Saturday morning for her homo in Gallatin, Tenn. Miss Martin is an excellent teacher and n conscientious, Ohris-tio- n lady and the friends she mado hero will over feel a deep interest in her. Missus Mary Cqwkn and Margaret Hughes, music and elocution and art In tho Stanford Fomalo College, havo gone to their homes, tho former nt Ijatavla, 0,, and the tatter at Marion in tho Bamo State. Both have proved mistresses of the departments over which they presided and both have endeared themselves to tho patrons and peoplo of the community, among whom they have made many warm friends, who wish the.n a plenBant and profltablo vathom-Belves cation. Prof. Hubbard express ed his thanks and gave a resume of his seven years work hero, which has been highly creditable, both to his mind and pocket book. Ho said Mrs. Hubbard would go to her home in Memphis for a long rest, and that ho might also rest af ter 30 years continuous teaching, though ho bad several lucrative positions offered Oeiten him. lie ttien presented the diplomas, i. The Coming of Spring Linda Miller, Roberta Caih, Marj Cook. Mr. Logan asked the benediction and tho Vulon ol Sir Launtal"........ 21th 2. Kecitatlon-,,T- he annual session of Stanford Female Mary Caih. Collego was a thing of the past and a ...Cherubinl j. Savior of Slnneri pleasant memory. Mattle Hopper, JoiefTey The community owes Prof. Hubbard 4. Tho Mill tlatlie Fowler. and his accomplished wife a debt of j. Kocitatlon "The Kucgles Dinner I'arty' so. for their eflorts in maintaining the Itoberta Ilrlght. Mn. T. C. Jaijeh, of Piano, Texas, is 6. I'm Ashamed to look my Dolly In the Face.... high standard of the College and for Knauer their earnest efforts. In its behalf. They visiting his old friends in this section. f , Virginia Warren. He looks as if the Lono Star Stato Is will leave us with tho good wishes of HcUt I'htntomes- 7. March d agreeing with him. everybody for their success and happiAnna I'once. Hattie Fowler, Mary Pence, ness. Mrs. James T. Suorrr and pretty Ilttlo Dollie Vanoy. daughter, Margaret, of Louisville, are School Drl- f a. March and Chorui-"T-- he Necklaces and shirt waist sets at Bordman gade"' visiting Miss Mary McKinney, at "Castle 8. (, b. Leap Frog John llordman Danks. Cobb." Mr. Short spent Sunday with 9. Ilecltalloa" Jane's Conquest'..... There will be a big picnic at Albright's Mary Kirkpatrick. them. Qooch Grove, Brodbead, July 4. 10. Reuben and Kachet Mrs. Will R. Manibr, with Will, Srh Haughman, Nintile Nenland. Owsley and Mary Linda, arrived from ....orleg It. Norwegian Wedding March Like good Samaritans, Higgins A Mc Nashville Saturday to spend a few weeks Dollie Vanoy. Kinney had a tank of ice water out yesCowcn with the family of her father, Hon. j. It was a Dream terday for thirsty to quaff without price. Clara Merihon. John Sam Owsley, Sr. -- ..Schubert 13. Lei Darnel de 8erille.. Thirty-Seve- n persons, 20 ladies and 17 Mr. and Mrs.JoeCfpfxy, Roband Joo Josephine Held, Pattie Alcorn. Lynn, of Livingston, came down yester- 14. Recitation "The Marriage ol the Flowers"... gentlemen wero examined for teachers Lltzie Jonci. by the hoard. Tho result will not be day to visit friends. Mrs. Co Hey brought Kotlling ot the Witchet 15. The announced till next Monday. the editor a beautiful bouquet of mounJanle Wearen, Dollie Vanoy, Jowphine Rcid, tain flowers, for which ho is grateful, Haiti Fowler. The weather is getting pretty hot Each performer did credit to herself again and the dust is stifling. Showers and her painstaking, careful and compe- are pomised, however, for CITY AND ViniNITY. tent teacher, Miss Marv Cowen, and with the temporature slightly cooler. Try Danks' imltatlpn cut glass. showed how diligently she had been p Tub two men accused of Bhooting litGrain pepper 10c a pound. W. II. drilled. The vocal efTortH of MiBsts Mat-tiHopper and Clara Mershon were of a tle Joo Tilford on Copper Creek, while Wearen fc Co. very superior nature. Both young ladies he was gigging, Andereon Parker and Keep cool by buying your underwear havo good voices and Bhow the cultiva- son, were held in J 1.000 bail to answer of Severance ifc Son. tion they havo received. A special fea- for the cowardly