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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895061801 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. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXIII. Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. JUNE 18. 1895. x NO. 32 A v If Should Lose You. LANCASTER, GARRARO COUNTY. ily, of Danville. Mra. A. H. Rice, who. CRAB ORCHARD. If 'I nuould lose you, sweetheart, -- Mf88 AnRio Ballon, of Stanford, will Iiar been lor some time in Nashville and D hall nt Crab Orchard And nlono bo doom oil to trend ra.luiah, la home P , " her pa- -' in nWntlon nn.l Too bleak Htid gloomy hiithway, occurred Friday night was rents, Mr. and Mrs. II. A. B. Mnrksburv With Its fiowere drooptd and dead, hero in August. well attended by people from Lancaster, LO-A-IfcT- .. Elder George Gowen will return I would feci onu ewcut emotion, j Died nt McOreary after n short ill- Danville nnd Stanford and was quite a or That would quicken love anuw meetfrom a neea, Mrs. Virginia Xnudiu. Interment Mutual Life Insurance Co. in I am representing the North-westerIt would be tliat God'fl own bkbsiiiK ing at Flemlngjburg. E'der II, O. Bush, success In every way. Guests keep comIn the cemetery of thai vicinity. ing in daily and the season promises to the loan department and am ready to make loans in this and adjoinMade uio happy, once, with youl of N'lo'iolnaville. is visiting his grandMr. Mack Elliott a young man well be ono of gaiety and also of success for ing counties. Interest 6 per cent. Term2 to 5 years. For full infIf I Bhould loso you, sweetheart, qualified for the work, will teach the daughter, Mrs. E. A. Pascoe. the manager. And Die Bonus you raiir to nu ormation and application, apply to public school nt Herring's achool-hoiid- o Dr. nnd Mrs. G. W. Bronaugh, Miss OF A LOCAL NATURE. Were but the Mntent echo tho ensuing term. From the Innd of memory. Minnie Mnnday and the Misses Witt are HI. John Siers, of Lawrenceburg, was guests of They would clinp, nud be mv niuIe, Lancaster for the first tlmu received Mrs. R. II. Bronaugh. Miss n Am In days when lov'np; row her Sunday afternoon mall from Stan and killed at Lewiston, Idaho," by a Annio Bronaugh has been very ill of . I would listen and in drenmlmr, tenant, to whom he went to collect you l ford at 3:30. Of course she is proud of stomach trouble, but Is now thought to Once more, Bweotheart, bo with rent. this advancement. Ford, a Imribertag town in Clark be out of dauger. Mrs. Miller, of ChicaIf I should lose you, Hweotheatt, of Flemings-burg- , Klder Win. Stanley, county, miles from Richmond, with go, and Mrs. F. A. Zeller, of Columbus, And tho touch of tender lips preached an able sermon nt tho a population of 500 Be denied me in the future is to have a new ho- O , are visiting Mrs. J. F. Holdam. Ohrldtinn church Sunday morning, on tel and bank. Johnnie Elmiaton hai returned from As tho weary wailing slips, the "Uuion of Christians." I would klea the rose you rhvc, The Waddy Bank building, the con- Georgetown, where he attended College Gave me crowned with sparkling Dr. La polity McKee, of Danville, one fectionery of George Barriger and the last year. dew, of the ablest ministers of tho PresbyterMiss Mayme M:Clure, of Garrard forover, furniture store of II. F. Nash were burnAnd its fragrance would, ian church, preached for that congrega- ed at Waddy, county, ip visiting relatives in Crab OrBriDR sweet thoughts to me of yon Shelby county, causing a tion hern on Sunday. chard and vicinity. Miss Lula Stewart loss of $10,000. Wo have so I man ANncnoTKS. Two On Saturday afternoon overy preOnly six out of the 27 teachers ex- went to Grays Saturday to visit a week often laughed at l'at for his droll errora cinct in the county held n meeting and amined last Friday and Saturday obtain- with her brothers, Holdam and Carpenof speech that it is pleasant to laugh selected delegates to tho county convened certificates. Of this number only one ter, who hold positions with the North with him occasionally at tho expense of tion, which met hero in the e was and the remaining five Jellico Coal Co. Mrs. T. A. Gresham, of edtno one else. It la possible to do this at 2 v. m , Monday. Lancaster, is visiting Mrs. Alice New-lan- d eecond-clnsRichmond Register. when we recall the old tale of the YanThe scarcity of old wheat in this and calling on her many friends in While at work near Barbourvlllo kee and tho Irishman, who were riding section Cannes it to command a good Crab Orchard. Mrs. S. E. Brooks has with the L. and N. bridge company, W. along n country road together, when price. Mr. EJ Price recenlly sold his to P. Oatmau, a mechanic, was ntruck on gone to Uarrodsburg to spend a week they came to a gallows. Ward Bros, at 85c per bushel and Mr. II. the head with a pilo driver and was with her son John, and wife. Miss Mol"See that, Pal?" said tho Yankee with II. B. Marksbury's wheat brought him Stanford, Ky. knocked from the bridge, falling to the lis and Mr. Will say they ere keeping Undertakers and Furniture Dealers, a smile. "Where would you ho if the S5c per buahel. water 30 feet below. He was picked up open house during her absence. gallows had Us due?" Mr. Woods Ogllvle, of Upper Gar. The holiness meeting which has unconscious and will die. "Holding along!" said Pat, quietly. rard, recently sold to Mr. Charles Graves One Gallon of-been conducted by Revs. Davidson and John A. Hafileman, business manAnother funny tale is told of n rather a horse for 00. Mr. Prowitt bought of ager of the Louisville Evening Times, Johnson at tho Christian church during idle Irish boy on board a Messrs. Toggle & Chestnut, of Marks-burand Frank B. StouHer, connected with the past week closed Sunday night. It It was very dllllcult to keep him at work, a fine lot of lambs at Co. the business department, have returned was attended by immenso crowds of peoand the boatswain who had charge of Mr. McClure bought of J. C. Bryant, of from a tour of two months through fa- ple, some through curiosity, others behim was much annoyed by the boy's BryHtitsville, one pair of nuilea for $110. Will Cover 300 Square Feet of Surface two coats and coats you vored portions of Europe. Mr. Halde-ma- n cause of their earnest desire to get cloeer Uxluess. Seeing him on the maintop The general impression is thnt the married a daughter of Col. John to God. It would be well for all to reone morning, gating idly out at t'jo sea, board of trustees have selected a princi member if they do not believe in the Buchanan, of Crab Orchard. thebo.itwain called out to him: pal for the graded school, giving it to A dispatch from Indianapolis sbvb doctrino that they have tho privilege of out of that, ye rascal! Prof. Gowen, brother of Elder George "Come that A. J. Cation, the jailer nt Somerset, staying at homo nnd friends, if you do go Come down out of that, an' ol'll give ye Gowen, of this placo. Prof. Gowen holds Ky., It is rreated a scsne ou an I. V. traiD, and have no respect for the preachers a dozen whacks wld me rope!" the bi'Pt testimonials from Instructors of coming into this city this afternoon, by and people who conduct the meeting, "Faith, rorr" replied the hoy, "ol Middle Tenai-nsonud will no doubt standing oil the conductor with a revol have respect for the house of God and wouldn't come down if ye otlered me give satisfaction, ver. Catron had come to Bloomfield, yourselves and all will be well and we two doxeu!" Mr. Joe Franclp, Jr.. of this placp, will hear of no evil reports as to the conAny bhade you like. bring Up had the mhfortune to lose a fine 3140 , for James Uollerd, who was wanted at duct of tbu people in our town who atIt la not always tidvlBnblo to t lor murder, out Ma man es- tend. children in the strictly orthodox fashion. buggy wnue in u in vine nut week nt it Mamie's mother was very ill, and Mamie partv. Instead of receiving his own new caped before he reached there. He DEATH'S DOINGS. hnggv, when he called for it at one of claimed to have paid his fare, and that was brought in to see her. Mr. J. R. McClary has received in"Oh, my dear, what would you do the livery stabled, nn old dilapidated one the conductor insioted ou payment formation of the death of his oldest sismoth- wna left in its stead. We hope Mr. Fran- again. Tho conductor threatened to without mamma?' naked the tick cis will bo able to Becure his stolen prop- put him oir if the fare was not paid, and ter, Mrs. Rachel L. Johnson, at Bclton, er. then Catron drew his gun nnd invited Texas, last week. She was 91 years old. "I don't know, mamma, but 1 suppoe erty. Dealer in Miss Daisy Austin, daughter of Ed It; is eoincthing of a coincidence, but the conductor to come, which he did it would be all for the best," responded Austin, died at her homo near Highland nevertheless truo that on Sunday morn not do. this child of orthodoxy. Friday night, after a protracted illuees of ing we had three of our pulpits filled by "You hard hearted. little thlug!" ex consumption. She was 17 years old and claimed tho mother, who promptly pro- three visiting preachers, Dr. McKee, of Excursion to Old Point Comfort, Va. years had been a member of got well again. Texas Sjiftlugs. Danville, occupied tho pulpit at the On Tuesday, July 30th, the Chesa- for several ceeded to the Methodist church. Her funeral was Presbyterian church; Elder Wm. Stan- peake and Ohio will run a special train A Bridgeport ley, of Flemlngshnrg, preached at Tub Champion Chumi the of Pullman palace sleeping cars and day preached at tho Methodist church at Highland Sunday by Rev. J. M. Cook, (Conn ) clergyman recently preached a Christian church, and Rev. Mills, of coaches from Lexington to Old Point sermon in which he thanked God that Lincoln county, at the Methodist church. Comfort, leaving at 4:30 after which the body was laid to rest in Prompt attention given to Prescriptions. Trade Solicited from surr. m. and ftarriv- ground. there had been frost enough to destroy The stock salo at Mr. Ed Ballard's, of Ing at Old Point early next afternoon, in the church burying rounding country. Wall Paper Very Cheap. . in that section, and Paint Lick, on Saturday, 15th, drew a the timo for a refreshing plunge in the surf A cure for cancer and consumption trusted that it would also destroy every big crowd of spectators, but not many before supper. Round trip tickets will reported to have been discovered by is a throughout the length purchasers. 