offense. ture of the program was tho march and Manicure articles and novelties in Mirdkr. Daniel Warner, a former songs by tho smaller girls of the school. silver at Dunks', the leading Jeweler. farmer, shot and killed Patthrough the many maneuvres Thev went rick Higgins, a contractor, near Harroda-burg- , Anchor Stoves and Anchor Steel without a mistake and sang and acted and then killed himself. The men Ranges, the best in tho world at Farria with wonderful perfection. The most had never quarreled, and the only exte Hardin's. amusing as well as the cutest thing was . . cuse for the crime, aside from Warner's Gait. Richards invites the public to by Little Misses Sarah Baughman and probable mental weakness, is the fact the first grand hop of tho reason Friday Nannie Newland. The former was dress, that an unpleasantness existed between ed as an elderly man and the latter as night, 21st. wives. an old maid and they Bang and acted their The ladies of the Christian church Rachel and Reuben in such a captivating At the sale of the effects of Curtis cleared 130 on their supper at tho St. As- manner that they were forced to repeat, Watts yesterday the place formerly ocaph Friday night. so loud and long was the encore. The cupied by Richard Watts was bought by . . young ladies who recited did well and A. M. Pence for 11,300 and the house Wx are overstocked on Buddies. Come capable teacher, Miss Margaret and lot now occupied by A. A. Warin and get them cheaper than ever be- their Higgins for Julia Hughes, had reason to be proud of them. ren by Miss fore. M. S. A J. W. Baughman. , Tho entertainment closed with a solo by $1,000. Six shares of stock in the Remrmiieh some shoes havo advanced Mies Cowen, who gracefully responded Louisville Banking Co. sold at $155.25, 5 ot many verbal and wtitten requests, and in tho Louisville Trust Co at $150.25 and 2o per cent, but we were on timo in buyas usual she charmed her hearers. Her 5 in the Louisvillo Insurance Co. at $30, ing and can give you tho old prices. selection was "Dream of Lovo" and nev- W. A. Tribblo being the purchaser. Hughes A Tate. er was it sung more sweetly. Her voice The North Western Life Insurance Co. was under perfect control and the ease The Stanford Academy closed Friday will lend money on real estate in this with which sho reached the higher notes morning and P,rof. F. J, Dully left next county, in sums of $1,000 and over on was a marvel of beauty and melody. The day to spend the vacation with his relaapplication to John II. Kirby, agent, program was concluded by 10:15 before tives at Waldo, Kas. In speaking of his pupils, he said that while they generally Stanford. oven tho most impatient could complain had done well, William Hopper, George Phantom Party. Miss Logan and of weariness. Saufley, Miko Owsley, Henry and Alfred The interest in commencements seems Higgins, Kendrick Alcorn, Sam WalMiss Mary Logan have issued invitations to a "Phantom Party" to bo given at neverjto wano. Peoplo came for miles ton .Severance and James Reid had beatheir country home, this, Tuesday, even- around to witness tho exercises and ten the record. "They are as fine stuing, at 7:30, in honor of their pretty many stood for threo or four hours to dents as I ever expect to seo and they get a glimpso of the passing show. More have made phenomenal progress. They guest, Miss Chappell, of Kansas City. than 700 were packed in Walton's Opera have averaged 95 to 100 In examinations, The colored Baptist church has hung a Houao Friday evening and a largo num- and what they have learned, they have new bell in its steeple, which weighs 700 ber had to return homo without even learned thoroughly." The boys ought to pounds and iias a deep, rich tone. It getting inside the buildintr. The scene be proud of such praise as that and strive has also treated itself to pulpit chairs. was a brilliant ono and the graduates had harder next session to still deserve it. Rev. G. W, Boiling Is deserving of jrreat everything to inspire them. The exerRoller Mills Fihe. Shortly after 3 credit for the way he has built this cises began promptly at 8 with a prayer by Rev. S. M. Logan and then tho fol- o'clock Sunday morning Mr. Ivftn Fish, church up. assistant depot agent, who was up to atlowing program was rendered: "Cyclone Hall" over Isaac Hamil- Choru-"(- )h, train, discovered Haadel tend the Lovely I'eacc" smoko issuing from tho Roller Mills of ton's store at Rowland was sold by Sher-Iff- Ettay "IncontUea to Literary Effort'' Mm Florence llibb. I). Newland yesterday for $110 to J. J. II. Baughman k Co., and rushing to du KontiVi Le Revcll du Lion e, rang the alarm bell. In the T. Kmbry and S. W. Menofee to satisfy a Mi.ics Janle Wearen and Cowen. a few seconds the wholo town was awakjudgment of nbout fSOO against Higgins Eaiay "Some Children that I have Known" Misi Mary Cooper Feland. ened and the firo company was scurryand others, engineers, in favor of Mr. Mcndeksohn ing to the 6Cone. Owing to the fact I Would that my Love Hamilton. that Misses Linda Tucker and Clara Merihon. they had not been called to duty for ... Gwendolen liarleth The citizens of Lancaster turned out Ettay A Criticism MatUe more than a year and that the hour was Hopper, Mlu en tnasRo Saturday, without regard to Concert Polonaise Ilohm so early the boys could not respond with party atllliations, to welcome Col. W. 0. Mill Janle Wearen. their usual alacrity, but they got there Bradley home. Capt. Wm. Herndon Essay lithe Fruit of Yesterday and the remarkably soon, considering everySeed of and W. I. Williams, a young democrat, thing, ,When wo arrived tho whole builMiss Myrtle Hughes. extended tho welcomennd Col. Bradley's Root ding Boomed allame, with a thousand The Crimson Glow Bpeech showed how deeply the demonMlMes Mattle Hopper and CUra Mershon. chances to one against its being saved, stration touched his heart. The Stanford Essay "Learn what is True In order to do what but booh four heavy streams of water is Right" Gold Baud was on hand to enliven the were playing in ns many windows and Miss Minnie Munday. occasion with music, which it discoursed II Arditi In less than ten minutes the flames wero IUclo most creditably. Miss Mary Cowen. checked and tho damage minimized. . Essay "Plain Llylng and High Thinking"-..- . There are differences as to how the Ore Money Order. Postmaster Rout New Miss Lilly Peyton. Rerg caught, hut it seems to havo originated showed us a fac similo of tho money or- Wollenhaupt'a Grand March der shortly to bo adopted. It ia not over Misses Janle Wearen, Dollio Vanoy, Josephine in tho engine room over the boiler. A Keid, Pattie Alcorn. large quantity of flour was ruined by a third aa largo as the present. The ad Essay A Portraiture ol Character Martin Luwater, the machinery was greatly damvice will bo placed on the ond in ordor ther.. aged and tho engine dismantled and alMiss A,delo Saufley. that it may be torn away easily, tho Panofka most ruined. It is hard to estimate the the IHue Wave will be endorsed on tbo back; it will Chcrui-With sweetly modulated voices, each I039, hut the Messrs. Baughman think it not bo signed by the postmaster, but will be sent to tho auditor. Instead of the young lady read her eoaay in such a man- is very large. They hayo InBuranco seal the monogram U. S. will bo used, ner that it could be heard distinctly all on tho building, stock and machinand tho figures will be placed on the over tho house. Tho Btibject matter of ery of $15,000 in tho four good Associahack to correspond to thoso on the face tho papers was tine and each reader was tions. The work of tho fire company can rowarded with rounds of applause and not bo too highly commended. It fought 8nor in fan: Leo. Josh Dye, a neph- showers of iloral and other ollerings, till against great odds by and almost supern pension ngont of the stape was a veritable bank of llowera human ellorts prevented a most disasew of the tho samo name, was shot in tho right leg and fruits; contrasting beautifully with trous conflagration. by Aaberry Elliott at tbo latter's house tho pure whiteness of the costumes of As soon as the insuranco is adjusted Mr. J. II. Baughman tolls us that they in tho knobs Friday night. Dye's wife the sweet girl graduates. to whom it is said he has never been Tho musical numbers added much to will go at once to get things in shape to married, went to Elliott's house and tho enjoyment of tho