25 horses were sold on six besold at $13, good to return until Au- New York doctor. The treatment conand breadth of the land. This would months timo at unusually low prices and gust 17th. Stop overs will be granted sists of injecting minute doses of pilocarpi until tho lymphatic system is destroy tho apple crop, ho argued, and 50 per ceut. under the usual price. One nt any station on return trip. Special stimulated aud the white corpuscles of would he no elder very valuable horse brought only $50, consequently there will be undo s: the Uygeia tho blood overcome the poisonous parAnd and tho causo of temperance would bo that somo time ago Mr. Ballard had been Hotel and also to New York, Washing- ticles which product" disease. benefited. New York Tribune. offered $500 for, and quite recently had ton, Virginia Beach and at the surroundWOMAN'S WORLD IN PARAGRAPHS. ing resortB. A trip to Old Point Comrefused $150 for tho samo horse. London in ISO I bad n population of Ono or America's most promising woMr. Anson Shea, a former resident fort affords a greater variety of recreaspread over 121 square miles, acman sculptors is Mrs. Kntharino T. The cording to the recent report of the Reg- of Lancaster, died in Louisville at the tion aud enjoyment than any other re- Prcscott of Boston. She is not a society average of 1)7,250 to home of his Bister, Mrs. Martin Beck, af- sort known. Write a postal for descrip- nrtist, but n good, faithful studio nrtist. istrar General, an giving full information. Her life is iu her work, not in fashion tho square tnllo and 3 to tho Bcro. The ter a lingering illness of consumption. tive circular towns. nolo teas nnd newspaper notices. That of Special rates from all most densely populated districts are It in a and fact thnt since tho residence Gkoiige W Bar.nky, boing tho case, Mrn. Prcscott is bound You are invifed to call and see tllem. Whitechapel, with 11H1 to the acre, ond Mr. Shea and family in Lnncastor there Dis't. P.I8B. Agent, Loxingjon, Ky, to win. Sho makes portraits have been ihree deaths in the family. Shorcdicth with 101. The death rate nud ideal studies ns welL Sho also chisoLs was 17 8 to 1,000, tho lowest slnco n re- Fusli, n grown foii, succumbed to that J. S. Melbourne, a well known con- tho full round figure, but her . cord has been kept. The highest death fatal disease, consumption, then next tractor of Momphis, was acci lentally nro her especial delight. Ono of tho S rate for tho year In any English town follows the mother, then in quick suc- killed by a negro, who was shooting at a mast striking of her recent works is n THE HERD OK , cession, only a few years intervening, n was 23 8 in Liverpool. head of n "Trilby," her own idea, drawn woman. second brother and son'd career Is cut Red from Du Mnuricr's description. Sho Chairman John I). Carroll announcSomebody who has tried it recom- short In the early years of manhood by u happy, ines that all railroads have given reduced gives tho beautiful Trilby R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, . mends putting pulverized potash, which the eamo disease. Throo deaths in the rates to all who attend the democratic nocent 6milo and trnthful eyo. Mrs. soon becomes sticky when exposed to faintly in bo short a time Is indeed a sad State convention at Louisville, June 25. Prcscott has made, too, nn effectivo Crab Orchard, ." - Kentucky. head of tho singer Melba. Henry Irving the air, In all the rat holes about the thought to contemplate, especially for Mr. Wanamaker has life insurance never lookod stronger or moro characterhouse. The special detestation of n rat the bereaved ones. rig for ile from the best types of Register to tho amount of $2,000,000; John B. istic than in tho mnrblo Mrs. Prcscott is anything which will stick to his silky Capt. Win. Herndon has returned Stetson, $750,000; Hamilton Dieton.fOOO,-000- , has niadoof him, with tho faco of sweet Stock. Ilrcederi secured 'rum trip best herds la several different States. Correspondence Solicited coat. Somo persons find a mixture ol from Mnrtiuovllle, Ind. Rev. T. II. nnd Chnuueey M. Depow. $500,000. Ellon Terry bosido him. Mrs. Prcscott equal parts of cayenne pepper and Campbell has returned from a protract-ens well as in marThe Chicago sayB the makes casts in bronzo Scotch enufT sprinkled well into holeB visit to relatives in Virginia. Mrs. "Kentucky republicana who have been ble. Sho is nn enthusiast and n dovotcd nud deserves rich success. is still more eflacious. Scientific Amer- W. O. Rlgney and Mre. T. A. Walk fighting for 30 years for ground -- fcA.gKV. ..: .&A. MLJk ltv enough student , ican. homo after a pleasant to bury their dead in, appear likely to er are at of Miss Sophio Weil is an illustration to Ashland. Master Xolton Frank, galnpossession of nil tho democratic tho fact that n woman can run n livery Evaporated potatoes is tho latest pre- visit of Flemingsburg, is tho guest of his graveyards this year." They nre welI have an immense stock ol goods now arriving which will revolu- stablo successfully, even in Now York served food product of tho Pacific coast. little friend, Master Joel Walker. Mrs. come to them. city, whoro only tho stronge.it and mot tionize the retail trade. The prices mentioned below will seem im A Wadhtngton concern engaged in tho J. M. Frazeo leaves for her home in The largest hog in the world was skillful may keep footing iu nuy walk possible to a great many people but I will pay any one's toll coming businecs of preparing evaporated prunes Maysville years ago Miss Weil's faa week's visit to not tho Poland-Chin- a after hoar illustrated in in life. Four to my store and not finding them as I represent them. All of these has been experimenting with potatoes her sister, Mrs. II. O. Jennings. Miss ther died and loft her tho livory stable our issue Dec. 20, ISO), thnt weighed ns an inheritance. Listead of selling it goods will arrive in the next few days. this way, and finds that, prepared in Catherine Craig, of St. Louis, is the 1,505 lbs. A Chester White boar owned prico nnd gotting cheated even thoy will keep good for nn indefinite guest of at her aunt, Mrs. D. M. Lnckoy. by Robert Slsson, of Westerly, R, I. outhalf that, sho undertook to coudnct it of retain practically nil th'elr food tiuio and A good black slicker J5 1.25 , very fine rubber coat $1.50 worth $$. Miss Mattie Walkor has returned from a weighed over 1,000 lbs and dressed herself. Under her constant paro nud value. Mre. J. O. Bogle, of Danville visit to lbs, wlieu killed in 1S53, at the ago shrowd personal supervision tho business Black cape Mcintosh $3.75 worth 5.50. Mens' sandals worth 75c Boy's knee pant suits for Miss Stella Morton has returned to her of four years, by Albert Chapman, of has thriven constantly nud increased far for 45c, Ladies' sandals worth 50c for 35c. "Tin IuiiKi'RKseiiiLK yAxny." Send home in Lexington. Miss Alice Dud Westorly, who is ttill living and is an beyond its dimensions whilo her father 65c, Si. 10, 1.40, 2.00, 2.50 and 3.50, worth almost double. Mens 10 cents In Btamps for n fiandsomo copy is visiting her aunt in Ashland old and respected citizen. This hog was lived. Pluck, caro and industry always and Youth's suits, coat, pants and vest, $2.50 to $7.50, worth $5 to of tho volume "Snap Shots," by tho ir- son left exhibited at Providence and Boston in win. Mens' fine suits, imported goods, elegantly trimmed and tailor S15. repressible Saxby, to W. O. Rlnearaon, Misses Lizzio and Mattie Thompson and friends 1853, an admission fee of 25c being Let each woman decido for hersolf made for $12.50 to $1 5, former price 18 to 25 dollars. These goods agent, Queen nnd Orescont Thursday to visit relatives gen'l paea'r Uustonville. Mrs. Leila Bettis and charged. His hams weighed 87 and 88 wlint sho ought or ought not to bo and are equal to suits that tailors charge double tire money for. Route, Cipcinnatl, O. Send nt onco. in daughter, of Lyndale, are gueatB of Miss lbs. respectively. The son of tho owner, do, and let all tho rest, men and women Only a limited edition. ! business. No woBettio Doores. Mr. Charley Denman,o( M.r. James Slsson, a florist both, miiid their own an old fogy her- Woolen dress goods in great variety of style and quality and I know man who wnuts to bo Nicholssville, was tho guest Sunday of Half Faiib to Chattanooga. Tho Mies Carrlo West. Mr. John M. Ander at Westerly, is authority for this state- self nnd glirink into tho narrowest cor- that I own them way down below their actual value and will sell them ment. American Agriculturist. Queen & Creecont Route wKl sell tickets ner of what Artcmns Ward called "wim-min'- s lower than the lowest. Don't buy your dress or silk shirt waist unnil nnlnts on its lino. Juno 25th to son has returned from a visit to his son fmm spear" has any right, not a shad-oy- v til you see how cheap I will sell them to you. Wash Fabricks I have, MIbs Alice Baugh-maThe Queen k Crescent Route will soli o7M. tnOh'nttanoocannd return, at half at Gallatin, Tenn. of right, to criticiso tho woman who I have a line of of Danville, is expected this week tickets to Latonia and roturn at one and feols cramped in that littlo corner. I in all the latest novelties, both in style and color. rates, with liberal limits nnd conditions. check, striped and figured white goods carried over from last year for d and will bo entertained by Miss Bettio fare from all stations In Ken- wish tho anti woman suffragists nnd tho Ask ticket ngentB for particulars.Robinson while here. Mr. W. I. Wil- - tucky. The races will be held this year old foggies of both soxos could realizo half price. Carpets and Mattings. My prices on these will surprise you. They Hams baa returned from a visit to Dan- from May 23d to June 20th. Ask agenta tho truth of this. Lot thorn stay a Bucklln'a Arnica Salve. behind tho times themselves are all new, not a single piece ofcarried over stock. ville. Mra. Blanche Sweeney is at home for particulars. W. O. Rlnearson, G. P. ri..k..i..l.tin i the woild for cuti, brufiei again after a protracted atay in London. A., Cincinnati, O. if thoy wish, but lot tlioin let tho now ... ulcers, inn rucuiu, i L'nruiicii iBiipr.. wiwA Great Bargain. A black stiff hat, the very latest shaye, for $1. 15 womau nlono. Sho is .so far abovo and ands, hilblaini, corns nd all akin eruption!, Mr Casey Owsley has returned from a The sequel Buy and sell for Cash. It is Beldom that God sends auch ca- beyond their purblind vision that thoy worth $3. repuireu. u u "ilea, or no oositively curea or money . IU give KUrnteea Prtrmc ...,i.r. ..H.fariinn me oy visit to friends in Danville. Mrs. Wm. lamities upon man as men bring upon aro not capable of seeing and judging TAMES FRYE, Hustonville, Ky. cecUDtr box. ror refunded.. Bogle ia the guest of Dr, Bogle and fam- - themselves. v her. A. K. i'enny, Suntoril, Ky. Euzk Abciukd Conner. I Ami.....,.., ,.! 7 I .,?" i Money, Money, Money! to-dn- y two-week- s' TO n JOE1T KIRBY, InsuranoQ Agant, wo-ma- WITHERS & HOCKER, 1 court-hous- flrst-clae- s, s. -- man-of-wa- r. y, "MASTIC" MIXED PAINT do-v- ONLY: $1.40 '.PER; GALLON.. PENNY'S DRUG STORE.