program, particu- run again. Ho has many pressing orders thinking that somethlng'was wrong he, larly the solo of Mioa Cowen. She eang and to meet thorn has engaged Dudder-ar'Mill to griud for him night and day. Dyo, went after her. She refused to learo as only she can sing "II Bacio" and as and Dyo began tocuree and threaten El- she took tho audionce through the in- His customers may rest assured that he liott, who ordered him oil' of bis premis- spiration of this kiss waltz, it fairly went will be ready to serve them at the first es. He continued his abuad and attempt- wild with delight and forced her to ap- possiblo moment. Ho will also continuo ed to gain entrance to the house, when pear again, when elio gave "My Old Ken- to buy wheat and corn and pay hightucky Home" iu Bweetest melody. By Elliott shot him. Elliott came in and request Miss Clara Mershon repeated the est market price. Ho expacts to bo gave himself up, but was released on his solo of the evening before, when she ready to resunio ruuuiug at least by July own bond till his trial this morning, again won golden opinions. j;rat-itud- o M have been improved upon had it been made to order. It was doliclously cool and invigorating and the queen of night riding high in the heavens, lighted tho happy people to their homes and gave the lovers an excuse for lingering long in its lovo inspiring refulgence. The concert Thursday evening was very largely attended'and the program bolng well arranged and not too long was much onjoyed. It was as follows: the estimable good they have done here good which will be felt long after their Uvea are spent. XMiivas DANKS, THE JEWELER. v j. ' "" . y. ifA" . v vbit. ''J'iHSSnS : ."v wOSMSnSaa SS" , , - ... m r 1 Kt GOLDMAN, THURNAUER & CO., Manufacturers of CLOTHING, Old Nos. 152, 154 and 156, W. 3d St., New e " 124, 125 and 12S " " Cincinnati, O., June " '' 7, 1895.!. .. well-to-d- o Messrs. J. L. Frohman & Co., Danville, Ky.', Gentlemen: On arrival home this evening from your place I laid before the folks your offer on 450 suits m of clothes and 150 pairs of pants, and after due consideration and in, order to further your interests, they concluded to accept offer, and therefore wired you as follows: "We accept your offer on 450 suits and 150 pants and will ship to morrow." Goldman, Thurmanuer & Co: We wish to say that this is the cheapest lot of goods that have gone out of our house in many a day and trust you will give the trade the benefit of your great bargains, which is bound ultimately to result to good advantage to your firm, for the reason that you will sell your customers goods at retail for less money than your competitors and merchants in the surrounding towns about you pay for them and then have to sell them at a profit. We wish you much success. Yours Truly, Goldman, Thurnauer & Co. This speaks for itself. Now is the chance to buy your clothe muchj cheaper and get better value than ever sold in this section of the country. Call early to get the good things. Satisfaction guaran north-boun- T. teed or money refunded. court-hous- THE GLOBE STRICTLY ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE, J. L. FROHMAN & CO., Danville, Ky. "To-da- y M or,-d- On well-know- Wagon Material, Rims, Spokes, Tires, Bolts, Horse Shoes, Rasps, Nails, Hammers, &c, &c, s AT MMBTrjOElB' FMICOE!0 First Week in June. W. H. WEAREN & CO. -- .A ;- - twt 'y ,y ' v?tt 'l w; jfi-m- r' -'- -- IT' V OT-Wh- IIo Haft Not forgotten Her. I can I wilt take all the TTfT'nQ forcaihorln trade hide leatherget "Bcforo passing upon you tho tor on rllLJLO. court days at Stanford or at my home in Otten- penalty of tho law," said tho helm. Chas. Ennslin. judgo to tho miscrablo who" Pnbllahod Evory Tuosdajr and Friday stood In tho dock, "I wish wretchif you to boo do sewing. Plain AT dMXfTWP Wanted, topreferred. Mrs. have a OCj W 1 Garments $2 IB3R YKAUIN" ADVANCH hardenedspark of feeling' left in your J. CRAIG,IN U.Danville tol gate, Stanford, K C nfar j. breast Do vou renioniher Semi-Week- ly Interior JooRNBf ex-trc- J. B. HIGGINS, .Dealerin., Croon Brisir Springe SALE. KOR DB, W. B. FENN1T. All Kinds of Coal, Kv. not so paid 33.60 will be charRd.- K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Trains leave SUnfonl at 7:15 a m. anil 3 p. m. arriving at 4:30 p. m. and 9:05 p. m. L.&N. No, No. S. No.i3, ao. LOCAL TIME CARD. your mother?" "I should say I did, your honor," replied tho prisoner, a shado of creeping over his face. "I onco slept in a nightshirt that she mado me." Truth. 1.1k oil Stanford, Persons desirlrir a place of this Wind will find It to their advantage to call on or address, MRS. MARY K. SLAUGHTER, Crab Orchard, Ky. 14 Dentist, : Stanford, t Ky. Opposite the R. M Poat-Otfic- co NEW ARRIVALS THE BASTJLN HOUSE, Crab Orchard, Ky. Meet all Tralm.nljjht and day. Patrons taken to any part ol towu Flee of Charge, Good Office on Main Street, e W. S. Uurch, Alty. at Law. Deputy Sheriff, NeUnd, No. es, Train going North " . " " South . 11 37 3 13 a m .11 04 p ra 1 pm !5pra QUEEN & CRESCENT. Train pan Junction City ai follow 1: No. 1 South it. 48 a m No 1 North ...3 to " Note. No 5 and 6 and 9 and 10 run no ther than Junction City, nor on Sunday. " ' "3i 9 " " u. 15 am " 1.35 am " 840pm ' 4 " 6 " ,,.1.35 ...3.13 ...6.00 (pm ra am am fur- p "Say," said tho deputy, "I put IN'o. 711 on the treadmill eight hours ngo as a punishment, and I'll bo dinged. if ho ain't goin' on jist as chipper and happy as can be." "Why, of course," said tho prison warden in tones of disgust. "Didn't you know that the feller was sent hero for bicyclo stealing?" Indianapolis Organdies, Dimities, Journal. Maddening; Strife. This maddening strife ' Makes many arms achoi Tho duller tho knlfo The tougher tho steak. -- Hotel Mali. NO UOOM TO HUIIINK. It. Buroh. & ITowlAnd, Conoral Colloctors, Stanford, Lincoln Co., Kentucky We offer our icrvlcts to the public to do a gen eral Collecting llusinest. Accounts, notes, etc collected In ail parts ot the county. 11 Cm Wash Goods. Jaconet Duchcssc, Lawns, Piques, Swisses, Irish Lawns, Jay. Livery Attached. n-o- m Fare rf Hotel Ji.oo per A. 11 11AST1N, Prop. NOTICE I store-hous- Ducks, Having decided to move to my storehouse in e in Staulord, Ky-- . I have a desirable the builneu portion of Rowland which I will sell or rent at a reasonable price. For Information apT. C. HALL. ply to, Dehorn "Zour I will go to any place Cttl. ROYAl All At Redueed Priees. GENTLEMEN, We can save you money on Summer Underwear. Sec our 25c dershirts, our 45c Undershirts, our suits fine Balbriggan Underwear at $ per suit. 1 Un- where there are six or more cattle to ehorn. I do the work with the Llglitnlng Dehoruer. Can dehorn any cow In three seconds. Tho knife makes a clean, smooth I desire to call your atteutloa to the fact that I cut. dots not crush nor bivak the horn, as the am ready to stive you In I)rts Making in any clipper does, It is the only humane way to deand all stales. 1 take the btit fashion Journals horn Does not punish the animal like the saw, and ketd posted on what ladles should wear. au J the wound gets well as quick again as that Prices reasonable. Come in and give me a trial. made by the saw For furtner Icformatlon, call on G. A. PKYTOS, Stanford, Ky. I employ none but first class help. See the Lightning Pruning Hook.. At preient I can be found at Miss Carrie Por lot. Stri-et- . ter's residence on Lancaster Respectfully, MISS MARY D.SMITH, Stanford, Ky. 77 6m TO THE LAS3IS, NaihUe. Tenn,, College for Toun ,. Ladies. I am oow ready to deliver Ice irom the .Stanford IOE I Water, fght and ice Company's Factory Did you ever wear Scrivens' Patent Seam Drawers ? Try them. POWDER Absolutely Pure.l of tarter baking powHighest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States Government Food Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDER 00., At 40 Cents Per Hundred Pounds Rov.'.Gco. W. F. Price, D. D., Pres., And over andc a pound for 10 pounds and up to too. Itest on earth. Hills due. 1st of ;ch monih Mrs. S. 0. Trueheart, FormerK. 