- t Very Fine and Durable. W. B. (YlcROBERTS, Soiii-HM'- BMTCJ(GrB9 PAIM'S9 ILS9 apple-bloesor- as apple-blosso- low-rat- es ANCHOR : STOVES, Anchor Steel Kanges, 1 -- blue-gras- s BEfeT IN THE COUNTRV, FARRIS & HARDIN ULUE-GRAS- bas-roli- bos-relio- fs .I. Duroc Jersey Swine 1 d Times-Heral- d Jf A MflRlvQ IIUSTONYIIXE, KY. iFrarra9 -fcA-VA; to-da- y 1,-0- 52 1CLOTHIUQ I DRESS O-OOHD- S wel-kno- n, one-thir- rs . u- -- vv. -- "-- " .J v J ,y ' (U.rill, 1T. I. Wi rf oemi-Week- ly Interior Journal June 18, 1985 SAnfobd, Ky., - W. P. WALTON. In bis matchlees speech on tho curFriday rency qupetion in Louisville night, which was listened to by as fine an audience as ever gathered, Secretary John G. Carlislo thus eloquently defined democracy: "The democratic party is, and always has been, the great conservative force in this country, and during its long career it has successfully encoun-teremany storms of passion and prejudice, relying always upon the enlightened judgment of the people for 'a final vindication of its course. It in opposed to radicalism and paternalism in all their forms, and it resists all encroachments upon the rights of person and property, whether they result from tho exercise of arbitrary power upon the part of the government or from popular excitement. It opposes all sectional and class legislation, all attempts to favor one part of the people, or one part of the country, at the expense of another, and it insists at all times and under all circumstances that there shall be no governmental interference with the private affairs of the citizen, nor any charge upon his earnings, except so far as may be absolutely necessary for the preservation of public order and the maintenance of the public service. It believes in the inviolability of all contracts, public and private, not only as a matter of right and justice, but as a necessary guaranteo of peace and prosperity in every community, and it always has believed in the preservation of a sound and stable currency for the use of the people in the transaction of their business in order that trade and commerce may be profitably conducted, and that honest labor may bo adequately rewarded. If these aro not essential democratic parts of tho faith, I have been mistaken all my life. populism, Agrarianism, communism, fiatism have no place in the democratic creed, and can not be incorporated into it. They all have their origin in the same poisonous political atmosphere, and in the end they would nil produce the same fatal results upon the republican institutions under which we live. They are not indigenous to our soil; they are the products of monarchical and arbitrary systems of government, and have been imported from the centers of metaphysical and impractical politics in Continental Europe. A freo and prosperous country can never be the permanent homo of these wild and revolutionary theories, and any political party that gives tbem countenance or encouragement will pel ish with them, and ought to perish with them." d i Congressman Paul Sorg will be the democratic candidate for governor of Ohio. London is so crowded with American tourists that it 1b difficult to find hotel accommodations. Martin Lest died of lockjaw at Win Chester, O., caused by a large splinter be ran under bis thumb nail. Ono dollar a bushel was paid at St. Louis for tho first carload of new wheat of the 1S95 crop raised in Missouri. John Franklin, of Athens, Ga., sold his wife's Bible for money with which to buy morphine to commit suicide. Ac Brownsville, William Lewis, aged 16, was sentenced to the penitentiary for two yeais for housebreaking. Henry W. Wilbor, former editor of the Republican, is the prohibitionist nominee for governor of New Jersey. Tho Western Union Telegraph company has declared the regular quarterly dividend of 1 per cent payable July 15. A pneumatic-tire- d hearse is the Bomewhat dubious attraction advertised in display type by an Atlinta undertaker. John Lawson broke the bicycle record at Chicago by going the distance in 11:33 5. The record was five-mile 2-- FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. - WOMEN AS GUIDES. 11:40. In the 21 years that tho White Star steamer Germanic has been in active service she has run over 1,500,000 statute miles. Four persons were killed and two probably fatally hurt by an explosion in a harness factory at Fall River, Maes., Friday. J. H. Vanghan, ed G7 of Blue Lick Springs r mechanical divisions. Sale at prices that wi. surprise Tho best guides aro thoso who havo Which will be put in the Smash-UA Chicago butcher has broken the length. worked in tho greatest numlier of difou. When pousce the geeds you will wonder how"th!cy can be With ferent divisions, so A thunderbolt entered a store at record for speedy cattle dressing. that they aro ablo to a helper he succeeded in killing and impart information Ixvnuso thoy under- manufactured at the price. ; Winchester, knocking several people r wirv &.- -" waati 1 down and fatally shocking Mrs. John dressing a steor in five minutes and 7 stand precisely what operations aro be- B Five dozen Derby hats, black, grey and brown, nice style, not a ing carried on aud cm answer questions one worth less than seconds. Thomas. $1.50, will go in this sale at 50c. The noted stallion, Bishop, sire of intelligently. Two locomotives were wrecked and Onco years ago men wero employed four colored tramps were killed by a Racine, Prime Minister, Senator Irby, for guides, but man's work costs moro high class race collision on tho Charleston and Savan- Lollie Eastin and other than woman's labor, nud ho somo brilhorses, was burned to death at Gallanah railroad. liant chief determined to try girls. It is Fred Koontz and Will Douglass tin, Tenn., Saturday night. utterly impofidblo to allow ordinary During-thpast 10 years there were guides such as aro admitted in other defought a duel about a yuung woman near Imported into this country nearly partments to bo about among tho work Bloomington, Ind in which Koontz was bushels of potatoes. This impor- going on. It must necessarily bo somo fatally wounded. responsible employee, nud I. D. Hancock, who murdered his tation was kept up even during the tho bureau pride itself onnot only does its detailed heaviest potato producing year of the wife near Perry, Ga., committed suicide corps of young ladies, but visitors inperiod. A: URI3ANSKY & CO., Proprietors, by locking himself in his house and setvariably exclaim: "Oh, sho's n girl horseo sold by guide, The 12 trotting-breting fire to the place. I'm so glad. I'm tired of man." T. D. RANEY, Manager. . Naham Cross, of Valparaiso, Ind.t Mr. Junius W. Johnson at Georgetown "It's not bard work physically, only average of $132 50. wo do wish bomctimca thnt peoplo would Branch Stores; slept himself to death. His physicians brought $2,790, an were unable to wake him until a few The top price was $232 50. The prices ask new questions." said ono. "Every- Paris, Carlisle, Alt. Sterling, liardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, were considered low for the class of stock body asks just tho samo questions. Wo seconds before he died. always know beforehand what to ex- Virsailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and offered. Mackport, Ind. Henry Meere is under arrest at The Democrat says that the wool pect" Whitesburg, this State, for inducing "Do you ever givo visitors souvenirs?" Amos Collins to go in swimming with crop of Clark county for 1S95, is tho Tho six looked nt each other merrily. many yearc, the estimate beshortest for him and drowning him. "Thero, that's ono of tho usual ques.OUR. Arthur Gauden, killed his wife and ing less than 50,000 pounds. The clip is tions. Givothenisonvenirsl It would bo fatally wounded her paramour, Thomas usually about 125,000 pounds and some moro than our heads aro worth to try it. Why, every scrap of paper hero has to bo Murphy, at Rollington, 13 miles from years has reached 175,000. D. C. Terbune bought within the accounted for, oven thoso that are sjwil-eLouisville, on the Brownsboro pike. s Everybody wants a souvenir, somo sugar The gold reserve in tho treasury, past few days 20 strictly liko n 100 bill with only mule colts, 19 of them mares,-a- t an aver 'littlo which has remained almost stationary ono other trillo. Richard Godson bos sold bis interest for several weeks, is now 199,525,019' ago of $32 25. Bonta Brothers, of this And sido digram ed, or somo awf nlly mad sometimes tlioy do get in the' Midway Clipper to his partner, J. Tne available cash balance is $183,429,-80- county, Bold 4,000 bushels of wheat Mon with us bccauFO wo can't yield. If they day at 85c Harrodsburg Democrat. R. Williams, and will enter the practice want souvenirs, thoy havo. to buy thorn Harry McCoolage, while repairing is too good an editor to of law. Godson Armour ia reported as stating that on tho steps outside. " 1 Straw I lats, Luster, Serge and Flannel Coats and Vests. Clay give up the quil in this way and we pre- the top of a furnace at Philadelphia he would be pleased to make an average "Do you think you aro smarter than Worsted Suits in gra)s, browns and blacks, simply unsurpassed in dict that after he has tried the dry and fell inside and plunged down 65 feet in- profit of 50 cents a head on all the cattle men guide?" "Of coureo woaren'tconcoited. You'd cut, finish, trimmings and fit. Wash goods for ladies in dreary task of waiting for clients, ho will to tho furnace. His body was almost he slaughtered. As.he kills 3,000 a day, Lawns, Or. better ask tho chief. I can toll yon. $450,-00be glad to return to a printery and wait instantly cremated. it would him a profit for the year of though, that flvo of us havo handled 800 gaudies, Jaconet Duchess. Crcpons, Sattccns, Ginghams, India LinMiss Mary Tate, who died recently aeide from his trade in pork aud for delinquents. He and Mr. Williams visitors in a day. Tho captain of tho ens, Paris Muslins. P. Ks. Dotted Swisses in whites and colors in associated for years and the at Connersville, Ind., lift a request" that sheep. have been watch divides them up into sounds as fact everything for Summer Domino, tho odds on favorite, fin- largo as wo can conduct around. You bond of union was thought to be almost her corpse be "laid out" on a piano and that her funeral sermon should be a lec ished fourth in the Suberban, the race seo wo aro exiected not only to givo tho indissoluble. ture on temperance. being won by Lazzaronp, with Sir Wal- information, but also to keep our eyoa To their credit be it said only three Chili is to coin 10,000,000 silver dol- ter second and Song and Dance third on every motion, becauso visitors aro deKentuckians attended the Memphis sil- lars per annum and issue gold in fG, covered in termined to havo a somonir somehow or d Tho mile and a quarter was and they Bhall be naraelees ver S2Q pieces. Silver is not to be a leThe betting on Lazzarone was other aud don't stop to think it is an 2.07 absolutely necessary rulo of tho lmrean here forever more. Tho effort to turn gal tender in amounts above 5(J, but the 10 to 1. not to allow them to tako auything tho meeting into a third party movement mint will exchange gold for Frank McVey, who bought the away." silver. Wc will also'put inthis sale our large stock of Hamburgs and La-ccproved futile, to tho disguBt of Sibley Frank Martin, a Pdducah barber, speedy grey gelding from Scott Farris, is "Tho hardost thing, though," said a Our Shoe stock for the Fall trade was bought at the old prices and others. The resolutions adopted are has conducted a shop within a block of very proud of Iii'b purchase. Ho sent pretty blond haired widow, "is torefiifo as long as the moral law and predict all we pVbpose to give our customers all the advantage. There will the Ohio for 10 years, and has never been him an J in 16 seconds and believes he tho gifts visitors want to make us. Of and sorts of disasters if the coinage of the to the river in that time. Ho was doubt could have gone the whole mile at that courso wo nro paid for our Eorvices and be a p.rcat difference in prices now and tlii.sJ.JFaH and those who can white metal is not made free and unlim less 'too busy talking to his customers. gait. He has named him Brickyard Joe. aro not allowed to accopt proontH of should avail themselves of the advantage. ited. R. W. Dawson shot and killed his He is by Edwin W., by Pence, ho by money or anything olse. Somo ixxplo really bccouio qnito indignant nt that, TnE court of appeals decides that un- negro paramour and Frank Macklin, a Rienzi. and droll things result. Ono western der the new constitution the L. & N. can plantation manager,and mortally woundThe fifth annual exhibition of the woman to whom I had given moro timo not acquire a competing line and that ed a negro boy at Natchez Island, Miss. Knox county Fair Association will be than customary becanso sho had asked its deal with the Chesapeake, Ohio & In defying arrest ho was shot to death. held at Barhourville, beginning August sensiblo questions wanted to givo mo Southwestern is void. A new hearLee Williams, an illicit distiller near 27, and continuing four days. More and somo money and then offered mo other ing will be asked and failing to get it, the Parkersburg, W. Va , swore falsely in bigger premiums than over before have things. Of courso I tried to explain that L. & N. will take the case to the supreme the United States court and in less than been offered and tho fair promises to bo it was against tho rules of tho buroau, court of the United States. The Illinois a half hour was sentenced to two years a big success. W. W. Tinsley, secretary, when sho took out a package of chowing Central, which claims to own the road in tho penitentiary by Judge JacksoD, will send you a catalogue on application. gnm, 'Well, I guess thoy "won't mind you'ro taking somo gum.' in controversy, is jubilant over tho decis- without further trial. A Pennsylvania farmer made a test Mrs. McQuiuk. ion A Dnrbam bull mad with hydro- with 50 chickens and one cow and gave follows: Value of milk sold The Jtachelor'a Necdlcbonk. TnE public printing office is now under phobia treed Harmon Williams in an the result as Havo you heard of tho "bachelor's an apple tree near Greenup, Ky. He from one cow, 1114.10; income from 50 the civil service rules. It affects 2,500 was held a prisoner until his 16 year-o- ld hens, mostly for eggs Bold, $150.81. The needlebook?" It is mado larger than s employees and raises the number of Bon was called and shot the enraged cost of keeping the cow was given at tho ordinary kind. Tako two pieces of All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairing in the employ of the government cardboard, about 4 byC'vf inches in size, $52, while the maintenance of the bene animal. done in style. subject to the civil service law to 55,000. and cover each, on Iwth sides, with Because of tho recent appellate cost $50 and less attention than tho cow. brown linen, overbuilding It looks like it wont be long till all the it on very R. T. Fox sold this week to Tom tightly, so nil will bo smooth. Ono of employees are governed by it and to the court decision in regard to the election trotof officials of cities of the second class, Collins, of Collier, his tho pieces of linen used should havo boon victor thereafter no spoils will accrue. We have an artistic 30 citizens haye announcod themselves ter, Neale, 2:27 class, for $750. Matt marked, "A Bachelor's Needlebook." Special attention to horses with diseased feet. mare, in fancy letters, and outlined in olive Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his' wnrt The court of appeals says that "Bad candidates for mayor of Covington and Cohen's promising "Empire Wilkes," died Wednesday green, dark brown or red, as desired Tom" Smith must hang for the murder 20 for mayor of Newport. MR. KIELEY. EXPERIEECED FEIETEB. county. Good, night. She was valued at $500. Covingof Dr. Iiader in Breathitt Zimmerman and Johnson, tho rival Now let tho governor fix an early date bicyclo racers, have been matched for ton & Arnold sold Wednesday to Spyer Has charge of our Painting Department. Give us a trial. for the execution and let tho world bo 15,000 a side. The race is to take place & Son, Lexington, 20,000 pounds of wool quickly rid of this example of total de- on a track to be selected by Zimmer- at an averago prico of 15 cents. It made pravity. man anywhere outside of Asbury Park. throe solid car loads. Richmond Regis ter. It is to be the best two in three. NEWSY NOTES. An effort is being made to purchose Henry Whitaker killed Newton AnHarriot Beecher Stowe completed the Lynnland College, one of tho prettiderson in Montgomery county. Tho latFriday. her 84th year est places on the L. & N. railroad. The The design of tho American flag was price asked is 16,700, and $4,000 of tho ter had threatened his life. i? i'Vs The city of Des Moines is again adopted 118 years ago last Friday. money has already been raised. An ofowing to a court decision declarFelix I Poche, one of tho fer of 15,500 has been mado for it by par- "dry," Sow tho Iwards together at tho shorter best known lawyers and jurists of New ties who desiro to conduct a mixed ing the license of saloons unlawful. Gov. Morton will sign the bill to ends, on ono hide, fastening two bows of Sunday. school. Orleans, died narrow riblvm where the sowing is douo. The son of Frank Ring, make the study of the nature and Short ribbons nro sonod on tho opj)o,itc Howard Harrison Iron Company, at alcholic drinks and all narcot- ends to tio Besemer, has increased the wages of its of Hamilton, O., heard his father talk effect of tho boards together with. about a man committing suicide by hang ics a part of tho public school course. Kevoral flannel loaves aro put in, and on 1,500 employes 10 per cent. Recent surveys are said to have es thoKi threaded needles aro truck, tho Tho guests of the Phcunix Hotel aj ing and securing a piece of rope, he went Call and Sec Them. changed their place of to the barn and proceeded to do like wise. tablished definitely tho tradition that threads bomg wound back and forth Winston, N. C,t the proprietor used ico His screams attracted his parents' atten- the first house in Kentucky was in Knox around each needle. All sizes of black boarding because nud whito thread, linen thread and darn that had been packed around a corpse to tion and when they reached him, the lit county, on the bank of the Cumberland ing cotton aro nscd A. L W. tie fellow was almost strangled. river. make ice tea and other cool drinks. pounds and measured five feet in $300. p e caught a fish out of Licking that weigh A Lewis county man sold $03 worth "Wfej- They Are Employed at tho llnrtan of Engraving nt Printing. strawberries in a week. Tho buttvmof engraving nnd printing Don Juan, 2:15, pacing, was burned :is tho only placo in Washington or nny to death in a stable at Cleveland, O. other vroll known placo of interest whero A Tennessee man sold $350 worth young women nro employed as guides. of strawberries from 1 acres of land. Tho guirln is nu important person to Growing crops of wheat are being all visitors nnd sightseers. His effectivesold of Woodford at 75 cents per bushel. Joe Coffey bought of John Johnson, ness hangs on his ability to spin tho DURING JUNE- of Boyle, a bunch of fat heifers and most extraordinary yarns, to always havo nu nnswer ready, whether correct steers at 3c. or not, and tho man who can pour tho B. D. lloltzclaw sold in Cincinnati a mast information into n touriht in tho lot of lambs at 3 to 5jo and a lot of butch- least timo is tho one who flourishes. er Btuffat 2 to3tc. That is tho regulation gorcrnmont A new steam plow tested at Waynesguida But tho bureau of cngrnviug mid boro, Pa., turns furrows aggregating 40 printing prides itfcoh on n superior brand WITH US.- of guido in tho bhapo of six southern feet in width at one time. For Sale. Ono registered Jersey young women, Mits Fiuinio Oilman, heifer, two years old and heavy with Baltimore; Wilhelmiua U.illmnii of EfcMcncy losirg and unloading of seme goods the order of the day Washington; Mrs. Diana Duuforth, Forcalf. J. M. Hubbard, Stanford. est Glou, Md. ; Mrs. Myrtlo Dufiy, during this June Smash Up. Clearance Sale. Our GrcatSumrncr P. W. Green refused $250 for a green Wheeling; Miss McCarthy, Washington, Merchandise Movement is well under way. Its volume is cnotmous, old tho other day, which goes to and Mrs. Lottio Adams of Tcnne.ssee, isthis""rapid rctailirgwhiciroltcn crablcs us to make who net us ushers to all visitors to tho even for prove that horses aro advancing in pribureau. Of courso tho placo wfcoro tho prices about half what you expect to pay. We particularly invite inces. G. W. St. Clair sold to a New York government makes its money has nu spection of our ladies' and gents' undenvcar. cc for a Balbriggan party a pair of black mares for 11,250 overpowering attraction to peoplo from shirWmd a pairof blcach jeans drawer;., worth 75c, for men. all over tho country, and on account One is by Stranger and the other by Ac- of tho work douo in tho building mora ns Ladies' Swiss ribbed vests ;c. 10c. olyte. kc and'scc. than tho usual enro bus to bo taken as to Advice won the Himyar stakeB tho admisxion of visitors. Indeed it is fTShirt waists, Percales our stock was never so attractive and has Free at Latonia Saturday, beating the great almost as hard for n person to get ont as bcenthe talk of the town. Hanover colt, Halma. Distance 1J miles; to gvt in if ho or who has been allowed White Dress Goods we show a complete assortment. to walk through tho main halls alouo to time 1:50. fc&India Linen 5c, 10c and 20c. ftfc, Barney 2.0SJ, pacing, is said to be as call on an ofllco clerk. Visitors who nro taken into tho workLawns and Challics 4 c. We have received another line of as the wind" this year and it ia "swift ing sections aro subjected to closer pern-tin- y 2 thought that he will reduce his record a than they would rolish if it was second or more. suspected. Theso six young women aro Entries to the trots and paces at tho modol guides. They nro not npX)inted i just to positions as guides. They havo Richmond fair close June 20. The exhi. JL, will be July 23 to 20. There are passed civil service examinations nnd bition five races with $400 purses and five with boon appointed to actual labor in tho of Jloney -: JWaking Out of The Question -- ar uslt 6c, 8c, rnr ifinpiiTTtf jfr i 11 yMJLJLJL v s LOUISVILLE!: STORE, STAXTFOHD, TTZ 00 d d. first-clas- thg' 90 Degrees Sale. 1 1. 0 $10-an- pow-wo- 4-- s. HUGHES & TATE. STANFORD, KENTUCKY, St. Asaph Carnage & first-class Co., MERSHON; GREER, Proprietors. per-eon- well-know- n Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing of all Kinds. E. E. two-year-- old j0 EE SUMMER CLOTHIIMC ge LIGHT AND DARK COLORS, four-year-o- ld Flannel, Worsted, Luster. H. : J. : eJ M'ROBERTS. y M aw , ' '".. .' 'i i oWeekly BTANFonD. Interior Journal Ji'nc Wk fit $1 8pec'. At Dankp, Die Optician, ( Kv - Dunks', the Optician. . 