1IRLMER, Stanford. ly of Stanford, Ky., Lady Principal. m . SEVERANCE & SON. Vi 7i TO THE LADIES ! der. A cream 100 Wall Street, New York. POSTED. Htid Tbo following farmers have posted their lands hunters and trappers will please take notice. JQHNTURNBULL. A. G. shrink at nothing. Jingo Well, there Isn't room for him to slirink much more. Texas Siftlngs. Too Had I Brings Do you seo that littlo dried-u- p man going along there? Jingo Yes; what of him? Uriggs IIo looks harmless enough; but he'a a bold, bad man. IIo would lo WE,&Mffi3Na -- Call Three Uulldinics, room for oo boarders Faculty My Millinery Slock is fall and ompUte of 40 Officers. Teachers and Lectuicrs. l'attoiisce and ciaminc and you will be sure to buy a ne Privileges in Vanderbilt Uni- Spring Hat. from entire South Art Nwlie. Gymversity Muiic Constrvstory MISS LICCIK IlKAZLKY, nasium. Fine Pasnger Elevators. Term begins Stanford, Ky for Catalogue, !pl, a, 1B95. Send si-j- Dealer In w. s. btjbiCh:, Attornoy at Law, THE LADIES : John B. Csstleman. r r ROYAL Insurance OF LIVERPOOL. Company Mrs. Prim I think it is too terrible Lanbaa for anything, tho way these preachers go in for sensations. Old Prim Well, what now? Mrs. Prim Here's one who actually preaches on tho subject of tho bicycle. Old Trim Are you sure? Mrs. Prim Well, it sounds like it. Uo calls it a sermon on tho mount. N. Y. World. Two Views. Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, STANFORD, Ere. VV. Stanford, - - Kentucky. CORDIALLY INVITED OUce on Lancaster Street, opposite the Court House. Collections receive especial attention 83 L. WITHERS, Salesman. THE ulue-oras- A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, To call and examine my Spring Millinery, which 1 pride t am opening up myielf that it is wtlt. selected sna that It is bound to please. Having bought tor cash and being determined to sell for cash, I can sell atthc lowrst possible prices. An elimination will convince you. 6 MRS A. A. McKINNKY. w a JQNBS. , T I tiKS, MOR. s herd ok Stanford, Ky. Office over McRoberts' JONES 3BOS., Sole prcpiictors Dean's IllacV Diamond Roo Paint. Kslimaies furmsntd for painting Wood, Metal and lion Roofs. Satisfaction Guaranteed. All tools painted with Dean's Ulack Diamond Paint guaranteed for years Dealers In b.it cis crn Pumps and Galvanised Iron rillers. 67.1m Duroc Jersey Red Swine R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, Drug Store in the Owsley Building. J. : T. : SUTTON, UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. First Workingman Look at BAKBEE &CASTLEMAJ!) quality. Mr. Million, who livestho inenot ten squares from this corner, has a dog- MANAGERS, houso which cost W.OOO. What do you Commerce Building, Louisvillo think of that? oeconu oncingraan 1 tmnic Its a Agents throughout the South. good thing ho wanted It, for I built it v7. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agent, for him, and mado $1,000 out of it. N. STANFORD, KY. Y. Weekly. Sarcnarn. :JT3 Stock. Crab. Orchard, - - Kentucky. Pigs for sale from the best types ot Register, r I.ia-1- 1 Offers Breeders secured from tne best herds in several different States, Correspondence Solicited coin and his services o the J erple ol West Y 11 stock of ColSns Catcy Counties, always on hand. and Caskets D. 8. Carpenter, Manager. 91 READ THIS & SAVE MONEY. I will furnish any of the following machines at prices named below and give the Interior Journal one year free with each order. The New Home, style two, S23. The New Home, style three, 25. The New Home, style five, 528. All made by the New Home Sewine Machine Co. are warranted for five years. I have the following Pianos and Organs, which I will sell at prices proportionately low as the above Sewing Machines arc offered: J JAMES It. YEAOER. OtO. 11.COOPK1U A. C. Sine, Succcsscr to JSy. Midland R'y, Only Direct Lite Between 'Cincinnati and Frankfort ' Shortest.and quickest between Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris; Ait Amendment. Carlisle, Maysvillo, Gynthlana, PIA1TOS: Gasbag Well, you seo I am nomiand Covington. Falmouth Hazelton, Bush Kentucky Midland. Trains nated. Don't you remember I said be- Chickcring, Ask for tickets via run by Central Standard Time. TimeTabU June a, 1895. 