6xk our dinner ware. Dunks, tho Jew18, 1895 eler. spectacles Thieves tnnde a raid on Mr. T. J. Ilatcber's ben roost tho other nifiht and rolieved it of 17 THE CONVENTION. hena and chickens. Delegates Fully Instructed and the land and Carlisle Administration Endorsed. -Cleve- H.G.RUPLEY,-4" 2 Oitisr Bruce bad the fire laddiea out Friday night giving them a little practice. E. C. Walton, Business Manager ney'a. PERSONAL POINTS. Fruit jars, Ac,, I by making Mr. A. K. Denny, chairman, Tub signal service predicts a Bhower fire. this afternoon. strawberry aupper and Mr. J. M. White, secretary. Tbo fol- Tub ice cream and lowinit deleiratea were represented either Tub rain Saturday, although very giyen by tho ladica of the union Miss Mamjc Warhhn is qutlo sick. at Moreland cleared about in person or by proxy: light, did n great deal of good. A spleu- Hbv. H. I, Mauony is in Ohicano on Stanford No. -T. P. Hill, R. L. Hub $25, which was very good, considering did rain fell in the West End. business. ble, W. H. Miller. No. 2- -A. K. Denny, the inclement weother. The editor has been very ill for the r I It. 0. Warren, S. T. Harris. No a -- J P. Wk are overstocked on saddles. Come lastlnodaya. manager of Bailey, Cai'T. T110MA8 IticiiARDi, in and get them cheaper than ever beJ. E. Lynn, W. E. Varnon. No. Miss Mattik Holuebman ia viaitinit Llnnletta Park Springs, oUers a weoE'a W. P. Grimes, A. 0. Dunn, T. L. fore M. 8. A J. W. Baughman. ber brother at Lebanon. board to tbo best lady and gentleman Shelton. . . Mia. W. E. Ellis left yesterday to visAll China dancera at a bop to be given at that deBarciainb extraordinary. Hustonville No. -T. B. Roblnaon, H. it her mother In Glargovr. and wash silks that were 40c, 50c and COc lightful Summer resort on tho night of M. Johnson, J. F. Moore. No. 2 -Dr. J. Mu. J. H. Fahiiis, of Lexington, spent now go at 25c. Severance A Son. Julv 4. Stanford will have Boveral en T. Bohon, W. G. Cowan. No. 3 -- J. E Sunday with friends here. tries. Wright, J. A. Glvens, W. M. Murphy. Tub L. &, N. is maicing many improveMils Oaiihik Davis, of Mercer, ia tho Crab Orchard No. -R. Lancaster atHge mado its first H. Bronaugh, The ments at Corbln, thus indicating that it RQCBt of Mrs. A. G. Eastland. Sunday trip Sunday and carried back J. U. White, J. K. Sutton. No. 2- -J. H. has dec! Jed to let Rowland remain in "Miss Lauha Ssvbkanck, of Lebanon, is probably the first sack of mail that waa Carson, Ward Moore. the cold for good and all. tho guest of Mrs. Joe Severance. Wayneabrrg No. 1 -- No delegate. No. ever taken into that place on the Lord's Tub lady Maccabeea were busy yester- day. We congratulate tbo good people Mit. Q. Q. Fair went down to HartTwaddle. No. 3 -- No delecate. g ford Saturday to eeo bis hotnefolks for a day cleaning up and "putting the W. E. Varnon moved that five deleof our Bister city on the improvement in few days. touches" on Odd FellowB Hall, gates be selected as a committee to draft their mail facilities Mcs. Pattik Gheen, of Hustonvlllo, which ia now a thing of beauty on the resolutions and the chair appointed Not lso of importance was done in Bpent several daya with hor son, Mr. P. inside. Messrs. W. H. Miller, J. F. Moore, R. II. W. Green. A (100 d crowd from here attended tho the circuit court Friday and Saturday Bronaugh, D. A. Twaddle and W. P. Miss Julia Stago, of llustonvillo, is Crab Orchard Springs opening hop and but vesterday tbo damage suit of Alex Grimes. the guest of Misa Bertio Enoch. Soinor all report a merry" time. Manager Hof- - Tray lor against his brother John Traylor Resolved 1. That wo endorse the adset Reporter. mann left nothing undone to add lo tho waa begun. Only two witnesses were ministration of President Cleveland, his examined and the case will likely take Mrs. Dr. J. D. Pettus, of Orab Or- pleasure of his guests. sound financial policy as presented by up most of Mr. Traylor sues his is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Jaa. chard, The threatened damage suits of James brother for Jo.OOO damagea for cutting him in hia messages to Congress and aa F. Cummins. expounded by Mr. Carlisle, secretary of Pnor. J. E. IIoiunson has returned D. Cosby and Jason Blackerty have been him in a difficulty. the treasury, and tho general policy of from Washington county, whero bo has filed at Danville. They suo J. W. Burko Adout 20 couples of young people the democratic administration to reform for $5,000 each for having them arrested been teaching. stormed Miss Lena Bruce Thursday tariff taxation. Mn. Xath McKinnsy attended the and indicted for stealing a cow from him 2. That we ondorse the candidacy of and Belling it for beef The case was dis- night Hii.l had a delightful time. commencement exercises of Central Unintid games wero enjoyed and at Hon. C. M. Clay, Jr., of Bourbon, for the missed when brought to trial. versity last week. the proper hour fruits of various kinds office of governor and instruct our deleProk. T. M. Goooknioiit was over from Oon Liberty correspondent sends us were nerved. Misses EJna Courts and gates to the State convention to vote for Frankfott in the interest of Supt. Ed the following: "Jesse Royalty, assistant Jennie Dickinson added to the enjoy- himfbrthe noininitlon and to use all Porter Thompson. pottmaater at Liberty and clerk for Mr. ment of the evening oy creditably ren- honorable means to secure it. Mu. V. II. Shanks spent n fuw days John W Whipp, was found dead FriS. As to all other offices wo recommend dering several recitations. with bis friends, Messrs. 0. L. and T.W. day morning in the little porch in the that the convention act independently of Jones, fn tho country. The Seattle, Wash., Times Bays that any recommendation by this convention! rear of Mr. Whipp's store and in front oi Little Misa Stklla Kuplky went his lumber room." Mr Royalty waa Mr. and Mrs. Horace Brown (tho latter who has not heard a sufficient expresdown to Marion yesterday to visit her about 35 years old and unmarried. will bo remembered as Miss Suo Helm) sion to know the wishes of the demosister, Mrs. Dr. liourfgan. were thrown from a boat while rowing crats of the county. Hx.niiy Bi:ll, the Lebanon darkey who Mils. W. 11. MotM and pretty daughter, and came near being drowned. Both 4. We recommend that the following Mies Eudoxia, of Garrard, were over yes was put in Uil Sunday for drunken husband and wife went down once be named delegates and alternates be apand disorderly conduct and carrying a terday on n shopping tour. fore men could rescue them and it was pointed to the State convention: Mxbsiis. J. A. Cu a it, of Louisville, concealed weapon, waa tried before Judge only after bard work that they were takDelegatei- -It H. Bronaugh, W. P. and V. A. Morrow, of Somerset, were Carson and given 10 daya in jail and fin- en out of the water at all. The couple Grimes, A. 0. Dunn, W. H. Miller, ed $25. The cost amounted to $4 and as here attending circuit court. went Immediately to shore and a gurney Denny, Geo. R. Engleman, W. E' the fellow had no money, he will work Mips Lizziu Mknikek was given a conveyed them to their rooms at the Ar- Varnon, J. M. Carter, Jamea F. Moorei 31 days on the rock pile for his fun. by Prof, and Mra. lElrod at lington. David Adams, D. A. Twaddle, Hayden Lynnland College Friday nignt. Music Stork. Mr. P. H. Idol opened Judge W. 0. Hanbfoud, of Manches- Reynolds, John Sutton, B. W.Xjivena. Musis Mamie DkDohdb, of Stanford, bis music store yesterday and spent tho ter, is bere attending Alternates T. J. Fayne, Jas. H. Carcourt. He tells us and MIm LuIr Stuart, of Crab Orchard, day receiving. Ho baa a handsome line that Judge Clark has just completed a son, Geo. P. Bright, J. S. OwBley, Jr., are visiting Mrs. 0. S. Neild at Grays. of pianos and organs of various makes, R. C. Warren, S. T. Harris, H. M. Johnin Littlx Edward and Grattah Wood- and will also carry sheet music. Ho which four ternfof court sent Clay, at son, John Bailey, J. J. McKinney, W. persons wero to the son, of Middlesboro, nro visiting their hasn't forgotten his first love the sewL. McCarty, Henderson Baugb, E. B. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Crow. ing machine and will contlnno to push penitentiary from one to seven years. Tho criminal docket was not completed Caldwell. Jr., L.L. Dawson, John Smith. Mrs. M. E. Lord and little daughter, the New Home for all it is wortb. Ilia Tho delegates wero instructed to vote and not a civil case was tried, notwithBessie, of Louisville, aro up to spend store Is opposite the St. Asapb Hotel and for 0. M. Clay, Jr., for governor; 0. W. standing night sessions of tbo court were some timo with Mr. and Mrs. If. T. Har- next to Withers A Hooker's. frequently held. Judge Hansford is well Metcalf, secretary of State; R. 0. Ford, ris. Phonograph Concert to be given pleased with his new home, but still treasurer, W. H. Gardner, second choice; The Mn. W. D. Jtoni.NBON, ol Hartranft, Auditor, L. 0. Norman; supt. public inTenn., ia visiting his parents, Mr. and at Walton's Opera House next Saturday thinks thero is no placo like the Eiat struction, Ed Porter Thompson, H. K. night will bo well worth bearing. It will Eud of Lincoln. Mrs. James llobinson, in the Hubble Taylor, 2d choice; register land office. bo selections fronoperas, band performsection. ' CHURCH AFFAIRS. M.T. Brinkloy, G. B. Swango, Becond Prop. L. 0. Boslxy, principal of the ances, Ac. Do not confound this instruchoice; commissioner of agriculture, LB. listen to by Key. J. P. Halsell filled his appointCampbellsvlllo High School, Is at horn ment with those you have to Nail; railroad commissioner, George B. for the vacation and was with friends car tubes. It is arranged bo that its ments at Walnut Flat Sunday. sounds ran bn beard distinctly all over Tho Baptists of Occano, Cal., use for Fulton, Mr. McCain, second choice. bere Saturday. Mils. Samuel Kei and Mrs. Priesie the houBo. Don't fail to attend. Ad- baptismal purpose? a natural lake of tepid MATRIMONIALMVTTERS. Drye, of Hustonville, have been the mission for grown people 25 cents, chil- water near tho town. Col. John Wolford, 43 yeara old and As a result of the recent Sam Jones guests of of Mrs. W. L. Evans and other dren 15. three times a widower, waa married at relativea here. Saved ma Nkck. Lewis Hector, an revival in Owensboro, thero were Gl adLawrenceburg to Misa Meliesa Reddish, IIkv. La whence Wii.liam8 and Misses and notorious liorso thiei, was ditions to various churches. Down at Clinton, Ky., Friday, a aged 13. Mattlo Williams ami Lillio Marandi, of lodged in jail at London and Friday Two young people who had but a Adair, are visiting Miss Lola Carter in night a mob of About 00 men took him couple aged 72 and (JS years respectively, eloped to Tennessee and were married few hours liofore graduated from Earl-hatho West End. out to hang him. They placed a rope College, Ind., wero married by a Miss Sadik Lillmid has returned around his neck and started to carry out Their parents probably objected to the member of the same class. union of tho young things. from tho Southwest Va , Institutuiwhero their designs, when the fellow promised Tho marriage of Miss Rowena Deer-inChicago ia to hove a church whose sho attended school. She is the guest uf to give a big snap away if he wero permit daughter of Rev. J. It Deerini;, of Bole object is to make an aggressive Mrs. Mary Craig. ted to live. His plea was granted and ho Missks Ella and Ivstblla Willis and made some stnrtling revelations, impli- (uht Hgainst crime. The plan is to have Versailles, to John Lewis Shearer, of Mr. J. E. Willis, all of Columbia, nro cating men who hud nover beforo been Sunday services in tho theatres and Cincinnati, will take placo on Juno 27. Miss Etna Craycroft, of Mt. Olivet, carry on reform work during tho week. guests at Mr. Theodore Powell's in the Buspicioned. .9 Central Holiness camp meeting will lina married a new man after trying twice petition. McConuacka church On Saturday night the quart house at bo hold at Wilmore, beginning July 29th, to kill herself because her first lover provMil. Wahhkn Shbluy, who was taken W. H. Trnylnr's Edgowood distillery was and continue 12 dajs. The ministerial ed untrue. It doesn't take somo people some weeks ago to Sc. Joseph's Hospital 30 gallons of whlfl help will bo by persons long to transfer their affections. at Lexington for special treatment, Ib re- broken into and soino ky, a pistol, a silver watch and about $5 fitted as leaders in camp meeting work. Misa Florence A. Sloan, a grand ported, aa mending rapidly. Advocate. in money stolen. Entrance waa elfocted "Kov." Andrew Johnson's meeting daughter of the late William U. Vander-bilt- , Misa Lauha MacAnally, tho pretty by breaking the lock. Thoro were evi- at Crab Orchard, unlike the one at Goand James A. Burden, Jr., of Troy, niece of Mrs. J. M. Hubl ard, will gradudently two men engaged in tho theft and shen, was a dismal failure. Tho East were married at Lenox, Mass., last week. ate Thursday at the Grand Conservatothey were trackod nearly to this place. End people are too eensiblo to wander The value of the bride's trousseau is givry of Music, Now York, after which sho Tholr horses wero hitched about a quar- off after the sanctification doctrine and en as $40,000, and tbo wedding presents will locate in Memphis and teach. of a milo from tbo distillery and from whilo they attended his meetings, they were estimated at $700,000, while tho The Danville Advocate has this notice ter tho numerous tracks thoy made were did not endorse his teachings and no one cost of tbo wedding ia said to have been Ho ia a brother of of a rising young man. there quite a while. Diligent search will accepted them. $1,000,000. Misa Gertrude Howard, of Ghent, who be mado to find out the cuiltv parties. Rev. Henry Fanlconer has just closwas music teacher at tho College here NEW ADVKUTISEMENT9. 11 to 0. Our base ball club defeated ed a 10 doy revival meeting at Frhnklin soveral years: Mr. U. J. Howard, one of e with 22 professions of faith the graduates of tho law school, will go tho Hustonville team by a scoro of 11 to by adults. This makes about 100 con- TjrrvCiQ I will mice all the hides I can get at onco to Covington to bo associated in 0 in a gamo at tho grounds near tho IIIUJju. lor cam or in traan in Olten- versions that Mr. Faulconer baa had in court dys nt Stanford oral my tor learner on Friday afternoon. Will tho practico of his profession with the and George Dunn were tho bat- his meetings during the paBt four months lelm. Chat. Ennilio, TDner. Hon. Harvey Myers. Mr. Howard is not only a capable youug lawyer, but a cour- tery for the homo team and did somo ex- snd speaks well for bis ability as nn efteous, affable gentleman, and will be cellent work, while Carpenter and HuflT fective preacher and evangelist. Advofound among the moat successful of the man for tho visiting boys deserve much cate. credit. Thoir support was not good first graduating class. Grasshoppers aro reported to be dehowevef and they lost out badly. This vouring the crops OF THE SEASON, in portiona of the CITY AND ViniMTV. is our team's first game of the season and Indian Terriory. tho members hayo right to feel proud of ax, Thy Danks Imitation cut glass. Policeman Charles Evans, who was their good start. ,A1 Florence umpired shot by n negro named Johnson at Mt. Bicycle for sale cheap. Seo J. E. Ne- - the game and did it very satisfactorily. ATSterling, died Sunday. 9 Mill. viua at Stanford Holler Nino persons wore killed and 20 With colored excursions from LouisA dollak'b worth of granulated sugar ville, Oampbellsyillo and Somerset and others wero injured by tho explosion of LINNIETTA PARK SPRINGS. The public it cordially invited. 13 boilers near Guiaborougb, Yorkshire, for f 1, that is 20 pounds. 0. D. Pow- all tho darkles from tho adjoining counTHOS. RICHARD Manager. ell. ties, Stanford waa pretty full of the col- England. The damage to property is esViolkt talcum powder. Delightful ored brother Sunday. They came to at- timated at $250,000. I 3TOB, The total membership of the toilet and baby powder; 25cs W. B. tend the Baptist association which was 01 Honor is i3U,uuu ana more in session hore and tho number waa var- Knlgnts McRobertB. iously estimated at from 1,000 to 2,000. than $60,000,000 has boen paid out in the jars bought before tho advance Services were hold at each of tho three 22 years of its existence to sick members Fruit A and their widows and orphans. and Bold at very low prices. W. H. colored churches and at tho Frank Williams, a farmer living Wearen A Co. but the combined capacity was not equal to tho occasion, All the big divines near St. Francis, Kansas, while in a fit Thirteen colored poisonB presented - were on hand and not for years has- Stan- of jealous rage, attempted to murder his Wevlah to sell privately our Home and lot on Main atreet opposite the female Collrse. Houae thomaolveB for examination for teach- ford been treated to as much preaching. wife, also Mrs. Alice Smith and William mni!iiii rnmni boiIiiL'i hall and nintrr and li in ' era Friday and Saturday. nlendid leDalr. Large yard and Notwithstanding tho immonse crowd Smith. Ho then beat out the brains of lightful home in every particular. garden. A de if , containa ti liveryman, received Bplondld order was preserved and only his own children, a little girl aged about The farir , which I'ike and joina acret, ia utuateil Mr. G, B. Cooi-rrK P. Wood. J. the Kuob Lick boy about nine years of age, on Koiter and Mrt. Lawaon. Haa comfortable yesterday n "Wagonette," the beet vehl one arrest made. It waa a big day and five and a outbuilding and 11 well waterafter which he blew hia dwelling, neceaiarr apply to ed. I'articulara and cle yet made for excursions, plcnlca and will long bo remembered by both white using a hatchet, MRS. HUGH KEID, Stanford. 31 it and colored. own brains out with a revolver. tbo like. 4 Sunday-school 14-1m at Hlirgina & McKin- - Ho will continue this each Friday night yesterday afternoon to select delegates to until the boya becomo adepta at fighting the Louisville convention waa organized The county convention which met twtattHiLfotttt la Kecoiving His SPRING : AND : UMMER : GOODS. Fit Guaranteed. Give me Goods Warranted and a Perfect call. m 1- .AT. m 2-- D.-A. finish-!ahin- DANKS, THE JEWELER. hi 11 Wagon Material, Rims, Spokes, Tires, Bolts, Horse Shoes, to-da- y. Rasps, Nails, Hammers, &c, &c, Tet-a-tet- AT MHUBUOEB PMKCOHS. First Week in June. m m W. H. WEAREN & CO. JlSo K. WIEA MIEN. Dealer In A-- Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, STANFORD, ETST. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. m m two-week- s' 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, $23. The New Home; style three, S25. The New Home, style five, S28. 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 are offered: Chickering, Hazelton, Bush & Mason & Hamlin, Chicago Cottage, Gerts, Colby & Co., Kingsbury, Kimball, Summer, Kimball, Hinze, Prince I & Son. And Others: I v I PIANOS: i i ORGANS: Sold on Kair Payments. Special Attention tc Mall Orders. Pianos and Organe Tuned and Repalrd by one of the most competent workman I ev- er knew, who aerved n.anv yean in lactory learning nis trade. All worn warranted. Sewing Machines repaired and warranted . Address, P. H. IDOL. Stanford, Ky. m .! Reliable Process Greatly improved for 1S95 and worthyof consideration. dpi g, They have Proven a Success. They are beautiful and an ornament to a parlor. Guarantee Satisfaction Call and see. HIGGINS & McKINNEY, school-hous- water-- works Hen-dric- ka 1 First Grand Hop -- More .' Money ! More money is what all shoe houses are asking for all kinds of Friday Evening, June We have a large line of Jt SALE Gents', Ladies', Children's and Misses Shoes. And they are being sold at the same prices cheap. as when leather was court-bous- e, Residence in Stanford and n Small Farm. A - New Oxfords Just In.. Come and See Them. 11 tn-- SEVERANCE & SON. 1 . A f tf ,L 1 r mi-W- m liVT. JOURNAL, FKOM SINNESIAIIONE. "I wish to goodness," said the man from over Sinncmahonlnff way, "that charged I could remember half what my father When not to paid 83.60 will be used to tell about snakes. I retflly da I do Indeed. I suppose that if my K. C. LOCArTJME CARD. father had been telling nbout snakes "'l 3 Trains ltavo Stanford at 7:1s that lived anywhero else except on tho p. m. arriving at 4:30 p. m. and Slnncmahone sproad I could havo remembered everything. Hut, Lord! It L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. would take a man with nine memories, ......... " 37 P .. No. M, Train going North m ... 3 5 a m every ono of 'cm phenomenal, to reMia 04 p member even a little bit of what thorn 1 i5Pm " " Sinncmahoning snakes did, becauso No. 3, " they did so much. They wcro alwnj'a QUEEN &CRESCENT. doing something, and doing it well. I wish somebody would simply give mo Traint pan Junction City a follows: .3 3? P m an inkling of what there is in that No. x South . 11.48 a m No a North S Friday rabllBhod Kvery Tuesday and nr ED MOTT. jy PER YJCAJlIr ADVANOK P- - f AT up on the stone and lay thero In full ,'vlew. Having taken a firm hitch with the leader about the stem of tho currant bush, tho vengeful crippled grasshopper pushed its counterpart presentment along toward the edgo of tho stone, and when it reached there, shoved it over. Tho artificial grasshopper fell, nnd thero was leader enough left to let It just touch tho water lightly. Thero was n flash and a splash In the water, and tho next instant my pet trout was dashing wildly about in tho spring, hooked on tho deadly luro and played by the limber currant bush. Ohl but It was a stroke of gcnlusl Tho crippled grasshopper stood on'tho edgo of a stone, looking over at tho vengeanco it had wrought, glaring savagely and gloating. I could casllv havo saved the trout. tive justicol Lot It standi' "In a short time tho trout was dead. Tho crippled grasshopper hobbled off of tho stone nnd disappeared. I never saw it again. Will somebody givo mo nn inkling of what thero is In that Sinnemahono atmosphere that makes things hnve so muchmorosnap in them thero than things havo anywhere olso on top of earth? Even grasshoppers. Will somo ono simply givo mo an inkling?" Not even tho man in tho red, blue, pink, yellow, green and purple mack-Inajacket seemed capable of utterance, and tho man from Sinncmahon ing way had to go without his inkling. "Oh, yeal Snakes!" said he, suddenly brought to himself. "Lordl I wish my fathor was hcrcl But ho Isn't! Ho couldn't be, very well. Ho loft tho banks of tho Shlnnemahono for tho same of Jordan, some years slnco. My father was a fiddler, and if ho Is playing tho harp half as well as ho played tho fiddle, he isn't taking a back scat for anybody on tho other shore, nnd I'll bat on It! And how ho could tell about snakes! It's a shamo the way I've forgot most of tho things ho used to toll me about 'em, but I remember ono that may strike you as a tolerable fair w D. V. Fuller, cf Camloharle'. N. V.. SVS that he always kteys Dr. King's New Ditcorery In the FOR SALE. nousc anu ou lamuy vrouia noi do wimnn . 11 procurable. U. A. Uykeman utuRgiti, uannui, N. Y says that Dr. King's New Discovery Is undoubtedly the best Cougn remedy: inn nv lias Jotlrlrir a Plae of this kind wltt nad It used it in hfs lamlly for eight jeujs. and It has to their advantage to call on or address, that toe. failed 10 do all loot Is claimed for lu Why MRS. MARY K.NL.AU011 in.it, tried and tested. Trla not try arn.edyso Crab Orchard, Ky. bottle Iree at A. R. Penny' Drug Store. Regu lar site toe and St. 00. A Household Treasure. B. Fjarnrz'. Briar Spring DR. W. Gtmxi ...,,. j II Dentist, : Office on Main Street, VsfVfl I Stanford, t Ky. Opposite M 3 3 no NOTB. Nos. J and O ana 9 ana 10 ruu ther than Junction City, nor on Sunday. " t.S " ...ll3Jra " . 8 4" P " ' 6 10 ,, ..1.3S P m -- 3.IJ ,6 co a m fur- - " '"But not' I said. 