4 "This hasn't a sign of a clam in it," said the guest who Irad ordered clam chowder. "It's a swindle; that's what it is." "Excuse mo, sir," responded tho waiter, who is too good for that busi ness, out wo only undertake to servo a chowder; not an aquarium." Life. Yeager & Cooper, ..Proprietors of...... Livery nnd Feed Stable, STANFORD, KY. Having bought of P W. Green hla Liverr business and added new buggies aad horses, we are prepared to furnish I FIRST-CLAS- S s XfoB " a TKAlNs fcAbT. I.VO Franklort A 7 00 " Elkborn ...711 " Stamping Uround 728 " Georgetowu.IS... 7 47 Arr. C. S. Depot 7 55 8 30 C " Paris TRAINS WEST. No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. a. m. p. in. p. m. 00 41a 430 4 47 4 59 3 35 1 1 00 ao 148 3 15 & Mason & Hamlin, fore the convention met it would bo Gerts, Colby & Co., Kingsbury, Chicago Cottage, Gasbag or nobody? Kimball, Summer, Kimball, Hinze, Prince Unsuccessful Rival Yes, I remomber; & Son. And but your prediction was a littlo off. It Special Attention to Mall Orders. Sold on Easy Payments. is Gasbag and nobody. N. Y. Tribune. Pianos and Organs Tuned and Repalrd by one of the most competent workman I Too Dull u Prospnct. ORGANS: Others. ev- TURNOUTS ceneral stock of iluildleg Mate- rial and by selling Iw ill csrrr 300 4 CO Chicago Record. Llko Father, Like Son. Deacon Denman Mr. Jones, I'm SUNDAY TRAINS. sorry to tell you that I saw your boy Leave Georgetown 10 36 a. m; arrive Frankfort fishing last Sabbath. xi 30 a. m. Frankfurt 400P m. arrive Georgetown Mr. Hurnap Confound tho rascal! I 50 p. m. thought it was strango I couldn't find The Kentucky Midland Ralwayand connections form the shortest and cheapest route to all my fishing-rod- . Judge. points South, East, North and west. For further information apply to their agents. The Coming' StruffEle. C. D. BKRCAWj Gen. Pass. Agent. "One or tho other of us," muttered GEO. U. HARPER, Kec'r & Gen.Supt tho young man who awaited his beFrankfort, Ky. loved in tho front parlor, "is going to uo turned down And ho glanced ferociously at tho flickering Pnck. AND With the Dear Girls. Mabel How lovely of you to recognize me at once when you haven't seen me for over three years! Muudo (with charming amiability) Oh, I knew you tho minute I laid eyes on your dress. Chicago Record. No. a. No. 4. No. 10 No. 8. p 111. a. m,t p. m. a. in. Lve Paris ,...C 9 43 fio 4 40 6 4s C. S. Depot io 17 6 43 Georgetown B 10 40 6 40 j 55 Stamp's Ground 10 j3 7 a3 703 " Elkhorn 7 ao tl 16 2 Si 8 is Arr Frankfort...A ti 31 7 35 " Impresario (engaging sinirer) Wo will treat vou with every considera tion, madam, and I assure you you will have no one to quarrel with. Prima Donna (with decision) Then er knew, who scrvod n.any years In factory learning his trade. All work warranted. Sewing Machines repaired and warranted, Oa short notice. The traveling public will fi Jd us always ready and willing to furnish Drummers' Wscous. cither single or double, or CarriWill ages of ail kinds at very LOW PRICES. The ever be eaabled to make ILower Prices than has besn would call special atboys in and around town will also And us the peo- tention to offered here. ple to deal with. Stop with us when In town at courts and entertainments aad your horse and vechicle will be well eared for YEAGER A COOPER. Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky. S7 Mule of Oak'Pickets, the cheapest and best fence in the market. FOR CASH ONZ.TT, WIRE and SLAT FENCE Mill work at City Prices. Address, P. H. IDOL, Stanford, Ky. SPRING AND SUMMER. IRON AND STEEL! JROOFINQ I just won't take the engagement 18S .cliablc Process Greatly improved for 1S95 and worthyjof consideration. Something,to Beautify the Ladies. "" Dally openining New Hats, flowers and lacesl We give the assurance to the trade that they wil find in our establishment the same cacluiivencss In style of patterns, hats and bcuneta and all the leading novelties in Millinery for which ve aie known throughout the country. I hao secured a trimmer fur the season. Thanking you lor past favors, we respectyour patronage heietoforo so literally fully solicit M D DUDDLRARbestowed. KATL DUDDKRAR. Manager. first-cla- ss - Km The Myers House, P.W. GREEN, Proprietor. 11 Stanford, : : ': Kontuoky. TO THE CITIZENS iai Of Lincoln County. The New, I am still running this wellknown Hotel and will continue to irive mrcuealsthe test attcn- wsll as tho best the msrket a: urds. NORFOLK RAILROAD. SOLD TO They have Proven a Success. They are beautiful and an ornament to a parlor. Special Attention1 to tho Traveling Public. Lancaster Planing Lancaster, Ky., Mill, THE F. RILEY B. BILHY, HOUSE Kontuoky. d. gas-ligh- t. Proprlotor, WESTERN TICKETS GuaranteelSatisfaction Call and see. Is now n full operation, and invites the attention of the builders of Lincoln county to its material, I have Note oreoared moved to my new Hotel and am bettsr superior workmanship and low prices. tn accommodate ths public. lhan Oood Livery attached; and every convenience Give me a call, London. 11 - - - vr SOME OF OUR PRICES: Ijpti FRANK RILltV, A Slight Mistake. ALL POINTS: OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, WISCOHS.M, ' MISSOURI, KANSAS, MEBRASK, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, TEXAS, SB WER, BBEli-WEB, "Do you know tho count actually addresses her in public as his treasure?" "Treasure? His English is a littlo off. He means investment." Indianapolis Journal. Not Money Hut the Want of It, Mrs. Greene Is it true, Charles, that Miss Hunter married for money? Mr. Greene I think, my dear, that It was owing to tho want of money. Boston Transcript. A Misunderstanding. "No, sir, my daughter can 'never bo HIGGINS & McKINNEY, Fire. Accident. Life. ytllnw pine flooring at Kjpla hundred. Asllow aa $i 50 per hundred. fectly clear yellow poplai weather boarding at i'er Ii.(o per hundred. At low as ai 30 per nuuuicu, Allpatterns and thicknesses ot Ceiling In yellow Has more nice Furniture than was ever In pine, poplar, chestnut and ash, as low as (i.aj per More pretty liugfcles, Surreys and hundred. Double dressed lumber as low aa i per yellow pine finishing lumber Phaetons. Moie good Cultivators. Wagons, Plows hundred. Ueautilul quarter oak, Ac. Save money by giving us you. and more nice Harness, Jlridlcs, Whips and more Hinder 1 wine lhan was ever seen- her, ... ...- ir. :. :.... .1 jiuuuc- .. can ann. see . 0rde,,T E LANCASTER PLANING MILL i.e. in. 1.,:- 10 nis stock anu Bet Latwaste prices. 7j.6rr D. S. CARPENTER, Hustonvillo, Ky., 11 Hus-tonvll- le. 0". HI- Your Correspondence is HRRi-WE- n yours." "I don't want her to be my daughter," broke in tho young ardent. "I want THE BEST ROUTE TO THE NORTH AND EAST. her to be my wife." Texas Sif tings. 1 inv Ho tlxori It. 'UUMAH VESTIBULED COACHES, Mr. Philanthro How long havo you SLEEPING AND DINING CARS been blind, my poor man? SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE Mendicant Ever since tho man I RA1LR0AI bought this stand from retired from tho !JORFOLKWESTERN CHEAPEST, BESTANO QUICKEST LINE. Timo-Table- s, FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. Respectfully Solicited. man's Livery Stable. KIEBY. M. THE HEALING WATERS" STILL FLOW FROM OLD S. ItAUGIIMA.V. J. W. lUlCIIMAN Office over Baugh- - Crab Orchard Springs. Since their discovery more than a century ago, these famous Springs hae given realtli and pleasure to a mighty army ol Invalids aud Touusta from all paits ol tho world. The Springs aie M.S.&J.W.Baughman, mOrRIMTOKS MrfROPLEY,- - STABLE, Stanford, Kontucky. ewtattttHS EttitarJk Ii Receiving His : Now Open for Reception of Guests. Boating, Bowling, Ililliards, Dane. tig. Driving, DB.Uutucor uarsrs.uobu .huik, . Livery, An Excellent cuisine, And all that goes to make your visit enjoyable. Kir K,ai,w,11,c,, first-cla- II you need livery give ui a call. Nothing but our " HARNESS SHOP Ilrl-dl- es, business. Puck. TERMS MODERATE. : DescripUi Write for Rates, slaps, Pamphlets, to auy Station Agi'nt, or to M. f. BHAOO, ALtCN HULL, W. H. BCVILL, 1ft. tia'l 00150KCT1. Una No Use rairr IMi. ri-- sr lXtlHl,0. 1ft. Tapa (scientific) A dude, my son, is a Tra.Ut Tut. If human being whoso brain is rudimenwmOKCTA. Johnny Papa, what is a dude? for Drain. SPRING AND : SUMMER GOODS. call. Hoard and Rooms, J3 to S15 per week. . Rates to Families and SocUties. For further information apply to Special of Harness Saddle., Ac Have your repairing done br our man, he understands business. We have " mechanic in our You will find a good assortment BLACKSMITH SHOP. tary. Puclc Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give me , Will guarantee work and' satisfactory GU3 HOFMANN, Prop., Crab Orchard, Ky, prices TiynyrhorMshoer. J. nwm frVirfmru Wltfcit