'It Is but retribu- RPYAL it r Our Slnncmahone grasshoppers know that well, and I want to tell you that of tarter baking pow- it's a hard matter to run one down and A cream catch him wheu you want to go Ash der. Highest of all in leavening ing. But I used to manage, by various Latest United States slick bits of strategy, to get enough to strength. fish with, but It was hard work, and so Government Food Report. I was delighted one day, being over to ROYAL BAKING PqWDEB CO., the county scat, to see In a storo an artificial grasshopper, with a hook 100 Walt Street, frew York. concealed about it. Tho grasshopper was as natural as life,, and I saw at onco that there wasn't any use of mj' Tbe following farmers have poitod their lands pitting myself any longer against our smart Sinnemahono grasshoppers to and hunters and trappers will pirate take notice. JOHNTURNBULL. get bait, when I could use the artificial grasshopper to fool the trout with, and A. C. Lanban 1 bought It. It worked to a charm. I John B. Cattleman. POWDER Absolutely Pure.l atmosphcro that makes things have so much more snap in them than things have anywhoro else on top of earth. Even grasshoppers. Now, I know heaps of places whero there is twenty times more grass than is on the Slnncmahone. As for that, Sinnenmhone doesn't run particularly to grass. Wo slash out a good many hoop poles, and we peel considerable of bark. We do a little in tho maple sugar way, and our Haters ain't few to tho hill. But wo don't brag on our grass. Then why Bhould seem to like to settle down with us, so much, and get to bo so smart amonir us? I jrlve it up. I don't know, nut to prove 10 you that they do, I'll tell you something. I don't pretend to explain these things, mind you. I simply give you tho facts. "You know, of course, that Jhere ain't any better bait for trout along lato in the season than grasshoppers. grass-hbppe- rs over-nowcri- S. H Clifford, New Casiel, Wis., was troubled YY. S, Burch. R. M. Newland, with Neuralirt and Rheumatism; his stomach Ky. Deputy Sheriff. Mlty. at Law, was disordered, his lier was affected to an alarm-I- n deirree, appetite fell away and he was terribly all Trains,nlght and day. Patrons taken to c& redncedin flesh aud strength. Three bottle ot Meet any part of town I tee of Charge. Electric Hitters cured him. llarrisburg. Illin Kdward Shepherd, Far cl Per Good Livery Attached. running; sore on his leg of eight years' standA. II. 1IAS1IN, Prop. it- ing. VJtcd threo bottle of Klectric Hitters an. day. Arnica Salve and hd sexen boxes ofllucklen' Lincoln Oo., leg sound and well" John Speaker, Catawbis O., had IWe large fever sores on his lee;; doctor We clTer orervlci to the public tods a gen said he was incurable. One bottle ol Electric eral Collecting Business. Accounts, uolrt, etc rlc Hitters and one bo llucklen's Arnica balvts Collected in all parts oi the cuuntjr, it Cm cured him entirely. Sold by A R. Penny, drugin Having decided to move to my store-hougist In Stanford. Ky., I have a desirable store-houthe bmlnci portion ol Rowland which I will sell apor rent at a reasonable price. For Information T. C HALL. ply to, or Schools of Is a candidate for Supeilnlendsnt I will iro to anr place where there are six or Lincoln county, subject to the action or the Demore cattle to Lfhorn. I do the work with the mocracy. November electiou, 1893. Llchtnlrc Dehoruer Can dehorn auy cow In this seconds. The knife makesa clean, smooth cut, doss not crush oor break the horn, as tbe clipper does. Itltlh.oely humane way tode Dtsl;rln. . .. horn Does not punl.h the animal like the saw, and the wound gets well quick (gain a that of Public Is a candidate for Superintendent maae oy in saw. ror lurtner tciormaiion, can Schools of Lincoln county; subject to the action ou U. A. I'll VI UN, Stanford, K. v. or the Demociatic tatty. See the Llghtn'ng Pruning Hook, 101. Speolmen Cbbob. THE BASTIN HOUSE, Crab Orchard, the Peat-Offi- ?; se so Buroh. Stanford, ITnrland, Kentucky Conoral Collectors, 1 NOTIOX I JAMES F. HOLDAM, W. S. BURCH, iDb.om "Your Cttl. J. B. HIGGINS, Stanford, Kv. All Kinds of Coal, HARPER'S PEMQQtCAlS. One Year Harcer's Maxaiinr. Uatper's Weekly, " Harper's Ilaiar, Uatper's Young PeopU" " " " .... ............. .. 44 00 KasliTille, Tenn., College for ... 4 4 00 4 00, Toung ladies. I am now reaJy to deliver lee - irom the Stanford Water, Light and Ice Company's Factory ICE I Postage tree to all subscribers Statrs, Canada and Mexico. HAUFKK & BROslIFRS. Address P.O. Uoa 9JJ, N.Y. City. in the United At 40 Cents Per Hundred Pounds Rov.'.Qco. W. F. Price, D. D., Prcs., And over and.Kc a pound for 10 pound and up Mrs. S. O.Truehcart, Formerto 100. llllls duo.tstof each month, PrinK. BREMER, Stanlord. ly of Stanford, Ky., Lady cipal. Three Buildings; room for oo boarders. Faculty of 40 Officers, Teacher and Lecturer. Patronage My Millinery Stock is full and complete. Call Unifrom entire tkuth. Privileges in Vanderbilt Gymand examine and you will be suie lo buy a new versity. Mutc Conservatory Art .Studio. Term begins Spring list. nasium. Fine Passengrr Elevator. , 189$. send lor wtaiogu. "'J" MISS LICCIE TIEAZLEV, Walla, B. VeMmcm, . Stanlord, - - Kentucky. nd AssignWill aei as Eecutor,;AdmlnIstrtur ee Special attention fglen to Settle nents of as Attorney and Sale and Division of nfatils' Lands. Office on Lancaster St cerSupt. W. K. McCla-ry- 's Fs-at- Attorney at Law, TO Ttlifl X.ADXX3 1 J! , W. S. BTTROH, Attornoy at Law, SUnfcrd, Ky POSTED. ROYAL Insurance Company think the trout went for It better than they did for the real thing, for I have an Idea that they knew how smart our Slnncmahone grasshoppers were, and wcro kind o' frald of 'em. I used that imitation grasshopper with great success. Ky. Midlana R'y "I had a tame trout in a spring near OF LIVERPOOL. my house. It had been in the spring a year. It was a big one. I had caught BARBEE &CASTLEMAA it one day on a Sinnemahono grasshopper, and as the hook hadn't hurt it MANAGERS, much I put it in a pail of water and got Commerce Building, Louisville it homo alive and active. I put It in the spring and it lived and thrived. A Agasts throughout the South. funny thing was that the grasshopper trout wasn't killed W. A. TSIBBLE, Local Agent, I caught tho nor by with hook. Being tho by tho trout STANFORD, KY. through fishing, I took tho grasshopper off the hook and tossed it on tho ground. It moved away, but was minus one leg. Its oyes were just as bright as over, though, and as I remember it now, it kind o' shook its Only Ditect Lite Between head and looked volumes as it limped away, headed straight for my place. 1 "Cincinnati don't know whero that crippled grassShortest.and quickest between whon warm hopper wintered, FraHkfort, Georgetown and Paris, weather came next but I give you my year Mayavllle, Oynthiana, Carlisle, word that grasshopper was the first I Falmouth and Covington. saw on my place. It was perched on a for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains Ask saw horso in my back yard. I recogrun by Central Standard Time. Time TabU June , 1893. nized it at once, and it seemed to recognize me, for it shook its bead and No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. TRAINS EAST. a. m. p. to. p. m. had a queer look in its eye as It limped 00 4 00 7 00 Eve Frankfort A on one leg along tho saw horse, tum... 7 Elkhorn 4" 148 " Stamping uround 7 aS 430 bled off and stumped away. S GeorgetownU. 7 47 4 47 ' 'As long as I've got a place,' said I, 3 4 59 7 55 C. S. Depot Arr. 4 eo ..C - 8 30 3 35 Paris 'that grasshopper has a claim on it, and anyone that hurts that grasshopper 8 TRAINS' WEaT. No. 2. No. 4. No, 10 No. m must settle with mcl' a. m,, p p a. m. "Well, sir, that grasshopper hung 0 o 4 40 9 43 I.vc Paris ....C 6 42 Depot....-i- o 17 place, and hobbled about C S. Georgetown B " Stamp'g Ground to 40 643 3 SS 6 40 around the 10 58 7 03 " 73 in a melancholy sort of way, but al" Elkhorn it t6 7 ways with that queer look in its eyes. 8 iS 113a 73s Air Frankftrt.-Every time it met me it settled down and shook its head, spit tobacco juice, 'SUNDAY TRAINS. as grasshoppers will, and stumped on Leave Georgetown 10 36 a. m; arrive Frankfort its way. I know now that that grass11 to a. m lavem.Frankfort oop, m. arrive Georgetown hopper had vengeance on its mind, and 4 5a p. Kentucky Midland Ralwayand connecwas only biding its time. Tho tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all "This was tho season I got tho points South, East, North and West. artificial grasspopper. I frequently 10 uten .kcu" iniurmawon pyiy for turiner D. BtKUAW, uen. i'ass. Agent. saw the crippled real ono sitting on C. GEO. B. HARPER, Kec'r & Gen.Supt the flat stone over the spring whero Frankfort, Ky. my pet trout was, glaring down at tho trout and shaking its head in a startling way. Tho grasshopper remembered that this was the trout that had crippled it, and it went to tiio spring AND to glare nt, tho trout and show its hate. I used to tremble for It, for ray trout just doted on grasshoppers, and I was fearful lest this poor crippled ono might tumblo in the spring and thus give up tho rest of itself to the foe that had bereft it of its leg. "One day I had beeu fishing with my SOLD TO artificial grasshopper. I came in, took ALL POINTS: the leader oil my line, with tho imitation grasshopper on it, and laid it on CHIP, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, the back stoop, being called away for WISCONSIN, something or other. When I went to get the leader ten or fifteen minutes MISSOURI, KANSAS, latex it was gone. I looked around, MEBRASK, COLORADO, but couldn't find it. Somo timo afterward I started for tho spring to get a ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, pall of water, and as I drew near I saw the crippled grasshopper dragging TEXAS, itself up on the fiat stone that covered, S0BTH-E- 5! or half covered, the spring. I ttopped. ffiS WEST, N0RT8-WJSand then saw that tho grasshopper was dragging something up along FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. , with it I started when I saw that It was my missing leader. My first imTHE BESTROUTE TO THE pulse was to go and recover my propEAST. erty, but on second thought I didn't. NORTH " 'This unfortunato grasshopper,' I UtttMAH VESTIBULED COACHES, ns to what Slnncmahone snakes were able to do in tho days of my father, blnncmahono snakes are at tho head of tho serpent race yet, of course, but In those days they had tho benefit of my father, and they simply shone. "The blowing adder was always a big favorite with my father. The blowing adder, you know, Is that Interesting snake that has the faculty of flattening out its head to about four times its natural size, then pulling it up, and then blowing a hmall gale from its mouth for a few Bcconds. I never knew just what they gained by doing all this, but thoy do it, and that's enough'. The blacksnnke was another snake my father liked, but somehow they never liked him, but they feared him, and when he wanted to uso 'em they knuckled right down and were used. "Once my father had a pet blowing adder and a blacksnnke that he wanted to be a pet, but which had a feeling against being one, and just wouldn't. showing office. 9 The "Blues." Do 3ou ever have the "blues"? Do you know what they come from? Do you want to know how to drive them away? Stanford, Office - Kentucky. TEE LADIES CORDIALLY : Street, oppoilte the Court House. Collections receive especial attention 3 ot Lancaster INVITED Listen: A. S. PRICK, Surgeon Dentist, and Frankfort though, and learned tho tricks my Successor to father taught it, and did them, but kicked like a steer all tho time. Tho digestive 6ystcm. ..Proprietors of.. blowing adder, on tho other hand, was fonder of tho old man than a cat of At all dealer, or mall, for aSaOboxtl.OO. Stable, DROWN KPO. CO., New York. Livery her kittens, and never lost a chance tp show It. One of tho tricks my father STANFORD, KY. taught tho rebellious blacksnako was Having bought or P. W. Green his LIvsrT to take a match in its mouth, reach FIRST NATIONAL BANK mnA xdd.d new bu2zies and horses, we are prepared to furnish back and scratch tho match on its s".nly Or STANFORD, KY. side, and then rise up on its tail and FIRST-CLAS- S TURNOUTS I will csnv a central ttoek of lluildl.r Mat.. light father's plpo as he held it in his Capital Stock-Surplu- s .$200,000 risjand by selling On short notice. The travrliag public will fiad mouth. It was a neat trick, and used 21,300 us alway ready and willing to Inrnish Drum- to please father next to knowing that j tho littlo jug with the corncob stopper . town will ... find u the peo Will be enabled to mike Lower Prices than has Attention or the public is invited to th fac bott In. tnd around (?... . . in it wasn't empty. I , n twn Mt !... Stanford ..l pie to aeai wiin. amp w,.. ever been oliet.d here. I would cU special that this is the only National nank in Bank "Whenever father went to his cabin Under the provisions of the National courts and entertainments and your horse and v. to - It didn't dare to rebel altogether, mon'H Tonic PclIctH. These arc two separate medicines, in separate boxes, but both together thty cost only 25 cents. You will then have n eure treatment which will not only cure your biliousness but prevent constipation in the future by strengthening your yeuartto'bhtt'." Now, in two or three weeks time, you can make yourself feci like n new creature, with rosy cheeks, good appetite, healthy bowels and sound sleep at night. Ask your druggist forltailton'S Tonic Iwiver PIIIh nnd Rn The " blues " are simply a natural a disorganized liver. Your liver recretes bile Instead of discharging" it. The bile must be tittered from that which is to make blood, nnd If not property filtered your blood become impure. Then you feel wretchedly, aad " DoH'tkncwuhy w w 2 To call and ermine my Sprint Millinery, which I am openi.g up. I pride myself, that it it and that It is bound lo plcsie. Having bouthl lot ca.n and being determined to sell fur cash, I can sell at the lowest possible prices. An csatulaation will convince sou. 6 MRS A. A. MeKINNEY. Stanford, Ky. Building, Office over McRoberts' Drug Store In the Owsley J. : T. : STJTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. , .. t, a II.. Oilers his services o tne pespie w Full stock ot Comas and Csey Counties. j.tj kks, a. JOITES BBOS., Tin & Sheet Iron Works, W, a.JOKC. mo "' Sole proprietors Dean's lllack Diastoad Roo Paint. Estimate furnttned for piloting Wood, Metal and lion Roofs Satisfaction Guaranteed. All roots painted with peso's Black Diamond Paint guaranteed for years Dealers In bee: di era Pumps and Galvanised Iron Ir liters, tf-im Stanford, Ky. D. 8. Carpenter, MtoiRir. 9$ G. B. COOPER, and Feed A. C. Sine, bu-,- n. aroB, !, cash 02n.Tr, I .- -- 1 111. -- A NORFOLK RAILROAD. WESTERN TICKETS are secured not only by the capital hunt ho always took the .stockholders liability, lor as Jchosaphat and Prudence with him for stock, but by to the stock, so that depositors e equal amount of 1400,000 company. Jchosaphat was the black- this institution are secured by a fund or the Dan Fiv sworn statements of snako and Prudonco was tho blowing are made each yearto thethecondition United States adder. Onco, while out on one of these its assets are examined at stated Uniei trips, father was taken sick with rheu- by government agents, thus securing addiutoo and perfect safety to depoiitors. matism In his cabin, and lay on his This institution, originally established as tn Hank of Stanlord straw, unablo to movo hand or Deposit the National Hank in 1858, thenin 5 nl bed of ol Stanford ued Jchosaphat cheered up and againas foot. the First National Hank ol uninterhas got chipper at once. Ho tumbled all Stanford in iS3s, of had practically an suppli rupted existence 3 years. It is better over himself, father used to say, ho now with tadlitles for transacting business prompt anc felt so good. And ho felt more than ly and liberally than ever befoiein its long fldu corporations, honorable career. Accounts that. He had murder in his heart. curies, firms'and Individualsof respectfully solic Whllo father lay thero helpless tho ted. wicked snake took u match in his The Directory ol this Bank is composed 01 mouth, glared liko a fiend in father's Forestu Ileid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; face for a moment, struck tho match J. II. Colliei, Lincoln; on his side, just the way the old man J. W. Ha) den, Stanford; had taught him, and then deliberately S. II. II ugh man,! Lincoln; sot flro to tho straw on which ray father J. S. Ilockcr, Stanford; lay helpless. With one more fiendish W. A.Trlbble.Staalord; glaro at my father Jchosaphat fled M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford; from tho cabin. K. L. Tanner,;McKinney; "Imaglno my father's feelings lying M.J. Miller, Ml. Vernon.Ky there unablo to move, and that fire . S. Hocker, President; creeping slowly toward him! Ho saw Jco. KMcRoberts, Cashier; no escape from a horrlblo death. But AA. M c Kinney, AriL Cashier ltnow Prudence, tho blowing ho didn't adder. That loving snako woke from a, nap in her corner, and soon saw tho Co awful danger my father was in. Sho dnshed over to tho burning straw, flatSTANFORD. KY., in tho woods for a hid. will be well car.d for. Myers llous. Stable, Stanford, Ky. S; cooR- WIRE and SLAT FENCE Madeof Oak'Pickets, the cheapest and best fence in the market. govsrn-msntan- d SPRING AND SUMMKR. Somothing,to Beautify the Ladies. New Hats, flewer and lacesl We give the assurance to the trade that they wit. find in our establishment the same excluilveness In style of psrterns, hat and bonneta and all the leallng novelties in Millinery for which w. are known throughout the country. trimmer ror the seaI hae secured a son. Thanking you lor past fasors, we respect fullr solicit your pitron.ee herrtorore- so literally Ml I). DOnORRARKATL DUDDERAR, Manager. first-cla- ss IRON AND STEEL; .ROOFING Mill work "-"g- at City Price. - Dally openlmng. . The Myers House, P.W. GnEEN. Proprietor. Stanford, : : : Kontucky. "is TO THE CITIZE2TS Special Of Lincoln County. The New, I am etill running this n Hotel aad will continue to give my guests the politest atten well as tho best the ruaikst aflurds. Attention to the Traveling Public. Lancaster Planing Lancaster, Ky., Mill, THE F. lliLEY HOUSE D. RILEY, Proprlotor, Farmers BanMTrnst OF Is now n full operation, and Invite the attention I have moved to my new Hotel and act better ot the builders of Lincoln county to its material, Note superior workmanship and low prices. Brcpared than ever to accommodate the public, attached, and .very convenience d sired. Give -i call. London. r- - - Kontucky. tened out her head, and with ono puff blow out tho blaze." us SOME OF OUR PRICES: - 77 i RANK RILXY, "Sinnemahoue!" exclaimed tho man in the red, blue, pink, yellow, green and purple mackiuaw jacket, "lot mo tell yo sumpln'i That blowln' adder mowt a blowed out that blaze, but there ain't no blowln' addor, nor sweep-in- 1 gale, nor howlln' cyclone that kin over blow out the blaze you'll git into ono o' these days, nn' when ye git there, jist remember that I told yo so!" N. Y. Sun. DM Ho Sharo or Slinko It? In a discussion on tho factory bill, ono member, according to a report In ono of the provincial papers, urged Its acceptance on tho house, in order to put a stop to the practice of "shaving factory boj--s to death." During tho last parliament Mr. Gladstone indulged ono evening in somo genial bantering of Lord Hartington, nnd tho following " " reasoned, 'has somo purpose In view. appeared in ono of the provincial reDINING CAR SLEEPING AHD ports of tho speech: "Such Is the modLet us sco what it may be.' YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE SEE THAT "I soon saw. Growing near the fiat esty of my noblo friend that he shaves stone over the spring was a currant bis head. But I must insist upon placHORFOLKfgWESTERN RAILRCAI bush. With great deliberation tho ing upon his head tho crown which ho CHEAPEST, BEST AWO QUICKEST LINE. crippled grasshopper took ono end of Ir entitled to wear." A reference to DescriptW my leader In its mouth and hobbled the report published In tho London Write tor Rates, Mans, iwr&let. to any Station Agent, or to round and round the bush, winding, as Journal shows that Lord Hartington M.r. aiuoo, I eould see, the leader about It, The did not shave his head, but only shook ALLCN HULL, w. a. svilu aft, TrT.Hi ro. a bi.. Magazine. xeuoicTa. artificial grasshopper had been hauled It Macmillan's wiKeu,ra. T, Paid up Capital of Surplus, . Perfectly clear poplar or yellnw pine flooring at hundred. Sapei hundred. As low as Ji jo perboarding- at Perfectly clear yellow poplat weather As low as $i 30 per hundred. 2L000. Si.co per bundled.thicknesses o! Ceiling in yellow Allpatteras and Has more nice Furniture than wa ever In as pine, poplar, chettuut and ash, as low low f s per More pretty Buggies, Surreys and SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONA1 as hundred. Double dressed lumberfinishing tu fa per Phaetons. Moiecood Cultlvaturs, Wagons, STANFORD, lumber, BANK OK hundred. Beautitul vellow pine giving us you. and more nice Harness, Bridles, Whips and Plows moro quartor oak, Ac. Save money by Binder 7 win than wa ever seen here. He inNew closing up) with the sanit assets and undsi vites the public to call and see hi stock and eel tbe same management. E LANCASTER PLANING MILL prices. By provisions of its chaiter, depositors are ai r fully protected as aio depositor in Nation, Banks, its shareholder being held individuoUi M. S. IlAVGIIlUN. stock J. W, llAUGIUIAN luolc to the extent ol the amount ol their to to therein at the psr value thereol, w addition 'THE HEALING WATERS" STILL FLOW amount invested in such shates. It may act ai PROM OLD executor, administrator, trustee, ftc, as fully an individual. to nt To thoe who entrusted their cuisines mormah-oR. t Milinn, If.nk Ot me wane maagiuj; .L- - r ,,, Stanford, we wo here tender our many thanks, an! their bunnos! trust tbey will continue to transact prompt attenwith us, oflcring as guarantee for Since their discovery mere than a century ago, tion to same, our twenty years experience l accommodations as re coa these famous Springs have given r.ealth and plea, banking and as liberal iro to a mighty army ol Invalid, and Tourists - sitteot with sound banking. from all parts ot the world. The Spnugs are Uncwfullyjoiganired and ready lor business wilt - - $200,000 D. S. CARPENTER, Hustonvlllo, Ky., 1 Hus-tonvll- le. """"'t 73-e- Lnfa' M.S.&J.W.Baurjhman, inln .,.... Crab Orchard Springs. LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, Stanford, Kontucky. as AND J J. """ " Time-Tabl- f,,-"BU- r"rr If give u call. Williams, ML Vernon; Now Open for Reception of Guests. first-cl- you need livery willleave a our Nothing but turnout stable. . H. Shanks, Stanford; " Bowling, Billiards, Dancing. Driving, for rates. In our Boating, Wishing, Outdoor Game, Good Mu.lc, New J. S. Owsley, Stanlerd; HARNESS SHOP S J. Etnbry, Stanford; Xivery, An Excellent Cuisine, J. B. Owsley, Stanford; And all that go to raak your visit enjoyable. Harness, Bridles, Have your repairing done J, F. Cash, Stanford; our man, he understandtlil. business. We haveby Gooch, Stanford; William " mechanic in our A. W. Carpenter, MlllcJgevIIU, Board and Room, 18 to $15 per week. Special I lie W. II. Cummins, Preacher BLACKSMITH SHOP. Rate to Ksmilie and Societies. S. H. Shanks, President, For further Information apply to Wlllguaranteenrjt.class work and; satisfactory OTJ3 HOFMANN, Prop., Dr. J. B. Owsley, Cashier, Crab Orchard, Ky price, Tiy our hoi thoer. y W.M. Bright, Tele DinacTont: " TERMS MODERATE. 11jndIF!ortmntor -- - W--- .. . ttU4fA! 1 'TsV"!